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Chicago West Side Vindicator (Newspaper) - October 12, 1894, Chicago, Illinois The TOWN OCT. 12, anil in ml 207 MADISON ST It In Dio uh Second Class Paner of the of Cicero and and May Melrose and 1 cent a word each Display Advertisements 1 in. ouo insertion 1 Inch por mont h per inch - DIVISION troni all tlic A li of is entertaining her mother from T. bus left on a business trip through tho Republican club met on Tuesday in H hull to organize for the Baptist cottage meeting in to bo held at tho homo of Mrs. K. 57 Forty-first on Friday Mrs. S. C. 0IT0I5KI! 12, 180-1. a in Open day and Knights of hold a well attended ballonet on Monday Sorensen lias his grocery littlo soli of Police of Ohio has been very ill of but is now Jennie Lumping is recovering from typhoid fever at the homo of welcomed ut church last her Poem 111 Central of Corville is happy over the birth of a boy in his bin secured a position running a dredge on the drainage John Noonan is spending a few weeks in a good crowd at the hotel dance on Saturday anil a tip-top tune is bicycle racing on the boulevard every Saturday night is able attention among local is rumored that the nail works will start up about the middle of Ibe All Brighton is hoping that the rumor is and Mrs. C. liny are the smiling parents of a baby This is their first and they are receiving congratulations from many old Mill as the call is now wealing the red This change is u to an apparition that George saw oil 111 one night last police have now changed from Minim to full and none of the boys of put up a better ii i e in their now clothes thin Officers Nugent and Fresh in 2:1 cents per cents per nry M. and fancy groceries corner street Grand was discovered on Oct. in tho barn in the rear of Western owned by Daniel and occupied by Patrick Tile tge was The building was John gave tho n C. A. hud hts left hand and lingers badly crushed while coupling cars last and Trott had to amputate two of his was somewhat having gone into the yard at tune of the William Mclntyre has purchased Charles Ward's fixtures at his old corner of street ami Hurt and h is opened a meat is a brother of Mrs. Daniel H i will move his family to the infant daughter of Mr. ami Mrs. Patrick of died The funeral was on the following from the in charge of The interment was at The parents have the sympathy of many Aekerman left for about the middle of the lie will spend the winter in that or a little further He thinks in case he doesn't like he will go to New or possibly to Texas or His physician that Denver is the best health resort for died Sept. 21',, 18!) 1. a je now retains our the lonely casket the sunshine loves to Where our Walter Webster is getting to be an chist the other day she a of George The fellow was half intoxicated and was making himself ho tho young lady him bv the coat collar and lauded him on tho It was a trying The young lady was alone and showed good The man weighed about for a long time employed at was married to Mr. John at Mr. home last week Wednesday Mr. of the Presbyterian performed the Miss liello was and im was best in The hippy hive gone io housekeeping in Mrs. upper flit at 11122 Archer the pa it week the Police lienev entertainment has been going on at the Auditorium Among the m my attendants from Paik no one had a move enjoyable than Operator J. of the Eighth with a young I idv who oil They home from tiie theater n and John his been wearing a smiling fare unit a beautiful ling on ever pastor and the fair committees of St. Mauritius Germ m Catholic corner Thirty-sixth street are busily at work to make the fair to be held in Kaiser's h ill. Archer avenue and Look from the 1 eh to 111- of u good entertainment for their friends in mid hereby send their hearty and count on numerous -s m iking the fair a David of the Eighth precinct police is the father of a bouncing baby born early last Live claims it is a but his fellow think that about four pounds of it is only a concrete form of the paternal has been a good week for io the police i James O of the same h is entered the lists with a little The Ics fortunate members of the force are specula i lug oo the that boy will grow up and marry O Neil's 1'AKK. of 1 Ogden has secured the services of Dr. ot The Doctor highly ree having h id six experience in attendance Hinco hor long L. E. hiiR returned from 111., where she has been visiting linr M. T. has got his mail collection boxes up at They are placed at nearly every forget tho night at tho Tilton school All grades are Any one over 11 years of age can grand at St. Phillip's church opened on Thursday night with a large attendance and with choice music by the Family Heidelberg was taken with tits at tho Northwestern railway shops last Mon and bad to be taken to his home in Harlem by the police signal a well-known in of the Northwestern had his picket picked of a gold with a hair iast Tuesday on an Elevated and Mrs. of 2o,s2 Harvard mourn tho death of their infant The funeral was on in of James with at Congregational people held Olden social and oyster supper on Thursday evening at the under the auspices of the Y. P. S. C. E. is their first oyster supper of the Republicans are ni iking a thorough canvass of aii the voters of the Twenty-eighth to the coming Phillip Goetter is canvassing the Tenth the infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. of 1171 did Oct. and was buried the following by James Marsh with at No. 1! enjoy a and entei at Ii hill en 1'ridav A program of music ami liter features bv env talent is is building u new house on Indiana near Forty-ninth next to her present 1 lora Heiland is about to open a school for in embroidery and plain is partially disabled by a poisoned resulting from getting oil into a Gestford mid of Hub hard are about to move to their old home in Covert has moved her store from West Forty-eighth street to the corner of West Fortieth street and is unite a litlle buoni in red dealer repot ts sale of four lots in Glover subdivision in one it McCoy ale b ivin j e orders for coal than they can When they get their sheds will ila a class October 1, by S. M. pastor of the Presbyterian Mr. M. and Miss Lottie your soiled linen to the Palace Ilund 7;! W. First class work year old son of Mr. and Mrs. A. of Ohio fell and bioke los right arm the 'The 1 1 is recovering nicely under the care of Dr. the announcement of last week's ni Ihe funeral of 11. by a the proper was not Corrigan was iu ch U meeting io Fis i's I ii ' -I n ' F. S m M I. 1 and runt in largo in ball Saturday evening steps to prevent further action by if William Ito ss was nud C. W. Salisbury wan f Speeches wero made by Messrs. Lang and of the Twenty-eighth A committee consisting of A. C. W. Salisbury and Georgo was chosen to investigate tho condign of things ADVANCED ISA SICKLY CREATURE BECAUSE HER PADS ARE Acts Kuli'S In tlie r community was to a wedding a little out of the ordinary on when Much aged and Eda aged weie joined m wedlock by a city 'The young folks are living at present with the groom's Adams street church people tendered a handsome reception to their pastor and his and Mrs. at tho church parlors on Tuesday A fine musical and literary program rendered t nd fight were a 17 years who lives at hud several ribs broken by the falling of an earth by which he was at the corner of L and was taken to his hous * by the Central Park H. a years residing with his family at hud his right leg broken by a Car at the corner of Madison and II streets last week The Central i Park police signal service took hi in to a t. while driving through a gateway at 21172 West Lake last week had his held struck by the top beam of gateway and received a bail sc lip g isli b ick of lie was attended by and was then taken ium the Central Park police signal He is 2o years store at 20o7 West Like occupied by as a harness was and set on tire bv unknown on Sunday 'The 11 were discovered and quickly extinguished by the tire Mr. bus now moved his shop He says that is the attempt to hum him and he has had enough of hull on t no u I i n 11, I I L ri I; i. i i A I wis 11 t i ' in I - it up for K o. i i. i y ro Mix fona .I his 1".^ - during th g tlut bus bought the busines i rigid and continue it at the old Mr. Mix as moved his family the by Mr. as a has gone his Mix formel One of Central Park's shining lights in the social and political a young man who lives not more Iy by and the family to live where Mr on Hubbard Edson an easier a ll but J has purchased the and business of the Austin Floral Co. He will conduct the same on the most approved anil s by prompt attention to retain the custom ts anil secure th it of new ones A tri il is Savie lias secured from the School after a long the grunt of a new school house site on Fiftieth somewhere between avenue and Erie will lie advertised for light away and it is honed the Council will give their consent to the purchase to the erection of a new 'The lieu school is needed sorely at the present time and could h- tilled at 'The present school building will be used for the departments the house into Hailey was fined and costs by at Austin on The complainant was a Mr. who hi in with disorderly and improper relations with Mrs. 'The me all colored ami case hurt been of keen in the colored The waist that could tie against was that he has bestowed upon the lady some few kisses and moie or less Mrs. Wood and her husband d not live together owing to domestic Mrs. John T. Mill Sun iiy from after an f only two She was attended by Pope and of but ti c disease took on a most malignant forni and miles from corner of Like and | efforts in her behalf weie Forty-second is planning to the blissful bonds of about the middle of next and is keeping it mighty It is understood beforehand that tins step will not in any way jeopard Fred Senatorial So Will a well-known engineer of tho Northwestern was killed at Le Fox on Monday In company with he jumped to the through a mistake iu thinking there was going to be a The funeral was held on Wednesday at I u. Ills former The railroad company ran out a special car to ucc those of tile employes of the ro id who wished the A large number of the friends of the deceased took advantage of the opportunity to piy their last respects lo their fellow Joseph of 21(111 died of consumption last The funeral was held on Tuesday from St. Phillip's in of J. A. 'The procession went by carriage to the Northwestern with lit ut She was years and is survived by Mr. Coughlin and four She hud lived m th's vicinity for a long and is mourned by m nv was a member of the M up ied of 1 1 in 11111s' death of more than ordinary sadness was tli it Mrs. William 20S! Wesi Luke which occurred on Monday morning at about I A b lby daughter was born to Mr. and Mrs. Cunningham last mother w is doing nicely Dr. s cue Until from which tine site rapidly grew Was held Oil Wednesday with high miss ut St. Phillip's and interment at 1' was iu Cunningham w e. 2o years and is survived bv lc r grief-stricken by a litlle sou about 2 years old ami the 2-weeks-old She was an estimable beloved by all who knew and a member of the Married Sodality of St. Phillip's Among the tributes to the v attended funeral were tl iwers in profusion from the of the I. where Mr. Cunningham is out ali injunction tho railroad if I ti. und I and meeting at the Mr. Salisbury had a of tho granted in by the Cicero Board to the for a single franchi le 011 the west side of witli to use poles at the or in tho er of tho stre t. 'The also of and h streets cast of Forty-eighth Ogden ir. as the sanie as the and The result 01 the contest will be awaited Two Days of Registration for the November Mm of 1894: WKvST SI 1)13;!TI3MS. Nellie a went into a saloon at and Gri en about 2 o'clock While I here unknown person fired a I lie bull narrowly missing Her narrow escape a for Nellie is so large that il is to believe that a miss her 11" the gun wis pointed toward A police couit investigation followed and Nellie had to pay SKI for being shot C. a Enlist nt 1S1 Ogden is defendant ill a circuit co art divorce filed by A The charge is cruelty mid is accusi d of striking and thro wing her upon the Sho he deserted her on October last the io avoid being compel lei I to His property in the Ogden avenue lois been in the charge of Dr. Georgo has till Jason und W. Page is said to have usually from he will lie in - di tu citici mi 1 t foreign friend once made tho following living yon for n year I come to the conclusion women aro t lie st uf any knows of. 1 am told more und sound heir Hint hers hors used I find plenty of for lit CT lilt 1st 11 t lie -s i 11 ] fro in i anil I he part of t he mat K is 1 ,. v n lln s c anni it ntc A. cm il h declare t hat know whether it or of all they IS SI 1111 ci 111 that K i il are those who to have I lie greatest I ( or two years of foils id Dress food physical cul will anywhere see the cut 1 in these lor If one is 1 y of I lie ii appears no from the r id ic d' i one form j c e' 11'ie e ei was never No women in world I ii i i- i o mil eh of ici s as and among im women do van hoar so a repetition id anil Dill d i net ion is to ho t our foreign as wits i fur he thoroughly familiar wit h till t lie s ii country's life to Mich sickly women jca uro those that can leusi to be those precisely in whom almost it. so the high which they mly been 'The tho brain ihe and iu du S a. ill. to i p. m. ( ANY CAN w ' -' - 1 i ' d 1 I 1 S t r. ' c M. W. i -A relier A 1 liti o i 7 1 S t 11 Si 1 2 loi 1 et 1 I -t 21 1\ 2..i| l'oie I Central 22'. i 1 di whom I he 10 y rs who livi Ilio und d ii with Ills P mods ut il Morgan stri which si be il A - wellt ii g along the mmli mere do suffer 1 ut Lincoln Park j from i i le ' al I y fell iu was 1. hu-gest. numb viel was employed j And e the was U bul these uro I lie onion in. st i 1 and a faithful ion t o fund which al I E I li sincere for their nini whn if uno sad the h to 11 ' 11'V COI N much for I h. i r mihi it lit i. t o ululen lie Council Ot Monday i the is n. t tho in. 1 eli csr at p. d. M ich n r. -i den an methods tlie nnd luv 10g special Nol lo 11c aoi those introdu a | boiber in of to the at eting of all pay i and m i. not yet was also tho mei oi stich district Ilio territory bounded by I who ha. le h o .ng H. 2-1SWKY o t' ( street and and j ono 11. i. i. bu m on the north in 1. Commissioner Reynolds sent in a n. ior for more money to fight small or was referred to the finance ij ni ii id v i ] i h. i id eh 1 nil od Tv h. f i r was hell ou at the house being dispensed Luther Pardee read the burial at the grave at I lome y. Mill was about years old and two was a member id the Daughters of who scut a handsome tribute of ti s. The family have the sympathy of a wide euch of At present writing no other of it i have been Work on the electric rail wa t rack along Forty-eight 11 north from was begun Monday and is to Chicago o u number of men have fono wotk up an the job through Alderin ni company is laying a most road bed wall the heaviest electric lull there is Everybody seems happy at the prospect of the speedy o vellico t of the by the of the central portion of the which th has to do ill with its The sewer confirm it ion s- em tied up for present Judge but it will c the to say the ueu the sewer is the street cur tracks will h ivc he pulled up ami temporal y a I of the After that will pi ami the Cicero and Proviso I will e the street f toni I o e latest propio cy about the Metropolit m rali load is that trains will be running by in. 1 h is a new windmill 1 le say s it e i be seen feau and A t unter Mol IUI It ale 1111 o 11 g tile for membership in the I. of who were lee at the of especially boys and of 11 years of are that there is a night school at the Tilton school bous the best of instruction is given m all Adults an- also along are in the of considerable excitement on the stieet I c all out of on that thoroughfare of the lulls taken up by the Cicero and Proviso Street company from that j part of Street which is now g I 'The rails have been d I along Forty-eighth street to Sixteenth strci and it 1 inks lis were the lut ' u l i o 11 of th. ir owners to a single truck there un d it. people d not want u sin COMBATIVE R Matthews Hanl tlie Oil expect to carry New York stale this but they baie al ai i in date gim mor ill the n of Charles H. Mut thews of I i i a 1 o. M I- i hews gained a n it ional I. ' p 111 ai e ui t i u I against the com nud ho is the lew 0. M ATI 11 b w s very ft nn u riveli 11111. 11 Study to ill. i ( U. ' s and und done much to h. lp lew movements siili prospered Mr. 1 u i in 1' in and reared on a Ill w lit to Kansas and in I i ri 11 i 11 and real t rn I 1 si in i 1er e. ni m v. lie was 1 ill producing oil In s he bought the mi which lie v. decided that oil in 1111 11 it ics cui ilit be banni in that part of New la ooo lit ill. Oil was not f W V Oil i i i I iZ 1 - and t lie New d. in Mr c 1 ' ibe lulo ' i 11 inni u re ' 1 u I Ti ami i 11 u o 11 ina was in a i s si in: - wit II i lo M ir la I'd Oil o. i j m v li and io r ally VI 1 hat a high i he ureal cur a a suit wun Id be I if this siit i a. -' new every t d I li - o i i M uni Iben only o w e re awarded lo ilio i ubi ai ned i a to ini n i ud usi AI e. Mat t liru s l hi against several St und got a verdict An appeal was and on 1 rial new e v. a - dis which loi Mr. Matthews n nul ber - ibis t mie b u- o. An er in t lie court s i his Mpa by of t In coi Mart in tain of a iraey tu op bis I hey paid a Matthews wa- a I ieun when he become a 1'opii i i lio i an a ait ad vocal e i pal control uf and i und of government control of munirai lies 1 lo st ill I i ves in il lo alni of the dresses alili dren hardly It is Iv tier I lie little girl grow into her big frock or give little brother Tom's suit when lilis r. Mothers arc nut as wit ii need le as -i oi her wo mei I many of the altered Suits are not the pride of the unfortunate lit tn j 1 ' lot lies that children grow aie with Lilliputian garni of t he be est sold so cheap m s it hardly to malie old clothes ( leni e 1 i. m 11io per 11 io a i rolli ab v I r ry eo 1ii\v's beau b a lui e boi i io t ' vii iab d a i a- 1 11" st shop i y t li li i n 1 Ili i s he eli U the 1 bey i ut unii rich a liti eoi 111 y. al 1 i li 1 II 11 el's a 1.1 al w. li s 11, e s. of it tu a li r uf ne wilh is liko Ilio li alni gu uf aliti of c i h i bai rial tu attui li lo it. iu an et Il neon t i. s. uopi imi bui I ' 111nI er t s any ' ' bont li's - in the lime i. N. a- hi fu pai ed 1 ri il t ' ' t i ' l- Speli in. i i y any i i Vii le way from Ni W 1 ' I I P i 11.' 1 X tu fr. in P. ' i ' il e d. i. in r io a ani o - e b. and nly i I caro In is. P p i look tu sii and t lei 1 II i is ilio k I 1' Ilio ly ia and ali she i- li and 1 o il i 11 I ll 11 II the i i ned lino pt i. uf aro reason for very is ihc alile Alni wi man and il A giri in ilo suini musi ali drive 1 i 1.i,: a 1.;,, n - uf t iai li ly i iv g e li lo ili Ilio lise a ' iu 1 it Wl il ional j 0 e I I i s i ni ' I rues il s i i i i i i 1 i i i I 1 - i pl i is i -I rad ion i. r i o i i imi I ul lie diletti p. i i 1 i e day I i e 11 ti nui uf 11 io p. lei - a- it now like ii had i 1 i O 11 s I is an odd fact that printing had been dune in this fur t here Wils il i I y i i minili buse w hu Ili Mi- a outfit from and was -et up ai ( and begun printing in Philadelphia in but the oi as a w hob diti 11' p i her ill t he ' - il li IU 11 g 1 lie W pel ted a. was i ill Olid t d in o i but penco ' i i rupi d 1 y. and t lie i u i d lu 1 i- i he t. r New t t i- lier .il i. s d o i m ( oi in ( i ilio o i i i ul e oi w i d or na ' s made b r 11111 i i a i 11 i i i i adopt i n 11 i j ci s t I h non i i n k M lio sfili priv ini i urti p. i i ami poi t g I i- OS I e | i | i ' Il o 11 1' in -i li i colo p. - ' i i 1.1 and t a ' 1' lili i of hours p V Low u n und i; II of ( 11 i e i. Ua I in 1 and mi Christmas I I w iil ly it wet i - ip ' s Iii t li io. ( b 111 ik i it We next week Olle dl COMICS am o 11 i Tho who have V tallo s u limit IH liti I I'M 1-. r s. Ml and W 7 an m it y TT t. 111 11 ( i u 1 V S Cil fil I AN V 11 i i - I e r i o - I a i p: 1 i v v 1. n. tas bs X V ice i i i. - d mid cV d PC P.O. i - i b. i i i. a i o i Am. -' J i Pili n Ile 1 -t 1- h 1: ti I i i e. Us 1 i V. it nil iil r. ' 111. s PO i u or i o. 'd ai Jill - p 1 i. ti in arti 11. i. u n i i- w ru I. il litigi t A ml i t ini Ina -' in- t ali Iles pio A ci Palli pn nei Willi u ' tu be a w Id i t lu i a. I d i i p. ' m. Pi i in ' si unii t ry il lull is ] h y s t i 111 I t Ilo s lin 1 buds p ir seen ini hi physical -t ui t 1'lil 0 I i g It's U 1 I s m a faulty u lure and all j within ui io I i - dear ' i I is aller a lu I and o i id i pi ri ps I i I - i a - i 1 I a I ' por ' vue Il P. laudi fur j tice 111 g ' - 111 en t ' i a I I and li i t al v. 1....... e oie ' - i y i hard - Imo h. tu 1 I oil w h i ' i i e i i - 1 ig ild i g i 1,. M t ty pililo 1,1 ma i u n m i w n in Tut u which nie - o. the gayest y much P. I c for you never sie as s or o'clock al night havo their parasols shado from It Nu Until rer could call Turkish women either pretty fur are simply a mass of without any Tin y have very lurge toi p dud in white n they walk that doubt tlcv have to known on acquaint - i i - i i u ' ' is n i le i re I t ' o a ' k v. 1,-1. g to t heir i ir b - t. the il i iM ami 1 ir 1 u that 11st i i i 11 1 i s T t - l O - i 1 and ik gs unil i - ino i 11 aw ll I lo. I. lile I lile Tho superior woman is incentive tu for ey ay 1 hato Slie l ear ereani for fear uf spulling her ii el slui leu s t and I d slc stares if m n i o P id o Ige i u v Ind. d t be t v. lien sho 1 ll a roble is - in a -t be i e i x .i
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