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PjSjFjf - . Y- . 7rV7WV -M " "'S. THJ OHtCAOO EAGLE, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 1 908. NEWS FROfrl ILLINOIS. Items from All Over the State of Matters of Interest to Our Readers. Happenings of the Week from Cairo to Chicago Carefully Compiled for Busy Men. The Bergman Express and Storage Co, WlMLMALa AND RITAH. MALM- M COAL, WOOD AND COKB STORAGE Pvrnlturt Packing and Shipping Furniture and Piano Movor IIP -Jm Atmm OHfct, 111 TUphMi, North 301 Mm Mala 4499 BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBW . - BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBM BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBsk ' i ! BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBmelL : ' ll ! KmkI EtPE bbbbbbbbbbbbbbbrj- . bbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbx '" ' fl BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBjBBBx, BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBW aH sB. BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBi "''-- QERAQHTY & CO. Badges and Buttons, Manila and Oilcloth Signs 1 Lb SMlle Street, ChlCMgo, III, J. R SMULSKI & CO. 565 NOBLE STREET PRINTERS K1AZBTA KATOUCKA," the Best Ad-rtiitujr Medium among the Polish residents of Chicago and America. Apply for Prices. FOR PICNICS, FESTIVALS, ETC. H. JAMES KOLZE'S FINE ELECTRIC PARK AND HOTEL ACCOMMODATIONS Cor. Irvine Park Boulevard and N. W. 64th Street CHICAGO TANNER & CONLEY Merchant Tailors first-Class Wsrk at Moderate Price REAPER BLOCK 99 Washington St. CHICAGO TEL. CENTRAL 224 We Rent Tuxedts and Full Dress Suits Telephone North 185 Chat. Burmeiiter & Son UNDERTAKERS 303 and 305 LARRABEE ST. Ml WMCHTWOOD AVE, Mar Uscda Atmm Pfctm NertN 517 1 jJjtCCI PURE - PUREST tBWkW bum LfeE mm Ha2 : xiPmrnm rat Hl;Z on tiesi ps : xi9Mbw tunK. wbmw Zi NONE BETTER. Ik J. C. Grant Ciiemical Coipuj, K-t, Ml, 114 West U- St, OHIOAUG. J, M S PETER M. HOFFMAN, Re-elected Coroner of Cook County. SUPREME COURT DEFIED The Beef Trust defies the Supremo Court of the United States every day of Its existence. It defies and violates the permanent Injunction granted against It by the highest court of the country January 80, 1808. And such Is Its power, for harm, that no official can be found who will stand up for what the United States Supreme Court decreed on behalf of the people. The Beef Trust continues Its exist ence as a combination In restraint of trade and commerce. . It continues to fix and to maintain throughout the country a uniform and exorbitant price for meat in defiance of the mandate of the highest court In the Innd The temporary Injunction iMued by Judge I'ctcr S. Qrosscup May 20, 1002, nptlnst the Beef Trust was made per manent by the United States Supremo Court In a decision announced Janu ary 30, 1006. The decision establishes these points : Traffic In live stock transported from State to State Is interstate commerce and persons engaged in buying aud selling such live stock are engaged In Interstate commerce. The combination between dealers to suppress nil competition In the pur chase of live stock is an unlawful re straint of trade. The combination between dealers to fix and maintain a uniform price In the sale of meat throughout the coun try Is an unlawful restraint of trade. The combination of dealers to ob tain preferential railroad rates, Is an unlawful restraint of trade. All combinations suppressing compe tition between Independent dealers fall under the prohibition of the Sherman I Anti-Trust Act bbW ' Kf- V&B-? "z. ft PSIIli IK w-S JBSsvcvS0'r lVJVVftUii iKx M7w Ywv &? X"NNS V-rfNw, iliWiVtit f v'T ViiTviai' m -111111 Wnm WALTER 80HROJDA, Re-elected Ceunty Commlsiloner. Report of the Coadiilee ef the COMMERCIAL NATIONAL BANK OF OHIOAQO At the cluti; of IhhIiioxj Sept. I'll, 1003. IIKJillUltCr.N. Time loan ....SUI.STIMll.n.. IICIU.IIIII IIMIM, , .l,tlJII,U,.7,.ll Oforilrnrtii Ileal estate P. S. Iiomlx nt pur Oilier bonds, mill stocks Mock t'nmtni'ri'lnl National Safe Deposit I'd. (llauk lliillitliig) Duo from U. H. Treasurer .. . HOS.OOO.OO I'xolinnise for ' I e a r I n g iioiioi- i,ss().r,48.:o iiiio from Unix .i,.'mu,oii,ti L'unU io,:kh,i7(i:i S1,t)0S,4T2.a3 l.ll.ill.M 2S.Wltl.IO l.iiod.ono.im :i,7H,UI7.87 1,441,100.00 17,S3S,7.10.:i4 Total ; . . . ,34,snu',87a.37 LIABILITIES. Capital mock paid lu $ 11,000,000.00 HmiiiiiH futiii :i,ooo,ooo.oo fndlvlilcii protitx i,:i3i,738.:i8 Xutlonal iwnk nule otititund- . in i.noo.eoo.oo tlonil accouut no.ooo.oo Icioti 43,ODl,ia7.0D Total v f 34,302,870.37 OKOUOR K. ItODBIlTS, Preildent. NAT1IANIEI. It. IX)8CII, Caiblcr. '& ' , :if? 1 V&fr&h " TvBafaBsfssfssfsBafsT MMbWKBBBBn -aayTaam wBBBBBBBBBBBnmtJ'HiBWBBBBBBBBMtk bTssTssTssTssTssTssYSBM BYSBT BYSSYSsTssTssYSSYSsTs! BsaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaTA aaaar aBBSsaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaal BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBm 'K ' loM BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBM ssaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa-lssaaaa assaaaaaaaaaaaaH ADAM WOLF, Reetected Ceunty Aseeiier. DIRECTORS. Krnnklln MaeVeaxb, Robert II. McRlwee, William J. Chnlmers, Alexander K. Ilanki, Itobort T. Lincoln, Kdnaril I. Itunell, i:. II. (lary, Alfred fowlei. Darliu Miller, Joseph T. Talbert, Charlei V. Hnalrtlns, Italpli Van Vecliten, William V. Kelley, (Jtorso K. Itoberts. ThU Hank U pleaaea to place at (he dlapnaal at Urn onatomera the lavllltlr Kalneil durlnw forty-four yenm ul voiitlunoua aervlce aud Kruntb. 75 CENTS TO MILWAUKEE AND RACINE hut Trip 11.25 lirtki 50 Cinli Flrst-Clais Accommodations Large Atry Stateroonu Barry Line Steamers Docks: li. Ell Rith Strut Irldfi Phone Central 1740 City Tleket OMce t 303 1. Clark at WAGE ASSIGNMENT LAW INVALID Nlntc Ml pro mo Citurl Knock It Out tlontoiv of Oim Provision. SectloiiH o( tin' IIIitinN lawn which .per tain to the n-nlsmii'Mit of wnsrs nro ile rlnrcil lnfillil in n ileclxlou of the Su preme Coin t liatiilcil ilouil in tlio on 50 of 1'orr.v .1, .Mnsslp v. Clinrle K. Ccinin. Mnp, nn ciiiilnjf of it Chlt-nRo new iapcr, nmitp iin ns-lK'Mini.-nt of his wurps in eollntci'iil for n lo.iii, for wlilcli nn excessive into of lnlprft xvns clmrRed, and wlii'ii tlnontoiiod with court proceed Iiirm u nli" n lie paid I ho principal mid In terest tie filed n hill claiming that tinder the Ktiitutc thn loan wim not valid find anked that It he iiuieoled. The demurrer of the appellee whm uvcrrtileil liy the low er court and it decree entered In favor of the appolhinl. Section 4 of the exemption law of 111111014 declare void every align ment of wngei to he collected In whole or In part more llian nix niontln after the iiinklnit of Hitch aitlsiiincnt. The court hold that I lil U nn unc-ontltutlonal In terference with the right of contract and that Moctlon 1 require) in the aixlgnment of wage, or salary hitrdvniioine condl tion, which do not apply to axilKnmenti of other clnliiis of like character and whose linpoNltlou ix merely nrhltrary. The law wni jkinvmI nt the last iicMlon of the I-oRistnturo and mum one of the "loan tdmrk" uicflMircH. POSTPONED SUICIDE COMMITTED. Farmer lirltrw ion from llomr, Then Take Ilia Life. Hohert Wllla, mi nuetl farmer living a few mile from II ink I on. committed "til cide, following n plan he hnd In mind half u j oar liefore. The body wni found tlie other iifteruoon, and hy Ita aide wai a letter lu which It wax stated Wills Intended killing lilnwlf nt 1 o'clK-k Sat urday morning. A vevoher and a bullet hole In hla forehead told the story. The note stated he was tired of life and was about to end It nil. Willi fnther took his own life In n similar manner on the farm some years ago. Wills owned an estnto of about ?:). X Hi. Six months ngo ho had decldnl on taking his life, and ac cording to the note, lie diiNtod In order to make some changes lu his will, which has not yet been found. Wills had lived on the farm for soma time, one son re siding with him, wlille two men who woikeil the farm resided close by. A fw days ngo Wills drove his son away from home, probably to cfcrry out his suicidal intentions. 8808,857 FOB STATE TREASURY. fU'rrrtnr)' Hono'a llloimlnl lienor! ! poo toil to 3lnt.li Itooil Mioulntf. Aihnnce Information from the biennial rowrt of Secretary of State .Tamos A. Hose shows that for the two enrn ending Oct. 1 the Secretary of Slate paid Into the Stale treasury .$NS.S."7.IhI, an in crease of SUrJ.n.'I.UI over the receipts for the preceding two je.ir. An Item ized statement of the union nl a collected follows: Doniestle corporation $tl04,R01.30 foreign corporal lolls for lleriites 7N,4'J1,SU Annual loporis of torpora tlnns, .;!, ill". nS Itelnstatemeiils of corpoiuUona. 1H,S'J4.7.'i Antl-tniit nlllilavlls LMl.o'.M.dil Notarial coiiimNsloiis l".',nn!i.'.'n .MUeellaiieoiis conimNslons .... l,74l),00 MUtclliineoiis foes lL',"(ls.:i."i Autoinolillo fees :i,lH.L"J Total f :o,801.0S A total of S'J'i.OO.'l.'S was refunded to parties for charters refused or not Is sued, leaving a net balance of collection" of $SI818."i7.lHl. FIGS GROW IN CHURCH YARD. Tree at t'arml "abject or Comment hy Fruit Dealer. A fig tree in the yard of the First Methodist church In t'arml I causing, a great deal of comment by fruit grower in White county. The tree was planted about four years ego and has an abundant crop of fine figs. Them is nearly one half bushel of fruit on the tree Mid the flavor la exceptionally fine. The tree was planted at the southwest corner of the church aud Is thus partially protect ed during the winter months, hut no spe cial care has been given It. The figs are of medium size and are sweet and palat able. End 1.1 lo While Ileauondent. Clinton was shocked by two aulcides the other day. Samuel Ijifferty, a wealthy retired stockman, swallowed carbolic acid, supposedly whllo despondent over some unfortunato Investments recently. Mrs. Allen Reynolds, wife of a Clinton mer chant, drowned herself in tho well at her home whllo despondent over ill health. Sweet Potato Crop llclnu Harvested. Tho sweet potato crop in southern Illi nois Is now being harvested and stored to be shipped out during tho winter months as the market warrants. Tho crop was not materially affected by the long drought, which has continued slnco the 1st of August, but the yield is light. Iluyers nro pnjlng TsO cents a bushel. in,Oon Flro In Pana. Flro completely destroyed n block In Pana. The lioiho of J. K. Ilawley, togeth er with his barn, was destroyed. Tho Itelsch Ilrcwlng Company was also n heavy loser, Tho loss Is estimated at $15,000. Found Dead In Field. J. Palm, n farmer, living- north of Sycamore, was found dead in his coin field. Tho cnuso of his death Is not known. I.oelc Tender In Drowned. William Kdwnnls, n lock tender on lock 22, Hennepin canal, was drowned near'Tampico by falling into tho lock of tho canal. A mnu who was robbed of his pock etbook In tho Now York subway com plnlus tunt It was a "low down affulr," SONGS RECALLED BY DEATH. Mrs. .In I In A, Cnriiey, Altitun' of I, Kiln Drops oil Wnter" Dies, Childhood memories will he brought hick to tliouxauils by the dentil in (inlet burg Sunday of the author of "l.lttlo Drops of Water" mid "Think Uently of the 1'rring." Mrs. .lulin A. Cnmoy, whose ueiiH arc In many church lijnm nls and have been translated into many Inngungos, breathed her last nt noon lif ter nn Illness that kept her In ls-d for three months. Resides being sung, souio of her poeini have boon used its recltntloni for children. She wits born in Ijinaistcr, Mnss., April tl, IS-II, mid sjtcnt her girl hood there. She taught school In lloston and I'hiladclphfci. As a child ahn wroto loctry, and her llrst iocms were published when she win 14. "Little Drops of Water" was written in 1845 for n Sun day school cxerclso and was published llrst lu leaflet form. For years Mrs. Car ney occupied tho poet's corner in the Trumpet and contributed many articles, both prose nod poetry, to the Christian Freeman, the ladles' Repository niul other periodicals. In 1811) sV mnrrleil Rev. Thomai .1. Carney, a Universalis! clergyman, and lu IHTtH they settled In (lalesburif. Mr. Carney died In 1871. 8ho has continued to reside there with her sons, Fletcher and .lames Oirney. GIVES LAD UNUSUAL SENTENCE. Jndae Mends Ho)' lu "outh lltiUota Farm Instead of I'rlsnn, Instead of Retting ten days in thn workhouse, as is thu fate of most vaga bonds, Clyde Halites, 18 years old, was sentenced to throe, jours on u South Da kotn farm by Municipal ..Tudge Newcomer In Chicago. The boy had Itccu found wandering with a horde of shiftless men In Clark street, lie was unlike the rest of tho crowd, s his face seemed Intelli gent, mid he appeared to hnve hail a hath within n week. When ho was nrralgneil the Judge said: "Cljtle, I hno n frleml in South Dakota who wants a boy just like you on his farm. I won't send joii to the Ilrldewell; Instead I shall sentenco you to three years' work on his farm, lie will take good cart1 of you. Now, bo good boy." Thu lad is from St. Louis. , GROVE TEACHERS' PRESIDENT, Frecporf I'edaKoKnu I'leelrd nt Flnnf .Session nt Northern Meet. The Northern Illinois Touchers' ,si. clnlloii closed it tlnve-day session in Rock ford with the election of olllcors, us fol lows: 1 'resident, Cyrus drove, Freoport: vice president, W. L. (irrinnu, Polo; ,eo. rotary, S. F. P.ii'miiis, DcKnlb, re-elect ed; treasurer, O. F. Smith, Savanna, io elected; liioinhcr c.ivlll!n colllinllleo, three, jours, V. J. Mnjs, Dixon. Dixon nud (Jiilciiu both wMi to entertain tho teachers in 1IMKI, but decision its to the meeting place was tlefernsl, A resolution commending thn nun omen t of the (ieo graphlcal Society of Chicago legnrdliig the hotting aside of Starved Ruck for n public pink was adopted. LAND DISPUTE STIRS AURORA. Leicnl FIkM Likely In Ho Mmlo for Island In ('ruler of I'll. An announcement lo the effect that u legal light may be made for the isissesslon of nn island in the Fox river, In tho business renter of Aurora, by persons who base their claims of ownership on nn old government act parsed about the time of the Mexican war, caused t rush of busi ness In Aurora law ollices the other tiny. It was slated that former United States Senator Mason hnd told the claim tuts, who are headed by .1. M. Splker, that they have a good case. The properly Involved is estimated to Ik worth several millions of dollars. It is one-half mil long aud one-fourth of n mile wide. XLLtNI "SOPHS" SING IN JAIL. Pollen Slop Imprisonment of Fresh ten and Kino Upper Claaanteu. Ten University of Illinois sophomores were ruptured by the police nt n board ing house In Champaign, where a number of freshmen worn bring tied to prevent them from taking imrt in tho pophomnrc freshmcu push ball contest, Three trips of the patrol wagon wero required to land the "sophs'' In jail, whero they spent p ernl hours Hinging college songs hefuru being arraigned and lined $11..) each. Seven hundred students fought lu thu push ball contest, which was won hy thu sophomores. About twenty.fivo students wero Injured lu the melee, but none seri ously, FREE ONE MONTH; IS RETAKEN, Con, let Dlsolitirucit from Jollel la Found Hiiutppcd us n lliirulnr. Out of tho .Toilet penitentiary only n month and still wearing prison shoes, Wil liam Dockum, alias William Kvtirts, was arrested in Chicago by detectives from tho Town Hall station. He was equip ped with a revolver, two iIimcii cartridges, a dark lantern and skeleton keys. When first seen hy the policemen Dockum watt witli n companion. Although Miveral shota were exchanged, tho companion was not raptured, Dockum, mid ho did not seo the policemen until they hud thn "drop" on him nnd then submitted to urrest, Ho Is 30 years old. It Is said thcro nro more blnmlo crlmlnnls tlmn any oilier. Still, blondes who linvo inniinged for n life tlmo to keep out of Jail ncoil not give themselves unnecessary worry. "With tho Intest anesthetic," says n neriln correspondent, "a Burgeon will never need to lnlllct pain on n patient." Still, It may not bo possible In nil case (? iiso nn nncsthetlc beforo reii tlcnr. a bill for services. :l ssM ,tG&mJiL'jt .4- f-.--.i '- S" ... - . . ' fLJf . . :,'