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P"0HIDi JSilW'tfWjWfflW'aWW m-tivmimmmmm ttiuiPSw! t i)& LL-rt- THE OHIOAQO EAGLE, 8ATURPAV, DEOEMBER 21, 1007. THE BEEF TRUST HAS RAISED THE PRICE OF FOOD! CITY HALL ITEMS. NEWS OF THE WEEK News of Municipal Briefly and to Eagle VMfal Information, Interesting Faott and Personal Goftip Teriely Told by One Who Know I'OOIUIOtJSB BITE CHOSEN. Tho County Uonrd Monday ordered tlio purchase of ii L'10-ncre tract noar llluo Island, on the Hock Island Road, ns n location for a now county Inflrm nry. It will cost ?:i2,02.-,. To pay for the land and the buildings It Is planned to erect tlio Hoard will auk tlio people to vote n $1,500,000 bond Issue. Tlio work will be pushed forward ns rap Idly as polble, nnd tlio old building nt Dunning turned over to tho State. Tho Hoard decided to purchnso tlio ground after hearing n report from n special committee. County Treasurer Thompson submitted n new bond to tlio Hoard. It Is for $4,000,000, and Is signed by John C. Hlack, Wllllntn C. Belpp, Frank Hlbbard, Hernard A. Kokhart, J. Ogden Armour, Edward Hlnes nnd Henry Hotsford. MORE MEN roit POLICE FOHCE. Ono hutidroil nnd fifty pddltlonnl po licemen nro promised for Chicago with in the next two weeks by Chief of Po lice Bhlppy. Among them nro n num ber who wero dismissed from tho forco by former Chief of Polleo Jocph Klp ley. Among thoso discharged b,v Kip ley nnd slated by tho chief to 'bo re Instated nro former Lieutenant Joseph Smith, Lieutenant Patrick Tlerney and Patrolmen McNeill, Harvey nnd Woods. PHILIP U. URANN capable man, combining ecergy wlta ftatelllgcnce, he It Justly regarded and respected at a valuable member of to wnmunlty. ALBERT N. ROSBNEXIK hi ana of those men whue pMft la tantamount to performance, aad waai rrybody liken and respect. HOSEA W. WELD upright and true-hearted, a Stat frlenda and wins tba eateeai f 4 wka baeoma acquaint wit alas. PHILIP KNOPF la Uked by all wbo are acquainted wife hit many excellent tralta at char acter. JOHN M. SMYTH. la a nan of sterling quaHtife of head and heart; aucceaaful In aJl hit un dertakings. TOM N. DONNEM.T I aaan of good attniumuiiu and ex Heat qualities, and therefore, popu lar aa wall aa successful. GEORGE W. JACKSON In an eminent degree tbote leriU and quulltlea wbtcb go to make an the true Cnlcagoan. Ha la Hkad by tbote who know him heat PON. B. A. EGKBRT I pfogreettTe, enterprtatng and laflu too. Baca nan are alwaya nrt t auk aicoeea In Ufa. JOHN V. CLARK9 I aa considerate of the rights of otk art aa he -It Insistent upon the main teoance of hit own. Tbtt It on of the aaaona of hit great popularity. ERNEST HUMMHL, la a man of brains, ability and Integ rity, and la respected by everybody who enjoye bit acquaintance. FRANK WBNTRlt. la a man whom to know Is to respect He has an honored nuino In tho busi ness world. JOHN F. SML'LSKI maintains that widespread popularity and respect which la only gained by a atrong aa wall aa an estimable per aenality. WILLIAM U. LYMAN makea friends and holds them by fair and honorable business methods and square deallug with lilt fellow-cltiscna. JAMES S. HOPKINM la a man of tound judgment He bat the knack of easily making warm friends, and having made a friend, retaining hit friendship. JOSEPH A. O'DONNKUi. U all walks of Ufa hat bees atoad faat to the old adage, and proved Its tratbt "Houeety la the bfst poUcy." ADAMS A. GOODRICH tea wall aamat the good will f th omamnlty which b aajoya to aach a stent WALTER 8. BOGLQ i ami-- - -m the tfttatatloa af Ma fallow amjMMt as a sa vraaa ml eao given a, we tofts mat haa sarar baas aajpa, c r ftmjk m , ,fi, 5139. Administration Given the Point for Readers. WANTS MODEL JURY ROOM. The Industrial Club of Chicago, to Improvy tho Criminal Court jury sys tem, Is making n determined effort to have the top iloor of tho Criminal Court Hulldlng, which has Just been given up by the Probate Clerk, devoted ex clusively to the use of Juries called In criminal cases. It Is the purpose of tho club to pre vail upon the County Hoard to Install and furnish an elaborate svstcm of Jury rooms. Tho club's plan Is to have three separato suites of Jury rooms, each of which shall contain sleeping rooms, n dining room, n kitchen and nn exercise room. VIRU1L M. UK AM feaa an enviable record far abtelat honesty In all hta butlneaa relatione, active tnpport and tytnpatby for all movements for tba betterment f th eltyand hla fellow-men and for all the ual!tlee that' go to max tk Meal eltlaen. LEO ERNST aa over been faithful to friend aa loyal to principle, a fact which ae eounta for hla great popularity and th boat of frlenda who twear by him. JOHN P. HOPKINS to a typical Ohlcagoan, energetic, plncky, and Invariably aucceaaful la very walk of life. CYRIL R. JANM'S hat the esteem and good will of ill who know him and wbo are acquaint ed with hla many good qualltlea. THEODORE OEIINW la aa good and tru a dttsen aa Ttt called Chicago hla bom. Every dvty f dttoaaablp ha alway been faftkV fally dlaoharged by him. ARTHUR JOSET11 to Uked moat by those who knew aim beat All who hav had baatueea re tatwas with Mm ar united In beartog toetimony to thla fact. georgb b. swirr hat always been ready to devote to the welfare of the community that buslnes ability and Industry which baa contributed to much to hla personal auccett. CHARLES E. CRUIKtfKANK a man of keen discernment; prompt f action, and pertlttent aa well a honorable In method; la invariably an mi JAMBS J. OKA . tan alwaya be relied upon ta a loyal to frlenda, true to principle and faith ful to hla word, banc hi frlaada aai admirer ar legion. FRED A. BUSK hold a foremott place In th front rankt of th beat cltlsena In thla com munity. JAMBS A. 8AOKLKT. has alwaya put truth, honor and jt tlc before expediency! bene th s toem with which b it looked upon by all who know him, JOHN H. JONK8 has proven by hla successful career that bralnt, experience awl Integrity form an irresistible combination In any Una of business. JOnN C. FETZIflt la a capable man of aflalrt,. honorable In bit dealings, and aatlduout la at tention to his proeperoni burtneaa. WILLIAM DAVIDSON la a man ot sound juugmnni, ttreugth of purpose and great activity. He hat never failed In the performance of hit duties In life or the accomplishment of hla undertakings. FRED L. WILK haa the highest Ideals t honorable (Jtlsentblp and la true to tbem. There r man In Chicago wbo atands high- ar a pumie esteem, ABEL DAVIf standa wU la th oommunlty aa aa prlgbt and publlc-aplrlted cltiten. Hta aucceaa In life la due to hla stor Uag qualities of head and heart. PETER B. OLSJCN. la a competent auu tuorougn man ot affairs. Whatever be dona be doe well and thoroughly, HON, ZINA B, CAJtI't)R has n fla rooord for probity stneuy taaj ntathod. hw atai aiamlf rosottoi la ovory walk toawhniklMhMijasaaatafal, hzL2!LLJli2'. -.- ,hif..iAt tffvn o.y.. ,' j, ., t , HENRY SHERMAN BOITTGLL 1 a man whose well-Wnown ability and public aplrit placet him In the front rank of our moat useful citl-tene. MARTIN J. BHEEN can count hla personal frit by th, hundred, a fact do to hla many ad-' mabl cbnractorwtlcs nnd hi unchang ing, ven, temperament JOHN J. HBALT la a man of the highest rtaudlng in the community; upright and Just In all tba affairs of llfo and Indefatigable In the performance of all the duties thereof. JOHN C. SPRY la a Chtcagoun In tho truest tense el the word. Progressive, public spirited and active, be possesses the best at tributee of true citizenship. CLAYTON E. CRAIT8 ald aa honored place among thoaa wbo jy hie ability, Industry and aound Judgment contribute to tho growth and fhuUdlnf f Ohlcsgo. THOMAS N. JAMIUSftN It honorable and, fair In all hla rela tione with hla fellow cltlcont, upright as ha la capable and straightforward. X J. GERAOHTf can refer with prlda to a Una record aa well aa an honored name In thla community. V '.iBlBlBlBlBlErJaflBlBlBlBlBW LlBlBlBlBlHlnW ' '' gflgflgflgV ggfafafafafafafafMiniaWJ SvJkffffffAffa. aVjVjVjVjVjm." . 'gflVjgflVjgflVjgfli AYBYBYBYBYBYBYaTaYBYBYBYanM-,::' '''' ' !' jIbYbYbYbYbYbYbYbYbV. BYBBYaBffBBYBYBBaVsmBYBBYaaffniaYBmVl ILTtiffiffiffiffA PK. - 'LnatLiH afafafafBaMlvw- .'afaafaVnm t,1 JBYaBtYafafafafafafafafa atsatflrai'l' BtffsataYr'w. 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EDWARD T1LDBM never falters when one his mind Is mad np aa to th right and th wrong of a question. He la always on the right aide, regardless of all other con aideratlona or conaequencea. ROGER C. SULLWN active, energetic, enterprising and pnh-llc-aplrlted, baa mad a auccett of all bis undertakings, and la ranked by common content among our vary boat cltlsena. ALEXANDER II.- RE! ELL Is n man In whoso career Integrity and ability go hand In hnnd. E. R. BLIP? knowa how to make friend and to re tain them. He la a man fur whom nil who know him have tho highest r poet WILLIAM A. DOYLE hat the resjicct nnd good wishes of every one with whom he comet In con tact i&'$-J'sy?&..iHK itjt BWBBBnwaaW.' I , vVtiJitamjnT fc.. zm tlnanVnanVaV. HvJlSyaaaaWinr mMM$i:xixjM iaBBnBBnwaaVnmw. ttaBBBBBBaannF as3awi (9nai nnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnw hBhbhbhbhbhjbw jBajpjHnMSanL BBaBBaBaBBaBBaBBaBBahs&k. 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COOPER bat a splendid record far good dtuen tblp, personal Integrity and flrtt-clat ability. GEORGB W. PADLfJN (a pleasant and gomi of BfeSaUe, eoiigtng ana nienfai to bis pi I snrt tnMiwroe 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. BEARS MILLION IN CASK ORDERS. Oceania Carries Largest Number Ever Shipped Across the Sea. The liner Oceanic united from New York, carrying tlio Inrj;et number of money order ever hlped from New Yotk on one steamer. In nddltlon to thoso that limy lime come fiom other cltle, the New Yoik poMolllcc put nbor.rd the steamer advlres of 8.".tO" money or ders, calling for Sl.ttilMllM.'.-,. The latg est amount went to Great Itrltaln. tho total amount fur that country being $4.'l.'l,- dear to chlhtlsh fiinoy, jilneed In n wagoa 177 In 41.SIW orderi. To Itnly was sent which was waiting nroniul the cornet 8,211 orderD. itmoiiutltis to $LMS,IS0; to Irom the cIiIIiI'm home nml driven away t Germany IL'.'.'IS orilciw, nmoiiutlug to become the compnnluii of n man and worn I117.WI: to Hungary LM78 orders, call-1 an In their wniiilerliiK about the couo Ing for $0,-118: to !titdn -l,-"S!) orders, ' '1'he rlilld ni found a prlwonpr in for ?0i,t)7!, and fo on through the llt of the traveling wiiroii of the man nnd won countrle". the muallet n mount being an who wero In camp near Momence, 1IL eleven orders for $11".! oent to Portugal. Hm kidnapers, describing tbctu-eWes as Blnco Dec. .! there have been sent abroad i William nud Allna Jones, were forced to from the New York poitolhYe .')l,7iVl money order, calling for $.,:MI,771.,W, an Increase of Od.'JMl order nnd ? 1,150, COS.C'J over the samu period last year. JAPAN TO BUILD WARSHIPS. Naval Commander on Way to British Yards to Investigate Mothods. Japan I to build Its own warship, an nounced Commnnder J, Miitmimiirn, who nrrhed In Victoria. It. C, the other dny on bi way to InvcMtignfu methods nt Itrlt lh Hhlp.Nnnls. I to miM a miinber of plants to that end were being cstnblUhed in Japan ( but for the present building of wnrnhlp was hnndlcnpped, practically stopped, because, of tho lack of money In Japan, but for tlio prcnent building of sorao chnuge, some type being eliminat ed. He propoes to Inrentlgnte somo re cent submarine type and swift scout ships built recently by Kuglnnd. On tho same ship with Matmumirn was 8, Snno, sent to Schenectady, N. Y., by the Jap anese government railway bureau to look Into the manufacture of locomotives, with a view to the manufacture ot engines In Japan for Japanese railroads. HURLED FROM AUTO TO DEATH. Paymaster of Department of Gulf Is Killed In Accident. Major Manly It, Curry, paymaster of the depart meiit of the gulf, was killed by being thrown from an automobile while on his way to tlio Terminal Mntlon In Atlanta, (in., to catch a train for Mncon. Major Curry had been visiting In tho homo of Dr. William Came and wns be ing driven to the station by tho doctor. When tho uiiK-hhio reached the cud et tho Washington street viaduct Dr. Csrues failed to turn In tlmo to nvold a collision ttHh a railing. Tho shock threw Major Curry to the street. Ho was quickly moved to a hospital hut died an hour later from conciihslon of tho brain. Dr. Ccrnes escaped Injury. Major Curry wn n son-in-law 0( United Htatcs Senator Bacon, HAS LAW TO STOP BANK RUNS. New Statute Will Become Operative in Oklahoma Feb. 17, 1008. Tho new bunking law for Oklahoma, wherein Is provided a guaranty fund for the protection ot depositors in insolvent banks, will become operative Feb. 17, 1008. Its makers bellee It will mako Im possible n run on nn Individual bank nnd prevent n money panic In tho State. Each Slato bank is required to pay to tho State bonking board a sum eqiml to 1 per cent of its dally average deposits. When a bank fall tho Statu bank cnmlncr pays the depositors from tho guaranty funds held by tbe bnuklng board, nnd theso pay ments becomo n first Hen on tho asset ot tho defunct bank, Tho Seimto 1ms pnssed the nmened prohibition bill and tho "Jim Crow" bill dellulug a myro. DIt. WAXD EXONERATED. Jury Decides Surgoon Is Not Re sponsible for Q Ill's Death. Dr. O. K. WnM of the I.ako View ho, pltal In Chicago was exonerated from nil blnmo for tin ilenth of lhuum Mlldicd Ilnuson, who died nt tho hospital Aug, P, following nn operation pet formed under tho direction of Dr. Wald. Tho Jury found thnt tlio girl enmo to her denth from embolism and hemnri lingo caused by tho bursting of nn Inner Jusular oIn, nnd (hat duo cmo nud precaution was exer cised In tho operation, Some Illinois Decisions, OiiRtnil trustees nf llin llntmn nr-luinl board in Chicago havo been ordered re stored by Illinois Supremo ireino Court, which i calls Major ilussos action Illegal, Auli clgnrctto law hns been construed to per mit Milo of cigarettes mndo ot puro to bacco, Anti-smoke oidliinnro was given a jolt, nnd law ngnlnst premium on theater tickets I declnied Invalid. Eaglo Fights Dog and Man. Charles Kench of Rust Litchfield, Conn., lias been severely injured In n fight with an eagle. Tho englo seized ICcnch's dog, but turned Its attention to tlio man when Kcneh went to the dog's rescue. Kcnch's scalp was badly torn and his face and hands scratched by tho bird's beak and claws, but ho finally managed to cut its throat with a garden trowel. Sunday Closing Jury Disagrees. The first Sunday closing Jury in Chi cago failed to reach a verdict, standing eight for acquittal, and was discharged attar twenty-four hours' deliberatloa. STOLEN CHILD IS BE8TOHED. 1 Kidnaped Girl Back nt Home wlUt Parents. When S-ycar-old I.llllnn Wolff was re turned to her home well nml happy, s most remarkable chapter was ndiltd to tlio drvmlcil crime of klilnnpini;. It' the crowded utieetn ot the city hs tnld-nfloruoon and from the inlilit of pioup of plnynutcii the little ttlil had been led away by n woman wlioio lip dtlpped the honeyed word of promise ntn tlio child over to Deputy Sheriff Rl- ley and wero mndo prisoners. The child and tho prisoners wero taken to Chicago. The nrrest of the couple wns brought nbout through tho fact thnt n fnrnvr' wife notified Deputy Sheriff Riley that sho hnd seen n man nnd n womnn with a little girl drive past their houio In a. union, Tho nrrest followed. WORLD'S BIOOEST WARSHIP. ' Being Built for tho U. S. North. Dakota to Bo Queen. At the moment the gnus ot Admiral V. nns' I'nelflc-bouud lleet wero roaring1 out their fine well salute nt Fort Monro the first keel pinto of the great battleship North Dakotn, tlio largest bnttleshlp la tho world with the exception af her sister ship, the Delaware, was laid hi tho yard ot tho l-'oro River Shipbuilding Company nt Qiilucy, Muss, A fourth larger than, tho Inrgest -ship now in the American, navy, the actual construction of the Nortk. Dakota may lie said to have begun. The first pinto laid was No. 10. There arc twenty of theso plates, each twenty-four ftct long nnd weighing ,1,000 iwunds. A toon as the first plate was laid frame Here attached to It. The contractor bo thrro year In which to complete th building of the ship, but the ofllcers of th rempany sny they will be able to complete tho North Dakotn, provided the mnterlal Is not delayed, so that It may bo Inuncbt6 within ten months. BREWERY AFIRE; WALLS FAIX. House nnd Saloon Beside Burning Bottling Works Crushed. Fire swept through tho four-story build Ins of the Conko Drew lug Company'' plant nt Cottage tJrove avenue nud Twcn-ly-serenth street. Chicago, cnuslng ft Ion of more than $100,0iX. Tho stiucture. occupied by the concern as n bottling plant, storago room nnd stables, practi cally was destrojed. Tho tlnmes wer fanned by tho wind and spread by n Berlcs of small explosions. While the 11 ro was nt Its height the tall north wall collnpsect and burled tho house of Mrs. Hllcn Dnly. ono of tho landmarks In that section of tho city, An Instant later the south wait fell and tho mi loon owned by Mrs. Ellen dc lb l'olsjjuu'ller wns crushed like a shell. Tlio patrons hnd been driven out only at moment beforo by Cnpt. Hcyfcrlkh of Em flue Company No. 10. SHUNS LIBERTY AFTER 47 YEARS" New York Prisoner Completes Term., Afraid to Leave Sing Sing. Forty-soen ye.ns n convict and now a free man, Finns Hoffman, in years of service the oldest prisoner In New York Stnte, Is nfrald to leno Slug Sing prison nnd go to Now Yoik, where ho fenm he may bo rim "over or loit. Hoffman tins Ik aid of elevated railroad nud Mibwuya nnd of tlio new and strange things to bo found lu New York, nnd tlio thought of it nil frightened him so tb.it bo begged lento to remain In prison until not week, when a keeper will accompany him to tho city. Hoffman wns convicted ot minder In th second ilegieo fuity-seycn jenrs ago, CASHIER FOUND DEAD IN TUB; Bank Directors Hold Night Meeting on Learning the News. Fredeilek V.. Snrgcnnt, vlco president nud cashier of tlio .lowelerh NntlonaT bank, and prominently Identified with n.Miy busbies enterprises In North At tleboro, Mnss,, nud 1'rovldence, It, I., van found (lend In tho hnthtuh nt his apart ments by ids wife. According to tbe mcd-l 'c"l examiner, death was duo to accidental '"owning. Wueu tho news of Sargcant sudden death been mo generally Knotvx, tliero was nn Informal meeting of socra of tlio bank's dlrectois. Tlio meeting hist eJ until a lato hour. rittsburg Dlstillory Burns. Tho plant of tho I.urrfo Distillery Com pany of I'lttcbiiig, located nt Largo, l'n., on l'eteis creel' was destroyed by firr Tho bonded waiehouses near tho plant wero saved nnd holders of certificates will not suffer loss. Tlio loss Is covered by liiuurancc. The tniibu of tho lire has not bleu nscei'tillucd. Jamestown Press Agent Killed. Gcorgo F. Flske, a New York newspa per mau, formerly of 1'hlladelpbla and I'lttsburg and recently press agent for the Jamestown exposition, wot struck tail killed by a Pennsylvania Railroad trahe at Trenton, N. J. L m V i.