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THE CHICAGO EAGLE
rr i Rothschild & Company The First Store in the Loop State, Jackson, Van Buren Sts. We cannot speak for the whole retail in dustry, but we know that in ALL stores which are honestly trying to serve the public, today 's prices are FAR below those of one short year ago. Remember, please, that prices were seven years ago going up and have been less than one year coming down. And when we tell you that your dollar bill of 1920 is worth from $1.27 to $2.00 in this store today in some cases MORE we believe that ROTHS CHILD'S IS A GOOD STORE TO TIE TO. Try us tomorrow! LAKE STEAMERS LAKE STEAMERS I Beyond question the most perfect summer resort in all Michigan. Every natural attraction; every sport; evtt.-y pastime. Inland and open waterways; tho best bathing beach on the Great Lakes. BEAUTIFUL BIG STEEL STEAMSHIP "IROQUOIS" Commences ervice June 17th, making the round trip daily, leaving in the morning, back in the evening. In the meantime steamer Petoskey provides a fast, comfortable, safe, resti'ul trip between Chicago and South Haven. Leaves Chicago 9:30 a. rru daily, except Saturday and Sunday; Saturday 10:30 p. nv. Only & Q One ff Q 7 tp& Way tpOm f O Round Trip 25 RIDE COMMUTATION TICKET, $37.50 SPECIAL EXCURSION RATES FOR CLUBS AND PARTIES Tho Iroquois is the only oil-burning passenger vessel on fresh water andj the only boat out cl Chicago providing CAFETERIA DE LUXE SERVICE Daintiest and best foods at popu'ar prices. Our self-service plan a penuine Innovation. Staterooms, bridal suites, parlors and lounge. Radio and Marconi wireless every luxury. Music and dancing free. Ask for illustrated folder containing time tables and all appropriate information. Chicago and South Haven Steamship Co. Docks: Clark Street Bridge. Phone Franklin 0814. Chicago, 111. Goodrich Transit Company TO Mackinac Island AND RETURN qJV Continuous Round Trip, Meals and Berth 32.00 Every Tuesday 1:00 P.M. TO MILWAUKEE "ffitf1- $1.35$? $2.70 RTRT $1.50 Excursion Daily NIGHT BOATS 8 P. M. Except Sundays Summer Season June 24th to Sept. 4th Docks Michigan Boulevard Link Bridge and River CITY TICKET OFFICE: 104 SOUTH CLARK STREET 0. RUETER & COMPANY REAL ESTATE BROKERS SUBDIVIDERS Acres Wanted Immediately Ripe to Subdivide MEMBER Chicago Real Estate Board Cook County Real Estate Board Chicago Association Commerce PHONE, STATE 7124-7125 Ground Floor, 124 North Wells Street "The Sweetest Voice in the World" A well-known " movie" star is reported as saying that, to her, "the sweetest voice in the world is that of my mother over the long-distance telephone." This girl finds time every day to call her mother, no matter what distance lies between them. It makes a better day for both. Bell long-distance lines reach everywhere. Mother, father, hus band, wife, son or daughter may be reached anywhere in a few minutes. Our long-distance oper ators will quote rates to any point. "Evening" and "night" rates are very low. ILLINOIS BELL TELEPHONE COMPANY WORLD'S EVENTS 1 SHOOT FORM BEST OF THE NEWS BOILED DOWN TO LIMIT. ARRANGED FOR BUSY PEOPLE Notes Covering Most Important Hap penings of the World Compiled in Briefest and Most Succinct Form for Quick Consumption. Personal Mrs. Flnley J. Shepard, formerlj Ilelen Gould, is a patient in tho Wom an's hospital at New York. It ii said that her illness is not serious. Sporting Mike Brady won the western opei golf title at Detroit, Mich. Harry Wills, the New Orleans negro, knocked out Tut Jackson, tlx Washington Courthouse (O.) black, ii the third round of their scheduled lf-round bout at New York. In the wildest and most murderoui ball game of major league history th Cubs nosed out the Phillies, 20 to 2:i at Chicago. Toward the end fans were frantically jelling, "Touchdown touchdown." Washington Total collections of internal rev- OT111D f l'i-m oil o..lli.w M-oru TOT . ,aai Horn iii ciuiu vro i v-m j 451,085 for 3922, according to the re port of Internal Revenue Commission er Blair at Washington. This is 8 decrease of $l,3i)7,!HJ5,07S.95. President Harding, Attorney General Daugherty and Senator Cummins ol Iowa discussed at Washington the ad visability of the government taking over the railroads in the present emergency. President Harding at Washington plans to go to Cleveland on September 13 to accept the thirty-third Masonic gree. President Harding at Washington authorized the announcement that he thinks congress should empower him to take over railroads and mines if necessary. The interstate commerce commis sion at Washington made a report to the United States senate indicating 50 per cent of the country's railway locomotives are showing defects of various kinds. Funds totaling $M),000 have been authorized by President Harding at Washington to enable army engineers to begin construction work on the Wilson dam at Muscle Shoals. Poisonous liquor has been respon sible for 122 deaths in New York state thus far in 1922, Prohibition Commissioner Haynes announced at Washington. The death toll this year will far exceed the total for 1921. President Harding at Washington signed the congressional sanction to the sesquicentennial exposition to be held in Philadelphia in 1920 and pro viding for an Invitation to foreign na tions to participate. Domestic A gas explosion in a drug store at Haskell, Okla., resulted in the death of Ezra Dickey, twenty-two, and the complete destruction of three store buildings and a hotel. Francis S. Peabody, president of the Peabody Coal company and prom inent Democratic leader, died of apoplexy. Death came to the multi millionaire while he was at his hunt ing preserve near Chicago. A freight train, running extra, crashed into the rear of the Katj Flyer of the Missouri, Kansas & Tex as at Bells, 14 miles east of Denison. Tex. Eighteen persons were injured; three seriously. Dr. Stephen Smith, ninety-nine, founder of the American Public Health association, died at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Walter C. Mason, at Montour Falls, N. Y. The acid house of the Federal Chemical company at Nashville, Tenn., burned, along with 2,000,000 pounds of sulphuric acid, entailing a loss of $1,500,000. The United States railroad labor board opened hearings at Chicago on the demand made by 400,000 mainte nance of way workers for an increase in wages to the war-time standard. Latest reports to the state depart ment of forestry at Sacramento, Cal., from Jackson, indicate that 52 miners, 32 of whom are Americans, lost their lives in the Argonaut mine there. Dan and Baxter Tatimore, brothers, were- shot and killed at Camak, Ga., by W. II. Hall, a guard in ie Geor gia railroad yards. Hall surrendered o the authorities at Warrenton. John Drysdale, a fiarmer, 12G years old, according to family records, died at Clarksburg, W. Ya. Lieutenant Beeves of San Diego and Clarence William Green, his mechanician, were kiTled when their army airplane was caught in an air pocket wlien flying at Elsinore, Cal., and plunged into Lake Elsinore in a nose dive. J. E. Burris of Henderson, Ky., and four other members of his family were killed when the automobile In which they were riding was struck by a Chi cago & Eastern Illinois train at Haub stadt, Ind. The United States nival transport Henderson sailed from Honolulu for San Francisco, carrying Secretary Denby of the Navy department and members of the Annapolis class of 18-S4, who are returning from Japan. Firmly believing their action is righteous, members of the rail unions at Iioodhouse, 111., have asked the Itoodhouse preachers to pray for them, and have opened their meetings with invocations. Heads of striking Lehigh Yalley rail road shopmen have been sued at Sayre, Pa., by the widow of Norman Carmel, a shop worker, slain in the street there. Slie asks $50,000 for her husband's death. Northern Pacific passenger train No. 1, westbound, was derailed near Wy mer, 20 miles east of Ellenburg, Wash. The engineer was killed. None of the passengers were injured, it was re ported. Mrs. Fannie K. Merrill, sixty-six years old, widow of Samuel A. Mer rill, banker, of Des Moines, Iowa, died at Palo Alto, Cal.. alter a brief ill ness. Her husband died there in March, 1921. Attorney General Edward J. Brund age went to Marlon. 111., to take charge of the letral proceedings to bring to trial those guilty of the massacre of a score or more of nonunion miners in Herrin last June. Three thousand employees of the Ford tractor plant at Detroit, Mich., have been temporarily laid olf be cause of the shortage of coal, it was announced. Two men were killed and three wounded when an auto and three truckloads of beer were ambushed at Elk drove, on the Higinns road, near Chicago. Evidence establishing the identity of a number of persons who took part in the Herrin massacre was laid be fore the Williamson county grand jury at Marion. III., by State's Attor ney Debts Duty. Flames swept the upper floors of the 14-story Cosden building at Tulsa. Okla.. causing an estimated damage of S5iH),0. Three men were killed and a fourth was badly injured in an explosion of dynamite in the mixing house of the Atlas Powder company, near Car thage, Mo. The estate of the late John F. Dodge, automobile manufacturer, was valued at .S30.s92.4sK.41 in an inven tory filed with the Probate court at Detroit, Mich. William Morrell. a farmer, near Saginaw, Mich., was killed by John Bauer, a farm hand, because Bauei is alleged to have said. Morrell re fused to provide him with shoes. By a vote of 0 to 1 the United States railroad labor board at Chica go rejected the plea of 4tM.XK track men that their demand for Increased wages be heard on the grounds that they are not receiving a 'living wage." Foreign Rioting broke out In the strike called by communists in supirt of the maritime strikers at Havre. Three thousand strikers who were stoning street cars were dispersed by cavalry. Five motor bandits invaded the town of Foremost, near Eethbridge. Alta.. bound and gagged employees of the Union bank, blew the safe and escaped with S92.O00 in cash and nego tiable securities. The Chilean steamship Italia. 2,200 tons, sank off the Chilean coast near Coquimbo. All the passengers, num bering 150, and the crew of 72, were lost. The "dry" lost ttye day in the Swedish prohibition plebiscite, accord ing to the returns. The figures issued at Stockholm, are 772,747 for and 84G.530 against. Complete agreement was reached by Premier Pachiteh of Jugo-Slavia and Premier Benes of Czechoslo vakia, in their discussion of the inter national situation at Marienbad. Premier Poincare at Paris has re jected the eleventh-hour guarantees offered by the German government and independent measures by France against Germany seem assured. Americans held up by delayed ocean liners saw French troops storm barricades at Havre, kill seven strik ers, and wound many more in a hand-to-hand battle. Twenty irregular soldiers were killed in a battle at Kenmar, accord ing to advices received at Dublin. ilLLINOISl STATE EJFS f Chicago. With 40 labor leaders, conspirators, bombers, sluggers, jury fixers and others convicted in labor cases since May 1 and with convictions in 360 out of 450 cases of murder, rob bery and other crimes to his credit. State's Attorney Crowe of Chicago has prepared to push pending crim inal eases to immediate trial. A number of leading Chicago attorneys have been taken from the bar to aid Mr. Crowe and his assistants in the prosecutions. "There will be no slack ing up in the cases of these cnoked labor leaders and agents," Prosecutor Crowe said. "We now have an unprec edented building biNim going on in the city and I'm going to keep these men who throttled the building in dustry in Chicago so busy defending themselves they will have no chance to kill building." Peoria. Three murder mysteries which ballled Peoria police for weeks may be cleared through the "death diary" said to have I een written by John Schorr, one of the victims, w hose body, buried in lime, was found in Atwater woods, near Havana, more than a month ago. Contents of the book, which was foun in the ruins of a lonely shack in which Schorr was believed to have been held a prisoner previous to his death, were said by authorities to tell of the murder of Constable Arthur Smith in Peoria, June 12. and of Xi.ht Marshal Fred erick at Manito a few nights later. It also is said to foretell the probable death of the writer, who said he was being tortured during his imprison ment. Abingdon. Hedding college, a Meth odist institution at Abingdon which had a student body last school year of 15(1. lias been ordered closed for one year by the trustees for financial reasons. At the meeting of the board an oiler of financial aid under certain conditions was made by President Harry Burke ley of the Abingdon Community and Commercial club, but this offer was re fused. Hedding college will be one of five Illinois institutions benefiting in a campaign for .S1,25UHH) which will be started in the near future. With this aid it is expected the school will open again next year. Kankakee. Governor Small an nounced that he would seek a new road bond issue and a gasoline tax for a pro posed extension oi"3,50 to 0.(km miles of highways. "I expect to recommend the law to the next session of the legislature," he declared. "The people want roads. I believe that the entire bond issue would be paid by automo biles. I believe that a truck should pay its proportion in relation to its earning capacity. A gasoline tax is the fairest and surest way of getting at a basis. Some automobiles are seldom run, per haps once a week." Aurora. George Hilst of Green Yalley won the state horseshoe pitch ing championship tournament at the Aurora Central States fair, in a shoot off of a tie with five others. In the finals Hilst won every game. Johnny Hogan, Chicago, won second with five victories and two defeats. W. D. Mow brey of Bradford was third and S. G. Smith of Anchor fourth. Eight money prizes were awarded, the top prize be ing $75 and the lowest $10. Aurora. A million dollars for new school buildings is to be sjent in Kane county this year, according to school authorities. A $7(M.fHM) combination high and grade school will be complet ed by next spring. Dundee has a new building covering one and one-tenth acres and with IS recreation rooms. A new school is to be erected in north east St. Charles. In Aurora $325,000 is to be spent in remodeling school buildings. Mlnonk. White ants are literally eating up a school building here. The structure was first attacked by the pests about a year ago, but little attention was paid to them at that time. Now, however, they have honey comled some of the heaviest timbers underneath the building and are con tinuing their depredations. It is feared the ants are of the dreaded Asiatic type. Herrin. The strip mine of the Southern Illinois Coal company, where rioting occurred in June that resulted in the death of 23 persons and the wounding of many more, is to be opened by the Peabody Coal company of Chicago. Streator. A coal mine is being sunk on a farm west of Streator. The lease is to be run as long as the coal lasts. There are thirty or more acres of coal with a vein four and a half to five feet thick. The vein lies about fifty-six feet beneath the surface. Marengo. Opening of the Grant highway through Marengo is to be cel ebrated with a carnival on the newly opened road September 14. Governor Small and Commander McCauley of the American Legion, department of Illinois, have been invited. Urbana. Representatives of the state game and fish commission were in Urbana recently investigating re ports of polluted conditions of the Salt Fork river, resulting in the death of thousands of fish. Near Sidney more than 500 dead fish have lodged in the underbrush and nearby residents are complaining of the odor. Jacksonville. Fire having its origin in a restaurant threatened the destruc tion of the business district of Mur rayville. Seven business buildings with their contents were consumed with an estimated loss of $75,0 0. Vis ' 'M - m. V A u J GEORGE W. PAULLIN, Chicago's Greatest Fur Dealer and Public Spirited Citizen. BOV FOR mmWHrrtrA i 3 WE SELL FOR) It- Phones State 4389-4469 HENRY W. PFAFF & CO. Real Estate Investments and Builders 11 S. La Salle St. We Build and Finance CHICAGO WILLIAM J. 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