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THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS, FRIDAY", JTTLV 28, 1011.
CRAZED MAN IN
to believe that the fellow holds a
grudge against Mrs.' I. Huber and that
be has become insane on the subject
and desirous of securing vengeance.
'DRY" PRAYER IS FUTILE
Tries to Force His Way Into the
Huber Home at 2314 Third
Tells Fellow Employe at Rock Is-
Wisconsin Minister Sends Hack
State of Wisconsin " Chock.
Madison, Wis., July 2. The Rev. A.
L. Tull, a retired Methodist minister
living in this city, fears that prayers
!for prohibition in Wisconsin have been
SAYS HE WANTS REVENGE feS rS deiiS
(invocation in the senate.
' Tho rhpTl- io afpnmranipil hv a letter
!to State Treasurer Dahl. reading 83
land Arsenal That He Has j follows:
fteen WrongeL "I received your check for $3 for de-
livering a prayer in the senate. I thank
i you and the senate for the courtesy.
FIGHT ON MERRIAM
Governor Discusses Harmony
With Lieutenants at Con
ference in Chicago.
State Administration Ijeaders Not to
Announce Plans Until Jones
Crazed by an imaginary grievance
which he has nursed for some time, a
Rock Islander who is employed at the
Hock Island arsenal shops last nislit
entered the yard at the Huber home.
2314 Third avenue, and approached t'u
door, the while gesticulating wi!d"Y.
Hie sharp knocking on the aijr
brought a response from members rt
the household. They opened the dror
whereupon he tried to enter but was
kept out. Before help, could be sun
moned he hai gone on his way.
BELIEVED TO BE INSANE.
The man's actions of late have drawn
the attention of the family for every
time that he has passed the Hub-rj
residence, he has motioned toward fe
house in a threatening manner. Then,
too, he has aired his Imaginary gnev
ance before fellow employes and thy
reported it to the arsenal officers wh
in turn reported to Otto Huber. !f
there is any further trouble, the mat
ter will be taken up by the pClice it
partment.. Ptatemenrs which the fellow has
made lead the members of the family
2S. Governor De-
to several of
but return it. ad to keen it would oe
purelv commercialism in accepting C j neen talked "harmony
from the senate for just asking the ht6 Chicago political lieutenants yes
favor of the Lord for the moment for ', tprday. He proposed that all fac
them. tions unite against the Merriam-
"Really, it seems as if the $"72 paid t .Tones forces for the primary battle
for prayer during this session wa iort ) in April, according to semi-offic'al
money, as the legislature did such ret-' statements mad last night.
asked his advice. He was told the
best thing to do would be to return the
girl, and she left with the judge for
Miss Kimbrough has been the pet of
society for the past two years, and
while she was never formally present
ed, her beauty and wit made her a fa
vorite with the younger set, and she
was lionized by all who knew her.
Judge Kimbrough, who has been mar
ried twice, has no children of his own,
and it was the general belief his adopt
ed daughter would have been heiress to
the large Kimbrough fortune, estimated
Both Judge and Mrs. Kimbrough are
almost inconsolable over the actions of
the girl, and the judge said before
starting for the orphanage he had lov
ed the child as though 6he were his
own, and deeply regretted that her ac
tions and the attendant notoriety had
made it impossible for her to longer
remain a member of his family.
ten business on all temperance meas
ures. "It indicates that not a sinele prayer
reached the Lord for the promotion cf
temperance, but that he favored the
breweries and saloonkeepers. I have
been sunk in debt for 16 weeks ar.d
'needed monev worse than any of them.
A SOLEMN MOMENT.
ths Great Mail Steamer
Stepped In Midocean.
The gTeat steamship wavered: the
screw revolved more slowly and grad
ually ceased to turn. There is some
thing' uncannily disquieting about an
The governor's idea is, according
to this information, that the party
must accept the so-called "progres
sive" tendency of the day. but that
it must not go 6o far as to try and
outdo the Merriam crowd as one of
the governor's friends characterized
them, "the reformers with wings and
l'R(,ED TO "GET TOGETHER."
The governor is said to have sug
gested that the leaders should spread
the gospel that danger lurks all over
the state for next year unless the or
ganization republicans cease their
factional fighting and get together.
The governor is reported as desiring
a program on which even the so
called "reactionaries" can stand, but
Telephone your gTocery
orders to us and see how
promptly th?v will be
Prices as low as the low
est and made on highest
quality of goods.
Tinmovinsr shin in the middle of the
ocean, and for a few moments there with the express understanding that
were fearsome rumors amoug the sec- even the old line republicans must
ond and third cabin passengers. The accept a limited dose of "progres-
steerage. being nearer to the he-art of ; su e policy.
things, understood what was goin? on.
The deck stewards went about ex
plaining, and as they explained the
passengers moved to points of vantage.
Then all was very quiet quiet even
for the sea.
A man whom the first cabin passen
gers knew to 1 a famous bishop step
ped down from among them. A heavy,
clumsy, grewsome bundle was brought
up. Over it tbe bishop, with bared and
reverent bead, iufoned the service f.-r
those who. are buried at sea. As tbe
bishop spoke the words of committal.
"We therefore commit his body to the J
deep, to be turned into corruption, look-
Ing for the resurrection of the body.
when the sea shnii give up its dead."
a door in ihe bulwarks was lifted for
the bund'e and 'et down again, the
From all that could be gathered
Governor Deneen is not willing to
join in the Jones-Merriam movement,
but is ready to make his fight on a
"sane, progressive" platform, what
ever that is.
Hut for the present the state ad
ministration leaders will do nothing
in the way of organizing their pub
licity campaign. They will await
developments for a few days and
particularly view the effect of the
.Tones candidacy and the keynote
speeches that will be made at East
St. Louis tomorrow night.
0 lEKIMTE ri.S OlTIHEl).
The governor refused to be inter
viewed last night, except, to say that
no dclinite plans had been outlined
and none would be for a few days.
ship began to move, sluggishly at first. ) He said he talked briefly with some
of his Chicago friends, but tnat tnere
was nothing to give out for publica
tion at this time.
then smoothly as was its wont, and tbe
passengers went back to their gumes.
'heir books and their lovemaUing".
The greatest event in the dead stok
er's career Mas over. He had stopped
his majesty's mail. Lxchange.
LOVE CASE COSTS
GIRL A FORTUNE
The Eskimos and the Eibie. j
I-'ran'.k Cross. missionary among j
the L'skiiiios, has found consider:. hie i
difficulty in using the illustration of
tiie ISibie in arctic regions. He gives .
two iuninz anecdotes to bear out his Foster Daughter of Judge Kim
statements. First, how his Kskimo in- . brOUgh of Danville Ban-
lerpioicr i r:i nsiji tea a wen Known text
Into the following: "Every log that !
brinpeth not up good "appik' is cut up
and used for tirewixwi," appik" being
Todd Chosen for Faculty.
Champaign. July 28. Dr. Arthur
J. Todd has been appointed a mem
ber of the faculty of the sociological
department of the University of Illi
nois. Once a probation officer in San
Francisco, he took up the study of
sociology and was graduated from
California and Yale. He will have
charge of teaching the practical side
of sociology, such as the adminis
tration of charities and correction.
Miss Elizabeth Curry of Mount Ster
ling has accepted the general secre
taryseip of the University Young
Woman's Christian association.
Parents Foil Elopers.
Danville. July 28. Ben Kamil of
St. Louis will have to return the
marriage license he obtained to wed
Adelaide Silverberg last Saturday at
Clayton, St. Louis county's Gretna
Green. Adelaide is the daughter of
the owner of a large merchant tai
loring business here, and has not yet
reached the proper age for marriage
Kamil was detained at detective
headquarters, while Mr. and Yrc.
Silverberg wrangled, coaxeu nnd
pleaded with their daughter, who is
only 15, to give him up. They also
threatened to have a warrant served
on Kamil, charging him with entic
ing their daughter away from home.
The girl said if Kamil went to jail
she wouid go with him and the mat
ter was finally compromised by the
lovers agreeing to wait. Kamil and
Miss Silverberg had prepared to
elope to St. Louis yesterday after
noon to be married. Her parents
followed her downtown and had her
taken to police headquarters. She
then accompanied detectives to her
waiting fiance and he also was taken
to police headquarters, where the
stormy conference was enacted.
III! -v. 1 , i.r
.Anna! Clearance Sale 11 I
Finest Summer 1
Suits Selling at 1 1
During This Clearance Sale
Our interest ripht now is directed to
ward this sale of high grade clothes,
such makes as Yorkshire. Hart
Schaffner & Marx and L System are
included in this offering. Values
beyond comparison for the man who
7R This sale of suits at $1S.75 has won favor and will $!.75
win vours. These suits sold at $25, were extra good .
values at that price. They are made up in outing or
three-piece m the newest weaves ana tabrics.
Suits now $22.50
Softs now $21.00
$12.50 Suits now
A sweeping clearance of
About 600 pairs to clear out quickly
worsteds and cassinieres in light, fan
cy and staple fabrics.
6h!rts with soft cuffs and epara?e
collars or regligee or pieatd. all
kinds are included ia this sale and
there's plenty to choos from.
ished From Home
See Shortage of Honey.
Dixon. July 2S. Honey will be a
scarce article this season. Heekecp
ers here say bees will hardly get
enough to feed themselves this win
ter on account of the scarcity of
$50 Trousers now
S.VOO Trousers now
4.00 and $1..0 Trousers now
WJiO and iiSM Trousers now
3.00 and S..'0 Trousers now
i- .0.1 and 9S2JVO Trousers now
fLfl-S Trousers now ?l-50
Blacks ud Blues 10 per cent off
. $ 2..V1
$2.e0 and $.1.00 Shirts
Straw Hats 25
Neckwear TTosierv, Night downs, Underwear reduced; real
m T.i?k'o slmminr here worth while
You can always do better at the
Cor. 2d & Harrison
Call W. r-t K'.Ol or
: 1 1.
Sll lilli SI.
the Eskimo for dried apples and the
nearest thing to fruit that they know.
Agaiu, of law, justice and government
they have not the remotest notion.
Mr. Cross" nearest neightxir had hun-dn-ds
of dollars" worth of furs depos
ited in a cache. Wishing to preach
ou '"Where Thieves Itreak Through
and Ste.nl." the interpreter gave up
his attempt at translation, for lie said
sucli h thing whs Impossible among
t belli. T. l's London Weekly.
BACK TO AN
Irving Man Dies on Train.
IHllsboro. July 2 s. John Weeks
of Irving died on a Mig Four train
between Litchfield and this city of
ORPHANAGE hemorrhage of the lungs. His wife
i is ill in the Litchfield hospital.
Instate to Which Young Woman Was
Only Heir Intimated t lie
Fall From Hay Mow Fatal.
lilooniincton, July S. Lawrence
Wagener, aged 11, died at Clinton
from the effects of a fractured skull,
caused by a tumble from a hay
Girls Will Learn How to Shoot.
So that they may learn how to use
firearms, g'rl members of the I'.ro.nl
Street rnrk Methodist Epis-opiil
church of Trenton. N. .1., have organ
ized the Girl Hangers' club. The Rev.
William Stone, the pastor, expects that
i all will develop into crack shots. He
i Is to train tbcm In nrfi'Iery and also
', to give them Ir.stmcf ions in general
Iced or Hot
Unexcelled in Delicate Flavor and
ONE TEASPOONFUL MAKES TWO CUTS.
Published by tlie Growers of India Tea
A BLOOD MEDICINE
o rutt IUUKU UH ULU
Danville. 111.. July 2S. , budding ro ; i"ow
manee has been nipped and a foster
father deprived of an adopted daughte-,-to
whom he was devotedly attached by
'ho escapades of the girl with a boy
The girl is Miss Helen Kimbrough.
daughter of Circiif Judge Kinibrough
of Danville, prospective candidate to;'
the democratic nomination for governor
01 Illinois next year.
The boy in the case is Leland Park
er of Decatur, 111. The girl was re
turned by Kimbrough to the Indiana
orphan asylum, whence she came to
the Kimbrough home a number of
years ago, and young Tarker was tak
en home by his father.
Miss Kimbrough. whose real name ,
is unknowji. was adopted by the Kim- !
brough family when she was i years (
old. A few months ago she and young I
Parker met, and since that time they !
! have been constantly in each other's j
(company. A week ago young Parker i
told some of his friends that he and!
Miss Kimbrough had eloped to Cov- j
ii'gton, Ind., where they were married, j
: l.H KE OIT. j
The girl told her mother the same !
story, and Mrs. Kimbrough took her to '
Covington and there confronted her ;
with the county rierk. where she would j
have to obtain the license. j
The clerk soon convinced Mrs. Kim
brough he had not issued the license
and on thefr way back to Danville the;
givl confessed that she had not been .
Jud,;e Kimbrough was away, and '
Mrs. Kimbrough locked the girl in her j
room. A few nights later, while un- j
dcr the care of a maid. Miss Kim-
Object to Coal Rate Raise.
Duquoin, July 2 JS . Southern Illi
nois coal operators who are furnish
ed shipping facilities by the Big Four
railfiad. and especially those in Sa-
! line county, are anticipating "rough
j sledding" the coining fall anil win
ter in 'heir competit'nn with other
coal fields, should the railroad put
into effect the proposed increase in
freight on coal to Chicago. Officials
of the Cairo division of that road
state that an increase of .1 cents a
ton is to become effective soon. Coal
dealers and consumers in Chicago1
are remonstrating against the pro-j
posed advance, while the railway'
and warehouse commission has con- j 'humpaii;ii. 111., July 2S The great-
sented to it. The Chicago dealers; est. gains -oil treatment the world
will contend that it is a violation afUns ever known have been ma!c on
the interstate commerce law. as t lie j ve,sit y of Illinois' experiment piot.s
Big four passes through a portion of ,on the S. Noble King farm in McLean
Indiana in reaching the Chicago tor- icoonty. When wheat thrashhin; con
initials. j eluded even the expectatioi. j of th
!f-l;ite experts were exceeded.
Killed by Engine. ! The tabulated yield of the plots
PHOSPHORUS DOUBLES WHEAT YIELD
Danville, July 28. Karl Hyatt, 21,
son of Trainniasier A. A. Hyatt of
the Cairo division of the Big Four
railroad, vat, run over and instantly
killed, while alighting from an en
gine at the Lyons yards, where he
was employed as a dispatcher.
The majority of human ailments are caused by impure blood, j h rough eluded her and escaped from
secause weak, polluted blood deprives the system of its necessary j home iu ber ni?ht ciotiiDs- she don
strength and disease-resisting powers. Children do not develop per- i rfd 8,rect attire ia the -vard and -,o:ned
Fectly, nor are they strong and robust unless the blood is pure and i Pallk1er' . , .
Jiromc troubles because of a weakened circulation. S.S.S. cures every ; iadv while Parker was away the po
ulment which comes from impure or diseased blood, it tones up and hue xvcre notified and the girl returned
regulates every portion of the system and creates an abundant supply of j home.
-nourishing properties With which to build up the blood. 5.5.5. is j Judge Kimbrough returned home a
nude entirely of healing, strengthening roots, herbs and barks, abso- ifew da?8 r and summoned Parker.
lutely free from harmful drugs and minerals, and is therefore the I Thf re was a storm-T interview between
purest and safest blood medicine for young or old. 5.5.5. cures
Rheumatism, Catarrh, Sores and Ulcers, Skin Diseases. Scrofula,'
Malaria, Blood Poison, and all other blood disorders. Book on the
blood and eny medical advice free. 5.5. 5. is sold at drug stores.
THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO, ATLANTA, CA.
them, ar.d the judge is said to have for
I bidden him the house.
RKTl BVKIl TO ORNMXAI.E.
the Indiana orphanage and told the su-!
j pt risteudent the facts in the case, and j
There is nothing so
cooling and refreshing as
a dish of Campana's ice
cream. It is served at
tables in their comfort
able ice cream parlor
where the verdict will be
it's "the best you ever
Drink the delightful
sodas at the fountain.
They are pure, they won't
hurt you and goodness me
how they do tickle a jaded
palate and refresh one.
1917 Second! Avenue
Opposite Spencer Square
Shot In Peddlers' Strike.
Chicago, July 28. -Shortly after May
or Harrison haa refused to suspend liio
enforcement of the anti noise ordi
nance at the request of a delega;: !i
of striking peddlers, headed 1i Coii
pressman Sabath, the anqry huck
sters renewed hostilities, and shot
1'inkUH Schouns. apeil .;n. a grocer.
haps fatall wounding him
vera was arrested charged with the
Cars Derailed; One May Die.
New York. July 2. Fifty per-
, sons were badly shaken up, eome ;
'sustaining sprains and bruises, in j
(the derailment, at Burdette, N. Y.,j
I of three Pullmans of a special ex-j
! curs'on train on the Lehigh Valley, ,
bound for Atlantic City, X. J. One
woman may die.
Plot 1"2 Lime
crops and crop residues 2."
Plot I4 I. line and phosphorus. .57
Plot J"5 Lime and potassium. . .2
Plot 10G Lime, legume, catch
crop, crop residues and phos
1 Pint 1'T Lime, legume, catch
crop, crop residues and potas-
i si u in 2 7
j Plot lnS Lime, phosphorus ami
S potassium 51
i Piot lu!i - Lime, legume, call h
' i criiii cron residues, nlinsiihoi us
l rank -- r ,ntaSiKjiiin ;.
Plot 11 u l-giime, catch crop,
crop residues, phosphorus and
riioriioit r itoi hi i; in;i.i.
average yield on all plots which wer
not treated with phosphorus .i
twenty-four bushels u acre. I'm:
average yield on the fertilized plo s
was fifty-eight and one half bushels
an acre, an average gain of thirty fo' r
and one-half bushels an acre.
This is the climax of the results
that have been secured on the -periment
plot year after year, and
more than bears out the propaganda
of Dr. C. G. Hopkins, the unlvciei y
soli expert, who holda that crops may
be doubled with intelligent soil tr.it
ment. It is Dr .Hopkins who Is e!l
ing I II in !.. farmer that they cannot
continue to take everything out of thi
soil without putting somei'iing b.ick
Still College to Be Sold.
Des Moines, Iowa. July 2. Still
College of Osteopathy will be sold
by the sheriff on Sept. I! to satisfy
claims of $.;i,o;h. It Is said this
action is merely precautionary on
the part of the creditors, ami the
school will continue as before, with
Dr. S. L. Taylor at the head.
Wllkerson nd Hoy Named.
Washington, July 2. The pre.i
dent today nominated James H. WlUrr
c;i district Attorney and T. Hoy, Itnt
By the use of phosphorus fertilizer ed States marshal, both of the north
e yield whj more than doubh i. Tuelern district of Illinois.
Taylor in Philippines. j
Washington, Julv 2V Frederick W. :
; Taylor of Colorado, considered one of j
!tbe ablest agricultural experts r.i
! America, has been appointed dirett.ri
of agriculture in the Philippines to .- ic:-
! ceed Gfenral Nesom, recently r' sign
Wanted to Convert Utopia.
When the "Utopia'' was first publish- j
ed it occasioned a pleasant mistake.
This DoliUcal romance represents a '
i perfect but visionary republic in au ,
island supposed to have been some- i
; where in tbe Atlantic, near these west- '
ern shores. !
i "An this was the see of discorerr." i
says Granger, "tbe learned Dudaeus
and others took it for genuine history
and deemed It expedient to send mis- ;
siouaries thither to convert the people."
"Book of Queer Things."
A man who gives a chattel mortgage ,
should always examine it carefully to
make sure it is not "on demand."
Sharp money lenders who loan funds '
on chattel mortgages often try to bare
! this clause Inserted, and when It is tbe
borrower may expect to iart with List
chattels at almost any moment. Tt is I
a trick by which advantage Is often j
taken of the unwary.
Of Blue and White
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utensils. Strictly high grade and guaranteed first-
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