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' V. t.-' Y& 'j- vt Wt THE OHIOAQO EAGLE, SATURDAY, MAv 23. 1908 9 NEWS FROM ILLINOIS. Items from All Over the State of Matters of Interest to Our Readers. feSM rv Ur Tho f). A T1. tifiA A(fAmMtftA fWmtt wfc(t fti IMn. n . AnJa UM B . ;..i .t;iii"--fcL:r "..;--.'. i--" . -.-.." v v.- 5. nn vmrii hiiif; no irnni imnaiaaaiif llUJ'vp rit (f ftMcTO llmJ rcvhlntf lotlf Mllnatlon the nr it tnornln. Direct connections with rly tnornlaf train. Cowttt m sna nopvnor rrriro la Bil poinil M-u l"-1 wk tnJytcjMloni to Bafflo fc&i ttitgr Fill, letr Dttrolt 1 - - - m .jet m Wm ..., THE WATER WAY l aB KTWEEN DETROIT AND lUFrALfl PSE Hutniua uu return nunaa morning RAIL TICKETS AVAILABLE ON STEAMERS All cttiMt of llrtcti .old Muling l Mlthlgin Ctntrml, Wbh and Ornd Traak rllwrt betwran Detroit and I!o(Ilu In lllir direction will ttl for trum. itnrutlon on p. ft n. ln fttram-rt. Sil r Mttnp for lllnttrmud itnthlct and UrtM Ulrt Map, Addnm l n. Unis, Of a'l Im. Utal, IMtratl, UUi. ' tip w & I ft 1 1 l V DETROIT BUFFALO jgMMM rniwr n plmilumi Ticcrffl Kt m SCHAUTA WITIPK.H, ISTBBbIH IMfc'ppjprf''iiji Q,a bbt""MIFpm-bbSbbmbb1 The Bergman Express and Storage Co. WIWLMAtl AND RBTAIL DBALMS IN COAL, WOOD AND COKB STORAGE furniture Packing and Shlpplnf Furniture and Piano Movers m Llscsta Atmm TsIssInnm, t rnmit449a QERAQHTY & CO. Badge Mtf BmUohb, Mailta Mf Oilcloth SfU tfl La Salle Street, J. F. SMULSKI & CO. 565 NOBLE PRINTERS IN BNOLISM. OBRMAN AN POLISH "GAZETA KA70LICKA," the Best Advertising Medium among the Polish residents of Chicago and America. Apply for Prices. TANNER & CONLEY Merchant Tailors rirst-CltM Wrk at Moderate Prleet REAPER BLOCK 99 Washington St. CHICAGO TEL. CENTRAL 224 We Rent Tuxedos and Full Dress Suits N. IV1. BLUMENTHAL I REAL ESTATE and INSURANCE N. E. Corner Wisconsin and Mohawk Streets ,, .,..,,.,,,, iiiiiifrrm 1 PURE PUREST U H 1SK YOUR WOCEK FOR THESE IliNDS. lot: UJ5 NONE BETTER. Tki J. C. Gran! Ctieinical Coipaij, Mfj, HI, 114 West U St, ONIOAUOi STEAMBOAT CO Offlcs, 111 North JOt Chicago, IN. STREET 1 1 H iPl 'iwt"lMf'tg 2 dBBBfea : IM0 : BbQ:' IgIbbbI s hi h tft -? V Able ! SUPREME COURT DEFIED The Hcpf Tnist dcllm tho Supreme Court of tlio United States every ly of ltB existence. It-defies nml violates tho poriimiient Injunction granted npalnst It by tho highest court of tho country January 30, 3005. And such Is Its power for harm, that no nlllclal can bo found who will stand up for what tho United States Supreme Court decreed on behalf of tho people. Hie Dccf Trust continues Its exist ence ns n combination In restraint of trade and commerce. It continues to Ox nnd to maintain throughout tho country n uniform and exorbitant price for meat In dellaneo of tho mandate of the highest court in tho land. , 'Jlie temiKrary Injunction Issued by Judge Peter S. Grosscup May 20, 1002, against tho Beef Trust was made per manent by the United States Supreme Court in a decision announced Janu ary 30, 1005. Tho decision establishes these Klnts: 'J'rnlllc In live stock transported from State to Stato Is Interstate commerce and 'persons engaged In buying mid tolling such live stock are engaged in Interstate commerce. Tho combination between dealers to suppress all competition In the pur chase of live stock is an unlawful re straint of trade. Tho combination between dealers to fix and maintain a uniform price In tho sale of meat throughout the coun try Is an unlawful restraint of trade. NOW EVANSTON Fare to All Evanston Stations 10 Cents Trains Connect With CHICAGO & MILWAUKEE ELECTRIC R. ft. For All North Shore Points FOR PICNICS, FESTIVALS, ETC. H. JAMES KOLZE'S FINE ELECTRIC PARK v AND HOTEL ACCOMMODATIONS Cor. Irving Park Boulevard and N. W. 64th Street CHICAGO BcHiEaaaP9BaaaaaaaaaaaaaaV WWm "- '''LbbbbbbbbH, W4b1ibbsbe4, ' .VsaiaiaiaiaiaiaH mfmKTW 'bbbbbbbbbbH MmffiEMl-''X- - : .;bbbbbbbbbbbb1 m&pM-tft-KSSSfc.. fl&aJBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBTJ vV -' ErttftBBBfR1 aaaaaaaaaaaaaaal fSikmWMLmM'LmmmmmmmmmM fHjBiyA-yaB-aBBBBBH BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBa ARTHUR W. FULTON, and Well-Liked Alderman Thirteenth The combination of dealers to ob tain preferential railroad rates, Is tin unlawful restraint of trade. All combinations fluppresliig compe tition between Independent dealers fall under the prohibition of the Sherman Anti-Trust Act. The most awful thing in tho history of thts Republic from Its foundation to the present time, Is the ocu, fla grant difflanco by tho Beef Trust of the permanent Injunction granted against It by the Supremo Court of the United States, if the Supreme Court can be flouted by multi-millionaire law-breakers, what has become of our Government? Either wo have a govcrnmant or we hnveu't a government. If wo have a government It should show that It ex ists by administering Its lawu for the benefit of the rich and poor alike. If wo hftvo no govornmont, tho sooner the peoplo find out tho fact the bettor, to that they can form n government. If a government exists merely to give po lice protection to packers and others when they have quarrels with their employes j to exempt these sanio pack ere mid others from paving their Jiut share of taxes nnd to shift th burden of theso exompled taxes on tho poor man, then such a government Is a farce. If a so-called government mere ly consists of a collection of high-sal-arled officeholders, whose principal ob- OPEN LINE L Ward. Ject In official life appears to bo to curry favor with tax-dodging corpora tions nnd the officers thereof, It-Is time that tho pcoplo found out what those favors, so curried, consist of. Tho pcoplo are awakening upon this sub ject. Tho great majority of them are law-abiding, but they do not propose that Uio law-abiding shall bo dono by tho poor alone, w'hllo tho tnx-dodglng multl-nillllonalrcs can be a law unto thumsolvce. Swift & Company, that great cor poration which reimrtcd over $02,000, 000 of personal property In its posses sion last. Now Year's eve, has been as sessed b tho Hoard of Assessors on but $3,06tt,&uu. To secure a firm grip on your mil lions use Armour's Dodgerlne. BUSINESS NOTES, The business men who want the best desks and olllco fittings go to Itcrcll's. tf you can't bo Milted at Novell's you can't bo suited anywhere. Solo Uye, the best on tho bars, Is al ways tho favorite of discriminating drlhkers. It satisfies the tnsto of the most exacting critic. Distilled solely by Straus Hros.' Company, Chicago. Otto Orlesbach Is tho proprietor of the restaurant and buffet at 1SS South Water street, which Is patronized by thu best business men. Mr. Orlesbacli deserves thoir patrouage, for hu treats them well. Solo Ilyc has been tested and never been found wanting. "Tho best on thu bars." The M. P. Hymo Construction Co. is one of tho greatest, most successful ind most reputable firms of its kind In this or any other city In the coun try. The Itlenzl Is tho placo to go for an enjoyable afternoon or evening. Hxcel lent music, lino cuisine, splendid sorv Ice and beautiful garden and hall. Has no peer of its kind In Chicago. Clark street, Kviuisinu avenue and Dlversey boulevard. Tho comblueu Liquid Tank aud t'relgut Car Company jwasesscs certain Improvements In railway cars for the facilitation of tho movement of freight and liquid In tho samo car which will appeal to every Intelligent person who Is shown tho decided advantages of con itructlon which these ears possess. Tho company Is selling stock and offers to Investors an nttrnctlvo proposition. Ono of the'nnest breweries lu the ountry, mid ono that turns out sotuu of tho finest brands of beer, is the great Rerghoff llrowlug Company of Fort Wayne, Ind. Tho following brands of, beer brewed mul supplied by this brewery aro amnug tho most populnr mid have great demand in Chi in go: "Extra Pale," "Dort Doppol," "Snlvator," "Berghoff's Select," and last but uot least, "Dortmunder." No bettor place In Chicago for pic nics, festivals and parties of nil kinds than II. James Kolze's beautiful Elec tric Park, at tho corner of Irving Park boulevard aud Northwest 01th street. Happenings of the Week from Cairo to Chicago Carefully Compiled for Busy Men. FINES FOB ROCKFOBD BRIBERY. Former Alitrriiiru f'lrnil Utility nnd Arn AncmmI IJIII.IMIO ttncli. Termor Alilernicti Kllilm C. Dunn, Clinrry Woolwy nml John Nnvli of ltock ford were Indicted by the grand Jury for bribery, nnd, on being arraigned before Jtnlae Arthur II. Froit, entered plem of guilty mid wero each fined ?'-,000 nnd costs, Kvldence gathered by the commit tee of inve'tlpttors un of Kitch a nature tlmt the grnnd Jury wni not long In vot ing true bills ngnlnst the three. The ac tion of the Jury did not come ns n stir prise. There wn surprise, however, when It wni announced tlmt George V. Wil son Imd been Involved In the bribery ques tion ns the nllcgcd ngent of the company In "llthisr" the Aldermen. When this wns made, public Assessor Mnreiin de ninnded his resignation ns nsslstnnt, which wns Immediately forthcoming. Unnn Is over 70 years old nnd has been In public life ninny yenrs. Ho Is wealthy. Woolsey Is n former member of tho Leg I si nt lire, Imvlng been elected in 1MII. Nnsli is nlo possessed of consldernblo wealth. The grand Jury hns been discharged. Kvldence of other crooked denllngs Is In the hands of tho Investigators, but the lends nil point to tho circle of which six have been brought to Justice. ASSASSINATED AS HE EATS. Chlcnuo ItrlKhtN Mnn In Ktiot ThruiiuJi Window. A murder, nttilliutrd to Jealousy, oc curred In Chicago Heights. Kinldlo llossl wns tho victim nnd Antlllo l'nlesthio the slayer. The iimnner of the tragedy was startling mid horrifying, ltossl, who is 30 years old, wns ioatod nt siipikt In the dining room of his brother's houo at HKM Hutler street, Clilcngo Height, when l'nlesthio crept up on a porch over looking n window of the dining room. Through this window l'nlesthio shot three tlir.es. 'lite bullets struck ltosl hi the hack of the head, killing him Instantly. Then l'nlesthio lied. A. Hossl, the broth er, told tho pollre that I'ale-tlno wns Jealous of tho attentions Ihnldlo Is wild to ltnvc shown to Mrs. A. Hossl. Tho dis appearance of the woman nfter tho mur der led the s)ce to believe that she may havo had knowledge of the affair. TOWN HAS BUT 18 VOTERS. Ilcntioiv City "Wettest" Town In the Mtnte linn Sill Saloons. Ilcnbow City, the Hat town which lias grown up around the Standard Oil Com pany's new refinery, eight miles south of Alton, is tho "wettestl' town In Illinois. It began Its corporate existence tho other dny with eighteen voters nnd twcnty-thre saloons. There nro seven brewery ngeii cles, mid ench dramshop and each agency pays $.'i00 a year license. Tho village starts In life with n J?1.V00 nest egg, Mayor A. K. Ilenhow Is president of tho board, Tom Alroyd clerk, and !'. X. Staf ford police magistrate. There are two po licemen. $100,000 IN SIGHT; PAUPER DIES. Itinmtii nf 1'rceinirf I'norliiMiM Sue emu lis on Verne of Wenlth, After twenty yen is In the county poor house nt I'roeport, ,1olinulo .leaks, an nged Irishman, died when a fortune of ?1(M,0K recently willed to him wns about to be turned over. Jinks proved to be the nearest relative to Mrs. Lucy Millets, who died several months ago in San Francisco and left him her entire estate. It was with dldk'iilty that Jenks wns found by California attorneys. The pre liminary steps In the transfer of tho piop erty had been taken when Jenks died. CRUSADERS FIND "BLIND PIGS." One tlmiilreil I'ltlxeiiN of Tniiiplcn Knee liHllclmcnl I'uiler Dry' l.mv. One hundred prominent citizens nf Turn pIco face Indictments for violation of iliu dry law. Xo sooner had the prohibition regulation beionie effective iluiii "clubs" began to spring up lu profusion. In ad dition to sinking their Cilrit for alcoholic drinks at thesis placer, members also en gaged hi "crap shooting," poker nnd oth er alluring pastimes. Then began a era Mido of tin1 church folk, with the result that 11)0 citizens have been listed for In dictment. Ciil-licnlcr Hint HlK Strike. A strike of c.irpeuteiH In Sprlngllcld, who demanded an Increase In wages from 10 to t'O rents an hour, was ended. Tim carpenters voted lu favor of accepting the compromlvt offer of tho contractors of lU'it cents an hour. This does pot affect "bench men," employed hi tho planing m. lis, and they will remain out. Ilrlileuroom of Seveiity-Tno Dies. Death has ended the honeymoon of Mr. and Mrs. d'erretus Clover of will county, the husband, 7- years old, dying one week nfler ho was married to Mrs. Mary Stiahl, IKI years old. Tho marriage cre ated much comment. Tho death of tho old man was duo to npoplesy, l'.lulu Selmiil 1 1 I'll it lU'-i:icctci, Itobert L. White wns re-elected super intendent of tho Hlglti public schools for next J ear at a special meeting of tho board of education. Mmnoiin l.ny Slouo of Temple, With Imposing ceremonies and with a parado hi which nil tho Masonic bodies la tho city participated, tho corner stono of tho new Masonic Temple, to cost $10,000, was laid In Springfield by tho Grand Lodge of Illinois. Slnto lIciilUU Kleot Ollleers. Tho executive council of tho Illinois Stato Denial Society elected It. J. Hood of Sparta secretary of tho association, 0. i Pruyn of Chicago treasurer, and J. T, CumiiiliiR of Metropolis City llbrarlau. Danvlllo wns selected as tho place for holding tho next meeting. MINOR STATE ITEMS. Peter Sutner, n well-to-do farmer near HIdgeway, wns ill owned in Cypress creek. Ho wns out hunting nnd fnlled to return. Xclghbors Instituted n search. Tho home of P. C. Haley, general at torney for the sanitary district of Chicago in Jollel, was entered by burglars and Jewels valued at more than $1,000 were stolen. Frank Hayes of East St. Louis was npKlntcd secielnry and treasurer of tho United Mine Workers of Illinois to fill the vacancy caused by the death of James Itndford. Ily the sudden death of .Mrs. Esther Wheelock of McLean, Thomas Carr, a naval officer, nnd Mrs. W. It. Wright, both of Clilcngo, will receive a bequest of $2.-.,000 or moie. A Unclne young Indy with, the difficult nnme of Agnefe Knrabjaklan came down to Waukcgati with her beau and changed her nmne to the somewhat easier one of Mrs. Gnrnbatl Mihcrtadlan. Carl Tabor, .'t'J years old, of Prophets town, while driving cattle, was seized with an epileptic lit and fell Into n depression In the highway face downward mid wns drowned in three Inches of wnter. Lieut. Gov. Sherman, fresh from his honeymoon spent in Mexico, hns nssiimed clinrge at the executive ollke nt the slate house and will remain in charge until Gov. Deuren returns from Washington. The Pioneer Oil Company of Carml haw contracted with J. It. Itennett Vc Co. of Knlghtsiown, 1 ml., to drill a test well on their h'lisid oil iind'gns lands two miles fiom Maunle. Work is to begin within thlity ila.s. Is the dog which has bitten several persons In Waterloo nnd? Herman Km honer, 12 j ears old, and his father woio two of the victims. The animal's brain was sent to the Pasteur institute nt Chi cago for examination. Mis. LoiiImi L'. Snapp, wife of V. J. Snapp, superintendent of schools of Paw Paw, committed suicide at Mnplewood sanitarium, where she had been under treatment for a nervous disease. She tore off a piece of sheet and handed herself from n door hinge. Twenty-seven families were rendered homeless by a lire that wrecked the plant of the General Koo!iug Company in East St. Louis and, driven by a high wind, communicated to and destroyed twenty seven cottages in the vicinity. Tho loss will aggregate gl.VMMiO. Hugh A. McCune, a farmer, residing sixteen miles north of Qnliicy, and his 10-year-old son were killed by lightning, their bodies not being found until the next day. McCune nml his son were working hi n Held nnd sought the shelter of a tree, when stricken dowu by the holt. Officers were elected by the Illinois Ministerial Association of the Swedish Eviingelluil Ml.s(,u eliiireh In session at Jollet, as follows: President. Itev. E. .1. Iljerpe, Chicago; vice president, Hev. V. M. Johnxin, Chicago: secietary, Itev. A. lohanseii, Mollne; financial Mvretary, Itev. A, L. Xystrom, Chicago. A tornado which swept across north western Illinois mid Iowa marked Its path by death and great damage to property. Mrs. Gotlseh, nn elderly woman of Cleve land, was taking a nap when her house was blown down mid she was Itistnutly killed. In that town also n school build ing was wrecked and several pupils wero injured. Charles Austin. 17 years old. residing northeast of Shelliyvllle. had mi exciting ride on a log In the Okaw river, and narrowly escaped drowning. He got Into the whirlpool live miles nhow the city and drifted down until he leaelieil the' high I'. A: i:, I. bridge. IVrons near the banks heard his shouts, nnd. almost unconscious, lie was ri sciied by means of a rope. I'orty yeais ago George II. Watson of Sterling asked his sweetheart to mirrv him. 'I hen they quarieled ami the sweet hem t mairled another. Itoccntly thev met and the old courtship was renewed because the woman, who had in the mean time become Mrs. Harriet .Miller of Sea touvllle, wns a widow. The other dny they went in the county clerk and ob tained a lleonsu to wed. Watson is tiv and his wife (17. The forty-year-old quar iel Is forgotten. Judge Webb of Vnndilla was called to Effingham by Judge M. O'Donnell m ,,.. side over the County Court in the ease of a contest filed by the saloonkeeper, who claim the election held April Hi was Ille gal and Invalid because the signers of the petition fulled to place their house llillii beis mi same. The lawyers for the de fense filed a demurrer to the petition, a. id the court handed down a decision sus tnluing tho demurrer and dismissing the suit, leaving the city of Effingham ant! kaloou territory. A prisoner in the county Jail In Sulli van divulged the hiding placo of a saw which has been hidden hi the Jail for several years, and used several times by prisoners who sawed their way to free dom. A prisoner, for a lewmil of $.", told tho sheilil where to find It. That theio was a saw in the Jail has been known for sovernl years, but tho prison ers had guarded the secret well. Thor ough searches had been made many times, but It could never bo found, Marshall Taylor, -vS years old, was slabbed fivo times by Lulu Gllsou, 2o years old, and so severely wounded that ho died a short tlmo later at St. Joseph's hospital In Jollet. Tho stabbing oeem red shortly nfler II o'clock nt Chicago street and Waller avenuo and was wit nessed by many persons on the way to their homes. Jealousy, according to tho police, was tho cause of thu stabbing, Taylor wan hi company with Anna Gil water, who, tho jsillce say, was a rival of Miss Gibson. Taylor, it is said, had for some tlmo been pnyliii attention ty Miss Gibson, but iccently neglected her. Ml aro negroes. - ,. .' hu i "jf.i'jfei-B.r'v-?v ,.y y'S. e "l l.