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Chicago West Side Vindicator (Newspaper) - August 17, 1895, Chicago, Illinois Humboldt edition vol. Xiii no. 31 Wei. In Valley editor and prop. Chicago ill saturday aug. It 1805. The vindicator. West town Chicago aug. 9. >5 William ii Alley. Publisher and proprietor bum i up Loii s3 00 ppr Imbilli. In Lulu Micro. Trial subscription month. 51 cents. \ Merio a. No. C.2-f. J. Beck. Arc lion qty Barclay Street Geo a Wley. Erlile. In Llen Wooin Avenue. Met Etc second and Tourt i thursdays. A Tung s Hall Corner w. I Kijuro Avenue and Roboy Street Humboldt pahk. No. 75�?waitc j. Stay mor arc lion fill Humboldt boule/ari-1 l. H. Richards. Sci be. 225 Heine struck. Moots Lirett and t Hir l tuesdays Scharlau n Hall North and c ill Forth avenues. Office 207 wbstmadi80n st1se1�t. Jefferson. No. Los Cliant. Water House. Foj arc lion. Hbl Armitage Avenue Edward Lankston scribe. 710 Humboldt Avenue near Sprinc Lloyd Avenue. Meets Glrst and third Batu plays. Masonic Hall. 1227 Armitage Avenue. Eute Rod in tin Cli Iono pos Tonico As second Claes matter. . No. 121-j-4 Hill Ion Street in Ikhi Reading notice 1 cent a word each time. Display advertisements 1 in. One insertion 1 Inch per month2.0� yearly contracts tier Lush Ner month 1.00 win. Ufir arc lion 1.142 w. Lohn Dick. Serillo. Ltd i7 n. Smili Ileal Avenue. Sleet second add fourth thursdays n. A. Cor Uili iou Street and grand Avenue. Humboldt Ait edition will c. 8tone, editor and business manager. J 8<�ii West North Avenue. I Telephone a go West. Pm Midi rectory. B�t"n0t i a re invited to insert a card descriptive of their churches under this heading Gratis. Hum Dol Cit Park m. E. Church. Northwest Corner of Talman Avenue and be Mono Street Nav. James Howe pastor residence 777 Maplewood Avenue. Sunda a Blu Ollu a a Junior league2 30 or Cash i Ign pc Ichiriu. clash Moe in usow Ruihle e e.730p.m prayer Mee Luu wed Day a la p. Elsmere m. E. Church. Meal and via Biaua a treats Rev. Lonc Bargor. Pastor. A a a a a a 8irid�v morning scrvice.11 00 a. Bunav cola. Sunday evening Crevice. 45 . Epworth league mooting. 0 45 . Bethany presbyterian Chueh. Humboldt b Levard Aud Cort and Street Rev. J. Curry. Pistor residence.11 Humboldt morning service.10-0 a. Sunday Beho,.l.1i sunday service. A a a p. In y. P. Pc it c. E. Ci0p. In. Junior y ire. A. Saturday. A 3� p. In. Canicu imu.8oc to Lutana Idt Linrod ys2 00p in cession meets 1st f Ridzy Eichi month. 7 a p. Maplewood Cong. Church. Myrtle Avenue. Humboldt ave Ane Rev j. A. Bollard. Pastor. Sunday m it Nick .1,0 m. Sundog school. Sunday evening f ervice. I. It Quot a prayer meeting wednesday. H 30p. St. Paul . Hirsch and Maui held streets Rev. O. L. Iceie pastor residence. 7u2 Maplewood Avenue. Divine services every lord s Day la i0 a. Sunday school up 45 p no you people s meeting wednesday a 45 . Bible dtudy7 15 p mgt s . North Hoy no Avenue. A a a a. A a divine service every lord s Day. 1 o. In. Hundy Scho .1 Yonne people s meet Nir. Thursday. 7 45 p. Or Luke s Reform d Els. Church. Tutt Tenear Rev Fleury Loxi Quot. Rector res Deace. 814 North Talman iiolvucoinnuuiion2d sunday m month 11 a. Sunday mor Ioir prayer with a. M Sun div even Nir prayer with Sermon. M0 . Lica Vand address wednesday8 0np.iu. Choir Friday a a a a St. Mark Brafor Medetis. Churen. I Zurel a Iwuc. Nem Greenwood Avenue. Maplewood Rev. j. Millar b. I. Rector Leld nce in Moldt Bouvard Maplewood suit Ian a of nine a a a it a it a sunday school. A s Suu Uay even Muir service. 1> eleventh presbyterian Church. Vitinu a. Near pot a Mac act due key has. H. Ii Wrens. A Titor residence to Anaple Vood so Ruiu 3ervices�&Quot a . Sunday. Y p s it. A. .45 Bun div Evet Ziair service. Prayer meet ii. Wednesday. German Evang. Lutheran Church Belm i and Laurel avenues Rev. P. Brains. Let a Tor. San Lav Morni i sunday school. _ Grace congregational Church. Pow ill Avenue Aud Cherry place Rev. . Cherry pan or. Sunday Mornia service sunday school. Sunday scr vice. Yon Uli pc open o Moe Lnu. L razor meeting wednesday. Us l oko Stieers should report to us their Meei bugs. We m Ute no Chai Iio for pull cation. I clubs. I j yol pkg men s Republican club of 1 the 14t i Ward Inee a ii. Tilt Quot in club rooms. Ill West Oivi Slon Street second Aud fourth Friday Evi idols of each Nioma. Republican club of the 14tli Vord Are r at. Bromer s Hall. Old and Flea North cil Fornin Avenue first Aud third thursday evening of each month. People s Republican of the i Ward meets at Brewster Hail. 7h7 and 7-u Weh North Avenue s court wednesday evening each month. Informal meetings every wednesday evening. Public Halls. T Rewter 8 Hall 787 and 789 West North j Avenue Arthur a truths a. Proprietor. Fine Hall to Renc to clubs me Tiara entertainments weddings parties balls Etc. For open dates apply to proprietor on premises. Terms reasonable. Bremer s Hall file Ami c12 North California Avenue Caspar Bremer proprietor Larae Hue Hill for Public and private meet nip balls parties Etc terms reasonable open dates proprietor on premises. T a Obb Quot fall and club rooms Ortli j East Corner of West division and n. California Avenue main Entrance Humboldt i Ark. Halls Aud club rooms to rent for ounces. Private parties weddin Fis receptions political meetings Etc. Dates open. Frid Jacobs proprietor. Voran turn Var Ivy meets every wed Nee Day evening at Jacobs Hal. Northeast Cor. Wet i Ivision and n. . Turning every tuesday and Friday evening. We have m the services of or. A. L. Hoppke to Anixt us in our advertising and department. The Public trill find or. Loppe to be a gentleman in All a expect and ice Trust he will receive Liberal encouragement. Editor Stone if ill be at our office 8l2 West North Avenue every evening during week Days and All the afternoon on saturdays. The office is always open our staff in attendance. Humboldt Park news. Re vices. 4 v . 45 Woi it . Y 3 >p.in. ____10 i0 . .11 41 . 3uu . 8 42 p.m800 1�.in. Maplewood Baptist Church. Maplewood and Greenwood avenues. Sunday morning a vice. Quot a Quot it. Bund a school sunday Evoi in Young people s meeting. Prayer we tuesday. 0 45 . 7 45 . Swedish methodist Els. Daub Sensia Rev Failli m avens Resi Deuce. 817 North Talman Alvoin. Avenue. Sunday m. A time service sunday Segool. Praise set vie is Nav in service. Class Alee 1. G tuesdays. Prayer , i Lungi is. Up Lorili Leslie every Alie Huaie. 10 30 a. Goa. 0 p. 7 3t> p. 7 to p. 7,30 p. 111. Lodge . G. A r. Erin Filo so to Post no. 445. A meets 2 id Aud 4th satyr Days a. Month at lag a i s Hall. U w. N Avenue u. F. Matter. Commander. W infield Ecott a corps no. L i. Woman s be like meets on 1st Aud 3rd fridays of each Mouth at 105.1 ill Waukee Avenue. Mrs. Emma Welsh. I Pequot Neul Kilpatrick Camp 200> Rons o of Vii meets 1st and 3rd tuesdays of each in jut hat Lagony s a 1. A to w. North Avenue. Cha Nichols. Captain. Diatonic Metius. Tort Wal t Lodge no. 813. A. F and a. O meets Eiry second and fourth tuesday of each at a Quot a. A be re and Centre Quot 1 Park Avenue a Chas. J. It urls. Sec y. Blin huh Lodge. No. 818 a. K and a. Meets every thursday at Sokup s Hall Corner Milwaukee a i w. North avenues. 1�. C. Lacuha w. To Erma u. Schlee Sec y. A troyal league Lelce Siuga. A Rion no. La a. W. Carr. Archon As Werder Street f. P. Schreiber. Scribe 724 n. Hoyne Avenue. Meets second Aud fourth Lute Days Sokyu s Hall. Robey Street and North Averu a. _ Ochille n .2j�?d. H. Basenberg. A Chou. O 484 n. Ashland Avenue or. Julius utto. Scribe 451 w. Chicago Avenue. Meets Biond and fourth tuesdays Eash arut Hall. 448 w. Chicago Avenue. _ 1jxcelsior, no. 4a�?c. A. Elc Hium. Arr Liou a 2280 St. Charles ave nun. Irving Park g a Nye. Soroe. 2m Lasalle Avenue. Alerts first Aud third mondays Sigmund s Hall. 1�2 w. Chicago Avenue. _ Enterprise no. 53�?charlea a. Willa ass Archon 1004 n. Avenue w. 11. Army. Serine. 221 Hoffman Avenue. Meets second and fourth thursdays Merrick s Hall. Ali j Milwaukee Avenue. I a. Seymour is still on the sick Lut. 01�vers-thiu/fobc�ymingi--�?� ten thousand programs have been or Erbil for the re Public a picnic. Weasner s sure cure ointment cures All sores when other ointments fail. Mrs Mugler Mother of aul. Geo. A. Mugler is ill poor health. List your property for rent or Sale with k. Re astr amp co., s62 pc get North Avenue. Mrs. New Liall is expected Home from her visit to Hio soon. Several Petty burglaries have been committed in stir Section lately. Call up Telephone vet s7 or write to win. I. Kamer Lipil co., 670 West Chicago Avenue for bargains in real estate. The con relational a lurch gave a social last thursday evening. V Voy contemplates securing a copyright 011 his set of new baseball rules w111. Loot Maii of 191 Prince Avenue has entirely recovered from a severe sickness. The ladies Guild of St. s k. E. Church have a social under consideration. If you contemplate building see j. A. Anderson Sli Maplewood Avenue for estimates mrs a. J Llor Waldt ail children Grace and Arthur have returned from a visit to the country. Notify us at ghz West North Avenue if Yon desire to donate prizes for the monster Republican picnic. Mrs. A. 15. Cressman of 223 Prince Avenue is spending a week or two at their cottage 011 Lake Huff. Chas. 1. Sharau will soon go South to attend the dedication exercises of Chickamauga National 1 Ark. Don t forget the monster Union Republican club s picnic at St. Paul Park saturday August 24th. We understand a Mammoth clothing store is to be established 011 North Avenue near the Park Entrance. J. A. Anderson 811 Maplewood Avenue is a contractor and builder Sec him before closing contracts. Austin Korman returned last week from his vacation. Mrs. V. And children arc expected Home the latter part of the month. Willie Sledz Naski of 819 North Washtenaw Avenue fell out of a Hammock last saturday and was seriously injured. Sam fennel who has for Many years had charge of j. C. s place 923 West division Street is on the sick list. The new superintendent of Humboldt Park is making himself known to the Public by the noticeable improvements. The fifteenth warders have organized baseball team and propose to Quot do up Quot a1 Natzke s tossers at the monster picnic. First appearance of the Humboldt Republican club hand at ii Rewer s Hall tuesday evening next. All re publicans invited. The list of speakers for the monster Republican clubs picnic on the 24th includes some of the most Brilliant orators in the party. Have you heard of it Reasner s harness Compo will keep your harness soft making it look like new is Waterproof will not soil horse or hands. A a bouncing boy put in an appearance at the residence of or. And mrs. Louis dreck-111311,471 Potomac Avenue saturday August 10th, 95. Or. And mrs. Green of Detroit mich., arc the guests of or. And mrs. Ryan 809 North Washtenaw Avenue. The two ladies Are Sisters. We understand that in the near future the North Avenue electric line will run its cars from Fortieth Street to Lincoln Park and give transfers 011 All Cross lines. If you want the Best use Reasner s horse aloof dressing. Agents wanted to sell reas Ner s goods in City and country. 862 West North Avenue. Those who have tickets for the Republican clubs picnic for Sale will report amount sold and turn Cash into the treasurer s hands at the Union meetings of the clubs next tuesday evening 20th inst at Brewer s Hall 610-612 North California Avenue division Street. Last wednesday evening a Large crowd attended the regular meeting of the people s Republican club of the fifteenth Ward at lire voter s Hall. An elaborate program of athletic games and sports has been prepared for the monster picnic. There will be some prizes Worth capturing in the contest. There is a big rivalry among the club members As to who can or will sell the most tickets. Frank car Witzl disposed of 150, and others Are Well up to that Mark. Mrs. We Linnerman of soy North Washtenaw Avenue lost a valuable Cli Arlaine watch last monday evening 011 the metropolitan train near Street station. The metropolitan Quot a Quot is doing better than ils promoters expected. U is Certa Illy bringing hundreds of people out to Humboldt Park Vicinity who arc seeking rentals or Purchase of real estate. A us Ilell wig a Slater of 825 Hermitage Avenue died at the county Hospital Ilell wig was at work 011 a four to store building at 61s West eighteenth Street and fell from the roof. His Skull was fractured. Remember that r. Reasner a a co. Have a Large list of fits to rent As Well As Choice vacant and improved property for Sale at Humboldt Park. Office s62 West North Avenue Corner North Washtenaw. Tile Humboldt Republican club hand will furnish the music for the picnic of the clubs at St. Paul Park. Come and hear the Best band 011 the West Side nicely uniformed All skilled professional players. Regaining with next week the free concerts at Brewster Hall will be abolished and 011 saturday evening and sunday from 4 p 111a regular theatrical performance w ill be Given with admission at ten cents a person. We cannot state positively whether lie will attend but mayor Swift has been invited to speak at the monster picnic. Perhaps he w Ould like to see the make up of the three clubs that first endorsed his candidacy for the mayoralty. On tuesday evening. August 20th, the Humboldt Republican band will serenade the grand Union mass meeting of the clubs interested in the monster picnic. It is expected that ii Rewer s Hall will be packed. Come. Free Tor All. If you want bargains 111 realty or if you have anything in that line to dispose of give your business to the Well known real estate firm of w111. L. Kamerling amp co., 670 West Chicago Avenue. A1 Natzke s baseball team played last sunday at Whiting ind., against the writings winning by a score of 10 to 3 the feature of the game was the phenomenal pitching of Louis Ami the lust base playing of Pielow. Louis stranger and his wife live at 1197 we get North Avenue were Riding in a buggy past 625 North Avenue sunday night when one of tile wheels came Oil Quot and both were thrown to the pavement. Both were badly bruised. The picnic of the Cook county Republican marching club last saturday at Columbia Park was Ari immense Success they there is need of my re policemen about the Park. We have hinted at this before. If necessary we will devote a column or so to the subject then somebody will get a Lively shaking up. Robert Hamerstein 969 Girard Street went into the pm scent of his Home Friday evening and shot himself in the right Temple lie was taken to St. Elizabeth Hospital where the physicians extracted the Bullet. The w found is considered serious. Kuhn s Park was crowded sunday. The norwegian singing society was holding its annual picnic. It left Headquarters 237 Milwaukee Avenue 10 o clock in the morning marching to the Park. There were probably 2,500 people at the Park. The singing societies rendered several norwegian melodies among them Seilas which being translated Means Quot the journey of i his society vill be Twenty live years old october 30, and proposes to fittingly celebrate the event. In tile evening the picnic rounds were illuminated and dancing was indulge in. In Kik program. Aii inter Custins list of attractive events for the monster i in la the committee on games for the grand Union picnic of Thuc people s Republican club of the fourteenth and fifteenth wards at St. Paul Park saturday August 24th, have prepared an attractive list of athletic amusements each event being enhanced by valuable prizes in fact the list of prizes is so Large that up to the time of our going to press the committee had not completed the allotment so we Are unable to give this part of the program. However we list the events. Each event will be announced by number displayed throughout the grounds. The program consists of the following 1. Men s race for All. Iso Yards. 2. Fat men s race 2u0 pounds or upwards for All. 100 Yards. 3. Married ladies race. Lor All 100 Yards. 4. Single ladies rate for All. 100 Yards. G mis a race forail�b0 Yards. 7. Sack race for All. 1$Yards. 8. Potato race ladies for All 15 potato 1 Yard . 9. Boys race. 10 to 15 years. 10. Laid ice Bloomer �00, for All 75 Yards. 11. Running hash Jaap for All. 12. Pie eating Content for All. 13. String cutting Ooi test for All 14. Baseball ban dual is. File cent Ward Oaks Purser gtd Ihu All above events hive one or More prizes on round trip tickets Only 50 cents. Train leaves Union depot nt9 1 a. M., stopping at All stations on a St. P. . Milwaukee Avenue Ashland Campbell California Avenue and Ell Mere. Afternoon train leaves at 11 30 sloping at Elsmere station. Tickets for Sale by in embers of the clubs. Lizzie w to i the list of speakers includes men of National Quot l reputation. One of tie Best bands in the City will furnish the Jusic. Dancing Etc. West Side events. Items of interest gathered and condensed or vindicator readers. J Park Gas Plant. A from again calling at it we mentioned in the to Little Static Seld amp Olfie Tafi enit of the procession with As much eclat As if he was the biggest Toad 111 the puddle. Rehear it intimated that Aid. Foster intends inviting the Jago loopers and never thirsts to play an exhibition game of baseball in the Council chamber at an Early Date. It is really too had that the Aldermani vacation hould delay such a Noble undertaking. Those interested in seeing a first class game it of baseball Are notified to attend the contest sunday afternoon at a Rand and Fredzie Aven Between a1 Natzke s team and the cranes. Both Are Well known and about equally matched. Purse $50 a1 Natzke can be trusted to make a hot Light to win. The Sagwa loopers again came off victorious Iver the never thirsts at the Ball game last sunday John Evoy acted Umpire. John says when a Man strikes at the Ball he has 110 business to miss it. If he does he is lined tile liquid Etc. John is busily compiling an entire new set of rules for the next game. Hochspeier is right in the moving business furniture pianos trunks and people moved. Every facility required. Busses for picnics and parties. Regular trips to All depots daily 3 00 p. 111. Prompt service reasonable charges. Always Leady for your business. See i Loci Eicr. See his establishment. Best of equipments. Call at 967 North California Avenue. Ring him up. You la catch Linin by calling Telephone 797 West. Always ready. Remember Hochspeier lie s the Man to move anything. Last tuesday evening a gang of Young toughs got into a tight 011 the division Street area of Humboldt Park into which a couple of women got interested and made the scene Lively by their Yelis. We have hinted to tile police several times about this gang and now it s about time they took action. They know to Thev Are full Well. The management of the West division Street electric line is being criticise i quite severely by its patrons. Tile Lii Tormen run the cars exceedingly fast Aud if a person happens to be half a Block away 011 a Cross Street the car shoots by and leaves him to wait for another. They gain very Little time and the Way the car line is run they have failed to gain very much popularity. Everybody �11 the Northwest part of the City has heard of win. Kammerling amp co., 670 West Chicago Avenue. They sell real estate All the people come to see them if they want their business done right and if they want Flats stores houses or in fact anything in their line. If you have no time to go to them Call up Telephone West 87, and they will Call 011 you. 1. F. Owen 209 Dickey Avenue will receive applications from those desiring to join the Cook county Republican marching club. This club Aims to eclipse any organization of its kind in the country. It is preparing now for the next presidential convention. The membership fee is , monthly dues 25c. We understand the club has received a donation of several thousand dollars with which to provide elegant uniforms. Now is the time to join. A list of prominent speakers in the Republican party Lias been selected for the grand Union picnic of the Republican club s at St. Paul Park saturday 24th inst. I11 fact the program of entertainment is Bitite extensive and everything promises a most enjoyable time. Over one thousand tickets have been sold no to Date. Yon will miss a grand time if you miss this picnic. Everybody about Humboldt parkas of Hochspeier. Lie moves the people towards him with his Low charges. They come to him for transportation when they want it by the bus Load truck Load or just to get their trunk taken Down to the depot or their piano moved. Then Hochspeier must be the Man you want when in need of such service. Well lie is at 967 North California Avenue Day and night. Besides he has r. Telephone West 797. See Linin or Call him up swedes had full Sway sunday at Sharp shooters Park. They turned out in Large numbers and had a Good time the Independent older of Vikings Lodge 1, gave its fifth annual picnic. Preparatory to the picnic the organization accompanied by its friends paraded through some of the principal streets Oft lie North Side leaving Headquarters 120 Chicago Avenue at 10 o clock in the morning. The Tumboli we cannot refrain Tion to the Gas last Issue of the Al or. James a. To Fliey the originator and the it cattleman a is we Anheir Ilia i Cess of making Gas from Limestone is possessed of a world wide reputation. He was the first Man to build a successful ice making machine in America. He helped to bring the refining of sugar to perfection and has contributed largely to the use of electricity As a motive Power and an illuminating agent. Not Content with a Fortune reaped in these enterprises Small in comparison with the wealth he directly conferred upon thousands of others through the use of his brains and Energy he came to Chicago to bring his experiments to perfection in an entirely new and original undertaking. Having the courage of ins convictions backed up by scientific testimony he attempted to produce Light and heat by simply liberating the chemical elements of tace be from Limestone. He built a Small experimental Plant produced the results sought Anil demonstrated the accomplishment of the facts embodied in what May be rightly termed an original discovery in scientific research. Just such a discovery As has made the name of Newton Franklin Tyndall Edison Bell a Ray and Many others famous in the annals of the scientific world. Just at this Inopportune time misfortunes began to come upon him his Plant being destroyed by fire. Undaunted by this calamity or. Tracey set about the erection of another p Nat upon a larger scale and one that would serve As the nucleus of a great plan that would ultimately revolutionize the method of producing heat and Light for the civilized world. He invested the whole of Llic remainder of his wealth in this undertaking feeling assured that he could push the Enterprise to a conclusion without asking one Dollar from any person outside his own resources. But again men of capital in the South Large sugar refiners and owners of plantations owing Lipini sums of Money were caught in the panic of the last eighteen months and failed to meet their obligations. Or. Tracey was thus crippled and ins great undertaking brought to a standstill. Being a Man of wonderful Energy far seeing Ami tireless in his efforts he is now interesting people of Public spirit and Means in his Enterprise. Last sunday quite a delegation visited the Plant at 406 and 40s 1 a Ickens Avenue and made a superficial investigation. They looked at the great outlay 61 actual wealth listened to the explanations made by or. Tracey and were forced to acknowledged that if he had the Means provided Linin that everything pointed to the most won Despui results possible. We Are so thoroughly convinced that this Man is destined to astonish the world with his discovery that we feel we Are doing humanity a Blessing by giving his Enterprise a free publication that it May attract men of Means quickly to his assistance. Had he the wealth and equipment of Edison the finances and skilled mechanics which Edison commands in his undertakings or. Tracey would no doubt astonish the Public within six months his name might be upon everybody s has and he would be hailed As a great Benefactor to humanity. We Are pleased to know that some of our More citizens Are rallying to his supp Oil. Full and free investigation is in i Tedmund we will say that if any of our read ers define to come ill on the ground floor of what promises to be one of the greatest beneficial enterprises yet produced in the nine tee will Century now and Here is the Opportunity. Go out Aud investigate for yourselves. It will Cost you but Little. You can Ose nothing by it and you May be the gainer in tile outcome. Announcement ism Onciul with this week s Issue of the vindicator to take great pleasure in an not Sciug the fact that we have secured a Couplet a list of the of Trio old Kodak Quot Aud Quot North Welt elite Quot also the Sci vices of the former editor mud publisher of jibe above paper Robt. G. Tiiu if Ond of sitting to Day All of Tea old subscribers old Therio papers will continue to receive the a indic atom i Enlil their subscription bus. Out. It. Timms will devote his time Aud Ergy to tue business aul social iut Orest of Faker Park Aud Vicinity and Auy com Ini cations addressed to Kirn Cate of the Tal office 743 North Robey Street will Frei to Bis prompt utter Tiou. Warren Avenue police arrested four men Al 802 West Madison Street saturday night and charged them with gambling. S. I i. England was booked As keeper. Deputy Coroner Daniel o Brien was injured 111 a Street car Accident w Hile returning from Dunning Friday and was not Able to attend to his official duties for several lavs. The West Chicago Park commissioners have ordered that Central Park Avenue from the South line of Colorado Avenue in the town of West Chicago be improved with a in Levard. Christ Hanson of 97 West Huron Sheet employed by the United states leather co., 224 Randolph Street was caught ill the elevator at that factory Early sunday morning and his left foot was crushed. Bertram o Connor a private in Coni Pany 1fifteenth infantry stationed at fort Sheridan fell from a Center Avenue car sunday evening at Hilton place. He received a slight Scalp wound and was taken to the county Hospital. O. 1. Duckworth no. 124 South do Plaines Street had his shoes stolen while he was bathing in the Lake at the foot of Indiana Street saturday afternoon. He went to the Lake Shore on a Guycle and when he discovered his he dressed and began to Chase after the thief barefooted. The West Chicago Park commissioner.-, have ordered that the completed portion of the Boulevard improvement on West twelfth Street from the West line of Ashland Avenue to the intersection of Ogden act due thence 011 Ogden Avenue to the cast line of Douglas i Ark. paid by special assessment on the property benefited thereby. Frank Redick a bicycle repairer who lives with his family at no. 466 West Ohio Street swallowed a Quantity of carbolic acid at 4 30 o clock sunday morning. Or. Walsh of no. 528 a Rand Avenue was called and by the application of proper remedies counteracted the effect of the Poison. The Man will recover. Family trouble it is said was the cause of Rudick s attempt. Two women were injured sunday afternoon in a collision Between a Western Avenue electric car and a buggy. Mrs. Lyman of 438 Western Avenue and mrs. Thomas of 392 icing Street the injured were in a buggy driven by c. J. Hess when the Accident happened. A car struck the vehicle overturning it and throwing out the three occupants. The Man escaped uninjured but the women were bruised. With appropriate ceremonies the foundation Stone of All saints polish Catholic Church was dedicated and Laid sunday. The ceremony was Perronne by Rev. Anthony Cozlowski the priest in charge of the Parish. The neighbourhood surrounding the Church which is situated at and Robey streets gave evidence of a gala Day Early in the morning flags of America and Poland Vii pro lung it rom the Bouses of the parishioners Anil in front of the edifice was placed an Arch covered with evergreens. J. J. Pollak a real estate agent at no. 1225 West nor h Avenue was arrested and locked up at the Maxwell Street police station monday night on complaint of f rank j. Peters of no. 1002 West nineteenth Street. The charge is obtaining Money by filse pretences. I eters says he loaned Pollak $400, for which he received a note. He asserts the note was worthless he also says he gave Pollak $130 for steamship tickets which lie was going to Send to relatives in Europe for their passage to this country. He says he did not receive the tickets. The West Park commissioners have ordered that the Cost of the completed p firtion of the Boulevard improvement on Warren Avenue West Fortieth Street and West Washington Street from the West line of Garfield i Ark to West fifty second Street and 011 West Fortieth Street from lie South line of Warren Avenue to the mirth line of Wes Washington Street Ami 011 West Washington Street from West Fortieth Street to the cast line of West forty sixth Street be paid by special assessment on properly benefited thereby. J. Ii. Moore has designed for Rufus Wright a residence to be constructed at no. 1105 Washington Boulevard. It will be two stories basement and attic High and will front 45 feet with a depth of 80. It is in tile colonial style of architecture and will be constructed of red pressed Brick relieved by Brownstone trimmings and slate roof. The Interior will be divided into twelve rooms and w ill be finished in Hardwood and heated by steam. It will be one of the most attractive House 011 the Boulevard and will Cost $25,000. Joseph Carey with a sanitary inspector s Star pinned to Liis coat defied the authority of patrolman Logan when told to move on Quot sunday night in front of a lodging House at 24 West Madison Street Logan attempted to arrest the pretended inspector but Carey fought hard and Logan had to Call for the Desplaines Street patrol Wagon. With the assistance of the Wagon men Carey was subdued. But Only after a hard Light in which clothing was torn and faces bruised. During a dispute in Frank s Saloon at Lake and Green streets sunday night Thomas Allen of 184 West Lake Street was stabbed in the right Side by David Conner. Both men Are coloured and the quarrel resulted Over a woman with whom both Are in love. After the quarrel Conner rail from the Saloon. A11 ambulance was called but before it arrived Allen went to or. Whiting s office at Desplaines and Madison streets where his wound was dressed. Half an hour later in a Saloon at 52 Desplaines Street he met Conner again. The quarrel was renewed and Allen lived two shots at Conner but neither took effect. Allen was arrested and locked up at the Desplaines Street station. Deputy Coroner Coltey saturday held an inquest Over the remains of Joseph Triska the Man who w As killed in the rear end collision 011 the metropolitan elevated Road at Hallin Street f Bidav night. As a result of the inquest Fred Mccrumb no. 342 North Sheridan Street motor inspector Oft lie Road was held to the criminal court on a charge of criminal carelessness Anil the metropolitan elevated Railroad company was censured for not providing proper Means for the Protection of its employees. Trisha was an Oiler for the company and was beneath car no. 704 at Hallin Street Oil the switch tracks when Mccrumb came dashing Down 011 him with car no. 750 and crashed into the car beneath which the Oiler was at work. Ill his testimony saturday Mccrumb said he was not an electrician and his knowledge of the operation of motor cars was gained on the Intra mural Road at the world s fair where he ran a car for awhile. He acknowledged he was not a no wornian Anil had 110 business to run the train Down to the switch. Day evening and stepped 011 a Smith hound Cable car. 11c had hardly taken his seat when lie suddenly grew ghastly Pale and staggered to his feet exclaiming that he was losing his sight. An ambulance was called and he was taken to the county Hospital. The physicians there said the Young Man would probably be totally Blind within a Short time but they did not learn the cause Lor this sudden failing of his sight. Otto Genther of 820 Washtenaw Avenue is at the county Hospital almost totally Blind. His sight which on f riday afternoon was so perfect As to enable Iii to do decorative work of a Fine order Lias suddenly grown dim that he can hardly distinguish objects held close to him. The Case is extraordinary. Gunther left the residence of Joseph Feun 12s5 North Clark Street where he had been decorating a w window about 8 30 o clock Fri Wick kit Park. Phillin d. Jnelson left wednesday evening for West Boden. Marshal Schnuer of Tho Roby Street Are House is on his vacation. Jno. Mitchell took a flying trip last week to Allegan mich., on business. Aid. G. Lenke of Tho sixteenth Ward is spending the present month with his family at Fox l be. Tho misses Julia Ashley Mabel and rein , of Haryard 111., Are visit ing friends tid relatives in Chicago. Samuel Whiteside of Tho nectar laundry has just returned from a visit to Diamond Lake and Baa the usual complement of fish stories including a five Pound White Bass which is claimed to to Tho largest catch of Tho season from Tho above Lake. Honry Francen and Charley Ilam Noud Are out to Tho summer club House of the Silver Star social club of grass Lake a where the latter is in train Iii for a wrestling Hout in the near future with w. E11-Gpno Mostyn the Mohawk finder from the Canadian Frontier. Sex Alderman Ryan of Tho fifteenth Ward has one of the most Beautiful Bornes on Humboldt Boulevard at the Corner of Linden Placo but still be is not Happy because people when passing persist in pointing it out to their friends As Tho Universal Gas House and that cuts deep in a tender portion of the much abused Little Mike. Louis Vognild has suspended operations As a Suspender manufacturer and is naw basking in the shadows of the paternal summer Home at Fox Lake while Bis partner Sut under Charley has hied himself mysteriously away ol6o. Some say he hos gone in search of a wonderful trick Bull dog of which he was Tho one time owner. The dog bad quite a reputation and was considered very Clever almost As much so As Lis master being capable of perform id two Hundred tricks including the wonderful feat of walking Back and Forth of a Slack rope. A can Ducor of the nolo Street Lino reported at the Baru the other Mornia and said Whilo going Homo the night before a Man stepped up to him and thrust a revolver in his face and ordered him to surrender his Money. He struck at the highwayman and another one jumped on him and threw Lim Down chloroformed him and he knew nothing More until the next to Indig he came to in a Hall Way on Milwaukee Avenue minus $10, a watch and Chain and a new Pairo Shoeb the Story was not reported to the police but Tho Man was give fifteen i Days to recuperate for missing Bis car. J Gua Pionke a Home Shat modernized Don. Quixote has withdrawn his dignified visage i and personage from the Vicinity of Wicker 1 Park whole he has heretofore held undisputed Sway Over All. Gus bus inherited distinct Aldermani instincts from Bis worthy Uncle and in now undergoing the boiling out process at West Baden where it is understood he will go in training for the next municipal election As his Uncle s successor. Poor Garret Dornbos Laboured hard for the Success of his party during the past election for which he was promised and Given a berth after two Mouths hustling and waiting but Bis Joy at being installed was Short lived Only a month and now to is around the Corners Evory night trying to teach a or. Wise Guy How to play sixty six. Charley Jurs the 13-year-old son of sergeant Jure of Tho thirty fourth precinct police station on North Avenue has developed in to quite a Sleuth while driving his father around the District in his dog cart last tuesday he called his fathers attention to the suspicions appearance and actions of a Man at 421 Potomac Avenue and before they had time to comment on the Man n actions or intentions to was in the House and it was Only two seconds after Thot he had company in the person of sergeant Jurs. The fellow hailed from Buffalo and had every appearance of a thoroughbred. To was locked up. This was the third Pood capture of Tho sergeant himself on to Erduy but the lust capture he Baid he would not have Ordo if it had not been for Bis son who called his attention to the Mau first. Tho smiling countenance of sex Alderman Jackson of the fourteenth Ward is regretfully missed about once every week from his favorite haunts on Milwaukee Avenue Aud the cause of his absence and his whereabouts while absent has been the theme of much comment among his anxious friends and cronies for invariably on his return Bis erstwhile smiling visage has been submerged by dark threatening and murky frowns Aud in sued moods his truest friends have suffered from the biting Sarens which our esteemed Friend Phillip knows so Well How to Diogo ige. But the mystery Liob been Ftp lined with Many thanks to one of the vindicator s energetic staff of reporters who spent last sunday in Milwaukee where he accidentally stumbled into one of the Cream City s fire a lab and there he found Phillip Quot gloriously Quot the hero of the place. But As he was himself in veiled into the select civic e of Brave fire laddies and promised not to reveal anything we would be Tho last one to insist on a disclosure of cause and effect Quot but gently draw the curtain with the parting bit of advice that when in the future our esteemed Friend grows sarcastic and morose just humor him and All will be Well. Milwaukee Avenue in the possessor of a rare curiosity in the personage of a chinese Tea merchant Charley Chung by name. Charley makes a very ludicrous Pic Ura As he drives along the Avenue visiting his Many customers who Are All countrymen of Liis Aud proprietors of laundries. Charley was once a mandarin of Pekin Aud stood High in society but like o Good Many others be got a swelled head Aud fell from the lofty Pedestal upon which he bad climbed and to us to this country for safety where he embarked in Tho Tea Burinese the laundry being too far Keu eat his dignify a. Tho above a a Brief statement of Churlo a existence. The following is a detailed account of Bis outfit Ile has a horse an old White Oue that first seen Zervic i in Tho old car barns on Augusta Street about fifteen years ago the harness is part Leother Aud part rope with a Cov Rioual p Ece of wire to add strength a d s. O Iri y the reins consist of a piece of clothes Liue and Are held in such a dignified position that a Michigan Avenue coi Chui in would not be in it for o minute. His vehicle is a Cross Between a Phaeton and a family coach of the sixteenth Century and braced underneath the Box by two pieces of 2x4. While the wheels Point to the four Point of the Compass. Phil Jackson happened to run non is the Kulli the other morning and tried to induce Oscar la wis who was with him to take a shot at the Rig with his Kodak so that he Jackson could show the picture in Hia next Campaign As one of his worthy constituents of the fourteenth Ward. 82.00 a your in Advance 5�. Per copy. The vindicator has Boon interrogated several times Tho past week by different Buu less men on Milia Theo Avenue a to the neglect of Tho City police department and Iho web Chicago Street Railroad indifference to Tho fact that there Are no precautions whatever taken to protect pedestrians from Tho constant danger of being rundown by Tho Coble trolley cars and Tho thousands of vehicles that Are constantly crossing the intersection of Milwaukee Avenue Robey Street Ond North Avenue Tho busiest and most crowded thoroughfare West of the River. Several years ago there was an officer stationed at this crossing but in the numerous changes of Tho police department this most important crossing has been quite lost track of by the police now that the traffic hos been doubled Ond rendered More dangerous than Ever by the introduction of a switching system in use by the Street car company. The East bound grip cars Stop right on Tho crossing of Robey Street while Tho West bound grips Are brought to a Stop 011 the West bound crossing of Robey Street Aud Taco Oast crossing of North Avenue. Thereby compelling people to make a circuit of Tho trains which bring them in most cases out to the tracks of the North Avenue line when the deadly trolley holds Forth in All its grim anticipation of a possible victim. The employees of the Street car company who have charge of the switch horses and pull the Avenue trains around Tho Corner where they Aro disconnected from a trolley and coupled to the Cable Are without exception a reckless set and take great Dolight in disconnecting their horses from the trying trailers a6 they plunge along and at times come in Contact with the grip in such a forcible manner that passengers have been thrown from their seats. Of course it is a Good thing to have everything Down to a scientific paint but these switch Boya have got it too Fine for the safety even of the luckless passenger. In speaking of Tho Ever present danger to life and limb at this crossing or. John Michele the undertaker said it a remarkable that no one has been killed Here. I have been a score of people so nearly run Down that i have Felt that Tho officials who Are responsible should to brought foce to face with Tho condition of things. Another thing that should be called to the attention of the police a the fact that although we Are on the Boundary Lino Here of two police p a Cincys Tho 33d and 34th, to have no facilities of reaching either one unless to run a distance of six or seven Long blocks to the station itself which is very wrong considering the importance of the Corner. Or. A. G. Rehtmeyer of 1217 Milwaukee real Stoto Man. Also own a livery on North Avenue where no is compelled to go o dozen times a Day and As he rays i am invariably compelled to make a circuit of the cars that Start on the Crossings. There should to on officer stationed Here and the company should be compelled to couple Aud uncouple their cars some p Aco else than on the crossing reserved for the people. We ought to have a patrol Box on the Corner also. Otto holler of the Wicker Park pharmacy said i am glad to see someone take hold of this thing although it if Sot the duly of a olt Lisa to Point out to the of the City such apparent neglect of his subordinate officers in the police department. Aside from that we have men in this neighbourhood who pab9 this Corner a dozen times a Day. They have observed this neglect and have even asked me Why i did t have it attended to when just a word from him would have settled the business once and forever. Or. Ja3. To Eltor of the Wicker Park Safo to Deposit vaults yes by All Means have an officer stationed there two would be More like it and give us a patrol Box we certainly need it. The Hollander storage co it does not require the Powers of a Socrates to dilate of Tho urgent necessity of having an officer stationed at this Corner neither would it need n Yerkes Telo scope to see the Many people who Are almost hourly just barely getting out of the was in time of the flying trailers and grips. Why i was Bitting Here in my office ten minutes ago and i saw a woman Aud baby Carriage so nearly sandwiched Between a grip and trailer i had to turn away my head. I thought sure she would be killed. Then aside from the Street Cor company blocking up the crossing they also Block to the Street and we have to a Ait ton minutes sometimes for the m to get out of the Way. Othet business men in tin neighbourhood expressed themselves in a similar manner Aud All Ore enthusiastic Over the stand the vindicator has taken in this matter and the vindicator in return will assure them that it will not Stop at this but will take the necessary Steps to have their wishes attended to. The subject will be broached to capt. Chhou this week and if he will not attend to it we will get some Oue who will. Notes on Homo decoration. Among the minor trimmings and accessories is a Novelty that seems to Havo gained a sort of footing and this is a drapery covering Tho Wall at Tho Back of an upright piano. Of course High class musicians will not approx roof this because they object to drapery of any Shapo in a room whore music is tit be performed. It Deaden the sound and spoils some of the brilliancy of Tho playing but Oliero one simply has a Little music for Homo entertainment this is not considered and the drapery is highly approved. Often there is a place Between two doors where the Piana i i to stand. Then the Ciu Tuin Pule is fastened to either casing. The curtain May to of silk or any other desirable material japanese fabrics making up very prettily in this Way. A Roar Wood pole with brass ends and rings Ami a yellow Curt am or a Deli cwt Green drapery with Silver Rod and rings would to Dainty. Where Ono has not a wealth of Wall decoration a curtain of this sort la very effective and fills a space that possibly could not lie occupied in any other Way to As Good York Ledger. V. / her postscript. Sliv women write postscripts is a problem that has been engaging Tho attention of Ono of Tho London woman s weeklies. Tho answers Bot rav that Tho ses understands itself and does not mind exposing its amiable weaknesses. All Are from women who ascribe among others these reasons Quot because they seek to rectify want of thought by an afterthought Quot Quot because they Are fond of having a last word Quot Quot because Thev write before they think and think after they Havo our correspondent puts Down the Feml Olno p. S. To the same cause Quot which Lead women to prolonged taking la Romul buses namely 1 and rather profoundly it appears to the Casius observer Quot that they Lack organization of thought Quot another woman a onies to the defense of her Sisters with the suggestion that Quot when women Havo anything special to communicate they know that i hair v. S. Is equivalent to n. B.,&Quot and Jot another Friendly soul turns a neat compliment in her reason Quot probably because woman herself is the embodiment of Tho p. S. In the scale of creation silo the indispensable was added

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