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Thursday, 'August 6, 1908.
THE TIMES.
HERE AND THERE
mm REGION
HI OFFICERS ELECTED LAST OF IE TAX LIST
Day's Grist in
South Chicago
FERNWOOD PARK DISTRICT
IS NOW OUTLINED.
started home, all voting the picnic a
success.
FOUND DEAD BY
BHTER GH LA!
Fred Meinhardt Is PrelJntj C E. GU
hrrt, Sfcrrfaryj A. M. Thnrapnos,
Treasurer, and George H. Holmes, At
torney. The boundaries ot the netr Fern
wood park district are as follows:
Commencing: at Ninety-first street and
State street, west on Nlnety-flrst to
Throop street, south on Throop street
ti Ninety-fifth street, south to Morgan
and as far as One Hundred and Elev
enth street and the Chicago & West
ern Indiana railroad. The commission
ers recently appointed are: Fred
Meinhardt, J. W. Mulligan, Robert Oer
ling. I C. Wiswell and D. F. Duffy.
The officers for the first year are:
Fred Meinhardt, president; C. E. Gil
bert, secretary; A. M. Thompson, treas
urer, and George M. Holmes, attorney.
The office of the new officers will be
at One Hundred and Second street and
Farell avenue.
Erie Ericson, who had been living
with his daughter at 8736 Mackinaw
avenue, was found dead yesterday at
ternoon by his daughter on the upper
landing of the second story stairway
The man, who was 45 years old, had
just made his way upstairs, and it is
thought that the exertion proved too
be to much for him. The deceased was
known to be suffering with heart
trouble and this is thought to have
caused his death.
The Inquest over the remains will be
held this afternoon.
CALUMET HEIGHTS CHURCH
PICNIC AT JACKSON PARK.
Two Special Cars Chartered for
Event Children Have Good
Time.
the
. The picnic given by the Calumet
Heights M. E. church proved to be a
success, yesterday. The picnic was
held at Jackson park and two special
cars which were chartered were pack
ed to capacity.
Most of the mothers with their chil
dren went to Wooded Island where
they had their lunch. In the afternoon
a party of the children, accompanied
by their parents, went to the Field
museum and viewed the different
things.
Ice cream was served to the children
free of charge. At 5 o'clock they
CONCORDIA SOCIETY RAISES
MONEY TOR CHURCH
East Side Toana- People Give An Elnb
orate Social at Selpp's Grove
in South Chicago.
The Toung People's Society, "Con
cordia," of the East Side St. Petri
church, gave an elaborate social last
evening which was attended by a large
crowd of church members and their
freinds. A large amount of money was
realised through the efforts of the
young people, which will be turned into
the church treasury to be used for vari
ous purposes during the winter months.
WIFE SEEKS A DIVORCE
Kensington Woman Brings
Charges Against Husband
on Statutory Grounds.
Saloonman Is Dead?
James Garret, a switchman on the
Illinois Central, while standing on a
box car at Ninety-fifth street, lost his
footing when an engine Jarred the car
on which he was standing. He fell
to the ground sustaining several pain
ful injuries. He was taken to the
South Chicago hospital. Garret lives
at 6889 Jefferson avenue.
An Interesting suit for divorce pro
ceedings has been filed in the circuit
court by Mrs. Henry Herberts of Kens
ington, who asks for a divorce from
her husband Henry, on the grounds of
cruel and inhuman treatment. The tes
tlmony in some places is rich and Is
very interesting to an outsider. Mrs
Herberts asserts that on the evening of
Jan. 1, 1908, when her husband poured
water down her back when she was
about to retire and when she screamed
he told her to continue would mean
her instant death, as he would shoot
her.
Following this attack she says her
husband chased her around the room
with a butcher knife threatening to
cut her throat If he caught her. She
asserts that she was successful in
keeping away from him, thus saving
her life. In other sheet, Mrs. Herberts
says her husband neglected her for
other women and that he was a fre
quent visitor at the different resorts
of Twenty-second street and Armour
avenue. She further says that her hus
band at one time brought one of the
inmates of a down town dive to their
home and introduced her as his cousin
from the east. Then she gives a graphic
description of what followed.
It Is said Mr. Herberts denies all of
these charges and says that his wife
has made false charges. A large num
ber of Kensingtonltes will be down
town to hear the trial when It comes
up for hearing.
Gary Knights of Columbus Wisconsin Steel and Iron
Chose C. H. Maloney as
Grand Knight.
Company Heads Column
in Fifth District.
The Knights of Columbus of Gary
met last night and elected the follow
ing officers: C H. Maloney, grand
knight; J. J. Kelley, deputy grand
knight; W. H. Fitzgerald, chaeellor;
John A. Erennan, treasurer
Donelly, warden; Frank Sheehan, lec
turer; W. M. Dunn, advocate; W. H.
FOR SALE A six piece birdseye ma
ple bedroom suite. Apply or address
C A. Y., 7652 Coles avenue, South Chi
cs go. 3
FOR SALE Boy's spotted Arabian sad
dle pony. Call 8652 Houston avenue.
South Chicago, 111. 1-5
FOR RENT Store at 9220 Commercial
avenue, 25x100 feet; steam beat; suit
able for any legitimate business. Ap
ply Washburn & Tiffany, 79th St. and
W.B. CARROLL, M.D,
tracMLfsr
BLOOD. SKIN. RECTAL and
CHRONIC DISEASES
Ctarch, Vloera. Eczema, 8Lc
ZigrJUS der A All Urinary Affections. fUe,4c.
x COMSULTHTICH FRCE-Qulck Cure. Lew P
Office. 256-82d St. (car. Hmtra Art.) SOUTH CHICAGO
4 SEaW Union Shop.
TONSORIAL PARLOR
JOHN W. ATKINSON, Prop,
rirst -class Pool a Billiard Ptrtor Connected
6306 Cottage Grove Ave., Chicago.
MRDICAU
DR. HASEN CLEVER,
182 State SU, Room 45, Chicago
Specialist In C Diseases of Women. Con-
nutation and Advice Free.
HOCKS 10 to 4.
HENRY GROSS
KPainting and Decoratings
PAINT, GLASS, WALL PAPER
PArancR's supplies
So. Chicago
Switchman Is Hurt.
Charles Monagban, one of the best
known saloonkeepers of South Chi
cago as proprietor of the Gaiety buf
fet, 9207 Commercial avenue, died last
nierht at 8:45 at his home, 8218 Erie
avenue. Hies death was due to a com
plication of diseases, he having ailed
for a long time. The deceased was 40
vears old and leaves a wife but no
children.
Last Yatea Meeting.
The last Yates' meeting to be held in
South Chicago during this campaign
will be held tomorrow evening when
Yates and his followers will gather in
a big tent at Ninety-third street and
Erie anue. Henry W. Lee, candidate
for trustee of the sanitary district, will
also be one of the speakers.
FIRE IS NEAR HOSPITAL
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Presence of Mind of One
Nurse Saves Patients
From a Panic.
Attend Convention at Detroit.
Joseph Yager and Nick Powellne of
the South Chicago teamsters' union.
No. 742, have gone to Detroit, Mich.,
where they will attend the teamsters'
convention, which will last for over a
week. Both the local men are good
speakers and the local union can rest
assured that they will be well represented.
9033 Commercial Ave.
Tel. So. Chicago 212
Willis m A. Schoenlng
General Contractor and Builder
rtr Losses Adjusted
Ceobiag Promptly Attended to
IC520 TORRENCE AVE., Chicago
Phone, Soath Chicago 4&
Tl IRJUREDAT MILLS
Fly Wheels Catches Arm of
Man in Wisconsin
Steel Plant.
For the past week prairie fires have
made their appearance all over Calu
met Heights. One of the fires was set
near the South Chicago hospital which
is situated at Ninety-second street and
Oglesby avenue and It was only for
the quick thinking of one of the nurses
that a panic was averted.
The fire it is thought was set by
some small urchins who take a de
light In seeing them burn, the nurse
who was on outside of the hospital at
the time noticed the grass burning
and at once took a broom and started
to pu out the blaze, she succeeded only
after a severe fight as the wind was
fanning the flames all the time. The
nurse was burned a little about the
hands but not serious and the patients
did not know of the fire at all.
One of the fires set by some one set
fire to a house on Stony Island avenue
and the fire department was summoned
to put it out.
C II. MALONEY.
O'Donnell, Daniel Fitzgerald, Leo O'Cal
lahan, trustees; H. B. Corbett, financial
secretary; Conrad E. Walters, Inside
grand; James J. Doyne, outside grand,
and Edward Boyle, secretary.
The meeting was held in the club
rooms of the Gary hotel. There were
about seventy-five members present.
Another meeting will be held shortly In
which a suitable location for their
club rooms will be secured.
GYMNASTIC INSTRUCTOR
Miss Lura Robison
Charge at Besemer
Park.
CASE OFJESTITUTIOH
Unfortunate Woman is De
serted by Her Husband
s
Months Ago.
ftetayhonaai Office, BwMis o W3
Itots CMg.
FRANK FOSTER
ATTOHIfET AT UW.
Boom 16, Commercial Block,
SOS Commercial avenue, Chicago, X3
Residence tl20 Exchange avenue.
CONTZCTIONIROS, 721 1. 63rd, N. I. Cor.
Cottage Drove, Chicago.
STERGIOS BROS.
Dealers in Fruits fi Confectioneries
Wines, Liquors and Cigars.
Phone Hyde Park 45 75.
BU7ITT, 108 St. and Indiana Boulevard
Eoby. Indiana.
One man was seriously and another
slightly injured yesterday afternoon at
the Wisconsin Steel company's plant in
South Deering. The first accident oc
curred shortly after noon when Per-
scheun Valemere, 10812 Torrence ave
nue, sustained a crushed arm while
operating an unloading machine in the
south end of the plant. Valemeres'
right arm was caught between two fly
wheels and before he could release it
his arm had been badly crushed. The
man waa take nto the South Chicago
hospital where it will be necessary to
amputate his arm.
The second accident occurred about
3 o'clock when Henry Peterson, an em
ployee in the machine shop, was struck
by a flying piece of iron and sustained
a severe scalp wound. His wounds
were dressed by a physician and later
he was taken to his home In Pullman.
A case of utter destitution came to
the notice of the police of South Chi
cago last night when Mrs. Mary
SczpkoskI, 8557 Sherman avenue, ap
plied for aid to bury her five-months-
old child which died yesterday evening.
Six months ago the unfortunate wom
en was deserted by her husband and
since then she has heard nothing of
him. A month after he absconded, a
fourth child was born. The mother
and her four little children lived as
best they could, but yesterday the
youngest child died after having a siege
with the extreme heat of last Tuesday.
The county will take care of the
woman and her dead child until the
family Is in btter circumstances.
Miss Dura Robinson of California has
been chosen to succeed Miss Ferguson
as an instructor at Bessemer Park.
Though Miss Robinson is a native of
California, she has lived for the past
two years on Boston, where Bhe attend
ed the Boston Normal School of Gym
nasties.
Miss Robinson Is a very efficient
worker, "both In and out of the gym
naslum, as she is an educated person,
being a graduate of the California State
Normal School and has been vice prlnci
pal of the Blackford, Idaho, high school.
The people of South Chicago should bo
highly gratified upon securing of such
an excellent instructor.
The young ladies who have worked
under Miss Ferguson, in the gymna
slum, should rally to the work as dl
rected by Miss Robinson and help bring
the work up to the highest possible
standard.
The following lists completes the
eighth ward tax valuations on property
valued at $2,000 or over. In the fifth
district the Wisconsin Iron & Steel
company heads the list with $500,000;
the Peavey Grain company and the
Thomas I Calumet Elevator company following
right behind with $300,000. In the
sixth district the South Chicago City
Railway company, leads with $500,000,
and the Grand Crossing Tack company
lands second position with $400,000.
The valuations:
Fifth District.
American Linseed Co 110th and
Torrence SS.000
By-Products Coke Co.. 112th and
Torrence ave 150,000
Brown Process Co.. 54th and
Escanaba ave 2,500
Cal. Brew. Co.. 10855 Torrence 2,500
Cal. Klevator Co.. 102d and
Calumet river 300,000
Conklin Chemical Co.. 96th and
trie ave s.ioi
D. J. Deasey, 9441 Commercial 2,600
Hastings Kmress Co 95th and
Houston z.ooo
Intat'l Salt Co.. lOSd and Cal
river 10,417
Leiirh Valey Coal. 101st and Cal
river bu.quo
J. Mohr & Sons. 96th and Cal
river 22,000
Northwest Cons. Mills, 627 95th
st
Oxford Elevator, 64th and Belt
it. k,
P. G. Lt & C. Co.. 110th and Tor
rence
Peavey Grain Co., 102d and
Calumet river
Rlalto Elevator. 104th and
Calumet river 100,000
Rosenbaum Grain Co.. lOTth
Muskegon 150,000
Star & Crescent Mill Co, 104th
nd Calumet river 75.000
Standard Oil Co.. 95th and Mar
quette ave 16,648
Valvoline Art Co.. 461 95th St.. 8.080
W illard Sons & Bell. Ststh ana
Krie va.oud
Wisconsin Steel Co.. 106th and
Muskegon 600,000
Sixth District.
Amer. Ref. & Smelting Co.. 5485
Krelter 160,000
Chicago Ship Bldg. Co.. 101st
and Calumet river lzs.ooo
Col. Maltingeo, 105th and Ave
nue J 800,000
Federal Furnace Co., lOSth and
Ontario ave 100,000
Gen'l Chemical Co., 12200 Caron-
dolet 119,805
Grand Crossing Tack Co., 118th
and Erie ave 400,000
Hibben & Co., 9376 Ewing 4,000
A. Herns, 10507 Ewlng 10,000
Inter-State Nat. Bank, 13304
Erie ave 5,000
Iroquois Iron Co., 226 95th st. . 260,000
Keystone Elevator 106lh and
Calumet river 65,000
W. H. Merritt, 98th and Calu
met river 28,450
Natl. Melting Co., 103d and Ft.
Wavne R. R 20,000
Riverside Iron Wks, 9368 Ewing 20,000
Ryan Car Co.. 135th and N. Y.
C. & St. U tracks 20,000
So. Chicago City Ry., 9328 Ew
ing 500,000
A. Schwill Malt Co., 103d and
Avenue C 253.000
5,000
3,500
15,000
300,000
To Organized Labor And Its Friends
On the 8th day of August, 1908, an!
opportunity will be presented you of
selecting by ballot, without Interfer- i
ence of party machines, the candidates
you wish to represent your affiliations
at the election in November. If the
voters wish to retain this political in
dependence, won for them after a long
and bitter struggle last year, it is
essential that all go to the polls and
vote their party nominations accord
ing to their own convictions.
In this connection, we fail to per
ceive the justice of the outcry about
the various machines selecting slates.
The machines have the same rights to
recommend tickets or slates as the
Municipal Voters' League or the South
Chicago Trades and Labor Assembly.
We do, however, condemn any attempt
on the part of machines to restrict the
number of candidates for the various
offices. This is the greatest evil with
which the voters are faced, and it re
mains for them to put it out of the
power of bosses to punish any good
men who have the temerity to contest
for places on the party tickets against
their wishes.
Democratic Lieutenant governor.
Elmer A. Perry; attorney general, H.
Goodwin; clerk supreme court, John
L. Pickering; clerk appellate court,
Stephen C. Sumner; trustees sanitary
district, Thomas V. Podzimek. Joseph
C. Colgan, Alexander Gilchrist; states'
attorney, J. J. Kern; recorder, Charles
L. Toung; clerk circuit court, George
J. Thompson; clerk superior court,
Peter Dlenhart; coroner, Robert L. Nel
son; assessor, John J. Brlttaln; board
of review, John C. Harding; county
commissioners, Timothy Cruise, Jere
mlah T. Walsh, James O'Connor, Peter
Welch, C. C. Kelly, James C. Daley,
James J. Brady. William C. Smith, P.
H. Martin; state representative, thir
teenth district, Charles 3. Phillips; mu
nicipal court judges, Lee W. Carpen
ter, Daniel G. Ramsay, Leon Hoon
tein, Francis S. Wilson, Michael Henry
Guerln, Walter J. Gibbons, Henry M.
Shabad, Joseph A. Mclnerney, M. W.
Cagney.
Republican Lieutenant governor, S.
A. Drew; clerk supreme court, Edgar
T. Davles; United States senator, Wil
liam E. Mason; state's attorney, E. R.
Lltylnger; assessor, city, Daniel D.
Healy; county commissioners, city.
Warren E. Colbnrn, P. J. O'Brien. John
E. Scully, Charles Willard, W. J. Urn
bach, Joseph Carolan; county commis
sioners, pres., John E. Scully; state
representative, thirteenth district, II.
Hansen, Cornelius J. Ton; drainage
trustee. Lewis M. Jones; municipal
court judges, Charles N. Goodnow,
Adelor J. Petit, Hosea W. Wells, Henry
Kraus, Samuel H. Trude, Francis J.
Houlihan, Henry C Beltler, James W.
Taylor.
STEEL 0FTCIALS AT CHICAGO.
Inspection of the Plaat at Gary,
Will Be Made.
Directors and stockholders of the
Carnegie and United States Steel cor
porations arrived at the Auditorium
Annex late last night and will visit
Gary, Ind., today on a tour of Inspec
tion. Increase of output and enlarge
ment of plants will be considered, ac
cording to F. H. Meyer of Pittsburg, a
member of the party.
The party is composed of the fol
lowing: F. F. KInsel, F. L. White, M. F. Mc
Connell, B. H. Stevens, and F. B. Meyer
of Pittsburg; R. Schneider, Sharon; D.
L. Miller, Braddock; Sydney Dillon.
Edgewood Park; E. O. Knight, Donora,
Pa., and F. R. McGee of Steubenville,
Ohio.
TAFT TO ADDRESS LAWYERS.
Hot Springs, Va., Aug. 6. Judge Wil
liam H. Taft delivered a brief non
partisan address today before the mem
bers of the Virginia Bar association In
annual session at the Homestead ho
tel. The presidential nominee, If noth
ing prevents, will be a guest at the
convention banquet tonight. In addi
tion to the remarks of Judge Taft the
program of the associations conclud
ing session this morning included a
paper on "Some Misconceptions as to
Federal Precedure, by Judge Henry C
McDowell of Lynchburg.
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E. Sullivan, 117 115th st
United Breweries, 100th and
Avenue N. ................. .
Wolff & Co., 10050 Ewing
N. A. Williams, 100th and Ave
nue H
West. Steel Car & Fdry. Co..
185th and Ontario 250,000
2,500
20,000
3,000
4,300
Soldier and Schoolmaster.
Let the soldier be abroad if he will.
he can do nothing in this age. There
is another personage a personage
less imposing In the eyes of some, per
haps Insignificant. The schoolmaster
la abroad and I trust to him, armed
with his primer, against the soldier in
full military array. Lord Brugham.
could Easily Cover the Land.
The mean height of all the land now
above the sea is referred to by Lyell
as being 1,000 feet. The mean depth
of the ocean is at least 12,000 feet.
Comparative Riches. v
He that is proud of riches is a fool.
For if he be exalted above his neigh
bors because he hath more gold, how
much inferior is he to a gold mine!
Jeremy Taylor.
For Cold In the Head.
Snuffing a piece of sugar up th$
nose has often been known to bring
relief when suffering from a cold in
the head. Repeat the process several
times a day, or as often as you find
difficulty in breathing freely through
the nostrils.
Educate by Precept.
"To bring up a child the way he
ghould go, travel that way yourself."
Dr. McLeod.
Lovely Time.
"Yee,' remarked Mrs. Malaprop
Partington, "we had a lovely time in
Venice. There are no cabs there, you
know, because the streets are full ot
water. One hires a chandelier and he
rows you about in a dongola."
Iron Cloth.
Iron cloth is made from steel, and
has the appearance of horsehair cloth.
It Is largely used by tailors as a mate
rial for stiffening the shoulders and
collars of coats.
Best Part of Beauty.
The best part of beauty Is that
which no picture can express. Bacon.
A Question of Faith.
"Ef de Bible said dat It wuz a rat
tlesnake dat swallered Jonah, I'd be
lieve it," said the old colored deacon,
"but, thank de Lawd, dey wuz no rat
tlesnakes in dat day!" Atlanta Con
stitution. .
Simplicity.
"Don't," advises an advocate ig
short words, "say numerous when you
mean many." Why say many when
you mean lots?
MONEY
LOANED
on good security such as Furniture,
Pianos and other personal property
QUIETLY and QUICKLY.
CHICAGO DISCOUNT CO
0I38-4O Commercial Ave. South Chicago
Room 2C- TeL Bo. Chlcaco 104
Open Monday, Tbvrsday and Satntday
evening until 9 P. M.
New Version.
One man's breakfast food is another
man's chicken feed.
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Announcement.
VOTE FOR
John J. Poulton
Representative for the
13th Senatorial District.
Primaries
Saturday, Aug. 8.
Polls open from 5 a.m. to 6 p.m.
KJ -
VOTE FOR
CHARLES W. BALDWIN
Republican Candidate for
COUNTY COMMISSIONER
PRIMARIES AUGUST 8th
Place an X in the square op
posite his name.
WHISKEY
There Is only one BEST
TRY
Old Steuben
Bourbon
(Straight Goods)
and agree with us that It is
PERFECTION
Steuben County Wine Co.
Distributors, Chicago, ills.
re mif Ji TTir 1 1 " '-
V' ;
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His name appears the 19th
from the top.
Polls open from 5 a.m. to 6 p.m.
VOTE FOR
HENRY W. LEi
AND THE
Calumet Canal.
Republican candidate for
Trustee, Sanitary District.
Vote for one. Don't help strangers to
defeat your friends.
THE TAL
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As a result of our $35,000 Sacrifice Sale of General Merchandise which started Saturday, Aug. I, people from all parts of the
Calumet District are taking advantage of the tremendous reduction in prices of high grade goods. Do not wait until the last
moment to get on the ground floor for the pick of the bargains.
NO ODDS AND ENDS IN THE ENTIRE STOCK. GOODS MARKED IN PLAIN FIGURES.
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Cor. 90th Street and Buffalo Avenue, South Chicago.
MONFV PPPf TlMHPn TP nPiTPPn NOTICEWe will pay fare both ways to the purchaser of $5.00 or over from the following places: Whiting, East Chi
ITivri i illll 11 ll-,irvil. cago, Indiana Harbor, Hegewisch, Stony Island, Burnside, Pullman, Roseland, Kensington. It will pay you to come
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