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THE OH 10 AGO EAGLE, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 12, 1910.
if .i 51 r JOHN H. JONES Mason Contractor 9140 Commercial Ave. TEL SOUTH CHICAGO 1039 Telephone Harrison 3443 H. R. GIBBONS DEALER IN NEW AND SECOND-HAND PACKING Office : 536 South Oanal Street Warehouse: Carroll Avenue andCurtis Street CHICAGO FOR PICNICS, FESTIVALS, ETC. H. JAMES KOLZE'S FINE ELECTRIC PARK AND HOTEL ACCOMMODATIONS Cor. Irviof Park Boulevard and N. W. 64th Street CHICAGO C N. CAMV J. CARIV C. H. CAREY CO. General Contractors CIMINT WORK A SPECIALTY 1 omcB 12 U Salle Street Rmm 21 Mm. Frusta t OHIOAQO TANNER & CONLEY Merchant Tailors rt-Cla Wsrk.it Mtderats PrtMt REAPER BLOCK 99 Wishlniton St. CHICAGO TEL. CENTRAL 224 We Rent Tuxeita and PURE - Ask Your Grocer For These Brandt NONE BETTER. The J, C. Grant Chemical Company 110, 112, 114 Wtt Lke Street , CHICAGO BOXES N. M. AUV YARDOPFICD 12th St. tod Unioa Av. OAK PARK..ILL. WON! LAWMOALS SJM rull Draw Suits PUREST BUSINESS NOTES. The Merchants Fuel Company offdrs to North Sldera the best Pocahontas, the beet hard coal and the best serv ice. Deliveries anywhere on the North Side. Office Is at Racine avenue nnil Roscoo street. Telephone I.nko View fiCM. The Northern Railway Supply Com pany Is the foremost company of Its kind In Chicago. It handles every thing In the way of railway supplier Including tho newest and most prac tical window ventilators. John F. O'Malley, the popular Democratic lead er and former State Senator, is pres ident of this big company, and II. W. Drew is vice president. August Luchow Is the solo Importer of tho famous Wurzburger Hotbrau and original PUsener. These Imported beers are favorites at all leading buf fets und clubs. Mr. Luchow's Chicago ottlces are at 108 La Salle street, the Stock Exchango building and aro in charKe of Mr. Hans Luchow, tho pop ular and energetic western representa tive. , The Beer with a Snap to it Old Style Lager. Tho factory Is the place to buy furs at reasonable prices. Oct your fur coats, muffs and fur neckwear from George W. Paullln In the Stewart building, at State and Washington streets, and save money. Fur ropulr Ing and remodeling in all branches. Catalogue will be mailed free. The handsomest, most sanitary and most durable and efficient construction ever offered Is the celebrated Opal Onyx Icelesa Soda Fountains sold ex clusively by the Bishop a Babcock Roads treated with Liquid Asphalt 65 6ndi for Surface Triitmint BOOKLET AND SPECIFICATIONS FOR THB A3KINO INDIAN REFININQ COMPANY, Inc. Road Preserving Department W. H. BALDWIN, Agent 413 Teutonic Building; Chicago PHONE FRANKLIN 970 " ' t' law f ' '"&. r t''&fMftf3sSSfMFS n rnBTwy " BtAfvi ' . .. , v-v Ttifljim t l EHBBBiT-3lmaM'M:-,H1L1JJ,f1M'MM"' 1 ISBBBSMBBBBBBSBMBMBBBMBWBfPBMBBwBwBwl rJ-rjHL,,''r- nlr - it ;"aBBSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSMiBBBBBBBBBBBB 'PjBfflSattW. 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BWaBBBBBBBBBBBBBBM EDWARD MUELHOEFER, Popular and Progressive North 8tde Citizen. 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 Lyon. TI:e largest lumber yards In the world are those of the Edward Hlnes Lumber Company. Everything In the wny of lumber can bo bought there. The main offices of this great concern are on Lincoln street, just south of Blue Island avenue. For the finest tailoring at moderate prices go to .Tanner & Conley, Reaper block. They stand In tho front rank of Chicago's leading tailors. Tuxedos and full dress suits ran be rented. Remember Breen & Kennedy are the sole proprietors of the famous Mary land Reserve Pure Rye Whiskey, rec ognlred by everybody as the best on the market 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 ottlce fixtures. Office and fac tory at 86-94 North Ada street, and 410-120 Carroll avenue. Old. Style Lager Is now one of Chi cago's most popular boors and the business of th.e O. Heileman Brewing Compnny, which in Chicago is under tho able and popular management of W. J. Welbaskey, is Increasing at a rapid rate. No better place In Chicago for pic nics, festivals and parties of all kinds than U Jaces Kolxe'a beautiful Elec ME I ENONSTRATEI SUOOESS HOME OFGOOD HALLEMAN COAL & ICE CO. Office 980 North Spaulding Avenue TolopaoM rlwsiMMt 1117 tric Park, at the corner of Irving Park boulevard and Northwest 04th street For badges, buttons and signs of all kinds go to Qeragbty & 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. V. 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 can't be suited at Rcvcll's you can't be suited anywhere. Remember the only dramshop In demnity company doing business In Illinois is the Relsch Indemnity Com pany. The big company has assets of $4,000,000 and defends nt their own expense all dramBhop civil suits and pays all Judgments, attorney's fees and court costs. Annual nremlum. caver. ing all Indemnity, $60. Chlcgo office Is at 820 Corn Exchange Building. Cyrus A. Potts is the manager of the Chicago agency. W. Kolacek ft Co. at 559, 561, 563 and 565 Bluo Island avenue, is one of the foremost department stores in tho city. Everything in the line or merchandise nt the lowest prices. West Slders should remember Kolacek's when looking for real bargains. The Paragon Boiler Compound Is tho peer of all others now on the mar ket. Sidney McCIoud, Manager, 8151 Cornell avenue. The safest department store In the -Ity to-day Is The Fair. It has 'road ilsles and every convenience for the jubllc. Roads built with Liquid Asphalt Binder 95? Grade lor Road Construction COAL NEWS FROM 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. FOOD PRICES ELASTIC. Cent nf Miutli .wliimn ( Vnrr 0e lllll lt-r CVul 'Iliriiiittli Mlnlis Wldo difference! ox I it In tlic rctnll prices of food pioiluots In the cities of llllnolH, ncLordlng to flgurea compiled by nineteen newspniicin-liascd on quo tations of Feb. 1. Co m pnr I son of prices hIiowh n rnngu of more than 100 per cent In various table necessities. Tho products In which the vnrlnnco of prlco Is tho most pronounced aro sugar, potatoes, pork and beof. Tho tabulation of food prices came as a icsult of charges In different locali ties that the present prices arc, In part, the result of larger profits de manded by retailers. The story was spread throughout tho Stnte that the price of flour varied greatly In dif ferent sections. Tho movement to com pare quotations was started by the Galesburg Mall. Tho products upon which figures were gathered aro flour, eggs, sugar butter, cheese, potatoes cabbage, on ions, turnips, bananas, beef, sausage, ham, bacon, pork chops, mutton and chicken. Examples of the wide range of prices, as published, follow: Turnips, per peck ElKln ISc Aurora 30c llunnnnx, per dozen Elgin lOOZOc anlcxburR !Sc tbiund ott'iik. per pound Elkln l:'irirc D.imlllo ISc Hlrloln Ktenk. per pound KiiNt St. I.oiiIh.I&o KprliiKfleld ....SHc KiuiKiw, per pound KtKln KifflCc 1'eoi In :0c Hum, er pound KlKln ISOlCc Monmouth ....:5c Huron, per pound Kluln lCfjlSc Aurora ...2S(t30c Mutton, per pound Monmouth ....ISc HprliiKdeld ....SOc I'otk cliopH, per pound Kluln 14c ClttlexburK 18c Chicken, per pound Altorf ISc CliumpalKii ,...::c Flour, per 100 pound Mollne .t2.Sr.fr3.S0 llellovlllo ....13.90 duunr, per 100 pound niRin ...c.ioon.so iictioviiio ...,i.s Kckk, per dozen Itockfortl 35c SprltiKfleld ....40c Onlry butter, per pound rtcllcvllle 25c Dunvlllo 35c Cheeep, per pound Jollct 20c Peoria 25c Potntoen, per IiiifIic I Molina ....SOftdOc DnnMllo 90c CiiltlHiKC, per pound F.lcln 2c Aurora Sc Onlonx. per peck Sprlnsfleld ....15c Treepnrt COc Tho figures quoted show tho extreme low and high prices, although care was taken In the comparison to secure quo tations upon the best quality of tho product In each local market. TJte fig ures show no particular geographical portion of tho State in which prices aro remarkably lower than any other,, although the average quotations in El gin and Dloomlngton are lowest In tho list, with Uellovllle, Champnlgn nnd Springfield at the top. Tho compara tive table, however, indicates that whllo one product costs more in one city than in any of tho other eighteen, another product costs less in that, city than in any of the others. CELEBRATES HIS DIVORCE. Bl StnUhlra of Mmllaan Entertain. Elaborately to Know III. Joy. Zlva StalBhlm, owner of a hotel nt Madison, and reputed to bo worth $30, 000, became so joyful when granted a divorce at Edwardsville that he at once spent 123,000 to show his feeling in, the matter. Of the amount $20,000 was voluntarily given to his three chil dren, who are now in Austria with their mother. Sending out courier from Edwardsville to gather his friends at Madison and Granite City, the newly divorced man stnrted homo ward, lavishing money as ho went. At Madison ho pelelirated with hundreds of friends and acquaintances and then sent through the byways and high ways of Granite City to get still others to aid him in making merry. Sum moning us many as his hotel would bold, Stalshim spent tho remainder of the evening thero, showing them how happy ho was to be free again. Mrs. Stalshim recently returned to Austria with' her chlldicn. Stalshim, who Is 35 years old, charged In his potttlon sho deserted him. Ho vigorously de nied ho intended remarrying. CONVICT IS FIRE HERO. Neuro Murilrrrr I.rml UOO In I'lKht n Flume, Firo caused by a convict's torch de stroyed tho power house of tho Jollot penitentiary tho other morning. A prisoner and tho engineer were over conio by smoke. Tho loss of $100,000 Is total, as tho State carries no insur ance. The convicts were In alarm for some time, hut thero was no outbreak. As soon as the alarm was given extra precautions against an outbreak were taken. Tho prison brigade, composed of "trusties" and employ;, did excel lent service In preventing a spread of the flames until tho arrival of tho Jollot flro department. Tucker Bal lard, a negro "lifer," who has served twenty-seven years, did heroic service, and was dragged unconscious from the power Iioubq ns tho roof fell in, General Booth expects the end of tho world soon, Tho general Is getting old. SHORT STATE ITEMS. Otto Whltchouso h confined to his home in Litchfield with a severe caso of smallpox. The miners at tho Granvlllo mine of tho St. Paul Coal Company have gone on strike. Settn 'Wlldo who lives near Colum bia, shot herself with a revolver four times In nn attempt to end her life. An epidemic of scarlet fever Is rag ing at Ashley. To protect the until; fected children the public schools have x been closed. The Lelsy Brewery Company, of Pe oria, has purchased tho Bluff Brewery In Qulncy, together with the saloons It controls. In Mclycansboro, Joseph Graf sold to C. C. Goodrich four hogs whose av erage weight was 425 pounds, and for which he received $130. Mrs. Amelia Strub, aged 50 years, the wife of Edward Strub, recently fell down a cellar stairs and received In juries causing her death In Qulncy. Rising from the breakfast table, Mrs. William Hurst, aged 80, wife of n well known Civil War veteran, was stricken by heart disease In Kewunee, and fell dead. Thomas Webb, veteran of tho Mex ican war, died In Frceport,- aged ninety-one. He participated In the battles of Buena Vista, Vera Cruz and Mexico City. Application has been mado In Elgin for a franchiso on city streets for the Elgln-Evanston Electric Railroad, a proposed air line from tho Chicago suburb to that city. Falling to secure tho necessary num ber of signers to petitions, the churches desiring to get tho saloon question to a voto In Qulncy in tho spring have dropped the movement. E. W. Balgcman, president, and William F. Koelllng, cashier, of tho closed Crete State Bank, were found not guilty of receiving deposits after ' the bank was Insolvent. As result of a shooting affray at Alexander, S. D. Berup Is lying In St. John's Hospital at Springfield and 'An drew Baker went to Jacksonville and gave himself up to tho sheriff. Milton Gardner, an employo of the Rankin Chemical Company In Jollot, fell Into a tank of nitrogen. He was prisoner an hour and three nion were overcome in the rescue. Ho is not ex pected to live. Joe and Floyd Harding, aged 1C and 18, respectively, brothers, of Miles, la., were arrested In Anna after confess ing to having robbed a store' In Ullln. The chief of pollco recovered $100 worth of stolen articles. Au exhibit car sent out by tho Stnto of Montana, whllo In tho yards at Carthage,' was entered by vandals, who slashed and Injured the vegetables and fruits, doing $1,000 damage. The man agers cay they will have to discontin ue that car for this season. An appeal to Gov. Deneen to call a convention to consider the conserva tion of tho resources of Illinois and the causes of the Increased cost of foodstuffs Is mado by tho Illinois Corn Growers and Stockmen's Association, which closed Its meeting at the Uni versity of Illinois College of Agricul ture. Warned that on adverse decision had been rendered by the federal court. Miss Annie Kelloy, a young 'school teacher of Tolono, has lied to escape arrest by Deputy Marshal Williams. Miss Kelley had cither to pay a Judg ment of $1,200 to Mr. nnd Mrs. William Burke, of Tolono, or go to Jail for whipping their son. Tho residents of Tolono side with tho girl. Tho Illinois Grand Lodge of Odd Follows held n special session In Gales burg tho other day, which drow an attendance of 1,000 visitors represent ing fifty-four lodges of that part of Illinois. Tho day was spent In a school of Instruction and tho grand lodge degree was eonfened on a class of 110 candidates. The Illinois Ilebekahs also hold a like session. Frederick A. Pearno, a dlvUlon agent of the Chicago and Alton railroad, attempted suicide in a hotel In Spring filed, lie shot himself twice over tho hen: t, and was taken to n hospital In a critical condition. Uespondoney over altered conditions of life Is given as the cause. Pearno formerly held n good position with tho Chicago and Great Westorn railroad, given him by T, P, Shouts. Tills ho lost when Shouts left tho road. "No unmarried man need apply" is the sign that has been hung up by the land owners of Logan County, who nro renting tholr farm lands for tho next year, The movement has thrown the young men Into a panic, und It is said more engagements have been announc ed In tho vicinity of Atlnntn since tho plans were started In the sumo period i In halt a dozen years preceding. Oth er young men Inclined to balk at tho matrimonial proposition are departing for other sections. The United States can feed as well as fight its foes. hkf Y'l ?n E-a-ni I'MHo i u ,rt ,