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   Weekly Telegram (Newspaper) - February 12, 1897, Eau Claire, Wisconsin                                JL the chief IHSURAHCBIUWASMAOf Its sidered inhnica lojfifat AffairsJ Buildin There was Commercial SecyEmmett imdU JVfcHfc tntnAVJ HH0o porary presiding officers iu the WAU scored for4the association and 3 committee In the locatiotf the dres8rStay1fact9ryf and Submitted r H I desirldto establish industries in v T publU jT improvements and and freight in matters it was desirable market and s market building and would endeavor aiiHmic tbere postoffloe had increased itie ten years the PROVIDED THNIIDCE IS WELL QUALIFIED Jurisdiction Concurrent With That of the Circuit Court and Abolition of the December Term of the Latter Are Features vgp population oe re portedlt was about 16QOJVin1886 and to create a county muni cipal court for this county provides for a tribunal which really ought to be awsu ujutiuiMjuu called a superior court It is made a howeyer not including the state census court of reeqrd and in civil matters is most reliable such information of4885 which have predicted the commercial industrial interests 6f the city wottldqlncrease 50 per cent during the next ten The report was receivedwith Applause r Frawley said a bill had been sent to Assemblyman Buffington pro vidihg for cessiojaby the State of Wis consin to the ZJuited States of such lajad as might be selected by the gov ernment in this city for a federal building Smith Kobertson addressed the asso siation as representative of the Asso nated ChantiesHi thereof In regard to waterworks Mr Frawley said a recent decision of the supreme Ldof who wps at AUMMtoolis on a charge pf is have stabbed fe death on the Nineteenth avenue south and Sunday Benson was in the company of Hanseu with whom he had beeu SundeyY afternoon The Press says The evidence isnot strong theoretical and circumstantial if he Mrs Hansen stand pat a conviction will probably not jSeeured unless new and more direct evidence The theory of the is that Hansen angered because left home Sunday afternoon given jurisdiction concui rentJKithtbat in all cases which more 8500000 is tn appeal from the new court is to the supreme as in Winnebago Pouglas and Milwaukee counties The term of the judge is made six years the governor to ap pointjn case of vacancy The bill abolishes the December term of the circuit court provides for two jury terms of the new court each year one beginning on the first Monday in Jan uary and one on the first Monday in December 24 instead of 36 jurors to be finmtnnnprl which would Igavo the ey pense for jurors the same as it is now if before the next against his wishes and hadnot re by c 30 went out to search for her met her with Benson aud words dnsued whichresulted in the murder Tfcifa theovy lias been entertained all along by all of the detectives well as Vhjs suijenutendent himself Never thfeless evefiy other probable clew has diligently traced aud has led to a mere nothing The coroners inquest upon the uiuider was held at the odunty morgue Tuesday Coroner Dennis presided aud Assistant County Attorney Smith examined the wit nesses The inquest developed little in the way of a clew to the murderer and the jury brought in the strictly formal verdict tbat Benson had come td his death trom knife wounds in flietedoypersoiiS nnknxnvuto the jury One of the gieatest hypnotists in the Lot o Offer to Seekers EXAMINATIONS TO BE HELD IN MARCH i Positions Igr All Kinds of In Regard to Which Information May Be Obtained By Addressing the Civil Service Commission MV AJJ pUUflObO JJl orldaudho has wrung confessions in I now before i it was assumed the if aadfire in Durance bad ex biiiiwitb some careand legislative Madison It wasV re markable bill It madeJt theduty of i commissioner to insurance laws contrary to hitherto followed as to of the laws One provision M in the measure of bet ween a fire originating m the insured and afire another of the bill tooj was to shut companies except what are avas board companies It also by city in the present indebtedness unless the water company would enter into some arrangement for the Darius Breseelhad introduced the waterworks subject Mr Frawley said the water question was indeed im portant but as bathing pur poses were concerned the Chippewa River was goodeuougb i the Methodists have and all i insurance organizations of the jj Jcind He had not heard the stated aenfc contradicted and believed it to jeJtrtte that the of the bill wete to monopolrae insurance business ifjor the board companies and to mini of insurers In re life and accident insnraneei me bill was added that for a long time i rates here hadjjeenjery high fcu through companieswhich P enough to in the rates 5insomecases been cut down onehali jaadianderjthis bilf all such competi ition would be shut out in future The 4jill in general seemed to be designed j to tie up the insurance business in a tfie knot of red tape commissioner TsT WANT NO CHANGE j v Ohippewa Falls Attorneys Opposed to Alteration oi Their Circuit clerk ex officio of the new court and gives him the same fees he now re ceives provides that the new court shall be held every day in the court bouse4for which purpose a new court room would be provided iff the south west corner of the building on the first Further the bill provides tbat the judge shall be the sole com mitting magistrate in the county war rants issued by justices of the HELD A 1 A Committe Appointed to Go toMadi Passage PendingBill and of Any Similar Measure iniurance guardian for the people of the FALLS Feb meeting of lawjsrs of was held here this afternoon afid a committee jon sisting of T Connor L J Busk Dan Buchanan aad Hollon Bichard sbn was selected and instructed to go to Madison If necessary to prevent the passage of any measure changing the judicial circuit of ghich Chipptjwa county is a part rjt was stated that a bill to cut off Polk been introduced and that a measure to de tach Chippewa county andadd it to Seventeenth expected JL telegram was sent to Assemblyman Stanley informing hinf being returnable tobis court that ap shall lie to the circuit court in criminal actions as from justices now tbat ail fees in state cases shall be turned over to the county treasurer in violations of city ojylinances to the city treasurer detailed statements thereof to be filed that no Criminal or action shall oe removable from this court but in case the judge is from prejudice or any cause dis qualified ajustice may preside that when the court is sitting as a criminal court the police offlcers of the city IT M Miner moved appointment of a imittee to take proper stepstode bill also that onr representa the legislature be requested to Judge Teall and Mr Mej Donougb offered amendments and aiailythe Association adopted resolu tionsyeMesting the committee on In aadfreight rates jtiie Question and also re senator for this district and the assemblymen from this county to use all honorable jmeans to defeat tfce bill in question Judge Teall T J Frawley F Me and F M Miner were avtded to the committee on motion of Mr Cutter r XiX Frawiey for thecommittee on lLniunicipal legislation a Awarded st fionoreWorlds Fair the meeting which purported to represent the sentiment of most ofthe members of the bar of the city PLAYiHC THE BABY ACT Insurance Companies Repudiate the Award en the SchoolHouse Fire The insurance adjusteis who were here recently to adjust the loss by fire on Serenthward School No 1 wired shall serve all processesexeept when the offense is violation of a city ordinance The judge of course receives no fees whatever It has been suggestedthe salary be but a blank has been lefbin the bill for theamount of salary Lawyers say that ifthe bill passes the importance and usefulness ofthe court will depend atawkt entirely on the qualifications of the Judge and it is evident that his attainments and ability must be equal to those usually looked for in a circuit judge WAHLTHE from a cumber of criminals in all parts of the globe is in Minneapolis and is anxious to try his powers on Hansen Thehypuotist is Alexander J Molvor Tyndall Dr Tyndall as he prefers to be called arrived in the city last night from and will remain over for two or ituee days for the purpose of examining Hanson if the authori ties will permit him to make the test MEVEflY PROMPT i Eegeats of the University Come to the ProntiWith Desired Information IN RESPONSE TO WITHEES RESOLUTION Among the Bills Introduced at Madison1 Night Was One Providing for a Stflte Examiner to Go Throueh County The following announcement Is going the rounds of the press Are you out of work Do you dislike jtour pres ent employment or are you km enter the senice of Uncle you do it may be that you can be put in the way of gratifying the ambition The civil service com mission has lately prepared a of elaborate publications setting forth a vast amount of information regard ing a series of examinations to be held in the spring for admission to govern mental service and the inducements offered are such that no young or mid dieaged man who finds himself listed in either category enumerated above should neglect the prospect which is there held out to him Positions are offered for all sorts of people from the worfc tothatof the scientist and linguist Included are copyists messengers proofreaders mail clerks postofflce raphers typewriters all kiuds electricians engineers firemen oriuters sailmakers pressmen book keepers draftsmen physicians nurses seamstresses Indian service meat in spectors etc etc The salaries are all graded and range from Up into the thousands The commission have arranged for a large A of examinations to be held throughout country in the early spring One will take place in La Crosse on March 26 Milwaukee March 26 Point March 29 MiriBeftpolisMarch 31 Dubuqus April 12 On Vtypfewritaag March 27 jtoo ther6 wM bfriHx nation at Milwaukee 4n the railroad mail service Persocs desiring to enter the exami uationaare invited to write Gibraltar and are now in Southern Mediterranean en route toEgypt and the Holy Land buffered greatly with rheumatism neuralgia kidney trouble aud nervous ness but after taking four bottJes of Hoods Sarsaparilla J atn entirely cured Mrs M Cormac Bovce Special Agent Johnson ofthe in terior department has been here this week on olHoial business relating to the title tn ianis j Ha field county m which Thomas Cnrnirohael is inter ested Itis claimed that the alleged mur derer Hauseu now under arrest in Minneapolis furmerlv lived iu Eau Claire and was a bartender in a Xorth side saloon also that he has ielatnes here pr C B Reynolds dintist is pre pared to replace poKeluu facings on raownsand bridges removing them frntn the mouth iml tbsolutely wjtbout pain Offices m buill rng second floor MI tet entrance rooms J01 and Localcommittees on tintrand Army in May habeen appointed and no pams will be spaied tb makethe veterans and the encampmeut of 1897 a pleasant one on programme for the department encampment meets weekly at the Office of the municipal judge A meeting will be held this evening when the appointment of subcommit tees will probably be completed Hon John W Whelau was in town last night He saysthe legislative hopper being now fall the grist will commence to be ground out as fast as possible In regard to the liquorcure issue the senator believes that oases sought to be reached by the lav which has just been declared unconstitu tional will eventually be treated in oablks hospitals or annexes toasyjums for the1 insane if treated atall at oriblte expense fH 4 s Wilt y vvNitr i h r tf LiquorCore People Endeavor to Recover From Counties The decision of tbe supreme court declaring the Keeley cure law uncon MAOISON Wis Feb houses of the legislature were loaded with bills tonight none of special importance beyond one by Merriman providing that none but full citizens shall be eligible to hdld office and one by Agen for a state examiner to examine county ac counts A long report from the board of re gents came in concerning the state university and went to a special com mittee of which Senator Withee is the chairman The report was in response to Senator Withees resolution demand btructions blanks to The United States Civil Service Corn mission Washington DCM and all applications must be placed on file at least ten days before an examination in tfhich the applicant desires stftationai is legis lature its share of trouble A number of bills which are an outgrowth of the i courts decision have been introduced The Keeley cure people do not propose to be money out and there are others i J L Brickies and Arthur W James of Waukesha have had a bill prepares i It provides for an appropriation out of fund of a sum sufficient to pay altinnocenL pui chasers Jtbeactual yesterday that the j amount pau by tnem for ali acnounts MOST RBRRECT MABE A pare Grape CteamrtjffrattarPawdef iFree Amsripnia Alum orany other adulterant THE STAWOARD award 6f the arbitrators was considered excessive thjjl the companies wouldnt pay the amount but would prefer to repair the building them selves and that a Ifetter was on the way explaining their position in the matter The award which it is claimed is excessive is It was settled upon by the umpire Mr Snyder of Cbippewa FallSj to whom it disputed questions should it was farther Agreed might go ahead and make temporary repairs as soon as the arbitration was endfed and the district authorities so as they jvere anxious to restone school accommodations for the oOOchildren who attend the school in question The board committee has legaladvice to the effect that the in surance people can not escape from the award by which they had agreed toibideaU the process of arbitration having been in strict accord with the agreement made beforehand between the representatives of the district and the insurance men It is about time the ridiculous fake disguised under the name of small pox was dropped WB want health officers who wfll not fail to act promptly and vigorously and they ought to be sustained and will be sus tained by the public in so doing of the Wisconsin Keeley Institute Company based upon orders made by county judges Bills have also been drafted providing that the Keeley cure people receive remuneration for the treatment of all inebriates committed at the expense of counties Senator Stout Will However Restore the Hanual TrainingSchool Cbippewaifterald ArchitectCharles of Menomonie was at the Stanley house to day Mr Charles said that Senator Stout had not made any plans jWrebuilding the manualschool re cently destroyed byUreoh aocouIuTof the urgency of his legislative duties and his work as 1 resident of the Ate nomonie school board It is Senator Stouts intention however to rearmft the school at his own expense and ArchitectCharles will probably draw up fte plans for the new structure Mr Charles says that his estimate of the loss on training build ing was 8100000 although Senator Stout would not have taken that sum for the structure and its contents There was but insurance on it WTS HIM Would Ooerjrto cm Hanacn Charged With Murder Charles Hnnscn the commonlaw JHEJOQCY Dr Hoagris at the OallowayT W K Coffin returned yesterday fromStPaul L L Roe of Stanley was at the Eau Claire yesterday f 1 Mrs DanforthJeJtyesterday fat ier home at Feabody Mass John Baker of and Baker is at Hayward on business DPSimonswiio has made along sojourn in Eau CIairef left yesterday Born to Mr and Mrs Water street a daughter A masquerade balfvrill be givan ing information as to the number of professors assistant prjfesssrs in and all other people employ ed by the university together with j the sala nes of each professor and i employe also the number of stud ents receiving instruction from each i professor the number of recitations each one hears and hours of instruc tion given together with the total receipts evening at Born to Mr and Mrs Olq Golem a daughter pounds Anton Anderscesmia partukhave bought the Lumber Companys sfcoretft John F removed bis fam ily from Minneapolis toTSJau Claire Cascarets stimulate Jivev kidneys and bowels Never sickenweaken or gripe lOc The Misses Weigenegger gave a party last evening to a number of their 1 friends The farmers ihstitute at Brackett has been attended by a number of people from this city Walter Jenkins and Mrs Frank Falls 5sitert Lmi Clairefriends yes terday of the As Sociation will visitMadison to liwlif the insurance bill A meeting of the executive boani of t grere1 Yesterday v feb last and a raft of them Ampuif them one to j mbve tbd another to abolish schools aad haveai cation bill directed Ugajnli winkers The being 70 Jess than hsfcsesMon and the senate 337 or than two years ago V tended g to counteract some methods now 4nvogue was telegraphed from Eau Glairy today to secure ifcs intro More will be heard of the subject later r The lumber schedule of the fSriff tsilt been agreed upon to febesatis faction of the Michigan owners of Ca nadian stumpage by the incorporation of a provision tor retaliation irt the event of the Canadian government placing an duty on Jogs The schedule is nrraugedby BxingASlrate of duty on white wood basswood hetiT lock and sycumore and a rate is al low covei ill other woods of woods tbat are ad nutted fi duly The white pine people pi acticalh agreed to give I up the rontest for the rate On hem j lock 1 Abidham Lincoln sixteenth presi dentif the United States was born tightyeight years ago today by item and for whatg purpose made for the year ending December oiynuigatiou called the Uta Btila Bunga Club was formed Wednesday evening at the office of the Ideal Land and Loan Company It will be a social organization The members are Al fred Cypreansen president Jack Carpenter secretary Sever Anderson treasurer O Lenmark K Lenmurk John Knudtson Henry Knudtaon S Cypreatisen and Chas Christiansen Fred Stupy says the Northwestern Orchestra the mistake of ite life in giving that dance the same night as the Bradley Martins next Tuesday evening J J Ferry was installed as regent of the local council of the Royal Ar canum Wednesday evening Wm H Frawley has been at Madison in the interest of a measure providing for appropriations to pay liquorcure bills The Uadger Light InfHiitry meets to night to elect a successor to Lieut Brown who has removed to Abbotts ford Capt A A Arnold of ialesburg late of the 110th Wisconsin Infantry spent yesterday in the city visiting with old oomrsdes inarms 3 II Ingrnni ami family have been heard from They touched at ColeVnted for its strength and healthfulness tuwaras the food against all forms of adulteration common to the cheap brands ROYAI Co NKW YOUK   

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