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Alie a flae Has at FURS at atefcrate ericca. FaraRepairce'. Masonic Temple R. A. FIEQEL, Mgr. LLLU STATE BOARD OF HEALTH'S ADVICE. Tbo new government law, ns every body knows, does not provide for tliu Inspection of ?ueut oonRumed In Chicago and Illinois. Tbe stntugo npatliy of tho Chicago authorities hi tho. inntter of Keef Trust violation of tho law, Is nioUHlntt the attcntlou of the entire country. Tlio Hooding of Chicago anil the Statu of Illinois with lumpy Jaw, tuler cular and cancerous beef Is causing widespread ludlgiiatlon. Tho Illinois Stnto Hoard of Health Issued a strong circular containing roe ommcndutloiw to municipalities con cerning tho supervision nud Inspection of slaughter Itouscs, packing houses, otc. Tho following estraets show Iww hard tliu circular hits tho city govern incut of Chicago: Tho Illinois Stnto ltourd of Health, by sjteclal resolution, adopted at u reg ular ineeting, held In Chicago Juno 20 and til, 11)00, urgently recommends to tho mayors and councils of all cities and the presidents nud boards of trus tees of all villages, and to nil other health olllclnls In nil parts of tho State, The D. & B. Line Steamer! leave Detroit weekdays ut 5 1 (HI p.m., Sundays. nt 4 1 Oil 11, m. (central time) and from lluffalo (Lilly at 5 1 30 p.m. (eastern time) JC, rcachlnir their (test Inat if n 1 lie next '? morninir, Direct connections with early Lowest rates nnd superior service to New York, Boston, Philadelphia, Atlantic City,all points cast. ,,, Popular week end excursions to U Hutialo and Nia:;ani lulls, leave ill Detroit every Saturday, ,"'. RAIL TICKETS AVAILABLE ON STEAMERS LiiV,' All cU- 1 1 Ui.ui icM irjiIinsiU MirLlcw Ci rural. 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QUINLAN, The Father of Edgewater. the enactment and enforcement of ordi nances providing for the supervision and tho regular and systematic Inspec tion of all slaughter houses, imcklng houses, storage house, markets, cel lars and all other establishments used for tho preparation, manufacture, stor age or sulu of food Intended for hutuan consumption. "The health of tho people Is largely dependent upon the purity, quality and cleanliness of their food nnd these may W controlled and guaranteed to the KMplo only through the conscien tious efforts of health olllclnls acting under the lowers conferred upon them by the statutes. "The people of each municipality have tho right to cNtoct that the olll clnls whom they havo entrusted with the enforcement of the law, wlH give them every possible protection provided by the law, and the statutes of the State of Illinois are so liberal In their construction as to glvo to tliu munici pality full iower to control all of those things which may In any way effect the health of tho jicople. "Under the provisions of nn act to 5 i t.'atns. Chicago, III. provide for the Incorporation of cities anil villages, approved April 10, 1872, (Itevlsed Statutes, Chapter 24, Section (12), tho councils In cities nnd tho presi dent nud the board of trustees In vil lages are emitowered to regulate tho sale of meat,' poultry. hvh. butter, cheese, lard, vegetables and nil other provisions; to regulate tho sale of bread and to prcscrltto Its quality; to provide for the Inspection of nil arti cles of food; to decVtre what shall con stitttto a nuisance and to nbate same and to Hue till who ermlt nuisances to exist; to npiwlnt n board of health and prescribe Its jiowers and duties; TO DO AM, ACl'S AND MAKIJ ALL 1UX1ULATIONS TO l'UOMOTK IIKALTII OU TO IMIKVKNT DIS- DASH; to direct location and regulate the management and construction of pitching houses either within tho limits of the corporation or within one mile from Its boundaries; to couih1 the owner of any grocery or any unwhole Homo or nauseous place to cleanse and nbate or remove same and to regulate Its location. Under the provisions of the same law, municipalities are em powered to Impose lines, not exceeding (Mi for each olYenso, or Imprisonment, jiot exceeding six months, lor tho viola tion of any of Its ordinances," "Aside from the sikjcUIc provisions of the law, quoted above, the one pro vUlou, empowering the municipality TO DO ALL ACTS AND MAKE ALL Ur.OIJLATIOXS TO l'HOMQTE IIi:.LTII AND PREVENT DISEASE,' gives umplo authority for the local olll clnls to uudcrtako tho suiiervlsiou and systematic Inspection of those places In which food for human consumption Is either prepared, manufactured, stored or offered for sale. However, the specific provisions of the statutes remove nil doubt ns to tho limits to which tho municipality may go In tho protection of tho health of tho people." "Animal food Is particularly sttseei tlblo to bacterial action nnd to decom position which Is hastened by killing nud handling In filthy slaughter houses or by Improper refrigeration and stor age." "MEAT 1'ltOM DISEASED ANI MALS. TOO FREQUENTLY SLAUGH TERED l'OR HUMAN FOOD, MAY HE PRODUCTIVE OF WIDESPREAD DISEASE AMONU THOSE WHO CONSUME IT." "The oft repeated statement that cooking will remove tho poisonous prot oi ties of spoiled meat 1s not to be ro lled upon." "In view of theso facts, It Is tho duty of the health olllclnls of all municipali ties to establish such Kiijicrvlslou uud lnsK'ctlon ns will render Imposslblo thu mitluteuauce of unsanitary slaughter houses and packing houses, tho killing of diseased aulmals or tho salo of meats nud other foods which, by tliolr oilglual character, or changes which havo taken place In them, are unfit for human consumption." "Tho presence of a slok or diseased animal in n slaughter houso should place tho establishment under suspicion ns ono which such animals are slaughtered for human consumption. Any unsound meat or carcass found In a slaughter house or In a market should be assumed as being tkast Cor sale," NEWS FROM ILLINOIS. i 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. RICH WOMI2N AID BSCAPBk Wi.Ma.ln Mother Maes from llonpl tal at Hockford In Auto. Aided by prominent clubwomen, Mrs. Ruby Clsrk, who lind been hold to the grand Jury by a coroner's Jnry In Rock ford on a charge of Infanticide, hai es caped from tho nuthorltlc-. She wfilktd out of the Rock ford hoKpttnl, made a wild dflh to the depot In nn nutomohll known to belong to ose of the wealthiest women of tliu city, nnd catieht n train for WIconln. Mri. Clark cntne to Rockford about three nionlln oro nnd centred em ployment In the home of Mr. nnd Mrs. I). W, Patterson, wealthy residents. She told Mrs. Pntter.on that a domestic dls Agreement had Induced her to leave her home In Mndtaou, Wis., where hc bad a bmband nnd two on. About nix weeks ago Mrs. Clnrk wns taken 111, but re fused to nllow a pliYlcliin to be called. She rnnhlly grew worse, however, and finally, when she was at the point of death, after lying unattended for two days, a doctor was en I led. He discovered that she bad slvon birth to n child, but no trace of the child could bs found. A renrch of the room wns made, snd flnnl ly, In n trunk, twins were found. One, a boy, was Mill nllve, but the other, girl, wns dead. The child which still lives was deserted by tho mother In her flight. TIIREB KIM,t-.l II V EXPLOSIO.X. Car of tlrnamltr n Middle of I.oaa Freight Train lUiium tip. Three men are dead nnd ten seriously Injured ns the result of n spectacular freight wreck on the Chicago, Indiana nud Southern road tinlf n tulle west of Reddlck. The freight train, made up of fifteen care containing oil, nnphthn, var nish, pnlnt, dynamite, Iron, lead pipe and meat, was derailed opposite the switch tower at the junction of the Wnbnah nnd C, I. & 8. roads. A hot box under nn oil tank car was the cause of tbe wreck. The oil immediately caught fire nnd the bias, attracted nearby farmers nnd resi dents of Reddlck, who flocked to the wreck. Nearly a score of those living nearest to the junction had reached the wreck and were standing about when a car laden with dynamite was reached by the flame, and exploded. The explosion scattered a car of iron piping like, chaff. Nearly every one stnndlns about the wreck was grated or struck by Hying Iron. Fred Happing, a barber of Reddlck, who had run over to see the wreck, wns killed Instantly, a niece of nlnlna nlmost sever ing his head. The other two killed were1! tramps. They had turn -Injured In the wreck, nnd tho oxplolou scattered frag ments of their bodies over the fields. tll.OCK SAI.AUV HAISU. Meutriinnt ftuvrrnor Says Crrmah Hill Wiin ."Vol Iti-uiilurlr 1'imseil. The Cerinnk Hilary hill, Incrcnslm; tho stipends of members of the (Jencral As sembly from $I,(KK) to $2,000 n session, was killed by Lieut, (iov, Sheruinn. As presiding olllcer of tho Senate, he refused to sign the cnKi'oHcd copy of the mens uro when, It came to him, and M'nt a meencu to (iov. Deacon stntluK that his fiction was based on tho fact that the bill was not regularly parsed, 'litis means that thu bill will never reach tho (iov crnor for approval or oto. The flaw In the career of the bill was ono of the re sults of the turmoil nnd confusion that attended the flnnl ruh to pass laws dur ing the hut hours of tho sislou. The hill wns passed by the House nnd was amended by tho Senate. The House re fused to concur In the amendments nud the bill wns sent hack to thu upper branch, which receded from Its amend ment on a iva voce votu Instead of on a roll call. uiioi's di:au iiusiuu COIT1N. Attorney I'nulilu to Stuud Strain of Itelnllvtt'M lieu III, S. It. Putnam, an attorney of Mount Carmel, fell dead under peculiar circum stances, A few days au'o Mrs. Katherluo Retsignll, a relative who made her home with Mr. Putnam's family, was found tin coiikcious from a paralytic Mroko nnd died soon after. Tho funeral was held the other mornini; fioiu the residence. As tho body wns being carried out Mr. Put nam, who had Just reached tho pavement, stasKcrcd and fell and died In a few mo ments. The uervous strain catibed heart failure. i:xn suit roil imiikvi's uhtati:. Itelullvt'N lli'iicli See ret Aurt-emvnl After Trial lit lliick Isliiml, Relatives who havo been tluhtlns over tho $1."(,()00 ohtntn of tho Into Father Thomas Mnckin of Rock Island have reached nn nureemeut. The terms nro un known, but the beneficiaries under tho will lime paid the eots. Tho case, which occupied ten weeks in trial In tho Cir cuit Court there, wn-. decided In favor of the cuntoMants, hut tho verdict was set aside by Judge Oivt. You n k Wnniiui 1'iills In Well. MUs Mary Calvin, daughter of Cap tain J, O. Calvin of Fairfield, in drawing water from n cUtern that had a loose curbing, was plunged Into water ten feet deep. Her father, who was nearby, heard her cries and rescued his daughter. Tuke Suspect In n liuttle. With Ids body hearing fifty-two wounds, received in a buttle with three policemen nud two deputy sheriffs, tho Mount Carmel police nrc holding an un identified man, who claims to have for gotten his uunie. Ho Is suspected of murdering a New Harmon luuu in his home Monday night. Haunt Convicted at Peoria. Daniel F. Rnum of the Peoria county bar and a society lender, was found guil ty In the Circuit Court of tho forgery of notes and deeds aKiiiegatlug $12,000, The defense was insanity, and alienists were aUt4uu both flda Btata Nawa la Brief. The first annual meeting of the SI. Bede's Alumni Avoclntlou of St. Bcdo's coltege of Peru, was held with 100 mem bers present. The Supreme Court met In Springfield for the Juno term nnd elected Judge John 11. Hand of Cambridge Chief Juitlce for the ensuing jcu-- While plnlng tnx In Mount Sterling, Cnrrle, the "-j ear-old daughter of Mr. snd Mrs. Joseph Ebbing, stepped on a Ioojo hoard which flew up, striking her on tho fort'liend. A nnll penetrated her ktill, catvdiiK death. Grace Dillon, an l.H-jcnr-old Cham paign hlsh chuo1 student, wns electro cuted by standing on a regNtpr and touch ing nn lnenndcM.eiil lamp. She wns killed Instantly. An lnetlatlon of the wiring will he mnde by experts. Dr. Charles E. Martin of Scwnrd went violently Iiiiiup nud was taken to n sani tarium nt Roikford for treatment. Over work and worry are said to bo the cause of his collapse, lie was formerly nn Illinois State Representative. At a special election held in Mollne tbo (nloon hlith licence question carried with n majority of (ISO. The election wns In the nature of n referendum to Instruct tho Council which has considered raising the llcen.e from $500 to (1,000. C. L. Prltchnrd, n pioneer resident of Aurora, dropped dend of henrt disease at Ashland, Ohlo,.wh!le returning from n business trip to New York. Mr. Prltch ard was the orlulnntor of the C. L. Prltchnrd Company operation bnuk check system. S. C. Gordon, nged 2., son of wealthy parents at Townuda and a sonlor nt Illinois Weslejnn university, wns found dead in a corn crib near Piper City. Ha had committed suicide by inking poison. lie had been calling on a young woman at Piper City. Rather thnn face an operation for can cer, which the physician, declared be necessary In order to save his Ufa, William Allen, 75 yenrs of age, a promi nent resident of IJrbann, shot himself through the head nt the Skin and Cancer hospital In St. Louis. Herbert Spring, a former resident of Milwaukee, but of FrceiKirt for' tbe pat three years, Is alleged to have murdered Mrs. Charles Kummclhadcn at Hockford while Intoxicated. He had no motive whatever for the crime. He lis been held for trial without ball. The State board of education refused to accept the rcslBimtlon of Its chairman, E. A. (instmun of Decatur, and ho was re-elected. Tho salary of President Da vid Feliuley of tho Stale Normal univer sity was Increased to !?I,.'SMI, nnd slight changes were made In tho faculty. Helen Dlxou of Hlooiulnglou will not go to the penitent inry. Mio wns taken Into court Just before adjournment nnd, nfter a discission of her cne. States Attorney W. R. ltach requested the court to set aside the previous sentence to tho penlteutiiiiy for embezzlement of the Sec ond Christian church oican funds. The Wlgidns Perry Company nnd East St. Louis Conucctliu Railroad Company and the llaltlmore and Ohio Southwestern Railroad Company each pleaded Kullty In tho Fulled States Circuit Court In Sprinslltdd to two chnrxes of violating tho interstate conuuerco law by having defective couplings on cars, and were each lined !?N,K nud costs on each count. On a charge- of conspiracy to restrain trade, A. II. Wliicsinr, a bridge contrac tor of Madison, Wis,, wns found Kiillty nnd lined In 1'iveport on thrco counts In sums of JfliiMi, SUM) nnd ..',( I. With him In tho combine weie William II. Shine nnd Homer Shines of llclvldcrc, Tho first tiained was lined !l,000 ou each ol four counts ou a similar charge. Homer Shins was convicted on three counts nnd paid $U00 in the ngmesate. It Henry Punch wishes to make up with his wife nnd family ho must follow the Instructions laid out by his father-in-law, John Holmes according to tho court's decision. Munch must attend church every Sunday, woik In a first class barber shop, that being his trade, and must havo a recouunejidntlon from tho milliliter that he Is trying to he a man. Hunch was lined $-') nud routs by Judge .SptluKhtriiu in Puna, nnd he wns released under the above condition, Ills wife commenced suit for dlvorct, but proceedings have been slopped diw lug IIuucIi'h parole. Attorney (ieiieral Stead, In nn opinion recelted the other day, expresses the view that the Western Fulled (Lis nud Electric Company, a combination formed In UIO.'i to take over the gas plants of Jollct, Au rora nud a number of other cities In northern Illinois, is a couibluntlnn In vio lation of trust laws of Illinois, In ac cordance with this ndvlce and under In structions of tho .lellet city council, Slate's Attorney llelsc Is preparing to bring suit to have the corporal Ion dis solved. Tho Attowipy (ieueial holds that tho law of IS'.iT penults tho consolidation of gas companies within one city only, nnd not those of dilVeieiit cities. Tho Western Pulled ias Company Is capital ized nt $U,n00,iNKl, willi u bond Issue of like amount. Col. Copely of Aurora Is the head of the (oiieein. He says the best lawyers In tho Stnto have passed upon tho consolidation nud that tho courts will hold that it Is legal, Louis Hurt, nged ."S years, was caught by a heavy fall of coal while undermin ing at Pcnwcll coal mine in Paun, nnd Instantly killed. He leaves a widow and live childicn. Thomas Williams of Patlon, whllo on the Indiana side of tho Wabash ilvcr, was dragged from his buggy, beaten Into in sensibility nnd robbed of 7.". It is fear ed he will die. In a fire which destroyed tho olllco of the Farmers' Elevator Company at Fnlr land. Frank II. Wright, manager of tho elevator, was burned to death, His homo was In Arthur. The cause of tbe Ore to MAkDOWB. L -i. ..