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.THE'AItGUS. TUESDAY, 'AUGUST 7, 1906.
Official Canvass Shows but
Slight Changes in Pri
SURPRISE FOR CAMPBELL
Though He Has Larger Popular Vote,
Samuelson Has One More Dele
gate from This County.
The returns of the primaries, as
shown by the official tallies of the bal
lots, are not materially changed from
the results as shown by the unofficial
tables published in The Argus of yes
terday. The only feature of the official
canvass is the showing: of delegate
strength of Thomas Campbell and
Charles A. Samuelson, on the republi
can ticket for nomination as represen
tative. According to the figures of the
districts, Samuelson 's delegate strength
In this county is 19, while Campbell's
is 18, though Campbell had the larger
popular vote by just 300. Monroe CI
Reynolds carried the third district, with
four delegates. The districts carried
by Campbell are the first, fourth, fifth,
sixth, seventh and eighth, the latter
ones representing the vote in this city.
Samuelson carried the second, ninth
10th, 11th and 12th districts.
Th Dnmn-rn 1 1c- Voir.
The totals for the county clerk for
the county on the democratic candi
dates are as follows: For state super
intendent of public instruction. Caro
line Giote S5S; for representative, Urit
ton 427. Looney 129. Werts 21: for
sheriff, Donovan 521, Schleuter 5G.
Th Rrpnblirna Total.
The totals of the popular vote on the
republican candidates follow: For
United States senator, Cullom 2.112.
Webster 272. Yates l.63; for state
treasurer. Knoph 954, Messick C74, Rus
sell 1.R19. Sniulski 452; for superin
tendent of public instruction. Bangs. 1,
2.G0. Blair 855, Edwards 1.124. Kimzey
411; for congressman. McKinney 3.
f21; tor state senator, Landee 2,3 IX,
Magill 2.090; for representative. Ab
bey 321. Campbell 1.616, Reynolds 7CS,
Samuelson 1.31C: for county judge,
Parmenter 3,734; for county clerk. Hub
bard 2.95S, Pears 1,091; for" county
treasurer. Cox 1.626. George 416. Hutch
inson 59C. Peterson 803. Whiteside 874 ;
for sheriff. Bruner 1.115. Carey 190,
Cralle 14S, Doering 326. Kittilsen 1,994,
Reynolds 903; for county superintend
ent of schools, Ferguson 3,274, Mardis
In the county, on the socialist ticket,
Gibson had 84 votes, Mertz. the other
candidate for congressman polling only
The canvassing board completed Its
work at the county clerk's office today
and after it had adjourned it was found
that there was an error in the return
from South Rock Island by which the
full vote for D. W. Matthews as dem
ocratic senatorial delegate was 'not re
corded. Accordingly. County Clerk
Hubbard called in the judges of elec
tion of South Rock Island to rectify
Carrlrd Every District.
The official democratic vote in Mo
line is given today. This was omitted
from the unofficial returns yesterday
because no report had been made upon
it. With returns from the county com
plcte It is seen that J. G. Britton car
ried every delegate district in the couu
ty by popular vote and will therefore
have a solid delegation to take into
the senatorial convention.
On the first ballot for sheriff the re
publican county convention will, follow
lng the popular vote in the various pre
cincts. stand as follows: Bruner 76
Reynolds 70, Kittilsen 151. For treas
urer, Cox will have 14S votes to 97 for
Peterson and 48 for Whiteside.
Following the popular vote in dele
gate districts, Russell will have all
state delegates from Rock Island coun
ty in the republican convention on the
first ballot. For state superintendent
of public Instruction. Bangs will have
12, Edwards C and Blair 2.
Crrdrattaia Betas; Prepared.
County Clerk Hubbard wishes it an
nounced that delegates to the various
conventions chosen at Saturday's pri
maries may get their credentials at his
office after tomorrow noon.
Tables indicating the choice of the
voters under various heads as indicated
by the vote Saturday are given:
DEMOCRATIC VOTE ON REPRE
Britt. Looney Wertz
REPUBLICAN VOTE ON SENATOR.
Del. Landee. Magill
if everyone would rejolve.to re
main cool-headed (and live it) the
body woj.'ld .suffer less and the
we at he Man would not receive as
many ' " j m plaints. there are tuaes,
however, when tyus .seems difficult
to do particularly s ths true
when a fellow happens to viit the
wrong 'place for wearables. the
question s often ajked: "why will
-Some people take a chance? .simply
becau.se they don't know better. if
everybody only knew there would be
but one clothing .store in the tri
citiej and m. and k. would have to
.supply the whole community. as it
s, there are a lot of lucky people
who never take a chance, therefore
never have cavse to get overheated
the.se fortunate ohes buy their
clothing at m. and k.
Just at present M. & K. are unloading the balance of
their Keep-Ccol Outing Suits they are very light in
weight and the prices require a very light purse, all of
which adds to a man's comfort as well as his welfare.
Dist No. 10 4 433 . 112
Dist. No. 11........ 4 264 236
Dist. No. 12 4 291 202
Totals 41 2348 2090
REPUBLICAN VOTE ON REPRESENTATIVE.
Del. Abb. Cmpl.Rey.Sam
Dist. No. 1... 4 38 191 8C 73
DisL No. 2... 4 20,, 90 36 104
Dist. No. 3... 4 34 ,127 121 75
Dist. No. 4... 3 13 185 49 37
Dist. No. 5... 4 22 130 63 G7
Dist. No. C... 2 22 179 51 51
Dist. No. 7... 3 31 231 43 51
Dist. No. 8... 2 10 107 32 17
Dist. No. 9... 3 32 90 56 211
Dist. No. 10... 4 31 82 64 255
Dist. No. 11... 4 39 111 89 192
Dist. No. 12... 4 23 133 C5 219
Totals 41 321 161C 708 1316
Official Vote In Aledo.
Aledo. III., Aug. 7. (Special.) The
official vote of the republican party
was announced this afternoon, that of
the democratic party not being com
pletely canvassed. The republican
For U. S. Senator Cullom 1,110,
Webster 121, Yates 479.
For Congressman McKinney 1,528.
For State Senator Landee 1,107, Ma
For Representative Abbey 52, Camp
bell 44, Reynolds 1.259, Samuelson 426.
Ofllrlnl Vote In l!enderion.
Oquawka, 111., Aug. 7. Returns have
been officially canvassed in Henderson
county, and show the following vote:
For Treasurer Knoph, r, 172; Mes
sick. r, 167; Russell, r, 503; Smulski.
For State Senator Landee, r.
Magill, r. 417.
For Representative Abbey, r.
Campbell, r, 64; Reynolds, r.
Samuelson., r, 63; Britton, d, 17;
ney. d, 10; Wertz. d, 145. .,
If fortune disregarded thy claim,
Don't hang thy head in fear and shame.
But marry the girl you love best.
Rocky Mountain Tea will do the rest.
T. H. Thomas pharmacy.
AUTO RIDE FOR THE
Feature Planned by Hosts of German
American Press Association to
Meet Here Scon.
The coming convention of the German-American
Press Association of
Illinois, Iowa, Nebraska and Dakotas
in Rock Island and Davenport, arouses
a good- deal of interest. The fame of
the trl-cities will bring many more
delegates to thi3 convention, than have
attended the gatherings in former
years amrt this will be good news as
these men will spread this fame in
their publications in all parts of the
five states. An elaborate program is
in preparation to entertain the scribes.
The meeting of the delegates of the
four western states will be opened Fri
day evening, Aug. 24 at the Turner hall
in Davenport, where Mayor Becker will
make the address of welcome.
The press club of Illinois will have
its first meeting here in Rock Island
Saturday morning, Aug. 25. In the af
ternoon there will be held a joint ses
sion with the colleagues from the west
ern states. Then an automobile ride
will be taken about the three cities and
Rock Island arsenal. The big factories
in Moline will be visited. Saturday
evening the delegates will be honorary
guests at a banquet to be held at the
Rock Island club. The local arrange
ment committee consisting of Val. J.
Peter, C. Hellpenstell, C. F. Gaetjer
from here, and John H. Mueller of Mo
line, is hard at work to make the visit
of the members of the press a very
pleasant one in every respect.
"The Store That Saves You Money.
free with every
purchase in ev
Delicate woman will never become
strong, happy, hearty, free from pain,
until you build up your system with
the nerve-refreshing, blood-making ton
ic, Ilollister's Rocky Mountain Tea.
Tea or tablets. 35 cents. T. II. Thomas'
$1.65, $1.75 and $1.98 Ladies' White
Skirts $1.25. .
WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY BARGAINS.
AS THE ENGINE'S STEAM ISN'T ALL USED UP IN WHISTLING, NEITHER DOES
THIS STORE DEAL IN BARGAINS ALTOGETHER. BUT BARGAINS HAPPEN,
JUST AS GRADE CROSSINGS AND STATIONS MUST BE WHISTLED FOR AND YOU
HEAR OF THE BARGAINS OFTENER THAN REGULAR GOODS, JUST AS THE WHIS
TLE IS HEARD ABOVE THE STEADY PUFFING THAT DENOTES FORWARD PRO
GRESS OF THE TRAIN. REGULAR STOCKS ARE THE "STEAM" OF THIS STORE.
A ni nber of these handsome skirts were left over from the Profit-Sharing
Clearance Sale. We must close them out. Plenty of hot weather yet to
come. Story brief. .Price low.
Our Regular S1.25 Skirts 98c.
Read ad about Children's Taped Button Waist.
km HHa ter-&d mmm m
See window display.
MAKE PUT BRIEF STOP
MOLINE DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY VOTE.
Sup. Minority Rep. Sheriff.
o a F 6
PRECINCTS. a S o sf
t i a
First Ward First Precinct 2 4 Oj Oj 4 0
First Ward Second Precinct j 1 3 0 Oj 2! 1
Second Ward First Precinct 4 1 1) lj 2 1
Second Ward Second Precinct j 1 0 lj 0 lj 0
Third Ward First Precinct j 2 2j - 2j Oj lj 3
Third Ward Second Precinct j 1 lj 1 Oj 1) 1
Fourth Ward First Precinct j 3 3! 0j 2 3 1
Fourth Ward Second Precinct 3 0! oj 0 0 0
Fifth Ward First Precinct j 0 oj oj Oj 1! 0
Fifth Ward Second Precinct 2j 3j lj Oj 3! 1
Sixth Ward First Precinct j 4 3! lj Oj 2! - 1
Sixth ward Second Precinct j 2j 1 2 Oj 2! 1
Seventh Ward First Precinct j 2j 4j 0 lj 2j 1
Seventh Ward Second Precinct lj lj oj 0 lj 0
Plan of St. Louis G .A. R. to Visit Rock
Island Arsenal Abandoned.
The proposed visit of the special
committee from the Ransom G. A. R.
post of St. Louis to this city, for' the
purpose of arranging a trip over the
tri-citics, including the Rock Island
arsenal, for the G. A. R. delegation on
their way to Minneapolis has been
abandoned and the two iosts will make
but a brief stop here on their way to
the national encampment. Ransom
post will leave St. Louis by special
train over the Burlington Saturday
evening and arrive in Rock Island Sun
day morning at C o'clock. They will
take breakfast and board the train at
7 o'clock for the remainder of the trip
Blair pot of St. Ixuis will leave by
special train Sunday morning and ar
rive here in the evening taking supper
and resuming their journey immediate
ly. The St. Iuis posts of the G. A. R
are the largest posts in Missouri.
f i 1 1 1 1
2S 26 9 4jj 25j 11
DEMOCRATIC DELEGATES CHOSEN AT
PRIMARIES THROUGHOUT THE COUNTY
Following are the democratic dele-1 Port Byron W.
gates to the various conve ntions chos '. Linke.
F. Garnett, Julius
en at- Saturday s primaries In Kock
IJKMOCKATIC COUNTY DELEGATES,
First Ward First precinct, Dan Mc
Kinney; Second precinct, John Holz
hammer, Charles Weinberger.
Second Ward First precinct, John
P. Sexton, John Burns. Henry Khmer;
Second precinct, Carl Kaab, Anton
Kick, Joseph Holzhammer, Charles
Third Ward First precinct, M. M.
Briggs, Albert W. Henry, Joseph G rote
gut; Second precinct. Herman Seidel.
W. C. Maucker, Eugene Doyle, Harry
Coyne; Third precinct, Charles Smith,
Christ Theus, W. C. Hubbe.
Fourth Ward First precinct, John
Blake, John P. Sexton, Joseph Dietz;
Second precinct, Valentine Dauber,
Fifth Ward First precinct, William
Cochran, William J. Furlong, John Car
ney; Second precinct, James Lamont,
Ives J. Hoare. George P. Stauduhar.
Sixth Ward First precinct, George
H. Wright, John Ginane, C. C. Wilson;
Second precinct, William Lamont, A. J.
Seventh Ward First precinct, Jacob
Brandmeyer, Michael Cavanaugh; Sec
ond precinct, M. C. Bulger; Third pre
cinct, Louis Funkensteln.
First Ward First precinct, Edward
Coryn; Second precinct, John R. Day.
Second Ward First Precinct, John
Mullane; Second precinct, Cornelius
Third Ward First precinct. John
Foley; Second precinct, Benton Davis.
Fourth Ward First precinct, R. C.
Meyer: Second precinct. W. C. Allen.
Fifth Ward First precinct, Law
rence McKinney; second precinct,
Christopher F. Doran.
Sixth Ward First precinct, Charles
II. Rank; second precinct, Clarence 3.
Seventh Ward First precinct, Peter
Sinclair; second precinct, Henry
Cordova Frank Mullern, Louis Rey
nolds. Coe Charles Elpper, A. Saddorls. -
Canoe Creek J. H. Cooley.
Zuma William Filbert, George Nolo.
Hampton First precinct, Jacob Her
mes, John Glaus; second precinct, John
Walton; third precinct, John Vogel.
South Moline Third precinct, Peter
South Rock Island Emil Luchmann,
Charles Durman, J. I). Manheim, R. S.
Silvis, George Lukens.
Black Hawk Henry Franing, Robert
Kane, Fred Saulpaugh.
Coal Valley George Hillier, S. D.
Rural A. R. Donaldson.
Bowling Robert Young.
Edgington First precinct, Henry
Fatterson; second precinct, Perry Da
vis, James Venable.
Andalusia T. E. Cole.
Buffalo Prairie M. J. Kelley.
Drury Cornelius Hays, Fred Foster.
First District John Schafer.
Second District T. R. Lees.
Third District- Myron Jordan.
Fourth District Patrick Mullane.
Fifth District George H. Wright.
Sixth District C. B. Marshall.
Seventh District J. M. Schaab.
Eighth District S. R. Davis.
Ninth District Fred Schroeder.
Tenth District D. W. Matthews.
Eleventh District E. L. Marston.
DEMOCRATIC CONGRESSIONAL. DEL
First district A. Saddoris.
Second district Frank Wilson.
Third district John McConnell.
Fourth district Edward Jones.
Fifth district Albert Barton.
Sixth district James Wr. Cavanaugh.
Seventh district T. J. Collins.
Eighth district E. H. Hill.
Ninth district William Kroeger.
Tenth district C. B. Ellis.
Eleventh, diotrict A. W. Elliott.
DEMOCRATIC STATE DELEGATES.
First district R. S. Woodburn.
Second district G. B. Krapp.
Third district Edward H. Putnam.
Fourth district A. F. Lockhart.
Fifth district William Lamont.
Sixth district George P. Stauduhar.
Seventh district John P. Sexton.
Eighth district B. E. King.
Ninth district Frank Blochlinger.
Tenth district Cornelius Donovan.
Eleventh district Herbert Foster.
VACATION FOR POSTMASTERS
Ten Days' Absence Granted Heads of
Second and Third Class Offices.
Washington, Aug. 7. A l;ave of ab
sence for not more than 10 days has
been granted to postmasters of second
and third class offices by Acting Post
master General Hitchcock to .enable
them to attend the conventions of the
National Association of Postmasters of
Second and Third Clas Offices and the
Michigan Association of Postmasters
in Detroit Aug. 22, 23, and 21.
ThiiiwIrrMhovrem tonight find i!iif
ila: nnrmrr Wfdnf ml y.
J. M. SIIHRIER, Loral Korrrnnter.
Temperature at 7 n. iti., 72 at 3:30
p. nt., VO. Minimum trmprrature In 21
Imurn, 70; maximum, HH. Velocity
vlnil at H a. in., ft ml lex.
Insure with Bcechcr Bros.
Buy a home of Reidy Bros.
Anyone desiring safe See McKec.
Tri-City Towel Supply company.
'The Garden of Loven" at Totten's.
Money to loan. See Beecher Bros.
For bus or express. Spencer & Trefz.
For bus, baggage, express, call Robb'a.
Bargains in real estate. Beecher Bros.
"Just You' a popular song. Buy it
If you want to sell real estate, list it
with Beecher Bros.
Ruth's band will meet with MissGrot-
jan, 545 Twentieth street, Wednesday
morning at 10.
H. T. Siemon wants your tin and fur
nace work. 152C-152S Fourth avenue.
"Just You" and "the Garden of Ixve"
the latest song hits at Totten's Music
Tottcn lias a new edition of the lat
est song hits" Just You and "The Gard
en 'A Ix)ve."
Simser wants your picture framing.
Latest framing machinery. 1318-1320
Frank Young and Hattle Moore, both
of this city, were licensed to marry in
James 11. Stoddard has taken up his
duties as superintendent of the Tri-City
Sprinkler company, succeeding H. J.
Expert manicuring, shampooing and
thorough treatment of the hair and
scalp given by Mrs. Sol Levi, 73G Sev
enteenth street. Old phone west 59.
The Wallace Bros', circus passed
through Rock Island this morning over
the Burlington enroute to Aledo. They
gave a performance yesterday at Gen
eseo. The Altar Focicty of St. Joseph's
church has postponed the lawn sociable
which was to have been given Thurs
day evening at the home of Mrs. E.
Concannon to Tuesday evening,
Pleasure seekers will have a pleas
ant time in store for tliem at the lawn
BERRY COMES BACK
TO HIS OLD LOVE
Popular Cigar Merchant Returns With
His Business Plant to Rock
E. C. Berry has moved his ciKar More
aad billiard parlors back to Kock Is
land from Moline, and thus returned
to his first love. Mr. Berry was for
Koine time located on Second avenue,
but Feeing what appeared to be an at
tractive opining in Moline he located
his business there, although maintain
ing his residence in Rock l.dand. Ho
did not find the outlook in Moline as
promising as he anticipated. Mr. Ber
ry's new location is at 351 Twentieth
street, where he will be happy to greet
his hosts of old friends.
TO BEGIN RECONSTRUCTION
Corps of Engineers for Tri City Rail
way Company's Line Arrive.
H. A. Johnson, construction engin
eer for the Tri-City Railway company's
lines has arrived with his corps of as
sistants ami will take tip the ivcim
srtruction work at the street ear servieo
at once. The engineers ro making
lltcir headquarters at the Pclples Pow
er company building, Seventeenth
street and Firs-t avenue. The (iiai-
ters have been rearranged to meet
sociable given by the Ladies' Altar so- their requirements.
ciety at the residence of Mrs. Concan-i
non, 328 Eleventh street, Tuesday ev
ening, Aug. 14.
THAT EVERY DAY
Special Sale System of Ours
Is working fine. Many are taking ad
vantage of the bargain.-?. For tomor
row we win sen men s gun metai ana
patent leather oxfords worth $1.0(1 for
LAGE WATERS SHOE COMPANY.
1703 Second avenue.
Inflammatory Rheumatism Cured
Morton L. Hill, of Lebanon, Ind .
says: My wire had inflammatory
rheumatism in every muscle and joint;
her suffering was terrible and her lmdy
and face were swollen almost beyond
recognition; had been In bed for six
weeks and had eight physicians, but
received no benefit until she tried the
Mystic Cure for rheumrUtaui. It gave
immediate relief and r.he was able to
walk about In three days. I am sure It
saved her life." Sold by Otto Grotjan,
501 Second avenue, Rock Island-
Gustav Schlegel & Son, 220 West Sec
ond street, Davenport.
The lands of the estate of William
Ciinnni, deceased, in Mercer coiintj,
Ill.,consistin: of several tracts f line,
farm lands, and residence properly in
Aledo, will be sold by the rnasler in
chancery, for cash, on Saturday, S- pt.
1. '.';. at 2 o'clock p. in., at the north
door of the court house in Aledo, III.
The southeast quarter and the east half
of the northwst quarter of section
14-3 and the northeast quarter t-ectjou
7 and the northwcM quarter of tli;
northwest quarter of section K 11 1 and
several lots and blocks in Aledo. Ab
stracts may be examined at the office
of George V. Weils, Jr., Aledo, 111.
Acute attacks of cholera and diar
rhoea come on without warning ami
prompt relief must bo obtained. There
is no necessity of incurring the ex
pense of a physician's service in sweii
cases if Chamberlain's Colic, Cinder i
and Diarrhoea Remedy is at hand. A
dose of this remedy will relieve the pa
tient before a doctor could arrive. It
has never been known to fail, even in
the most severe and dangerous raws,
and no family should be without It.
For sale by all leading druggists.
YOUNG & McCOMBS YOUNG & McCOIYIBSlYOUNG & McCOViBS
Mothers! Children of Ten Years Ago Did Not
Have These Opportunities.
WE SAY THE CHILD OF 10 YEARS AGO, BECAUSE SINCE THAT TIME THINGS HAVE CHANGED. IN
RESPONSE TO AN EVIDENT NEED A LARGE WESTERN KNITTING WORKS EVOLVED AND BEGAN
THE MANUFACTURE OF A KNIT WAIST FOR CHILDREN, WHICH TOOK THE PLACE OF SEVERAL LAY
ERS OF BODY COVERING AND AT THE SAME TIME GAVE A MEANS OF ATTACHMENT AND SUPPORT
TO ALL NECESSARY GARMENTS SUCH AS PETTICOATS, SKIRTS, DRAWERS AND TROUSERS. THEY
DID MORE. FOLLOWING THE ADVICE OF THE LEADING MEDICAL MEN OF THE COUNTRY THEY CON
TRIVED THAT ALL WEIGHT ATTACHED TO THE WAIST SHOULD, BY A SIMPLE ARRANGEMENT OF
SEWED-ON TAPES, BE CARRIED FROM THE SHOULDER, THUS RELIEVING THE HIPS AND PELVIS OF
THE GROWING CHILD FROM ALL UNCOMFORTABLE AND DANGEROUS PRESSURE.
1 THIS WAIST HAS BEEN IMPROVED AND PERFECTED FROM TIM E TO TIME UNTIL ITS NEWEST
AND HIGHEST DEVELOPMENT THE APED BUTTON WAIST FOR BOYS AND GIRLS IS THE WAIST OF
We have just 30 dozens of these waists. They go. on sale tomor
row for two days at just one-half price, 1-2, 25c waists for 12c each.
All sizes from 2 to 12 years. See window display.
Read ad about white skirts.
YOUNG & ulcCOulBSl YOUNG & McCOMBS YOUNG & McCOMBS