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THB3 OHIOAGO HJLGHjH.. "i - -,', fm ,-'!.lf' .' CHAS. E. NEWTON Th Wtll-Known Hnttor 9 ' NEWS FROM ILLINOIS. Items from All Over the State of Matters of Interest to Our Readers. Happenings of the Week from Cairo to Chicago Carefully Compiled for Busy Men. MUST DI9UUIIUU 1131,000. Ilinmr Cnnrl Halm Farmer Trea rtra Mont (live tip lltmal V. Dy n ilecMon of tlit Slnte Supreme Court the cx-Htn(e trrnnrern ntitl audi tors of Illinois lnce 18T2 nro held lia ble for 321.00l MeRtilly tnken from tht .treasury. HeMltutloii of this mtm will kave to be mmle, nltliougli It mny requlr additional nulla to compel It. i lly Dili declnlon Oov. Dcnivn I upheld In hit contention thnt the fonner oflirlnU ol the Stntp Imd boon npproprlntlnit tin public money unlawfully, although tin court doco not bo to the. full extent to which he charged the tremitroM were lia ble. While holding that they must re turn the actual amounts which wew drawn from the treasury Illegally, the de cision does not force the return of Inter est on this money. If the Governor had been upheld In hi entire contention the former olllclals would have been obliged to make restitution to the tuno of $021, 488. The coiirt'M dechdon holds that they are accountable for Interest oidy from the time the demand for tho return of tha money wan made by tho State, which was about n year ago, and not for tho entire period. ciiicaoo at. o. doom no. npremn Court KiinrUn Vision ol ltnUlii Sinner '" -' llMlne" The Supreme Cunt of Illinois has ad ministered what will be, generally regard ed as n death blow to municipal owner ship of Mreet car lines In Chicago. There are contingencies under which municipal ownership Is yet possible, but the time when they could be worked out Is re mote. 'Hie decision was the long-awaited word lu the case which challenged the legality of the (T.'.OOD.OOO worth of Muel ler law certlllcateM which tho Dunne fac tion desired to Issue. The Supremo Court decided ngalnst the certificate. In doing so It practical)' mado the law Itself In operative. Tho Mueller law still stands Intact, but the means of putting It Into effect, so far as Chicago Is concerned, have been taken away from It. The city may own and operate street car lines if It ever shall want to. but the method of getting tho money with which to buy, or build them has been taken away from It. Til It HAT TO KIM, III2TORMHR. Warnlnir la Iterclvcrt y Converted Hnloonkveiier of I.ttcliHeltl. "If saloons nro voted out of Litchfield we will burn your home and take your life." Such was the substance of u mes sage received by J. K. Toany, the reform ed saloonkeeper, In nn anonymous letter. It was largely through Teany's Intluenco that temperanco won In I.ltchfleld by lfiO Toles. Teany recently became converted In n revival meeting, when his daughter Tccclved the ordinance of Imptlsm. Later ho poured SIMM) worth of liquor Into tho street, absolutely renouncing the business. Ills conscience burned with tho thought of his responsibility for tho lives of sev eral of his customers who had committed sulcldo while drunk. Teany was at one tlmo n member of tho Liquor Dealers' As sociation nnd sovernl years ago mado n forceful speech against moral Interests. He now admits that tha address was mado up chiefly of falsehoods. YET QUIT DIIY GOODS BOXES, Oil Soldier at Anient Mart Inter mat Ion llurenu. ' Tho old soldiers of Argcnta and somo of tho older eltlstens have rented a build ing and havo opened n "bureau of Infor mation." Anyono wishing to know the news nnd to havo a dllfllcult question an swered may call and will bo given tho information desired. A justice of tho peaco has been established In tho oflico and will dispense justlco nnd answer legal questions. No swearing, drinking or gam bling will bo permitted in tho room. The turiOKQ Is to have, a placo of meeting instead of "on dry goods boxes ut tho store." On warm d.iyx tho men drluk lemonade and pitch 'horseshoes. KILLED FOH WOIIKINO. Edward Kno, of Clilcnico, Murdered for IlefiiMlnw to Strike, Jlccauso he refused to join in n strike of his fellow laborers Hdward V. l-'ngo, a car cleaner employed by tho Chicago and Northwestern Company, was mur dered by his associates In Chicago. Tho pollco arrested 1'aul Majka, ,HU Cor nelia street, and they are searching for Henry Wotka nnd Joseph Mnlka, all of whom, it is claimed, nro implicated In the assault on Togo which resulted in his death. Tho murder, It Is claimed, was most cold-blooded nnd brutal, ' liADOR LUADLiU .M.l ' HE SUICIDE. Clothes of WelMinnwit OrKinlsur Found nn OIiIo'n llnuk nt Cnlro. A coat and vct belonging to I1. II, Btrowhun, a general organizer for tho American Federation of Labor, whoso homo Is ut Murphysboro, were found on tho Mississippi river bank below tho Halllday hotel in Cairo. Btrowhun Is well known lu labor union circles over the country. Search Is being Instituted for him. Tho belief predominates gen erally that while delirious ho jumped into tho rher, ILLINOISAN'S AHT WOIIKH SOLD, Collodion of Mrs, A, N, Kemlnll of Lemollli, HrliiKs 1 1,000. Thero was hplrlled bidding In tho American 'Art Galleries in Now York when Jlio prlvato collection of modern Dutch "paintings of Mrs. Anna N. Kendall of Lemolllo was sold, Tho wilo brought f-H,0:t!. Tho actual buyers, so deter mined were the contestants, numbered not moro than half a dozen names. Among these was that of C. K. O. DII , lings, a wealthy borso owner, yachtsman and art connoisseur, who bought Ifttea ut of Uw twenty-nine works,, , L'fi'f State News In Brief. Edward Mnrtin, n,fnrim-r living east ol Norrls City, died of blood poisoning. Jesse Moore, n jouth of II), shot and killed Charles I'ry lu Mattoon, In a quar rel. The town of Lena had another Are tht other day. The town hall, valued at 8, 000, wan burned. A ,iO,000 lire occur red there a few weeks ago. It. O. Wlggs was killed In a runawaj accident near Denton. He was comlnj to town In his buggy when his horse took fright at a house being moved. The Supreme Court has appointed Charles L. llartlett of Qulncy a membct of the board of law examiners to succeed N. V. llrhnson of Petersburg, deceased J. A. McCriery, who pledged himself thnt If elected Major lin would serve for W) cents n year, was defeated In tho elec tion In Mason City. Tho candidates for Aldermen who agreed It elected to serve for J." cents a year each were also de flated. Kev. A. L. Smith, the newly elected chairman of lite Jefferson county board of supervisors, established n new prece dent in that body when, after the organ ization of the board, he opened tho fur ther proceedings of tho meeting with prayer. "Ted" Allen, n Champaign resident, was shot nnd killed by Charley Mooro In nn election brawl nt lVsotum. Tho men quanelcd over tho llcene Issue. Mooro was n saloon adherent. lie pulled u re volver, It Is alleged, nnd Miot Allen. Thero wero threats of lynching. The unuunl meeting of the Central Illi nois Association of Congregational Churches held lu llloomlngton voted to Instruct representatives to tho national council next October to vote in favor of tho proposed union of tho Congregational, Methodist and United llrethren churclics. The will of the late George J. Schlcnck of llclvldcro provides n bequest for tho establishment of a perpetual trust fund, pnrt of tho Income of which will go to' the Salvation nrmy to aid Its work "among tho lowly and outcast In places of drunk enness nnd squalor." Mr. Schlcnck was a brewer. Morgan Park will not become a part of Chicago, for the present at least. My a vote of 421 In -'."VS citizens of tho suburb decided not, to accept the proKisltlon to bo annexed to Its big neighbor to tho north. The decision was largely based on the fear that Chicago would Impose tho licensing of saloons In Its southern suburb. William M. Klllott was Indicted by n special grand Jury In 1'eoria on two counts foe fcotlcitlng campaign subscrip tions from tho United States civil ser vice employes while on duty. The of fenso was committed In September, 1001, nnd would have been outlawed In Septem ber. Klllott pleaded guilty and wns lined $.10, tho minimum penalty for tho of fense. An unidentified young man committed suicide ou a Hurllugton train near Mon mouth by drinking carbolic acid. A note on tha body asked that Mho remains ho taken to Chicago: that "Identification was In a vest pocket," Tho Idcutillcajlon slip gives tho name of Paul llouvla, a sketch artist nnd cartoonist, No. 470 Itobey street, Chicago, and asks that Alleo HI Hot, No. 411 Jackson boulevard, bo noti fied. Tho description Is not that of tho deud man. As a result of ( the hotly contested elec tion In Marlon between tho nntl-satoon and tho citizens' Mlekets. Mayor-elect James II. Mitchell, II. II. Gopher and George II. Ooodall wero arrested on war rants charging electioneering within tho 100-foot limits, Mitchell Is cashier of tho First National hank nnd all tho oth ers nro stockholders in, tho Williamson County Savings bank. Tho anti-saloon committco Is making Investigations and tho election will lu all probability be con tested. Joseph Plersou nnd Stephen King, who wero rafting logs with Albert Welseman on tho Sangamon river at tho tlmo of his mysterious disappearance, havo been arrested and placed In tho jail nt Vir ginia for safo keeping until tho affair is cleared up. WciNcman was last seen on tho night of his supposed death going toward tho cabin boat occupied by tho gang. Ho bad from if 10 to $00 on his person. At diifk tho boat was capsized, Ills two companions escaping by swim ming ushore. Wclscmau's father had tho boat raised nnd blood stains wero dis covered on tho floor and walls, Mecauso ho walked Into his pulpit armed with n big gun nnd laid it beside Ills Uiblo while ho preached tho gospel to hungry souls. Hev. J. W. Dougherty. pastor of tlio Kion llaptlst church, a uesro congregation of Springfield, Is In jail on warrants sworn oufby oue of his brethren, who avers thnt his pastor threatened to shoot tho daylights out of anybody who Interfered with his minis trations. Tho Hev, Dougherty had been pastor for only n short tlmo when serious dissensions iiiomi over tho finances uuil spiritual welfare of tho congregation. A church war developed, many warrants wero sworn nut nnd at ono tlmo nearly all tho membership was in jail. Dough erty determined to preach or know tho reabon why. and a two weeks ago when ho stepped lito his pulpit he pulled from his back pocket with considerable osten tation a big revolver ami 'quietly laid It liesldo tho Hlbk'. The services that day wero not Interrupted. Tho Hwretary of Slate has Issued an incorporation llcetuo to I lie Cnrlylo nnd St. Louis Hallway Company. Tho com pany will construct an electrlu railroad from Cnrlylo to E.iht St, Louis. Will Sweeney was probably fatally In jured and his brother, To'ii, was wound ed by Dan Weaver, a saloonkeeper, In Yates City, Tjiey had demanded drinks, which be refused, nnd a fight followed. Gov. Dcneen has Issued a proclama tion ordering a special election to bo held Saturday, Juno 8, for Judge of the Su preme Court lu tho third judicial district to succeed Jacob W. Wilkin of DwvllU, deceased. ,' Talked i 'V '-j?M' Washington, D. C, Fob. 25. Thanks to the United Status Somite, tho bok trust will not ha required to pay tho cost of Inspection of Its products. Senator llcvorhlgo to-dny succeeded In securing tho ndoptlon of his amend ment providing that the date of iiiutiu faettiro must bo printed ou nil food products, but Warren of Wyoming raised a point of order Ntguitist the provision that tho packers, Instead of tho government, must pay tho inspec tor. Movcrldgo pointed out that everybody else, from tho Impoverished Immi grant to tho national bunk. pay the cost of Inspection; tho packer Is tho only ono for whom tho government pays It; doubtless, ho said, because tho packer Is'iso hard up. Tlio packer Iiiih ilono so Mindly that In tho Inst tweiity-flvo yearn four men In Chica go havo become worth over $200,000,- 000 out of tlio Industry. It would, nf course, suggested Mcvcfhlgc, bo unrea souablo to expect people hi such straits to pay for tho expense of their Inspec tion. Wnrrcn inndo a point of order against tho noverldgo amendment, and Movcrldgo nsked that It bo submitted to tho Semite. Spoouor nnd 1 lever lilgo had n sharp encounter on this point, Spooncr insisting thnt tho chair wits competent to dceldo It, nnd It would Isj discourteous to him for tho Senate to nsKumo tho responsibility. Vice President Fairbanks decided tin point against Movcrldgo, nnd sar castically invited nn nppcal by ids for mer colleague Tho Invitation wits not accepted. Tho agricultural appropriation bill, to which these iitncndinontH wero of fered, passed, following this discus sion. Tho forestry survleo won In tho long fight that hns been mado against It, getting n million dollar additional appropriation. Talk about government Inspection ! Wo take tlio following from tho Inst annual report of Dr. Charles J.Wbnlcn, Commissioner or Health of tho city of Chicago. The facts speak for' them selves. "At the Union Stock Yards during thn last five months of tho year, soven Inspectors (flvo of whom wero appoint ed in Novemlior) havo condemned nnd destroyed 2,704,038 pounds of meat, as, being unfit for food; nil of which would have been sold In the city of Chi cago, nnd for which the purchaser would have paid first-class prices." "From these figure It Is yt irint that inspection by the city of nil food products Is of nntold value, not only from a financial but from a sanitary and hyglonlc standpoint." "The following will sIkm how neces sary city InsiKX'tlon Is nt tlio Union Stock Yards: "The city mpat Inspectors havo con demned In the coolers mid on tho cut ting floors AFTER PASSING GOV ERNMENT INSPECTION: "125 cnttlo, cause, actinomycosis. "07 cattle, cause, emaciation. , "a I cattle, catiso, tuberculosis, ovl donco of disease liuvlug been trimmed nut. I 1ll i.nHIn nnnoA Mrtn-nnrfl "27 sheep, cause, pneumonia. "01 hogs, cause, pyuemlu and tubercu losis. "47,720 pounds of cut meats shipped from St. Louis, Omaha, etc., for can ning. This meat was sour and slimy." Thero wero no deaths from nppondl cltls recorded lu tho United $tatos census of 1800. Over 0,000 deaths from appendicitis were recorded ln the United States census of 1000, The njTjRK' s yjjH, lrfefissslsssssssssssssssssssssssssB! SBBBBBBBBVHsBE teKylial$& " .SBBBBfQHULBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB HVkwHm' JBHbILbbbbILbbB BSSSSSSSSBblliRiMr'tg?" ' rasSBBftSsBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBni slBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBaWdaBBBBBm.'BBBlaktet IbSISBBBHPBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBH tllBBBBlBBBBBBBrafllBBBBBBBBBkJHBf? BviBlBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBH HBBsMlBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBnV BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBsl ROSS C. HALL, Of, by Democrats, for Attorney Qoneral, r llecf Trust is responsible for this dis ease. Tho London Lancet says that boric acid used In preserving meat causes tho trouble. There Is more bad moat coming Into Chicago tlds year than ever before. Health Department reiort for tho week ending March 0, 11)07: Tho meat Inspectors at the Union Stockyards condemned mid destroyed -".Ml.ltJt pounds of foodstuffs. Total cotidemnnttons of unfit food stuffs for the week, IM'.VIS'J pounds. Total condemnations since tho first of the year, L'.7tKI,S5S pounds. For sumo period of 1000, l.V.'LVI." IKiunds. Increase this year, 1,."81,101 pounds, lit Ml per cent. Health Department report for Uw week ending March 2, 1007: Tho meat Inspectors nt the Union Sloelc YmiW condemned and dostroyisl 181.180 M)iimls of foodstuffs. Total eoudemnatiouM of unfit food stuffs for tho week, 22 1,2 IS' pound. Tola I condemnations since the first of tho year, 2,1111,17(1 pounds. For snnio period of 1000, 1,011,8,11 pounds. Increase this year, 1,422,040 pounds, 140,0 per cent. Health department report for tho week ending Feb. 2,'l, 1007, says: Tho incnt Inspectors at tho Union Stork Yards condemned nnd destroyed 205,271 pounds of meats. Total condemnations of unfit food stuffs for tho week 211,278 pounds. Total condemnations slnco tho first of the year 2,210.228 pounds. For sumo icrlod of 10001,100,420 pounds. Increase this year, 1,043,808 pound 80.48 ht cent. Health Department report for Febru ary 2, 1007, says: "Tho Inspectors nt tho Union Stock yards condemned and destroyed 200,020 pounds of foodstuffs. "Total condemnations of unfit food stuffs for tho week 320,504 immiuiIs. "Total condemnations slnco tho first week of tho year 1,514,005 pounds. "For similar period of 1000 1,3.H. 230 pirtiuds. Iucreaso this yenr, 180 735 pounds 13.5 per cent." Health Department report Feb. 0, 1007: Tho Inspectors at tho Union Stock Yards condemned nnd destroyed HIS, 423 pounds of foodstuffs. Total condemnations of unfit food stuffs for tho week, 205,001 pounds. Total condemmttlonsvRlnco tho first of Uio year, 1,720,02(1 pounds. For similar period of 1000, 803,(130 poundR. Increaso this year, 850,090 pounds 00.2 por cent. Health Department report Feb. 10, 1007: Tlio meat Inspectors at tho Union Stock Yards roudemnod nnd destroyed 208,275 pounds of foodstuffs. Total condemnations of unfit food stuffs for tho week. 218,334 pounds. Total condemnations (slnco tho first of tho year, 1,00S,050 pounds. For sumo period of 1000, 1,005,430 pounds. IiKToafco this year, 873,520 pounds 70.81 per cent. A hard blow was struck nt tho Meef Trust by a bill Introduced In tlio Stato Souato tho other day by Senutor Chaf fee, of Shclbyvlllc, providing for olll- Piles Cured In to 14 Dar. PA'O OINTMENTls guaranteed to euro any enso of Itching, Blind, Mleed Ing or Protruding Piles In 0 to J 1 days or money refunded. 50c. iS2i.iHi :JA:. r f clal State liipectlon of all slaughter Ing plants. This power under tho Cliaf- feo measure Is vested In tho board of llvo-strtck commissioners, who nro auth orized us often ns they deem necessary to Inspect nil slaughtering, meat-packing or rendering plant or plants or similar establishments. It Is made tho duty of the commis sioners to Inform themselves concern ing tho sanitary condition nf such plants and to prescribe rules and regu lations (f sanitation under which such establishments shall be maintained. A license Is required and (tenuities nro provided, violations being mado u mis demeanor, punishable by a lino of not less than $100, nor moro than $500, or a Jail sentence of not exceeding oue year or both. Tho bill authorizes tho appointment of live Inspectors to investigate the sanitary conditio,!! of slaughtering plants. Tho salary is fixed nt $1,200 a year. The measure was sent to tho committee ou Judicial department of practice. Tho Mccf Trust continues to spread tuberculosis, cancer and other diseases with Impuulty. Ono fact that escapes general atten tion is that the Intestines, blood, liv er, heart nnd lights (or lungs) of an nulmnl are already used before the carcass proper gets to tho Inspector. This Includes also what Is known ns the gut fats, oat of which lard, suet, table oils and various other things are mnde. As soon as n beef Is killed, it Is hung up by the heels and disembow eled. All of tho "Innards" nro hauled away. Even the blood Is received Into a receptacle nnd carried off to be made Into blood sausage, beef extract and the like. y The Intestines are carried to the sausugo rooms to bo used as casings. Tho stomach goes elsewhere to be used us tripe. Tho liver, lights, heart, etc.. find a ready market And, mind you, every bit of those portions of tho "crlttor" Hro used whether It Is suffering from cancer, tuberculosis, lumpy Jaw, or any other disease, Tho carcass after its "Innards" are removed Is swung along and carried to Hiiother placo where tho Inspectors pass usn It or pretend to puss upon It Dr. 0. J. Whalen, the otflclent Health Commissioner of Chicago, reported the condemnation of nearly four million jiouuds of meat during the four months ending December 30, 1005. Now 80 per cent of theeo 4,000,000 iMunds were fouud to bo mulcted with tiito rculosls. Every ounce of Hmmo 4,000,000 pounds belonged to tho main carcass and had passed government Inspection. What about the hearta, livers, lights, Intestines, fats, blood, trlpo and othor lusldo belongings of these tuberculosis cnttlo from which 4,000,000 jwunds of tuberculosis nud cancerous meat wero found nnd condemned? They wero sold to tho peoplo and eaten as food I Tho Cancer Trust and tho Tubercu losis Trust uro still doing business. Only One 'IIIIOMO QUIMNIV That is LAXATIVE IIROMO Quinine, Similarly named remedies souioUmoa deceive. Tho first and original Cold Tablot Is a WHITE PACKAGE with black and red lettering, and boars the signature of lfl. W. GllOVE. 80c. itCi.V ,MW'.vSii fyfAt to Ntw Locate at sW ''LIiiiiiWLIiiiiiK '.( W. vVssbbsbsbsbsbIbsbsbsbsHP' Vr-i; immmamr' Newton & Catlin, 607 Masonic Temple Capt. Anson's Home Plate Buffet FINEST BILLIARD AND POOL ROOM ' IN THE WORLD 135-141 E. Madison Street nhnMM ( Mnln 1389 Phoncs Alain 140 A. C. Clark & Co. Office Furnishings for Physicians and Dentists Corner Randolph St. & Michigan Av. Telephone, Central 2682 CHICAQO The Bergman Express and Storage Co. WHOLBaALB AND RETAIL OBALftRI IN COAL, WOOD AND COKE STORAGE Furniture Packing and Shipping Furniture and Piano Movers Wareheasa, 129 Liacola Avenue Telephone, PURE -PUREST M YOUR GROCER FOR THESE BR4M . ii NONE Tke J. G. Grant lit, 111, 114 VMt Lakt t,Mt, OHIOAUO; A H . , U J v ,iii. . (47 Mimic Teatft WktrabflCMatN jrM tke fctit Hit yea otf were far I2J. At alt exiMies art very lifht cemtartl with Ike stores oa lit first floor, he sells yea the hat they ask SJ.M, $3.59 and S4.M fer at $2.50 &r All sew stock aai latest styles. '' Call anil h .. vinced. Take Elevator to ilk Floor. Also a fiat Hat of FURS at Mtieratt rices. Furs Repaired. - R. A. F1EGEL, Mgr. Office, III Uactla A? North 301 . Alfc,itlB...ifii'li Mill aVi.J BETTER. Heal Coipy, m I i 3 il