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THI OWOAQO EAQLE, ATUBDAY, APRIL 3, ItOS. NEWS FROM ILUNOI 0 0. The Bergman Express and Storage Co. WMLMALI AND KIT AIL MALMS IK COAL, WOOD AND COKE 1 - ' 'W Items from All Over the State of Matters of Interest to Our Readers. ' STORAGE Furniture Packing and' Shipping Furniture and Piano Movra Happenings of the Week from Cairo to Chicago Carefully Compiled for Busy Men. l LteMta AVM Offtcs, Ill TaUatiMa, Nortfe 301 fit flt" f , ,-fV 'ft' i- FOR Pure Liquid Gas . Telephone Main 35893590 S V M v PROMPT SERVICE FULL WEIGHT The BISHOP & BABCOCK CO. 112 East Wuhiston StrMt CHICAGO THE BEISCH INDEMNITY CO. Only Dram-Shop Indemnity Company Doing Business In Illinois ASSETS $4,000,000.00 W Defend All Dram-Shop Civil SulU at Our Expense; Pay All Judgments, ' Attorneys' Fees and Court Costs Annual Premium, covering all indemnity, $60 XJS Issue a, Dram-Shop Indemnity Bond, completely Indemnifying the vv Drain-Shop Keeper, Ills bondsmen, the owner and lessee of the building in which the dram-shop is conducted, against any and all loss, by reason of any civil damage suit being brought against them or either of them, under the Dram-Shop Act; there being no way in which a suit can be brought against cither or all of said parties, under said Act, but what Is fully and completely covered by our bomlit, no matter whether the suit is brought during the time our bond la held, or any time thereafter, just so long as the cause of action did arise and accrue within the time for which our bond 1m issued. When our Indemnity U carried a building and premises may be rented just as safely for dram-shop purposes as for any other purpose. WRITE US) FOR' CIRCULARS THE REI8CH INDEMNITY CO. (A PARTNERSHIP) MAIN OFFICE: Reluh Indemnity Bldg., 318-322 So. 5th 8(7, SPRINGFIELD, ILL RUFUS M. POnS, Central Managsr CHICAGO OFFICE: 820 Corn Exchangs Sink Building, 206 La Sail St., Chicago CYRU8 A. POTTS, Managsr Chicago Aganoy FOR PICNICS, FESTIVALS, ETC. H. JAMES KOLZE'S FINE ELECTRIC PARK AND HOTEL ACCOMMODATIONS Cor. Irving Park Boulevard and N. W. 64th Street CHICAGO PURE Ask Your Grocer For These N Brands hi: NONE BETTER. The J. C. Grant Chemical Company 110, 112, 114 West Lake Street CHICAGO . PUREST io mm i i lt n The V'.lff vf.. iM rnmAi , SUPREME COURT DEFIED The Beef Trust defies the Supreme Court of the United Stntcs every day of Its existence. It defies nnd violates the permanent Injunction granted ngnlnst It by the highest court of the country January 30, 1005. And such Is Its power for barm, that no official can be found who will stand up for what the United States Supreme Court decreed on behalf of tho people. The Beef Trust continues Its exist ence ns n combination In restraint of trade and commerce. It continues to fix nnd to maintain throughout tho country a uniform and BUSINESS NOTES. The business men who want the best desks and olllce fittings go to Revcll's. If you can't be suited at Rcvell's you can't be suited anywhere. Solo Rye, the best, on the bars, Is al ways the favorlto of discriminating drinkers. It satisfies the taste of the most exacting critic. Distilled solely by Straus Bros.' Company, Chicago. Otto Qrlesbach Is the proprietor of the restaurant and buffet at 188 South Water street, which is patronized by the beat business men. Mr. Grlesbuch deserves their patrounge, for he treats them well. Tha combine. Ltauld Tank ana rrelgut Car Company possesses certain Improvements In railway cars for the facilitation of the movement of freight BAQLETS. nc-loulns lu Arabia are not pleased with tho new railroad which Is earry lug pilgrims to Mecca by steam, and freeing their enruvaus. from tho raids of tho desert tribes. Tho Bedouins re cently attacked one station of the road, and uro not repulsed for two hours. A train which reached another station found tho building destroyed, tho telegraph-wires cut, tho ground covered sofflffixxji THE MBWMBBMBMMBMBMBBlBBMg-ftrf Rtfr.f ,.t?v,?l Vjflv , itirf SiJiMfc 4lj Zf. IftHHBMQgMuMilj Our genuine Pocahontas Smokeless excels all others for steam purposes, Hundreds of families have kept warm burning my coal. So can you. Try me. BBBBBBBBBBBLjdBBBBBBBBBBBBBE VSflBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB BaBBBHBBBBsHKi: OKannnnnnnnnnTaTJ L .k bbbbV BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBEjRCaBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBa! BBBBBBBBBVaaaaaaaaaaaa aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaTuiaBBBBBl bbbbPVIbbH MICHAEL KENNA, Next Alderman from the First Ward. ( v: '.. i . r :m exorbitant price for meat in detlancu of the mandate of the highest court in the luntl. The temporary Injunction Issued by Jmlgu Peter 8. Grosscup May 20, 1002, npilnst the Ilcrf Trust was made per manent by tho United States Supreme Court In n derision announced Janu ary 30, 1005. Tho decision establishes these points : Tralllc In live stock transported from State to State Is Interstate commerce and persons cngugetl In Inlying and telling such live stock are engaged in Interstate commerce. ind liquid In tho same car which will appeal to every Intelligent person who Is shown the decided advantages of con itructlou which these cars possess. Tli company Is lulling Mock mid offers to Investors an attractive proiosltlou. Solo Ityo lias been tested and never been found wanting. "Tho best on the bars." The M. P. Uyruo Construction Co. n one of the greatest, most successful ind most reputable firms of Its kind 'n tbla or any other city In tbe coun try. One of the finest breweries In the country, and one that turns out some of tbe fluest brauds of beer, is the jrent Bergbotf Browing Company of Port W'nyne, Ind. The following brands of beer brewed and supplied by tbla brewery ore uuiong tho most populur and have great demand in Chi cago: "Extra Pale," "Dort Doppol," "Salvator," "Bergboffs Select," nnd with Mood, and none of tho staff of forty men anywhere about. When the road was opened lu September this sort of thing was freely prophesied. Amid nil our questioning certain facts remain. Wo know that mother's love, tho lovo or wife, or husband, of chil dren, aud or friend". W real. Wo know that some men spend their lives for a great cause, Hint come will die for tho tiutli. Every day the press tells of HOME OF GOOD i suv . 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BIcttner Is the manager of of tho Chicago branch of this great brewery, tho Chicago offlcei being at 23i2-lS r.a Salle street. Telephone South 070. Tho Rlenzl Is the place to go for an enjoyable afternoon or evening. Excel lent music, Ouo cuisine, splendid serv ice and beautiful garden and ball. Has no peer of Its kind lu Chicago. Clark street, Evanston avenuo and Diverse) boulevard. No better place In Chicago for pic nics, festivals aud parties of all kinds tbun H. James Kobe's beautiful Elec tric Park, at the corner of Irving Park boulevard and Northwest 04tb street. The safest department store Id tbe city to-day la The Fair. It haa 'road Isles and ever convenience for tbe public. mine deed that ruveals tho capacity for heroic action that lies in all men. On every hand wo see evidences of good will and kindliness No hitter experi ence, no misfortune, should blind our eyes to these great facts of lire. On these we can build a faith that reaches to God. Don't bo envious or tho great men who were horn lu 18)0. They nro alt dead. COAL 4 KILLED, 0 HURT AT JOL1ET. Ki!iIm In llllnttli SU-cl Coni vnny'it Plant Hliookn Cnllrp 4lt. Four people arc nipiiieil to Inive horn killed and ilx other witc scrlon-l.v in jtiretl In 'an exploxioii at the plant of the llllnoN Strel ConiiMtiy In .toilet. The whole city felt the uliucl; of I lie explo sion. The accident wa rmied hv a "slip" In No. I hhmt fnrniiee, which fine l a heavy elinrge of pi Into t tic rtiglne and holler room. The whole of the engine-room, the roof and all the machinery were blown to piece. The escaping gn lighted the eky. A la rue gang was put to wolk oanlilii2 tin1 rillii". The woniiil cd as found were taken to Silver Crm Hoipital. The name of only one of tlm dead I known. The lioily of I.oaN Joint son, the oiler, wni found. William Tennyxon, engineer, was probably fatally bunted. EEX VOTES WITH SMILES. IlllanU SuSTraKl-ila I'laualnx !' talvu u( Uravluaa I'eraaaaloa, Illinois siitfrugNlH have begun a cam paign before the Slate l.ciilxlatnro which they lutnid iliall give KiikIIkIi unnigpttps a few pointers on buw to deal with law BBakers. They have opeued headquarters In Hprlngfleld and will maintain a lobby until the end of the nemlon. In their war for "vote for women" they will not WOMEN CAMPAIGN FOR rccoit to tho violent methods of tho Kn gllshwomeu, but will depend upon native clhirui, tact aud logic. "Wo are not suf fragettes," said Mrs. Catharine Waugh McCulloiieh, who Is the ehairmaii of the legWlative committee of the Illinois Filial SiitTrauo AsHiclatlon. "We are suffra gists. The difference is that suffragettes want votes and try to obtain them by force; we want votes, and try to get them through diplomacy ami reasoning." So tho Illinois campaign will be marked by receptions to lawmakers instead of invasions of tho legislative chamber; by low-toned arguments made by pretty wom en rattier than thrill ranting from Amu xonlan orators; and Illinois women am confident their method will he the more successful. FINDS HEK KIDNAPED SISTER. Chicago Woman Stolen from Canailn SIB Yrara A tea l.enrna of Itelallve. A reunion of two sisters, M-parutcd by kidnapers for twenty-live years, took place In South Chicago when Mrs. l. Langevin, Montreal, arrived at the home of Mrs, Jason Warner, who has been Identified by the police as the oUter stolen In childhood from her Caimdlau home, Mr. Langevin wrote a letter to the "Chief of I'ollen of South Chicago," say ing that she hud heard of a woman In the southern suburb whoso experience with kidnapers was the same us that of her sister, who had been lured away from her home in Montreal wjicn she was a child of fi years. .Mrs. I.augevin's infor mation came through a uuniumiicatloii made by Mrs. Warner to the police of Montreal, telling the i-lrciiuisiniucs of her capture twenty-live years ago and asking them to truce her relatives. FAILS IN STUDIES; MISSING. Sliiimcil h- liiiililllly tit tict-iirc III liliiniii, Vim mh: .Mini lllmiiii'iir. Shame resulting from his failure, to pnss examinations at the St. I.ouls Medi cal College which would entitle him to a slieepsklu in May Is now iit-crlbcd as cause for the injsterlous dl-iippcnrance from St. Louis of John Miller, -on of Mr. ond Mrs, James Miller ot Wuverlj-. Voting Miller left his rooming iuarters In St. T.ouls, March '!, and no time of ills whereabouts have tieen secured since. Ills parents have enlisted the aid of the St. Louis police In the M-areh. hut with out null). Tho parents of the joutli, who insist lie has met with four play, border on distraction from worry over bis mysterious dUappcaruntc. J, W. I'lft-r'a Nr-ihtMv Killed. A telegram received ny former tlov ernor Joseph W. i iter of liloomlngton notilled him that his nephew, (ieorge Fi re r ot that city, had been killed by a train at Tucson, ArU., where he resided, IbbbbPcbbbbbbbbHbbbbbbbbbb LbbHbbBPbVIIbbbbI IBBHBk F fafafafafafafafafSMBlV 'fKHII BBBBBmlk;afBBBBPaiaTay', - .''rfafafaHPI BBBBEfaBKr WBn.VHri BBBBB&wStlaaaaFit uvj ttU2fi RBBBBBBBBBBBBSS?iTpBIllBTaBTaTjBM lafBBBBBBBBBBBBV r ? iJafMnBBHaaB-aaasaBaBaaB BBaallHPitiHHBl L11.B.B.B.B.B.B.B.B.B.B.B.B.B.B.B.B.B.B.B. I BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBHBBBHBBM.(.4Mavn j1vv aKAsaarta-t-saaaass-MiBajaaaaaaaaaaaaaaai SI ngBBrBBBBBBBBBBJJ llBaBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBTaa 7flfY7r2OHZ.XPXi JVfrjlM iBiaaaBaaaaaaaavTafaaaaaaaaafaWPaai ' AMONG OUK NEIGHBORS. Twehe hundred inemhers of the On trnl llllnoli Teiieheri' Avoclatlon met in Meenltir for their iimuial eoiieiitluii. A new directory Jnt liied ptaew the popnliitlun of lleiirdvtown at it.tl'.'.'i, nil increase of nearly KX) over the popula tion of one year ago. An Italian, -nippoed to he I.tiUi !ara venta, on the way from Iteno, New. to Italy, was found nncoii"cloii on the llli uoN Central track- near l'eiry, John Moxley of Apple lliier, ased KM ,ear, wa taken In the Jo lMvlc tonn ty farm the other day. He N phxicaiiy weak, but po-e---eil of good mental jhiw cr. John I'.lllott, n resident of ()neeiitowiii Ireland, threw lilni-clf lu front of a St. l'mil rallioad train at Freeport and was killed. He had a ticket home lu his pocket. Mrs. Mary .1. Gray, 0." year- old, Au rora's wealthiest woman, clnptd to Fre iwrt wtth I). W. Tyrrell, 07 years old, n lie Knlh printer, and wit, married. Mi. Tyrrell was the widow of Virgil (ira.v, a horxe trader who nniaM-d a fortune. John Newton Drumoiond, millionaire tobacco niaiinfacturer, died at his home in Alton, of a series of strokes of upoi lexy. He began life as a bookkeeper in a tobacco factory nnd made hlniielt prri dent of tho company many years after ward. A box of pills caused the death of VOTES IN SPRINGFIELD. MDQUUMTSKS' OVTJit JlLlXOlP soz rrrr rr. wutteriZLv. Mary Case, the 18-moiithvolil daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Case, of lljiou The child had been in convulsions tl. greater part ot the lime since he an- tin pills. The box had been left within reach of the baby, S. It. Johnson, an attendant at (lie F.lgln Insane hospital, was dUili.ir; d be cause he would not sli.ne the work in the men's ward with a woman all I. hi.. Dr. l'oilstula declares women utfeadiuis In the male wards hae proved of -.u bcm-llt to the patients. David Myeis has leeoveied the ie malnlng .-ji.'iri.tMKt of the j!.V1,imk Ui.iI was stolen fiiuu his hiding place where ln kept it on his farm near .Mount Vernon. The theft was made some time ago on the occasion of a family leunlon. and an or ganized seanh iirovered nil but S:;.i,nm of the money. The lindlng ot till- amount was a big siirpilse, as It li.ul been -apposed sent eh had been abandoned. Mj eis, who Kept, his money hidden lu a sttong boy because of dNtiiist of the banks, now has largo deposits In tin hanks, The jiollce began examination of tlm records for missing Chicago men, in e. pectatlon of dlsiiuerhig tho identity of the body found hi I lie marsh near Kanka kee. The clothes Indicate that the nun was a wealthy hunter and because the Kankakee (egloii has been u tucecii for Chicago hunters the police think the dead man was u Chlcugoan. A pair ot alliga tor hunting hoots, a solid gold watch, a Woodman's pin, and a small compass watch charm are tho only clews to the man's identity, On the watch a deer is engraved. BaBBTa-BBfSLaHPSaBBJBaBMSBMk--BBBBJ laBtaaaaAaaavaaaaaaBaaaa JBS&fe- .ww jito&i&itfffltu &i&. a,' :.(