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r-'"t : ":'it fHE OHIOi h&v .. tv.yi -". !" "rr"-u " ' f 'iy,'T"" john H. Jones Mason Contractor T ' "Ik , r 9140 Commercial Ave. TEL. SOUTH CHICAGO 103 Telephone Harrison 3443 H. R. GIBBONS DEALER IN NEW AND SECOND-H'AND PACKING Office : 536 South Oanal Street Warehouse: Carroll Avenue and Curtis 8treet . OHIOAQO FOR PICNICS, FESTIVALS, ETC. H. JAMES JCOLZE'S FINE ELECTRIC PARK AND HOTEL ACCOMMODATIONS Cor. Irving Park Boulevard and N. W. 64th Street CHICAGO C N. CARIV v J.SAKIY C. H. CAREY CO. i , $ General Contractors OIMINT WORK fticb 92 La Salle Street Rmm 21 Nw Praakfts tM OHIOAQO TANNER & CONLEY Merchant Tailors rirat-CliM Werk at Metfcrate Prleee REAPER BLOCK 99 Washlnlton St. CHICAGO TEL. CENTRAL 224 We Rent Tuxetfee ana PURE g fl9M Ask Your K-'li ui'llHI Grocer ImH'Si xBwffl For mHi -rla3H These SHs! z"WrW Brands (flaflLP H jj NONE BETTER. The J. C. Grant Chemical Company 110, 112, 114 Wet Lake Street CHICAGO BOXES H.M.CAUV A tPIOIALTY YARDOmCB I2ta St.a4 Uitoa Ave. OAK PARK, ILL. HON! LAWNOALI tilt HiH treea Ratta PUREST V BAOLBTS. This movement to dehorn women's bats grows In favor. We suspect the hookworm Is blamed for doing a lot of things of which It is not guilty. .With three nations racing for the, south pole It Is fortunate that Ameri cans are nimble In their feet. This Is a pretty big country,, and there are more than eighty millions of people In It, but there Is weather enough for everybody. In our Atlantic fleet there are 2,500 sailors who cannot swim. They prefer to be tho men behind the guns, which they hope will keep afloat. After vlsltlnK the north pole the Zeppelin airship expedition expects to "anchor behind Greenland. souna like a ntco cozy place to warm up In. London, with 40,000 children In the hunger line, needs to try something more far-reaching than reform of the house of- lords for Its present troubles'. Tho "Chanteclcr umbrella has ap peared. It would be an undoubted suc cess If It would crow loudly when it was picked by another than Its owner. A New England woman detective Is to marry a millionaire. Perhaps ho thinks In view of the attacks on wealth, now tho fashion, that a de tective will come handy In the family. According to a Chicago doctor, the dean of Rush medical college, the blame for certain affections which, when present In limbs and joints, are commonly called rheumatism, should be laid principally on the tonsils, which, he says, should be cut out be fore the morbid changes take place in Roada traatad with Liquid Asphalt 65 (rill for Svrfici TmtnwRt BOOKLET AND SPECIFICATIONS FOR THB ASKINO INDIAN REFININQ COMPANY, Inc. Road Preserving Department W. H. 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The nia'ln offices of this great concern are on Lincoln street, just south of Blue Island avenue. One of tho, foremost concerns of it? kind in Chicago Is tho Lake Building Material Company. Everything In the way of lime, cement, rabble, crushed stone, plasters, lath, sand, sewer pipe, etc., Is handled by this big Arm. Matt. A. Mueller Is president, John Golom blewskl Is treasurer, and E. Wlthall Is secretary. Office and yards are at 2144 West 47th street. For the finest tailoring at moderate prices go to Tanner St Conley, Reaper block. They stand In the front ranks of Chicago's leading tailors. Tuxedos and full dress suits ran be rented. Remember Ureen & Kennedy are the sole proprietors of tho fatuous Mary land Reserve Pure Ryo Whiskey, rec ognised by everybody as the best onN the market. For badges, buttons and signs of all kinds go to Gerogbty ft Co., til La Salle street Schweizer West Mfg. Co., con tractors and builders, are the people to go to for fine Interior finish for HE I IEMONSTrATEI SUOOESS THETTOMFOP1300D H ALLEMAN Offlca 950 Te4ekM rtaakcMt 1117 buildings, special cabinet work and bank and office fixtures. Office and fac tory at 86-94 North Ada street, and 410-420 Carroll avenue. Old Stylo Lager Is now one of Chi cago's most popular beers and the business of the O. Heileman 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 '1 Jaces Kolze's beautiful Elec tric Park, at the corner of Irving Park boulevard and Northwest 04th street Roads treated with Liquid Asphalt, and roads built with Liquid Asphalt Binder, nre 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 Revell's. If you can't bo suited at Revell's yon can't be suited anywhere. W. Kolacek 4k Co. at 559, 561, 56.1 and 565 Bluo 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, 8161 Cornell avenue. To. safest department store lo the .lty to-day Is The Fair. It has Oroad titles and .very convenience for the public Roada built with Liquid Asphalt Binder 95 Sradt lor Roil Construction COAL COAL & ICE CO. North Spauldlng Avenue 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. TEN-HOUIt LAW IS UPHELD. Limit tit AViiiiiiiii'h WorklnK Ai irii-i1 li- Suproiiie C'ttiirl. Thr Illinois Stnto Supremo Court handed down Its decision thn other day snstnlnliiK fully tho constitution allly of the woman's ten-hour day. This decision reverses tho ruling of Judge Tttthlll In tho ensa brought by thc.V. C. Rltchlo Paper Box Company and holds that tho law was a valid excrclbe of the police power of the state. The court was Influenced In Its position by the decision of tho United States Supreme Court upholding the Oregon ten-hour day law. The Illi nois law was practically a copy of tho Oregon statute. By sustaining tho law the Supreme Court releases the hands of the state authorities, especially the state factory Inspector and the vari ous state's attorneys, who can now proceed to the enforcement of tho law which forbids the employment of women for more than ten hours a day in meehanlcnl pursuits. The constitu tionality of the law was urged by At torney Louis D. Brandels of Boston, Samuel A. Harper and State's Attorney Waymon. It was fought by the Illi nois Manufacturers' Association. ILLINOIS APPLES ALL GONEP tteeent CM Hlorm Aluo Made an Knil of Ntniill KriillH. "The apple crop In this section Is a total loss," said Dr. J. Burrlll of the University of Illinois at Cham paign. "The other day 1 thought the abundance of the crop would mean that half would be saved. After n tour I am compelled to revise my views. We have had frosts this late before, but the early vegetation caused the great damnge, growing being at least three weeks ahead of any previous time in my knowledge. As a result the freeze cnught the fruit at the worst time. All the small fruits seem to have perished, too. The orchard own ers have had fires, but they have been fruitless." Prof. Blair and the other university men in southern Illinois send word that they are fighting hard with smudges, but their reports bring little hope. O. A. B. PLANS FOR MAY SO. ervliTN to ne Held In Krhooln, C'htirrhca and t'mnvtrrlea. Orders have been sent out by the headquarters of the dcpauuicnt of Illi nois, Grand Army of the Republic, re minding the civil war vet' runs to pre pare for the proper obscivance of Me morial Day, May 30. OflUers of the various posts will arrange for services to be held on tho Sunday preceding in churches and post halls. Arrange ments also will be made with tho school authorities to have exercises held on the Friday preceding Memorial Day. Announcement Is made of the forty-fourth annual encumpment of tho department of Illinois, which will be held lu Freeport May 23-25, Inclusive. The forty-fourth national encampment will be held n Atlantic City during the week beginning September 10. EACH SALOON A HOSPITAL. Town Council Farces I.lqaor flellem to Care (or DUablcd. An act of the city council of Morri son City requires that a saloon keeper, in whose place a man becomes intoxi cated, care for him until be Is sober, If the ordinance Is disobeyed the pun ishment Is a fine. Tho city council at the same time reduced the legal number of saloons to four. The ordi nance practically makes It Incumbent upon a saloon keeper to keep a sani tarium unless he regulates his sales. To turn 'an Intoxicated man out on the street is a violation of the ordinance. Vnntn Admit IIvIiik "l.one Oandlt." Fern Pratt, a young man employed at Wyoming, charged with being tho lono bandit who held up John Powers, a wealthy fnrmer of Tlskllwa, and six others in the Powers home last No vember, has confessed tho hold-up. Mr. Powers has given all his time stnet the robbery to tunning down tho bandit. Bliootn Wife and Nclf. -Philip Berry, aged 43 years, shot his 24-year-old wlfo nnd himself In Bloomlngton. Both will die. Recently tho couplo quarreled nnd separated. Tho man returned to his former homo and, upon the refusal of the wife to become reconciled, Bliot her. Ilovktord Oruttir Wlim Ilnnom, Louis Shnnhouso of Itockford was awarded first honors in tho oratorical contest at Do Kalb. Wright Burrell of Freeport won second place. TheBO two will represent the second contest district In the stnto contest at tho University of Illinois on May 21, ainn,an Ktnte Hunk at Decatur, Tho Stato Auditor has Issued a per mit to the First State Bank of Deca tur, with a capital stock of 100,000. Tho Incorporators are John B. Cart mill, James M. Johnson, W. B. Red' man, Peter Mooney and W. B. Collins. BRIEF STATE HAPPENINGS. Uonnlu Methodist church, south of Mount Vernon, was destroyed by light, nlng nnd II io during an electrical storm. Tho village board at Mackinaw htm Issued enters to have the city com pletely cleaned up nnd nil garkige de stroyed. Hailstones as largo as goose eggs fell nt lllllslioro, breaking plate glass windows nnd causing damage agnngat Ing $1,000. The First Nntlonul bank of Kanku kce has Increased Its capital stock from S1Q0.000 to 1200,000. The sur plus Is $125,000. The old Rushvllle hosiery mills, op erated for nenrly half a century, have been dismantled and the machinery will be sold to junk dealers at Oale burg. A petition signed by 25,000 Indian ans asking the pardon of John R. Walsh, former Chicago banker and railroad financier, has been filed wltb President Taft. The Bonny Bank was organized In Mount Vernon with a capital of $23, 000. J. II. Crosnoo is president, Jacob W. Wnyland vice-president, and E. M. Dare president. Tho old Central Presbyterian Church In Rock island collapsed, but fortunately no one was Injured. The building was one of tho lnndnuuks of the city, having been erected la 1837. Charles Davis, of DcKalb, has bees arrested by the Federal authorities at Cortland on the charge of Bending a threatening letter to Louis Mann, the actor. Tho writer of the letter threat ened Mr. Mann's life unless he was paid $100. John Mchaffey, veteran of tho Mex' lean and Civil Wars, died in Sterling;. He was one of tho many thousand sol diers in the Mexican war who con tracted yellow fever and recovered, al though ho had been placed In coffin) for burial. Congressman Frank O. Lowden, of the Thirteenth District, announce that he will not bo n candidate for re election. Physicians' orders are given as the cause for his retirement. Mr. lowden married a daughter of Georgi?. M. Pullman. C. H. Colston, grand marshal'of the) Grand Lodge and grand State deputy of Illinois, Fraternal Order of Rangers, died In Peoria after a short illness with typhoid pneumonia. Tho body has been sent to Indianapolis, tho homo of the deceased. Charles II. Backus, of Hampshire, w former Stnto representative, and Mrs. Fred R. Brill, wife of the postmaster nt Hampshire, are two of tho heirs of tho Lyons estate that has been held in trust for 250 years by tho Bank of En glund. The estate amounts to $52,00P,r 000 nnd will soon bo divided. The State board of railroad ami wnrehouBC commissioners Issued a tem porary order that whero gates and watchmen aro maintained at street railway crossings of steam railroads in cities they must be maintained from- V a. m. to midnight, Instead of 6 p. m., and imposed other safety regulations. The management of tho Cunning ham homo for orphans, which tho Illi nois conference of tho Methodist Epis copal Church supports at Urbanu, 1 trying hard to locato a plausible per son calling himself I. Watklns Mnxejr and colecting money on the pretense that ho is an authorized agent and so llcjtor for the orphanage. The 10-year-old son of Mrs. Annie Hooter, of Streator, who haB been miss1 Ing, Is thought to havo been kidnaped by his father, and Mrs. Hooter has asked tho asslstanco of tho police la locating her husband and child. Mr. and Mrs. Hooter havo been living apart for almost a year, Mrs. Hooter resid ing In Strcntor, whlto her husband re mained on a farm. The War Department has notified' Adjutant General Dickson, of tho Illi nois National Guard, that the com bined regular and militia artillery en campment nt Spnrtn, Wis., will bo held" July 11-21. Tho department also noti fied him that tho maneuvers of infan try nnd cavalry nt Indianapolis will be on September 21-30. At least one Illi nois regiment will participate wltli tho regulars in theso maneuvers. A man's head was discovered packed' In n box In tho Springfield oftlce of the Wells-Fnrgo Express Company. It was sent on Mnrch 20 from tho Chicago of flco of tho Company In West Madison street. It arrived there April 1 and was In storage nt tho local office. The local and Springfield police Immediate ly began an Investigation. Tho ex press company officials stnto that they do not know who sent tho pnekngo. Butter dealers declaro that an In vestigation of conditions under which the Elgin butter board fixes prices lias been started, with a view to present . Ing tho' evldenco to tho United State district attorney. At tho meeting nt" Elgin Monday, It Is declared by Chi cago commission men, tho Elgin board fixed the weekly prico of 32 cents, out voting tho Chicagoans by "packing the meeting with clerks and other em ployes.