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1 '." THE OHIOAQO EAGLE, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 1908. TRUST HAS RAISED THE PRICE OF FOOD 'tolXjS, Tfl' CITY HALUTEMS. News of Municipal Administration Given Briefly and to the Point for Eagle Readers. UMfal Information, Interesting Facts and Personal Gossip Tersely Told by One Who Knows. LINCOLN PARK IMlMtOVKMKNTS I'LANNHD. A new refectory, cost Inn $00,000, will lie erected In Lincoln Park to re place tlio old one now there. The new structuro will bo at the head ot the south lagoon and roads will Ihj con structed lending to It ami the zoo. ICxtcnslveo ImprovineiitH will aoon be started by the pnik coiiiiiiIkhIoiicih on that part ot tho park directly east of Center street, mid to the rear of the Academy of Sciences. This tract of land wan tho original park and Is cut up Into roads and paths on linen of old fashioned landscape gardening. Tho refectory will Imj of n crescent shape. UNITKD 1'OLICH Hti-KLKCT LKAD KR8. The second aunual convention of the United 1'ollco of Chicago was held fn Itecital Hall Inst Sunday. Following tho reading of the annual reportM of the otllcers of the organization, which was founded November .'I, 11)07, nticl the election of ollleers, Chief Shlppy, As slstnut Corporation Counsel Frank Chllds and Harvey Strlcklor, attorney for tho organization, addressed tho 400 delegates who attended tho convention. Tho following olllccrs were re-elected: Patrolman Frank Daley, president; Captain Max Dnnner, vice-president; Patrolman John O'Donuell, ilnnnclnl secretary; Patrolman Fred Comstock, secretary; Patrolman John F. O'Con nell, treasurer. Members of the execu tive board' elected were: Captain John McWeenoy, Patrolman John McDowell, Operator Wilbur A. Charlcton, Ber gen nt Iticbnrd Bupplc, Hcrgcant William-P. Rohan,, Sergeant John W. An derson. There am now more than 4,000 members and f 0,058.04" In 'the treasury, according to tho report ot tho financial secretary. ALFRED O, LANtO enjoys a widespread and well-earned popularity. CLYDE A. MORRISON has the esteem and good will of all who know blm and who are acquaint ed with bis many good qualities. HOWARD TILDRN has built up a reputation In this city of which any man might well feel proud. CLAYTON E. CRAFTS has a high conception of the duties of citizenship and Uvea up to It. He ia a nan whom to know Is to respect. ' JOSEPH A. O'DONNttLL deaervea in an eminent degree that large share of, popularity and public confidence which Is undeniably bis. THEODORE OEHNB Is a typical citizen of Chicago, pro gressive and energetic. He Is deserv edly successful in all his undertakings. THOMAS F. KEEL7.Y never falters when once bis mind Is made up as to the right and the wrong of a question. He Is always on the right side, regardless or all other con slderatlous or consequences. ALBERT N. ROBENEGK Is a man whom to know Is to respect. He has an honored name In the busi ness world. JAMBS A. SACKLWT is as good and true a citizen as ever called Chicago bis home. Every duty of citizenship lias always been faith fully discharged by blm. JOHN M. EWHN Is liked by all who are acquainted with bis many excellent traits of char acter. JUDGE THEODORE BRENTANO bas won the high reputation which be enjoys by bard work and honorable methods. J. J. GERAOHTY In all walks of life bas been stead fast to the old adage, and proved Its truth; "Honesty la the best policy." ADAMS A. GOODRICH is a typical Ohlcagoan, energetic, plucky,' and Invariably successful In every walk or lire. FRANK O. LOWDFJN Is a man of good attainments and ex cellwit qualities ud therefore popu lai as wel aa successful. A. S. HIBBAHn Is as considerate of tbe rights f oth ers .as be la Insistent uposv the stain- WILDINGS AND GROUNDS BODY. Plans for the construction of forty four new schools, additions and sites, Involving an expenditure of $8,000,000, were submitted to the building and grounds committee of tho Board of Kducntioii by Superintendent Kdvvln G. Cooley and wero approved by tho com mittee. This amount will bo exetided wlthlu tho next two years for tho re lief of overcrowded school buildings, If the board at Its meeting next Wed nesday approves the program ot the Superintendent. WILLIAM II. LYMAN. Is enterprising and progressive, as well as cnpablo and careful in tbe con duct of all affairs entrusted to him, hence his luvarlablo success. JAMES J. GRAY knows bow to make friends and to re tain them. He is a man for whom all who know blm have the highest re spect. GEORGE A. BLBTTNER bns always been ready to devote tto tbe welfare of tbe community that business ability and Industry which bas contributed so much to bis per sonal success. JOHN C. FETZF.R Is one of those men whose pledge Is tantamount to performance, and whom everybody likes and respects. WILLIAM DAVIDSON Is a man of sound Judgment, strength of purpose and great activity. He bas never failed In the performance of bis duties In life or tbe ( accomplishment of bis undertakings. JOHN TAYLOR BOOZ la a Chlcagoan In the truest sense of tbe word. Progressive, public-spirited and active, be possesses the best at tributes of true citizenship. WILLIAM LEGNER enn count his personal friends by the hundred, a fact due to his many esti mable characteristics and hla unchang ing, even temperament. ABEL DAVIS, a citizen whose record Is one to be proud of, Is a man whose friends are myriad and whoso name commands re spect everywhere. JOHN V. CLARKE Is a man of tbe blgbest standing In the community; upright and Just In all tbe affairs of life and Indefatigable In the performance of all the duties thereof. ADOLF BERGMAN a capable man, combining eunrgy with Intelligence, be la Justly regarded and respected as a valuable member of the community. PHILIP R. BRAND Is liked most by those wbo know blm best. All who have bad business re lations with blm are united In bearing testimony to tbls fact. HARRY HILDRBTII makes friends and holds them by fair and honorable business methods and square dealing with bla fellow-citizens. JOHN E. OWENS holds nn honored place among those who by great ability, Industry and sound Judgment contribute to the growth and upbuilding of Chicago. ARTHUR JOSETTI bas earned the high regard of his fel low citizens aa a man loyal to friends and faithful to principle. CHARLES J. VOPICKA In all relations of life never deviates from those principles of straightfor wardness and Integrity which have vta Mm golde Anions everywhere. HON. S5INA R. CARTER Is a man of sound Judgment, ne has tbe knack of easily making wa,rm friends, and having made a friend, retaining bis friendship. WALTER 8. BOGLE possesses In an eminent degree those merits and qualities which go to make up' tbe true Chlcagoan. He Is best liked by those wbo know him best JOHN T. OONNEPY has made thorough performance of duty, fulfillment of all agreements wltb hla fellow aaen.ln the spirit and the: letter. a met' Jostle, la aU A. G. LANIO Is a capable man of affairs, honorable In bis dealings, and assiduous In at tention to bis prosperous business. WILLIAM II. WEBER honest, upright and true-hearted, be makes friends and wins tbe esteem of all wbo become acquainted with him. PHILIP KNOPF' has tbe blgbest Ideals of honorable citizenship and Is true to them. There Is no man In Chicago wbo stands high er In public esteem. FRED A. BUSIES Is a man of sterling qualities of head and heart ; successful In all bla under takings.' II. B. L. DOGGETT has a fine record for probity and strictly honorable methods. He has made himself respected In every walk In life which he has been engaged. B. R. BLISt stands well In tbe community ns an upright and public-spirited citizen. Ills success in life is duo to his ster ling qualities of head and heart. CYRIL R. JANDT'S la a public-spirited citizen wbo Is ns popular as he prosperous In his busi ness pursuits. MAX EBBRHARUT maintains In ull affairs of public and private life the highest Ideals of hon orable manhood. ERNEST IIUMMKL la a man who takes pride In Chicago and of whom Chicago Is proud. ALEXANDER H. REV ELL enjoys a widespread and veil-earned popularity. ,vd t,, ci--f s 'v. HasBsssssW' - 'MaSBBBBBBBBBBBsffBBBBBBBW - ' WIIBSBBBBBbP BSBBBm Wi! sjrWTABSSSSSSSSBne x BSSSSSSSSSSSM 'nltiHmaBBBi''? 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PUTNKf has a high conception of the duties of vood cltlzenshlD and has alwnvs lived 'up to them. VIRGIL- M. BRAND bas tbe respect'' and good wishes of every one with whom be comes In con tact. ROY O. WEPT belongs to that class of citizens wbo never know failure, nor, alio any ob stacle to deter them In a worthy en terprise once undertaken. HON. B. A. ECKMAT1T Is a man of keen discernment; prompt of action, and persistent aa well as honorable In method ; Is luvarlably suc cessful. - JOHN M. SMYTH can always te relied upon to be loyal to friends, true to principle and faith ful to his word, hence his friends and admirers ore legion. JOHN C. SPRT bas hosts of friends wbo admire him far his inauy merits and good quali ties. JOHN 8. COOPER Is modest and umiosuiulng, but tbe peo ple appreciate him Just tbe same. ARBA S. WATERMAN Is a citizen of excellent stnudlug and faultless record. BHBMBHBJL 'jBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBJ BaBaBaBaBaBaBaBaBbsaBaBKPAB? BaBaBaBaBaBaBaBaBaBaBabbV GEORGE K.8QHMIDT, MARTJN J. BREEN Is a man who invariably wins and re tnliiw. the confldense and liking of all who have deaUs with blm. AUSTIN J. DOYLE Is a mau ot untarnished reputation and of commanding ubllity In the conduct of his affairs. . TOM N. DONNELLY has made It n rule through life to ac cord fair play ns well as to demand It In nil thing. Everybody who knows him trusts ns well aa likes him. FRANCIS 8TUYVB8ANT PEA BODY has the deserved reputation of being one of the most capable and reliable men of affairs In Chicago. ' RUDOLPH BRAND can refer with pride to a flue record ns well ns au honored name In tbls community. CARL L. BARNES has never been known to undcrtnke what he could not accomplish, nor fall to accomplish what he has undertaken. NICHOLAS MICIIEM active, energetic, enterprising and public-spirited, has made a success of nV bin undertakings, and Is ranked by common consent among our very best citizens. HENRY SHERMAN BOUTBLL Is honest, able and upright In all re! a tlons of life. JOSEPH THElinEIl possesses all of those solid and estlmo blc qualities which make the most use fill citizen. COL. JAMES HAMILTON LFWIS is noted for Ills excellent business nbllltles and his faithful adherence to high Ideals of duty. NEWS 0FTHE 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. WOMAN MORMON AGAIN EXILED. Submits to Being Taken from Fam ily Rather than Chango Faith. Itnlher tliiiu deny mi mtlclo of her fnllti, IMpliliic DaihNwortli. mi English woman, 1M jears old, luw twice Hiilnnlt trd lo exile from those ulie holds dear nnil fared forth among M rancors, home leu. Mint IMiNuorlh became, a corner! to MorinonUm in England. At the immi gration olllce In Boston xlie win nuked if ulie believed In the practice of xilBf.my. "I believe In the doctrine of plural nmr rlflKe," he replied. Under tlio law no lel!eer In polygamy ran enter the United State. The girl wan net awldtf for de portation niyl later, despite the personal appeal of Senator Hmoot at Wellington, wax returned to England. An attempt to enter the United State by way of Mon treal proved more miccesHfnl and two week ago the .voting woman Joined her family In K.ilt Mke. News of her com ing reached the earn of the luimlgrMlon authorities nnil she was put on .a train IkjiiihI for Montreal In the custody of au Immigration officer. ROOSEVELT TO JUNOLES EARLY. Sate of Sailing ot Hunting Party to Africa Is Set for March 13. From an excellent authority It linn been lesrned that President Roosevelt plans to leave New York on March 13, nine days after the Inauguration, by the North Gcr man Lloyd liner Koeulg Alltert for Naples via Gibraltar, where the liner Is due on March 25. Resides hi. mn, Kermlt, who will take photographs of the big gamo In Africa, he will be accompanied by a pro fessor from the Smithsonian Institute and sn official from the Navy Department. So far no arrangements have been made for the six months the party will spend In Uganda province, between the roast and rort Florence, n ulstr.nce of W miles. On Lake Victoria Nianzu the party will embark for EiitcblK1, in Central Africa. One thing N certain Mr. Roosevelt will not enter the Kongo territory. BUILDER BALKED BY ROOF. Frail Wife of Cripple Erects Four Story Walls, but Then Stops. After having built with her own hands the walls of a four-story conereto house, Mm. Charles Itlco of Verona, N. .1., ha. (onio to a part of the woik which .he admits pities her, She does not sec how flic Is going to put on the roof. She uiy. (die knows how the hcantx should be joined and she knows what I ho proper pitch should be, but she does. not know how she is going lo put the beams in place. They arc too heavy for her to lift and she ha. no tackle with which to raise, them. Mie say. .he Is practically at the end ot her mean, and Is uunbhi to hire men to help her. Mrs. Rice Is a frail woman. Her luifcband is a cripple and has been unable to assist ber in her house building. WIND WAGON AERONAUT HURT. Dr. Julian P. Thomas Pinned Under His Own Apparatus. While experimenting with hi. "wind wagon" Ir. Julian 1'. Thomas, the New York aeronaut, in trying to avoid a mo torcycle, swerved to one side, causing the collapse of the foro part of the wind wagon. Or, Thomas was pinned to the earth under tho heavy machinery. He was carried to the club rooms unconscious and remalffed In that state for several minutes. He suffered no internal Injuries, but it is fen red th.it serious gpiuul tiou bl may result. Condemned; Confesses Second Crime, Halvatoru (Jarrlto, an Italian, was ex ecuted in Reading, l'a for the murder of Timothy Kelleher of Pittsburg, a member of the State police. Kelleher was stiibbcd to death In attempting to rescue a young woman from tiarrlto. (iarrlto left a statement that he muidered n man In Italy for which crime n brother Is serving twenty-live years. Cremated Before a Crowd. The Alberta Hotel wuh burned In Gran nls, Aik. Tlio tint wan caused by the ex plosion of a kerosene lamp, Georgo Tram mel ot Greenwood was burned to death All tho other guest, escaped by Jumping from windows. Trammel', window was too .mall for him to crawl through, lie was slowly roasted to death in sight of the onlookers. Leaps to Death from Bridge. Mr., A. Rothcnbcrg, 24 year, of age, wife of the minister of the Franklin Circle Disciple Churoli, ended her life by jumping from the Abbey street brldgo In Cleveland to the railroad, tracks, eighty feet below. She was dead when picked up, Tho cause for tlio milclde I. not kuovvu, Ends Life In Niagara Falls. Charles A. Hengcrer, former vlco pres ident ot tho William Hengercr Company, one of tho largest department stores in llulfalo, committed suicide nt Niagara Fall, by jumping Into tho river and going 'oyer the fall.. No causo for suicide 1. known. Steel Officials Pay Fines, David II. Andrews, president ot the Ro.ton Ilrldge Works, and Charles N. Fltts, secretary ot the New England Structural Iron Company, pleaded guilty In Roston to collusion in obtaining con tracts frost the city. Each paid a fine of BOY DIES TO SAVB MOTHER. Young Hero Dashes Into n Burning Houso in Effort to Rescuo Parent. The 8-jenr-ohl .on of Joseph Miller, mate on the steamer Kea, proved himself a hero In a Ore that cost the child lib life, fatally Injured his mother and de stroyed the Miller home In fan Diego, Cul. Mr.. Miller and her flvc children were In the house when a gasoline stove exploded, tilling the rooms with tinmen. Seeing that the children were on their way to safety, Mr.. Sillier attempted to jump from a kitchen window, hut her dress caught and .he bung suspended above the ground. The boy, Manuel, misting hi. mother, re-entered the houso and ran from loom to room searching for her. He entered the kitchen and when help arrived hi. body had been burned to n crisp. Mr.. Miller was burned severely before being rescued. ONE KILLED IN BOAT COLLISION. Low Water In Potomac Prevents Ferry Getting Out o Way. A collision occurred between the Nor folk and Washington .trainer City of Washington, Ixmnd from Norfolk for Washington, and the Washington and Alexiindrla ferryboat Ijickawnnim, bound from Washington to Alexandria, in tbe Potomac river, three mile, below Wash ington. Samuel Ilelankcn, 40 year, old, a merchant of Alexandria, but who re sided in Washington, was killed. The collision I. .aid to bo due to a condition of signal, and inability, on nccouut ot the low stage of tbe water, of the crow to handle the ferryboat quickly. Tho star board side of the Lackawanna wa. torn awny and the Imiw of the City of Wash--Ington wn. slightly dttiimgcd. The Lack awanna wa. beached. ' GALE HITS GOTHAM; KILLS BOY. Many Accidents Reported Attec Hurricane Strikes City. ' Many accident., one of which insulted fn the death of a 12-year-old boy In tho Ilronx, were reported throughout New York City Friday n. n result of the forty mile au hour gale that bad New Yoik In it. grip. Innumerable sign, and bill Itoarils were demolished nnil In the sub urban district, the hurricane played havoc with every loose roof with which It came In contact, in the river, and bay the seas kicked up by the gale inado navigation perilous for all the small craft. IMward McCarton, the 12-y ear-old son of a police man, wa. .truck and killed by a faWn flagpole, which wa. toru from the tower of the Morris high school by a terrific gu.t of wind. BURGLARS PLAY POKER. Rattling of Chips Arouses House holdTwo Intruders Captured. llurglhr. enjuyed a flue lunch and then played n game of poker for their victim's money in his own home. The rattling of the poker chips aroused tho family' of l.eroy Gleason In Cleveland. Glea.ou stole down the stair, and saw the burg lar, busily taking his own money. "I bet thirty," said one burglir. Ills com panion happened to glance up nt the door nnil kiivv Gleason. "I pass," he yelled, and shot through the open win dow. The other burglar, grabbed the swag and followed him. Two men an swering their descriptions were arrested shortly afterward. Overdose of Chloroform Kills. Michael P. Murphy, n veteran news paper mini, for year, holding editorial po sitions on Toledo papei. and former pro prietor and editor of the Sunday Courier Journal, wa. found dend In bed In Toledo. Ohio, Death wa. duo to nn overdose of chloroform, taken, It I. believed, to re lieve a scvero toothache. Part of Fleet at Manila. The Hag ship Connecticut and the Ver mont, Nebraska, Kansas and Georgia of the llrst mjuadmn of the Atlantic battle .hip fleet, went to Manila from Olongn pn for (oal and .tores, Tho calibration of the gun. on the ships i. about com pleted and the squadron will soon begin target practice. More than 100 Horses Burn. Firn which started in the basement of the Shea livery stnble on Kelhy avenue, next to the Angus Hotel In St. Paul, is believed to have cost the lives of three men, and 101 horses wero destroyed. Olaf Johnson, an employe, and two other men are missing. The loss I. estimated at $50,000. $8,606,110 for Army Posts. Au Item of $'-',000,110 for barrack, and quarter, at coast artillery post, will be included in tho estimate, of appropria tions to be sent to Congress till, year by the War Department, Some of this money I. required for barracks at Fort Wads worth, New York, where the men are quartered in old casemates. Three Persons Found Dead. Mox Devore, his wife and their son Charles, 111 yeai. old, were found dead In their homo in Columbus, Ohio, hnving been asphyxiated by gas escaping from a stove. Discover Gold in Congo. Report, received from R, D, Mohun, leader ot tbe American expedition in tbe Congo, stste tbst bo ha. discovered rich deposits of go!s tin and copper ia the ,f:..'(,.3..rUM a q.mp.'; k v . ' let.