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JTHE ARGUS, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 29, 1904.
NEEDS BUT $900
Y. M. C. A, Within That Amount
of Meeting Its Indebted
nets. THREE MORE DAYS REMAIN
In Which to Close up the Canvass
Pledges are All Condi-.
At the meeting of the board of di
rectors of the Y. M. C. A. yesterday af
ternoon the committee which is con
ducting the building fund canvass re
ported that all but about fl.2oo of the
required J1.hm had be'ti secured.
This amount was r"dueel today by
nearly $2'. leaving I he sum to be
. The board ornai)d to make a very
energetic canvass and . appeal to tho
business rn n of the city to ma&e up
the full amount. Hrofor' it haj
been impossible to Ret more than $3.
V.iHt of the amount needed, and now
that there is only 'J'nt to Fecu retl.
a strong efTort will be made to com
plete the fund, within the three day
remaining. The directors have been at work on
this proitotiition for several month,
and their efforts have been unusually
iiucct-ssful so far. All of the pledges
have been made conditional that the
remainder of the fund is subscribed
by Jan. 1. and the offer or
made some time ago by a friend of
the association, is on condition that
the other f!.tMM l raised before the
first of the year.
(deal ft tirttlmm Halaae.
The mem!ers of the board feel that
they trill be able to complete the
fund within the three days remaining
when the matter Is properly under
stood by the citizens who are in a
position to assist the project. If the
total amount is not subscribed, none
of the pledges will be binding.
Call for Improved Zasaro.
Iage-Waters for fine footwear.
Tri-City Towell Supply company.
For bus, baggage.cxpress.call Robb'a.
For 'bus or express. SjK-neer & Trefz.
For real estate and Insurance. E. J.
Fresh eggs at ICiuhmau's 2c a doz
en. Order your fresh fish at Schroeder'.
Sweet navel oranges IS cents a doz
(u at Kacliinan's.
All the Mptt1ar periodtc-Is at H; filt
er's Fifth avenue pharmacy.
W. H. Sienioti will do your tin work;
1427 Sixth avenue.- New 'phone 574C.
Walline & Hamilton, express and
transfer. Old 'phone ll70. new 58S4
Peanut candy and taffy 10 cents per
pound at Petersen's. 1314 Third ave
nue. Those 25-ceut worsted dress goods.
9 cents a yard Friday and Saturday at
Fresh white lish. trout, herring, pick
erel, smelts and river salmon at Hess
Bargains sure to make you think
to make you talk to make you buy.
See McCabe's ad.
Men's full length tennis night shirts
at Just aUuit half: 39 cents Friday and
Saturday at McCabe's.
Something happening in McCabe's
cloak and fur department during Fri
day and Sat unlay. See ad.
A cup of coffee: a bit of sausage
and a pla'e of Mrs. Austin's buck
wheat cakes is a breakfast fit for a
Schroeder received this morning a
shipment of fat. fresh dressed turkeys
geese, ducks and chickenJ. Order
Mrs. Austin's Quick Rising Buck
wheat makes tender, crispy brown
cakes. Your grocer can tell you all
The second party of the winter sea
son by Hock Island Commandry, No.
18. K. T.. will be given this evening
at Masonic Temple.
Two cold weather hot blanket bar
gains for Friday and Saturday at Mc
Cabe's: J2.9S blankets for 1.95. the
$1 kind for 5V cents.
The stage of water at the Rock Isl
and bridge was C.40 at C o'clock this
f pa m uffa.ua.
..,.7. . D..,ern Hltl MTMfl HAVE USED ITl
One wtl ek nown pOTon'i letter put of many
rank. i r wuu v rr.. - :
UK LEADER MAYER S
rites: fwbkxk Keren ww
is REALLY A BOON TO THE LABOR
MS CLASS. The fact that it i
recommended for fficaqr
URALBU.COLDSdUMBAaPAlMS M CHEST,
JOINTS & SIDE RAfJUCHfjNfLllOCA nd
kmdrd complaints by the TESTIMCSSALl
I nave seen w tMlNLNi nrfaKMnatOT
many DISTINGUISHED PCRSOHAES.of
PfiQMIMENT MINISTERS, and of LEADING
SEiE It cannot b too hiqWy fcommendil
i cu sr.
Only ac.Mc tu am- ps
morning, and at noon it was 8.C0. The
temperature at noon was 21
Mrs. J. N. Camp has removed her
shoe shop from IOC Third avenue to
1718 Third avenue, across from Mc
Cabe's. Repairing promptly done.
Telephone your order for hickory
shop wood to the Mutual Wheel com
pany. Moline. 111. Delivered to any
address in Rock Island for $3 per
load. Both phones.
See the free bottle offer Mull's Grape
Tonic, the constipation cure, or send
this no'Jce to Mull's Grie Tonic com
pany, A" Rock Island. III., and receiv
large bottle absolutely free.
A MINER FROZE TO DEATH
Knox County Man Overcome in Storm
of Tuesday Night.
Job Wilkes, who is employed in a
coal mine IVs miles east of Wataga
In Knox county, was found frozen to
death yesterday morning near tho
cemetery Just east of that village. He
had gone to work at the mine, but
the owner himself was not there.
It is supposed that the man worked
alone all day. though no one heard or
or saw anything of bini until his em
ployer found his dead body while he was
on his way to the mine. It is probable
that be started home in the evening
at the close of his day's work, and
was overcome by the cold while pass
ing the cemetery- When found, the
body was leaning against the cemetery
fence. The exposed parts were frozen
solid, while under the ckthlng the
body was not frozen when found.
was warmly dressed. Wilkes was 55
years old, and a hard working man.
Mrs. E. G. Maul.
Word has been received of the death
of Mrs. E. G. Maul, wife of the for
mer instructor at the local high school,
at Muskegon, Mich.
Funeral of Mrs. Huber.
The funeral of Mrs. Magnus Huber
will be held Saturday morning from
the residence in Black Hawk township.
Interment will be in Chippiannoek
Georgie, little son of Mr. and Mrs.
George C. Nash. 833 Nineteenth street.
died last night of pneumonia. Georgie
was 4 years of age. The remains are
to be- shipped to Ottuinwa. Iowa, for
MR. GOFF IS ILL IN DENVER
Commercial Agent of Rock Island
Stricken on Train.
E. I Goff. commercial agent for the
liock Island road here, is dangerously
ill of facial erysipelas in Denver, it is
announced in a letter received today by
Ir. Joseph Ie Silva from Mrs. Goff.
Mr. Goff and his family left the city
last week to send the Christmas holi
days with a isttr of Mrs. Golf's in
IX-nver. En route Mr. Goff was taken
ill on the train, and has since been un
der the care of physicians at the home
of his relative in IX-nver.
TERRITORY IS ENLARGED
Burlington Promotes F. A. Hart First
of the Year.
Passenger Agent F. A. Hart, of the
I'urlington. will assume added resjionsl
bil.ties incident to a promotion the
first of the year, when his territory
will be considerably increased. Here
tofore his jurisdiction in the passenger
service of the Burlington has included.
apart from the tri-cities. the lines from
Savanna to Alpha, from Barstow to
Meiidota via Denrock, and from Daven
port to Clinton. Henceforth, in addi
tion to this, he will look after the lines
from Savanna to Flag Center, from
Flag Center to Rockford. and from Or
egou to Forreston.
At the parsonage of the First Metho
dist church at 4 o'clock yesterday af
ternoon. Rev. R. B. Williams officiat
ing, was solemnized the marriage of
Roix.rt J. Iove. of Peoria, and Miss
!uise C. Stipp, of Port Byron, this
county. Mr. Ixjve and his bride left
for Baltimore. Md.. which Is to be their
home. The groom is a locomotive en
gineer. Licensed to Wed.
John Robertson New Windsor
Edith Mae Biown Cable
Edward Stropes Andalusia
Lydia Bacon Buffalo. Iowa
Robert J. Love Peoria
Ixmise C. Stipp . ." Port Byron
Edward H. Webster Rock Island
Minnie E. Nicewarmer Andalusia
!el M. Benson Carbon Cliff
Mary Jane Mitton Carbon Cliff
Special Army Services.
The ladies of several of the local
churches are to have charge of the
services this evening at the Salvation
Army hall. The subject for tomorrow
night Is to be "An Army of Ghosts.
Saturday evening there is to be a
All union barber shops will close at
11 a. m. Monday. Jan. 2.
I. G. MILLER. Secretary.
Mrs. Mary S. Crick, of White Plains,
Ky., writes: I have been a dyspeptic
for years; tried all kinds of remedies,
but continued to grow worse. ' By the
use of Kodol Dyspepsia Care I, began
to improve at once, and after taking a
few bottles am fully restored in weight,
health and strength and can eat what
ever I like. There Is no remedy in
the world equal to Kodol Dyhpepsia
Cure. It digests what you eat. Sold
by all druggists.
BLACKLEG IS HERE
Fatal Disease Appears Among
Cattle In Lower End of
SEVERAL HERDS AFFECTED
Feared It Will Spread and Cause Seri
ous Losses Begins in Best
The disease known as blackleg and
one of the most fatal in the category
of bovine ailments, is reported to have
affected several herds about Reynolds.
A number of animals have died, and
there is danger that the disease will
spread and cause considerable losses.
It has been several years since black
leg appeared in this section. It usual
ly starts with young and well fed cat
tle and is communicated to others. As
the name implies, the first and most
prominent symptom is the swelling and
turning black of the legs of the animal
affected, and this is communicated to
the entire body and death follows in
a few hours.
There is no treatment that will avail
and the efforts of the veterinarian are
usually confined to preventing the
spread of the disease to other members
of the herd or to other herds.
Blackleg is suuiosed to be due to a
peculiar germ and the manner in which
it is communicated is not thoroughly
RETURNS TO THE HOSPITAL
Brakeman Gimmel, Injured in Explo
sion, Ordered Back.
Thomas Gimmel, the head brakeman
on the freight, the locomotive of
which exploded near Davenport on the
night of Dec. 18, killing the engineer
and fireman, who was injured in the
same accident, has been ordered back
to St. Luke's hospital in Davenport by
Dr. George Middleton. Mr. Gimmel
had been released from the hospital
Sunday (Christmas night), and per
mitted to go to his boarding place in
Rock Island, but on Wednesday his
physician ordered him to return to the
hospital for further treatment. Rus
sell Sherrard, who- .also sustained
scalds and bruises in the same acci
dent, was released frorh St. Luke's
COURT HOUSE RECORD.
County Court Probate.
Estate of Esther Kale. Relinquish
ment of resident heirs of right to ad
minister, and nomination of William
Kale for administrator tiled. Petition
of William Kale for leters of adminis
tration filed. Petition granted on tak
ing oath and filing bond of $5,000. Ad
ministrator's oath taken and bond filed,
and letters of administration issued to
Estate of Hugh Brennan. Proof of
notice of petition for probate filed.
Depositions of Marion E. Sweeney and
S. J. Woodin the subscribing wit
nesses to will taken in after court in
proof of execution thereof filed and
approved, and will admitted to pro
bate. In re conservatorship of Mary Rich
mond, feeble minded. Bond of said
Blanche Robinson as conservator in
sum of $4.ooo filed and approved and
letters of conservatorship issued to
Real Estate Transfers.
Mary S. Slay to Christina Mehrley,
lot 15. John Scheuermann's Twenty-second
street add.. Rock Island, $1.
William E. Bailey to Fred Schroeder,
lot 10. W. E. Bailey's 5th add, Rock Isl
J. W. Simonson to Carl G. Miller, lot
8. block 2. Donahue & Cosner's 1st add..
East Moline. $300.
SIXTY DAYS FOR AL WEAVER
Pleads Gui.'ty to Larceny of Satchel
AI Weaver, who stole a satchel of the
value of $3. the property of Camiel Mor
tier, pleaded guilty in the county court
this morning to an information charg
ing petty larceny. , Judge Parmenter
imposed a fine of $1. and sentenced him
to serve GO day in the -county jail
SENATOR MITCHELL ON STAND
Federal Grand Jury in Portland Con
Portland. Ore.. Dec. 2J. Senator
John H. Mitchell appeared before tho
federal grand jury yesterday and was
questioned on his connection with the
land frauds conspiracy. The senator
was the main witness before the jury
morning and afternoon.
River Frozen Over.
Some time after dark last evening,
the Mississippi river froze over at this
point and what was formerly a vast
expanse of water is now a solid ice
formation. On account of the high
winds prevailing during the freezing
process, the surface of the ice is very
rough and will therefore afford very
poor skating for the small boy who
takes so much delight in this favorite
Testimonial to Aid. Anderson.
Aid. A. G. Anderson, manager of the
Augustana Book Concern, last evening
was" tendered a banquet by the board
of directors and employes of that in
stitution and the faculty of the col
lege at Ike dining, hall of the college
dormitory. The occasion wag the 30th
anniversary of Mr. -Anderson's In the
publishing business. He was present
ed a' handsome mantlepiece and an
album containing the photographs of
the 77 employes of the book concern.
THESPIANS STEAL CHICKS
For Christmas Dinner Captured by
Peoria. Ill- Dec. 29. When the
"special train of the "Sergeant Kitty"
company rolled in on the Burlington
Sunday afternoon there was not one of
the company of CO who had any desire
for a Christmas dinner. It was not the
lack of appreciation of the day, but was
due to the fact that they had all had
their Christmas dinner and a novel one
The train was delayed at a small
town about six or seven miles called
Rothner. It was about dinner time and
everybody was hungry. There was no
prospect of getting anything to eat
until Charles Wayne, the comedian,
sighted a covey of young chickens near
the railroad track. He called for vol
unteers and formed a skirmish line,
gradually-advancing on the chickens
in the formation of a hollow square
until the order to rush was given. The
result of the raid was the capture of a
dozen, more or less, young and ten
der chickens. The next thing was to
While the members of the company
were offering suggestions, the farmer
who owned the chickens descended
uton the chicken grabbers, armed with
vicious loking sawed-off shot gun.
There was no argument. Wayne paid
the full price and jollied the farmer
into cooking the chickens. Those that
cooked to an apparently tender condi
tion were eaten by the theatrical folk.
Some of the chickens are still cooking.
Added to the chickens was home-made
jellies, cookies and baked iotatoes,
celery, and the like.
ANOTHER IOWA SAVINGS
BANK GOES TO THE WALL
Dedham, Carroll County, Institution
Closes Following Alleged Embez
zlement by President.
Des Moines. Iowa, Dec. 2d. The
Dedham Savings bunk of Carroll
county, Iowa, has been placed in the
hands of a receiver and President
John G. Caton was charged with em
bezzling $15,000. He promised to
make the shortage good when the ex
aminer discovered it, and went to
Oregon to secure funds from his sons,
who are bankers there. He has failed
TURFCAREER OF HIS HIGHNESS
Recent Death Recalls the Prominence
. of Gideon's Great Stallion.
Lexington. Ky., Dec. 29. His High
ness,. David Gideon's great stallion,
which died here recently, was one of
the most famous racehorses o his
clay. He won the Futurity and p. dozen
other races, earning on the, turf $115.
022. He was a success hi the stud,
siring Jean Beraud, wtnner of $88,487;
High Degree, aecara n the Futurity;
His Royal Viighness. Sovereign.
Blytheness., Vrincess Tulane, Futuria,
Irene fac. Muozon, Lincroft. High
born, Lerida, Queen Rose, Nellie Rus
fcell, Princelet and other good win
ners. His Highness was a bay stal
lion, by imp. The Ill-Used, dam imp.
Princess, by King Tom. He was a half
brother of Her Highness. Prince Roy
al, Princess Leopold, and Hampton.
He was 15 years old and won the Fu
turity in 1891, with top weight up and
from a star field of 20 other starters,
Yorkville Belle running second and
Dagonett third. In the unplaced field
of that race were such stars as Lamp
lighter, Lew Weir. Charade, Mars,
Tammany, Lester, Osric and Huron.
It was in this race that Huron was
started by Edward Corrigan against
the protest of the officials of the Coney
Island Jockey club, who had declared
his nomination in the event void. Hur
on ran second, but was not recognized
by the judges. That was the last
race in which the green and white
sash of the Chicago turfman was seen
in the east.
NAN MAY BECOME INSANE
Father Fears Mental Strain Will be
More Than She Can Fear.
New York. Dec. 29. Nan Patterson's
at her, who spent the greater part of
the day with his daughter in the Tombs,
said after leaving her that he feared
she was going insane. "My little girl
is a physical and mental wreck," he
said. "I am afraid that her mind is
giving away under this dreadful strain.
She is worse than she was when she
collapsed after hearing of the jury's
disagreement." Dr. Maguire, after ex
amining Nan, said: "Miss Patterson is
highly nervous and even hysterical, but
in my judgment there need be no fear
of insanity from present indications."
Host at a Luncheon.
Dr. C. Bernhardt. Jr.. entertained at
a luncheon at the Hotel Harms today
for a party of friends from Clinton,
Iowa, spending the day in the city.
Accepts Checks From ''Adam.
Minneapolis, Minn., Dec. 29. Julius
Redmond, a farmer, was victimized
out of 11.500 bushels of wheat, accept
ing checks signed "John the Baptist,'
"Adam." and "Pope Pius." He has
filed a complaint.
Its wonderful power goes to the seat
of your trouble, vitalizes, strengthens
every part of your body. That's what
Hollister's Rocky Mountain Tea does.
25 cents, tea or tablets. T. H. Thomas
all day V I
Monday, UVU f3 -Kl0lAND,ILL
January 2d THIRD AVENUETHROUCH TO SECOND
Men's Tennis Night Shirts, full length, will
keep you warm on cold nights worth double
Men's $1 extra heavy tennis night shirts, Fri
day and Saturday, all sizes, 67c.
Men '9 fleece lined shirts and drawers, nearly
all sizes, to close quick, 29c.
Men's pure wool lined underwear, a great snap,
judge the value when you see it, just 50c.
Broken sizes of men's $1.00 cashmere all wool
shirts and drawers, not over 12 dozen, ' while
they last, 59c
Ladies' $1.00 union suits, ribbed . fleece, 10
dozen, to close them quick, at 55c.
15 dozen ladies' ribbed vests, fleeced, the 50c
kind, this little lot at 29c.
25 dozen gloves, all kinds, lined and unlined,
worth up to $1.00, at per pair 50c.
Something About What is
Melton cloth jackets, all Hied,
Faicy Zibeline, Montaquac
and Kersey, heavy winter
jackets, marvels at the price,
Ladies' handsome suits of
Cheviots and fancy mixtures,
oght to be we hesitate to
say what they are worth
for Friday and Saturday we
will sell them at $9.00.
CMonern. Ttcc. 29. Flolowinir lire tho
orenlntf. hljirJjst, lowest and closing
quotations in today's markets:
Deccmlx r. 111. 113. 114 v;, 112?.
May. 112, 114. 112. 1.4,.
July, 'JS4. !.
Deti'mlH-r, 45s,, 4".,. 4:VVi. 45.
May. 45. 45-H,. 4.r. . 4.r.;s..
July, 45-2, 45V4. 4.V, 45.
r.c.'mlfM 29 1. 2!, 29s;. 29.
May. 31 i, 318. 31'-...
July, 314. 31. 31?,,. 3 1 . .
January. 12.55. 12.55.' 12.47. 12.47.
May. 12.S7. 12.87. 12.77, 12.80.
January. C.S5. G.S5. C.77. 6.77.
May. 7.12. 7.12. 7.2, 7.02.
January. C.42. C.45. C.40. 6.40.
May, 6.70, 6.70. 6.65. 6.77.
liei-i ipts today Wheat 115. corn 405.
oats 47. hogs 15,000, cuttle 10,000, shft-p
Hotf market opened strong to 5c
hlKhcr. Ujfht 4.3f4 67. mixed and
butchers 4.45 fi 4.7. roiiKli heavy 4.5o'
Cattle market opened strong to 10c
Sheep market opened stronp.
Hops at Omalui 4.000, cattle 2.000.
Hops at Kansas City 6,000. cattle C.
000. 1. S. Yards, S;40 a. m. Hop market
strong to 5c higher. l.ipht 4.3544.70.
mixed and butchers 4.50(!4.75, pood
hiivy 4.50?i4.S0. roufih heavy 4.50if
Cattle market stronp to 10c hlpher.
Beeves 3.10i6.50. cows and heifers 1.10
fij 4.25. Blockers and feeders l.H5(f4.20.
Sheep market stronp to 10c hfpher.
Hop market closed steady. Uipht
18.104.22.168. mixed and butchers 4.50ffi'
4. SO. pood heavy 4.5064.80,
heavy 4.5i4?4 .60.
Cattle market closed weak
market closed weak to 10c
. New York Stock.
New York.' Dec;
29. Supar 144.
l7Ti. C K. I. 1
36 t. Southern
cific 66. B. & O. 104 Va. Atchison common
WE wish, to announce to the public that
1, our dental ollices will he located on the
the Illinois Theatre 1 landing, where we
to meet our patrons, both old and new.
IS fr9 7A ls lm
THAT WILL MAKE
''. Atchison preferred lolVi, C. M.
it. P. 173. Manhattan 162. Copper
. '. i ' 4
Y. 1 . I I I. o. .-s. i. v. nil. ii
L & N. 141 4. C. fc A. 43U. Head
common 80 '4. Canadian Pacific
Ijcathr common 14. 15. K. 'I'.
17. S. Steel preferred 94 vm. IT. S.
common 3H4. Penna 139. Mis
Pacific lOsVii. t'nion Pacilic 114.
v. 7t&. Irli iimmnn S1,.
w.'.i.nvli nrt-ferie.l 42?.. C. & G. W. 23'.
Illinois Central 157. Car Foundry 3"..
KfptiMic Steel referred 71V4. Kcpul.lie
Steel common 17 Vi
I.OCAI. MARKET CONDITIONS.
TodaVa Quotations on Provlaloaa, Live
Stock Feed and Fuel.
Bock Island. Dec. 29. Followinp are
the wholesale quotations in the local
Provision, and Produce.
Butter Creamery, 23 c; dairy, 20e.
Kpgs Fresh, 20c.
ImtA 9c. '
Live Poultry Sprlnp chickens. 8c per
nnund; hns, 7c per pound; ducks, 8c
Vegetables Potatoes 30 35c
Feed aad Fuel.
Grain New corn 38 IS 40c: oats CO
Forape Timothy hay, $9.00(f?$10.50;
prairie. 9.50i lo.oo; straw. $rt.ooi 7. on.
Wood Hard, per load. $5.00 tv J5.50.
Coal Lump, bushel, 13 to 14c; slack,
per bushel, 7c.
Cattle Steers $3.50 5. 50: cows and
heifers $2,0044.00; calves $3,0056.00.
HK Mixed and butchers $4.u4.25.
Sheeji Yearlinps or over $3.00 4 5.00;
Capt. Craig is Rear Admiral.
Washington. I. C. Dec. 29. The
retirement today of Rear Admiral Si
las Terry resulted In the promotion of
Capt. Joseph E. Craig to be rear ad
miral. The latter has been relieved
from duty as captain of the navy yard,
Norfolk, Va., and will be given another
command commensurate with hla ad
Notice of Removal
DR.. C. C. MANNING. Mgr.
1610 1-2 Second Avenue.
Rock Island, 111.
Consultation mud lam
ination of roar fr
hr Dr. o. it. Mrr
Yard wide eiderdown, best quality, pink,
blue and gray only, Friday and Saturday if
it lasts, yard 39c.
Children's 50c golf gloves, medium and
small sizes, to close quick, 25c.
Ladies' 50c and 75c best golf gloves, In
warm Angora, also plain and fancy zephyr
yarn, per pair 35c.
15c flannelette in neat dots, stripes and Per
sian designs, Friday and Saturday, yd. 7ic
10 pieces 25c worsted dress goods, C6 inches
wide, dark colors, Friday and Saturday If
the lot lasts, yd. 9c.
Two Hot Blanket Bargains
Friday and Saturday, if They Last
200 pairs warm fleece southern 10-4 gray
blankets, value $1.00, at pair 59c.
150 pairs 10-4 sanitary gray wool, Wisconsin
made blankets, value $2.98, at $1.95.
FURS From the still fine
assortment we select $10.00
Australian opossum collars,
rich soft fur, for $5.00.
Extra fine $7.50 black Marten
fur scarfs, deep fluffy fur,
All the children's muffs and
tippet or boa sets on hand
that have sold at $3.75 to
$6.00, for these two days.
Friday and Saturday, $2.88.
At the llock Island Ktiropeau)
Arnold Meyer, St. Iniis; It. h. Ieilch.
T. C Morganraige, Hock Falls; M. M.
Sturgeon, city: U. M. Robertson, Chi
cago; 11. V. Wait. Reynolds; C. I).
Ransom, Atkinson;. W. F. Jaques,
Sterling: A. M. Currin. (ialesburg;
Lewis Privat, Chicago; R. J. Deys.
Sterling: J. H. Frederick. Rock Island:
C. C. Iongren. A. Hawkinian, R. F.
Sivain. Calesburg; M. M. Mayer, Chi
cago; E. C. Ieach, Indianapolis; J. H.
Mackie, O. E. Hunt, Chicago: A. V.
Nipp, Omaha; (Jeorge Shade, Cedar
Rapids; J. II. Roach. Aurora; A. Rich
ter. New York; R. J. Love and wife,
IV's Moines; A. (t. Crane. St. Ix)uls;
Mrs. W. II. Smith. Dixon; II. L. Shel
don, Rock Falls; C. S. Musson. Chi
cago; T. W. Powell, A. W. Kelso,
city; C. D. Clark, Calesburg; C. W.
Edgington. Edgington; 1. S. Carlson.
Minneapolis; J. II. Patterson, Rey
nolds; J. Kelly. Reynolds.
Intoxicants Given Five Year Old Bey
To Sicken Him.
Ixniisville. Ky.. Dec. 29. John Clark,
a negro. 5 years old, is dead in Lyndon
of acute alcoholism. He was given
excessive doses of wine anil a mix
ture of wine and whisky by his step
father and his mother in an effort to
keep him from ever having a desire
for drink by making him sick on It.
Day for Woman's Execution.
Harrlsburg. Pa.. Dec. 29. Gov. Pen
nypacker has fixed Feb. 16, 1905, for
the execution of Mrs. Kate Edwards,
the Herks county murderess, and her
negro accomplice, Samuel Greason.
second lloor of
will he pleased