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THE OHIOAQO EAGLE, SATURDAY, MAROH 20, 1010.
Y ? ' A XV I. M Ivf -A, ' . W i 4v ' V ' I JOHN H. JONES Mason Contractor 9140 Commercial Ave. r TEL. SOUTH CHICAGO 1039 Telephone Harrison 3443 H. R. GIBBONS DEALER IN NEW AND SECOND-HAND PACKING. BOXES Office : 530 South Canal Street Warehouse: Carroll Avenue and Curtis 8treet OHIOAQO FOR PICNICS. FESTIVALS, ETC.. H. JAMES KOLZE'S FINE ELECTRIC PARK AND HOTEL ACCOMMODATIONS Cor. Irvlof Park Boulevard and N. W. 64th Stmt CHICAGO . N. CAMV , J.CAMV C. H. CAREY CO, General Contractors OIMINT WORK A SPECIALTY tmcB W U Silk Street RM2I ' Mmm Prsakas IM OHIOAQO TANNER & CONLEY Merchant Tailors rmt-Claat Werfc it Melerite Men ' REAPER BLOCK Wastityiton St. CHICAGO TIL. CENTRAL 224 We Rent Tixetfee PURE Ask Your Grocer For These Brands NONE BETTER. The J. C. Grant Chemical Company 110, 112, 114 Wtet Lake Street CHICAGO M.M.CAUV YARDOmCB 12th St ud Uilea Ave. OAK PARK, ILL. HON! LAWNBAUI tfN . enJ full Dreei tilts PUREST Weil-Known and f BUSINESS NOTES. The Merchants Fuel Company offers to North Slders the best Pocahontas, the best hard coal and the best serv ice. Deliveries anywhere on the North Side. Office is at Racine avenue and Roscoe street. Telephone Lake View 5394. The Northern Railway Supply Com pany Is the foremost company of its kind in Chicago. It handles every thing In the way of railway supplies, Including the 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 H. W. Drew Is vice president. August Luchow is the sole Importer of 'the famous Wurzburger Hotbrnu and original Pllsener. These Imported beers, are favorites at all leading but fets and clubs. Mr. Luchow's Chicago offices are at 108 La Salle street, tue Stock Exchange building and are in charge of Mr. Hans Luchow, the pop ular and energetic western representa tive. The Beer with a Snap to it Old Style Lager. The factory is the place to buy furs at reasonable prices. Get your fur coats, muffs and fur neckwear from George W. Paullln In the 8tewart building, at State and Washington streets, and save money. Fur ropulr ing and remodeling tin all branches. Catalogue will be mailed free. The handsomest, most sanitary and most durable and efficient construction ever offered is the celebrated Opal Onyx Iceless Soda Fountains sold ex clusively by the Bishop a Babcock Roads troattd with Liquid Asphalt 65 Srtii fir SHrfid TmtiNit BOOKLET AND SPECIFICATION! FOR THE A1KINQ INDIAN RBFININO COMPANY, Inc. Road Preserving Department W. H. BALDWIN, Agent 43 Teutonic Building, Chicago PHONI FRANKLIN 970 t ' tV t A "'. W-' i wfry, Our fMttlM Pocahontas Bnokelesa seals ail others far steam purposes. Hundreds of faaHlss have kept warn burning our ooal. eeaayou. Try us. 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For the finest tailoring at moderate prices go to Tanner & Conley, Reaper block. They stand lb the front rank of Chicago's leading tailors. Tuxedos and full dress suits ran be rented. Remember Breen ft Kennedy are the sole proprietors of the famous Mary land' Reserve' Pure Rye Whiskey, rec ognised by everybody as the best on the market Schwelzer ft West Mfg. Co., con tractors and builders, are tho people to go to for fine Interior finish for buildings, special cabinet work and bank and oMce fixtures. Office and fac tory at 86-94 North Ada street, and 410-420 Carroll avenue. Old Style Lager Is now one of Chi cago's most ..popular beers and the business of the G. Helleman Brewing Company, which In Chicago is under the 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 Kobe's beautiful Elec HE I lEMOISTsUTEl SU00ESS t&755BS I" BBssBnailLv .-?1 THETTOftlE OP OOOD HALLBMAN Ofllca 950 IvivptfVM lVlarJffl lltj Manufacturer. "l tric Park, at the corner of Irving Park boalevard and Northwest 64th street For badges, buttons and signs of all kinds go to Geraghty ft Co., 61 La 8alle 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 Tcutonio 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 Revell'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 14,000,000 and defends at their own expense all dramshop civil suits and pays all Judgments, attorney's fees and cour costs. 'Annual premium, cover ing all Indemnity, $60. Chicgo office is at 820 Corn Exchange Building. Cyrus A. Potts is the manager of the Chicago agency. W. Kolacek ft Co. at 539, S61, 563 and 565 Blue Island avenue, is one of the foremost department stores in the city. Everything in the line of merchandise at the lowest prices. West Slders should remember Kolacek's when looking for real bargains. The Paragon Boiler Compound Is the peer of all others now on the mar ket. Sidney McCloud, Manager, 8151 Cornell avenue. The safest department store Id the -Ity to-day Is The Fair. It has Oroad Isles and every convenience for the public. Roads built with Liquid Asphalt Binder 95 Brill fir Bui CiistractlM iMt rmTTH raw COAL COAL & ICE CO. North Spauldlng AvniM 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. CAIRO MOD INQUIRY IS BE3UN. Urnml .lnr Itiilila tinny tciiiltiii nnd ItntlftiiiiMitN Arc Uxp.-Hi-il. The special grand Jury impaneled especially to pi cue tho riot of Fob. 17 got down to business In Cairo tho oth er day, nnd when It adjourned for the day had examined nearly twenty wit nesses. Each w.18 asked If he could give the names of any persons from whom further information could he as certained, nnd as a result of this In quiry new names were constantly be ing secured and new subpamas Issued, the total for the day reaching forty. Sheriff Nellts nnd a number of his deputies occupied much of the time of the grand Jury, and it is believed they were questioned very closely. Mnyor George Parsons, Aldermen McDanlels. Mcehah and Cannon nnd cx-Chlef of Police Egan have been subpoenaed. Ev idence concerning the February mob Is much easier to secure than that having to do with the trouble last November. Indictments are expected. PARENTS BEE DAUGHTER SHOT. llaabnnil Mnrilvm Ilia Wife ami Then 'onimll Wnlrliti. Decatise of the Infirmities of old age, Mr. and Mrs. William Johnson, both more than SO yenrs old, were helpless to interfere when their daughter, Mrs. Perry Rubel, was shot dead by her husband, who then killed himself as the couple looked on. Rubel had been separated from his wife for more than a year. He was C9 years old and his wife 3S. He came to tho Johnson farm near Pearl, and the old folks were attracted by quarreling voices. They came Into the room, when Ru bel, In a' frenzy, drew his revolver nnd shot his wife. He then turned the re volver on himself and blew out his brains. The old couple were overcome by the awful tragedy. THIEVES TAXE OO-POUND SATE. loan Kreprr Lone SSIMO In Cnh anU Valuable Paper. Aided by the noise made by "Jolly good fellows" In the saloon of R. D. Stebler, 2362 South Hnlsted street, Chi cago, two men forced an entrance to the living rooms of the saloon keeper and Btole a ninety-pound safe contain ing 1260 and valuable papers. Steb ler's family was out and the burglary was not discovered until night, when Stebler went to open the safe to make change for a customer. Footprints nf two men were found outside the window, but no traces of wagon wheels were found to Indicate that the safe had been moved away in a vehicle. From this the police believe tho bur glars carried the safe away in a sack. TRAINMEN WIN TWO-CENT RAISE Board of Arbitration Announce Award on Chleaao Her Ice. An Increase in wages of 2 cents an hour to the workers of the Brother-, hood of Railroad Trainmen employed in yard service In Chicago was award ed1 by the state board of arbitration. On the basis of a ten-hour work day the increase in the aggregate will add about (200,000 a year to the pay rolls of the railroads, and benefit 2,500 men. If a similar Incrcaso is paid to all men in yard service in the city it will mean an added expenditure of about 300, 000 to the railroads. Bodies In Mine 0er a Year. The bodies of four miners who were entombed In the West Frankfort mine a year ago last February by an explo sion were recovered the other day. The bodies were in an excellent stato of preservation and were easily iden tified as those of Orvllle Jones, John Clark, Peter Nclendex and Joco Rato. Tno Are Killed In Ksplonlitn, Jefferson Drlght, alderman of East Alton, was killed and John Patterson, another employe, was seriously Injured when 5,000 poundB of unrefined powder exploded In tho corning mill of the Equitable Powder Company, near East Alton. Several buildings of the pow der company wero demolished. nurttlnra Htenl SHOO In I'oatnae, Durglars broko down tho vault doors of tho bnnk nt Neponset and wrecked an interior safe with nitroglycerin, They wcro frightened away, but not till they had obtained $200 worth or vostnee stamps, plnced in tho vault by the postmaster. I.oiin Inquiry nt lluckforit. Tho Hock for J Club has appointed a committee to Investigate tho salary loan business thero and another to plan the organizing of a loan associa tion. . Call lliiKliund n llriinknrd, Mrs. Annie Graham of Sterling, In suit for divorce, rails her husband an habitual drunkard. He Is tho own er of an Institute for tho cuio of drunkenness, There Is In Pittsburg a man who confesses that be has not had a bath for twenty-two years. Usually a man who has not bathed for that long boasts about it rather than confesses. ILLINOIS MEMORIAL COMP&KTE. Clili'itunniin Arid Thirty Xante t lliitnir Itci'iiril nl VlcUntmnr. Colonel Chillies It. E. Koch and Cap- (nln K. D. Mcacham of Chicago, secre tin y unci n member i cspccttvcly of tho Illlnols-Vlckslnirg National Mill Park "ommlsslon, spent n day In VlcW?urs. Miss., looking after the final placing In the Illinois memorial of thirty ad ditional names of soldiers to he added to the original 35,000 of Illinois troops who were there during the war. These additional names, which were found by extensive newspaper advcrttalas au thorized by the Illinois LegtoUtare. complete the honor records, aad Colo nel Koch and Captain Meacban have returned -to Chicago well pleased with their work. DROP KANKAKEE OLaO CASK. Charcea Aaalnat Qeorsia CI Hate Been Droppe. Dy direction of the Internal revenue commissioner of Washington the charges against Georgo Granger, ol Kankakee, arrested in January for de frauding the government by evading the tax on colored oleomargarine, bat been dropped and District Attorney Tiautman has been notified that there will be no prosecution In tho federal court at Danville. Granger m fined 110.000. of which S6.483 waa penalty, '$2,500 stamp tax, and $1,017 special tax. The dismissal was brought about by Len Small and State Senator K. C Curtis. ALL OVER TH1 ITATB. Louis A. Constantino has been re appointed postmaster at Aurora. Horticultural experts report after an Investigation that the Illinois peach crop Is dead for this, year. John Barlow Uabcock, aged 70, Is dead at Marengo. He waa for thirty eight years editor and publisher of tae Marengo Republican and a civil war veteran. That the lease of a building foi dramshop purposes Is vitiated when the town becomes anti-saloon territory Is the substance of a decision by ..Judge Wright In a Belvldere case. George Stapp, 68 years old, aa Illi nois pioneer, died suddenly from heart disease in Waterloo. He was III and worried constantly because bo could not see his son, Arthur Stapp. who la supposed to bo in Texas. Mme. Sarah Donnelly, at one time considered the greatest vocal and mu sical teacher In the middle west, and for twenty years active as a vocal teacher, died suddenly at her home la Peoria. Mme. Donnelly was 65 years old. The Lee County Milk Producers' As sociation was organized at Dixon the other day by C, H. Potter, of Klgla, and James P, Grier, of St. Charles. The meeting was attended by dairy farmers within a radius of ten miles of Dixon. Abraham Ackert. of Marlon 'Township, was elected president, and J. P. Goodyear, of Nelson Township, secretary. Daniel David Hcaly, politician and Chicago man of public affairs for forty years, died at his homo in Chicago the other day. Mr. Healy had been ailing: for some months. His death waa due to exhaustion, brought on by m com plication of diseases. At his bedside wero his four surviving children, bis wife, Mrs. Katherine Healy, aad hi son-in-law, John H. 0Nell. Thomas Hudson, state mine Inspec tor of the Cherry district, who na been at the ill-fated shaft since Novem ber 13, said the other day it probably will be two weeks before ft will btt safe to explore the third level to get sixty-six bodies yet unrecovored. Mr. Hudson declared reports that the fire Is out are wrong, saying it is still Id progress In many back entries. Thirty six hours after the death from pneumonia of her husband, Thomas Carter, aged 82, a pioneer ol operator of western Illinois, whoec constant companion she had been dur ing his foity yea ib' blindness, Mrx. Carter, aged SI, died In Kowance at tho same disease. It was tho last prayer of botli that their ileal lis be ac they were, close together. A doublt funeral was held. Following tho announcement from Cornell Unlveislty that "co-cda" are brighter than male students is tho rev elation of even greater supremacy for tho girls at the Unlveislty of Illinois. The other day Phi Beta Kapjia, tho honorary fraternity, mado Its list ol pledges public, and out of twenty-tie ven names thoio wero only seven men. This surpassed tho Cornell tecord of nineteen out of thlrty-ono selected for the coveted honor. The homo of N. C. Nason burned in Shelbyvlllo and he was injured. Mr. Nason live alone. Ha got up to see what his thermometer read and used a match. This ho dropped on tho floor and left It, thinking It was out. It fell on sorno papers and continued tc burn. Mr. Nason was burned about the face and head nnd hands, painfully but not seriously. Ho is a prominent Odd Fellow and was giand secretary of the order for twenty-two years. wm , Hr it1 ig. .! rfl .. ffljS ffiHik&saimato fetMWMfe