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xiVt -f - THE OHIOAQO EAOLE, SATURDAY, AUGUST 15, 1908. TRUST HAS RAISED THE PRICE OF FOOD! CITY HALL ITEMS. News of Municipal Administration Given Briefly and to the Point for Eagle Readers. 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. . 9mM Information, Interesting Facte and Personal Ootiip Teriely Told by One Who Xnowa. - AD01T CLEVELAXD MEMORIAL. ' iA memorial to the Into 0 rover Cleve land wnt adopted hy the directors of the Chicago Public 'Library at Its reg ular monthly meeting Monday night, find copies forwarded to Mrs. Cleveland and faintly. The special committee on right of way for it Mtreet "ear truck through Gurllehl court from Washing ton to Randolph streets, reported that mi agreement had lieeii ell'eeted with the Council Committee on StreotH and Alleys and with the special traction ex pert whereby the track would ho laid us soon as the traction company could get to It. prepare for school "opwxiixp. The Health department Is now pre paring for the opening of the coming school year. The regular corps of 100 School .Medical Inspectors Is preparing to resume the work of looking after Khool sanitation and the health of the school children In 100 districts, as ar ranged hy Assistant Chief .Medical In specter ItowUugs. CAUL L. BARXES Is n mnn of brains, ability and integ rity, nnd U respected by everybody who enjoys hlfl acquaintance. A. W. MILLER n citizen whoso record la one to be proud of, Is n man whoso friends ore myriad nnd whose name commands re spect everywhere. JAMBS J. GRAY Is a cnpnble mnn of affairs, honornblo In his dealings,! nnd assiduous In at tention to his prosperous business. JOSEPH A. O'DONNHLL Is enterprising nnd progressive, as well as cnpnble and careful In the con duct of all affairs entrusted to him, bence his Invariable success. JOI1X V. CLAI1KB Is n man who takes pride In Chicago mid of whom Chicago Is proud. Walter schrojd. bns the esteem nnd good will of nil who know him nnd who nro acquaint ed with his ninny good qualities. COL. .TAMES HAMILTOX LEWIS n cnpnblo man, combining energy with Intelligence, he U Justly regarded nnd respected ns u vnluablo member of the community. WILLIAM II. WEBER bas built up a reputation In this city of which any man might well feel proud. HON. SCINA It. CARTER hns a high conception of tho duties of citizenship nnd lives up to It. He is a man whom to know Is to respect. GEORGE A. JJLETTNER deserves in nn eminent degree that large shnro of popularity nnd public confidence which Is undeniably bis. JOHN E. OWENS Is a typical citizen of Chicago, pro gressive and energetic. He Is deserv edly successful in all bis undertakings. EDWARD II. PETERS Is as considerate of tho rights of oth ers ns ho Is Insistent upon tho main tenance of his own. This Is ono of tbo reasons of bis great popularity. FRANK O. LOWDEN s a mnn whom to know is to respect. He hns nn honored unmo In tho busi ness world. THOMAS N. JAMIE80N makes friends and holds them by fair ami honorable business methods nnd square dealing with his fellow-citizens. TOM N. DONNELLY ' Is liked by all wbo are acquainted with bis many excellent traits of char acter. ARTHUR JOSETTI has won tho high reputation which ho enjoys by bnrd work und honorable methods. JOSEPH TJIEURER In all walks of lifo bas been stead fast to tho old adnge, nud proved Its truth: "Honesty Is tbo best policy," U. S. SENATOR A. J. HOPKINS is n typical Chlcngonn, energetic, plucky, nud Invariably successful In every wnlk or life, THEODORE OEHNE Is a man of good attainments and ex celKot qunlltles, nnd therefore popu lar m well as successful. ri;ncmim:uixo work starts. Work on the house renumbering sys tem for Chicago has been started hy John 1. Riley, superintendent qt the city map department. The ordinance requiring the change does not become effective until September 1, 1IKK, but Mr. Riley said that It would require an enormous amount of detail work to get the number changed on every house In Chicago, lie proposes that the owner of every piece of properly shall present to the city map department a legal de scription of his property. The city will be divided Into districts, and the prop erty owners of each will be asked to as certain the correct number of their premises. EDWARD T1LDEN has always been ready to devote to the welfare of tile"" community that business ability and Industry which has contributed so much to his per sonal success. JOHN F. SMULSKI knows how to mnkc friends and to re tain them, lie Is n man for whom all who know him have tho highest re spect. JOIIX C. FETZFR Is one of those men whoso pledge Is tantamount to performance, nnd whom everybody likes and respects. FRED L. WILK Is a mnn of sound judgment, strength of purpose nnd grcnt nctlvlty. He hns never failed In the pcrformnnce of his ilutles In life or the accomplishment of bis undertakings. CLAYTON R. CRAFTS Is n Chlcngonn In tho truest sense of tho word. Progressive, public-spirited nnd active, he possesses tho best at tributes of true citizenship. j. j. aERAGirrr enn count Ills personal friends by tho hundred, a fact due to his many esti mable characteristics and his unchang ing, even temperament. JOHN S. COOPER Is progressive, enterprising nnd Indus trlous. Such men nre nlwnys sure to make n success in life. KICKHAM SCANLAN Is n mnn of the highest standing in tho community; upright nnd just In nil tho affairs of life nnd Indefatigable In the pcrformnnce of nil tho duties thereof. JOHN M. SMYTH has well earned the good will of tho community which bo enjoys to such a lnrge extent ARBA N. WATERMAN Is ono of ho men who would repre sent the people well anywhere. JOHN H. JONES Is liked most by those wbo know him best. All who hnvo bnd business re lations with him nro united In bearlug testimony to this fact. WILLIAM A. DOYLE Is ns good nud true a citizen as over called Chicago his hoiife. Every duty of citizenship hns nlwnys been faith fully discharged by him. PETER FORTUNE holds nn honored plnco among those who by great ability, Industry nnd sound judgment conttibuto to tho growth and upbuilding of Chicago. THOMAS F. KEELEY hns earned the high regard of his fel low citizens ns n mnn loyal to friends nnd faithful to principle. JOHN T. CONNERY In all relations of Ufa nover deviates from thoso principles of strnlgktfor wnrdtrsa nnd Integrity which have vat lm golde- "talons everywhere. JOHN M. EWWN Is a mnn of sound Judgment. Ho hns tho knack of easily making warm friends, nnd having mnde a friend, retaining his7 friendship. JOHN TAYLOR BOOZ possesses in on eminent degree those merits and qualities which go to ninke up the truo Chlcngonn. Ho is best liked by those wbo know him best. CLYDE A. MORRISON hns mndo thorough performance of duty, fulfillment of all agreements with bis fellow men In tbo spirit and the letter and exact justice In all things tho guiding principles of bis successful career. ABEL DAVIS, honest, upright nnd truc-henrted, be makes friends and wins the esteem of all wbo become acquainted with him. JAMES PEASE has the highest Ideals of honorable citizenship and Is truo to them. There Is no man In Chicago who stands high er In public esteem. AUSTIN T. DOYLE Is a man of sterling qualities of head nnd heart ; successful In all bis under takings. ALBERT II. TUTNEr hns a flue record for probity nnd fctrlctly honorable methods. He has made himself respected In every walk in life which he. has been engaged. JUDOE THEODORE BREXTAXO stands well- In the community ns an upright and public-spirited citizen. Ills success in life is duo to his ster ling qualities of head and heart. ALFRED 0, LAXIO Is n public-spirited citizen who Is ns popular as he Is prosperous in his busi ness pursuits. ROGER C. SULLIVAN maintains In till affairs of public and private life thohlgbest Ideals of bou orahlo manhood. JOHN P. HOPKINS a mnn of true worth nnd sterling In tegrity, Is Justly regarded ns one of Chicago's valued citizens. CYRIL It. JANDP8 through n busy and careful life bns earned tho respect nnd good will of tho cntlro community.. nON. FRED W. UPI1AM has n high conception of the duties of good citizenship nnd has always lived up to them. E. R. BLISS hns tho respect nud good wishes of every one with whom he comes lu con tact. MARTIN J. UREKN belongs to that clues of citizens who never know failure, nor allow any ob stacle to deter them In a worthy en terprise once undertaken. GEORGE B. SWIFT Is n man of keen discernment prompt of action, nnd persistent ns well ns honorable in method ; is invariably suc cessful. HON. B. A. ECKHART can nlwnys bo relied upon to bo loynl to friends, truo to principle nnd faith ful to his word, henco his friends and admirers are legion. CHARLES II. WACKER active, energetic, enterprising and public-spirited, hns mndo n success of nU his undertakings, and Is ranked by common consent among our very best citizens. ROY O. WEST Is a man who invariably wins and re tail. toe confidence and liking of all Wbo hart dstlla wttk kfca. ' 'r:'?BBBBBBHs7HssssK4':- . taBeeVIHpt bbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbV. jbWisbbbbbbbbbbbbk' ltr LbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbV?9 . bbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbkv''!? ALBERT J. HOPKINS, Republican Nominee for United States 8enator. ALEXANDER II. REVELL Is a man of untarnished reputation nnd of commanding ability in the conduct of bis affairs. . MAX EBERHARDT hns mnde It n rule through llfo to ac cord fair play ns well as to dctnnnd It In nil things. Everybody who knows him trusts ns well as likes him. WALTER S. BOGLE Is modest nnd unassuming, but the peo ple appreciate him Just tho same. JOHN It. CAVBRLV has the deserved reputation of being ono of the most capable and reliable men of nffairs In Chicago. CHARLES J. VOPICKA enn refer with pride to a line record as well iih nu honored name In this community. PHILIP KNOPF hns never been known to undertake what he could not accomplish, nor fall to accomplish what ho hns undertaken. JAMES A. SACKLEY hns hosts of friends who admire him for his ninny merits nnd good qunll tles. NICHOLAS MIOIIELS Is a citizen of excellent standing and faultless record. HARRY RUBENS is honest, able and upright In all rela tions of life. PETER PETERSON possesses nil of those solid and cstlmn ble qualities which make tho most use ful citizen. ERNEST HUMMEL enjoys the estcjmi nnd respect of nil who admire the highest qunlltles of good citizenship, which In him nre fully exemplified RUDOLPH BRAND hns gnlncd success by forco of chnroe- tor, Industry, Integrity and ability. A. S. IUBBARD Is noted for his excellent business abilities nnd his faithful udhcrenco to high Ideals of duty. ADA.M OUTSEIFEN Is a mnu whoso well-known ability and public spirit places him In tho front ranks of our most useful cltlzons. WILLIAM LEGNER hns n splendid record for good citizen ship, personal Integrity and first-class ability. ADOLF BERGMAN Is a useful citizen faithful to duty and deservlug of tho good will of all. 11. E. L. DOGGETT Is a man whom Chicago is proud to claim as one of its typical 'citizens. FRED A. BUSSE has n flawless record as a citizen nnd a typical Chlcngonn, GEORGE W. JACKSON hns tbo experience nnd the ability to make a success of all bis undertakings. MATTHIAS J. JACOBS Just nnd fair In nl) his dealings, pos sesses the confidence and good will of all who know him.' ADAMS A. GOODRICH bns nlwnys put truth, honor, and jus tice before expediency; hence tho es teem with which ho Is looked upon by all who know him. HENRY SHERMAN BOUTBLL hns proven by his successful career that brains, experience nnd lutegrlty form an irresistible combination In any line of business. PETER U. OLSEX enjoys n widespread und well-earned popularity. HOSEA W. WELLS holds n foremost plnce In tho front ranks of tho best citizens In this com munity. WILLIAM DAVIDSON Is pleasant and genial of manner, obliging nnd faithful to his promises, and therefore popular nnd respected. ANDREW J. GRAHAM never neglected an opportunity to do good for bis fellow citizen, nnd In the course of his career has mndo thou sands of loynl friends. FRANCIS STUYVESANT PEABODY Is n competent nnd thorough man of affairs. Whatever bo does be does well and thoroughly. JOHN 0. SPRT n mnn of many excellent qunlltles, Is brnlny, reliable and always steadfast to friends nnd to tho lino of duty. LEO ERNST hns an envinblo record for nbsoluto honesty in nil his business relations, nctlvo support and rympathy for nil movements for tho betterment of tho city nnd his fellow-men nnd for nil tho qunlltles that go to mnko up the Ideal citizen. ALBERT N. KOSENEGK Is honornblo nnd fair in nil bis rela tions with his fellow citizens, upright as ho is cnpnblo and straightforward. BENJAMIN FTRICHOLFON besides being a model citizen, takes n good man's pnrt In every movement for tho benefit of tho city. HARRY HILDRETH bns earned by nn houcst, upright life, tho good will and respect of tho cn tlro community. VIRGIL M. BRAND has always been known us a man of his word. PHILIP R. BRAND has over been faithful to friends nnd loynl to 'principle, n fnct which nc counts for his great popularity und tho host of friends who swenr by him. WILLIAM II. LYMAN. Is n mnn of acknowledged ability, good Judgment and common sense. JAMES S. HOPKINS Is a man In whoso career lutegrlty and ability go band In band. MISSOURI BEAUTY A SUICIDE. Most Beautiful Wo mm in St ft to Killr. Self for Love. May William, tln most beautiful joung woman In Missouri, committed mil clilf In IiiniiM City. The rt-funl of her parents to allow her to marry the iiinu of her choice and their threat that they would Mop llie proMiieil wedding by semi Ilia tier to a m-IiudI e.tused the suicide. Re sides being noted for her beauty Mis Williams wax nu hclic. Ilnil s'.ie lived she would have mine Into $I..(NX) In a few mouth. I.at je.ir Ml Williams wn winner in a otlng contest to deter mine the imt be.uttlfiil woman In the State. Altlinuch but I" nr old. the girl wa noted for her ailraethe feature from gltlliood. In the coutt she was nn easy winner, nnd since then Ins been known ns the "Missouri beauty." The loe nffnlr whlHi cnit-nl the islrl'H denth began home time ago. Her parent lie clnied Hint he wn too j otitic to inirry and ordered her to "top prrtarntlntu for the marrhtgf. Thl the girl rofifed to do. and wan told that utiles die agreed fIic would ho nent to the girl' Industrial uliool at Chlllltothe. The other night Mies William nked her parents If they would withdraw tlielr opposition. They refilled ng.iln. The girl then went to her room ninl took carbolic acid. She was unconscious when found and tiled shortly nfter. OLD ATTORNEY IS GUILTY. Moses D. Brown Fined 81,000 nnd Associates Sent to Prison. Chicago's oldest practicing lawyer, Moses !. Ilrowti, with Mrs. Ruth E. I.ntighllu nnd Austin F. Kelly, wns found guilty by n Jury hi Judge Wlndes' court of conspiring to tnke the life of Mrs. Annie E. Xolnlu. the attorney receiving n fine of 91,4)1)1), while hi two confeder ate were oeiitenced to the penitentiary for from one to live years, ltrown, who Is S'l years old, seemed to be crushed by the hard Irony of hi situation. Tho case will be appealed. The defendants were accused of plotting to get Mrs. Xolaln's projAirty. FIGHT FOR THE PENNANTS. Standing of Clubs In Principal Base Ball Leagues. NATIONAL LKAOlin. W. I.. w. u Pittsburg ...ill :i!l('liiclunntl ...1 Ti'J New York..."!i -10 Boston -UI fid Chicago .....S 42 St. Louis.... a: (III Phll'delphlii ,':i -H Rrookhn ...!!8 (10 AMflltCAN IKAOUE. W. I.. W. T. Detroit ....(12 .T.I Boston 1!) M St. Louis... Ill -12 Philadelphia 17 ."It Chicago ....."kS I.-, WiiKhlnsioii. .'Ml (It Cleveland ..."S IT, Xew York...:W US AMLII1CAN ASSOCIATION. W. I.. W. I- Toledo 117 -tSKiiiiMtH City.." I (II Inillnnnp'lls (ill .'1 Milwnuken ...VI (t.'i Columbus ..iir, XI Louisville ...70 -IS Minneapolis ,VS .".!) St. Paul ill 82 WKSTKft.V I.UAOL'i:. W. L. W. I- Omaha II -12 Denver "! .',(1 Slotu City.. (HI 17 Pueblo 47 ) Lincoln ,...,"S .i) Des Moines.. US 70 Storm Strikes Dakota Town. A tornado mriick Manilan, X. D., nnd damaged trees and building to the ex tent of S.'iO.OOO. A hoy was picked up by the wind and carried tlireo blocks, lln wns seriously hrtllstd. The roof of the Inter Ocean Hotel, a three-story struc ture, was loosened nud crushed Into the dining-room. The Lcnrnrs Hotel was unroofed. Houses were tipped over and many windows weie shattered. Turkish Minister Is Recalled. Melimed All lley, the Turkish minis ter to Hie Pulled States, admitted that he had received advice from his govern ment recalling him from his post lu Washington. Miiudjl lley, consul gener al of Turkey at Xew York, has been ap pointed charge, d'affaires pending tho ar rival of a new minister. Nine Lost In Shipwreck. The Gloucester fish schooner Magglo nnd May, an elghty-llve-ton ship owned by O, Pcnuls, of Gloucester, was run down nt sea by the German schoolshlp Fryen, nnd was lost wlHi nine of her crew, including C.ipt, Erlck McCathoran. Tho accident occurred sixty miles off tho Nova Scotia coast. Dies In Political Meeting. Dr. O. T. Pratt died in tho Audito rium nt Los Angeles, Cnl whero 2,tXX) people were gathered tho other night to hear Alton B. Parker of Now York open tbo Democratic national campaign, ' Breaks Own Air Record, Wilbur Wright lias broken ills own nir record by keeping his acroplnno aloft for nearly thrco minutes and u half and traveling at tho rata of thirty-six miles, Czar Ousts Grand Duke, -Following criticism iu tho Rusnlan dttma, tho Czar relieved Grand Duke Nicholas Nlcholalvitch of tho presidency of tho council for national defense. Harry Thaw n BanVupt. Harry K. Thaw has enter oaukruptcy Iat Pittsburg, ami a move Is seek to fight tie heavy expenses of trl' TORTURE ANP ROB TWO WOMEN. Masked Men In Pennsylvania Get Small Sum, but Miss f? 1,500. Thice masked men enteled the home of Miss Maria ile tlnrinn. In n remote part of Washington County. Peiiiirylvnulu, after battering down the door, hound and gngged Ml. tie (iarino nnd her niece. Mis Llzidc llartumn, Hie only occup-iuts of the house, nud robbed them of their jewelry and a mu.ill amount of cash. Carpets wete lnsiW. m.iltresses ripped open and chests broken Into. When no l.trge sum of money wns found the wom en were tortured until the elder otic faint ed und the men left. Ml llurtmnii, bleeillug and cut, nt lnt freed herself from I he lopes nnd lelensed her mint. Sums of ?I,(HK) nnd $.'K.m which had been received the day before for a timber tract were found where the rohheis had over looked them. SAYS HE KILLED FATHER. Missouri Boy 10 Years Old Confesses Shooting Parent After Qunrrel. Robert Kenney, 1!) .tears old. ha con fessed that he murdered his father. Cote mnn It. Kenney, near Lupus, Mo., July 20. according to it statement by the proe ruling attorney. The olliclnl sitj the boy miiile this statement to him: "I quar reled with my father over a mare nnd a colt. He refused to give me tho mare ,and ordered me to leave the house and never come buck. I went upstairs to my room, where 1 kept my trunk. I siiw ray rlllo on the rnck, took It nnd went down fctalrs, where I found my father sitting on n chnlr. One side of hi face wn turned toward me. I raised my rifle and fired. When I went to him he was dead. He never spoke nfter I fired." HAIL STORM DESTROYS CROPS. Nine Counties In South Dakota Swept Loss on Many Farms. Nine South Dakota counties, including Wnlworlh, McPherson, Edmunds, Brown, Faulk, Spink, and Clark, were swept by a hall storm, which at some points was forty miles In width. Reports Indicate that the loss to crops will he from 2." sr cent to total. The loss would have been enormous were It not for the fact that much of the grain has been cut. The heaviest damage retried Is lu the coun try from Ashton to the Clark Comity line, where hartestlng had not been pro gressing rapidly. Mound City. Ill Camp bell County, reports twenty-five farms swept clean by hail, JEALOUSY CAUSES DEATH. Man Shoots Farmer Ho Sees with His Divorced Wife. David Alexander, !KI vents old, wns shot and killed near ColTeyvllle, Kan., by William Hill, nged 28. When Hill saw his dlvoiceil wife ilrlfe past In a htiggy accoiniuuled by Alexander he secured his shotgun und stinted lu pursuit He over tool; t lie couple and discharged a load of buckshot at Alexander, literally blowing his bead off, Tho woman w.is womid"d slightly by stray shot. Hill escaped. Both men me farmers. Suicide Closes Two Banks. Following tho suicide of .loliu (2. Lund of Minneapolis, "the land man" nud one time millionaire, two banks, ot which Mr. Lund was president, closed their doors In order that tho accounts might bo checked and tho securities examined. Tho batiks nro the Roblilnsdalo State bank nnd tho First Xnlional bank of llelle Plnlne. It is declared by those in chargo that the closing will ho temporary. Gives Hand to Save Boy, Chnrles Luckenhlll, a farmer nt Blnck Horse, Pa., lost a hnnd In order to wive the llfo of n 41-year-old hniofoot boy. A rltchfoik wns falling directly upon the lad's head from a wagon In oat ban est lug, when Luckenhlll thrust forward his hand and pushed the boy nwny. The sharp tines punctured several bones of his hand and inflicted such injuiies that am putation wns necessary. Kills nt Station; Nearly Lynched. Frank McCormack, a hotel bus driver, wns shot nnd Instantly killed by .Inmes Goodlovp, proprietor of n riirnl hotel, at tho Pennsylviiuln railway station nt l'p per Sandusky, Ohio, A mob attempted to lynch 4!oolloc. Women on tho deiwt platform fainted nud n panic followed tho shooting, Tho men hail long quar reled over business rivalry. Auto Blows Up; Two Die, Two Hurt. Mrs. Mary Ilowtliiu, di ,c.irs old, and Mrs. Rose ltekwlth, -l.'l jears of age, were Instantly killed; Fred Hcckwlth, 45 years old, wns perhaps fatally Injured, and llessln lleckwllh, 111 years, his daugh ter, Imdly bruised nud burned by the ex plosion of a steam automobile near Palncsville. 01ilo.i Bogus Customers Rob Dealer. Unconscious from blows on the head, Frank Spiularo, a wholesale fruit dealer In Boston, wns found by his employes in a basement to which he ltnd gone with two pretended customers, and $2,000 which Spnihiro had in his pockets was missing. Four Killed In Train Wreck. Four persons were killed and four others wero Injured, two piobably fatally, when an engine on tho tramrond ot the Livingston Lumber Company struck ,av cow and plunged Into a aecp ravine near Livingston, Texas. iJV3yi;Wl S w mr&s BF-rWJffS' Au r.-.