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THE OHIOAQO EAQiE, SATURDAY,' JANUARY 22, LfllO.
w POM JOHN H. JONES i Mason Contractor I Items from All Over the State of Matters of In- terest to Our Readers. 9140 Commercial Ave. TEL SOUTH CHICAGO 1039 lltiJl ' 523k$ : " . $ v WMHQkPiJiiML"' " '.-am aW v iiBmmHmra'2amBmmmmml K JBUkKtaiJlH&Sii ''liiysmmv aa'-!? BmaaVKJw'f?Baaaaaaaaamm1 rJatMaKjalaaMkr'BM HiKataH BkLLLLLWiaLaaaH 3aaaaaaaamS'aaaaaaai . i i WW v .' ria a m n4; .'Ac". 'II rf' v S. i-P Telephone Harrison 3443 H. R. GIBBONS DEALER IN NEW AND SECOND-HAND PACKING Office : 536 South Canal Street Warehouse: Carroll Avenue and Curtis Street CHICAGO FOR PICNICS, FESTIVALS, ETC. H. JAMES KOLZE'S FINE ELECTRIC PARK AND HOTEL ACCOMMODATIONS Cor. trying Park Boulevard and N. W. 64th Street CHICAGO C H. CARIV J. CARIV C. H. CAREY CO. General Contractors CIMINT WORK A SPECIALTY office 92 Li Salle Street Room 21 Phw. Franklin 100 OHICAQO TANNER & CONtEY Merchant Tailors First-Class Wark at Moderate Prices REAPER BLOCK 99 Washington St. CHICAGO TEL. CENTRAL 224 We Rent Tuxedea PUREf Ask Your Grocer For These Brands NONE BETTER. The J. C. Grant Chemical Company 110, 112, 114 Watt Lake Street CHICAGO BOXES n. M. CARIV YARD OFFICE 12th St. and Union Ave. OAK PARK, ILL. PHONR LAWNDALB tlU and Full Dress Suits PUREST Popular Attorney BUSINESS NOTES. The Northern Ilallway Supply Com pany is the foremost company of Its kind In Chicago. It handles evciy thing In the way of railway supplies. Including the newest and most prac tical wjndow ventilators. John V.. O'Malley, the Mpular Democratic "lead er and former 8tato Senator, Is pres ident of this big company, and II. W. Drew Is vice president. One of the finest and most success ful breweries in tho country Is the Dirk Dros. Brewing Company, which U run by William A. Blrlc nn'd Edward J. Blrk, two of Chicago's best known and -most highly rejected business men. Their beer Is a favorite with all judges of good beer. The famous Wurzburger Hofbrau and original Pllsener, favorites at all Chicago'! 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 representative. Tho great success of tho Best Brew ing Company Is duo to tho lino qual ity of beer brewed by them. There Is no finer beer anywhere. Charles Has terllk, ono of tho most popular and best known brewers In tho West, Is president of tho Best Browing Com pany. Tho handsomest, most sanitary and most durabla and efficient construction evor offered is the colobrated Opal Onyx Iceless Soda Fountains sold ex clusively by' the Bishop ft Babcock Roads treated with Liquid Asphalt 65? Grade (or Surface Treatment BOOKLET AND SPECIFICATIONS FOR THE ASKINQ INDIAN REFINING COMPANY, Inc, Road Preserving Department W. H'. BALDWIN, THE Our gMulas Pocahontas Smokslsss i ractls ail othsra for staaat purposes, Hundreds of families have kept . warm burning our coal. Bo can you. Try us, i ; "iii iwsspwsjifsspi '' "j"""l I' . ' ' ' , l W I i1 JwS"y K? "' M IBBISSBISBbSSISSl 111 S mh m V eSjSaaaaaaaaaaaaaaff.aaaaamaaaaaravKBaHaaaaSBBfmaMa fl BBBBBjSBBBBBWSBJBBBBBH fMfc-""----- m " - '" h fjg Jl mi JSBjSaaaaaaaasWIemmafD BKU991mlKWKKVfT9Ufr'iKn EtBKKKIKtBRtU&kto'&ta2iHi&lyUi Mr - ZmI&XIXKS A aPaMa3Mei I iiilTisaaBmiss bbbbbbbbjbbbjbbbjPjbbbbbbbbbbbjPPPPPPPBmV sBPJePPPaLsB LBBFZJzLJBVy f! sf . -L.TLT Hsssae j9 r r PAPPPflPPAPPasttaaaaaaaVBJpapPBPBBH ROSS C HALL, and Democratic Leader, Talked Of for 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 tinder tho capable and popular management of Cooper Lyon. The largest lumber yards In the world a io those of tho Edwnrd Hlnes Lumber Company. Everything in the way of lumber can be bought there. The main offices of this great concern are on Lincoln street, Just Bouth of Blue Island avenue. For the finest tailoring at moderate prices go to Tanner & Conlcy, lleaper block. They stand In the front ranks of Chicago's leading tailor Tuxedos aud full dress suits wfti be routed. Remember Breen & Kennedy are the sole proprietors of the famous Mary land Deserve Pure Rye Whiskey, rec ognized by everybody as the best on the market. Schwelzer ft West Mfg. Co., con tractors and builders, are tho people to go to for ilno Interior finish for buildings, special cabinet work and bank and oltlco fixtures. Office and fac tory at 86-91 North Ada street, and 410-420 Carroll avenue. Old Stylo I. user ia now ono of Chi cago's most papular beers and tho business of tho ( Hrlleman Brewing Company, which In Chicago Is under tho ablo and popular management of W. J. Welbuskey, la Increasing at a rapid rate. No better place lu Chicago fur pic nics, festivals and parties of all kinds than II. James Kolze's beautiful Elec AREA DEMONSTRATED SUCCESS Agent PHONE FRANKLIN 970 flUMEOP 06SD HALLEMAN COAL & ICE CO. Office 950 North Spauldlng Avenue TelephOM Humboldt 1187 ' Sanitary Trustee. tric Park, at the corner of Irving Park boulevard and Northwest 64th street For badges, buttons and signs of all kinds go to Geraghty & Co., 01 La Salle street. 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 Teutonic 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 Revolt's. If you cun't be suited at Revel I's you can't be suited anywhere. Remember tho only dramshop in demnity company doing business In Illinois is the Relsch Indemnity Com pany. The big company has assets of $4,000,000 nnd defends at their own expense all dramshop civil suits and pays nil judgments, attorney's fees and cotir' costs. Annual premium, cover ing nil Indemnity, $60. Chlcgo office Is nt 820 Corn Exchange Building. Cyrus A. Potts is the manager of the Chicago agency. Otto 'Irleslmrh Is the proprietor of the restaurant mid buffet at 188 South Water street, which Is patronized by the best business men. Mr. Urlcsbnch deserve? their patronage, for he treats them well. The Paragon Boiler Compound Is tho peer of all others now on the mar ket. Sidney McCloud, Manager, SIM Cornell avenue. The safest department store Id the .Ity to-day Is The Fair. It has Voad aisles and ever convenience for the public. Roads built with Liquid Asphalt Binder 95 Grade for Road Construction 413 Teutonic Building, Chicago COAL Happenings of the Week from Cairo to Chicago Carefully Com piled for Busy Men. GUtL FIRST AID r.I I. C. WP.E3K. Ilcrm-ir Hurl, All .McKvm.Ic Dlri-clx H.llir .rii-r Trnlii'. rriinh. Miss .1. II. .McKcnzte, n college sill, was the licrcino or tho Illinois Central wieck at Plnckneyvllle, which killed one pci'Bon nnd liijmcd nine. Al though lieicclf cut and bruhed, within three minutes after the pissenger train crashed Into the freight the cool headed glil had torn off her underskirt and was caring for the Injured and do lug her best to bring order out of con fusion. SM.-t, sleeves of her shirt waist, and then her handkerchiefs were quickly lipped up into bandages and tied n round the cuts and bruises of her Injured fellow passengers. Fire mnn Karl K. Kitchen' was caught be tween the tender nnd his engine and crushed to death. When his wife, who Is seriously 111 at her home In East St. Louis, heard of his death she had a relapse so severe that It is believed she can live only n few dayH. When the trains met the passengers were thrown from their seats and all were shaken and bruised. Miss McKcnzle, who resides in Lulu, Miss., directed the porter to make up all the berths he could and then after the Injured had been laid upon the beds she bound up their cuts. JUDGE RULES AGAINST STATE. lluiiii!irr- lli'jrplri Demurrer In h Two-l'rnt Fnro Tent. Judge J. Otis Humphrey of the United States Circuit court In Spring field, overruled the demurrer of At torney General Stead In the rase In volving tho constitutionality of the - cent fare law. The court nlco entered an order on the attorney geneial to file an answer to the petition of the receivers of the Chicago, Peoria & St. Louis railway, the road Involved In the legal struggle, within ten days. The attorney general had contended that the federal court did not have Juris diction In tho rase, after Judgo Humphrey had granted an Injunction to the road under which It Is collecting 3 rents a mllo as faro, alio that tho railroad had not made a showing to prove the l!-cent faie confiscatory. The receivers of the lontl, on the other hand, maintained tho federal court does havo jurisdiction In the case by virtue of tho alleged Infringement upon the federal Constitution, which prohibits the taking of property with out due process of law. FIFTY QUIT BAPTIST SCHOOL. I'lialiirx mill .MIuImO-HiiI '.(ulciilx ill OiiU Willi rrexlil'-iit. Fifty students, mostly pastors of ohurches nnd ministerial studcntu, have withdrawn from Kwlng College, ono of tho oldest denominational schools In Illinois, berauso of charges against tho president, Dr. Loavett. The school had an enrollment of ITS be fore the withdrawal. A circular letter was mailed to Illinois Baptists tho other day by tho withdrawing stu dents, bended by Kldor C. W. Culp, pastor of the First Hnptlst church of Alto Pass, lu the letter Is said: "Wo know enough from our own experience to make II Impossible for us longer conscientiously to affiliate with such management." Professor and Mrs. C. M. Stevens nnd Professor James A. Palmer also withdrew. Tho board of trustees exonerated Dr. Lcavett, but tho withdrawing students declnro that the trial was unfair. JEALOUS MAN SHOOTS GIRL. Cnutliililt- nf Mi'inlolii (iot'N In l.n Siillr, mill Currlt'H Out Tlirral. Following out a threat he had made by letton Kdwln 1). Faber, constublo o( Momlotn, shot aud Injured .Miss Sadie Hauser, a waitress of La Salle, Fa bar then killed himself. MIfs Hausor Is In a hospital, and doctors think she may get well. The girl formerly lived In Momlotn. Fnber was Jealous and on Saturday wrote to her that ho was coming In kill her. About 1 o'clock lu the afternoon he walked Into the rafo whom tho girl worked nnd fired a bullet Into her head, Slio fell, but Fabor, reached over tho counter nnd shot her again, this tluia lu tho body. Then he tin nod tho revolver on him self. p.. MOTORMAN'S SLAYER IS TO DIE. lira Hi St-ul'-m-i on .Warci Iti-mll .tluliM ill lti'llcllle, Willis Clark, coloro'd, pleaded guilty In tho Circuit court In Uollovlllo to tho murdor of Hugono douday, an East St. Louis street car motorman, on De cember 18, aud was sentenced by Judgo Crow to be hanged Fobruary 18. Tho night after Clark was arrested two mobs bent on lynching him wore dis persed by the police and tho deputy sheriff and eight companies; of Illi nois militia were ordered by Governor Dcneon to be in readiness. Edward Stanger of East Mollno was killed at Sheffield Crossing wben he stepped from a freight train on which ho was brakemnn in front of the fast mall train. COAL FAMINE AT MONMOUTH. Wilier Mii'U' of riJr TlirenU-MCil mill I'lii'ldrlex MuM Clii-ie. The water supply of Monmouth Is threatened, many fuctorlcs are on tho verge of shutting down and churchct and schools must close, ull on account of ono of the most serious coal fam ines In the history of tho city. The dealers say that It Is Impossible to get tho railroads to ship enough fuel to supply the Increasing demands. Much suffering is reported from tho residence dlstilct. CHERRY WOMAN DIES OF GRIEF. Wlilutv of MnnvWho-ie llil- l Mill! In Mine Trnfcle Victim. Mrs. Charles Knnlhmo of Spring Valley, whose husband was one of the victims of the Cherry mlno horror, his body still remaining In the pit, Is dead of a broken heart. The doc tors say that hers was one of the few cases that had come to their at tention where the patient actually died of grief. No medicine was of nall and the woman steadily sank. MARRIED BESIDE A COFFIN. Wnlntil Couiile Weill- nt lller l Mf-hoii! Teiielier'n Mother. Assistant Postmaster Ira M. White and Miss Kltnuda Clonlgam, a high school teacher, both of Walnut, were married the other afternoon beside the ensket containing the body of tho bride's mother. The ceremony was performed one hour before the funeral services. The bride's mother request ed, just before she died, that the wed ding plans be carried out. Vermlelile I MnxluK Man. ' After using n prepared vermicide In the court house In Uloomlngton all morning, John Knlahar, the janitor, was stricken nnd is not expected to live. His body turned a dark blue In color. Cyanide of potassium, said to be a component of tho vermicide, Is believed to be tho cause. ALL OVER THE STATE. The J. 11. Kuykendall Company's flouring mill nt Vienna was entirely destroyed; loss, $10,000; no Insurance. In lifting a shotgun fiom an nuto, Jnuics A. Cunningham, a wealthy citi zen of lloopcston, member of tho stnto board of agriculture, was killed. Arnold Hoostrom was killed by n bul let from n rifle held by n boy com panion with whom ho was hunting inbblts near Wataga. Tho victim was Kl years old. As she attempted to light her plpo nt a kerosene lump, the clothing of Mrs. John Wood, 80 years old, of Lan ark, became Ignited and she was so badly burned that she died soon after. John York of Hldgowny was brought fiom Cairn and lodged In jail In liar rlsburg, charged with stealing a mule from Aco Ulster, which ho sold. York claims to havo gotten badly In debt nnd said he stole tho mulo to "leave the country." Theresa Tetrolskl, 4 years old, died of burns at her parents' homo in Chi cago. Whllo the child was playing with two other children near the stove, her mother being absent, her clothing caught flro and she was fa tally injured. Engineer John Scoflcld and Head llrnkcinnn Ilynn of tho Vandalla were killed near Hfllngham when they jumped from an engine. The cylinder head of tho locomotive blew out while the tiain was running about thirty miles an hour. Deromlng suddenly insane upon a Chicago & Alton train, Henry Uenson, , n wealthy resident of Duluth, Minn., jumped off tho platform, nt Atlanta and plunged thiough n window of tint depot. Hu was captuied and placed In tho Logan County Jail. Ono city In the vicinity of Chicago suffered the dire effects of tho coal shortngo the other day. All llgh'.s went out In Auiorn at 9 o'clock at night. With only a fow tons of coal loft, ull tho flies In the municipal lighting plant were put out. ' With a concussion that shook tho ontlio city, gas escaping from a ten iae!) main exploded In tho wntor gas department of tho Union Gas Com pany's plant In Uloomlngton, wreck ing tho main building, killing three employes and Injuring six others, A post mortem examination of tho body of Nathaniel Hobart Mooro, the financier, who was found dead In tho dlsroputnblo resort of Victoria Shaw, 2014 Dearborn street, Chicago, was tnado under tho direction of Coroner Hoffman. Tho Inquest will bo held later. Tho 8haw womnn and another woman thought to be Bertha Dorsoy, who Is said to have been the last per son to ceo Mooro alive, nro being held nt tho police station. Moore, who Is survived by a young widow, is be lieved to have died of heart failure, Induced by u long career of wild dissipation. -5J y hu Afe.y -AMks '"' w a : -Y'ijL;' , . j " " -T'- '" J'W w'v- rXiw ., ,v-t.A. .- ' &