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THE OH10AGO EAGLE, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 1 908. TRUST HAS RAISED THE PRICE OF FOOD CITY HALL ITEMS. i News of Municipal Administration Given Briefly and to the Point for Eagle Readers. UMfnl Information, Interesting Facte and Personal Gossip Tersely Told by One Who Knows. ' KENHINMTON WANTS COI'llT. Alderman llllil on behalf nf (lie resi dents of KenHliiKlon, West I'lilltiiiiu, lloselnml mill oilier coininunltlcH In the 1 couth end of I he Thirty-Hill il Ward, tiled a Htltloii with Chief .lustlc; Ol koii for it hniiK'h nf the' Municipal Court In Kensington. Tin letter nssertK thill those South NlderXjIlllVC been discriminated ilKtllimt because they now arc enniH'lled to travel eighteen miles to the cent nil court down-tmvii. "So fur as traveling Is concerned. v wen better off under the pnllci court H,vntcui," read the letter. "Wo have a new k)IUc station with spins, set aside for a hrutieh of the court anil under stood that we would get It when w hint suitable uccnmmndutlniM. Why not have the court co to the people In ntead of having the people io to the court?" LIIULMtY HOAItl) l'LACKM WILSON The Chleiieo Public Library Hoard at Itn meet Inn Monday night appoint cd II. O. Wilson acting secretary vend lug the. aetloii of the local Civil Service Hoard In ordering an examination to till the vacancy caused by the death of Secretary William II. Wlekernliani. JAMEB C. DOOLEY ! progressive, enterprising and Indus trlout. Such men are alwaye aura to make' a su.' ee la life. I'ETEIt M. HOFFMAN prefers private to public life, but the public bus ItH eyes on blm. , bbxjam(n7iuoiiol80N lina proven by bis successful caret" tbnt brains, experience and Integrity form an Irresistible combination In any Hue of. business. HON. FUED W. UPI1AU enjoys n widespread and well-earned popularity. COL. JAMES HAMILTON LP WIS bns the esteem and good will of all who know bhu and who are acquaint ed with bis ninny good qualities. JOSEPH THEUREIt has built up a reputation In this city of which any man might well feel proud. 1IEXHY. SHERMAN BOUTELL has n high conception of the duties of cltlxenshlp and lives up to It. He Is a man whom to know is to respect. XICHOLAS MICIIfiLS deserves in an eminent degree that large share of popularity and public confidence which Is uudenlably bis. CARL L. BAIINRS Is n typical citizen of Chicago, pro gresslve and energetic. He Is deserv edly successful In all hla undertakings. JOSKPIl K. FLANAOAN never falters when once his mind Is made up as to the right and the wrong of a question. He is alwaya ou the right aide, regardless of all other con siderations or consequences. RUDOLPH HHAXD Is a man whom to know Is to respect. He hpa an honored name in the busi ness world. FRANCIS STUYVESANT PEA BODY Is ns good aud true a citizen as ever called Chicago his homo. Every duty of citizenship has always been faith fully discharged by him. TOM X. DONNELLY Is liked by all wbo are acquainted with bis many excellent traits of char acter. AUSTIN J. DOYLE has won the high repututlon which lie enjoy by hard work aud honorable methods. MARTIN J. HRE11X In nil walks of llfo has been stead fast to the old adage, and proved Its truth; "Honesty Is the best policy." ARBA N. WATERMAN is a typical Cblcagoan, energetic, plucky,' and Invariably successful lu every walk or life, JOHN 8. COOPER la a man of good attainments and ex cellhflt qualities, nd therefore popu lat as well as successful. JOHN O. BPBT Is aa considerate or the rlgbta of oth ers aa be is Insistent upon tbe main tenaaee or bla ewa. This la one of tbe MMMf of bla great popularity, COMPTROLLER WILSON SENDS MOT REPLY. Comptroller Wilson Monday Indited a letter to; the secretary of tho Na tional Association of Comptrollers and Accounting Ollkvrx lu Xew York which he hopes will end a correspondence which has grown heated hecause of persistent attempts to force lilm In Join the organization. In one letter Mr. Wilson was Informed that if he Joined he could have the city pay his lues and expenses while attending con ventions of the body. Declinations merely called fortli mow letters, with covert threats, Mr. Wilson says, re sulting In his letter of Monday, In which he makes It plain that lie disap proves of asking the city to pay dues and expenses for him. VIRGIL M. BRAND knows how to make friends and to re tain them. He Is a man for whom all who know him have the highest re spect. ALBERT II. PUTXFf has always been ready to devote to tbe welfare of Uie community that business ability and Industry which has contributed ao much to bla per sonal success. WALTER 8CHROJPA la one of those men whose pledge Is tantamount to performance, and whom everybody likes and respects. GEORGE W. JACKSON Is a man of sound Judgment, strength of pnrnose and great activity. He has never failed In tbe performance of his duties In life or tbe accomplishment of his undertakings. ALEXANDER II. REV ELL Is a Uhlcagonn In the truest sense of the word. Progressive, public-spirited and active, bo possesses tho best at tributes of true citizenship. ERXEST HUMMEL can count his personal friends by the hundred, a fact due to his many esti mable characteristics and his unchang ing, even temperament. MAX EBBKIIARDT a citizen whoso record Is one to be proud of, Is n man whoso friends are myriad and whose name commands re spect everywhere. CYRIL It. JANDT'S is a man of the highest standing in the community; upright ami Just In all the affairs of life and Indefatigable In the performance of all the duties thereof. E. R. BLIP a caponlo man, combining energy with Intelligence, he Is Justly regarded and respected as a valuable member of the community. II. E. L. DOaaETT Is enterprising and progressive, ns well ns capablo and careful In the con duct of all affairs entrusted to him, hence his Invariable success. FRED A. BU8.B enjoys tho esteem nnd respect of all who admire tho highest qualities of good citizenship, which in him aro fully exemplified. PHILIP KNOPF holds nn honored place among those who by great ability, Industry and sound Judgment contribute to tho growth nnd upbuilding of Chicago. WILLIAM II. WEBER has earned the high regard of his fel low citizens as a man loyal to friends und faithful to principle. A. G. LANIO In nil relations of llfo never dovlatcs from those principles of strnlghtfor wnrdirss and Integrity which have tree mm polde" '.iiIoiib everywhere. ROY O. WEST Is a mnn of sound Judgment. Ho has the knack of easily making warm friends, and having made a frleud, retaining bis friendship, HON. B. A. ECKHABT possesses In an eminent degree those merits and qualities which go to make up the true Chlcagoan. He la best liked by those wbo know him best JOHN M. SMYTH baa made thorough performance of duty, fulfillment of ail agreements wltb bla fellow raea In tbe spirit and tbe letter and exact Justice In all talai the guiding principle of bla MMaaaWl' aiianntaiinM ' ft SjSMfSJasWl MlfVI LEO ERX8T baa well earned tbe good will of tbe community wblcb be enjoya to such a large extent. KICKHAM SCANI.AN la one of tbe men wbo would renre- sent tbe people well anywhere. HARRY RUBENS la a mnn whose well-ituown ability and public spirit places blm In the front ranks of our most useful citizens. GEORGE B. SWIFT has n splendid record for good citizen ship, personal Integrity and ilrst-class ability. A. W. MILLER Is n useful citizen faithful to duty aud deserving of tho good will of all. HARRY HILDRETH Is n man whom Chicago is proud to claim us one of Its typical citizens. TIIOMA8 N. JAMIIW'X has n flawless record as n citizen nnd a typical Chlcagoan. JOHN H. JONES n man of true worth and sterling In tegrity, Is Justly regarded as one of Chicago's valued citizens. EDWARD II. PETERS Just and fair lu all his dealings, pos jesses tho contldeuco aud good will of all who know him. AXDREW J. GRAHAM has always put truth,' honor nnd Jus tice before expediency; hence the es teem with which he Is looked upon by all who know him. MATTHIAS J. JACOIIS holds a foremost plnco lu the' front ranks or the best citizens lu this com munity. JOHN It. OAVERLY Is liked most by those who know him best. All wbo have had business re lations with hlin aro united In bearing testimony to this fact. CHARLES II. WACKER Is pleasant and genial of manner, obliging nnd faithful to his promises, and therefore popular and respected. PHILIP II. BRAND never neglected nn opportunity to do good for his fellow citizen, nnd In tho courso of Tils career has iiiudo tliou. sands of loyal friends. U. S. SENATOR A. J. HOPKINS Is a competent and thorough man of affairs. Whatover ho does ho does well aud thoroughly. PETER PETERSON a man of ninny oxcellent qualities, Is brainy, reliable and always steadfast to friends nnd to tbe lino of duty. ADAM ORTSEIFEN has an envlablo record for absolute honesty in all his business relations, active support and sympathy for all movements lor the betterment of the city and hla fellow-men and for all tbe qualities that go to make up tbe Ideal citizen, JAMES PMABE. aoakee frlenda and holds I hem by fair ana; nosoraoa Duaiaeea methods and atare daallajt wltb hit fellow-citizens. t BHHsnBnBnBnBnBnBnBnsnH knknknknknknknknkw: - .. aBBallllllllllllllllllllllllH ananananananVb ;, TOffLnLnLnLnLnLH LLnLnLnLnMLnMpP&'- gLnLnLnLnLnLnH HkLliiiBni iBBaBaBaBaBaBaBaBaaaV BaBaBaBaBaBaBaBaBanBrlv.BaBaBaBaBaBaBaBaBaBaBaBB HENRY J. KOLZE, Popular Republican Leader, and Former County CHARLES J. VOPICKA la a capable man of affairs, honorable In his dealings, and assiduous In at tention to his prosperous business. ARTHUR J08ETVI honest, upright und true-hearted, be makes friends and wins the esteem of all who become acquainted with blm. JOHN E. OWENS has the highest Ideals of honorable citizenship and Is true to them. There is no, man In Chicago who stands high er In public esteem. HOSEA W. WKLIf! Is a man of sterling qualities of head und heart; successful lu all his under takings WILLIAM II. LYMAN. has n flue record for probity nnd strictly honorable methods. He has made himself respected In every walk In life which he has been engaged. ADOLF BERGMAN stands well In the community as an upright and piddlc-splrltcd citizen. Ills success In life Is duo to his ster ling qualities of head aud heart. JOHN V. CLARKE Is n public-spirited citizen who Is ns Kpu!ar as he s prosperous lu bis busi ness pursuits. ABEL DAVIS, maintains lu all affairs of public nnd private life the highest Ideals of bun orablo manhood. WILLIAM LEGNER Is a man who takes pride lu Chicago and of whom Chicago Is proud. JOHN TAYLOR B0OJ5 enjoys a widespread aud well-earned popularity. WILLIAM DAVIDSON has th'j experience and tho ability to make n success of all Ills undertakings. JOHN t. FBTZPIt through a busy and careful life has earned tho respect nnd good will of the entire community. GEORGE A. BLETTNER has a high conception of the duties of good citizenship and has always lived up to them. JAMES J. GRAY has tho respect and good wishes of every one with whom be comes lu con tact. ROGER U. SULLIVX Resides being a model citizen, takes a good man's part In every movement for the benefit of tho city. WILLIAM A. DOYLE has earned by an honest, upright life, the good will aud respect of tho en tire community. JOHN P. HOPKINS has always been known aa a man of his word. FRED L. WILK has ever been faithful to frlenda and loyal to principle, a fact wblcb ac counts for bla great popularity and tbe boat of friends wbo awear by blm. PETER FORTUNE is a man la wboae career IntefrUyamf amity ft mm in mum. Commissioner. HON. 5CINA n. CARTER belongs to that class of citizens wbo ucver know failure, nor allow any ob stacle to deter 'them In a worthy en terprise once undertaken. WALTER H. BOGLE Is a man of keen discernment; prompt of action, and persistent aa well as honorable in method ; is Invariably suc cessful. JOHN T. CONNER! can always be relied upon to be loyal to friends, true to principle and faith ful to his word, hence his friends and admirers are legion. A. S. HIBBARD lias hosts of friends who admire him for his mnuy merits and good quali ties. FRANK O. LOWDEN Is modest nnd umiKsumlng, but the peo ple appreciate him Just tho same. ADAMS A. GOODRICH Is n citizen of excellent standing and faultless record. J. J. GERAGHTY Is n man who invariably wins and re taliiv. 'he eonnden. and liking of all who have deal)cs wltb bun. JUDGE THEODORE BRENTANO Is a mau of untarnished reputation and of commanding ability lu tbe conduct of his affairs. JOHN M. EWF.V has made It a rule through life to ac cord fair play as well ns to demand it In all things. Everybody wbo knows him trusts as well as likes blm. JAMES A. SACKLKY has the deserved reputation of being one of tbe most capable aud rellablo men of affairs In Chicago. ALBERT N. ROSENEGK can refer with pride to a fine record as well as an honored name lu this community. THEODORE OEIINE has ucver been known to undertake what he could not accomplish, nor fall to accomplish what ho has undertaken. JOSEPH A. O'DONNKLL active, enorgotlc, enterprising and public-spirited, has made n success of nM his undertakings, and is ranked by common consent nmong our very best citizens. CLAYTON R. CRAFTS Is honest, ablo aud upright In till rela tions of life. EDWARD TILDFN possesses all of those solid and estlma blu qualities which uiako tho most use ful citizen. CLYDE A. MORRISON Is noted for his excellent business abilities nnd his faithful adherence to high Ideals of duty, ALFRED G, LANIO la a man of acknowledged ability, good Judgment and common sense. JAMES A. HOGAN la honorable and fair In all bla rela tione wltb hla fellow citizens, upright aa be la capable and atralghtforward. 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. SEES TROUBLE IN CHINA. Missionary rredicti Overthrow of Dynasty nnd War with Japan. Diclmliip l lint tlic uni Ih m' Clihiii, tin prui:lihle clcni'Wit In the mitlnu, would overthrow the ircM-tit il.Minsty, Rev. Wil liam Christie, ii inlsxiiaiary of I lie Chris tian and Mlsilomiry Alliance, predicted llint grnt ilNttiiluinccs were due In the LYIcMliil Empire and tluit war with .Inpau was la ontcinilatloii. Mr. Christie said in l'lillnilclplilii : 'Tlie object of the revo lutionary inowiiirut N the overthrow of the prevent d.tunM.v, which I hated for It roiwnntl-m and feared for In power. Dating the lat year there have been three ahortitc ntti'inptM, as the lime for the tiioicinent vww lint ripe. The unrest it fostered by the student element, who, hav ing gnlnrd education abroad, are urging their Ion fortunate countryiivn to take de cisive action to sain their ilglilH. The inowiiient eu'iitnnlly will succeed." In regard to China's attitude toward Japan he snld: "China is not afraid of .Inpau. The government Ik wnrklim night aud day In'thi training of men for the war with the Japanese that ewntunlly will come, 'I n Ik of union nf Japan and China in the event of another war witli the western na tions Is ridiculous." EAJUE THUMPED BY SOUL-MATE. Affinity Uses Chair to Subduo Her Artist Husband. IVrilinsnd l'lnney Hnrle, of "aninlty" renown, Is nursing i, black eye at his castle-like home lu Monroe, N. Y. He is also earing for a large bump upon the same side of his head. The marks of battle, he conlliled to a neighbor, were Inflicted by .1 ill la Kuttner Karlo, bis "afllnlty" wife, whom lie wedded early this year after putting aside his tlrst wife and Ids childien last fall. The bride. Ea'rle told his neighbor, used a chair te ller weapon. The score between the artist and his soul-male now stands even, for two months ago be heat and choked her and spent several days in the (losheu Jail, after pleading guilty. FARMER IS FOUND MURDERED. Oscar Hognnson of Marengo, 111., Slain Neighbor Arrested. The body of 0enr llnsaiiMin, u .uning farmer who formerly lived In Chicago, was found a week ago In an oiithulldim; owned hy John lletfnnl, whoe farm ad joined that of llogau-on near Marengo, 111. The body showed the man had lnen murdered, prohiihly with a hatchet. Met fold disappeared with three horses be longing to his let Im. It Is believed, and also a sum of money that llognn-oii U known to hae had. According to tele graphic disimtchcs, the fugitive has been arrested near llcatrUc. Neb. A deputy sheriff of Mellenry county left for Ne braska to bring back the nun. GIRLS KIDNAPED IN CHICAOOf Children Found in Youngstown, Ohio, Tell Remarkable Story. Christina and Mary Souiptllerelll, aged II nnd 10 years, are held In Youngstown, Ohio, as rimawajs. They say they wete brought from Chicago by a man who met Ihem while they were on their way to school and told them he would take them to meet their father, lie took them to I.eetouin and then the gills say they were phici'd on a car headed for YnuiiKstown and lauded there with HI cents. An effort Is being tmule to communicate with their parents. Lynch Negro in Mississippi, In lllloxl, Miss,, the Jail was stormed by an angry mob of white men, who took out Henry I.eldy, a negro charged with an attack upon a white girl, aud lynched him. The negro was taken three-quarters of a mile from the Jail and hanged. Not a single shot was llred; the mob was or derly nnd marched hack to the city nnd dispersed. Court SuBtnins Haskell. ruanimously concurring In the result of .Tustico Turner's ndwrse opinion, the Oklahoma .Supreme Court denied Attor ney (ieueral West's application for re hearing lu the matter of !uv. Haskell's prohibition of West's suit In the Logau county Ulstrlct Court to annul the char ter of the I'raiile Oil aud (!as Company. $185,000 Loss in Whisky Fire. Whisky valued at if 1L'.",0(IO aud build lugs worth If l.'.tHHI were destroyed by firo at leatsllhi in Nelson county, Ky, The government loses a largo amount In taxes ou I lie whisky, Two warehouses, two stnik burns, and several minor buildings belonging to the T. W. Samuels Distillery Company were burned. Aims nt Deer; Trips; Kills Son. The H-yenr-ohl miii of I). C. Itnlllim of Ht. Stephens, N. II., was accidentally shot nnd killed by bis father while deer hunting, Mr. Ilolllns stumbled when about to Are nt a deer and his aim was diverted, the bullet passing through the neck of his son, who was In advance of blm. Ounness Cass in Court. Ray iJimphere wa. taken from th county Jail In Lanorte, Ind., to the Cir cuit Court room Monday to answer to thi charge of murder In the first degree foi tbe death of Mrs. Utile Ounness and bei tares cblldrca. FACE DEATH FOR SIX DAYS. Crew of Schooner Tell of Fight Afjnlnst Raging Sea. Seven shipwrecked seamen who wer. brought Into New Yolk by the Austrian steumer Maria told a thrilling talu of ft lx-dny battle with tremendous northeast gales, which buttered their little schoon er, the It. I). Spear, until they wero forced to abandon it lu a waterlogged condition Nov. il. The schooner sailed from Philadelphia Oct. 'M for Calais. Me., with h cargo of coal. On the night of Oct. -It the Npnur was about live miles from s safe anchorage in the shelter of Sandy Hook when It encountered a stiff northeast gr.le, which carried away psrt of the rigging and sails. The velocity of the wind Increased until the sdhooner was forced to abandon her course and run before the (ale. She .prang a leak, and, though the crew manned the pump., the water rapidly tilled the bold. As the crew were about to give up the .tesmer Maria whs sighted bearing down upon them. After much difficulty, owing to tbe huge .e.iK ihst broke over tbe vessel, tbe crew managed to launch the lifeboat and leave the doomed schooner. They were taken on bo.rd the Maria and brought safely to port. The It. D. Spear was built at Kowdolnhnm, Me., in 188.1, and hailed from ICuslporl, Me. Her net ton n. je was LI XI. "WXD1 OPEN" TAX DEFEATED. Minnesota Affirmative Vote Not a Majority of tbe Total Cast. First returns from tbe vote on "wide oien" lax amendment to the Minnesota Stfcte constitution indicate that it has failed to carry. Several rural counties report an affirmative vote on thi amend ment, which Is less than half of the total vote, and a large negative vote wax cast. In order to carry the amendment must have a majority of nit votes cast at the rlection, so it is running behind wherever heard from. St. 1ouIn county cut the amendment unmercifully. A light was made on It there because it Involved tbe possibility of a tonnage tax on Iron ore, nnd the negative vote in that county is heavy. The amendment was submitted two years ago and declared to lie carried, but a contest was made in the coiirlH and it still is hanging lire. It wa. re-sub-milled by the last Legislature jn order that there might be no question of Its adoption. FAT JOB FOR YOUNG REPORTER. Phlladelphlan Nominated to Fill In Fulls Out 85,000 Prize. Olven three weeks' leave of absence from his paper that he might act during Hip c.impalKii no secretary of n "Philadel phia party," a reform movement lu oppo- sltinn to the Republican city organisation In 1'lilladelphla, Frank ,1, Oorman, -I years old, a reimrter, was nominated at the last minute for County Commissioner, more, to till up the ticket than with any Idea of electing him, The count shows (Socman has slipped into a job worth .",. 000 per annum for the next three years, (lorman wins under a minority representa tion provision of the law. He was gradu ated from the high school three years ago and was married lu August, lie is tint youngest man ever chosen County Com missioner, GUILTY OF SWINDLING FARMERS Operators of Creamery Scheme Are Given Sentences, .lames T. Mulhall was sentenced to fifteen months in the federal prison at Leavenworth, Kan.; IJdgnr McConkey to one year and ono day at Ieaeuworlli, and Pellx Nathiinson to six mouths In the enmity Jul! hy .Tudgo Milton Purdy lu Mlnucapcils, A stny of ten days pend ing nppciV for a writ of error was grant ed. After nearly six hours' deliberation the federal jury returned a verdict of guilty against the three men, charged with conspiracy to defraud by tho use of the mails, Alleged fraudulent operations ot tho Nicollet Cieamery Company In Min neapolis last fall Is the specific charge in the Indictment upon which tho men were convicted. Farmers throughout the North west are said to have lost heavily by ship ping produce which was never paid for. Explorer Back from North. Ernest l.elliugwell, geologist and ex plorer, who was with EJnnr MikkeUeu ou thn expedition to the arctic In the schooner Duchess of I led ford, which was wrecked in 11107, arrived at San Fran cisco Saturday from Point Harrow on the whaling; vessel Narwhal, l.elllngwell is said to have discovered and mapped out three rivers in the extreme northern part of Alaska emptying Into tho Arctic ocean. Son Sentenced; Father Freed. W. Hurry Schmlck, former cashier ol the First National Hank of Leetonin, O,, who was indicted with his father, O. N. Schmlck, president of the bank, on. chtrgea of embezzlement and making false entries, was sentenced to prison for Ave years by Judge Taylor in the Federal Court In Cleveland. Tbe father was set free. Dr. D. D. Thompson Fatally Hurt. Dr. David D. Thompson, editor of the Northwestern Christian Advocate, pub lUhed in Chicago, died in St. Louis Tues day, as tbe result of an Injury sustained tbt previous night by being struck by an autoBJobll. 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