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VOL. ZLVL CO, 23. ', ISLASD. I1L tttttcsdat nnxrvmpn is . : - " -mvmmMMm M.V, - - . TFIUat Til LIT 1 . t m rn 1 ' ' ft I IULIJ1I 111 II niP T r",M,"e OF A LUMBER OPERATOR. n LiuLUnL ILnUIUh as a mm ww m u i. North.vetem Conductor Given $21,660 in Lieu of His Job. WIS 13 THE A. B. Tj. BTIHE. "aaer Imm4 avaa m4 h eal Wn IM . lUMlf-Vtw vat? m im i. o ar. m . aaWtl B)ek la rrtliN'l laas.aa Um Wave af mm Day. Calft. Sot. 18. Frt d R. Ketch am. eoadnetor oa the Nortawtrtern railroad. B look part la the IHbe A. B. U. strike, in today ewerdl . erd!ct for 21.CC la hla ett agaiait that mmptij for blacklisting- him. pnftatit; kin from earla wort oa ether roade. H atd fur I23.0CO. ataaasj k) la Mara LMt, rlag:fle!d. I:L, Nov. 19 Tka aa anal aloa r. the atate fraad lodv f OM Folio a Is difelfl; report! fgttdlag thtOld lalki'lloae. Too pHl enotmitira appointed to lo etetaeaoaa, preaeatfi a ratola. tioa to go oa with the work and balM the kom. aa per eoatract. to lading the rroea l offered at Mat tooa. A snoatitala was offered re-a-ta tioif the whola aetiaa of the board of tratteaa of tha home, die ektrtfto tko board of Iraiteee aad ppoiatiaf aeoramiltoa of three to !: oa taa h.sia of erplty with th eitiaane r( Mtttooa for aa hmik they kara tnearred. It la very likely tha or-etloa of tha ft me will ba laid ar far a y.r. r.ealtet ta laA iHllaa. Tat . Not. 1 Cbalrmaa Mrina Park, of tha pcpullit aaUoaal "r-:alatlna, a committee faetloa of taepopoiut prty opposed o Va. unl Cha:rwa Butler, baa re. riaotol tHo members of tha commit' t meat at 8u Louie Not. JS. fnairtnaa rrk aspects tha commit t" will map outiho poller that will p toe pert la the middle of tha ."'!. Can il it for aomlaatloa la 130 J wi!l ao ba dUcaia-d. Williford. Ark.. NaT. 19 Tba F.at MfmphI pToa. rotthboatd. wa derailed nrar hero tola morning and tha comNnatioa car weat lalo fprla; rlv-. Tiw chair car aad a taper want oter tba bank and both era barnl. J. U Hoorer. of TlatMnt Mo., waa fatal! in J jrM. Tr-nt.wo otbera waro mora or lca nerlooslr knrL A- rnla BUry. St J.xef h. Mi . Not. 19 -John Jotartoa, grl ioq taara and one month, marriad Mri. Mar Hendar "0. ajffld 77 yar. t.d. Thia la bolloTod ta b tha record fr tbo aiarrlaa of old oropU. Both bride and gtovm ate ia eicelleat health. ' trvtwrnf Tal ov. Wajhlt),rton. For. 19 Tba atate df parttnoat aeAooacea that tba Com pUor prlonr wre torned orer to loul (;arl La Moada, and will ba teat to w Tork tJa. W.t.ra iMMiiiv) a Ctdar KnpUN, l iwa, ot. J8. Tht anao'l ruoetiajr of tha directore of tha Wtvtora AM.ciatioa la toda ti4fain tha athtitatira cf Sioot r.tr and Umba for Tooiiaaad Rxk f M la te leaguo. w.i ta a-wia. Madrid. N -r. tt UVlr arrleeJ atLVraaaa t ,4r. Caplala Ueaeral Klrera anBV tha come lata pad 0atl.a rf tha l'ht llpina Uliada. Cb.ar. 1... Not. xa.Ta aleam 9. B'affOi. frcta Nw Orlaaam waa bnrnod tn tha ati'a odf- here and aak. All ca board e tea pad. wly attoa loa to a cold hathr alight or aertra. A cold inlc ei)prara whaa Dr. Boll's 1 ine-lar llaar la tahea. Tbl rem- It make) wak laaa atnag. 3) eeata at all dmi ctta. Maw ta raa a CMl Afiar aa atpnaart. or wbaa yoa feel a ea'-t coaiia, oa. take a doea of Fole'a Hone aad Tar. It never fail, fur ala by T. II. Tbomaa. fal -Ml Itw tmmi aara. AawoUtarrura) ry akarrr, ar TTIaraiMla. Awlru All Hta rtwpntf to ray aiOOMO. Oahkoh. Wli., Nov. 11 Iteary Rier ry. ona of lh areatett lumber operators and manufacture Wlewiln ever knew, a manwho"h-,d lrteresta In near IF tvrry norlaorn county, yesterday ava op the tight a-raln-t bu-lneaa mil fortunea and the hrtr.kaM cf uku and credit duo to hard timet, and as aianed all his van properties for the benefit of his creditors. The awiftnee Is Jamea W. Cameron, cf Milwaukee, fcr mr:y asoctattd with Sherry at Veupcr. TV la. For thrt or four years Hotiry BhTry has Wn aa!l!r. ckw to the lee fcekruptcy. and several tlmea clawed off only by extraordinary efforts of himself and friends. What kepi htm above water and main tained his credit was his verified asset--""-.th1 there was no a "scratch of Pen" against hi property. A couple of days ace 6e1s that had been held back were Clod amir the rcstofflce block In Xee Bab rated trr htm anil tha itn- eceaded. Kome of tha banks of this city aerunty. and to rave his es- wiw waatea ry attachment Pher ry look the atap Indicated above. Eherry mimaips dm cet,:s ard those of run cjata companl'S aa law than tl.000.000. Ha eatlmatea that his assets and thot cf the associate companies are sufficient to Pejr all the llabllltla If Judiciously handled lie - ' .-7 rill. KJU tba dollar. FINAL TRIAL TRIP OF THE IOWA. CaltknaJa He-wrlerf ta Have nehaved aa aa I.lperted. New Tork. Xov. 1T-Jh .United . nor, j, Rock Falls. III. Member riata battleship fi wa 'arrived at the Iirooklvn tavy yard ycttnlay. after ronrtuding her flr.il trial trip. Cnptain ParriFn said: "Th-re Is very Utile to ne said aiiout the I.ma s final tral trip. I relieve tnat the hoard of Inioetnrs III reprrl that the vessel is in every war eatMartorv. They will report ly leiegrapa U w a.'h'ngtca. We sallel snuth f r twetity.fimr hour-i. but at no time during the trip fil.1 we rewrt t . fi-rie.1 draught. "Tha Veeaelwas ur.d. r raluraidrauaht at! tha lime. After we hod sailed sr.utl. f" laenty-f-mr tvnvrutlve kours th-: ship was steered east f.-r an hour, and then northwest fer an hi.ur at h"r maxi- warn epred. hhe aitained alxnit Si per rer.L cf her maximum speed under r.ataral draacht. whl. h was about 13i knots, la her previous trtnl the rnt;lnes reItrred 1"S revoliithir.8 per minute, hut this was with forced drauhpt. On tt!s last trip the maxlmura attained was rlnety-f.nir revolutions. All the guns oa board wera fired n our way borne, and everything rissed oH very satUfartcrriy Irdf-fd." , Meki mt atHketo Dkpmnl Uouchtrfi. Mich.. Nov. IV The alrlV. Ira tramnxrs at Atlantic mine. 110 In arimher. threatens! to prevent the min ers work Ir-r last right, but the as-rm-Maa-e a a dl-v-red I y Sheriff Lean ar.d a firre of J. put Ik. The mine ia working with guards rs;ed. Fin af Ite VI later l a-naMles. OrtcnTllle. Minn.. NV.v. IS. Tirol rth- era. tleor-re ar.d H.tr-f r l'.r?wer. aged 17 ard II r-vpeetlrrtr. were drrwned while akatlng oa Store lake ycrtrrlay aft ersoao. Ore bnke thmuah the Ice ar.d the other iraggti unCcr while try ing to save him. rai af Rer. Oea. II. Hnnatitnn. Kea- Tork. Nor. it it Hoaghton. pastor of the i-hnn-k e h- Trarsflgutatlon. Nttcr known aa the -iiie v.iurca Ar.unJ the Corner." died hut nlKht. Jaa nw Han tha W BHd-Beater. turni"oa. Kn. IS Ti-. destrryrr Crane knd h.T cfUcial trial in Stokes bay yeetcrday. t'he rraie .1? knots per fccur. Tba mieiloa of Hcod'i Sarinriila it to eara diseata. and thou-anrfa of testlmaaiala prova it folSlls its mis- i . BIOS Will Arnold's Bromo Celerv cures bead. chee; 10. U and AO cenU. Bciit drag atora. ALL III THEIR MINDS. Th "Special" Reports That the - . . .. uia wanaaian-unfled States Cnference WasTa Fajlure. OBJECT THEREOF WAS ATTAINED, Aad a Cood Fonndatloa laid for Farther Aetloa Caaada Kot Farcins; Aay Gifts aa Facia fiajn; She Want. Coamakm for CoarewifNi, and There Comes la the Matter Now Fader Con-J deration Status af the Vexed Seal QaeaUaa. Washington, Not. 11 The officers of tho atate department were very much surprised at the reports of the total fail ure of the Canadian negotiations which appeared yesterday In several morning newspapers from their special corre apondenta here. One of the officials said: "That view Is not taken by the govern ment at Washington. The representa tives cf the Canadian government who have Just left this city did not come to Washington with any expectation of con cluding any arrangement or treaty dur ing their brief stay. They entertained views npon the question of the sealing regulations, and hoped to acauire accu rate Information as to the views cf our government upon the remaining ques tion which their preceding government In Canada had failed (o adjust. The only fact correctly stated In the jJuMicattona fea. w. wbitf. Hoard Director-, H. W. A. rVrcrrcd lo Is' that under tha favorable Iniluej-.ces pre-alllr.g the ecal experts agreed nprn a report. Jiot Mnklns; l"s Aay Preacnta. "This report will furnish a good bads for further action. It goes without say ing that Canada is not disposed to make a concersion upon the seals without some consideration Ti ranirln whii . . . - u . LIU II I clprocal conrfH-ion or concessions should ue is a question not yet disposed of, but continuing tinder consideration. There has not been the slightest check to the renotiatfons further than the inevitable delay In the apt tit ment of the sealing question. The Canadian representatives were ho-pltably received, frankly talked with and participated In a free and frank disrusslon. If ever Irritating ques tions can be removed between the two countries thry can be di.posed of under the administrations now charged with the conduct cf affairs in the United States and In Canada." Careraed by the Paris Award. Fome Interest conditions that will govern the seal no mors in tne future, supposing that no arrantremcnt ia arrived a. Kt n .v.- United, Plates and Great Britain for fur ther measures cf protection. In the ab sence of an Official statemert nn Itia ,. Ject an answer appears to be afforded by . k. , .... mi- laiiKuase or me award made by the Paris arbitrators. That body having in terms decided that the United 8tates had no right cf protection or property In the fur wals in Eehring sea beyond the three-mile limit from the shores of the fal Islands laid down a set of regula tions for the guidance of both parties to the agreement, prescribing the condi tions urdor which seals might be taken In the waters cf the r.orth Pacific and Itehrirg spa. These are the regulations that govern today, enlarged as they have been by mutual agreement. Rernlation Stand fbr Fire Tears. It ts provided in the award as Wllcwa: "The concurrent regulations hereby de termined with a view to the protection and preservation of the fur seals shall remain ia fcrce until they have been In whole cr In part abc4iFhed or modified by commcn agreement getween the gov ernments cf the United States and of Great Britain. The said concurrent reg ulatlc.rs ian be submitted years to a new examination, so aa to en- aoie nota interested governments to consider Whelhf-r in the litrhr rf n... Perierces there Is ocraEion for any rnod- i .. . . ... 1-L-aiu.n mereoi. - "t nis nrst term of Ave years exnlrea ahrtit the time i.- aeason clcses text year, and it is a fair aaenTTjpurn rrom the language of the award that falling an agreement on fur- STATKMEXT FROM THE COXFERREE&I Falta la Den-in; the Repotta of tha Spa. elala Vlaw af a Reprcsentatlra. In view of the recIal,. reports above mentioned Colonel Foster has made pub lic the following: "The representatives of both the United States and Canada who participated in the seal conference on yesterday at the residence of Mr. Foster deny that they have stated to any correspondent of the press or other person that the negotia tions have been broken off, cr that an ultimatum bat been presented and re jected. On the other hand Jhey state that the negotiations are still ia proa res.." . A dispatch from Minneapolis quotes Representative M. H. Johnson, of North Dakota, in an interview,, declaring that the sealing agitation te a mere ruse to permit a small and select party to prey on the treasury; that sealing confer ences are rtdiculous and expensive farces; that the destruction of the seal herds is to be ardently desired on grounds of the highest public good; that reciprocity with Canadn. l a nntinn senslcal and worthy of defeat. The seal agitation, he believes. Is be ing prolonged by men who are its bene ficiaries In salaries and fees, and who are in a ring. "The Parla tribunal cost mis country nearly 1:50,000," said he. In all we have spent $2,500,000 In the seal matter with not one dollar of re turns." AND JONES IS DOWN ON FOOT EIAU.' Say, Governor, Suppose Yoa Begin Tout Reform 8chcane Here. Dardanelle, Ark., Novi 18. A riot oc curred, in the public school Tuesday, tne result of which is that Professor Dick son is in a critical condition, a stu dent named Alley U expelled and the student's father, F. A. Alley, is in JaiL The trouble started ' when Miss Jonee, one of the teachers, attempted to cor rect young Alley for an infraction of the rules. Alley l a boy of 17 years and Miss Jones thrashed ifim. The boy took the punishment, but resolved on re venge, and at recess set f.re to the premise!. For this ofTerrse Profpssnr THnlrciMi at tempted to give the bry another thrash ing. Alley resisted, and in .the fight With Dickson had nil the Imtt f f k..i Ing the professors face into a Jtliy and mulcting dangerous wounds. . A free fight ensued and Alley's father came to his son's rescue. Officers stopped the fight and locked Alley senior up in Jail. OUTLAWRY IN BRADLEY'S STATE. Men Ride Klile Around t'nmolcttted Wo- straying the Turnpike Property. Cincinnati, Nov. 18. A special to The Commercial-Tribune from "CIrhn'n-me Ky., says: At 9 o'clock last night thlrty- nve mas::d men rode up in front of the court house square and gave three yells iur tne inauguration or free toll roads in Jescnmlne enunfv f . - - ...... j .i, mni ate on the Lexington pike and "the first gate cn iuc rwm tune were scon destroyed. An hour later another party of seventy-five horemen passed through here to the Sulphur-Well pike. The first gate there was cut into kind- linjT WOOd. Throe e-fltaa rtn K a TV. pike fared the same fate. Fully "CO rald- ei-i are out ana ret a gate will lie left. On the Harrodal Hirer TiltfA .1Uhtn-...U - "hi.i v aa 151- Me at midnight, probably of tho burning ""use at me last gate on the Keene and Versailles pike. WAS AN INNOCENT MAN LYNCHED? Ktte Attorney WhaProaeented the Indians i.oniraairt t hler Jnatlc Corliss. St Paul, Xov. 18. A Bismarck. TC. TV special to The Pioneer Press says: E. S. Allen, date's attorney of this county, wno assisted in the prosecution of Cou- dOt, Bars in relation In tha o. - - - ... n in it iiiv. i i Judge Corliss, cf the supreme court, that Coudot was innocent. "I challenge Judge Corliss to produce any document ur any eviuence mowing that Coudot waa nn Inn run. n i . . .. K.t.ut man. vv nfx uuuge Corliss says thct the conviction was in me iace cr the strongest kind of evi dence of alibi he is giving his opinion aS tO facts, and not lanr Tha enrc chow that the veracity of Dr. Ross tes timony was not orlv that the testimony Itself was thoroughly !llJViU. nf u. Thanks to Ills VSVll-WUhers. . Princeton. X. i dent Cleveland raid vcsir.t. t . reRortative cf the AsfociattdlTeFs: "The .u.ooer ana neartinrss cf the congratu lations we have received nn the hirtv. our son are so gratfeuily appreciated i un you would convey through the Associated Pr n. i,-i. 1,. tne KlnI people who have thus given proof of their friendliness." Guilty of Parricide and Mulelde. Saginaw, lllrh.. PTt shct and killed hla rathe. tv,. Eggert. last night and then shot himself u me tempie. The elder Eggert kept a saloon anrl Ti,T!., . , . . a.icii its Kartenaer. Troublearose over some trifling matter ..-.ami,,- to nia worK, and the young man. who had a furious temper, poured three shots from a rovnll'Cia test a tslo ii killing him instantly. NATIONAL PROGRESSIVE SYSTEM OF MEDICINE. Darcprt Healtfi Institute I Specialties: r"rT. Ta lMhe. Hrsrt, Iws, f0-- Llwr, Krrtcaa Oiaxkra ant Soual IM-. ) Ha Ml Tan. ! aaar r eJRf ft tk. ' DR. CON-NAUCHTON. naad,t!. aa-aaaart fcaax. 0 aa 2l Plenty of WHICH Suits and Overcoats that other clothing merchants may give you as good " for $10 or $12. We undersell them all on . first class made clothing. Plenty of 50c Underwear for 25c. All Wool ft 5 The Greatest Values in Furniture Lines, Without a doubt our ei stock as It standi to day is the grandest assortment of Furni ture ever shown to the buyers of this vicinity. More new goods, more new styles, better qualities and lower prices. Our Parlor Goods Our Fane? Rocker., our Couches, ate all models of beauty, built ' for service and comfort We carry the Dining Cha'r Stock of the three I jelties, as we do on all Diring Room Fur niture & Cap! Gl, rum m Promise OuTBipi Mill 5 fl t D)foRJ wmm mmmm Suits andOvercots AVE ARE SELLING AT Kersey Pants Worth $2 ItnVWUNJlili'UVl Ml 1 Is ill Lti. fax BUSY Pf OPLE e- .il,-- a Need proper nourishment, or they can't do their work properly. We don't know of any thing that id more nourishing than our beer. A case will cost you little money for so much bottled strergJh. Better try 1:. ROCK ISLAND BREWING CO TELEPHONE 1089. , "Honesty is 112 West Seventeenth Street. JOHW at. FABIDO. xtznxDon a con Painters and Decorators PAPD BASOm OATarraa, eta. Shop 419 Sercatsca'Ii itrcct for $1.50. TJLa.aia ' av c rll HI Av. the First Ue-stone Oa the road to inoceit," and we araa pretty Ion; way on that road. Strange to aay. we carry that mile-stone, "honesty," In our pocket. That la why every one of our jobs ii eonseienUonaly accomplished. DAVIS CO. r a. tA kffi I I 1? s I 3J4, S36 aad 3J8 Brady StreaV