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THE OHIOAGO EAGLE, 8ATURDAY, MARCH 28, 1 910. NINE STRONG REPUBLICANS TALKED OF FOR MAYOR: Fred A. Busse, J. R. Thompson, Barnard A. Eckhart, Edward H. Paters, Isaac N. Powell, Leroy A. Goddard, James A. Hogan,' William Kolacek, John F. Smulski, f-i 11' Wifri 1,-n,- X I V M ft ! f ft.9 I E $' L 1 4l j ! ;i PHONB LAKE VIEW IIM J MERCHANTS FUEL COMPANY THOS. W. OILMORB Sec. Md Tress. RAOIRE AVENUE AMI ROSOOE STREET The Best Pocahontas The Best Hard Coal f The Best Service DELIVERIES ANYWHERE ON THE NORTH SIDE . TNl FACTORY II THI PLAOE TO BUY furs at Reasonable Prices Fur Coats, Neckwear, and Muffs Fill MMIMH m lEMDEUm II MX IMICIEt CEO.W.PAULLIN STEWART IUILIINI, N. W. COMER STATE AMI WASHINGTON STREETS FOURTH FLOIR. CATALOIUE MAILED FREE. EAOLETS. Alilnrmnn John GolomblewBkl de serves to be returned to the Council hv the voters of the Twenty-nintn Ward, nnd he will be, Alderman Qolom- blewskl Is nn honest, nardworKing ana conscientious public official, who is looking nftcr, at all times, the inter ests of his constituents. One Instance of his good work In the Council can be seen by the passage of his order In tho Council for tho extension of the 51st street car lino from Woml street to Central l'ark ave nue. This was gained for tho people by tho personal efforts of Alderman John dolojnblewskl, who got the front- age consent of tho property owners nnd secured the extension In the Coun cil. This extension of tho 51st street car line will benefit thousands of peo ple, nnd will be a boon to all real es tate In that pnrt of Chicago. The people of the Twenty-ninth Ward can be proud of such a representative as Alderman John dolomblewskl, nnd his re-election by a big plurality will be a worthy reward for an honest, In dustrious and faithful public servant. ESTABLISHED 1MB INCORPORATED 1B04 JOHN BLOCKI & SON (Is.) PERFUMERS PATENTEES OP , "Blocki's Flower Perfume" (Fat Jm. '071 '1 EAST 13th STREET, nfiBKIfo CHICAGO Telephone Calumet 418 TELEPHONE MONROE 1839 Schweizer & West Mfg. Co. , Contractor! and Builders Manufacturers of Fine Interior Finish for Buildings, Special Cabinet Work, Bank and Office Fixtures Office and Factory 86-94 NORTH ADA STREEf 410-420 CARROLL AVENUE CHICAGO, ILL. A. C. CLARK & CO. HAKIM Braaa and . '.' Iron SpeclaltltM ESTIMATES FOR HIOH ORADB WORK ON REQUEST Grand Crossing - ChHcago PHONB HVDB PARK 1100 ' N. M. BLIMENTHAL REAL ESTATE and INSURANCE H..E. GorDBr Wisconsin mi Mohiwk Shuts Following Is the list of Republican, Democratic nnd Independent candi dates for aldermen: FIRST WARD. John J. Coughlln Democratic John 8. Townsend Republican SECOND WARD. Wilson Shufclt ..i Republican John H. Montgomery Democratic Edward C. Wentworth.... Independent THIRD WARD. T. J. D. Marshall Democratic William J. Prlnglo Republican FOURTH WARD. John A. Rlchcrt Democratic FIFTH WARD. Charles Martin Democratic William J. McKenna Republican SIXTH WARD. Harry J. Coleman democratic William R. Parker Republican SEVENTH WARD. iipmnr.1 W. Snow Republican John C, Bchrer Democratic HIUM1M nUi John S. Derpa Democratic Nell Lvkkn Republican John H. Jones Independent NINTH WARD. Emnnual N. Abrahams ...Democratic Henry L. Flck Independent TENTH WARD. Frank J. Vavrlcek Democratic ELEVENTH .WARD. Frank P. Danish Democratic Otto J. Novak Republican TWELFTH WARD. A. J. Cermak Democratic THIRTEENTH WARD. James R. Duckley Democratic J. E. Evans Republican , FOURTEENTH WARD. Michael Maher Democratic C. J. Lucas Republican FIFTEENTH WARD. A. W. RellfusB Republican SIXTEENTH WARD. Frank W. Koraleskl Democratic Thos. F. Leanlnk Republican SEVENTEENTH WARD. William E. Dever Democratic Charles Ryberg Republican Stanley Wnlkowlak .., ...Independent EIGHTEENTH WARD. Michael C. Conlon Democratic W. J. llenly Republican NINETEENTH WARD. James D. Bowler Democratic TWENTIETH WARD. Nicholas R., Finn Democratic Carl T. Murray Republican TWENTY-FIRST WARD. Charles M. Foell Republican Frank II. Dowen Democratic TWENTY-SECOND WARD. Bernard F. Clottenberg. . . . Republican P. J. Sullivan Democratic TWENTY-THIRD WARD. Nicholas J. Schmltz Democratic Fred A. Britten Republican TWENTY-FOURTH WARD. John Haderleln Democratic Chester Strall Republican TWENTY-FIFTH WARD. C. G. McRoberts Republican .1. J. Mlllln Democratic Chas. :d Thomson'. Independent TWENTY-SIXTH WARD. Petor Romberg Democratic TWENTY-SEVENTH WARD. Frank J. Wilson Democratic James F. Clancey , Republican TWENTY-EIGHTH WARD. Charles Twigg Democratic W. II. Blencoe Republican TWENTY-NINTH WARD. John Golomblewskl Republican Frank McDermott Domocratlo THIRTIETH WARD. John Burns Republican Joseph T. Mnlioney Democrats THIRTY-FIRST WARD. Henry P. Borgen Democratic William J. Roberts Republican, THIRTY-SECOND WAHU. James Ilea ..-. Republican Samuel J. Spence Democratic THIRTY-THIRD WARD. Eugene Block -Democratic John h. Carneglo Republican THIRTY-FOURTH WARD. James Donahue Democratic Jonathan Ruxton Republican TIURTY-FIFTH WARD. Charles J. Forsberg Republican George C. Slkes ,, Democratic Turcomany consider theft honorable, and pay honor to the memories of noted robbers. Our own primitive sav ages held horse-scaling and scalp-lift- Ing to be not only praiseworthy, but tho tests of manhood and qualities of leadership. The ancient Egyptians prided themselves on their skill in ly ing, but they were mere pikers In this art bestdo some of the modern devo tees of high finance. There Is much in human history to Justify the doc trine of orlglnnl Bin. Our virtues seem to be acquired qunlltlcs, begot by pa clent and painful endeavor, through Imitation of tho example of tho better specimens of-the race and the teach ings of tho llluralnatl. Men have stoned their prophets In nil ages, but they have nevertheless profited by their instructions. The same process is going on to-day. We of this genera tion are starting from higher ground, but we are climbing no less surely than did our renioto ancestors. Per haps tho most notable feature of tho day Is the tendency to be dissatisfied with mere abstract morality and to in sist upon Its manifestation and appli cation in the concrete. Tho people are demanding higher standards In busi ness, finance nnd Industry. High ideals alone nre nbt satisfying. There must bo high living ns well ns high think ing. Tho popular Impatience with ex isting evils Is shown In the, humorous efforts to correct them by statutory enactment What does It matter how old a man Is or what tho age of a woman is It they wish to marry? What have years to do with love and that felicity that comes from the tying of tho nup tial knot? Dr. Johnson's wlfo was moro thnn twenty years his senior, and Shnkespearo's spouse was old enough to be his mother. They were happy, and why should not those who follow their example In these days also And connubial Joys? It is getting to ho tho fashion nowadays, this mating of December and May. Recently a wealthy woman of Hartford made plans for marrying a schoolboy at New Haven. She was about 70 and he about 20, and her children and grand children, when they heard about It, went to tho courts and said sho was crazy. But tho Judges knew otherwise, and set her free and let her continue mistress oV her own fortune. Thn thoro was the lady of a noted Ameri can family who lived in her mansion on the Hudson. For sixty-eight years she iiad lived alone, and then she mar ried her hostler, aged 24. What of that? Shnll a woman who has .wd nearly threescore years and ten and still Is an old maid continue so until her death? Isfnctorlty by Ironing. Clothing which has been worn by children affected by various contagious diseases, and which contained bacteria or 'pus, diphtheria and the like, was sprinkled and Ironed. ,lt was then rubbed on plates of gela tine prepared for the culture of bac teria, but not a single colony was developed. Tho desirability of a uniform for school children has been the subject of debato among leaders of thought In the State of Washington. Tho raising of the question Is due to tho unhappy riv alry that so frequently arises among school children at graduation time. Tho aim Is to make popular tho adop tion of some simple stylo of dress which shall do away with competition nnd nt the same tlmo servo the pur pose of utility and convenience. There Is no reason why tho plan should not succeed. It has long been In practice In English schools, nnd In some of the best-known prlvato schools In Amer ica. It will succeed as soon as a uni form Is adopted by any particular school which seems to confer distinc tion nnd, a mark of differentiation from the less fortunate. A physician of Currlc, near Edin burgh, who has long been known ns "the Htarvlng doctor," tins died at tho ago of Dl. Tho peculiarities of his treatment wcro that ho gave llttlo medicine, no alcoholic stimulants, nnd encouraged rest and fasting during Ill ness. "Open the windows, go to bed, eat nothing nt all and drink plenty of good water," lie was accustomed to tell his patients. His success was attested both by his largo practice nnd by his own retention of health to extreme old age. For nearly flfiy years Theodor Mommsen was professor of ancient his tory In the University of Berlin. Dur ing this tlmo he nchlevcd a world wide reputation for scholarship. Tho Germans have lately done honor to his memory by erecting on the grounds of the university a memorial statue, rep resenting the great man, seated with a book on his knee, as If ho wcro still teaching his generation the lessons they should learn from tho past. Ironing linen has a greater effect than Is commonly believed. As Arte tomporature of the Iron may greatly exceed 200 degrees Fahrenheit It bos been suggested that the process of Ironing may suffice to sterilize surgical dressings and henco be of valuable service, especially in rural districts and elsewhere, In the absenco of dis infecting ovens and sterilizers. Near ly all microbes can be killed by a sufficiently long application of a tem perature of 158 degrees Fahrenheit, but a temperaturo of 200 degrees Fahrenheit is required to kill certain ipores of bacteria and to produce ab solutely complete sterilization. It has been proved by 'experiment that It Is possible to disinfect clothing very sat- Swimming Is not only something which boys proverbially enjoy, but Is also frequently urged as an accomplish ment which all persons owo it to them selves to possess. Yet a surprisingly large numbor of young men even among those who go to sea do not learn to swim. While tho Atlantic squadron was holding its winter drill In Cuban waters a few weeks ago thoro was swimming Instruction for no few er thnn 3,600 men In the fleet who had never acquired the art. Parisians of tho present day are llko tho compatriots of Noah. When the French hydrogrnphlc bureau proph esied floods they ridiculed tho Idea, and as they crossed tho bridges of tho Seine would remark flippantly to one another, "Look out or you will get your feot wet." But the flood came. Stockholders' Meeting. Tint niiiuml mrotltiK of tin- Htuvkliolilers nf lliu Clilniuo Nowxpupor Union will ! Iielil nt tliu tillU-o or ihe Company. No. an South Jefferson Htioot, ChtoiiKO. ill.; nt 1'-' o'clock noon, on the 12th iluy of April. 1M0. for tho pin pone of electing . Ho.inl or DlievtotH tar tho oiixulnir yenr. 1'. J. DAItClli:, Secretin y. A CREDIT-RATING AND COLLECTION COMPANY Continuouely Conducted Thirty Years under same manage ment. We have facts and information concerning the Financial Standing, Habit of Pay and General Reputation for Credit of more than Five Hundred Thousand individuals, firms and corporations doing business in the city of Chicago. Our facilities enable us to write Commercial, Fidelity and Insurance Reports immediately on request. No annual subscription is required to do business with this office. For further information send postal or call Central 1081. fyjMkm&m renr eAtM The nomination by the Democrats of John J. Bradley for Sheriff would add strength to the wholo ticket'. Aro virtuous actions iutultlonal? That is to say, are tho feelings that prompt them divinely given? Are they independent of the experience and teachings of ourselves and our ancestors? Herbert Spencer rejects the intuitional theory. To him, con science seems not innato, but a mat ter of education and environment. For Instance is there any natural Intui tion of tho sinfulness of murder? Mod ern peoplo generally regard It as sin ful becausd they,have;been so taught; but the Fijian regards murder as an honorable action, .In like manner, the Extension Telephone Are Now 50c Per Month In the Office They Save Time, Energy " Money In the Home They Save Going Up & Down Stair and arm Idtal a$ FIRE and BURGLAR ALARMS Why Not Order NOW? Call Contract Department MAIN 294 CHIC A GO TELEPHONE CO. 203 WaMngton Stmt John M. Ewen Co. AIND BUILDERS THE ROOKERY CHICAGO I 0. F. O'MALLEY, Pres't H. W. DREW, Vlce-Prss't NORTHERN RAILWAY SUPPLY CO. DKALCRS IN RAILWAY SUPPLIES 1114 ONAMIER OF CIMMEROE IUILDIM Phone Main 5259 CHICAGO T A MM W WBB IT WWJ Loci. DUtanca 1U1I .1. MX IVInlKI I I r.KII IV T.l.ph.M.Ftau.at r a tiavama m m mw BUI Eschant Breeder g$Mlh$Smlhm$lmf Kanmt City en Mit- Nurl Pmtifie mndRoth hlmiti Itutlnmit of - Thoroughbred Hereford and Short Horn GREENWOOD, MO. 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