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Daily Herald Suburban Chicago (Newspaper) - October 25, 1902, Chicago, Illinois V COOK COUNTY HERALD. C. OUR AIMt TO FEAR TELL THB TRUTH AND MAKE ESTABLISHED IN VOLUME NO. ARLINGTON OCTOBER A. IN ADVANCE. WILLIAM REPUBLICAN NOMINEE FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER fi Get a of Your Buv a LOT in Altenheim Subdivision. Small Monthly Payments Better than a Savings Title Perfect. Investment Absolutely Apply to r ARLINGTON ILLINOIS. 189 LaSalle Chicago. N. BttRBECKBR. WVt THIB.MANN Prulihnl. 6 O. CASTLE. C firlinyion fleigfils Slate II U the Aim ol the manAgtmefll la make thti A neeewtty JJ wdl as a convenience to Arlington Heights ind unrounding tarn- No rgi made 9 for aor fof Chicago or New Yuth uttd. .Hu.leatAnr Point. Oeposll Boxes td Rent. J ptr Allowed PUBUC Tine INSUWANCt DENTIST. R. M. D. S. Eight Tears of Practical Experience. Graduate of Norlhwttltrn of over Dnvls' Store. Every day In the we ekes cop t Thursday Arlington Illinois. FERDINAND Watchmaker AND Jeweler And In CLOCKS and Repairing Promptly Do no Arlington Illlnoli. For Bargains In all kinds ol Household Furniture COME TO URIEL A. REESE FUNERAL. DtBECTOR. Hearse Furnished. and Caskets M. M. O. ATTKHDED TO 10 TO 12 A. M. AND 4 TO 6 P. Btnervcncy N'lht Calli. Runatf over my Drug III. WALLACE lit. 159 CtNTBAL. ILLIQ1S C. P. DRAPER. M.D.V. Or.duntu of McKHIfp viMwi Surgeon m Dlwiwj of dl Domestic Arlington E- A. M. D. i H. m I tu J p 271. Office AND Loreiwen's Tailor Shop. Arlington lit. Coal Is but Shoes are Cheap. III tt jwt rst nil i I Wt'lit fill' sldllt uttli lii'ixv.v -tln wuiiieii ntiil Sec inj wiLi'lii-lillvtl For t Futt-liuuts urtlr-i of ull tho l I'onl. i.'tui A dolUr iii-i-er bi-Fore tin- puit'liiw ot ot tin- fur POUSALKAT Hartmann's Bew Store. ARLIflOTOH IL1IHOI3. A UliVttjio mutt J'.IH obwvMl tlmt ilceita lit'ltiu- tlttiti I'eul pstitti lultLT tiro tvorlli li-tt. Ai't kindly timl FuttUjsfo. nliow mill Icriil u pwtlbly men iiinn-ecliiU' u kind 1110 re tltti nri' perilous In tbls couv iniiiitty vvlm.i. '-iit truthttilly good CrlcifO. A few doacs ttciiicdy will EDITORIAL MUSINGS. Very of the political Oratory is worth listanljig to. Our frequent elections nre a groat menaco to Dusinesg und material pro- Improve the pleuaant October weath- er and complete your prepariaions for winter. Politics is a great game. The ablest and moat worthy candidates often defeated. Oct.. is tho last day of registration. .See that your Jtume is on the llat itnd then be sure and vote. Beware of political lies tlte home ttretch. resoi-l to ttll kinds of disreputable tricks to get job. Ton dnj'STnore then tho agony of the politicians will bo over ami they will the people tune to wttoiid to tlioir O'vu D. J. Holme's will prcnch Sab- bul.h as u.smil. UN evoiiins bjcct will be Wild All yountf uifii hpculully invited. A mar be very hut intelligent voters will judg-e it nuin qucncct sounds but actions his pst reuoril ability and integ- Kloqucncct sounds w louder thmi No ono for a that there h itny crooltoclneis or hoodie eon- nected with the VilUtjjc they ui'e human and liable to cri'or and we believe they now see hero they have iniute scvwul miitttkc'i. All will stiai't' in the even If thry wet-c not pOHted on all tlio tcnns nno uondi- as they should bu. The nmn uho tloi-s not his shut c of tbe full tciulo unil hiw ncftloctod to tulvortihe should express no surprise Busini'is trot's to ihein who aftei- It i'c'oplc do not where they are not The Busiest itnd most pottt- wiij- to the trudo ot ilm calttx ist-ousethewhinmsof thispniwr. John M. the- Democratic candi- date- for 7ih has de- i'd jrreut as u jjolitiunl ora- HP says he hisoppenent ut- any other republiutn to meet him on tho rostrum mi'.wor arHumonts He Itus iicftionul but what w ill bo the ellcL't after eool ivill bcithunn bj result of tho The McTloitiv totho Dem- oerat fume to our table last looking fi'cMiMirt neatns a school ma'am. Manager A. states his pi'lmujilesj in editorial und no bo- I it-it1 he will prodtu'e a iii'st-eUss local wliijii' opinicHisii'ill be high- ly rcMH'ctoit by ill I the FTis aim U liljflt and noble. Sui'hu paper sbould I'l'i'ctvc btibstanlial Wu shall wtiti'h with itHH'h fov tin- suvce-ui his earnest endeavor Jno. Hess did himself proud in hK spoei'h in Kethng's tmll last Saturday niyht. Ho roterrecl nith pnde to his four .vein's woik as princi- nf Arlington I folyhts jmblie suhooK Hei.i.ys bo luws increased in WUclomttnd experience since. Among his proverb no quote the folloivniji hninun muul know s no will of mnn Is not limited. Tlio tendency of these UiiiiK is to ilivirtv tnivakincl into tain against trusts. The gov- ernment sliuuld oun and control its tliri'f fn net ions t'om- mnnli'atiott uml iModkitn of Ui-trtntf etmruos twieu tis much for ma- rhincs at us uhroad The issu- anct1 of money U n function whtih tho Moii'mliiunt should rosei-vc to itself. atom1. 'Die should nol iri'tint spi'i'ial privileges to Nationnl nor any other pi i vale enterprise Mvi'i v Aiitoi liiiui no matter what his Ini has u light to to the Would coullseate the I'iml inini.H. Opposed to t-ovcrnment by lie saiil tttiisi- und tium.i other jjood thinjjn. am .mil ycllnw jniirniilltiii ami li'tll JloL tuU'f- clrlii'i1 in onr inpei'M liiinl Iriiipi'is Hie ivltid flu1 ilmrn I'crhiijis Hie ivtiwit tin1 wiMllicr h sti in Hit h lieiaiiM1 tbe iilih' jtupply of null MiitlJ- piMi- HIP I'm1 an tt I nl The man who throivs mud hlnf-i'ir. iincl such nrjrtinipiits ulll dls- all jicuple. It K ivKt'i1 linililNi t'epufivtliju mi yinu- own IIIPI- Its lli.'in tfjirliiK down ehiiiMi'jvr I' lioiloi'altlc J.li'itl Is pollt- Irnl speaker lie tulks plnfn CIIIIIIUDJI ii'iisp cvei'ylxidy cini underiitii tid woitkl like have him innl lie would lie uTfdlor en-tilt to Unit office. 1'liere was ji luiiioitl to Itcpnb- llcitn rnllj1 Tlnirsitny Miinv la- lent liisplrntlon by their All lite speakers pivld glowing Mbtiiet to tin- parly. The rill lor that lii-t fro In Irft too so lie could not ri'iimlu to lieai- nil the The cii mpii litn poitei-s in-lnt-j Hi tu ClilejiK'i eonu' out wltli tninn'iriiM i-iTiii'-i Tliosp Cor tbe Itepnhllciui i.niv a i Hit hnd that lulu' HITC wlillc tlioyp Cor nuiitlitwr- elHier lisul extra pitstei'a iwlnted or let Ilietu so us Uicy were. Had llir uiiinasei'M ijalronlned the home welt mlitukcs would not hnvo Our faHlltlw foi1 poster efpml to all eincrgenci-M. Iron-lVorkcr'M Is n tmiKiiltlcent Ncrlni from the of a KlCtr-0 deals with mot I vet and iiifldetitw It la trtle to life ill iiwnful struggles of an export mrtlsiln In exploiting a -vnl- miDle unrt tlic yet chnrnclor of his daughter will win a sympathetic audi- ence everywhere. Tills chitrm story in written by and touches close ILBU T Ufi IcCall1. ttern by iCCUU. frfotf only depots and C nlKUleti. V nod formei1 wben 1Ke of tlie wltoso iudua- keyuotc to the the bnsltigBs Uie various .tui'al and n n WE8TEBH STARE. WILL WIK. Western Starr was born in Daven- Sept. he lived in Rock from 1800 to 1871 and moved with his parents to Molme which was hU home until He at- tended high school at Bock and Oberlin graduated from Cornell University in and from Columbia college ol law in 1882 ho was ad- mitted to' the bar in York practiced law in North Irom 18S3 till 1889 where h'e served several years ns magistrate which is the only office he ever held. Since 1889 he htis practiced law in Chzcoao and been counsel the Chicago llivil Service the Civic he is married tvnd lives at took an active In the campaign for the repeal of the Allen speaking in different parte of tbe During the campaign ol 10 0 did eonsldarablc plat- form work for the Democratic National speaking m Ohio d Ho been run but on account of his rec- ord ns an sucoessful lighter lor honest legislation aiid enforcing exvstiug was chosetj as the ablest mnn to secure to the people then- rights ami was persuaded to make the race fov state senator. His success at the polls Nov. is noiv POLITICAL TRICKS SOMETIMES FAIL. Eilnmril c. Howl's. Fnoursoit lltullcv Tlllkn R. 11A11LKV AfinLMrA Attorneys and nt Cormnii Am Bunk 'JVlil'tr St Junujiry T. Mei-ritt 111. My deitr have asked me iu regard lo the indictment found aKamsL Mr Western SUIT iu Slark Dakota u year ago lust Oc- tober and there was fur Iwnsm Dickinson ftttbe time the indictment ivns again at the term of Court lately hold there al whu.it it nas and have been in Wes- tern Dakota ot the time for the past having1 lived at Mim- tlan Dakota Tt-om 1SS1 to the spi ing of and ani ivcquaiutctl with the people I have no doubt now und never did have doubt but that thu iudictnicnt obtained nuvposas and Lo de awMj with any iiilluence Mr. Starr might have In tbe he lind Iwou a candidate 1or District and wiw hkely at the election to be a successful undei.- t-hese stancos nil indictmont would prove a feU-ong political levev to defeat him especially if no opportunity given him to refute it prior to tho so It wus found just at the end of the after the petit iury hnd been dis- charged jtnd at a tune it would have been impossible to have it tried before the next election. Those circumstances and the fact that from what t c.in learn no one over had anv idea of ing ti brought on for It anil the tixpvcision of his opponents that the indatment would accomplish its entire purpose il they eonltldefcat his election or if he would leave the convince me that it was entirely have I Pi er heard any one express a different ojjinion. The entire bat'con- demned it am an and the community never believed in And oven its abettors had enough sense of justice to lin.Uly wish to back out of it. The Indictment was discharged at tho first term of Court bicliitcouldh.we been and Starr exoner- ated all blame by tlia Grand Jury sitting at that and I think thitt even his fnoimes would not had the hardihood to press the groundless charge to n real investigation. 1 have known Mr. Western SturY for the past four and have hiwl business with hira both us a Mdgistmte and a Ld-wyet' itnd have always found lum rolitible in evoiy capacity and that has been his and I have known him to pet'tm'm his duty as Magistrate in some instances whero it required much cour- age and determination and when the pressure of public sentiment was brought to swerve but he held his ground and was afterwards sustained by the parlies a-uilty in the Dis- trict 1 shall he pleasod to bonrniy testimony AS to Mr. Starr's good reputation. Uespectfnlly Tiklen Sehnes. LIES COME ROOST It should be clearly understood that tho attempt to discredit Mr. Starr as a by the circulation of that 16 yoars ago ho was indicted in Nortt Dakota has reacted like a booui- erong oiSJho aulhors of the circular. This hagierved merely to bring outthe while in Mr. Stovr fought a corrupt and powerful ring as he now flg-hting a corrupt though The president of the Voter's who vouches for Starr's gives this account of the Mr. Starr swore oiit ft warraut charging a certain person with rotft. The inau was attempting to take swhm property out of the Mr. Starr ni be- half ot a client secured a warrant and it was served. Afterword the client lay down and the' case was not prosecuted. Mr. Starr had been fighting n political ring in the and several monlhs on the last day of the grand jury be yeas indicted on ex parte the whole job being put u by the prosecuting who belong ed to the ring. 3ta his owd recoEtniaucw tertti of court for a the ludktment woa was with belore the next grand i fused to reindict. The Dakota was released on tens no when it met re- Staik oat these the t the entire PBANK E. Iiulepeudeut Republican Caudldate for the Leglhlatare. In the Seventh Senatorial which iucludes all of Cook County ont- of except the towns of village und city ot the In- dependent Kepnbllcnn voters have pre- sented by petition Frank Herd- a of us a candidate for the Legislature. Heidmtm was born and raised in Hie State of Illinois on a his fnther being ft thrifty farmer. Ho at- tended the of aud liui-fl study and work became a rue- dmoleal and Is now In the employ ol the Otis Elevator Company. lie lias lived iti Winnetka the past fif- teen tnul In was elected to ttio Vrilhige and re- olcc-twl in work In those two In giving the village .1 water plant vilileh holougs lo the vil- lage und which enables tho village to Mipply .iiov to Uie cltlacws nt a low Jigiue. He the grant- ing of a srfooi ear ordinance without nud suc- iu defeating the giving of a to the Northwestern Gas Light Company without prop- er compensation. lie was elected pres- ident of Hie Tillage and tool Al of these elm turns tlte ticket of ttie clti- ol and tweived nearly the unanimous of the vlllnge In Ihi'M- tUrou Tiesldeait Hcrdman newtlnted a utilise witu the Chfca- K't Teiepbone which gave the illume tho use of poles for the vll- l-i so trio a public ex- pense of He linaiieed and in- --tilted electric lighting plant anil e.imed through other Jiu- I'lir tho illlage. All tills lie did without any eonuiensjitlou from the but simply as n citizen iu- toii'steil 111 the wplfntv of the place where he Ihoil. He became a candl- il.Uti Intlciiendctit Republican Itepresenlatn e for the Leelsltitnro MODI tliH at the request ot dUiiuiK who knew Ids tuul who also knew If he is clii-toil hK piisL expeL'ienco will ena- him to for the district it Springfield wljut a less expevienced man may fall in. He is should tlie il to the OhtMct. Mr. Hei'ilm.iu has in open mi L'tnig tliat he opjrts- 01 1 Lo which n ill foree Hie of Cook County into tity of Chicago He so .stated Ins. position to tho LcffisJiUrvo Voters' IiMjTiio Mr. Ilcnjjuan'i record hi thy ot Dm Milage of Wlmictka. H nbsolriiely ta any such sl.Uement will he voueheti for hy whose are .ignlust any incli legls-la- tiOll. FAIR PLAY IS A JEWEL. At the Lwt jneeting the country toivus Pederatioti m the County Board rooms in the county Mr. StatT was present invitation ol tbe vice Preside nt of the organiuatiou for the pit r- pose sLvtmg his position on the er idea. John Humphrey re- fused to permit uny one who WAS not a member of the to speak on the question. Mr. Humphrey and his have persistently misrepresent- ed ilr. Starr's position on this question and it does not lie io Jlr. Humphrey's mouth to say Start- thinks or wonld say about the while tryinjt to prevent Mr. Starr from saying it himself. Fair play is a jewel well ot respectful regard even by tic uiui. a man of everv bu a cnnllt TALKS AT MAKKBT. MI III sell meats at wholesnle cheap any at 7 and S cents a pound Tor prime canned goods to close out alocli on lund. Or- der your supply of Grapes Best goods and lowest prices for cash at my market. II. RENNACK. Fall mid Wither Hats. Wo ivish to call the ladies attention to our new line of land Winter hftte. We hnvo'iv full line of Uidies awl chit- di-cu's hats the Ititest styles. Come und see them. Miss A. Heiser and Mrs. Dietrich. Wholesale Meat I buy fat young cattle nod do my owu butchering. I atn not ifrnul of the trusts can't undersell oc knock me out. 1 will sell prime young at whole- froiitcmartersat 0 cents Etnd hiud nt 7 cents a pound. Remember I will save you money on uieaw. I eac- peet to open n market in Arlington soon. GrtORGR KIRCHHOPF. ipHOICB IOWA. COWS' P. H. Wayrmm will at public at Frank Waynian's farm miles north- east of Arlington Oct. commencing at 10 o'clock a.m. sharp the following 1 car load of lo-wa cattle consisting of 15 fresh milk cows with calves by their balance heavy springers will be fresh soon. Terms of sale1 12 months credit on good notes jt 6 per cent int. Ho Learned Great Truth. It Is aaltl of John Wesley tbnt he ooeo said to Mistress do you tell that child the same thins over and over ouce telling Is not It same reason that you tire ud again that Chamber- Remedy cures colds and counteracts any tendency to result In pnetimo- tt IB pleasant and sate to by A. a. Palatine. 1 1 soon give Proof that Fall is with us and is near. They'll make you think of Fall and Winter Goods. I AM OFFERING A FINE LINE OF Men's and Children's Fleeced and Ladies Ribbed Underwear at lowest possible prices. Men's Duck and Waterproof Caps and Cloves at Reasonable prices. Another Lot of Pott's Plated Sad Irons per set.. -76c 6 bars of Badger Soap for........................25c 6 bars of Brag Soap 6 bars of Self washing Soap for..................25c 2 bars of Ajax Soap for...........................5c 2 5-ceut packages Pearline for..................5c Try a bag of Mystic or Sleepy Eye Flour. Every bag guaranteed. The time To Buy is when you get the very best at the lowest price. It's time now to buy here FRIEDRICH Greneral Mutton thl Herall ARLINGTON HEIGHTS. -A. EMPTY Alcohol BARRELS HOLDING 22 to 26 GALS. FOB. SAXiE AT You Have the Floor. We Have the Carpets And they are the old Reliable Richardson's Superlative Don't Buy until you See this New Line and get our Low Prices. offer Latest newest Cncicest Largest Assortment and atsucb. I LOW FRIGES too. We have just received a large assortment of direct from tlie Pittsburg Lamp of Pa. which we offer at such Low Prices as to enable anyone to Purchase one or more of them. You will be Greatly Benefitted by giving us an Early Call- and making your Purchases at Our Store. Wm. Arlington B The Handiest Machine Ever Invented. Safe. Economical Simple in Easg 10 8perau. This Engine Pays for Itself In a Short the Quality and Great Variety of Work for which be Adapted. RAY -I CIS. ;
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