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   Daily Herald (Newspaper) - March 24, 1911, Chicago, Illinois                               itrtttK Cwh tn JO MO Arlington Dllnota COOK M. One Column 18 OOltt 181 301 Wl OUR JtlMl TO FEAR TELL THE TRUTH MR KB MOM ESTABLISHED IN 1872. VOLUME 23 ARLINGTON HEIGHTS. ILLINOIS. MABCH 1911. A YEAR IN ADVANCE. VAN BRUNT Single Disk Drills The kind that works in Gumbo. Corn Stalks andl Trash without Clogging SEND I-OR CATALOGUE TO WM. BUSSE SON A FEW FACTS ABOUT VOTING CONTESTS and Contestants Get Little Return for Money Paid to the Voting Contest Company. How Some are Run to excite their Interest. A stock form copy Is published each week. The only difference between The H e raid -Enterprise -He sfsWr has watched the piUnuxloff on out' brother editors of locality In the form of a voting Tho junior editor cume near being duped once himself and only dis- covered the inside points ot the Astern cootrjKjt hiul boon and Dts their ivillbff- to into the proposition. Iluihur otT on our rfcutlers unil oin1 tiniL'.h ovpurUlnil.y fur tbo ili'jii1' ami which wu knew would prove In we rufusufl in uiii'i-y oub l-Uilt. itDnti-aktl-. suit wtis Whwti we inn-- one paper mother are the local details. Articles are published after ihe veliow jo.urnal style. Suc- and such heitds ai'e put on the articles to give tlie tbfit it is the greatest civer done in tho town. PHONE SOT MOUNT PROSPECT. 6RING YOUR CRIPPLES TO HARTMANN'S i Let lix your old cripples. No doubt you've stood in fronI of a shoe and wislicd yon could buy as many as yon but We can practically make New Shoes out of your Old ones For very little and you couldn't tell that they been either. Old shoes leave us looking like ami Customers go out of our shop feeling h'.ippy because they realize that they have saved a bunch of money. The Right Hartmanir s Shoe Store A. H. 604 A BECKER Arlington Ufiglila roiv THE REO Auto and Truck Witter Towofi Automobile and General Repairing C SPECIAL FEATURES OF THE. Stronf Weight tift Cir tat Trrci Roller in Front Sytlem Fuel Conmmption All Actettibls You will tint fiml AL.t ottlicsc features in nny car selling less lluui WSTKA'HOS TO I'KOSI'ECTIVE HUVEUS PRICES TOVfRING CAR ROADSTER TRUCK USE Best and Cheapest Light cleanest most convenient FUEL Arc Lights for aad large spaces Incandeiicent lights for the home WATER HEATERS Drop a or telephone 93 and our represen- tative will THE NORTHWESTERN LIGHT COKE CO. 1611 Ave. Evans III. CAS for Light Fuel ARLINGTON HEIGHTS Supplied by NORTHWESTERN GAS LIGHT COKE CO. Evaaaton Phone 93 BVKN9TON Park Ridge Phone 13 RANGES NO CM ABBE- CASH OR -Or lilsilijf llf j i-i'-itur til' iihut mid we il tho ircsirtu uf I.wo wiivka. i '.viis mil 'limit who iti Oh tlio incoubistoi'.cy our They Ik itiid fuiine mt- thuy siifti a youti'iU-'i. wlwrobv they to uuUido company all that passes hi tbe vim EXTRACTS According to n oootritoi Jit provtdos that the Coiu- lany furnish the newspaper with Rules govcrnhiff Piano Volitlff Contest ami l-'ub- Ishor lo wuduut the contest rules us provided hitn for a uut less than three months. Soctron two that the Coin- mtiy stsnci out solicitors for subsurlp- iYilvoi'lising and Job Work and Jjo shall give ihoin votes in for business secured. Then uoiu-ritcr. cmuinuoN iii wish all foi- wtiitti vulinu' it Uii.-i NwwsiHiiier and fi'i-o fov snbsci-ipiitoiiH W for re- per ntnoriil iwivert.Wnff pur job iiriiuuitf per cent. All rc- notviils year to be aa now .solwcrijitions. Keporc. are to bo furnished by said com- Miay to hii used In iu a runtttance full and eompleto record of all clone in said contest. und domplute settlement of the entire eontost is to he nitulo at time and date of closing ncoording to ballot box and woks. LVirthor on tho contract states Lbftt tbe Compiiny shall receive 50 per tent of all money paid to by mec for voting coianoDH. I'UltiasiIKRS CAUGHT Section tlirets provides thitt thft Com- my can IIIIVQ froo aooeas to tbe books of newspaper. Section four provides that tlie News- pajwr atfrecs to furnish to business men 'urnitthinjf uubordiuatu it ruto of votes for each dollar's value of suid and also agrees many 'moro votes aa the merchants may dosiro at tbo rato of votes for each dollar in cash. The news- paper further agrees to advertise free n-i til liat of parties offering ibe tamo and stating that vows are jflven frae avisry dollar purcliase. Scot ton five provides that the news- paper agrees to furnish 6be Company or their order advertising space to amount of 600 Inches to be used say time during the Section six provides that the news- paper agrees that all votes or found tn the ballot box which were Is- sued and voted for any purpose not otherwise or previously re ported shall be counted as new stib scriptlons and tho Company shall re oetvu cent of aaeb dollar of said business. Section so TO nth provides that the cum puny furnish it piano valued at WOO VIANO VALUK DOT7BWUL May wbeo a Company eo. ilcavorcd to place a contest with thuy called upon a locul dealer luui wanted to purchnae n piivno. They olfeced one to be advertised as loeal merchants are watuhotl carofully. Ifcmcof thctn chances to soil lai-jfis os iuitxiinobUo OL- a bill or jMfooi.ls amount- ing I'O Inlntlrod rlotlai's. jJiicty ttio and tiitl lod by citlXii1 trVus or 0110 of the couwst- i put and I lie buyer is asked to rcrjuest tho cuunons of tlie Ljiuubei' jit'o liw hopes ol the In uiont pluees whiti-e such uonterc signed thay pay as rniith us tho rest of tho merchants. KstieuUtlly is tbis if a of a locul con- tractor has her oaiue prices of a sold pioce and a void watuli used as bait tluring the If it la found that one you lady U I'ar In the the next few are visited and every means used to encourage them. They av little iaaide points to get tbem to work harder. With only one con- testant the nlMr would fall Hat. After merobants have given out their coupons pay- ment for their they buy they need and is a lurge of wliuli tbe combined raerchunt.s will spend. Their put in the shadow by uonipnrison with iho wu- by the iiowspitper fui A dolhir spent in a store means votes. A dollar at newspaper oJliro IDWUIS 400 votes. a sqictfe deal lot- uietxhwiity Is not a dollar sptmt at his storn worth ICO vents siuno as spent tit per oitlueV As the eontost tbe votes jjivtiu for sub- tire inureaaod until will give tbe spendnr votes while the ptwr merchant can give him only 188 votes. That is where the poor merchant it in the The publisher is likewise a sufferer. Naturally Che contestants call on their friends. They Ret few new subscribers because tbcy are not trained in the The 5 years sub- scriptions secured are usually men who well to clo and make ft practice of paying their subscriptions promptly when due. A very small percentage of the slow-pays are Thus the publisher is paying 50 jwr cent -to have his good while he will to gfet after the slow ones tbe same as always. The proiw- siiion of receiving to iu three months time is ftlurlng to the news- paper man who U considering the in- stallation of additional but he would not feel quite so enthusiastic If he realized the small amount that would be paid during tbe next year. CONTESTANTS WORKED FOK MONEY Aa tbe day for die final count drawn nebr tbo even their par- EDITORIAL MUSINGS. The He raid-En terprUe-Registei' ways bus and always wilt stand up for tiorae enterprise aud advise our read- ers to keep their money circulating1 as near home us possible. Experience proves this to be the best policy. Our main objection to voting etc. that the promoters of these question- able schemes to secure temporary pa- tron it sre are transient people whose only atrn is to fleece the public and big profits off their unsuspecting victims. Whiit itbout the Village Wily if it so iiuiet this It is time we knew for SUMS 'who the candi- urn to bu. Trusiee Redcksr should bti itnitnituou'ily re-ekxTtt-d. He has spent much of Itis valuable time utiil pi'iraUi monoy torthe Qe s sorvwtl the faithfully iuid well the pant wo j-iiiU'S. He lias sit veil tlio tns much money. Ho is now finnilhu- wflli publytj affairs and has the will to protect public interests further. We can't afford LO let him retire nor lose iiis knowletigc and ability until nil the tangled sewer mat- ters are disposed of settled right. H. STORES CLOSE AT 6 P. M. We tlie twdofsifrned merchants of Arlington Heights feeling that we and our help at least two evenings a week for health and auct to visit our families and have mutually agreed to close our places of business at 6 o'clock every Tuesday and Friday evening dur- ing the year except the mouth ot bogi an in gr April liill. Friedritsh F. K. Diivis W. Gisseke P. H. Otto Henrv SieUui'K I Dealers ents are visited and importuned not to spare mcmey or time in getting the piano. They are told that perhaps 950 which to be aeat to their will probably bring them the piano and -we know of one instance where nearly spent in the latt hour of the con- all of which money from one person. If these tame are used In just let the person or contest in t who is trying to win honestly by figure out for themselves what chance they have of winning1 the capital prize unless they have money of their own to spend. It would be far cheaper and give better future eatlBfootion to buy a reliable piano itl a fair price. Otto Jwhi'ling' A. Kmil Meat Markets COLD WINDS AND SNOW A phenomenal mixture of summer and winter but winter the sun will not allow any more white- ness and there is little reason why you should delay buying your Spring Straw Window Lace Rugs and Wall Paper at We have a full line of Garden Onion Flower etc. all ready for delivery. A full line of Oils etc. at reasona- ble prices. Don't Make your Wife sew by hand when you can buy high grade sewing machines from to We also have needles for all kinds of machines. PHONE 353 a ARLINGTON ILL. Touring Demi M. K. N. BABQUET Arlington He ift tits Modem Wood- men of A in e i' a und the Royal Neigh- DOra united Friday evening March 17 In a So. Patrick's Banquet at Arl- ington Hall to then1 members and friends. The bait wns decorated in eec and while with plenty of sbatc- rook. The tables were decorated pret- tily with green American and Irish flrgs. One strange thing about it though was the combination of the Irish Rag and the orange. A very pleusintf musical program was rendered consisting of vocal solo and duels. Prof. Santa Bpoke of the history and origin of St. Patrick's Day and numerous examples of Irish wit were given in his inimi- table re a oner. Then a very elaborate banquet was finished up with Irisb ice cream. Ex-judge of the speaker of the was then introduced. Most of the company bad heard him on form- er Ilka and were glad ol another opportunity. After keeping the audience in a continuous roar ol laughter for several minutes with jokes from his tongue. he jfavb a fine address showing the work done by the M. W. A. R. ami the rewons why man woman should be member. Mr. ant of Oak formerly of Arlington by fequett Arlington March 1911. W. Arlington 111. Dear Sin- To say that I am pleased -with my E. M. car is putting it My trip last summer rounding Lake Michigan over 1000 miles and climbing the sand hills in northern Michigan afforded rue an opportunity to give the car a more thorough test than could be made in this part of the country. During my entire trip it was not necessary to make even the slightest repair as the car was always in perfect running order. To all prospective buyers I would recommend that they examine the merits the E. F. car before making purchase. Yours KATES BURKITT'S GARAGE 334 Arlington 111. aeverat vocal select loos the program. which closed instruinont for This com' claimed the charge WHS excessive and wanted piano donated by the denier thut look as if the on tho lovely It would bo more like it' if It called 100 per cent is suMicienl profit even on a piano. A publtsltur who signs the above contract 00 per cent of all money received to afortiguoompany. Where is this talk about keeping the mooey at Tho Comimny furnishes the brains while the poor publisher doss the work and dfffs up the Once the contrnct Is signed rep- resentative with the editor call on local bitsiuen men find solicit The merchant is offered tn opportunity to enter the contest on the Ugli ot per cent of bis cash Next u Hat is made out of probable cure is used to pick a few whose parents have money. In cue n lumber concern has signed a an effort Is rande lo secure the daugh- ter ofwme contractor aa contestant following week the are published and calls on each of the young Iwttes in an effort FOR FOR EK. C. Rhode Island Eggs 11.00 for setting1 Apply Route III. Choice Seed for C. H. A few bushels l by inlej Station FOR top buygy and tingle baruesi. Mfpty to H. L. ScflSfaiNOHAOSEN 111. AUCTION SALE. March atlOo'elocka.m Wm. Setltz having decided to quit will Mil bis stock and farm tools public auction oil the old er farm on the Hiver one mile north of Peebaorille and 3 rallea south of. Carload of Wisconsin cat- fresh balance heavy spring- and 5 stock 5 gcod work bay team and bay 2200 gray 1 yrs. old in colt ijmos 6 40 5 GO seed new wagon 3-to springs and truck stock wagoo with Z sets double iigbt double single 2 shovel plow tet of SNwaJkiog 20-galloo Z tiding cultifators potato bay bay rack. Terms ot sums of and on sums over 910 a credit ol 7 tuonibs will he Allowed un approved bankable bearing S per cent Interest per aimim. No property to toe removed until settled A. Auctioneer.' Holttein 'Apply to owner. Heights. FOB Bull 2 weeks J. Phone 130C Arl FOB and new barn hiBheat part of Ar11 FOP trt-nw and 3. B. Phone Arlington Hts. houw lots in FOR IWxlM ft. on tborae St. wltn 8-rootrf bam Urge cement looulrepl owner on JOB. III. '1 ADMINISTRATRIX NOTICE ot I Ute ot Harriet retort prewnt OfCook Co btvinetbe to be InthoOltyof ontbettnt BtraoJ. Cognac deHaut No. 3393 The Pore Bred Imported Black Stallion Owned by the Elk Grove Draft Horse Company has been examined by a Licensed Veterinary and found perfectly sound and healthy and received from the State Registration Board License No. A. 952. Renewed 1911 Cognac de Haut Ittre was foaled Jan. 1906 in Belgium and imported by Taylor Jones in Dec. 1908. He is recorded in Vol.Sof the Register of American Asso- ciation as No. and in Belgium Stud Book Vol. page We will try to accommodate our patrons and travel our horse about the same as last year. TFRMS-S1S at Time of due 1 LIUttO. when di.po.ing ot tnu4t before Foaling Will be held responsible for Service Care will be taken to pervent but we will not be should any occur. For further apply to GEO. Manager Phone Arlington 1217 MT. ILL. General Commission Merchant SPECIAL AHeotioa Given to ot DtMMd etc. and Proceeds mutt Pwaiptty Remitted. tt the OUtsit aa f o Cold FREE. CHICAGO. ILL. liJIJfi   

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