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THE AllGUS, TUESDAY. OCTOBKK 23, 1!)0G.
GIVE AN OPINION
In Answer to Hypothetical Ques
tion Physicians Say Pa
tient Was Insane.
REFERRINGTO FATHER MACKIN
Examination of Dr. Ludewig is Com
pleted, and Dr. G. L. Eyster is
Placed on the Stand.
In the -f rruic court this morning in
1he Markin will contest the cross ex
animation of Dr. W. H. l.udewig was
completed, and Dr. .. I.. Eyster w:is
alle! to give expert testimony as t
anaemia anl its result on the ininil of
111- person afflicted. After Dr. Kyste-r
hail iinveivI a number of epie-stieuis
along general lines pertaining to the
diseHse, he was askeel the same hy mh
thetical question which was asked of
Dr. Ludewig. This question," covering
In pages ef typewritten matter, sets
forth the facts said to have been shown
by the contestants. Dr. Eyster, in
answer, stated as Dr. Ludewig did. that
if these e-omlitiems were assumed to be
true, the patient was in his opinion in
sane ami incapable of making a will.
Dec. 22. 1S;1.
HfiuK ' r Km iiiIiumI.
The cross examination of Dr. Eyster
is .being conducted this afternoon. The
contestants are Hearing the close of
their case, but it will be over a week,
probably, before the case is given to
Notice of Sale.
On Oct. 2. at 2 o'clock p. m.. there
will lie sold at pulilic auction on Mar
ket square', wue lot of household goods.
l-vie d iiKin by execution em a judgment
remit r d against Dora Hnlnu-r in favor
of Amanda Hassetl Pahl.
P. .I. UKVKRI.INC. Constable-.
WOE IN THE GAMP
Cummins Cancels Engagement
to Speak for Republicans
HUNTING FOR SUBSTITUTE
Axel K-ohler arid Johnny Rinck Scour
ing About for Speaker May
- Have to Call for Mason.
f OUT I
What's tin; us.-:- This is '"at isfiiot ion
headquarters.'" You'll always find it
The M. A: K. is ready to show you
a 8ii Hor h stock of lino winter wear
ables. We've planned and worked for
months and months :iml now our ta
bles are heaped hih, our eases and
shelves are running over with 11
wealth of luxurious thins-to-wear!
Every taste and purse finds full
contentment here in M. & K. F.etter
Clot hes and Lwer 1 'rices.
Suits, all the Xewest models.
$15 to $30
featuring the Louis
$15 to $32.
Any of these garments would cost
several dollars more if pn rchasetl else
where, provided, of course, you were
able to secure the same up-to-the-minute-features,
hih class tailoring,
In the Hood of nobby luimuvy
CIEIIMAX KNIT VKSTS.
see them they're just the
for chilly conditions indoors
The Ad Contest Closes
The Big White Store, Rock Island
Wor prevails hi the ramp ed' tin- re
publicans this afternoon. (love-nun- A.
H. Cummins of lenva. who was herald
ed lo speak tonight at the- ine-eting
whie-h was plaune-il to ilo something in
the: way of applying the lash, has can
celeel his encasement. He" was expect
ed to whip t he voters into line by a
fine- show of oratory.
When the news was iveeived the-
managers ot tlie nice ling prnceeeieei i
ge't bllsv in a desneiate effort to find
some one' to till (lie- governor's place oil
the program. Axel Kolile r ami Johnny
Killed; were running about !his after
noon attempt ing to preve nt the failure"
of the- whole- plan.
Maii Mil-, lit I to.
Tbeir work seems unproductive, and
tine sci'in at a loss to know who to
call in for the' occasion. Ii would be a
ioke if it he-came ne-e-e-ssarv to call
back Hilly Mason frenn the down and
on; e-lub as a last re-sort.
FINED FOR ASSAULT
ON VILLAGE MARSHAL
t. assess Lut half of 1 i-iill tax foi
st hool purposes. The latter t.-i on ;.
taken fen- the first time in -iie history
f the state. It is" announced that the
slate treasury had $2,18:I.(mh cash Oct.
i the largest sum -on record.
of War Will Speak in the
Washington. Oct. 2.1. Secretary of
War Taft is going to Illinois lo help
out S;eake-r C'aiiiKU in li s c.unpaign.
It is anuoiiiu-ed (hat the secretary w.Il
speak at Decatur and a; Wanvill'. . the
heinie of the spt akcr. Oct. -In. .Mr. Taft
will start nexi Friday 0:1 a campaign
tour lhat wiil lake lim as far west as
Idaho and will k. him busy until tin-eve-
of tiic- election. He will go first
to Haltin:oie and speak in Uepies;-n:
ative Wachter's district. His next ap
peaiaile-e- on tile siiunp will ! at
Cleveland. Lancaster ami Logan. Ohio.
Afte-r hi- Illinois nddivsses he wiU
speak at Omaha Oct. :!1. at Denver
Nov. I. ai I'ocat 'Ilo. Idaiio. .Nov. 2, and
at Itoise N'eiv. ::.
A Puzzle and Prize for Those Who Ate Wise.
THIS WEEK'S PUZZLE. IS TO FIND SEVEN CONCEALED LETTERS WHICH WILL UV.
PRINTED IN SEVEN DIFFERENT ADVERTISEMENTS IN THE ARGUS, ONE LET I LK IN EACH
ADVERTISEMENT, THE COMING WEEK. FOLLOWING ARE
Ii i i luinishcs the comet, or nearest in the
To ihe pen-oil
will be given.
mi ii i t lit.
h pii' $:
To the person who hrsl furnishes the next nearest to
1 1 et lit. a pi ie n $ 1 e a:-h will b
CLERK IS HELD
Julius DeLede, Shot in Skirmish. Pleads
Guilty Another Fined for Sell
ing Skim Milk.
charge of as.-
ede plead guilty in the
ye-stt rday afternoon to a
ault and battery, and was
fined and e-eists by Judge E. E. I'ar
meiiter. DeLede- was placed unde-r ar
re.t by the marshal at Kast Medine.
ami wilt ti he n sisu-d seriously the
niarshal shot him through the !e-g. Ik
was repre'sente'd by Jolin Loony.
I.e-e Kobinson jde-ad guilty this morn
ing to an informal ion e-hargiuv: him
with .-eMing skim milk at the Crown
nstauiant. He was tilled $ln and
cos-ts by Judge I'armenter. The ot.n-r
milk dtalers ami restaurant men
again.-; whom informations were" tiled
some time ago are1 to be given Inarings
toimirreiw afteitioon in the- county
JUDGE WADE WAS
AT TOULON ON TIME
A. S. Porter of Battleship Rhode Island
Accused of Thefts.
Iioston, Oct. 1'::. A. S. roller, who
was pay clerk for Paymaster Dexter
Tiffany. Jr., id' the battleship Rhode
Island, has been formally placed under
arre-st on tiiat ship on the charge of
having misappropriated funds. He will
be tried a! the Charleston navy yard
Friday ne xt be-fore a special court mar
tial. Paymaster Tiffany and Porter
weie- relieved ahemt a month ago pend
ing investigation of an alleged short
age in the fuuels of the Rhode Island.
It is alle-gt d Tiffanv has paid the navy
department neatly $1ii.iniii i() cover de
ficiencies and has re-signed.
ANOTHER EIGHT-HOUR ACT
President Orders Inquiry Into Work on
Great Lakes Contracts.
Washington. Ott. Piesideiii
Roost v Ii has itist rue-ted District At
torney Sullisan at Cleveland to investi
gate alleged violations of the s-hour
law by govei mm in e-ont i actoi s o:i har
bor improvements on the great lakes.
Mr. Sullivan tailed a the White House
to report on tin- Standard Oil trial ai
Findlay and the new e-videnei- brought
out I Here, which is to be used b him
and formi r Distiict Attorney .Morris in
of Chicago in the oil rebate prosecm
HOLDS COURT ON TRAIN
Covered Gl Miles in 10 Horse Power
Runabout Yesterday in Just
Judge M. .1. Wtide of Iowa, City, who
let! Rock Island ytsterday in an auto
mobile with a limited time- in which
to reach Toulon, where he had an en
gage nie-nt in eourt. was delivered safe
ly and in good season at his destina
lion. Ceorge Yaggy-in Robe-rt Smythe'
n-horse power Maxwell runabout.
w hilled him across the ;i miles of
rough intervening roads in three hours.
They left this e ity at 1 ; :;i a. m.. and
rriei at Toulon at 1 p. in. Tlie
chauffeur returned at his leisure in
the afti rnoon and was at home by
lark. Auto experts consider the run
remarkable for a runabout, e-spee-ially
when the condition of the roads and
the fact that the driver had never been
over the route is conside-re'd.
The funeral of William H. Caldwell
will be held from the home. 111'
Third avenue, tomorrow morning at
In o'clock. Rev. O. W. Lawrence, pas
tor of the Memorial Christian church,
will conduct the services. The family
hits re(iiesled that no flowers be sent.
Ituiial tiikes place at Chippiannock
The remains of (lustavus Oleson.
who died at Dccorah. Iowa, jesterday.
wer brought to this ciry this morning
and the funeral was held from Mrs.
Frank Larson's residence. 1:: Fif
teenth street this afternoon. Rurial
took place at Chippiannock cenu-tcry.
A SPARK IGNITES POWDER
Three Miners Killed by Explosion in
; Pittsburg. Kan., Ocf. 2::. Three
Austrian miners were killed and a
fourth probably fatally injured yester
day by an explosion of powder in a
niine near Mineral. 2" miles south of
Pittsburg. The miners were getting
jhots. ready fer slmt-firers and had sev
eral open "jacks" of powder, each cem
taining 12 pounds. A spark from the
lamp in the cap if one of the men fell
'nte an open ke-g, causing the explo
sion. The sheets of flame which swept
ilenvn Ihe entry burned every man
there. The dead men were literally
Will Eliminate State Tax.
Madison. Wis.. Oct. 2:1. The state
) i:i rd of assessments yesterday voted
,i eliminate ::11 state lax this year and
Authorities Fear Attempt to Lynch Al
leged Assailant of Girl.
Maple-ton, Iowa. Oe-t. J.'!. Court was
he-Id en a Neirt h western train at Maple
t,n yesterday, and Claud! Fisher, ac
cused of assaulting Miss Minnie Raker,
was bound over in $2. nun bonds and
taken to jail at Onawa. The author!
tie-s tea red an attempt might be made
to Ivnch him.
se el! let 11 s vh ich will be
j will be plilll'-d ill III- size
printed pell tin- nam- of ;( tow n.-.hip in
ami si le of t pe a shown in I he m . I ;
l I I. Old lollllt'
!ach ;hi:;wi milt give ihe wold and name 'f the- ad vet i i m im hi in which
The colite-sl nii ns Mml.iy, ) i L'J. and o.- s Smida . Oct. All npl
A i guy oltie-i liv mail ir ol li'tw i-e not latel than 7 o'eloek Sumlav m u ning. Oct
plaee-el ill an e-nv oie and addli s-ed P.l.zle llditor. The- Aigus, ami b. ai ihe fill)
lh conte stant.
ac Ii I' tin a ii a i cl .
ies IllU.-t Ir.ll'll 'I be
A n- w i-i s inn t ,e
II. nil and addle.'- of
Last Week's Prize Winners.
The prize w inners in last w eU's puzzle ote;t we-ie-:
FIRST PRIZE, $2 Mrs. Helena Samuelson. 1407 Thirty scconel street. Rock Poland.
SECOND PRIZE, $1 Mrs. C. B. Dctrick, 807 Twenty fourth street. Rock Island.
The- winner - 1 1 1 in a list ot J27 sentences
plicated in t!ie li.-t and L. were i ii-orn-t . While
est number of eorte-e-t ones was a li-t of M, e-ve-iy
212 of wiiieh w i 1 1 col t ee I . Tw 1 1 f i id -iic- Wei
inane oilier large li-t-, we le- submitted. Ihe next
one- ed' which was cotree t.
SAVE THE WOMEN
Protection From Forced Pattici
pation in Politics Asked
BY MRS. CAROLINE CORBIN
President of State Association Oppos
ed to Fiina'c Suffrage Uses
t 'eirbili. pre side-ll
Explosion on Launch.
St. Paul. Oct. 2:!. Peter Thul. Jo
seph Thul ami (le-i'rg SchnIIe. we-n
seriously biinte-d ami Mr. and Mi-.
William Schnedle n-e-eive-d minor burns
by an e xplosiem in a gasoline- launch
on the- Mississippi river yesterday.
You can't af
ford to be with
out them, as
they arc very
good and cheap
this year. Have
eral cars of
York and south
ern apples; very
fancy and at
Call and ex
suffrage- of women, has aeidr-ssd a
letter to Le-ssing Rosenthal, chairman
of the- commit te-e- en the' municipal suf-tiage-
Chicago charter conventual, in
which she- elwells on the re-latieiu of
woman suffrage t tin propaganda of
re-volut ionary socialism, which she ele
clares a most active- am! stniiiious foe
eif Christian civilizat in.
I4 TnillH I .I r !.
Mrs. Corhin elecat-s in the h-iter
any economic sche-me whieh puts
woman upeiii a utilitaiian equality with
man and make s lie-r his mipe't it or in
the- market places, winks to the- de--st
ruction of he r vain- as a home mak
er. whie-h elepriv., li-r ed' that value
that alone (its he-r fr ihe duiii-s f
mot he-i hoeid by abrogating marriage
and e ue'ou raging promiscuous re lations
between se-N'-s. and must expeet to be
.iudg-l according to its in tit by tie
world at large.
Mioulil llf lrol-il-il.
"We ask that you will reniember
your mothe-l's, wive-s. the women of
yui home's, and by your action pro
te-e t the in freuu the- evil designs ed' so
cialism, that vein will guard tlie ni from
forced participation in political strife
and e-einte-nt ion whose atmosphere will
le-nd to re-due-e' them to the coarse and
inate-rialistic le-e-l ed' the- soedalu t ic
ceine-e-plieui of w emiailhood."
distiiisi e ii-ati d by th- opposition
jiless. He adde d that the e-e-ollotllie- p i
sitii.ned' tin gove rnment was elesperate.
ORGANIZE ''PEOPLE'S LOBBY"
Civic Reform Bcdy Elects Temporary
Officers at Capital.
Washington. Oct. 2:.. Memheis of
ovi-iimig eomii.ltt -e o II
Lobby." a e-ivie- I'feilin
li;e::t. met at 'he Raleigh hot
day and ebeied Mark Sullivan
Ye i U teiupeuaiy chairman and
Alan if Kintue-k t e-inpora rv
" I N o
ot N( w
taiy. Comniitte-e s we re appointed to
draft plans for the- establishment of a
petiaamtit bureau in Washington. A
tonioi row's meeting it is said a deii'i
ite s llellle- Wiil ( It t - II! i II i d Upon
for the weuk to lie done (he- first ye-ar.
Ae-e-oniing to one of those inti listed
in the- movement the object of the bu-te-ail
t be e-stablisheil lle-te wiil In
to scrutinize legislat i :i and keep a
re-e-ord of the weuk done by congivss.
BOSTON'S BARBER REGULATIONS.
Board of Health Orders Serilization of
All That Barbers Use on Customers.
A .-pee- ai dispatch In. in lioslon. Ma
". !:niti to tin' N. . Sun gives new
regulations of the- IJoste.n It-oard ol
he alth as to barb r shops: "Mug-.
s!iaing luii-i.i and ra.ois .-hall b
stiiiliid after ' a e 1 1 separate u-e
t!i't-d'. A s palate-, e b all teiwe! .-hall
be- u . -i I for each peioti. Material to
stop tile llejw eif blood shall be u.-ed
eill! ill poWiie re el teillll. alld ,'lppiii el oil
a towe-1. I'owile-r puffs ate proiiibiti'd."
'ileleir Ne-wbro's " I I I ii' ii le" is
iise-d lor face or .-e-alp after --having or
hair cutting, then- is no danger of in
e-e-iion. as i; is antiseptic, ami Ii i 1 1
the himltuf1' germ. Sold by hading
diu-jgists. Send li'e- in stanii- feu
sample lo The Merpiciele 4'o.. De-tliiii,
Mieh. T. H. Tliomas. special agent.
news all the time
GIVEN A SENTENCE
Pleads Guilty to Indictments for Em
bezzlement and Will Serve
Time at Joliet.
Jolie-t. 111.. Oct. 2::. Howarel S. Ha
ke r, preside-in of tin Hank of Krank
feut. III., whie-h ie-ent!y failed, ple-aded
guilty tod.iy to twee inelie-tnie-nts for tm-be-zh-ine'iit
and was given e-one-urre-nt
sentences f 1 te la years.
3 FALL BEFORE ASSASSIN
700 Twelfth Street
-J UUIII M 1 A V J 1 -U Q
Woman Killed, Son Wounded,
Neighbor Fatally Shot.
Cole Camp. Mo., Oct. 2:!. While
Mrs. Alice Wineiuill r. a widow, was
sitting with h-r live children in their
home seven miles from Warsaw, shots
were lireel through a window and Mis.
Wineniiller was instantly killed. Her
son. ageil 14 years, was badly wemnel-
eel. Felix Crawfenel. a neinhbor. who
hear! the firing and hurried to Jhe
scene, Vas shot ami died two hour
later. His son-in-law. .1. A. Long, is
charged with having dene the shoot
ing, using a shotgun.
- -V-V 1 - i 1 ,-
yyy J u v. ) e -r j
3 uv us irviTrawiF
Unusual Coat Values 12.50
IS not tin; reason.i 1 Ic price .tlom? Unit Inis
crtNitcd hvvizr. dcinanil for llnso co.ifs, hut
the smart styles and tine materials. We have
never title! red eoat.s t he. ettial of llicsi; at any t hinn
like siu.r . Mailt; ol! Iiyht -wtuuht Utney in llaek,
lilne. brown; ' inches loni; yokn Imetl. ami have
velvet collar, edjjrd with silk braid: cutis art! also
trimmed with braid. Finished in detail like many
of our higher priced coats $12.50.
Ecuador in Severe Straits.
Quit. Ecuador, Oct. 2::. President
Alfaro has informe if th assc-iuldy that
it is impossible te contract a lo-an In
Europe em ace-oiint ef the fee-ling jf
Broadcloth Coats 18.50
rai-ineb e-oais. full stilin lined, and
conn- in Ida k. brown, castor,
blue ami reel: hamlsoinely trim
med w itb braid ami
Broadcloth Suits $25.
22-inch snug lit I ing jackets an
a 1 1 1 a I i el tiimnieel with btaid
ami ve lve t : full ph-ate-d skills;
re-fined steles, and hae atliaet
eel iiiik Ii cei'iim nt :
AUTOMOBILE COATS $75.
Om- is of Itussian I'ony. is L"
inehes long, full lim-el. ami
has fine shawl e-ollar of seniih-e-rn
be aver; warm.
An it In r is of It! tided Hal. is
.:'. inches long, ami lined
throughout with silk I'mi-le-d
satin: has a large-
Armstrong Shoes 3.50, $4
I'll plan to procure a
requirements of the-
ulted in the selee-tion of
lim of shoes that would meet the 'a-l inu
most critical ami fashionable eln-ssers, re
"Arms' rong" Sfii s. Ask l se e- the-iu.
In points of style, fit and service, perhaps no other shoes made
will furnish an equal degree of satisfaction as that obtained from
the "Armstrong" Shoes at $3.50 and $4.00 a fact attested by the
constantly increasing demand for them. Made in patent colt, vici
and gun metal leathers, in widths from AA
to D. Per pair $3.50 and $4.00
The "Playmate." a stremg, serv
iceable shoe for children's every
day wear; lace style, made of
best calf skin, have wide toes
and extension sedos: si.e-s ! t
s. $1.1.".: su to
Women with te-ndr f will
I'm I our Cushion Shoes a I'-al
joy: made eif seift comfort giving
vici kid. ami have low. flat heels,
and welt soles. Come in all
si.e-s ami widi lis;