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SUTTLE GOES FREE
THIS IS THE BEST
GALLERY OF CAMPAIGN CANDIDATES
Peoria Man Discharged byCourt
and Indictments Against
William Jennings Bryan Holds
That the United States is
Most Advanced Nation.
HELD FOR EMBEZZLEMENT
ECTURES AT THE ILLINOIS
Prosecution Originally Commenced
Arizona Foils Aqnin Four Are
i ri -f
1 - - 4
Subject is '"Old World and Its Ways''
Speaks at Augustana and Dines
With Press Club.
THE ARGUS. WEDNESDAY. MARCH 27, 1007-
nmtioii ii si
Gest this morning allowed liu
In quash 111'1 imlietineu s
Herbert A. Sutlle, tin- !'(': ! I
He man indict 1 lm upi'i-a! in ;
a ciiiiliili'iicc iniir ami lor in' .I
Hunt. Tlii' imliiiim nts weir quaslc
;uiil the defendant r h -a 1 . Arguim u
mi I ! i motion wore heard by tin- nri
f;ii unlay, ami I lit mailt r was l.ilvii
uinlt-r a ivi -i tii' lit . li will In- iva a --i
bend lliat ihe prosecill i-ill tii' 'in' ea--'
against. Sulilf was eomuii need liy II.
I.. I . tilt' 'liafm in inn lliat Sulil"
liail t mlir.ii il $1 I."'"'1 1 1 )i i : t!li (' .
press Gold t' Copper Mining coiiipaiu.
Two indictments were i i'I in ni'il by th"
grand jury. The pi n. i ci;i inn wa - lir. i
attempted a: Ptescott, Aii.. am! when
it. failtd. Sulllo was ;im s'ed in Ptori.i.
I.att r tin- r;iM' was smiled here. Th-'
charges mow nut nf a mini' transae
linn, ii being claimed thai Smile was
p i vi ii a sum nf money in purchase the
mine. 4iii-l lira! lie n taint d $tl.."H'i n;
I lit aninunt. pin chasing I'm mining
pinpi'ity ai a prim that much lowr
than Ihi' an "unit hi- Mcmrii from 111
company. Ki-liw mi t hy iVi: ' Wt il l 11 y
It pit -ell 1 1 -i Suttlo. Tin iti'i h'! 1 1 ! - 1 1 1
were I'duihI tn l;t- faulty in t li.it two
eiilllf.s Uric Odiiplcd together ill o!ir
I-ih-m lliiiirrt' IIi'itith.
Judge (if.-t tii';.; morning i: .-ni .1 il -citts
of divorce tn hair wivi .; who
biought suits against their h nsha ml s.
Tin- cases in which decries were en
tiled Well- as follow:- :
Alice Robins vs. Arthur (". Roiicri -on
grounds nf iuliih lMv. Complaiuaat
represent! d hy K. V. Olmsted.
Mamie M. Cale vs. Edward .1. Cale
en grounds nf in tidi !it y. (.' implaiuan!
lepliselitid hy Sweeney ,V- Waiter.
D Elda XitiinnT vs. John 11. iiiumr
.Ii.. lor lieseiiinii en day of ihtir ma"
Hagc. Jackson, llutst Stafford re;i
1 csetltod l!ie cnlllpl:! inallt .
Mayino V. Amhisou vs. Herman A'l
(ici.-nn. Inr ilesi-rtinii. Complaina.1'
rcptesi lit I'll hy II. M. McC:i-krin.
4 ui ""' '
in;, i.urirf osti'.o.m.
in i'a 1 1 i.-au
a Ii !;
1 r l.nuis (l.-lniiii, liu
I he ( 'it ieiis' Nun I'a 1 1 isan a -fie
a hh rn:a n nf I he Se en ' h
I I t ei inu in M t in !y : h" : u pnnfl
iisstici.ll inn. hu: p: lie! icaily I '!
;it i. in
!'l! . .
;4t m i ai
w i: hilre
as wi li
( ii is.
IS FOR UNION LABOR
t!". ii. te'ictai 'c (ni
in place a caiidiiiaie
i li p! TT Henry Ht-uc
w i he ilesii'icra' ii'
led l;,;it :n-'t
'Kis Hit lie ;
le ward, f -fllvz, i
at d i.-.xues wi: in
Hu- ward . 1 1 ' ;
CiilUlll!! tlT C
O.-ilntU. He '
canvass nf the
vnlei-, aie ca
wcinhin.L; i ht
Dr. Ostnun spent
. . i !
in .! n!t in-, ami since his parents "JO veai
a'-io i 1 1 T t the home a! (ill ImhI v-l'inir;h
! si n et. In has lueii a resilient nf th
warn in litis ciiy. lie l a
n AiiLUi.-tana college and id
universities. He has heeii
;n .uL;iisi:ina. a; me i;insas
cnlloi;!', ami at I'psala cnlleux
leisey. After caielttl prepilta
ineaeil ill ItncK l.-l.tlld seven
1 eiiuimed in I he nraeiici
inn as a specialist.
in the i'etip! .
V ell! t
I Sl .iilliil;
! I ' aeiier
' ' nt
' ' I
, ea i s a '-a i
nf hi.-, ptv.t
lie li'uv lias an nllict
i X.i ' it .i: ii I bank buildhi
his hny'ie.'d d;n
ci ii ;l
f llncK Island,
lilt; Thirl v-t i:
H.ii n i
He is the highest
aii vi. i ciiizeiihip.
;iml his wift
;iiid his son,
type of represent
nf 1 lei'h niiUIll
colli 1 jc'nl s.
K i u m
I'I 'I III he I -".I.
H. Wi .1,
Wi lulu r
A'..' : -
Hut :. -.
! i i i I ; i i i
'. ' e i.i ,i w no ciiii uceu t ii over
Contractors Citizens' Candidate
Mayor Has Dealt With Make
The follo'vitii; siatcment i.. in in
cu'ilieil 1 1 ri iimhout the ciiy in n
nt .lame.-. MeNamara's candidacy ,' r
lliao- by the Citiziii' Noll I'.uli mi
asst a iat it hi :
"Our alleii'ioll has been called In ie
finrts ciiculati d. 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 i 1 1 ; a In tin ( ft' el
that .lames McNa ma t a . caiuiidaie ''n-
the nllice nf llliiynl' nil I he cit i i lis' ll.i.l
pait;-an ticket, is an tippoiieui of unio-i
labor, and ha.- in the past foimbt th'
labor unions of nur c ity. We desire !n
lirtind these stories as absnlute tai- -lioods.
We hav hiindled conli.icls for,
fir have individually worked for Mr.
McNamava in many of hi.; huihlimc n
ti iprisi s in this city ami wi I'cel th .!
it j.-. only justice to him to say that hi-,
attilude toward the labor unions and
union worktm ti ;;( nerally has been ah-t-olutely
"He lei.., not in any wise ;mi immiiz d
the interests, of union labor. Inn on th"
oilier iiiiti't. me; mveti union v.-irk'i:'-n
the ill fen nee on aii .jobs, and has
p(.ssi!.'e i.ecision shown trieti
ship for iicli ot :;aui.at ii .lis. Thi
liietil is th'" to Mr. McNamata :is :i
matter of simple justice. Any slat -rnetits
to the contrary are malicious
falsehood. ;. circulated for poliiica! if
feet and for the purpo-e of dect i via;;
the local labor union members.
"i:e--p( ei fully submii n il.
"I-'. W. Schroeiler. formerly of ft'-.n
CULLING S FROM
he Wil'-lnll - nl ia I hi
Chairman Joseph Ciiotti.
i nun rat ic t tnwnsiiip
as ea lied a meet h;; of t ht
ut of th
commit ! ('
eotnm.it i e
"m th-. i
wim tue. al leinianic camli
S o'clock tomorrow evenini;
l.iiil lo complete plans for
'II attended meetim;.; were
Sixth wind last eV. iiin-; by
'I'ii.' poakoi s, w ho wi re
prect.deil th.e oralory ;ii
'I'he ih nrier.i
stream one ail i'i
is coiapos-.d nt ,!ni
Ihe I'iist ward, li'
the S.'cnn-I. W. C
Third. Villi ui iiie I la
William Trt 1. iitiu
in the l''iih. and (
1 e i : : .
iiin Hoi .'a. i m
tliV C We'.
r ai i
in I '
ia t i
And now the;,
iliee tot' ciiy el.
t ';i.-1-. I ill nf I lie
down in the K'ls
is ;i liith- swap
pleasilltr to th-' Ii pi!
t hoimh il. w ill it ovt
ihe parties to the
iV 1 il'O
i! . ili.sin
I tow ii ami
ih.it is inn at .
ei'-.iii machine. ;
da iii,i;"i,u only
trim a- Unii. TI
.tin li;tiiim;tied a
it). posed of hovs.
lie and Kit'
cent h st a, '.
:i T in ;
: i r w ,
n II -iil
owed hij usual line of talk. a.
I in- characteis of tho.-c w ho (iil
n Ii i ;n in municipal
found in the
s ca!h. I
lie cii :
tliiil he coul
l it-kt t and de
do wiih it.
ib i. I i. in that has lie. i
ia! he wa
. (' i. 1.1 ill
lint -.(' !
ilied ! o il.!
h -. i'"
a i s a
i re I k-
(l"( hlle !
II- ill 1 i I'll I
, I will make Ihe
1 1 1 r-ii mil wiiii tin
McCadtiti in a
hit raii;:'u 1 yo.-iei-;
for I ti mil l l ." n
EnLluisiastu; i raiscn
arc lxjinn Hhoworod on
us for the beauty oC
our display of smart
which excel invaiiety
and exelusiveness any
exhibit in this vicinity.
We call special atten
tion to our misses' and
children's hats for im
lis announce noomlav meet.
!n' ihe it main-h-r of the week.
( f tomorrow beinu ;it the Knck Is
I'inw ((impiiuy's simps, Friday at.
Move laetnrv. and Salimlav :,i 11...
le'fk I land hiiu.i;y factory ami the
n orpe ti.te luiL'uy lactory. Mr. Mc-
Naaiiira and otheis will speak.
The sra-.-s that McCaskrin was ile-
Mioiieii- in srinv in tn,. streets tf
i.-k:imi i.i six inonins nine a vcar
Hid a:ro. tiiiuht he sown in ib
alleys by the police department :
liiiil ihe wheels of the Wilson tlnif. th
uili- lars ilrive be not soiled. .Nothing
sliomd he b tt undone in the few
inaimiiir weeks when this gentry shall
lie piivilefed witli nocturnal visitation
io make it as pleasant and inviting
Three mi et iim
- itizeiis I'm- tl,i.-
will be held at T:H
and Twt iity-.sect.nil street
Market square at 7: In p.
are scheduled hy Hi
eveliin-;. The first
il Fourth iivenu
l tie next at
in., and th
last at s:.,u at Seventh avenue and
Fifteenth street. Hope Thompson will
oe the principal speaker at Marl
Hon. William .lenninus Hi van la it
veiling ajjain delighted a largo audi
nee at the Illinois theater, tpeakiii-'i
under the auspices ol the Augustana
Lyceum on "The Old W ot id and l's
Ways." The lecture was inure in Iiie
nature ot a discussion nt tlie
uhject than a lecture, and had
nolhiiiu nf the guide hook stamp In H
I'he git i't commoner has been tin
guest ot the tliree cities on toiiuer o
t asions. and many nf those who h id
heard him speak then thronged th
theater last evening, together with
many who hail not before had the o:
port unit y.
Mr. Hi van was introduced hv Dr.Ciiistav
n diet 'ti, president nf Augustana col leg
Dr. Andreen in his mt roduci m y i
marks recalled an incident, when ;
Yale he had chastised a fellow student
because he had endeavored to disiu
;i Hryan meeting. Dr. Andreen was
ic publican, hut wlifti the speaker was
not uivi-ii a fair deal, lie fought for
In opening his remarks. Mr. Dry.
took occasion lo say that he was u
to speak id' politics. holding that
events are taiKing muuiv eiioitgn ,-o
that it is not ni ce.' sarv for hiai t
m mi I p imiNi.
In opening his lecture, Mr. Dry.r.'.
confidentially told of the planning '-e
and his wife had done for the trip
around the world. Kecogni.ing ' ;
educational Viil'ie, they took their clu'
lircn out of school in order to give
tin in the advantage of it. "If I had
lift this cnuntrv on the trip around tho
world as a pessimist. 1 would have r
turned an optimist." The conclusion
of his optimism is that after a clo-c
range of ail countries, there is no na
tion so good as the rutted States, anl
no pen':c so far advanced .and wiio
are doing so much for the advance
incut of civilization as the Ameiicans.
f 'iiiiiiii-Lhiiiin ill Scriirry.
In the course of his pictures vf
scenes in foreign lands, Mr. Divai
drew comparisons tending to show hh
belief thai scenery as magnificent a;
anv nl tnt old world can bo lound ni
the Fnited States. He spoke of Da
masons, the oldest city now in exist.
lice; Stockholm, beautiful because
f its adoption as a summer resort, and
Constantinople. Ihe natural capital ef
the eastern hemisphere. A number of
rivers of Kurope were mentioned, th.
Rhine and the Danube, and the Colum
bia he declared wjis t no cnual of anv
f Iht-ni in pict tit osquencss. Lake Ta
Hop in the Sierras, he said, was th'
qual of any nf ihe hikes nf Ireland.
Scotland. Switzerland or any of the na
tions of Hurope. The speaker told ol
i night spent in a boat and watching
the midnight sun. He called attention
to the view upon which one looks frotu
the top of the horns of llatton the
mount, of the lteant it tides ami cun-
hided his description of ihe wonders
if nature by reference to the Kinchi t-
jtinga peaks ot the Himalayas, inos.
mountains pierce the sky at an eleva
tion of more than i;S,mi) feel. Sunrise
on these mountains, no sain, was cie
most sublime view upon which he ha 1
At'iiiiftvo fiolili'n Knit.
In the course of his address Mr. I'.rv-
m took occasion to rotor to tin; teacu-
uigs of ( ontiiseius, contending that
religion was rapidly giving place
to a better one. Ht; compared the
golden rule of Coitfuseius and the lira
ept laid down by Christ. Confuscius
said: "Do not unto oiliers what 'oa
tlo not want them lo do unto you."
i negative statement of the golden rule
if the Savior. He condemned the pre-
cpt of the 'neat hen philosopher, say
ing: "The one wall make lite a stag
nant pool and the other it Iivim
pring." He said that adherence .
the doctrine of Confuscius had be.'n
the cause of holding China at a stand
still for 2.IMMI years.
)f i. t " S. l
n 'it 'll,
1 A t"Jv , Si
I . - l,
LARSON HELD TO GRAND JURY
Engineer Charged With Causing Wreck
i... .i i t . .
""nii't-t i v iiuiies iiirson oi the t;ip
lington road, who was held by th
coroner's jury for responsibility fo
the wreck at BcMondorf three week
....... ...i.;,.i. :
i'-,o in ninen i-ugiiieer ai as Hire los
his life, waived preliminary exaniin
at ion in Davenport this morning an
a iioiiuii over io me grand ljirv
.lames .io.aiiiiiia of this, city and C
N. Voss of Davenport furnishing seen--
J. f f-ii . nV (
Brandenburg Millinery Store
Corner Fourth Avenue and Twentieth Street.
Meeting of Committee and Candidates.
A meeting of the democratic cit
committee, together with the demo
cratic aldermauic candidates is hereby
called at turner hall at 8 o'cloo
Chairman Democratic City-Townsh;
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world, and is doing more lor liuniati'iv
in a disinterested way than any other
nation, past or pit sent. The Ameri
can ideas of government are al - i
preading, and our institutions are be-
ins developed in other countries.
The Christian religion was spoke;:
of ;ts one of the great inllueuces ii
this country's supremacy. He spoke
of tlie growth of the Christian rel:gi"i!
in the Orient, and stated thai tin
Christian conception of life is the high
est the world hits known, and will
overcome the lower conception pi -SOU
tod by other religions. According
to this conception greatness is una--meil
by service, and the destiny oi
this country is to serve the world hy
furnishing ideas in education, gov era
mint, ami religion, through the dev !
epmeiit nf our own people and Ihroiiili
IlilK-M i(!l I'l'l'SK ('lull.
Mr. Hi-van iast e tiling was the
guest of the TriCity Press club, ol
which he is an honorary member. :-'
tin informal dinner at Rock Island cla.i
at tl o'clock. Defore depailing from
the club house for tlie tin alt r. M .'.
Bryan made a few remarks before ih .
chid. He recalled the tormer ocensi'M
when he was the club's must, ;ri
spoke of the pleasure of such oce.
sinus. It was a sort of little heai
lo Heart talk. lie drew some
interesting' comparisons bet ween t
newspapers til oitlt rent count l ies, anu
of the index the newspaper devi lo i
nient affords to the civilization of th
country. He gave a verv apt ilitistta
tion of this in a comparison betwec
China and .lapan, the latter with tls
newspaper field well developed, wh.t
China, which boasts of tuning invt in
ed printing, has made as litil" n.-c ot
it as possible.
f tnini ry f Ivrritm Mini.
Ill concluding his talk to ihe news
paper men. Mr. liryan brought out the
idea that the 1'niled Stales is tin
country of the average man. He brc r
ly spoke of conditions in other cou i
tries where (here is neither no middle
class of people, or where the average
is not developed. He pointed out thi'
the average or common man controls
the Fnited Slates, and commented on
tat; enormity of the middle class in
l iiieshribi r, Harry E. Meiow J. J.
LaVt ile. !'. .I. MiKih r. W. F. Eastman,
M. .I. McEtiit-y. Cnai !es MeHugh. Guy V.
IV-tit. H. F. Downer, John M. Colli-
m. . 1. Hall. .I. I-. Lattner, ! . .
inck. i-'n 1 1 P. Sliaion. C. W. Daly,
Forrest K. Kamho, .1. K. 15r;tmlellbtirg,
lames A. l.oiisiion, .loim Slimline. Roy
A. Sears. Robert IUxdale. H. P. Simp-
n. O. H. Ilamp'ou, E. S. PeU'i'sber
r. E. C. lit tty. W. 1.. Ihirctl.I. Floyd
!!. A. G. Anderson. E. E. DutTum,
Va! .1. Pet.-r, i:. P.. McKitver, Chris-
Dining ti'e ilium r ;i program was
uiveii hv a a tor phonograph, prov-.i-
i.ir ihe occasion by Ihe Toltcn mu
sic hoii.-e ;is a cointi sy to the club.
l lilt- CttllfKC
A: o'clocl; yestttilay afttriioon ill!
ciass-s ;ii Aic'iistana were dismissed
in honor of Mr. lirum, who paid the
s'.ud-nts a vi-it ;it lliat hour. All the
slue, nts asst mbled in the college
thai'tl. and as Mr. Hryau etitereil lie
was greeted wi'b cheer after cheer
from the assembled students. A num
ber of college yells: were also given, to
gether with several in honor of Mr.
liryan. Mr. liryan mounted the chapel
rostrum, and as soon as the cheerins
had ceased, delivered a brief address
lo th-j student body. He spoke at first
upon public speaking and how to ac
quire the abilities of a public speaker.
He later spoke upon education, how to
correctly acquire an education, and
how to use tin education after it litis
once been secured. His talk was one
of much interest and one highly appre
ciated by the college students. He
spoke with his usual earnestness ami
sincerity, and his remarks wore accept
id as a heart to heart talk which went
directly home to each individual. Af
ter the address Mr. liryan stationed
himsi If in the large college corridor
and met each student and gave him a.
hearty handshake as he left the chapel
room. It w;is an incident which will
he long remembered by the student.-?
of the college.
While dwelling on Japan Mr. P.ryaa
siiid that the vital question in that
cnuntrv today was wnether or not it
would adopt our religion .after adopt ing
our civilization. Minninisin is tiynig
out," he said, "and Shintoism is not a
religion at all but a reverencing of an
Mr. liryan described various scenes
and cities in the Orient,' and com
pared the costumes of the countries he
had visited. He narrated many inci
dents of his travels, and gave the audi
ence a glimpse of royalty in the coun
tries visited, as he had come in con
tact with it.
Old Vrrmm llie New.
The conclusion of his lecture was an
interesting comparison between the
old world and the new, and in this
connection he referred to the superior
ity of woman's position in the United
States. He oulogizeu American wom
anhood, and declared that in no coun
try on the globe is womanhood so re
spected. "No place else does woman
occupy the high place she does hcre
where woman stands at the side ol
man, sharing with him the joys and
the responsibilities that go to make
the best home on earth."
The United States, he declared, has
:more altruism than any other in th.;
The Glass Berry Set which was
given away Saturday night at our
store is still unclaimed. The win
ner of this handsome set should
call at once.
this country. He held thai '.he pro
iress tif the country must be measured
bv the progress of this class. This:
condition, ho maintained, nearly a;-
pioaehes the divine plan of rewinds,
anil ho briefly justified this statemen.
Here the uncoivmon people are very
few and noUnf nearly the importance
that thev think they are, he said, il"
poke of the relation of tlie press to
the average man. and the power tic-
press wields, in some cities, he said
in conclusion, there are newspapets
which have violated their obligations
to this mass of the common people, u;i
ti'l a man before the public finds it an
asset to have certain of these news
papers against him."
Tlionr lit Ihi' Tlllilo.
For the occasion, tho press club ha 1
as its guests Dr. Andreen, presideuf
of Augustana. and a few personal
friends of the guest of honor. Tho -e
who were present at the dinner at the
1 Ion. V. J. Bryan. Hon. EAV. Hurst, I Ion.
Cato Sells, J. J. Richardson. B. F. Til
linghast, P. S. McGlynn. Dr. Gustav
Andreen, Oscar A. Rundquist, Ralph
W. Cram, Harry Sward, J. H. McKeev
er, Paul Kersch. S. W. Searle, C. M.
Olander, Dr. CAV. Foss, F.O.Van Galder,
Dr. George L. Eyster, Rabbi W. H.
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