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( - j.fnr"1 ", 'it " 'rtT 'w""v"'v'"""' -tjk"j - " -fT"' Tvwigi,TstrVV,,l''',J3w t -iwr-prrrfifT' tit "" THE OHIOAQO EAGLE, SATURDAY, MARCH 14, 1908. THE BEEF TRUST HAS RAISED THE PRICE OF FOOD! CITY HALL ITEMS. News of Municipal Administration Given Briefly and to the Point for Eagle Readers. - nywtyrfwffwtytyy mfKm?l MWr,taj pi44WV & ;&& Pr-WJ tffffr J. 3 NEWS OF 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. iu J i i 7 M, ?i UMfal Information, Interesting Facte and Perional OoMip Tersely Told bj One Who Knows. sues "sweet sixteen" von SIIOItTWEIUIlT ('AXI)Y. tioorgo IK White, flly prosecutor, be gan suit Tuesday hi tho Municipal Court against wluit lie termed tin "sweet sixteen" fur II licked sule tiT 1'iiinly liy short weight. Tin ilofotitliiiili ii ro sixteen linns nml Individuals en gaged In tho hiiIu of candy hi various jurlM of tho Hly. Hitherto thi' flty In spectors of weights iiikI waifs nml measures Inivo devoted their time to po tatoes, Imttcr, tout nml mill;, hut tin' result of recent Inspection showed they wore watching tho ciuuly men, too. coi;xtv JAIL NEAHLY full. Tho foiinty .lull Is full nenrly lo over flowing; ucrorillug to ii letter vent by Stnto's Attorney lluily to President William ltiisse of the county hoard. 'J'ho Jnll eontiilns "II prisoners, the largest nuinher In yearn. The overllow Is ciiuseil liy the aolloii of tho Miinlel jtal Court Judges In M'lulhiK State pi Is oners to the tituuty Jnll lusteail of to tho llrhlewoll. "J'lii system Is wrong," wild '.Mr. Mealy. "The comity Jail Is proiK'rly only it place of detention mid not for serving petty sentence." PRANK O. LOWIMTN la a mnn In whoso career Integrity and ability go unnd In hand. JUDOH THEODORE IIRENTANO U a man of acknowledged ability. Judgment and common eense. HON. ZINA R. CAR'I'tJTl ta a CnlcuKOHti In tho truaat sense at the word. Progressive, public spirited and active, be possesses tbe beat at trlbutea of true cltlzemblp. GEORGE B. SWIIT Is aa good and true a citlsen at ate. called Chicago bla borne. Every duty of cltlaensblp baa always beam faith fully discharged by blm. ADAMS A. GOODRICH ta all relation of lite never deviates (rem tbose principles of straightfor wardness and integrity wblcb have won bin golden opinions everywhere. ARDA N. WATERMAN ss a man of good attaitiinuuta and ex esllsnt qualities, and therefor popu lar aa wall aa successful. ALBERT II. PUTNEY pease see in an eminent degree those Merits and qualities which go to make a the true Chlcngoan, He la bast by those wbo know aim bast FRANK WENTsT'l. knows how to make friends nml to re tain them. Ho Is n man for whom nil who know 1:1m luivo tho highest re spect. HENRY SHERMAN DOUTJJLL active, energetic, enterprising end eeb-Hc-splrlted, has mad a success et all his undertakings, and la ranked by common consent among oar vary beat cltlseaa. MARTIN J. BREF.N la a man of biulua, ability and integ rity, and is respected by everybody wbo enjoys bis acquaintance. CHARLES Q. WACKMR Is a mnn whom to know Is to respect He has an houored unuio In tbe busi ness world. EDWARD TILDtt-J haa won the high reputation which be enjoys by hard work snd honorable methods. FRED X. WILS makes friends aud holds theu by fair and honorable business methods and euvare dealing wltb bla fsllow-citlsens. KICKHAM BOANMN la a man of sound Judgment Hs baa tbe knack of easily making warm friends, and having made a friend, retaining bla friendship. JOHN P. .HOPKINS la all walks of Ufa haa base etoeeV faat to tb aM adage, ant proved tto rath: "gosty la the beat polley." JOSEPH THEURKlt aa tb deserved reputation ef Mag a of the most capable and tollable a ef aCalra In C-Jnago. THEODORE 0. MAYrB anria-ht and true-hearted, ha saks friend and wins tb esteem ef M wee become acquainted with him. JAMES A. HOGAN has well earned tho good will of tho community which he enjoys to sucb a large extent. ADVOCATES AX Ol'TEIl IIAIIIIOIt. An outer hnrhor on the hike front that will eclipse anything of the hind In the world was advocated hoforo the elty harbor nniinlslim Tuesday hy Telford r.iiniliinn. I'lans were submit ted hy .Mr. Iluruliam to show that the harlNir he proposed would he capable of handling twice tho amount of ton iiitgi,mw' handled In London, England, or about Tii,ioo,o(H tons nuuually. (.'. K. Kreiner. another speaker, dei'lared that the cut lie tniinngi on the j-Te.it lakes 'was hut "S.ouo.txio tons a year and that Ii'.immmkhi tons of that wn Iron ore which Chicago could not hope to vet under any circumstance. A let ter was read from .1. S. Morton, presi dent of the (iridium Ac Morton Trnus pnrtutloii Company, advocating the plan of building piers as the best solu tion of the problem. CLAYTON 12. CRAFTS la a typical OMcagoan. energetic, plucky, and Invariably aucceaaful la every walk of life. FRED A. BU8SB Is a capable man of affairs, honorable In 1:1s dealings, nml assiduous In at tention to his proierous business. CHAULES J. VOPICKA ate a flawless record a a cltuen an a typical Cblcagoau. CLYDE A. M0RR1SM bna the esteem una good will of all wbo know bt'm nnd who nre acquaint ed wltb bis many good qualities. JOHN C. srRY Is a man who Invnrlubij wins and re tains tbe confidence und liking of all wbo have dealings with blm. LEO ERX8T la liked moat by those was know bits best All wbo have bad business re latione with him are united In bsarlaf testimony to this fact HOSEA W. WELLS baa always beeu ready to devote to the welfare of the community that buil ne ability and Industry which bas contributed so much to tils personal success. OEOKUE V. PAULUN a maa of keen discernment; prompt of action, and persistent sa well aa honorable la method; Is lnvsrtaftly ifel. THOMAS F. KEELEY aaa alwaya be relied upon t be leyai I friend, tru to principle and faith Ml to bla word, benca hla Means aai ssVnlreca are legion. E. R. BLISS holds a foremost place In tbe front ranks of tbe best citizens In this com munity. ROY O. 'WEST haa alwaya put troth, nonot and Jms tice before expediency; bene the ee teem wltb wblcb he ia looked upon hy all who know him, ALBERT N. ROSENE'lK haa proven by hta euccesstul csreer that brains, experience awl Integrity form an irrealstlbls combination In any Uns of business. ROGER C. SULLIVAN enjoy a a widespread and well-eaiaed popularity. JOHN R. CAVERLY Is one of the men who would repre sent the people well anywhere. ADAM ORTSEIFEN a capabl man, coin Dining energy with Intelligence, he la Justly regarded and respected aa a valuable member ef th eommuuity. GEORGE A. BLETTNER Iiiih the highest Ideals of honorable citizenship nml Is truo to them. Thero Is no man In Chicago who stands high er In public esteem, MAX EBERHABW stands well la the eommaaUy as as aprlght and publlc-epirlted dttaea. Bla aucceaa la Ufa la due to hU atof Hag BaUtia ef head and heart ADOLF KBRUMaM. JOBtsrprlslng and progrneslve, as ell aa capable and careful la the cob duct of all affairs entrusted to aim, hence hla Invariable success. HARRY .RUBENS has n fine record for probity and strictly honorable method. Ho has made himself respectei every walk I U'8 which be bas been engaged. CHARLES M'GAV'N I a man whose well-known ability and public spirit places him in the front rank of our most useful cltlseaa. JOHN C. FETZKrt can count hla personal Mease by the hundred, a fact due to hla many esti msble characteristics and his unchaag tag, even, temperament GEORGE W. JACKSON has gained success by fore ol charac ter. Industry, Integrity and ability. U. S. SENATOR A. J. HOPKINS is a man of thu highest rtuuuing m tbe eommuuity; upright and Just In all the affairs of life and Indefatigable In the performance of all the duties thereof. A. V. MILLER linlili nu lmimml place among those who by his ability, Industry nml sound Judgment contribute to tho growth and upbuilding of Chicago. THEODORE OEIINB Is honorable and fair In all bis rela tions with bis fellow citizens, upright as be Is capable und straightforward. PHILIP KNOPF bas earned tbe high regard of bis fel low cltliens ls a man loyal to friends and faithful to principle. JOHN F. SMUL8KI aaa ever been faithful to friends aa4 loyal to principle, a fact which ac counts for hla great popularity aai the host ef friends wbo swear by hla FRANCIS 8TIJYVESANT PEABODY Is modest nnd unassuming, but the peo plo appreciate blm Just tbe same. VIRGIL M. BRAND has hosts of friends wbo admire htm for his masF merits and good quali ties. JAMES PEAHH baa built up a vepuUtlen la this elty of which any man might .well feel proud. JOHN M. SMYTH. haa a high conception of th dutie of cltlsenahlp and Uvea up to It He Is a man wheat to know la to respect. ANDREW J. OBAHAM deserves In nu eminent degree that In rue slinro of popularity nnd public eoutlileuce which Is undeniably his. BENJAMIN K. RluBOLSOM. Baalim ail or those solid and estima ble qualltlee which make the meet uae- toldUMB. WALTER S. BOOLE haa aa eavtabla record fer abselat honesty la all hla business relations, active support and sympathy fer all movements for tbs betterment ef the city and bla fellow-men and for all the eualltles that go to make at the Ideal sltissa. JOHN B. J0NK8 haa earned b; fta honest, aprlght life, the good wl And respect ef the sa tire oemmunl- BBBBSjBJSHpBVBBBBBBB bbIbIbIbIbIbIbIbbbW "' IbIbIbIbIbIbIbIbIbbII BBaaaaaaaaaaaaaPJrwBBSBK. :y aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaal aaaaaajagf'T' sassWv BaaaaaBKPf '''naWaaVi ''' ". r ' - ' "flfci , pIjIsssssssssssH jBJJfWvfjfBBBJLgaBJL , BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBJ mH'b.BmKK ' sbsbsbsbsbsbsbsbsssbI ag;v-::;:.::ajfl BBBBBBH Baaaaa''W7 t s"aaaaaaaasji;, t .H BaaaafBaai' ' bbbmBMF 'Saaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaal BaaaaaaaaBMHHRPa & tt&' iBaaaaaaaHPs'" aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaas BaHP&tlBJaHa :asalalalalalalalalalBssai BBaaKillJBaaK'sBa .saaaafafssfssafasfssafafssfs .asassKfllaasasasasyBakaiaasasasa BHHiBBHBJBBBBBBBBBBBBBJ 4 THOMAS CONLEY, Public-Spirited Business Man. .MATTHIAS .T. JACOBS enjoys the esteem and respect ef all who admire the highest qualities of good citlsensblp, which In him are fully exemplified. THOMAS N. JAMlBfcON a men of many excellent qualities, Is brainy, reliable and always steadfast te friends snd to the lino of duty. JAMES 8. HOPKINS sever falters when once bis mind la made up aa to the right and tbe wrong of a question. He Is alwaya on tbe right aide, regardless of all other con sideration or consequences. JOHN T. COXXERY is ss considerate of tn rights of ota rs ss be 1b Insistent upon the main tenance of his own. This Is one of the reasons of his great popularity. JAMES J. GRAY l a man of sterling quinines of head ind heart; successful in all hla un dertaking. CHARLES ERUIKSHANK ta, progressive, enterprising and Indus trious. Such men ere alwsya sure to make a auccesa In life. ERNEST HUMMI'.L. liked by all who are acquainted with bla many excellent tralta of char tcter. ARTHUR W. FULTON is llketl l all who know blm and re spected by all with whom be comes tn contact. JOHN E. OWENS I pltaant ami genial of manner, obliging ami faithful to his promises, ami fboreforc popular nud respected. ABEL DAYIf" Im ii typical citizen of Chicago, pro. gresslvi) ami energetic, he Is deserved ly successful in all his undertakings, A. S. HIBBARD bas never been known to undertake what be could not accomplish, nor full to accomplish what he has undertaken. COL. JAMES HAMILTON LEWIS l a competent ana tuorongb man of affairs. Whatever he do he does well snd thoroughly. WILLIAM A. DOYLE la noted for bla excellent business abilities and bla faithful adherence to high Ideals of duty, JOHN M. EWEN beside being a moaei cltlsea.tokea a good man's part in every tor she beoent of tbe city. PETER B. OLSJCN. can refer wltb pride to a fine record as well as an honored name In this community, JOHN S. COOPER bas a blgb couceptlou ot Vit dutlea of good citizenship aud has alwaya lived up to them, AUSTIN J. DOYLH bos tbe respect and good wishes of every one with whom he comes In contact PON. B. A. ECKHMVT belongs to that class ot cltliens whs never know failure, nor allow any ob stacles to deter them la a worthy en terpris ease eae-utakem. J. J. OEUAGHTY Is a public-spirited clttien wbo ls aa popular as be u Bruroas tn hla business pursuits. JOSEPH A. O'DOXXELL maintains In all affaire ef public private life tbe blgbeat Ideals ef orsbls manhood. EDWARD H. PETERS has mntle thorough performance ef duty, fulfillment of all agreements wltb his fellow men tn the spirit and tbe letter and exact Justice In all tblnga tbe gutdlng principles ot his successful csreer. NICHOLAS MICHIU.S a cttlsen whose record is on to be proud of, Is a man whoss friends are myriad and whose name eommaaae re spect everywhere. JAMES A. SACKLKY. has a cpleudld record rer good citlsen sblp, personal Integrity and flrst-clase ability. WILLIAM DAVIDSON man of true worth und sterling In tegrity, is Justly regarded ss oue of Chicago's valued cltleu. WILLIAM LEGNPU la a maa whom Cbicage Is res4 to claim as one ef Its typical eltlaeaa. ALEXANDER II. REVELL Is a mau of untarnished reputation ant of commanding ability In the conduct f hi affaire. IIOX. FRED W. U1M1.VM bas made It a rule tbrougb life to ac cord fair play as well ss to demand it in all thlngn. Everybody who knows him trusts as well as likes him. JOHN V. CLARK never neglected an opportunity to do good for hie fellow citlsen, and In tbe course ef bis career has made thou sands ef loyal friends. WILLIAM H. WERKR through a busy nml careful life bas earned the respect nud good will of the eutlre community. RUDOLPH BRANO Is a useful citlsen faithful to duty aa deserving of the good will of all. PETER FORTUNE Just and fair in all bta dealings, pos sesses tbe coufideuce and good will of all wbo know blm. WILLIAM H. LYMAN has to experience and tb abbacy to make a suecees of all his BBdertak Inga. TOM N. DONNEU.T Is honest, able and uprignt a art rela tions of life. WHAT CAUSUS IIRADACIIB, Prom Octobertn May, Cold nie tliemost fro iiientcimseor llcoitaclie. I.AXA't'IVRHIIOMO gUIMNKicuiovts cause, II, W,Ciio o on box i'Su RIFLE MEET AT FORT SHERIDAN Army Competition Will Be Held Thcie Beginning: on Aug. 10. Gin. Bell, chief of xtalT. Im NmiciI In ti'ii(tliai fur hnMIng tin' annual ni:ill niniH ctniipetiiinu of tin- ana. hi IIMW. Till- (iiinbluiMl ili'iuiiltai'iital mill aniit' competition will be lielil ill the following placei; Di'pnrtineiits of the cait ami the gulf at l'oit XliiKiua. X. Y. : tle.iitnieiit of D.ikoia. of the liiKc anil of .Mliiiirl at I'nrt Slieilil.ui, III.; ilep,ntiaetils of California ami of lie ('uhiaihla at tbe I'lvolillii of Moalcic. C.il.: ilepirtinent of tin- t'olot-ailo anil of Tomih at Loon Spilnj."'. Ti'Mi". The at lay rllle umipi tit Ion will be helil at I'm I Slii'iMnu. be ginning Ana. in. 'Hie army pNtol com petition aNii will b" helil at I "oil Sliei'l linn. lieKlnuhig Imnii'illnli'ly nfler the com- pletloil of the title coiapelltloll. All Kile isflll IOHIii'tltoli will. If the.V so llc'lle. lie seal to ('.nap I'eii.i. rait Union. (Hiln, to take p.irl hi the national hull lihial Dial ill. the national pNtol mulch ami tin- tiiiililii" nf lb" .National Rllle As sociation, lii'ghiuhitf at that pliiu' Aug. -1. SCHMITZ IS FACINO NEW TRIALS Released from Jnll. but There Still Are Thlrty-Nlno Indictments. l'n. ...ii.. Selinitlv- fnriiiiM' Minor of Sail FriiticNi ii, wai ii'liMvil from jail Tuim ilay, wlii'ie be bail In en coiillueil fm- ten mouth", a fiie tut 1 1 mull he amiln ionics to the bar of Jathe to face tlilrty-iilin1 liiilktinonts which mo still peinllng ngaluil blm. ami upon wlilclHic Inul to ftllllMl S.'ll.i.lltlO ball befole JiMllg K'li'U cil fioi ciiiioily. Pursuant to Ibe older of the hk'lier tribunal. .IihUc Damn' of tlie Siipei-Ior (.'niii'l. before whom Sclmilt. was trleil ami convlcteil. ilNialeil the In dictment ill the I'Moilliill ciles anil or-ili-rul Sclmilt diiilinrgiil. bat at the Mine time he dliccteil that the cMol'tion cac be subiiiltti'd iii the new grand Jury for the pitrioM) of Inning a new hidli liiieut found. CORONER'S i r ION. Faulty Constructi u Caused Deaths in Colllnwood School Fire. I'oiiilier I til I Lt- hili leinleied Ills decis ion III Ibe Collluwond mIiikiI Hie, EUt lug conditions me blamed, bat mi speclllc fault Is ilimgi'il lo any one, Kicd lllr ter. lb" janitor. U eoaeratcd. The mru- BIT follllil tll.lt the Hie xtlirli'il In a cloet. imder the fiont stairway aud was caucd by oM'ilie.ituI plpe. wlili b limited the stairwa.v. 'I lie iliath of the t lillilmi, he mi.s was due to fanliy cuiixtiiU'lliiii wlii'ieby a parlllloii piojeited in front of the stall way at the boitma, uiiikhu the cldldii'ii t tt in nut of the way In their rn-b for the door, lie ImliN that tbe children Invalid pnlilc-strliki'ii anil weie jiiliiuii'd In the iloui'way becauie nf thu till n hi the ball In get lo the door. STEVENS SEES CANAL FAILURE. Former Chief Engineer ot Panama Work Says It Cannot Pay. John I'. Stevens, n lu' pieslduit of the New Yoik, New llawii and llaii- ford llallriiiiil ami a former chief engi neer of the Panama Canal, bus U-aed a statement regaulhig the latter enlei prise hi which lie pioplii'Nles a falbue of t In undertaking. Mr. Siccus mis that the canal will lint help tin I'lilted Stales hi Its trade with South Anieilca, as practi cally all the inhabllauis of the t-oiitliein coutlneiit aie on the eat of the Andes. Mr. Stevens also sas that cniaiaeiclal relations with the Wands of the Piiellli nml the far Kat will be little bemllted. Mr. Stevens maintain that the canal will not ui( ft t'Npciii-is ami will iot more than i'M'ih.-U'iI. Tin ilale of HiiMihig It he, tlxes as Janiliirv. 1111"'. TAKE TWO ROBBERS IN BATTLE. Three Towns Join in Chase After Looting of Fostofllcea. A pllclud ballle belweeu farmers olid time luhhfis. In which two of the latter weie ei'Ioiily wmmdeil, follow nl the dill lllg lulibery of the postolllies at 1'eihlik town and Bridgepuil, X. Y. Two of the men weie uiptuifd. The robbers Hist appalled nt I'edricktown, shortly nfter mldiiltjlit ami Mole it team fnun a Ihiry .table. Then they went to the postotllie, blew open tlie t-afe and stole $'.') hi mon ey nml Mauips, The form of the explo sion wrecked the building and the place took fire, cam-lug fU',tNM damage. The robbeis thin lied with thu team, followed by a pause of citizens. Will Accept Touopah Scale. Lotol S20, Western Federation of Min ers, at fioldlield, Nev., by a lifeielidiini vote decided by a olo of -irri to -'."(I to aceppt tho Tonopah scale of wages nml declare tlie strike oft ns to those proper ties which will pay the Tonopah sinlc, After Two Big Combines. CouunouwealtirH Attorney Connor In Owlngsvllle, Ky htitd tho American To bacco Company for S.'i.OOO nml tho Inter national Harvester Company for the snnio nmount, alleging both nre opemtlng In violation of tho State mitl-iiiist law. Convicts Dash for Liberty, The nsslstnnt wiuden was killed and the warden terIoiHly Injiuid hi a dash for liberty by three convicts In the pent teutlnry at Deer Lodge, Mont, Two of tbe convicts were wounded iu tho litfbt. WALLS FALL AT FIRE. Firemen Caught in Crnsh of Debris Fighting Flnmes in Chicago. Mine than a suae of llieiaeti weie In Jaied. lime pellmpi filially, In u Hro which dextio.cil Apollo Hall, 'J.Vi to 'JliU Utile Nlaiul incline. Chicago, shortly be fine ." u'tlotk .Motid.iy ntoiniiig. Neaily as many nunc bad mittou ccan" fimn Injiiiy or death nmlci falling walN. The bnllilllig wa In the heart of the ghetto nnd there was (onibleiabb alarm among the occupants of neaiby fiaiae dwellings, to whlih the lire uptead. Tin ilainiigo Is etliaiited at WO.issi. The ball was on the c(iiml Hour and iimsI for danc ing and lodge ineetlin:. The thlnl Hour mil u-eil for theatilcal i iilerliiliniiuils. Captain Eisau and hN tin n weie on thu thlnl tlooi when the front wall cnw way ami cradici Into the sticet. The men weie carried down with the debris nml Wete euied flolll plob.lble dentil by fel low tin men. Alcinbeis of engine ioiii puny Xo. IS had a narrow e-eape. I'uim mi adjoining balldltig to which the the plead pollieiiien and Hieuu'ii t ceued It. Cohen, a tailor, hi wife and nine ihll ilieii. .1. Swaitaaii, an old man who hail lot his way In the smoke, wn nmled out by hi two ions. From another boiiio .1. It. RoiiuwasM'r and hi family of live were taken. The oiIkIii of the Hie has not been leal ned. It wa repoited In tlio iielgliboiliooil that an attempt had l'cn made hy nuaidiNl to obtain poMsiIou of the inill for n meeting, whlih was lo linii' been held there Siindny. The own ers refifed, it Is said, to rent the place. Government Not Worried. Washington oHIclals nttach llltle tin ioi lance lo the at ret In Xew Yoik of William Eer, ihaiged with stealing gov erilliiciit seciets. The 1IIN linn, for which Eser formerly woiked. nit hough it makes n limited number of torpedoes, Is said to pnes no government t-ccrots. New South Carolina Senator. Flunk It. Cnry of Abbellle. S. C, was elected to succeed Asbury C. Latimer In the 1'iilteil Stales Senate. Mr. t.ary was ehvtul on the fourth ballot, receiving HI votes. The Legislature convened hi spe cial session for the purpose of electing Latimer's successor. Skiff Capsizes; Three Forlsh. While homing on the Appiilnche mill pond, near (livers, S. C, a ckl'V carrjiug ten persons capsiu ami throe .uning women weie ill owned. There weie two men hi the party, ami It was only tlmnigh their elTnlts that live women weie les cued. Bank Robber Kills Watchman. Dell KIIN, night waichmau at Ililih ton, Colo., wa shot nnd killed by one of tluee lubbers whom he surprised attempt ing lo enter the Fanners' State bank ami the pnstolllee. Tho robbeis escaped on a freight Haiti. Bnllionds Aid War on Plague. The Simla Fe Italhoad Company bus sent III a tontllhutloli of l.'.OISI to (bit San Fiani'lsco plague fund, whlih the eltlius' health lommlllce Is raising lo eMerinlliate lllul pielellt the spread of contagion. E. II. Ilaiilman, It Is said, has anlhorleil a lontilbiillini ot .",IUH0 float thu Southern Tacltie. Man Found in Road Shot. Near Woodford. Teiin., Itiowu Iteamlt, son of an association tobacco laNer, was found In Ibe mad with a bullet hole tlmaiiih his head. Xear Iteuuett weie two dead horses and three empty shot gun. It Is belleied the .oiiug man was at linked by "night rlder." Work to Bo Qlvon Thousands. Seveial thousand uuemplo.ieil men of Philadelphia "HI iciclw emplo.Miient on public winks. In all piobablllt.. in abour n month by the passage of the S)l),OIII, frfMI loan. The loiiucil will aulborle lie) lloatlug of ibe loan aud Major Itc.vlimii will iaiuieillillelj aibeillse for bids. "Drys" Win In Minnesota. Muuhlpiil elect Ions were held In the Miiall cities and IIIiibcs lliiouclioiil Min nesota Tuesday and the principal ipiesilmi was that of llieiise or no license for thu saloons. Keiuiiis teiehcd show that out of 1KI towns tlft-onu otrd for uu li cense, Place Ban on Fraternities. A drastic rule against sororities ami fraternities to be en forced net Septem ber has been adopted by tho Clibngo board of education after strong opposi tion. Kills Wife and Self. James Itnthbun entered tho kitchen In the home of Judge It. S, Hall In Omaha, wltoie his wlfo worked as a servant, shot and killed Mrs. Itnthbun and then com milled suicide. The couple had buu kcparutcd. Send Coffin to Coroner, When Coroner Paris arrived nt his ofllce in the court house In Illimlughnm, Aln,, the other morning he disco, cicd a large-sUed cotlln them with tho following note tacked ou it: "To Coroner Pails; You next." The note was signed by u picture of a hand made in black Ink. Trampled in Church Panic, A special fiom (iiindnlnjiirn, Mexico, Rajs thnl the act of a half-witted man In locking tho icar door of n chinch at Ocotlnu while seniles weie In progress resulted in n panic nnd tho trampling to death of two meu and slv children. Uu.t.ati.. ,;, ify. -41 i . t -