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THE ARGUS, THURSDAY, JULY 7, 1904.
Attempt to Secure Release of W. K.
Crandall from Peniten
STATE BOARD PASSES UPOH IT
CMtCMCd Hrre In l!3 for Kmbenl
Ibk " ' - Vwmm ih'
Springfield. 111., duly 7 ( Special.
The state board of pardons this morn
ing refused a pardon to Walter K.
Crandall who pleaded guilty at the
Beptember term, WW, of the Bock lal
nnd circuit -ourt to embezzlement ami
was sentenced to an indeterminate
U rrn in the penitentiary at Jolict.
Crandall was clerk at the head of
lee of tin- Modem Woodmen of
"ilci. Rock l -la ml. and was given
lour warrants fr $3,000 each and had
Itppaltl il- at tr-
He appropriated the nosey hoi be
fore arrested and indicted ho repaid
the money to tin- officials of the Mod
ern Woodmen who asked that he be
pardoned as did many dtisena of Rock
I land county.
limit rn line nfiiiliiT litnliclit
anal Friday, irHI lii.rr; ln
tloulir If miirriillin.
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VOICE OF THE KNOCKER.
"I'll tbc role of tie- ' kiim ker."
I hear him com pi kin:
"Ton have stopped m- t" soon,
i.-t m kn in asuin.
"Ht'i Brood fllow, hul
"He did well, but then
f. it'n mclf n t"i him,
llf ' at it ai:;i i n
Call for the new Kinship.
"Snowballs" at Wilcher's.
For insurance, E. J. Hums.
Boy a home of Raidy Uros.
Big oxfoni sale at Lage Waters.
Trl-Oify Towel Stiprly company.
Sec Lace-Waters' ad on this page.
See Lsge-Waters' ad on this page.
Tin and furnace work at Wilcher's.
Attend the sal.- of all salea Young
& MeCombs' July sacrifice sale.
See Lage-Waters' ad on this page.
For bus, baggage, express, call Robb's.
See I. age-Waters' ad on this page.
Spencer & Trefz for 'bus or express.
See I.age-Waters' ad on this page.
Fresh fish at Hess Bros', tomorrow.
S-.- 1 .ag-Waters' ad on this page.
Young & MeCombs' July sacrifice
For real eacate and insurance, E. J.
Gnat shoe sal.' ar Lags -Waters'.
Order your fresh fish at Schroeder's
Hig July clearing sale. Lage Wat
t-rs Shoe company's.
Lund students at Chautauqua hall,
Mfffhie. July s at 8 p. m.
Better hurry and get one of those
bargain! at Lage-Waters.
Ice cream and ice cream soda at
Petersen's, 1314 Third avenue.
Ladies' oxfords from 49 cents up
at Lage-Waters, Attend the sale.
Have you ordered your gas stove?
See the People's Power company.
Walline & Hamilton, express and
transfer. Old 'phone 1070, new 5884.
For tin and furnace work, see H. T.
Momoa, 163M Fourth avenue, union 283.
Dr. William H. Carl, dentist, corner
Twenty-third street and Fifth avenue.
When you buy bread, buy Range's,
the only machine-made bread in the
If you use Hall Blue, get Red Cross
Ball Blue, ltrge 2 oz. package only
The greatest bargains ever offered
can now be had at Young & MeCombs'
July sacrifice sale.
Double oven four-hole gas stoves,
$15 each. Connections made free.
People's Power company.
Yellow clothes are unsightly. Keep
them white with lied Cross Blue. All
grocers sell large 2 ounce packages
The men at Rock Island arsenal re
ceived their pay checks for Jane to
day. The amount paid out to the 1,149
employes was $127,120.54.
Seats for the grand concert by the
famous student's chorus of the uni
vi rsity of Lund now on sale at the
Harper Monse pharmacy.
Miss Grace Smedley entertained a
company of friends at her home, 718
Eighteenth street, last evening, in
honor of W. A. Willis, of (ialesburg.
Dr. P. F. Purdne has moved his of
flee and residence to 4114 Twentietl
street. He will be pleased to promptl?
attend calls day or night. Both
As soloist wiih the Swedish Student
chorus of the University of Lund
Sweden, appears John Forsell, bari
tone of the Royal Opera, Stockholm.
His appearance alone should be
enough to fill the Chautauqua hall
Justice W. F. Schroeder at his res
idence on Elm street last evening of
ficiated at the marriage of Harry (1.
Pubanz, of Geneseo. and Miss Minnie
. Redman, of Morristown. 111.
Rev. D. L. MeNary. of the United
Presbyterian church, yesterday con
ducted funeral services over the re
mains of the little daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Michael Bollman at their home
in South Rock Inland. The interment
was at Chippiannock.
The Rambler. Charles McIIugh's
houseboat, was rammed accidentally
at the Eighteenth street landing by
the steamer J. S. while the latter was
pulling out with an excursion at night.
A small boy had placed a plank lead
ing from 'he houseboat to a barge, and
when the big steamer heaved against
the barge the plank penetrated the
side of Mr. Mcliugh's craft.
While riding a bicycle near Elev
enth avenue and Twenty first street
Tuesday. Edward Hines. a painter,
employed by Paridon & Sons, ran into
a mail box on a corner, and was thrown
from his wheel against the box and
rendered unconscious. He was picked
up and removed to his home, Ninth
avenue and Ninth street, where he is
suffering with several cuts in Ins
The will of the late David Sederlund.
formerly a resident of Hampton, but
whose home was in lxs Angeles. Cal..
at the time of his death, was probated
in the county court yesterday. The
will was executed April 30, 1J4, and
makes provision for all his proerty.
both real ami personal, to go to his
wife, Mrs. Caroline Sederlund. who is
named as the executrix of the will
Chris. Gosch. a boy aged 12 years,
was arrested yesterday by Constable
Simon Goldburg for throwing rocks at
Albert Bbtz. a peddler, and brought
before Justice McFarlane. Owing to
his tender age he was not given a?
sentence, but was admonished by the
justice not to again commit such an
act tin penalty of information being
filed against him in the county court,
and bis likelihood of being sent to
the reform school.
The pill that will, will fill the bill,
Without a gripe.
To cb anse the liver.. without a quiver,
Take one at night.
DeWitt's Little Early Risers are small,
asy to take, easy and gentle In ef
:ect. yet they are so certain in results
thai no one who uses them is disap
pointed For quick relief from bil
iousness, sick headache, torpid liver,
jaundice, dizziness and all troubles
arising from an inactive, sluggish liv
er. Early Risers are unequaled. Sold
by all druggists.
TARS TO GO TO SEA
Rock Island Division of Illinois Naval
Militia Leaves Tomorrow
Evening For Chicago.
EIGHT DATS OH DOROTHEA
Boj Fitted out With Two New Seta
or W bile and Blue
The Rock Island division of the Illi
nois naval militia departs tomorrow
evening for Chicago for its annual
tour of sea duty. The boys will trav
el over the Milwaukee road, leaving
here at 11 o'clock. They will be in
command of Lieut. F. L. Tubbs. who
will have as his aids Ensigns E. V.
Ramser and A. C. Blair. Ensfgn Ram
ser goes to Chicago tonight to make
preparation for the coming of his Rock
The Rock Island tars will go aboard
the training ship Dorothea and will
receive instruction in marine warfare
for eight days. On their arrival in
Chicago the Moline division, which
has been on the Dorothea for eight
days, will start for home. The local
division has been fitted out with two
new sets of uniforms by the state. One
is white and the other the regulation
navy blue. They are the nattiest and
most durable outfits the boys have hail
since the organization of their divis
ion here in 1S9S.
Sixty Jaeklea Will Take outing;.
Lieut. Tubbs will be accompanied
by 05 of his sailors. Those who have
signed to go tomorrow evening are:
Bos'n mates - Frank Skinner, John
Gunner's mates Harry Barber, Wil
Quartermasters Fred Adamson.
Ralph Smith, William Schroeder. Os
car Strand. Clarence Coyne.
Ship's writers Henry Potter. Wil
Master-at-arms John Sullivan. Jos
Coxswains Milo Scully. whale
boat: Kmil Anderson, gig; George
Bugler James Jeffries.
Machinists- Fred Mager. chief;
Leonard Stromberg, Wagner. Harry
Pelton, John Stender.
Electrician Charles Ittner.
Fireman Frank Rodman.
Seamen Harry Battles. George Ber
ry. Burt Charles, Louis Crampon, Jos
eph Hale. Koester, Thomas Krueger.
August Lundberg, Joseph Lundberg,
Charles Morgart. Harry McCarty. John
Olson. Harry Ohlweiler. Homer Sew
ard. Clarence Skinner. Floyd Wilson.
John Wright. Elmer Reed, Walter
Schroeder, Crant Zimmerman, E. Reed,
SUNK BY A MINE
Roy Priest. Ralph Priest. Rov Reed. All fills r a miir C
Ralph Sprague. Stodden. Walter Fitz
simmons. Joseph Horbeck. Fred Ren
ter. Amos Juditch. Gobel. Lorenzen. j
David Rodman. John Cassia. Arthur J Japanese Gunboat Kaimon Goes Down
Hansen, t narlt-s titles. senmiiii. ir- i
Peter Byrnes. Parsons. Frank
HOCK I8LAHD BOY TO BE
DEMONSTRATOR AT FAIR I
Camillas Van Hecke. aged IS years.
has been selected from among the stu
dents in the bookkeeping department
of Brown's Business college in this
CAMILLTJS VAX HRCKB.
city to demonstrate the work of that
section of the school at the exhibit of
the Brown Business College company
at the St. Louis exposition. He will
remain at the fair eight weeks, during
which he will have the advantage of
instruction from experts in the employ
of the company there. All his ex
penses are defrayed. The Brown bus
iness exhibit is in the palace of educa
tion. BLACKSMITH SANDBAGGED
IN THE RAILROAD YARDS
An itinerant blacksmith who worked
yesterday at the shop of Phil. Webber
on Third avenue near Twenty third
street reported to the police late last
night that he had been sandbagged
in the Burlington yards and relieved
of $7. lb- furnished a description of
the man be said waylaid him, but for
got to leave his own name or address.
He failed to report for work this morn
ing at Webber's shop. Mr. Webber
did not know his name, he stated. All
he knew about him was that he came
here from Peoria and was working his
way to some northern city.
R. I. Brewing Co.'s genuine Gorman
lager, made of pure hops and malt, at
the Ponce Do Leon, opposite postof-fice.
BRISK FIGHT NEAR KAI CH0U
RunslnuM Attacked Mad Driven Bark
KecklfHs llaNh .at Port
Tokio. July 7. The Japanese gun
boat. Kaimon struck a mine and sunk
iu Talienwan bay July Bth.
Tatehekiao. July 6. t Delayed. 1 The
Japanese early this morning advanced
on Kai Chou compelling Gen. Chiri
koff with the center of the Russian
vanguard to fall back. Samsonoff
made heroic an attempt to check the
Japanese inflicting great loss on them
but he was compelled to fall back and
is now holding Kai Chou. The Japa
nese are five miles from Kai Chou.
fire On Own Shlpx.
London. July 7. The Central News
has a dispatch from Vladivostok which
says it is reported that during the
last cruise of the Vladivostok squad
ron the Japanese torpedo boat de
stroyers while attacking the squad, on
came tinder the fire of their own ships,
which mistook them for Russian ves
sels. Hat In Mountain.
Ixmdon. July 7. The Liao Yang
correspondent of the Telegraph in a
dispatch dated July 7. 1 a. m.. sas:
"A battle is progressing 25 miles from
here. Numbers of wounded are being
brought in from the mountains. Evi
dently the engagement is a severe one.
It is believed the Japanese are con
tinuing their advance with the object
of cutting off Mukden."
OfliiMTN I -n lor Srnl of War.
Tokio, July 7. Field Marshal Ova
ma, commander-in-chief of the Japan
ese field forces, accompanied by Gen.
Kodama and Pukushima and n nu
m ions staff, has departed for the
front. There was a remarkable fare
Itt-i-klcMM nrk f .InniineNe.
London, July 7. a. m. Naval cir
cles are thrilled by the reckless brav
ery of the Japanese In sending tor
pedo boats into the inner harbor at
Port Arthur in an attempt to destroy
the Russian warships at anchor. Bus
sian dispatches admit that Saturday
or Sunday night four Japanese de
stroyers crept through its tortuous
channel and got inside the harbor be
fore being discovered. The shore bat
teries then opened fire, sunk two of
the destroyers and disabled another.
The fourth one escaped.
Twelfth Street Park
Game Called 3:45
RAPIDS CITY WOMAN
Mrs. Amanda Keller Shoots Herself
But May Recovei Domes
Feeling that her life was in vain
as a result of domestic troubles, Mrs.
Amanda Keller, of Rapids City, the
mother of two children, yesterday At
tempted BUiclde by shooting herself
below In r lu'iiri. Her wound is quite
serious, but not necessarily fatal.
The bullet, it is thought, penetrated
and lodged in her stomach. As yet
it has not been located. Her husband
is a miner, and is aid to be of a reck
less nature, and lias been reported ;is
causing his wife much worry, and dis
comfort. He has not been living with
his wife for some time.
DEAL FOR THE PURCHASE
OF UNION DECLARED OFF
Rock Island republicans who an
nounced :i few Weeks SgO I hoy were
to launch a new party organ in the
event i heir proposition to purchase
the Daily Onion was rejected by the
owners of that property had a confer
ence at the Harper hiwise last even
ing, at which it was reported that the
deal to buy the present party organ
had fallen through.
One of the promoters of the entl r
prise stated today that the idea of
starting another newspaper had not
been abandoned, but for the present
there would be nothing done in thai
direction. Wood worth Clunk tho
Washington newspaper man. who was;
interested in the Venture, left the city
Ladies' Oxfords, 49c
Ladies' Z?nt Oxfords, 85c
7? o wk- Wall rAmmooaOUR GREATEST SHOE SALE, A aenuine clearing sale of shoes. A Solid Month Selling Solid It.. 0lIr p,ftad
nollJvr 111 OmmenCe Shoes but at shamefully Broken Prices. Greater and grander bargains. Shoes and Oxfords of styles, " s
1 1 X I uiAtlrmaalll r-tr rmnlitv hattar tVion oirar malSnn tVii'c cdo i-rnr tomnti r rt tl-ipii- T" 7 f f Qtn rt(r f-iff- All Naur Claan f"- ) tO 3611 the
t-L AT.., workmanship and quality better than ever, making this sale more tempting than any ever started here. All New Clean Goods
Loes IIS LfVliy. vr f 1 n.. t i ir r r- .1
.oi uuunjimt. .ti o. oaic, uui i ascu c rum vur neuiai jiuch.
Ladiei Tan Oxfords like shove cut.
made of Russia Calf, a Hlucher and a
hummer, regular pi Iie93.00,
for t his sab-
Ladies" patent coll Oxfords like above
cut. I.ouis heel, plain lace, very dressy
stock warranted, regular
price fy.M. SOW
I Od hi l' Oxfords and lies like shOVC cut
all patent colt, hand turned, regular
price '2.: and $::.' rnde
for this sale
pairs ladies' Patent Colt Oxfords
Goodyear welt and McKay st wed, all
bunched together at
at one price
Ladies" Patent Coll 1' strap Slippers, all
slsefl ami widths, regular price $1.50
Ladies' hue kid hand turned Oxfords,
patent tip. new toe. guaranteed, pncc
S.cu for this sab-only
sizes 5 to S
Hare fool Sandals
sizes atoll ...
Hare loot Sandals
sizes It1, to 2 . .
Ladies' CuNxlyear watt, fine kid Ox
fords and stiap Slippers, all size:-.
These are certa.n.y bargaJBS. Regular
price from 11.50 to t
for this sale
Indies" Hand turn l at nt tip shoes
bunched toi'. -ther .::.i a lot of Rad
eliffe, the well known $2. "'. some pat
ent leathers. This is one ol the great
est bargains ever offered,
Ladies' Patent Colt shoes, band turn.
all stses, regular price tSJN
for this sale
Boy's Oxfords, sizes 1" to this is a
regular $- " grade but we are broken
in sizes and have placed them
on sale at
Mens Canvas Oxfords sizes from
One Hundred Extra Votes for
THE GREAT WORLD'S FAIR CONTEST WITH
EVERY PURCHASE DURING THIS SALE. CON
TEST JUST ONE MONTH OLD. THERE IS
PLENTY OF TIME TO START YOUR SON OR
DAUGHTER AND TAKE A FREE TRIP TO THE
GREAT WORLDS FAIR. THIS CONTEST
CLOSES AU3UST 15. SOME ONE IS SURE TO
GO. WHY DON'T YOU TRY? LAGE WATERS
SHOE CO. THE ONLY STORE CONDUCTING A
CONTEST IN ROCK ISLAND
Don't forget this sale commences tomorrow,
Friday, July 8, and will continue for the bal
ance of the month. It is our intention to make
this sale worthy of your investigation, and show
you what we call
A Genuine July Clearing Sale.
Boys' and Youth's Canvas shoes, good
quality, special C C
Childs fine Kid Shoes, sizes .". to 8, for
Combination shoe polish regular 10c
size for m
Men'sVici Kid Oxfords, regular value
'.'". during 1 9 Pi
t his sale LbO
Men's Vici Kid Oxfords formerly sold
Men's Patent Colt Oxfords formerly
sold for $:..",ii and $4.un. q r-fl
during this sale fc.Ovl
Men's Velour Calf Oxfords, with ex
tension edge, formerly sold for $;;.r.ii.
st this sale Qr
Men's Bakers' Core. .a patent colt
"o a, above cut. modified wide
last, regular fSJSO value,
for this sale
Men's Colt Skin Shoes, $2.50 valuea,
for this sale i jr
Men's Box Calf. Goodyear welt, full
outside sole, wide toes like cut. regu- p
lar $3.50, for this n Cg
A big !'i of Men's Box Calf Velour
Vici and patent colt shoes, broken
and discontinued lines wild formerly
at $3.50 io $4.00, o
luring mis saie mm w
This Is the
LAGE WATERS SHOE CO
All ColTs Stop in Front of Ovir Store.
1705 Second Avenue, Rock Island
Shoes that Fit.
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