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Daily Herald (Newspaper) - July 7, 1911, Chicago, Illinois SUBSCRIPT M Wat ilrictV Cut to JO oot paid la advance. 100 tbo III M MNKtnd-oUM M. COOK COUNTY HERALD si 31 L2LMSJJS t Jl 8 Od 1 M Column t 3 KM MOolnmn M Wfl Mtf 8 Jjl id u jam OUR WIMi TO FBAR TEI.L THE TRUTH AMD MKKB MON1 One Column B Will OOtlS Ml 1871. VOLUME NO. 38 ARLINGTON HEIGHTS. ILLINOIS. FRIDAY. JULY 1911. A YEAE IN ADVANCE I Prospect daiionai Bank Hereby announces that it will begin business under a United States Bank Charter Saturday with R Capital Stock of and a surplus of fully paid in. It will conduct a General Banking business such as Checking Loans and Certificates of Saving etc. Three percent Interest will be paid from July 1st on all Savings Accounts deposited on or before July Accounts may be opened with Three per cent Interest will be paid on Certificates of Deposit. YOUR BUSINESS IS RESPECTFULLY SOLICITED. THE MOUNT PROSPECT NATIONAL BANK WILLIAM Pri-sick-ut KAM-H L. Vice President A. I-'. LVflRDINC WALTKK KUAL-SK HOWARD RALPH 1'LXK U in MU I c in ssi. ELLtAM IH'SSK WH.LiAM JR. i HAY We handle McCormick mowers and rakes. It you need a new haying you can do no better than get a McCormick. McCormick mowers are light they arc and they arc built in various sizes to meet the most varied 6 and 7-foot cut McCormicfc rakes are made in various widths in either luind or self dump II you arc undecided as to what machine you call and let us ex-Jain the many meritorious features found iu the McC simck mower and rake co s t r u c t i o u. Learn why McCormick mowers unit are money If you are not ie.n.ly to Call and get c.tltilofjuc. It's filled with valuable informa- and it will explain cx.tclly why McCormick rake s and mowers excel. IVAf. SON sold during open season. You may 16 sw. red or R'W.TOEPPER SHOE-MTtKER SHOP IN THE OLD Wm. Wille House 111. First-class Shoe Repairing Boots and Shoes Made to Order CALL AND SEE ME Whenever You want anything in the line of Footwear LEAVE YOUR ORDERS I'LL DELIVER THE GOODS Onions and Cabbage WANTED SCHILLO BROTHERS CO. INCORPORATED i Will Pay the Highest Market Prices for Pickles and Cabbage to be delivered at their during the season of 1911 FACTORIES AT BOTH Arlington Heights Mount Prospect I or Further apply to L. W. Local Manager Phone 1157 Mt. III. The Herald-Enterprise-Register v Read by more people than all other papers combined in this ter- ritory is the Best advertising medium. ILLINOIS GAME AND FISH LAWS whkh Should be by All and Keporta era ft Dating from the eastern part ot the state are tbat prairie calcken hunting will be good when the season November The prairie chickens have been protected lour years and they bare increased greatly The law signed by Governor De- gives the hunting public six but It prohibits tlie Bale ft the chickens arter they are Three bluls each day Is the limit. State Uamy Commissioner J. A Wheeler lias pi cpared the following digest ot lummtiry ot the new Illinois game law lor the instruction of hunters Von in.iv hill 12 quail per day flora November It to December open senson ptohlbitetl. You mnv kill three chick- ens per day irom November 13 to ISoveniber IT open season six Sale niohlblted. Wild turkeys and pheasants pro- tected until July 191J Partridges and woo t cock aie protected until July IB 15. trapping or ensnaring prairie wild grouse or partridges Is pt ohtblted. You may kill 15 mourning doves i tiny from August 2 until November open season 120 days. May be en s 16 black squirrel per day trow to November season 168 dnys. Sale You may kill 16 pet day ot all kinds of snipe n nd plover fiom September 2 to April open season 241 days Sale pi oh I bl ted. You may kill per day 15 10 10 15 15 rail or other water September 2 to April 1 open season 225 days. Sato prohibited You must not kill wild tail or other water fowl utter sundown or befoie sunrise ot pach succeeding day The shooting killing or destroying or the attempt to kill or de rails 01 othci water fouls Tvlth a swivel or rllle 01 liotn sail boat or OL Ic launch or steam- or from any sink box or sneak moat or aitiflclal blind in the open ot this state me abiolutely pio- hibited. Tlio catching or having in living or ol any wild id or part of wild other than bud h with the ol Ion lug except ton a English spar- ciow hawk and bluejay. Tlie deitiuctloii or removal from nests of the egga of all gamev ind song blids piobtbltod Yen must not use or attempt to use the license ol another pet or in toy m.uincr make change in any Icense lot the puipose of ti an sC erring tlio undet the penalty ol prose- cution oL pet jury of their ciiH drcn ot the or may hunt and kill game on thelt on n ttmns during the open sea- sou when it Js lawful to kill game without p roc uilii g a resident hunter's but they must not hunt be- yond the eon II n es of their own farm without enij license. Hunters must carry their license with them or they will be liable to prosecution for him t lug without li- cense. You must procure ft license before hunting but they may be killed or sold In any number and la seasons of the and they may also be bunted with ferrets. The title to the ownership of all song game birds and animals protected under the game law la de- clared to be in the Section 10 Is an important feature ol the law which vent Into effect July 1911. It shall be unlawful to take or kill by any means or device or to sell or offer fur or have In unless caught with hook and any of tbe following named flsh mentioned be- which are less than the weight or long tli mentioned for It luck eleven white 01 striped eight lock sK eight yellow or ring eight peich or ring wall-eyed tuJtceen fifteen Geimnn fiEteen six blue or channel thii teen ten Inches while ten bull head seven one ami one-halt lake one and one-half turtle or seven-inch any frog weighing one-fourth pound or under duilng the months of Mny and June. It shall be lawful to catch and take nil kinds of rish except black pike commonly known as or yellow white trout long black fins ami with scoop or fyke dip trammel baskets or with the meshes ot neither of which aia leas than one and one-half inches between the nrst dtty of July any year and the first day ot May of the nest suc- ceeding It shall be unlawful to catch or take minnows for bait only by tbe use of minnow seines or the meshes of which shall not be less than one- of an lac'i nor shall the length of any minnow seine be more than fifty bow- that any person BO fishing for minnows for halt In tbe mannaf de- Shalt at once return to the water uninjured all flsh of whatever e or length except such as are commonly known as It shall be Unlawful for any person to flsh In any waters under the juris- diction of this state with dip gill or pound without first obtaining a license to do so. Each resident of this state shall pay for each license the following amount respectively. For each 100 yards of or except minnow For din 25 cents The Uw also covets the license fee for the use at boats wheie ueti are uped Each non-resident of tbe state shall pay tor each license the follow- ing amounts FOL- each 100 jnrds ot less eicopt minnow For each 100 yards ot trammel net or For each dip Foi each hoop or a. shall be unlawful tor any male nonJremdent above the age or sixteen of the state of Illinois to fish with hook jand line In any of the Jurisdiction of obtaining a for the wateis under this state wlthou1 license to such non-resident pay the sum ot tl. Any person violating any ot the provisions of this act. as other- wise provided shall be deemed guilty of mlsdenietboi and on convic- tion theieof shall for each offense be punished by a fine in any sum not exceeding 1200 and costs and shall stand committed to the county jail un- til such lines and costs are paid Each tlsh of Illegal kind or size caugVi or offered or received for sold or offered for or had possession lor the purpose of and each net or other device used-In violation of this act shall constitute a sepaiata offense Legal Notice NO. 10048. Treasury Office of Comptroller of the Cur- D July 1911. by satlsfactoiy evidence presented to the It has been made to appear tbat Mount Prospect National In the village of Mount In the County of and State of has compiled with all the provisions ot the statutes of the United requtied to be complied wltli betore an association shall be authorized to commence the business of Thomas P. deputy and acting comptroller of the do hereby certify that Mount Prospect National In the village of Alouat Prospect in the County of Cook and State of HI tools. Is authorized to commence the- busi- ness of banking as provided In section of tbe Revised Statutes ot the United In testimony whereof witness my hand and seal ot office this third day of 1911. T. P. Deputy and Acting Comptroller of the Currency. Bureau Seal of the Comptroller of the Treasury EDITORIAL MUSINGS Jefferson Park is the worst looking Burburbun town about Chicago. Rail- way can build- oid streets and vsaaot lots overgrown with filthy weeds and no in- viting prospecis. It is better to be country village with civic pride than a neglected ward ol a great city Citi- zens of Jefferson ought to blush with shame fop the sights there that meet the eyes of strangers. It one extreme follows another we may reasonably expect a very cold winter to equalize the normal average of temperature. We have already had as much beat this season as during the entire year ot 1910 or 1909. If present extremes continue during July and August the earth and all her products will be thoroughly and unless plenty of rain every- thing will be bumed crops aie over two weeks ahead of time. Now is the time to prepare for winter. Tli railroad companies evidently ex- pect the public to go back to the old style ot using their bats for drinking cups. Very few people would take a drink without first rinsing the glass and hence are not liable to catch dis- ease from that but es- pecially women and suffer for lack of drinking cups on Many fads go too tar. ri MRS. MARY TESCH. Mary Goedeke was born in Han- October 1829. She eame to America with her parents and two sisters in 1817 and the nest year was united In marriage with Fred Tosch. They lived la Elk Grove a then moved to Arlington where they lived till then moved to where her husband died In Then she moved to where she made her home until six weeks when she came to live with her Mrs. Anna at Arlington wheie she died Jane aged Si years 8 months ind 22 days. Mis. Tesch was the mother of ten children. Three sons died in infancy. A died January ISM. Five Mrs. Mary Maass and Louisa Gloss of Chi- Anna Martens of Arlington Mrs. Sophia'Schmidt of Des Mrs Hutt'e Weber of Man- and one John P. Tescli of Port also 18 giandchlldrea and S greatgrand- children mourn the loss of their moth- er and grandmother. The funeral was lield in tlie German Presbyterian church of of -which she was a member 45 years. The body was laid at rest in Wheeling cemetery. May her soul rest in peace. Sophie Schmidt. We desire to express our sincere thanks to the many friends and neigh- bors who tendered assistance during the recent death of our mother and grandmother. Son and Grandchildren. FOR FOR REM.FIC. WANTED women over 24 years of age house- work. W. C. PaBc Ridge. Currants For Sale ut U.OO a basket. Will pick after tha GARMSifpAiit Phone 1278 Arllntftoi Heights. FOB and or phone 1102. FOK and good new barn1 highest part of A For terms and parUi a. Phone T ETodern house fib three lots In r ularl apply to Hts. Thrashing J. t. Cue TiiresUift Machine and 13 Engine. For to Aptaktsic P. tXTTSrie View. Cows For Call and see me setl or trade springers or stock bu Louis Mi Phone 1195 Arlmg or Trade. want to Heights. Blacksmith and Wagon Shop For Sale or Eent on easy terms. Also good house with one acre of land and all kinds of fruit Splendid location for German family owing to the death of blacksmith at Schaumburg Cook Illinois. For particulars apply to H. E. Real Estate Agent. P. Route III. Telephone Roselle 1068. OasoUneLampi For Sale Gasolene Lamps for sate at the Herald ofhce is now equipped with both gas and electric lights we have no further use for a dozen gasolene and will sell them cheap. Who wants a light that is both better cheaper than l Oat Eagim For Sale Weber Gasolene 4 hone will be told cheap as soon at the electric currant U turned on. Can be M work at the Herald GOWN AND BONNET jj YOURSELF IN A MANNER BECOMING THE SEASON NOW IS THE TIME TO BUY YOUR Straw LadW Men's and Children.' UNDERWEAR AT REDEKER-S l i Dry Goods Groceries Crockery Glassware Alabastine Sewing Machines Machine Needles Oils Caps Gas Mantels Glcves Window Shades Rugs and Carpets Lace Curtains Post Cards Curtain Rods A Line of Varnish and Kalsomine Brushes Buy a Box of Galvanic and get 20 bars of Palmolive Soap freev FR1EDRICH REDEKER Phone 353 H M M H i K i H Arlingron 111. i i 1 1 1 1 1 1 m u 1 1 m 1 1 MOUNT PROSPECT. Mount Prospect is tlie best town on the map for its size Her citizens abide in haimony and enjoy all the coin torts and facilities ot a prosper- ous suburban best railroad train plenty of pure graded cement good shade fresh country produce and all kinds of Including a home national bank. No village light truly a satisfied people with many blessings. It you are looking for a desirable suburban home Investigate Mount m. Mount Prospect Local No. G. P. A. held their first annual picnic and dtnce in Mount Prospect Grove July 4. It was succeai every a good orderly crowd who danced to fine muslo led the several liber- ally. Everybody went home satisfied and will be ready for the nest truck gardeners dance. Hurrah Tor another grand Picnic and Dance in Mb. Prospect Grove Sunday afternoon and 10. Music by orchestra Refreshments of all kinds served on Gooc order maintained. Dance 50 COMMITTEE. ELK 6EOTE ECHOES. Ptngel and wife aod Henry Mag- ers and wife recently visited relatives and frienda at where they had too much ram. Outs and oth- er crops were partially drowned out. Hay was extra but they don't think that country compares with Elk Grove for sure crops every year. Electrio Park every Saturday Spend your warm summer evenings at Meyer's Electric Park and Pavilion Arlington Heights. Opening Dance will be held JuljS.andevery Saturday thereafter during the season Music by a first-class orchestra. Cafe Ice Lunches and all kinds of refreshments on grounds. Amusements and all kinds of for young and old. Admission Jree. Dancing 50 cents. Good order main- tained. L. Manager. If you have guests from out of should yourself or family make a busL ness or pleasure or any other Inci- dent that wonld nuke a- local or per- sonal item tor it will be appreciated if you will call 'phone 15 and make web known to the HeraUUfflce. MORE HOT WEATHER There is a lot of hot weather coming. Sonic people declare the hottest days of the year will be during September. We are selling our oxfords and low cut goods for low and you can se- cure a bargain if you come. You obtain the worth of them in solid comfort this summer and have them all ready to start with next summer- You can see some of the new things for fall while you are getting summer THE RIGHT PLACE P. Hartmaim's Shoe Store GET YOUR CLOTHES REPAIRED and PRESSED FIRST-CLASS WORK AT REASONABLE PRICES FRANK KORTAN'S TAILOR SHOP AT LORENZEN'S OLD STAND ON CAMBELL ST. ARLINGTON HEIGHTS ILLINOIS J AUTOMOBILE OWNERS The Right Place to Get. Your Cars Overhauled and Repaired. Your Engines Adjusted and Timmed. Your Tires Vulcanized. Your Storage Batteries Recharged. Your New Tires and Tubes. Your or tanks exchanged for full ones. Your Carbide for Gas lights. Your Brass Polish best Your Body Polish best Your Body Soaps best Your Lubricating Oils. Your Transmission Greases. Your Cup Your Automobile Supplies in General. IS BURKITT'S GARAGE PHONE 7 ARLINGTON HEIGHTS CUNY VONASEK General Commission Merchants 265 South Water Chicago SO. WATER CHICAGO handle Dremd Prompt Returtu Correct Guaranteed. WRITE FOR PRICES AND TAGS. FREE COOLING ROOMS OUR WANT ADS WILL BRING RESULTS
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