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SURVIVOR nOH TODAY or Civil Conflict to Graves of Fallen Comrades. Exercises Will Be Con. 1 In the Different Cemeteries. coot. WEATHER her Decoration a r r In the the afternoon with pArStIYtIT low ri SO decrees. Fresh north ILERY 1. COX District Foreemtef tale a day apart from ton acl and cemmemoratirthe sol- i d the soldiers living or the wir U. Government and. murJdr b suspended and the baits. barge. the board of trade a:4 downtown. stores win close la ecoslaiu There will be en man Jchout the city1 before 10 a. m n collections of mall ate 7. 114 pcstotnee wm close at noca f veterans In alt the local ill be visited this morning by' rom Ah various Grand Arm/ rated with flow era. Thenayal old the quaternary cerlracmy take with flower In reratn. kr comrades killed In battle I of the afternoon WW tit ti trz end various military 1 at Twenty avenue at 3 o'clock and hb. In Michigan Yemrnto3 Jack- rt and west In Jackson boule. Jtet street. or. Deveem YIU Ihead of the Illinois NaUOUlJ Naval reserves until the r Is reached. wKea be will Cw r the troops. C hew of the Parade. party wm consist of- GOT Valter T. Duggan of the United commander or the department ten John . Smith. commander mnt of Illinois. G. A. R. Cot. elLchairman of the coumttte nts Mayor Dunne. and Ms Datrymple of Glasgow. persons are expected to bit la number 1000 or more will be. Is estimated 3000 rurvfvoraot ow reside in Chicago. but many to take part In the parade. t have died since last Memorial Jlilon will com posed of posts i Col. George F. naett mar- .aslng.tbe point of review this I turn into Jackson boulevard. lie street. and view the remain Trade Tbe second"division will of troops of. the United States nand of apt. William Co Bog- seventh Infantry the third Le nilnols National Guard and' 1 reserve. In charge of Qen pulton the fourth. dlrUlbn of Veterans. In command of Maj. T nan nd the fifth division. of J military organizations. . commanding ent to Be Unveiled. , new monument at Mount- IV Morgan PsrlVm be un. members or George G. Mead JiMembly will be sounded by lorn Fort Sheridan The Mdt. I will lx deUTttd by Frank last. G. A. Ill ria h l4 pcit4 fosehlll cemetery at th grave V. Sexton' past benmano r zaon The R v. Thomas D Put Commander Jasper T. 3H mba\ post wlll deliver ad- infederate veterans and tb titers of the Contede1 of . MtflOTIei day with akw od cemetery near the street entrance at 9:30 o'clock ng iy d ratln r the gTH i an A confederate soldiers. Ad- i made by Congressman Maim rr Turner. pi be ob erved at Rlverrtew rf Ale concert program lit the k evening. Tfc bulldlD" or i resort will be decorated sp I n Veterans' association wSJ In Oakwoods cemetery at. id program' Trill Inehid songs bt is or the ng1ewood and It. T. schools addresses by veteran. by high school pupil KNIGHTS GIVE BALL. j Drill by Company P Wins from More than One ousand Spectators. fgimentof Catholic Knights of Its nrst nnud ban last night. t Turner MIl. 3143 State strut. HOG persons were in attendant on drill was given by comps11 eorrniand of Capt. F. . Uueg Iberally applauded. This Is said te dria company of the order jhe program was so arrant followed every drill. nent has been in exl tens \ ears and this was its first ban f oil. it- annual series. . Gen Ul national commander of th . is the guest of bouO. H tie iffalr a decided suceen. jnl F company and the captain. dIJbltJon drill Ism1 g the officers present. wer IllUam Burback. col Charles I. CoU Joseph DMllfbngtT oL A. thabke. and Maj. 111 Get. Ifloeafe It May S SpecUM Tb I f th Southern tulnots Athtette ana xtat3n feleeted xhiue for r I namnl U following otHctn Fr LUTT larSon Tic pre i J i'-C. w. 110111 Mcretary and tre ar r T- r uhY t U in a Only bin Work- Loy11ooJ leaf to workmeo of tie Fla. t It ffr OP PEACE SUPERSEDE SHE. Retirement of President from Control Gives tlie Strike a v Phase. STILL GOES OX. Carpenters All Back the Sapply. of Lumber Suffices. Tht t msUrs' strike now free from the ia toatlng Influence of President Cornellua 1 \ aj 11& assumed a more hopeful phae t U believed. more chances for a at A more pacific tone was Impart- he struggle yesterday by the national bard of the teamsters. which at 4Sis to supreme control of the strike forces. jJTaeflnlte step was taken but there was a. flite. U the end. was approaching. Ttr. t of a new P ac conference ntl big express companies In which prtfWent She had no part or counsel but t4 express companies themselves showedno fr. Qffldals Meet. EepOrt2 from New York were to the effect that at the can of Senator Thomas . Platt president of the United States Express corn. I MOT the oGslals ofthe Tartous companies eoaferred. In the afternoon. It was stated. Swr the meeting that fto compromise wt the strikers would be" considered. Tit strike leaders s411 professed to believe. Ult the companies would not re- 43 existder a request for a. reopening uettt01. provided. the teamsters i to. keep She& In the background ice return of Levy Mayer who has fc ea In New York and who has conferred rrsentatiTeS of the express corn- i there U awaited eagerly by both One of the things Mr- Mayer is re-to have told the express officials i the downfall of tarn. Thfswas ally as a. promising argument to i the men who- have been contend- jf the dominating tacUcs of the onion under Sheas oontrol. jtrTnayer called up Senator Platt on the tiiane in New York In the- afternoon to rnake as appointment for today. but the senator was about to go to Ms home at Hlgh- Jaad MlRsto remain over Decoration day aid could not make appointment before WtdneSday ) Mayer said that hp ox- pectei to return to Chicago by that time. la the evening Mr. Mayer made this state- T e position taken by the Employery as- sodatloo and the r pr" compan1es. as al ready stated by in remains the some. There Is no truth In the rumor that I have net any members" of the Civic federation. nor do- X expect any such conference with any member ofU at body. That Is all I can say onthe subject of my visit to New York. New Offer of Terms Rumored. . new stitlement proposal. In Its general effect a lurrender. with Shea left out of the rtckooteg. was l f to have emanated from the teaauters. If there was any such move to progreu th details of It were concealed. The teamsters' national executive board v feigned Ignorance although the members Were understood t k/b directing- the- earn- poign forthe reopens of negotiations In the Morrison hotel several blocks from President Sheas headquarters. In the Brtm ollie. They even- were said o be In corn- unJcution with members of the Employers' John G. Shcdd. for the employers. said he bad Mud nothing of any peace negotiations. President She& Asserted that he- had not 4tetrd- mm Easiness Agent Barry 8l c0 the V haer left Chicago for New York Thun. v fay night He haft no fialth In the revived There Is not even the remotest possibility f peace. he said. Sl i. was practically atone in this opinion. President Charles Bold of the Chicago Fed- oxtion of Labor guardedly expressed hope ofrosuits from the New York end. Ropes for Peace by Thursday. I tave reasons forth1nkingo the strike wm be settled by next Thursday was the statement of President Mulligan of the Ei; B Drivers' union. The basis for- my. U1eCttlons I cannot Ulge at this time. Mumgan. who Is stllra prisoner at the' nrlm. house. In the custody of United States marshals. held many conferences during the afternoon with officials of his union. Edwiifl Gould. a member of the teamsters' executive board. wa in communication by tong distance telephone with the- teamsters' headquarter In New York. A meeting' of the executive board which was scheduled for I o'clock and which woo postponed from hour to hour during the Afternoon. was said to have been waiting upon news from this otsrce. I have- nothing-absolutely to a M out any peace moves. declared Gould n t.c evenly and hi statement was In dorsed by Men of the other members Of the executive board In the midst of the flying peace rumors the outlook for a further spread of the strike In the yank of the coal teamsters grew more : The Henry E. Weaver Coal com vany announced It WOuld begin msklytg deliveries this morning to the American Ex press company. Less Tear of Building Tleup. Apprehension of tisup in building abated during the day. All the carpenters. who struck last week were reported to have re turned to work In the morning. acting under instruction from th officials of the Carpenters District council. The council Saturday night voted to handle unfair" material hauled by nonunion teamsters. President James Kirby of the carpenters' rUUzat1on claimed to have no fears regarding a shortage of lumber. Secretary X I McDonald of th Associated Iinfldtng trades wis not so optimistic. He Prophesied a famine In lumber by theearly Hit of next week. which would throw hun- 4 of building trades workmen out of employment Jtw of our men been affected so tr said he. but we are expecting trouhl. ftaat kind momentarily. The building trades during the mornihg awaited a. visit from the teamsters' commit JW appointed to e an adjustment of tit dispute which led to the withdrawal of smpeort last week. When the teamsters' rep- failed to keep the appointment was poztponedtmul Wednesday. Vote Aid to Employers. a tour hours' session In the Rector the Planing Mill Men's association decisive action on the proposition to 3o k out their 00 teamsters. They reed 6wever to eootrtBSte several thousand dot- f the Employers' association. The mW- ] ar affiliated with the Allied Wood In- Vltries. in which the Lumbermen's boy arid the hardwood lumber dealers hate taken the lead la locking out 050 men ao refused to make deliveries to .1 Hlnes. president of the Lumber- ea s association said at the close of the toy Sixty lumber firms now are opera , their teams with nonunion drivers. Only amber nrm in the city has not joined in movement to Insist on deliver there iv3 Cejn' Lumber company is the on tbat Is holding out. Truce in Lumber District Today. LQ indications point to a. Cay of true. in lumber M trlct No deivlrkE wilt be t nipt d today except In COM of a possible of unexpected orders. Plan for Oak P rU horse Show. mtuiu ttnc of th Horn Show. Ut Bl bt It wa derided to en Sept. S and 0 and proceed. to th The rnriowng rtB- Iect 5 sMtot. Jobs r iso v c e t. K. u-ptkta nd . IX ROM e retary . 1 5' Putlw. Rojestvei skyns Flagship Missing' and Reported Sunk. One Report Is That tfie Kntas Souvaroff Has Gone Dowrr y with It. ASKS OF SECRET COMPACT EMPLOYEES' COUNSEL TRIES TO PRov GOLLUSION. Attempts at JIe-arlDa Before Master Sherman to Show That Team Own- en Awe- Learned with Strlklnc Teamsters Arthur Dixon Tells or Sending Goods to Boycotted llou e with Nonunion Drivers Cavanagh Denies Shea to to Leave City. Arthur Dixon. presMent of Ute Dixon Transfer company and' Thomas J Cavanah secretary of the- Chicago Team Owners' association were the onlj witnesses yesterday in the strike Injunction hearing before Master in Chancery E..B. Sherman. The team owners were called by Attorney Alfred S. Austrian representing1 the Employers' association. for- the purpose of proving that a- secret- alliance exists between the team owners and the striking teamsters by which the former are allowed to dearer goods to boycotted stores and the business of the Employers' Teaming company is threatened. Mr. Dlxch' wsu on' Ute stand during' most of tte-aiternoon. rid win bit recalled tomorrow rooralcri The principal admUsion wn. tronVihlna. waa that his firm has been making twtvem- tq struck t houses with anatera. using wagors furnished by1 the employ ers Denies Story. Involving Sea. j Cavanagh denied the statement Issued by the employers shortly after the conference q May 4 when the team owners attempted to set as an intermediary body between President- Shea and the employers. This was to the effect that Shea would get out of town in twenty-tour hours It the strike was called ofj Dixon said that five State street stores wet under contract with his firm for transfer work. The rest of his business Is not affected by the strike. Slave you ever delivered to strike bound houses r1 asked Austrian. I think there have been a few deliveries with nonunion men. under police protection replied the team owner. Did you get a. permit to take the. First National bank money wagon toilon gomery Ward Co. No. was the reply. I only asked my foreman to get a ma woo was. not afraid and take that wagon In. lie did so. We had pohee protection. I did not hear any- thlng about a. permit until after ward. Attorney L Bosky then took tb witness for cross examination. Dixon said he knew Mark Morton brother to the secretary of the navy and Joy Morton. Did Mark Morton. ever threaten to take away your railroad business unless you joined the employ trsT" uke4 the lawyer for the strikers. Not that I know of. Were you threatened with- the 1051. of the Santa Ft business while you were at the Union League club No. I guess not. There wee a good deal of talk. but I did not take much of it so- I rlously. Cavanagh Talks of Conferences. Cavanagh took tile witness stand at the beginning of the morning session. He was asked in regard to the numerous conferences recently held between the team owners arid 1 the teamsters. lie said. the association i wanted to decide whether the-teamsters had the right to refuse to deliver to strike bound houses. and that the matter still- was pending. Did you at any of these conferences re- ; qut' t the privilege of delivering goods to i strike bound houses asked Attorney Aus- i trtan I do not remember. Mr. Hlnes was. chairman. He either demanded or requested something like that. Nothing was done. however. replied the witness. Did you ever make a request for a permit i Yes I asked ioc I 705 for a. permit for j the First National batik wan. Denies Giving Check to Shea. There was a meeting between the cot- i ployers and- a committee composed of 3. hi. Taft. Jonathan Jackson and yourself at pie Union League club on May 4. was there not i was the n- xt question. j At that meeting. continued Austrian. did you deliver a check for 200 to Mr. a as a strike contribution from the team own- I ore I did not. replied the witness. That is I not the only Us that came out of that meeting. Attorney Le Bosky then began bis- cross examination. He referred to the Union League dub meeting. Wi not a statement Issued. by the employers misrepresenting the proposition you brought. from Shear' This question was objected to by Attorney Austrian. It was waived. I went to show said Attorney Le Rocky. that Thorne and others Issued a false statement- to the public. I want to nail the lie direct. Did you ever say wit-a the next jur s- don that if the strikers were reinstated for twenty-four hours Shea would leave town and they could make any settlement they saw mr- I did not. Did you ask any one after tHat meeting about the tatemtt Yes. I spoke to } i Thorn. lie practically admitted it was not true and said a was fair it love and war d in Rae. In stolen Launch. j St. Joseph. Rich M ' l p & .1 Packard and Robot I. Uertfqrt of CUctgo ij. k' a 12000 ple ur towscti tram the boathouse rr Cap John Aid They w r Irtken by ptire 10 followed Just as they beached the bat 0 the In liana hor TRAIL OF STRIKE RAFT4 GRAND JURY FINDS NEWLEADS IN INVESTIGATION Begin by Inquiring Into Reports Attempted Blackmailing In Connec- lion with the Labor Trouble Mayor Dunne to De Called to Ten of Attitude of the Police Is Handline JUoters Sensational Disclos urea Are Said to Us Promised. i Attempted blackmailing and graft' wete some of the subjects inquired into by the Cook county grand Jury yesterday when it L began a weeks uvtstllf1Uon of the strike situation. At the close of- the day It was said a good tart had. been made and. the in- i quisttot already were in powecelon- of much evidence of a sensational nature. i Disclosures of just how serious tie evidence Is may not be brought out until Indictments 1 are voted This action t was declared last night undoubtedly will be taken this week although the present jury may' not complete Its work by toot time. Much valuable testimony was gathered in the- afternoon from witnesses on. Uo employers' side. Little time was taken up with gottff tttotBe lIs- j tory of the strike nut the-jurors .far enough to get a. clear idea. of developments I since the trouble first started in the. tailoring j department of Montgomery Ward Co. j That a. financial consideration might have i settled the strike at that. time wa told to I the inquisitorial body 1 t2ufiderstood Sind tomorrow more testimony bearing' ho that point stay be ht cut. Mayor Dunne to De Questioned. Mayor Dunne has been called-by the Jurors and he will appear before them Wednesday morning at 0:30 o'clock. While his appearance Is desired that he may be questioned as to : he Is doing on concert halls and dives the jurors are bent on hearing from him personally what be knows about the strike situation. What the Jury wants to know from him more particularly Is who Is responsible for the violence and rioting. and what efforts the policfe have mode to suppress it. Chief O'Neill was before the jury yesterday.'but he referred only Incidentally to the strike. lie. Complained that he has been forced tp detail nearly his entire force on strike duty thus leaving the streets and districts of the city outside of the strike zone unprotected. Just how far the inquisitors will be able to go In the investigation- of. the alleged at tempts to iiod up" the employers for money in consideration of the settlement of the strike depends upon the willingness of certain witnesses to tell what they know about the subject or to put the Jurors in the way of getting the proper evidence. Sonic- where in the long list of persons who have been subpoenaed the jurors hope to find a line which will lead them to the fountain head of the disturbances whlchhave resulted in eleven deaths and thrown the business of the city into confusion. I New Leads Are Brought to Light. Twelve witnesses were heard but cut little additional Light on the investigation beyond J what tb April grand Jury\ already- had I brought. out. Several new y leads were produced however which the states attor- reys office considers will ho productive or j sensational results. I Those who testified were j. . Calboun. general agent of tile Adorns Ex- j prc company. i : G C. Taylor. ttnr I agent of. the American Ex I pre company. jfibert B. tidy pecl l l nt of U United 1 States Express company. i A. B. riCo prtaideBt of th Liverymen' as- j toclation. i 1. A. Siwan. teaming extractor. I Ut. e Otaetn with Truss. Greet. Go. ClaudeBoiler Montaxunery Ward ok Co. Robert 3. Thorne. Monlgomerr Ward C i Vrederick V. Job. secretary of thEmpl07. iCFociaiion. Ed. L. Rp1. secretary of the Etoployert' Te nilcK COotPY- I A. A. Sprague II. Spra ue. Warner Co. Frederick Gardner. DanieU Coal company. I Employer Tells of Conferences. i Mr. Ptrrlgo told of meeting WJ Gibbons. i president of :1 teamsters' joint and oirneiiu P. Shea. At that. time. it is said i the. labor officials decided to' forbid the cab drivers to deliver puseCSErsormerchand4e to or from the truck houses Mr Jobs testimony practically was the tiase as he gave to the April jury. James Al ihean. who has the contract. for hauling goods for Truax. Greene Co told of the walkout or the drivers and of- the permit he i had tecured from union officials which al- Wed his wxgacs to haul goods through the picket lines. ten td missing units In Shesna testimony. Special Agent Eddy of the United i Sta Erpr f company related lnld nu i of vio nee wlh he had witnessed attend- I tig the movement of wagons after the old j drivers had 5 verted their posts. States rnry litaly- said at night that the grand Jury wilt go over the ground coy- trod by its predecessor but that thelnvesti- Iatlon will le wider In scope. Complaints have En made by the union men he iniU. that the employers are ; Ruilty of Irclr riots and that detectives j i were employed iriiuarrflng out the alleged j plan so that public sympathy would b i against the strikers. If this be true the I grand JUTS' wants to V it.- Any Infrm&- tlon the strikers or their leaders have on that' i ubj ct wlli hp. heard and Investigated. We i do not expect much information from the j j mayor on either the strike or the contort I hall U hut we hope to hlm some. BATTLEJTHSTBIEMOB POLICE USE CLUBS ON' RIOTERS ON THE NORTH SIDE. Throw Wagon. Driven by Yonenion Men d by Crowd of More b n SOO ' T oa at North llalsted t and North Avenue Nine A. rests Art' 51 ade Two Dldarbaee la Lumber District and Trans from Yards Make. a Perilous Trip. The e of a day of strike Violence cam at North lialsied street and North avenue last evening when a crowd of more than800 persons armed with clubs and- other weapons ed three wagons-owned by the John T. flume Lumber company. North Halted street and O avenue. The nonunion drivers and special policemen who were guarding them were attacked. Nine rn n were arrested charged with assault and disorderly conduct The trouble stat UT after 6:50 qcloclc when the wagons were being driven south in North Hoisted street. crowd of nearly ftft persons ran Into- the street and seized too bridles of the horses. Attempts were raid to pull the drivers from the wagons. Then policemen with drawn dubs fought ad d the rioters. Many of the strike sympathizers were cut ard brus i by stores intended for the police aid nonunion drivers. Police Make Many- Arrests. The men arrested are Herman Schroeder. 38 years eld. John sot. hi years old. NK h6fa Phillips. St years old. John lOupltl 33 years old. Charles Sherlock. It years old. Charles Juhnton. 33 yean old. hi. 1 legman. 35 years old. Ada Karl. It years old. George Klnwj 36 year old. Official s of the teamsters' union went to the station later in the evening and the men were released on ball. R. J. liialy a street railway conductor. trM the polite he was attacked by Sherlock. lie rred charges. Lumber Drivers in Trouble. A lureber wagon front the RUtentouse Embrr yards at Thirty-fifth street and Ashland venue made a. perilous journey during tho moon. It was driven by a nonunion teamster and guarded by two policemen. At tighth street the trouble began and a rUittd ri ht was kept up along the route to second street and back to the yards. At evry Street corner fresh delegations of ri-itfrs d the first- disturbers and finally tte guards were forced to draw their revolvers in order to keep the crowd from RHalkrng tue teamster. I oth policemen and the driver were struck many times by missiles. The police were called out by two riots in the lumber districts. The first trouble was at Twfr first and Lattin streets where a r wagon was under tire of bricks' and ton t-om iVK m n. Even womeh joined In this tight. but tIor am proved defective. They hit the urs as often as the nonunion driver. fore ttts crowd was driven away another wisror was attacked at Eighteenth and I iflin ts. lieorgt rt 21 years old. lift Adams street a nonunion teamster employed by the d fiil company was struck with a ftone in a riot at Orleans and Erie streets ttiI swrn-ly injured. lie was taken to the Pi a l-.ospital where it was said he may net rt-fuvt-r. MANY NEW POLICEMEN QUIT. Recruits Grow Weary" of Sitting Passively Beside Nonunion Drivers of Delivery Wagons fix ' kn were sworn in yesterday I .ft r of those who had been ac cepted y TSITOd leaving the. net pair to t- r. rt for the day only thirty-fight rrf-r. Almost ore-fifth of the recruits have htcmf discouraged arid have given up their positions as policemen. The rt use of the greater number of . reUg1tro ; Is the. monotonous tack of sit- tingpafiV iy or a thtiverr wagon. Many of the rf w men who are forcedto follow the r tears on toot find sore feet the eau. e of t-.eir denuragemeitt. Others find the- work too streruous in other ways and still others ct to guarding nonunion drivers. Chief O'.Se roofived another complaint from Victor T. Sir secretary of th Employ rs1 Tearol1 association against the use of cc lored poiiceimen for wagon escorts. FAIL TO GET OUT OF JAIL Three Striking Teamsters Held in Civil Suit Begun by Anthracite Bitumi- nous Coe1 Company. Jude-e Honor' intimated yesterday that he might to release. John. Schultz. Emit SJhwark. and rank Klein. teamsters who seek to mO n their freedom from the county- Jail or lal eas corpus. They were sent to Jail on it capias secured by the Anthracite Bituminous Coal company. which began- suit for XXGGO damages against them and their union because of a strike In which they' afe said to have taken part. Theyjwere cm to jail by Judge- Holdom on an affidavit presented by the attorneys for the coal company a. week ago. After learning that the action grew. out of a suit in- Judge Holdouts court. Judge II r d the opinion that the re. Ui renvly lay In an appeal. ADMIRAL ROJESTVENSKY. REPORTED DEAD. ENGINE STRIKES THREE MEN 1 AND TWO LOSE THEIR LIVES. Accident Happens on the Chicago 1411- wauke and St. Paul Tracks at Canal Street in th Evening. Three men were struck by a switch engine last night when they tried to cross the Chi- cago. Milwaukee and St. Paul tracks at Canal street. Two wel s killed and one slightly Injured. The Killed. ELLIS. JAMES. 43 years old. LaveUa Win MARSH BENJAUIN. 48 years old. Lavella. WI. The Injured. Bruce Scary Liivella. Vila. The three men. with several others were going to the Chicago and Northwestern rail- way station. They were In Chicago seeking employment through the AsplIg- Sweet employment agency : Canal street. They were hen transportation and orders to go to work in their borne town and were returning there when the' accident happened. URGES NEW SANITARY SYSTEM. Engineer Erlcson Gives Estimate of the Cost of Making City Hall Healthful for Occupants. City Engineer Erleson says It win cost $350'10 to have the sanitary system of the city hall reconstructed so- that U win no longer endanger the health of the employSa and the public. and he thinks It should be done at once. Commissioner Patterson has received many complaints of the ry condition of the ground floor of the city building- from those who are forced to work In the damp dark rooms. Chief of Police O'Neill. Sanitary Inspector Perry I Hedrlck. and other ffl- dais have joined in the protest and many of the employs have become severely ill from the defective plumbing. The commlssionerasked Mr. Erlcson to re port on the cost of putting the ground floor In a good sanitary condition. and the city engineer reported that It would cost 15000 for that floor alone. LABOR OFFICERS ARE JEEASED John Heiden and Charles Casey In' dieted for Complicity- in Carlstrom Murder Get Temporary' Liberty. John Heldennnd Charles Casey. secretary and business agent of the Carriage and Wag- on Workers' union No. 4. who were indicted for connection with the murder rf Carl Carlstrom. were retfa d yesterdayunder IfiflOt bonds. Charles- Schwartz. 3SO North Win- obeater avenue. and Mrs. Mary Heirt p signed llei4enc bonds. Michael Michl. KM Indiana avenue John Trebes. 105- West Nineteenth street and Carl liensel. 513 Twenty-seventh street signed bonds for Casey. GRAEME STEWART BETTER HOPE FOR FINAL RECOVERY. Physicians Give. Statement That Their Only Pear Is a Recurreneeof of. the Attack of Saturday Night Slope of the final recovery of Qraeme Stewart was expressed last night by Dr. Philip S. Doane. his son-in-law who is attending him. The chief fear Is a recurrence of the convulsion which lie suffered Saturday evening. Dr. Frank Billings Dr. David R. Brow- er. and Dr. Doane held a consultation in the evening over Mr. Stewart's condition. and this statement was made Mr. Stewart is doing well. With ear. and. complete rest a complete' cure la hoped for. He' rested during the day. and la cheerful over his own condition. The symptoms all are good. Ills hurt action U stronger than might be expected after the weak condition his attack of last Saturday left him in. Unless. there U another recurrence of the trouble serious effects are not probable. There remains however a serious possibility of another attack. AUTOIsTs WARY OF THE LAW. rear of Prosecution Causes Most of Them- to Refrain from Violating Speed limit Ordinance. Fear of arrest and prosecution caused most owners of automobiles to run within the speed law yesterday on Wazhlngtonbou levnrd en route to the races at tern track. Speeding- of machines In the boulevard west of Garfield park was one of the features of Saturdays meet. Capt. D. Morrtson of the west park police force stationed park. policemen along the boulevard and secured the numbers of Sf. teen violators of the' speed ordinance. War- rants have been served upon the following owners whose machines violated the speed law Saturday Hartley. tbarlts E. 930 tnlty building. l1enity John R. 144 Michigan avenue. B nton John W. SlftftankHn street. j Ir34ia A. hi. 133 Jack KID boulevard. Caster. Wallace. < Wuhlcl10n boulevard. Coer. C. A 1534 Cottage GroTta enue. Fyte. Richard TU VT ft Adam ttreet ilosser William B. 170 burr avenue. Gilbert. C. R. 3364 cJulMtaytDUI Haydie Robert W. 3663 Sitchigan avecue Hewitt. C. S. SIT North State street. Knlxelsr. C. T. 4145 Michigan avenue. Xeely. E. A. Se' 770 Weti street. Picrd Paul. :1:0 Trtt bullic Stntlebaker Bro 318 Wsbssh h avenue. Stou brt ker. 12 North Sixty-first t street. Weber 0. PO" 8 Wsbssb av nne. apt. Morrison' says he will continue his watchfulnegj all summer and that every' violator of the tpeefe law will be prosecuted. are to He Griduated. The graduation exercise of th 'Woman's IIe pit& Trtirtrf School for None will be held la the South Congregational church. Fortieth and Drexel boulevard. till. erenln T. a with be by Pr. MHbura f Plymouth church These cigars were first brought to Chicago. from Havana under the world famous brand two years ago this cigar started on its-circle around the globe to every. civilized country where discriminating smokers demanded a fine all Havana cigar. La Matjlde is now made in Tampa Florida from the same blendinJt of Vegas of Havana tobaccos grown on the' island of Cuba. Just as good now as" ever at a saving to you of 50 duty. INDEPENDENT FACTORY. That YItII. Melts la 7w. EatiafiM U Other Teed Caal Do you know- why Vita U o delicious so crisp. so sweet Do you know why It U th mo t aU fylr and heth- tot food- In the. world ? Because i Vita is made tram the best watte wheat Bef ore th process of og-nie.nufscture beams. the wheat cleaned and scoured UJIt the dust. sad rtfnu ar drawn out of the tiff factory by suction leaving it a fresh and pure I your own kitchen. The grain la thoroughly cooled In water and steam and matured In fresh pure air. By- this' tithe the- starch In- the cebeatias been gelatinize& or. In other words baa lost all its indigestible eharacterintica. Now the wheat is mixed with the-highest quality' uf malt extract and this matt ex tract. a. most active digestive agent. Torts the thegeintinIxed starch Into malt sugar. You understand of course. That maU sugar maltose In which Yltali - WT so rich is of wonderful food value. very strengthening and easily digested. It makes the digestion of the crisp ' wheat an easy task too nee forth' weakest stomach. Vita Is baked- under xbtotenssj heat that' when It cornea out. of th oTens. its crisp brown flakes delicious description. It1 contains only a utttoaor thou one pet' cent of. moisture. I o you wonder now why It miltsla . mouth And here Is another thought. Throughout the entire process of manu fcture Vitals practically untoocbedl by bumanr hands. Machinery clean tfcln- Ingmechlnery convey It through sit the changes even to thefilling and. reaOnc of the tight proof packages Vita. U the' perfect food fo eld II young weak and vt oag. For the run-down or overworked digestive Organs It' Is'S 'send. It makes red btood. rrfres the brain and the. nerves builds up bee and piujcle It Is a and healthful that no home should be without it. Vita Is 10 cents at all grocers tn high quality same big package as Tibet' it sold for Ka Off today store dose On tomorrow witl the best of clothing. furnishings and hats. F. 1. ATWOOD" Ro ra feet A Uau aod rnrnltbtcc Cot. Clark Madison- St. 20th Century Carpet Sanitary Reversible Rugs C4X0O Inches. Price. 275 . oil dealer Have you used CREX If. not ask your dealer what he knows about . Tk. taint amount of value for the least amount of money That d . rfe CREL AMERICAN GRASS TWINE CO. ST PAUL IgToag TO RENT 360 per month. Carte free If kept f or lz month Rental applied If Upurchasect 213 WABASH AVE. INDIA AND ARE CEYLON THE TEAS REST OREtN OR BUCK DRESSING : Chiropody. Facial hiss- lags. XUctnlytis. tdlesr Turkish fialb Scalp Treatment . MANASSE Spectacle , tycf U ArtlqcUl Ey : ] ] FOR DESIRABLE TENANTS ADVERTISE IN. : li . 1 ConflkttVi ; i ofFallenO:5\ t IX THEIlt n Noi. xer ses 1YiI BCCn 1 C J c .j :3- w : eloudr ria forrn J- ni too. em. paraUn1rJow" rct dl' laFreh oitlh JlE. nY COx. D let FO e aday 4 th..oJ. f Oo TM f1d be b.- the-board i' re. 11 . en. znan clt fore . eo at 6 1 atroon n' 11 T1 ited m the . aus ftoWer1 ne YI1 ltustomarycuem Ji7 ftownaln rtomradeakl1led itternCOnw1U I. a t lt.rttt a and' 11 aYMlue. toJad bo et bud th rt- w hewnl J Y lew ; Go th lmmU1d r . coman nt Jr G ell. ehalrman num r or-more i 3OOOsurvtvOrll of Ide haedI wtemortal lilon be com o1. rge saung the tumtritoJaibon Ie deThe nd dlvtslonw11J f and Reir- S nUqolllNational lIerveln o qe uUont nslon t terans. and an and orca. 11satlona coi toEe new Q1Jnt. Par'\ wm G. a e uemb1y om It eo l1 n by St It wilt liWpee1 olehlU the . p m:1n Tb REV. D. T.- l1umb p st Ill d jvft' nfe- uatf' the he f IM1Jor 1 n- eterT.Ji r c1oc n y d. th a. mred Tatfo t:1'urner. m observed a. eon rt > l : o orJte4 rm O wood. lemetetratJ pr aDf m Iewood bocs addrU v ' j hoo Drillby- i i 1 i rcim nt of n bt. nl M. :1 a 1. eon nd rauyapplauded. Thilis rm he arraDr I" g exUtene j\ era wntts rst j I. 1 tl mmarll r the' tbe est HfO. t mpan Itmc i UUam 01. nJln 30- i 111. : 06 311' * th l- 4:1 i1 oth' wt f ) f pMWIieSlot c. ' cf I. 1 J j : ' I. THE. mCAGODAIL1 TRmuNEJ1UE SDAYt MAY' 30 90 5 WiNS E 1r tircment Presidentfrorn upremc r aNcwPhase. a G OJ at Work-and" th Sn pp1y. Lum er p. trTfltT2 omtnAting 1nJ uence to hOpetul. Phase. tf It c msnt. to e4sethe YelJte I eu ln I N 4eflnlte tAk as a proachlZlJ ' & pe : | - nt tht ! of1e1 11nc. I Iprtu t rta from t tthe- nator j tilt 111' of ' j rred- w Iltfrthemee g o I le en profel5ed C slder of te meter. The befUll1 tW tthftJIresentatlTts t e 4' abcl1llll. f TiJ3 was en JocalIT pro ing { ho mmwhahavebeen lnst tbedomlnatln ta Uca JW11Steri She J rMarer t iu o abOu WRs to an sald. tttunl th ma mmt T sltlon t 1teJ1by plo an4 tbee read I' me th m tUT fed raUOt1" anyauch . that 1 t1 nt It gen l - laid h v. . re the tEtm5. teu' nau onal execu UV. boa. rd I teJ ed . J3Jp for the rrop mi/ UV al Pr de t to Empto ueociatlon. In 114 o Pre nt a rt badnot . BIISIOOSAgent $ t n Pia7l1 ht. e Itortes re theremoteet t ttpeace . . entCharln F ressed lmu1tsrom fo Thursday. hLvrre8O tJled t n. 1. st11faIJrisoneor Sta tes man omcl Is E wa111 t1Jeteamsters" cmr41stance quartlS N t W o 18. t1othlD out 1ea e 1andGoud 1 \ , venl his In- r d rs th ht' ' th Tanksof eoalteamstm c m- n d Ex- ButI din g a bniJ 1ng return d . ht th zatlon I. the 1 lng w proph led f oul ! Yew titve been bu atTan taU\'es th. meeting Alter Ing. th . no thmoo eams ers. ever. sto Emp yen' a. Me\ Or'- ase C1a- r le1dln iefuaed Edward theLumber I d close th I m I ra.- lnCthe1r t berever are orders. lemier t r ihAU e m : . IX2Ptd poaai le t1IIh I" fo PArk Jt - UI the Ion r ak sight WM sna 8IItM : t * b 114e. . fo owjn& . Ileeta4 . tee I II. ' a1141. eTetaq Or flu II- skysFlag hip t e r I PROVE ( at. Lft a d Teamstrr-\.rthar S Ddln d 1I0aell D flrivers-Cavanagh Oaeredto CU A < > f er 5 J. Ca va- nagbeecretary th onl witn 68 I Masteiln 1 Attorn r th t al1 I are-allowed > t tened DIto l' him. wIr at . 4dl" to. ck nQnuniod ea Jmteraumng d bYthe plpyers. confer IJe t. bod dentShea g t o Stat&street w ork. prot on. t toMongomery th re1I et tha.twl\.gon lI IcU afterward' Le the unl s employers t . - OU F No a I I j r nUY > e n i teamst rs. d > I was Did < uk d Attorn rem mbe MrIIlnu ltlIess" OU' 1" Yu tween JackllOnlUld tt At k or Ir. he me that hiscrosa m tlng. S 1tat t from She4 Att rney I It..as I I ul4Attorney U dl ct. j. Did ev r ea QUES th Sbe fit ? j I n t. Uiat I I I waC'- s at I ar C n I May S. Uent It ptesaura b | the > te liens ere GR1FT t ESTIGATIONr b Into. of I l th Jla Sen.ajional CT ft. w n I began. w ks of ood i qul tctS pOL. IIon- f may' wu d t red w1Ube takentbiaweek b > In. theati from Hne C1t empI Ira' I ta1tenup w1thgol11clifotn tiVtbe trLkebUt - .j raw 1 tfar el r deaordevel ptt1ents t lorfn dl1 rtment Uo1 41d b e I trlk was i bodt1 nd I ' t en caned' by | I' ma b I I r th e I O' t1I I da but Indd nt tlY th I to reed t th u. I I at- .Id"'o ttI t I I u s cert I l 1n I properevldence I I b ve btensub naed I cti whlchha.\ e I In to I I Twelve1litr. 5Ses add1 < 1light b yond I the juri\ al y had. I enl new. ' stateirattoc om co dKs b II-en atonal Calh ur. press Ex\ co bet ii ipsetsi sLant the Ua1t Ext reu the J Uerge LaudeB lu. Mont mny rt ok Co. r erlckW 5 retar7 Etnplo n' Tlng mpat I I rrgo W. ntof teamstersJotntcouncU Cnrn Ju dr ien er t e hean th o w s IIn Sp clal Eddyof s Express i Ir tnov nt ! rted At Cf H aly' gra d overte e E d It I prf' e > JOr the investi- hl r be men" i 1I7 n ts In aI1 Ul jlt be wan 111 or' thdrle dershveon subject neert QtV' hIm j j t/ BkTi1ll WITH STRIKRMOB NORTHSmE. Thr II M re than .on. I Str" ATt AveuuNIne r e" Two ' m:1X 101 caine Hals d tr t tbr orth avfnu : . tb m a ult tUF trolJb < Iven rl tlftt driverstrom wag r6. cl uh d t h. Ma me i nomJlo'- rN. Nkhtt2s F Charl Sherlok. rer Chari. rera Deran. 3 ol Krl Il ar old Gorle KnD rar Ofc o teaster' ent la ter eVeIiDI te were rdEad bll R str t ra1way tol pulce Sherlck H Drvers lurbr w on RUtentse Fmbrr. tth nu. per ous I drtvnby t rd garded plcemen. Ttrt tighth Irtt touble bgan rufr1 flt up rute Firty' cord stree nd ba t r Mftt crtr deltgatons jOintAI firstdf1turt ers finall forl' d r Iprs Doth sil c d str ts. vagon a nn def tve. hi t r tf rs WI lafln str.- ts jl Pd..a rl I te sive N nunion DeliveryWagonSrt j rrl-r 0fthos whobadbeenac- I cptHi f a I t li daronly 1 mo t I pollcem n. I lIlt ine' ; r rw forcedtoTollow lta ie ta r' s f t I r d' otherwaTS. rdlng Yic r V t re If U e cc po emen OI JJ < m H rf' a3 S J < o tabeas 0I0 b au:5e n e ha e They were c th eourtJUd nr L t 1 > a ap aL THREE MEN. 1 1 StYanl t the swit h cro s wel\ 1IlightlrinjurecL othenwMe Nortbw stern nplo nt Th y or rs } D& EstimAtelof HeJth rie n sa Comml loner Patter n con plslnta ofthe I m jotn. d man th eng1n r RELEASED bu nus Vork rs' o. Ifh nfCarl r" aood yterday under fJ ter lieldes bon ch1. e 1n teenth atrflet 13 I I Out OnI Is the of. damght f brDr- l e Frl nk aconsutatlQn the. eve1l1ngonr co plete Thes7Dptona m1Chtbe con- pro bible. poIs& Wtr an " i AUTOISTSWARY ProsecutionCauses Ia w bou- lIarl oneof m t poUc men o ninee ItErv Ceual r. to at t Ri Dn. Jukeon boule ard. GtOyannul Adamutrttt. :13" rt Ht' l1lt ortb Wel me buU q. Bros. StonebrH.ker.- ortb t . ) vtue. 111 rotlnuehia ! Ia 11' 111 lie the WClm D' 11 TraI Irc N C mCf ptlOllal trceg nen1rlc 4dr iIl of I Twenty..years ago La Matilde smokersdetnanded a m de tnb e er UPMAIN WILCOX Distributors CHICAGO ISIf ANY WQ r1UTi laJo . a kioWwh7 tlt1 tl so dell weetDo whTlt the most - eeaJllt- Yalta.- VIta. bestwbite w an lj an ured are wtof 1- ownkftcbeD. crafnta eook d & mat rr. hpw lh 1he hl best . .ma.Itn- mostactive . tb IQtomalt r c arn t ma1 IDwllich V1 I. ondeTtulto nlu eastt 4lrt on t ' al. such e the p' brownftakes ftcO UtUe ! r. atun. Do m6lt . tbou ht. Tbrou ho t. proc..nolmbu- f cture MaUa- Vltala bybumanhaflda Inc It lIlhe n t1. the' filling feD Ma1t VIta. e t toe14 sttonrFor d WQ Ot bralnand DeiveIbullds JnU II 1 110mshould 110 M' tor d. ww t1t cry bes of fun sJutgs M. it m P tC < Oth1 ls. Hate a Ca1 d San tary .Rug 4:1t 90 dltzltrl. 011 CR EX Jrnot yourckaIer what OWIabout tl11t4 sl mnq- deertbe AU L6 AS t. NEW PIANOS- roub ; ap lled OED. p' BENT I J N D IA. THE' HAIRDRESSINOeManlurln 7. " SILedlei 1. l alUrL 711. n - I 88 ladis nCTmus BldX. Y - " I. he TRj73UN I ROllTODAY teGravesofFallen IXTILEIRIJOXOR Will 1 iy the t o no Pore aaler aprtfrrnt / cmemcrati the tb ta th btt tIwboardoftraie tore WIflCj e1n 313ft thedtr eettcn- nUUat C7 ttnon cf Ioei Ar wflhIower. oweri n r baft b mutt e u h e tfl n T int t I gurvtycr butmany beoinposedofpoats flaesett.mar- ytew.theremni-ln. ade. Tbeeonddftt5tOWtU thetnited C em I rlwii1 p FTT q commander eiper kw s tb t ! o tu S i byCoznpany ore ygmnent Its rl ntrd b wi e b b11on im gtbeomctT1prt5eCtw COL p. t. I. rte eaeC of xia n I the Ft UT Cret1 y C pbv * I.- almosta I ual ins an o IL rieaito Ca woi4mcn a iscnmintin F1 T .1Fr- L z- cHICAGO DAUX ThTBUI4tE. rUEsDY 1905. 1iNSOFPEACE V. 1O1 theSpp1rofLumer , erthg. i sitthment utr ye 1g Ii Mhax ths peace iith t ient comnae I th s ofyIeiding. ftO ew peaT. .xtar themeeUflg to thetrtkers btconxldered. h lose of agreed been ew ba with DIa y sIdes r. ptt4 bont lithe doWnfaU6f .t3en- IT resem 0 jmg.-ainstthe pimstersunOn Mr. Mayor i1ed - tO ti no ir. pect Te rjatjontand at- n1 etzbe surreneT. as progT eie ttibl ptoyera' neg ttatloxra. nc in. ew dyn1zat stor1es. st - w wa lv Brtggahose te msters was th eaee th th flythgpeaee corn. mnornin Pteascompany. ct-a rein unfair arnes the early tin OTuent. ou Cr tiat te it iPIttaUv5 keeptbe ldng thePianing ok lock several jar to ta OiOnten Sho Stemu Inc ne lb. s Phe AU the etauict. Mtmpted S lnsh 50 estlot " ai fllbttt9q t I. sr lesit tail otthe the ehhe e9tthena. rs eys Fsrses iilOer s. end I Rojestverskys tie p r 4 0 I a t C C Y/ o- t At- S t C j i 1e J S r-ew 0 4' 1 a A t. 11ear1nfletore houses company thh1cago Inju tlon er5 DIthiwa4 the az ro t waahat StrUCk uziflg aftertheCOflferTsCP of menunder yo ked ma thtngabout a a i MrHineswas.ch.air- I loel clubon I - Sbewould couldmake not" 4 Hit I andwar. Thorrto t t wee. ho , a NEW LEADS oftbe ft goh1tgIto thte far o Intiiatai1otng nd day the-streets dis- all ged up thedioturbanceswhlchhaveresuited wereheardbntcastlIttle broughtOuL new7lta4a 1 G. ginerat 0 1 Ste. 5 Sprague. 3. : I passengers or merchandise I I I ivers an I I 5peclatAgentEddyofthetnlteij tas incidents f vIoitflCe th ig haveon I vehIm IPll BTRIKII MOB ofstrikeolesmcecaine than 800 ere forthepoflce l f eveningand ( ttiiit ri-.t s Twerty-itret stoc c it v r'-ly siaoafit I spital vir NEWf9EMEN Fft rx rv-'i---rn.- ofthosswhobadbeenao- rev. iiC t-t r.-ItrTr.t 11 ing pare. i.s oen sorefeet th. GETOUT ri-ea3e- ist0Ce e i& I C \cA e 1 1 I h C Pwi/ i t s. a IJ 4 3 4t af iI 7 uc a weie NEWSANITARY th insa iitary I. offi- cc- 4 reaeed SO Statement acurrence theAttack chiefJear a i AUTOISTS f ! 3o IL John A T1TWet lalumst avenue. buildbtg. Nurses lice- sddre. 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