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FIFTY-SIXTH YEAR. NO. 11)0. .MONDAY, JTXK a, 1007. . PRICE TWO CENTS.
FOR ROCK ISLAND
HELP GET THAT $100,000
NEW FACTORY FUND
HAYWOOD JURY IS AT LAST
READY TO HEAR EVIDENCE
Last Member Accepted a
Farmer Living Near
FEW FROM THE CITY
Defendant Apparently Restored
to Health and Trial is Re
Boise, Idaho, June 3. Tin
I lay woo.!
jury was completed at 1
the jury was sworn in. (). V
a fanner residing mar ISoisc
last juror to lie chosen.
McmluTM if Jury.
The jury is as follows:
Thomas H. Ge.;s, real estale.
Finloy Mcliean, rancher.
Samuel I). Ciliiian, farmer.
Daniel Clark, farmer.
George Powell, rancher.
O. V. Scburn, farmer.
II. F. Massrear. farmer.
Lee Scrivener, farmer.
J. A. Robertson, farmer.
Levi Smith, carpenter.
A. I. Hums, retired rancher.
Samuel F. Russell, farmer.
ItfMtlirtMl to llcllltll.
Boise, Idalio. .lime After a goo 1
night's rest. William I). Haywood, secretary-treasurer
of the Western Fed t
Htion of Miners, was apparently com
pletely restored this morning, express
ing hiniselfa feeliug "iU'tit iH'e". The
case against Haywood was reconunciu
td at 1 o'clock.
FALLS FROM ROOF
Lawrence, Kan., Man Believed
to Have Killed Himself Af
ter Insuring His Life.
TOOK OUT MANY POLICIES
Lucius H. Perkins was a Secretary of
State Bar Examining Board
In Financial Straits.
Lawrence, Kan., June 3. With $l.n,
OOti insurance on his life, Lucius H
Perkins fed from the top of his resi
dence in Ibis city yesterday, and with
out regaining consciousness died la it
Most of Perkins' life insurance was
written within the hist six months. It
is said he had some difficulty in getting
it. He had been turned down, it is
stated, by the Massachusetts Mutual
and the New York Mutual. He is
known to have been hard pressed finan
cially for some time. The story is he
gave his notes for some of the insur
ance premium, amounting to $li,ooti.
lutcrrxlril In I'oUniiM.
It is declared also that Perkins wrote.
to the professor of the medical depart
ment of the I'niversity of Michigan
about six months ago, asking for the
most deadly poison, one hint would be
least apt to be detected after death,
lie said he wanted to ask questions at,
the next bar cxamiunt ion. He was sec
retary of the state examining board for
lawyers, anil as s.uidi prepared the list
of questions to be asked of candidates
for admission to the bar.
Hnlril a Urn I thy Mini.
Perkins was always rated as a
wealthy man, was 31 years old. and hail
lived in Kansas ever since 1M7. He
graduated from the state university in
1SSL He was a lawyer of high sta lin
ing, and last year was president of the
State liar association.
ILLINOIS WINNER OF
Scores Highest in Intercollegiate Cham-
pionship Meet Pennsylvania
Best in the East.
Chicago. June 'i. Woikiug true to
indicated form, the track and Held ( y , 1 aniMuIe of
teams the I niversity of Illinois won ninny labor interests against the Jnp
the Western intercollegiate champion4- anese treaty rights, as mar.iffsfod in
ship Saturday afternoon, Illinois scjr-jthe second San Francisco incident ii
ing Jl points, while Chicago us sec- peculiar.
ond linislted with T.i 1-:!.
Wisconsin finished thild with 17
Missouri ami Drake divided fourth and
tilth honors wit:i ! paints each.
Boston. June ".. Five star ath'eies
from i he I'niversity of Pennsylvania
won I he intt rcollegiate championship
Saturday in what proved to he a sit:-.';
of i lie most wonderful athletic pe--foimnnce
ever s. en on an Anici ic tti
cinder track. New intiTcolleg'.ati- ii.;
ures were written in six out of thi -teen
evints. and one more ivco' d
would has gone down, that of high hur
dies, had not l lie officials decided th-'t
the runners were too much favored by
Hatch Wins Marathon Race.'
St. Louis. June ;;. S. II. Hatch, of
Chicago won the LWniile inata'heti
race from Freeluirg, LI., to St. Lou'..
His time was 1! hours ::r minutes au I
REFUGEES 60 TO
AMOY FOR SAFETY
Conditions Unsettled, Though Rebels
Have Offered No Violence as
Yel to Foreigners.
Atnoy. China. June 3. Condition.- a'
Chang Chow, of whieli Amoy is the
port and at Si Okho. are unsettle i.
Many refugees continue to arrive here
and a "." umber of missiona: ies o! a:!
denominations have naeiied Swa'e.
Quiet is maiii'ained there, though t'ae'.v
is glial anxiety as to the outcome if
the revolt in the surrounding country.
The rebel leaders allow no looting,
and no foreigners have1 been nioiestel
as far as is known. There is a sat til
American mission at Cluing Chow. TTiT:
Japanese cruiser Naniwa arrived hec
Several Counties in Kentucky Swept
by Deluge Landslides Delay
Lexington. Ky.. June' '.!. Reports re
ceived today indicate- damage by Sar
nrday night's waterspout will be prob
ably over $r;ti.iim. n Nicholas, I'e.i
elleton, Wed lees. Lea. Cram. Harrison
Hum bem. Montgomery, "nth and o:h"r
centra! and eastern Kentucky counties,
livestock, biieiges. fencing and sn; el!
outbuildings were washed away. All
trains were delayed by landslides.
CORNERSTONE PUT IN PLACE
Ceremonies at Site of $3.COO.C0O Ca
thedral at St. Paul Imposing.
St. Paul, June ::. The corner stone
of the new $:;.iiimi.iiiki Roman Catholic
cathedral, the plan of which, was orig
inated and is being (allied out by
Archbishop Inland, -was laid Sunday
with elaborate religious and civic cere
monies. Tile ccle-bration was preceded
by a monster parade in which in.nuO
Catholics from all over the northwest
EX-STATE TREASURER FREED
Frank E. Dooiir.g Found not Guilty of
Robbing Springfield Lodge.
Springfield. 111.. June '.). Frank K.
Doeding, democratic candida'e for state
treasurer in ltul, was acquitted Satu:'-
. ! day evening in the? circuit court, of em
bezzling Sl.luo from tite SpringlieM
court Ne. 13, Court of Honor.
Japanese Officials Regard Re
lations With United States
Tokio, June .'!. Leading persons it
and out of politics seem to have a
feeling of apprehension regarding .In
pati s future relations with the cnitei
States, Actual hostility however, is not
thought of, but it is consieiered here
uw I,,,SIl,n ln "'" e tenerai gov-
PLEAS OF GUILTY
Five Prisoners Admit Charges
in Indictments and Are Sen
tenced by the Court.
PRISONERS ARE ARRAIGNED
Served With Copies of Bills and Recofj
nizances Taken Names of Oth
ers Held by Jury.
The prisoners indicted by the la -1
grand jury are being arraigned in t.;e
circuit court this afternoon befo.v
Judge F. t Craves, who is here to ;n -side
during the rest of the term.
Charles Lolving. Frank Sill. Geor;;:
Kocktord, Alveslon Crc s.. and Jul
Deal plead guilty to ciiaiges of petty
larceny and wete sentenced and tiled
by the judge. Lofving was lined $"''
and sentenced to in days in jail, and
Flunk Sill was fined and sentence 1
to In days, lor sualing chickens in Mo
iine. George Hockford and Alvestoti
Cress were each lined $1 and costs an.;
sentenced to in days in jail fur stealing
an overcoat. Jud Deal was scii:,':ue
to l'l days and fined 3-Vi for
s boat din :
a friend at h
Joseph MeAree anil Charlie Lars. in
gave bond in the sum of ll.otio in fae i
of the indictments against them.
Inilie-liiK-nlH l:ulr Public.
The following indictments return' 1
last week were made public today:
Josiph McAive, assault with a dea l
Charlie Larson, assault with a dev.;
AI Hounds, running automobile a.
Al Rounds, assault and battery.
John Iiiewster. adultery.
Thomas Motcy, burglary and lat
Mike Dallas and Peter Dallas, la-
" Henry Alien, larceny.
Charles Van Heck, assault with i
deadly we apon.
John Koob. carrying concealed wea
and Walter Campbell.
11. W. Reynolds, embezzlement.
TO AVOID ARREST
Martin Johnson of Davenport Severs:
Throat and Jumps From Win
dow When Police Arrive.
Martin Johnson. East Tenth
street, Davenport, severed his throat
with raz-ir and jumpcil from a' second
story window of ins home' Saturday
night when the police arrived to place
him under arrest for a disturbance at
the homo. He was taken to St. Luke's
hospital, and is in a serious condition.
He severed the windpipe and the- blade
entered the throat. He is "0 years old.
NEW YORK STREETS
Coldest Sunday in June Ever RecordeJ
in Metropolis Wind Docs
New York. June 0. New York yes
terday experienced the coldest Sunday
in Jnne which ever was recorded here.
A still breeze, accompanied by rain.
biought a chill ti the crowds in the
streets and they were practically de
serted late in the day. when the rain
turned into snow, adding a midwinte;
touch to the dismal day. The brunt
of the ttorm was felt in tiie Uronx.
where a frame house, trees, and fences
were blown down.
BOYS SET FIRE TO A
2 Hose Company is Promct
and Puts Blaze Out.
The No. 2 hose company of the fl:e
department was called to a barn on th?
alley between Fourth and Fifth street?
and Third anil Fourth avenue last eve
ning about lOMii. Some mischievous
boys in the neighborhood are suppose!
to have set fire to the structure. One
line of hose was laid and the blaze eas
ily extinguished. The loss was nom
inal. Butchers Go Out
South St. Joseph, Mo., June 3. O le
hundred and twenty-five pork butchers
of the Swift & Co. plant struck todav.
claiming the management was dis
charging the members because of th?
prominence of the union. It is report
ed the butchers in the Nelson Moris.
! Hammond plants go out tonight. -
OUST ELIOT AS HARVARD PRESIDENT?
REMARK OF ROOSEVELT MYSTIFIES
Reference of Chief Executive to Future Connection With Uni
versity Causes Much Discussion Dr. Wolcott Expresses
Himself in No Uncertain Manner.
Boston. Mass., June "Bit
Roosevelt never will become
of 1 Iarvard unive rsp
Charles N. Kliot is alive."
So deflated Dr. Ibniy
Wolcott, senior mcml'i r of
the hea 1
vanl col pot a; ion
ye si ( may.
"I ihoilid not vote fur his si-lection
io the in fill of the Hnrvnid ('acuity, be
cause, in the first pht'-c. he is nut what
you would call ;m aeade niie man.
There is no possibility ''!' his ever be
coming president id' the uni ersily.'
:( -l:irl.-c: 1 1.
Dr. Wole'otl's st al eiueni was i-voked
by 1 1; i most remarkable- and siguihYaut
utterance's ever yet cre-iitiJ to 1'ie-i-dent
Roosevelt regarding his future
plans. The president is reported to
Rev. Marion Humphreys De
livers Baccalaureate Sermon
to High School Graduates
AT THE CENTRAL CHURCH
Takes for Subject. "On he" Upgrade'"
First Baptist 7Gth Anniversary
At the- Central Pn
hist veiling, the pa-
u v. Marion
Humphreys d- li vt te e
reato sermon to iii
ed' the Rock Island h
members of tin- eia-
REV. MARION 1 ! CM 11 1REYS.
body, and in addition there' was a hug'
number esf til" stmbnts of the lower
classes pre.-eiii. and members of th"
faculty aitemled. Tin? ch.-.rch was we:!
filh'd. Mr. Humphreys address', d hi
remaiks directly to the giaduaus. an 1
save them woins ot neipiui auvice. la
opening he sttiteil that the occasion
was one that was les a privil-.-V only
I Jipi(lilj-ilii 'I I D
REV. II. V. REED.
to speaking to each of the members 01
the class individually.
Of the AniKiintril.
The pastor took as his text He
brews 1:9, "Thou hast loved righteous
ness, and hated iniejtiity, therefor hat.li
God annointed thee' with the oil of
gladness above thy fellows." H
pointed out tnat tne graduates are m
peculiar position, coveted by the uu
derclassmen, those who have droppol
said to a delegation ot Harvarl
it Lansing, Mich.:
"In a year and eleven months I ex
pect to be :m active memher of thy
It has not yet been proven that Pres
ident Roosevelt made the remark at
Lansing, as epioted. Certainly the re
mark was not made in any of his for
mal or informal addresses he mado
four a: Lansing that day.
Rut, wie-'he'r authentic or not, there
mark ciedited to President Roosevelt
has aroused no little comment in Ha -ard
circles. This was due, perhaps,
to the rumor, frequently heard the last
few years, that Mr. Roose velt was am
bitious to become president of the uni
versity at the' expiration of his present
term in the White house.
out be fore f iiiuide ting the course, thost
imio iumi einere'ii i:ie sinooi, an.
llu;se who have linisaed the hi
school course and enti ri d on tin
mi's wen u. lie e xpres.-eel a re
t'ue circumstances make it impossib' :
that the- class can not stay banded v
g' ther. but will be' scattered by differ
ent environments and vocations.
Mini' S-i:ir:ilc l.:ilil'rn.
"Each of you has a se'parate ladde-r i )
suece.-s". he said. "Life- is a great up
gtaiii'. and if I were to give r.ny suii
ji c: it would be' 'on the up grad.'.'
Money is not the thing that pulls ,;p
grade. Love the truth the lie is nev
"Will it be- said in L'v years that yo'i
are annointed above your fellows?
That which measures your positi m on
the' up grade is not so much your atti
tude toward truth as -it is your Mtiunle
toward sin. Ineiiff'.-'renci? toward wicked
ness will place- a man near or quite ft
the bottom of the grade. Ignorance of
sin is the best, and we ought to know
nothing of sin. The mind which is in
tutored in .-in is free from slave:.-.
Keep a great margin be.! ween yotirscT
He cemclude-d by cautioning the stu
dents about neglecting opportunitie;.
saying "Those things that you leave
undone will be the things that hold you
from the goal". He congratulated the
liieinbe-rs of the class em having reach
ed the conclusion of the high scho 1
course, but urged them to regard it as
it is ii'iiiK'd. 'the commencement.' "
t'li'liriilv TIMIi nni vrnary.
The 7'!h anniversary of the estab
lishment of the First Raptist church
was ci le bra'e d yesterelay at the chuie-h
by the1 members of the congregation
Al tile morning service the pasto-'.
Rev. II. AY. Reed delivered a sermo.i
appropriate to the day. At tile' eveni ig
service a program of song w as give n
with selection by the choir and by
Miss Lui'ila Crissnian and V. E. Caul
Ilrol lie rlioiitl linM -rt !.
At the- First Methodist church last
evening the Rrotboi hooel of the chura
had charge of the service and a mii-i-cal
progiam was given and the addrois
of the evening was delivered by S..5.
Ferguson w ho chose as his subje ct "I'.t
triotisni." The address was very inter
esting and instructive and was listened
to by a largo congregation.
MEMORIAL OF M. W.A.
AND R. N. A. CAMPS
Fitting Exercises Held at Chippiannock
Cemetery for Dead Members
Address by M. T. Stevens.
The society's memorial day was o'.j
served in the usual manner yesterday
by the members of the Modern Wooef
men and Royal Neighbors of this citv
in me morning tne eiinerent ca:n:s
wen 1 10 me cemetery aim elecorat t!
the graves of the departed members.
in tne auernoon at o clock all the r-
inizations met at the Voodma'i
buileling, formed in line and marched
to Market square, where cars were
boarded and went te the cemetcv
where tne following program w,is
Music Svea Male Quarte
Prayer Rev. H. Y. Rod
Music Svea Male Quart.'
Address Millard T, Stevens
Music Svea Male Quarte
Benediction Rev. H. V. Re-
Mr. Stevens in his address spok-
briefly of the. pocicty's responsibility
to those dependent on dead member
and gave statistics on the subject. II
also showeel that while the. Insurance
organizations give $110 a minute to
A SHAFT FOR JEFF DAVIS
DEDICATED AT RICHMOND
widows and orphans,
$10 per minute.
the M. V .A.
BURNS THE WHOLE FAMILY
Fire in Turner Hall at Newark, N. J.,
Catches Janitor's Household.
Newark. N. J., June 3. Joseph
Hoenke, janitor of Turnverein hall and
wife and child were1 burned to eieatei
early today when lire partially destroy
ed that strtictuie. Eight families iii'
ing above lhe hall were, rescued by ;
lice with extreme difficulty.
WOMAN'S SLAYER IDENTIFIED
Man Who Murdered Mrs. Edna Rume!
hagen of Freeport, III.
Freeport. 1 1 II June ;:. The m.:i
who mureliTeil Mrs. Elna Runielhagt ti
while in the street here Sunday has
been identified as Herbert Spring, who
lived in the outskirts of Rockford. I!"
is be ing held without bail to await tn;
aetiou of the' grand jury.
GREAT AND GOOD
Rev. W. B. Clemmer Gives Ser
mon on "Greater Rock Island
From Newcomer's View"
URGES HELP FOR MOVEMENT
Inquires Whether Greatness or Bigness
Should be Object Points out
'llighicousni'ss cxalteth a city, but
sin is a reproach to any people" was
the text of Rev. I?. Cleinmer's
U tea it r Rock Island . address at the
Christian church hist evening. Rev.
Ck'miner's address was very interest
ing and a number of good points for
an improve'el city, no'iccable to every
citizen, we re brought out ami given t
lengthy discussion. Mr. CKniiiieT said
that he was astonished, em coming to
this city, at finding lu; saloons locate"!
here', but said that he was a citizen n
Reick Island by choice and that he in
tended to lemain so its long as it was
healthy. "I am in sympathy with the
growth and expansion of the city, and
I am by leniperameiit an enthusiast
and by grace an expansionist."
1 i!v llriiulil'ul.
Mr. Clemmer spoke of Rock Ilat 1
as a city beautiful, strategic in situa
tion, with beautiful highways of trav-d
if kept clean, and that it is ptactically
a gateway to the west and southwi's'.
The- ili'me'iits of civic spirit are in evi
dence. The street signs, splendid pub
lic buildings, the bringing of the M
Y. A. to this city, the beaut ificat iem of
its parks and the realization of the
$100.11110 factory fuml. are all in evi-
lence. Rev. Clemmer was also of the
opinion that there are many interna!
improvements that can be made ti
make a gi cater Rock Island, and in ex
plaining these tone lieu the wine room
iloons aim resorts where the minds of
the young people are undermined. He
made the plea that these places be safe-
uardi'd by careful enactment an i
Ciroiin-r tr Kiuucr.
Rev. Clemmer asked the question,
'What about Greater Rock Island
Should it be greater or bigger, and are
we to be trusted with a larger popula
tion?" Rev. Clemmer, in conclusion, said
that every citizen of Rock Island should
cooperater for a greater anel more pros
perous city, ami while they are doing
it, they should try to eliminate tho
Machinists Go Out.
Cleveland, June 3. About 2,000 ma
chinists employed in the shops where
the employers were refused a graat
of the union demand for nine hour day
today went on strike here.
Greene and Gaynor Lose in
United States Circuit Court
New Orleans, June 3. The sentence
of the Savannah court in the famous
Green and Gaynor case involving over
half a million dollars fraud in govern
ment contract work in Savannah har
bor, was affirmed today in an opinion
handed down by the Cnited States cir
cuit court of appeals. The sentence is
four years' imprisonment each and line
Confederate Veterans Un
veil Statue of Leader
of 'lost Cause."
BIG CEREMONIES HELD
Citizens of Many States Pres
ent at Exercises Holi
day in South.
Rie hmond. Ya.t June ". An everlast
ing memorial to Jefferson Davis, pa
trio; ami statesman, who was the cho
sen leader of the '"lost cause" anel the
first and only president of the Confed
erate States of America, was unveiled
here today as the crowning feature of
the annual reunion of the confederate
veterans. The'ceremony was made the
occasion for a grand military pageant
in which e very veteran in grav li j
was phy.-deally able participated with
energy and enthusiasm.
Mrs:. J. A. Hayes of Colorado Springs.
Col., a daughte r of Davis, pulled the
cord tiiat held the canvas shroud
which cove red the bronze statue. Her
two young sons, grandsons of the con
federate president, caught the twocorels
used to complete the unveiling. Gen
eral Clement A. Evans was orator of
Ileiliilny 11 1 New Orlfittm.
New Orleans, June Confederate
Memorial day in this state and Jeffer
son Davis' birthday make today a -do-.-ble
holiday with banks and many copi
m'rcial houses closed.
Iir:ui in I'nrntlr.
YYilMum Jennings Hryan and Mrs.
Rryan attended the ceremonies t's
guests ed' the Cnited Confederate Vet
erans. They rode' in the pataele in a
carriage. Gove 1 nor and Mrs. Swansoi
were given a continuous ovaii'jn
OliM'rv'i! Iiy 1 . ( t-rnment.
Dallas, Texas, June The new
state' law which makes Jeffersjn
cavis oirmuay a legal nointay was ob
served today by the Cnited States gov
ernnicnt through its local officia s.
The jMistoHice and other general oflices
we re closed.
STOCKS GO LOWER
A Combination of Influences
Causes Prices to Decline
New York, June There was a
sharp break of 2 to 3 points in stocks
r 1 in early dealings today which was par
ticularly severe in the Pacific rail
roaels and copper industrials. The dis
couraged tone- of public utterances b
the head of the Harrinian system, un
seasonable weather for crops and busi
ness intermission and contractions in
various branches of industry, lower
prices for copper and additional exports
of gold combined to affect the market
VETERAN OFFICERS AT LEVEE
Survivors of Indian Mutiny Meeting at
Reception by King Edward.
London. Jun j .". Th" third levee o
the season was held by King Edward
at St. Janu s Palace this afternoon a;a
was more than usually interesting iie:
cause of the presence of a large con
tingent of officers who served during
the mutiny in India, half a century ago,
and whose exploits constitute the most
eventual chapte rs in that struggle.
CLERK IS PLACED ON TRIAL
Edward Holmes, Jr., Faces Charges of
Giving Out 'Statistics.
Washington, June 3. Edward
Holmes. Jr., of Washington, former
assistant statistician of the depart
ment ot agriculture, was today place.d
on trial in the famous "cotton leak"
case. Holmes was jointly indicted
with Frederick A. Tcckham and Moses
Haas of New York for conspiracy.
Danish Actress Jealousy Victim.
Copenhagen, June 3. Cerda Erur.i
Nathansen the celebrated Danish ac
tress was shot and mortally wounded
by her husband yesterday. The hus
band committed suicide. Jcalou-y
was the cause.