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THE OHIOAGO EAGLE, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 6, 1907. TRUST HAS RAISED FOOD CITY HAU ITEMS. Niws of Municipal Administration Given Briefly and to the Point for Eagle Readers. "ffTTPWVsofVlT-W Tim.'&.Sill P 'WJSftP'Vt xtrff. r-3 tiH.,"; "!' '' f." "" '." ' NEWS OP THE WEEK Items from All Parts of the World Carefully Selected from the Press , Telegrams. A Weekly Digest of the Most Important Facts and Happenings for Busy Readers. UmM Information, Interesting Facte and Perional Goeiip Teriely Told by One. who Knows. water office examination called. 'J'lio Civil Sorvhv CninniMim lint called mi examination fur Superintend cut of the Water Olllcu to mim-ed II. O. Noutw, discharged, for Nov. ll. It In to bo mi original cxiiinlnntlon, mid nn.v IkmIj In Chicago with tho exception of Nourse. himself cmi tnko It. Acting Hu licriiitcndeiit Harper will probably not coiuiwte. WIIIImiii Haskell, fiirmurly Mipcrliitcndciit of thu Fifth Ward, ills charged by the Civil Service Commis sion In WOO for dishonesty, began no tion In the Circuit Court to lie restored to hlx position, lie iielltloned for n writ of HiMiiilmmiM. no mom: free space in county building. The County llonril bus put nil end to the lirnolloe of giving Individual, hi id linns free npnee In county buildings. Walton, Jnnics & Ford, oonrt ulenog vnphi'i'H, were ordered to remove their private telephone w.VKtein nntl the lunch counter on the ground Hour of tho Criminal Court building nlso was or dered to be removed. PETER 1. OLHKN. tsalntalno that widespread popularity 84 raaptct which is only gained by a etrong aa wall aa aa estimable par aoaallty. , HENRY SHERMAN BOrTGLL baa won the high reputation wiitcn he enjoys by bard work and honorable methods. JAMES B..HOPKJNH la a eapable maa of alalre, honorable la hit deallaga, aai ttallanat la at- toettoa It ait prttptttat hi EDWARD H. PKTKU8 It a asan of good attainments and ex cellent qualities, and therefor popu lar aa well aa successful. TOM N. DONNEU.T anrlabt and wue-liearted, he aahet friends and wins the esteem f all who become acquainted with hiss. ALBERT N. ROSENBOK Is n mnn whom to know lr to reelect Ho has an honored name lu the busi ness world. GEORGE A. BLE7.VNF.R It a competent una tuorougd man ot ffalra. Whatever he doaa be doea well and thoroughly. WILLIAM P. BLA'V" la all walka of lite baa beta stead fast to the old adaga, and proved lta trutbt "Honesty Is the beet poUcy." WILLIAM H. WKUMl It Uked by all wbo are acquainted with bla many excellent traits of char acter. WILLIAM LEONEH a capable man, combining energy with Intelligence, ha la Justly regarded and respected aa a valuable member of tat community. RUDOLPH BRAND bat alwaya beea reaty tt devote to the welfare of the community that bualnea ability and industry watch baa contributed to much to alt personal aucceaa. JAMES A. HOOAN aa alwaya bo rolled upoa to ho toyal to friend, true to principle aai falaV fwl to bla word, banco bla frieadt aai aimlrcca art legion. GEORGE W. PAULSJN the hlghett Meala of beaerable ettlsaaahlp and la true to them. There It at man la Chicago wbo ataaoa wga- at la p ebllc esteem. JOHN T. CONN-BY in an einlnein aegra tboat merits and qualities which go to make aa the tru Ohlcagoan. H la Mkod by tboat wbo know bla boat JOHN 8. GOOPKII as. aregreaalva, enterprising aai ladnt trtooa. eath gaoa art alwaya aart to atak a saeeeaa la llf. W"' BOM. B. A. CKHART a man ot true worth and' atoning la- togrity, U Justly regarded at oat ot Ohlcaae'a valued clUsena. JAMIS A. SA0KLHT. la a tyalaal , alacky, aai UvarlaMy winaifal very walk of Ufa. MAX BBMBHAhDT It Uked by everybody, haa m betag due to kla feaUl aui fm aw aefaawat aai ISi kaaetahto mK NEW QUARTERS roil smoke BU REAU. Quarters for the new oily department of smoke lupootloii hnve lieeiiMecurod on (he Keooud floor of the Iteaper block. liiH'ctor Bird win desirous of having the bureau located on the top of a sky scraper, so that the stacks of tho down town section would lie visible. It Is nocesnry to have tho department near the City Hall, and nt ho vacant upper stories could be located In the adjoin 1 1 IK blocks the department will con tinue Its present practice of sendlug deputy hisMvtorH to the tops of olllcu buildings to make tho observation. JOHN 11. JONES Is a tnnn of sound Judgment Be bat the knnck of easily making warm friends, and having made a friend, retaining bis friendship. JUDGE THEODORE BRENTANO stands well la th community aa aa upright and public-spirited dtlsee. His success In life la dus to bis atar Uag qualities of bead aud heart. CHARLES II. WACKftK baa proren by his successful career that brains, experience, awl Integrity form an Irresistible combination la any Uat of bnalneea. AUSTIN J. DOYLE maa of keen discernment; prompt f action, and persistent aa well aa honorable la method; la Invariably eeaafal. JOHN M. SMYTH. holds a foremost place In the front ranks of the best cltlrens In tbla com munity. SENATOR A. O. CLAnK, it Uked moat by tboat who know aim boat All who hare bad easiness re lations with bias are anlted la bearing teatlmony it tbla fact CLYDE A. MORRISON la tt good and true a clttssn at ovat called Chicago his borne. Bvery daty of clUaenablp baa alwaya beea faith fully discharged by him. PHILIP R7 BRAND makes friends and holds tlieui by fair tnd honorable business methods and square dealing with his fellow-cltlsena. HON. Z1NA R. CARO'Otl baa the esteem and good will of all who know blm and wbo are acquaint ed with bla many good qualities. JOSEPH A. O'DONNKLU hat aver been faithful to trleadt aa loyal to principle, a fact which ae counta for hit groat popularity aai the boat of friends who awoar by alas JAMES PEAHH hat well earned tho good will of the eoamualty which ho oajoya to taoh a largo extent THEODORA OHHKtl It aa considerate ot tbi rtghu of eth era aa he la Insistent upon the mala toaanco of bla own. Tbla la on of tho ,ef, alt great popularity. HOSE W. WELL3 la a man of aterllag quailtiee of bead ends heart; successful In all ala un dertaklnga. JAMES RBDDICK hat aa eavtaWt record ftr abselaU beaesty la all hit butlnttt ralatteae. active aupport and aympathy ftr all movements for the betterment of tat city and bla fellow-men and for all the qualltlat that go to make an tho Ideal cltUan. PETER FORTUNIS la ene of those nien wbtwe pledge It tantamount to performance, and wheal everybody likes and respects. EDWARD TILDBW la a man of brulua, ability and Integ rity, and la respected by everybody wbo enjoyt his acquaintance. ABBA N. 1UTB11MAN la a man ot aeund juagmeui, atragth ef purpoe and great activity. He haa aever failed la the parformaaee ef alt datlet la Ufa or the ef ala aadertoklaga. ARTHUR W. FOLTOM hat alwaya pat truth, aeaer aai yat before expediency! heaea the ea tees with which he to looked aaea by aH who know aha. boy a WD? ttoads well la the etttatatfoa aff hia fellow eltlteat u a aua wheat wati oaee ftrea m aever MNMa tm haa hever beea hatam fa r N a fatoai eg to itaart aj pstaatpsA PRANK WENTRit. aever neglected an opportunity to do good for hit fellow cltlaen, and In the course of bit career baa made thoa aaadt of loyal Meade. ADOLK BERGMAN baa earned the high regard of bla fel low cltlxena aa a man loyal to friends and faithful to principle. JOHN J. HEALT la a man of untarnished reputation and of commanding ability la the conduct of hie affairs. JOHN C. SPRY la a roan who luvurlutny wins and re tains the confidence and liking of all wbo have dealings with him. ADAM ORTSEIFEN all of tnose solid sad estima ble qualities which make the most use ful cltlaen. .ADAMS A. GOODRICH qbs a high conception ot ir dutlea ot good citizenship aud has alwaya Uvsd up to them. J. J. GERAGHTY haa made thorough performance of duty, fulfillment of all agrcementa with bla fellow men In the spirit and the letter and exact Justice In all thlnga the guiding principle of hi successful career. U. 8. SENATOR A. J. HOPKINS baa a splendid record fttf good cltuea-' ablp, personal Integrity and iret-claaa ability. JOHN P. HOPKINS haa aaraei by aa hoaeet, aarlfht afe. aha good will aai respect at the ea tire oeamaalty. FRANCIS STUYVE8ANT I'ftlftODY aulatalat la all affaire of aabllt aai private life tbe highest leeale at hea erable auabeoi. WILLIAM DAVIDSON la a maa wheal Chicago to freed to claim aa eae of lta typical elUaeaa. FRANK O. L0W1UN m la aa eealaent degree thai large ebare of popularity aai aabllt whleh la aaaeambiy hia. ABEL DAVIS enjoy a a widespread aud well-eat aed popularity. JOHN M. EWEN haa a flawless record a a cituen tad a typical Ohlcagoan. ALEXANDER H. RBTVLL la a typical cltlaen of Chicago, pro gressive and eaerg ettc, be la deserve ly tBcctaetfll r- vie atidertaklaae, JOHN B. OWTOM haa gained tacceaa by fore of chara tor, industry, Integrity aad ability. 'A. g, BIBBABU a atodel eitleea teed ataa'a part la every tor ejaa aaaeflt of the etty. ANDREW J. GRAHAM aaaa af weB halaaaal ibtelaUtbaaV htog asathtia aai lejartaaj hi the pe UlBllllliafft . 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BENJAMIN F. RIC1X0LX0N. baa the deaerved reputation ot being one of the most capable and reliable man of affairs in Chicago HON. FRHD W. UPK VM haa a high conception ot the dutlea of clUaenablp and Uvea up to It He la a man whom to know la to respect JOSEPH TIIEURKR Is n man in whose career Integrity and ability go hand In hand. CHARLES J. VOPICKA. haa built up a vtputattea la tbla city of which any man might .wall feel proud. WILLIAM 11. LYMAN la honornble and fair in all bla rela tione with bla fellow cltlsens, upright as be Is capable and straightforward. VIRGIL M. IMtANH Is a man of the highest rtuudtng la the community; upright and Just In all th affairs of life and Indefatigable In tbe performance of all the dutlea thereof. WILLIAM A. DOYLE haa never been known to undertake what be could not accomplish, nor fall to accomplish what be baa undertaken. CLAYTON E. CRAFT8 Just and fair in ah hts dealings, pos sesses tbe confidence and good will of all wbo know blm. JOHN P. SMULSKI baa bosta of friends who admire blm for bla many tnerlte and good quail- tie. ROGEUO. SULLIVAN baa the experience and the abnry to make a success of all hia undertak ing!. THEODORE a MAY Kit enjoy th esteem and reapeet ef all wbo admire tbe highest qaaUtlea ef good dUaenahlp, which la hia are rally exempuaea. JOHN V. OLARKI to a pabUfrtptrltti ctttooa waa to aa popular aa he h emuaraas f ala huiltatt partalto, a THOMAS N7JAMILg(N active, eeergotk, oatorprltlaff aai pah lltHtolritoi, hat Bade a aaeeeaa e aH ala andertaklnga, aai to raakai hp ceaimoa eeateat among oar very beet i LEO ERNST bat a Ine record fur probity etrictly hiaarahla awtaoda. Ha hat maa aimaslf mpectoi to every walk to hfe whleh h CHARLES M'GAVIN held an honored place among those who by bla ability, Industry and sound Judgment contribute to the growth and aaaulldlng of Chicago. P. C. IIALET a cltlaen whose recoru la one to he proud of, Is a man whose friend are myriad and whose nam command re- apect everywhere. george n. swirr bns the rcxicvt and good wlhhcs ot every one with whom ho comes lu con tact KICKUASTSCANI.AN Is bonent. able and upright In all rela tions of life. CHARLES E. NEWTON la citizen of excellent Bunding and faultless record. E. II. DLlli? through a busy ami care Hi I life hn earned the respect mid good will of tue.vutlre community. FRED L. WILB never fatten when once hi mind la made up aa to the right and the wrong of a question. H is alwaya on the right aide, regardleu of all other con alderatlons or consequenceo. A. W. MILLS' knows hew to wake frieadt aai to re tain them. He hi a sua for when aH who know alas have the hlghett re- CYRIL R. JANDVA la a Cbleagoau In the truest aeuae el tbe word. Progressive, public spirited and active, be possesses th beet at tribute of true citizenship. ARTHUR J08ETTI can refer wltb pride to a flne record aa well aa an honored name la tale community, PHILIP KNOPF t noted for bla excellent butt: abllltlee and bla faithful adherence to high Ideal of duty. THOMAS F. KEELEY la all relations of lire never deviates from those principles of straightfor wardness ind integrity which have won bin golden nplnlous everywhere. HARRY 11UBENB ean count bla personal frteada by the hundred, a fact due to bla many eetl msble characteristics and alt unchang ing, ven, temperament JOHN O. FETZKK I a man whose well-Wnown ability and public spirit places blm In th front rank of our most useful dtl GEORGE W. JACKSON la a maa of acknowledged ability, i Jadgmeat aai eosuaoa JAMBS J. OBA C kefeaga to that data el clUeeaa who aever know failure, aer allaw any eh atoataa to deter them hi a worthy ea- torprlat ALBERT H. PUTNEY to Blteaaat aai ajaHei ef obllttoff ui fatohfal to hia D. .T. I,.von, n nne-ntmed ciwcr ot t.aki'lde nxemic, Ch-ielaiid, iimilllled the other illicit for n Cnrnepio hero medal. Ho caved the life of n woman ulioe clothes were lumihiK ai Mm ran in the utreot. Then ln entered a liiirnlns dwell ing and carried nut llvo children vlio live wero Imperiled, 'i'lio phMrilnij of Mr. Miller, the liijmrd woman, rout 1dm hack Into the lilazln? Imllillii? for a pic ture of the woman'M father mid mother. When it was nil ocr. I.jmw wa MN tcrcd, hilt Mill able In aid in siilnlnliis tho Ilame. And he h.i only one arm. A Raollni Ktoxi' In i he apartment of Mr. TliomnM Miller exploded. 'I'lie woaian's clothes weie atnrateil with the oil ami (pilckly lnirned. I'earlnir a llslited koro- utile lamp, Mttlng on a table, would ex plode and add to tho lire, Mi". Miller picked It up. On the IhhtIi Mio fell aud HinaMied the lamp. Ity tills time Mio renembled a torch, and. lu n panic, ran Into the xtrcct. Mr. Lynns rlpiil the hitrnliis clothes froai her and took her Into his own resilience. Mr. Joseph Per ry, who occupies the adjoining apartment, ran Into the Mreet mti'MiiIiis that her five children wero in the burning houe. The smoke was dense, but I..ons ran Into the bedrooms and carried out the little ones. All wore taken care of by nelah hots after Lyons made I luce trips Into the burning houe. "Please nave the picture of father and mother," bessed Mrs. Mil ler, and despite protest from his neigh bor, Lyons ran back and brought out the picture. The lire department extinguish ed the blare. TEACHERS 00 ON STRIKE. Syracuse, Ohio, Fails to Pay 840 a Month, the Legal Minimum. The board of education of Syracuse, Meigs county, Ohio, reimrted t' State School CommlsMoncr Jones that tho teachers employed there are on strike. The law reiiilies that teacher. Mini I be paid not lo than $10 a mouth, but the board of education of Syracuse, having made it maximum school levy of 1'J mills, llmls itself unable to give more than !?-". Although the teachers accepted their po Mtlons witli this salary In sight, they now refuse to perform the work union tho baud pays the legal stipend. STRIVING FOR THE PENNANTS. Standing of Clubs in Principal Base Ball Leagues. NATIONAL LKAOUB. W. I- W. I- Chleapo ...10," 41! Brooklyn ...IW 80 PIttMiurg . ,NS .7.1 finclnnatl . .till S4 New York.. Si! IIS Boston ClI Sit PhllMelphla 78 .". St. Louis.... 10 t0 AMERICAN LKAaUn. W. L. W. I. Pctrolt ....00 Ml New York... OS 78 Phll'delplila SI fttSt. IOilis 117 81 Chicago ....SO O'.'lhHton M 8!) Cleveland ..81 tB Washington. 48 US Many Animals Perish In Wreck. The fouthdiound Texas limited train on the Frisco road collided with a freight two miles from Stanton, Mo., shortly be fore midnight mid about twenty person were injured, tlireo of whom may die. Tbe freight train wax loaded with cattle snd a large number of animals wero crushed to death. Both locomotives were demolished. - Wants 85,000 for Slandsr. Rev. Wllbert P. Ferguson, who recent ly withdrew from the Methodist Epis copal conference and from tbe ministry, following tho beginning of his trial before a church board in Lincoln. Neb., on the charge ot immorality, haa fried a damage suit for 925,000, charging slander, against prominent ministers and others. Defeat Hastens Death. Judge Frank II. Waters, a prominent Republican politician, died In Lincoln, Neb., of .stomach trouble. Since tho re cent primary election, at which ho was defeated for nomination for district Judge, ho had oeenied broken-hearted, and his friends believe the defeat hastened his death. Many Killed in Wreck. The entt-bouml fast patscugcr train on the Frisco load, known ns tho Meteor, left the track mid was overturned while speeding down a grade known as Dixon's Hill. 1110 miles west of St. Louis. The report Is that the wreck caught firo snd tbst many passengers perished. Senator Borah Acquitted, United States Senator Borah was ac quitted at BoUe, Idaho, of tho charge of conspiracy In connection with land frauds, and tho verdict was wildly cheer ed In tbe court room and lu the streets. Illinois Primary Law Void. The Illinois Supremo Court has decid ed tbe primary election law to be Illegal. Gov. Dcneen Is expected to call a special session ot tbe Legislature. Color Line In Cburob. A movement virtually to exclude ne groes from tbe Episcopal church, or to separate them from tho present organise tlon, has been started at the national con vention ot tbe church in Richmond, Va. terry Boat Ooea Sown. One white boy, Leslie Vernuille, 16, ol Oaksdale, and thirteen negroes were drowned by a ferryboat going down la' I Us Temblgbee river, near Jkeoj. Ala, ww" T !u ;!:.-. ;.ii m Ml AAA th stream full of rooky, sMtMb SHOT THROUGH A SEWER. New York Employe Falls Into Main and Sent Along to Harlem River. John Hoffman, ." jears old. an em ploje in the bureau of sewers, was drop ped Into a llu-foot sewer In Third ave nue, mar l'-'Sth street. In New York, by the hieaklng of a rope aud shot through the sewer to Its tciuilini at the Harlem rier and KIM stieei. That he came out allo I considered remarkable. With ev ral oilier employes llolTmau wa at work rcpahing tho main siwer. The men had almost llnlshed their labors when a ruin storm began. HulTmiiu was down In tho hole about four ftet nboe the swiftly (lowing water. Around his wuUt was u lope which was held by the men In tho stieet alioe. As the water poured Inlm the branches leading to the main pipe, the water rose, higher then. Then the ropn broke mid Hoffman fell into the water. Ills fellow wo'ikmui dashed up the inc line to Kltst stieet, while the sewer runt Into the Harlem river. Jnt as they remind the spot Huffman shot out into the river, lie landed mar a boathouse llo.it, swam to it and held on until ft IHillcemau and the woikmeii rescued hint. After being given dry clothes he went home. THUOS SLUG, MURDER, ROB. Felix Donaldson Found Near Rail road Tracks in Jollet and Dies. Slugged by thugs, robbed and left for dtnd lu a d.ij light attaik. 1'cllx Donald son, ."i0 years old, n wealthy Jollet, 111., man, was found near (lie Chicago and Alton Inuks. DonaiiNon died a few min utes after he wus taken to his home. M) story surrounds the murder. Donald son left his home early Sunday for a walk. After a ten-hour search by police and relatives lie was found lu the bushes near the railroad track. Just before hit death ho recovered consciousness, and when asked about the assault replied: "It wa.s not a train. When I was walking on Tenth street some one hit me on tho head with n club. That is all I know." Douald-onV watch and f.'s'l had been tak en. The polite have ariesied a score of vagrants, said to have been driven out of Chicago, in the hopes of connecting some of ihcin with the crime. Wtalthy relatives have count In tbe aid of the police, and private detectives have been put to work on the case. BATTLE FOR RAIL ROUTE. Alaska-Nome Surveyors Are Shot by Guggenheim Force. Forces ot the tiiiggenhehn railroad, thn Copper lllvcr and Northwestern, shot and wounded six surveyors aud woikmen cm plowed by the Alaska-Nome railway In Krj stone canvon, fifteen miles from Voi der, the other day. The party was mak ing n preliminary survey for tho Nome road, whleh is to run from Valdez to tho summit. It had advanced about a hun dred ) arils up the canyon when surprised by the Guggenheim men, headed by Ed ward llasNoy, n former United State marshal, llassey hailed the surveyors and ordered them to stop, saying his men would shoot If an advance was made. The surveyors believed llnssey was "bluffing" and continued at work. They were met with a fusillade of bullets. PLOT A REVOLUTION IN CUBA. Move Believed to Be Backed by Mew York Capitalists. A eonsplrscy to start a revolutionary movement in Cuba has been discovered. Under Instructions Issued by Gov. Ma goon a number of suspicious persona be lieved to be connected with the conspiracy have been shadowed for several days past. It is persistently stated In Havana that tbe money to finance this revolution was furnished from Wall street. There are reports current thnt a certain American who was In Cuba recently and spent four days In Havana Is connected with the conspiracy. The movements ot this man were mysterious. No matter who Is be hind this nttempt, Gov. Magoou Is pi pared to stamp It nut Immediately. Held for Daughter's Death, An Indictment for manslaughter was found by the grand Jury In Mount Holly, N. J., against Edwin M. and Mary Wat son, residents of Moorestown. They nre alleged to have been responsible for the death of their daughter about three months ago by refusing to employ s phy sician when tho child was suffering from an illness that proved fatal. Japanese Loot Alaskan Village. A report was made to United States Consul Smith of Vancouver tbe other day ef the pirating of tbe Alaskan village on Lltak Bay, on Southwest Kodiak Island, by tbe crew of a Japanese sailing ecboon er. Another report was received that Japanese sealers had landed on Shellhof Islsnd and kilted rattle on tbe ranges. hot by a Girl ot Slztssn Tsar. Edward Wendell, aged 18 years, waa rnabed to St. Anthony's hospltsl in Co lumbus, Ohio, from NeUonvllls wltb a bullet bole In bis Intestines. He, with some companions, bad gone to a cabin oc cupied by Mrs. Culllson snd her daughter Ruble, aged 16 years, and were having a good time when the girl suddinly epsaed a door and fired Into tbe crowd with tj 22-callber rifle. Bpiaoopal Cathedral Begun. ' President Roosevelt and tbe lord blabs t T-ivAn al-tj1 In ht tsaA i A Ujag h, corner tone o (h rwl TL. HI aaamrai at waswagtaa aMt ' - - , , . w r. f , if" -i .f.i.S-S' ' tfy,, HtUH