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THE OHIOAQO lAGLl SATURDAY NOVEMBER 20, 1 909
NEWS FRi ILLINOIS
Items from All Over the
State of Matters of In
terest to Our Readers.
Happenings of the Week from Cairo
,to, Chicago Carefully Com
piled for Busy Men.
JOHN H. JONES
9140 Commercial Ave.
TEL SOUTH CHICAGO 103
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H. R. GIBBONS
DEALER IN NEW AND SECOND-HAND
1 Office: 303-311 8outh Oanal 8treet
Warehouse: Carroll Avenue and Curtis 8treet
FOR PICNICS, FESTIVALS, ETC.
H. JAMES KOLZE'S
FINE ELECTRIC PARK
AND HOTEL ACCOMMODATIONS
Cor. Irvlof Park Boulevard and N. W. 64th Street
C. H. CAREY It CO.
OBMINT WORK A OPICIALTY
92 U SaMc Street
Mum ftsnkaa te
TANNER & CONLEY
rirat-Clau Werk at
99 Washlniton St.
TEL, CENTRAL 224
We Rent Tvxedes an ruli Drue Suit
The J. C. Grant Chemical Company
110, 112. 114 WmI Lain StMt
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OAK PARK, ILL.
phonr lawnoaui am
A setting hen may be a loafer, but
she gets results.
We can usually struggle along with
out most of the things we want
One of the things a man can't un
derstand Is why his enemies seem to
have so many friends
until the earth gets softer aero
planing Is hardly likely to become as
safe a sport as croquet.
Every man, of course, Is of some Im
portance In this world, but seldom as
much aa he thinks he Is.
Japan is learning the ways of tti
Occident; workers In the paper mills
are going on strike for higher wages.
An Illinois man has worked out a
system for living 100 years, but It is
going to take time to give It a thor
Vice and crime will hide their ugly
heads In due course of, time It there
Is anything lb a monthly magaslne
crusade against them.
The famous Wurzburger Hofbrau
and original Pilsener, favorites at all
Chicago's leading buffets, restaurants
and clubs, are Imported solely by Au
gust Luchow. Mr. Luchow's offices In
Chicago are in the Stock Exchange
Building, 108 La Salle street, and are
In charge of Mr. Hans Luchow, the
well-known and well-liked Western
The handsomest, most sanitary and
most durable and efficient construction
Roads treated with
65 6ndi for Surface Treatment
BOOKLET AND SPECIFICATIONS FOR THE ASKINQ
INDIAN REFIINIINa COMPANY, Inc.
Road Prasorvlng Department
W. H. BALDWIN, Agent 413 Teutonic Building, Chicago
PHON1 FRANKLIN 970
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Our gwlsn PooaHoatM mokeless
warts all cithers tor stoaaa purposes.
Hundreds of families bars kept
warn burning' our ooal. Boeaa you.
Western Representative of August Luchow.
ever offered Is the celebrated Opal
Onyx Iceless Soda Fountains sold ex
clusively by the Bishop a Babcock
Company, 102 East Washington street.
This big company, which has offices
In the largest cities In America, has
no peer of Its kind in the world, and
everything It offers Is the best. The
Chicago offices are under the capable
and popular management of Cooper
T.ie largest lumber yards In the
world are those of the Edward Hlnes
Lumber Company. Everything In the
way of lumber .can be bought there.
The main offices of ,thls great concern
are on Lincoln street, Just south of
Blue Island avenue.
For the finest tailoring at moderate
prices go to Tanner ft Conley, Reaper
block. They stand la the front rank
of Chicago's leading tailors. Tuxedos
and full drees raits can be rented.
Remember Breen ft Kennedy are the
sole proprietors of Jhe famous Mary
land Reserve I'ureiQre Whiskey, rec
ognised by everybody as the best on
Schwelzer ft West Mfg. 'Co., con
tractors and builders, are the people
to go to for fine Interior finish for
buildings, special cabinet work and
bank and othqe fixtures. Office and fac
tory at 86-04 North Ada street, and
410-420 Carroll avenue1
Old Style Lager Is now one of Chi
cago's most popular beers and the
business of the O. Helleman Brewing
Company, which In Chicago Is under
tho able and popular management of
W. J. Welbaskey, Is Increasing at a
No bettor place In Chicago for pic
nics, festivals and parties of all kinds
than H. James Kobe's beautiful Elec
HOME OF GOOD
HALLEMAN COAL & ICE CO,
Offlct 950 North Spauldlng Avenue
TrtflPhosw HiieBbaMt 1117
tric Park, at the corner of Irving Park
boulevard mad Northwest 64th street
For badges, buttons and signs of all
kinds go to Oeraghty ft Co., 61 La Salle
Roads treated with Liquid Asphalt,
and roads built with Liquid Asphalt
Binder, are a demonstrated success.
Booklet and specifications can be had
at the Indian Refining Company, at
413 Teutonlo Building. Col. W. H.
Baldwin Is the Chicago agent for this
big company. . ,
The business men who want the best
desks and office fittings go to Revell's.
If you caa't be suited at Revell's yoa
can't be salted aiywhere.
Remember the only dramshop In
demnity company doing business In
Illinois Is the Relsch Indemnity Com
pany. The big company baa assets of
$4,000,000 and defends at their own
expense all dramshop civil suits and
pays all Judgments, attorney's fees and
court costs. Annual premium, cover
ing all Indemnity, $60. Chlcgo office
Is at 820 Corn Exchange Building.
Cyrus A. Potts Is the manager of the
Otto. Qrlesbach Is the proprietor of
the' restaurant and buffet at 188 South
Water street, which Is patronised by
the best business men. Mr. Grlesbncb
deserves their patronage, for he treats
The Paragon Boiler Compound Is
the peer of all others now on the mar
ket. Sidney McCloud, Manager, 8151
The safest department store lr tht
Ity to-dny Is The Fair. It bos 'road
tides and every convenience for the
Road built with
Liquid Asphalt Binder
Grade for Road Construction
ATTACKS MAN FOUND WITH GIRL.
BHilpftronm nf Two Month In Shot
When lie AxMinlt Vlxltor.
Insane with Jealousy when he found
Delia Sands, a young woman friend,
In a room with John Uelalng, John
Hudson, an ex-city employe In Pcoiia,
attacked his rival and In the melee
received two bullet wounds In the
stomach and died. Relglng was cap
tured six hours after the shooting and
Is In the police station, where he made
a complete confession of the crime to
Bute's Attorney Schotes. Keiiing's
visit to the Sands home was purely an
Incident and not by prearrangement.
He did not know Hudson, and when
the latter assaulted him he whipped
out his revolver and fired twice. Itels
Ing fled and was found asleep In a
cabin boat. The witnesses to the
shooting maintained a stubborn si
lence, declaring they did not know the
name of the assailant. The dead man
was two years ago tried for killing
Charles Ogden with a blow of his fist,
but was acquitted. Ten men and three
women have been arrested and are
held In the county jail as witnesses
to the crime. Delia Sands, over whom
the fight was caused, favored Relslng
In her testimony before the Jury, be
cause, she declares, there was no rea
son for Hudson's, Jealous attack. Hud
son had been married two months and
his wife was a witness to the tragedy.
CAXXXD TO DOOR AND STABBED.
Station Aseat at Mma Is Vletlaa !
A. Hayes, station agent for the
Southern Railroad at 81ms, was called
to the door of his home at 6 o'clock
the other morning by two strangers
and stabbed In the throat, abdomen
and right breast, and probably Is fa
tally injured. He staggered into the
house and his family called assistance.
His throat waa cut almost from ear to
ear, but the Jugular vein was not sev
ered. The stab In the breast and ab
domen are the most dangerous. Mr.
Hayes Is school treasurer and local
clerk of the Modern Woodmen of
America. He Is a leading republican
politician and a member of the Wayne
County Republican executive commit
tee. It Is thought by some that the
motive of the assailants waa robbery,
but no attempt was made to take any
thing. Bloodhounds were brought here
In an automobile from Harrlsburg; and
are now on the trail or the men, who
are said to have gone northward.
Trouble Is expected If the assailants
are caught '8herlff Bozarth Is being
aided by a large posse in the search.
RIOTING STUDENT IS FINED.
Unlversltr of Illinois Man la
CatiKht Taklnsr Street Car Bla-n.
Roland H. Doyd, a University of Illi
nois student, was fined $5 by Police
Magistrate Rogerson of Champaign,
after pleading guilty to disorderly con
duct, it developed that Uoyd was ar
rested during the student celebration
of the Indiana victory, but the police
kept the capture secret, fearing an
attempt to storm the city Jail. Boyd
was arrested In the act of taking a,
sign from a street car. A charge of
earning concealed weapons was with
drawn, on his statement that he was
merely firing blank cartridges from
his revolver In common with follow
cclebrators. Angered by the state
ment by President James and Dean of
Men Thomas Arkle Clark that It was
entirely up to the police to quell stu
dent celebration, Chief or Police
Keller made the significant statement
that no mercy would he shown on tho
uext occasion. Student leaders who
essayed to check the mob were Inter
rogated by Dean Clark, who Is mak
ing an Investigation.
HOLDS UP SIX ALL DAT.
Bandit Fort-en Knrmer to Drive Hint
to llnuk nml i:ent'f.
John Powers, a wealthy farmer near
Tlskllwa, his wife and son, two hired
men and a little girl were held up
and terrorized in their home by a lone
bandit, masked and armed with three
six-shooters and a bowlo Unlfo. The
bandit, after covering the six persons
with a gun from 6 a. in. until 2 p. m.,
tied the men with ropes, drove the
women Into the kitchen, and rorced
Fred Powers to drive him to Tlskll
wa to cash a check for $350 which he
had forced the elder Powers to sign.
Powers, however, untlod his bonds and
reached a neighbor's telephono in time
to head off payment. The robber,
falling to get the money, was pursued
In an auto by police officers notified
by the bank. The auto caught up with
the buggy, but the bandit, with leveled
gun, protected himself behind young
Powers. The buggy wns driven into
rough country, where the auto could
not follow, and then tho robber fled
Into the timber and escaped.
King Edward regards a fleet of bat
tleships a. sign of peace, especially
when it belongs to the home country,
STEAD HITS RAIL COMBINES.
tnrn Intcriirtinii nml Street Llnet
Mimt .Not lie .Mt-i-Kt-il.
A "commercial" railway company
nnd n Btrcet railway company cannot
legally consolidate, according to un
.opinion rendered by Attorney General
Stead at the requent of Secretary of
State Rose. This burs interurban and
street railways from consolidating, n
well as steam and street railways. Sec
retary of State Rose sought guidance
upon a request from Attorney Clayton
E. Crafts or Chicago, who desired the
consolidation of an electric road op
erating to the Cook County line and an
electric road operating inside the county.
COMBS ROME A MILLIONAIRE.
Youtk Who Departed with f 120 IB)
Yeara Ako Makca Fortaaa.
When George Molsant left his fa
ther's home, near Manteno, eighteen
years ago, he had $120 in savings. Ho
Is now worth $2,000,000, It Is said, and
has Just returned to his boyhood home.
He msde his fortune in Salvador, Cen
tral America. After locating In Salva
dor he sent for his three brothers, and
they opened mines, established banks
and secured various concessions which
returned enormous profits. The broth
ers own 100,000 acres of land In Cen
tral America, which brings them a
Commits Salclde la Hotel.
A man registered under the name of
J. Rossman of St. Louis, but almost
positively Identified as Llewellyn C.
Reber, assistant manager of the
Sprague Mercantile Company of Chi
cago, was found dead In a hotel In
Rockford under circumstances which
point to suicide.
Girl Betrars Pasitlra.
Betrayed by his sweetheart, who
gave his photograph to the police,
Frank B. Rlss, was arrested near
Streator and taken back to Calgary,;
Canada, to answer
to the charge of
Asred Poatmaater Dead,
Samuel Jenness, for thirty years,
postmaster at Cherry Point, aged 04.;
was found dead In a field. Heart dls-i
ease Is supposed to have been the cause
of his death.
Death Illanied to Football.
Walter Lloyd Gruber died at Taylor-i
vllle as a result, it Is said, of Injurlos
received In a football game at Auburn.
Tuberculosis resulted from a kick In
the back, physicians declare.
niase on ferryboat.
Fire of unknown 'origin burned the
pilot house and hurricane deck of tho
ferryboat Joseph R. Stephens at Quln
cy. The damage Is fully covered by
Woman Die on Pyre of l,eara.
While burning autumn leaves the
dress of Mrs. Susan Sloan, aged 80, of
Onconee, became Ignited, and she was
burned to death.
Stove PolUh Kllla Girl.
Mary Darlelnden, aged 12, was
burned to death In tho explosion of a
can or stove polish at hor father's
homo In West Chicago.
Die of Apoplexy-
C, A. McNnnmrn, a prominent shoe
merchant at Kreeport, suffered a stroke
of apoplexy and died, aged G2.
INialutllre Itoliher' Prevented.
An attempt was made to rob tho
postoftko at Martinsville. The crime
was prevented by a railroad clerk.
MINOR STATE ITEMS.
Threo houses were destroyed by fire
In llerrln. Tho cause Is attributed by
many to a fire buu.
Mrs. William I'uullls of Urbana may
be scarred for lire by being burned
by an electric wire.
James McCoombs, aged 25, of Cow
den, was Instantly killed by falling
from a Clover Leaf Ituilroad bridge.
Charles Lefevre, aged 18, was ar
rested In Rlchvlew on a charge of at
tempting to rob tho postofflce. Ho was
bound over to the federal grand Jury.
The curfew law went Into effect In
Thebes. The city authorities are de
termined to break up the gang of boys
who have been terrorizing the town
At Loralne tho postofflce was robbed,
poatago stamps and cash to the amount
of $160 being stolen. The safe was
blown open, the explosion damaging
Hlrshel Edwards, the 12-year-old
boy who was accidentally shot by bis
H-year old brother, died Friday In
Thebea. Ills intestines were punctured
In ten places.
Illinois Yoatb Killed While lloutlns
Frank Vaughn, aged 14, of Lead ford,
was accidentally shot and killed while
hunting. A companion carried hlra a
half mile to a farmhouse, where he