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THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS
WEDNESDAY. APRIL 3. 1907.
CHANGES ON BOARD
Republican Supervisors From
Outlying Townships Give
' Way to Democrats.
F. A. WOOD FALLS A VICTIM
Charles George of Cordova and F. P.
Gillette of Drury Others Who
ticket in the field which was ' elcctc.l
Supervisor P. W. Wadsworlh.
Asses: or James Juchinson.
Collector John Hi t U.
Clerk William Caughcy.
Another feature of tlx- township eliv
tions throughout the county in adUti:i
to the rei led ion of Supervisor W. II.
Carey over An.hew O'Urieit in llump
lim by 13 votes, as noied in the special
election edition of The Argus thin
morning, was the defeat of Supcrvis r
F. A. Wood of Edgaigmn. Mr. Woo1,
is one of the oldest members of tii.j
board ami has been lor years chairman
f t he bridge committee. His sweess
'ful opponent is Robert I'. Wait, demo
crat, who won by :!1 votes.
In addititin to results already siv-rTi
on stinervisors there v it other chang
es in the ! eprest ut;o ion on the eoumy
legislative body. Cltailes Coor-ie.
publican, of Cordova, was defeated by
tli ree votis by Edward Cool, I'rui.i
crat. In Drury Supervisor F. I'. C'!
lett. republican, was defeated by Rey
nolds Hayes, ilcmocral. by L'" votes.
Supervisor 1 W. Wad worth of Rui.il
was reelected without, opposition.
Tlit ToiiMiti Tlelvrt.
Hesults in townships no! previously
gien in the county, are hero pre
sented. Il liiiji.
There was only the republican ticket
in Rowling, ami :!S ballots wire east.
The following were elected:
Town Clerk David II. Clarke.
Assessor Thomas Curtis.
Collector .lames Cook.
Highway Commissioner A1"X Quist.
Justice of tile Peace .lames P..
School Trustee Henry MeCaw.
The results in Buffalo Prairie wee
Town Clerk Benjamin Vanaila. d.
"; ). C. Craidree. r. St;.
Assos.-or (loorge Patterson, d, t:
Otto Sehutte. r, 91.
Collector George McGinnis, d. rr;
(1. S. Tylor. r. S:i.
Commissioner of Higliwav s tieorj;.'
Reeding, d, li i : Arthur Huberts, r, T".
Constable James Dusinberry, d, .V.I;
Gaunt Reed, r.. So.
The ticket was split up in Andalusia
Town Clerk Henry St ropes, pen.,
J. F. Mounts, r, ."3.
Assessor J. C. P.urijoyne, peo., .Vi;
J. W. Simmons, r, 12.
Collector R. P. Roth, peo., 37; Lou
is Strohmeier. r.
Commissioner of Highways (For
years) M. M. Honey, peo.. 32: Joel
Crouch, r, 'M.
Conmiissioner of Highways (For I
year) Fred Ilartmann, peo.. .VI; Hen
ry Haaser, :;7.
School Tl lister peter Johnson, peo.,
10: X. P. Phillips, r, is.
Pound Master Charles Huntley, i,
Following are the township office -elected
Supervisor Keymdils Hayes, d.
Town Clerk F. C. Mewes. r.
Assessor Charles France, r.
Collector William VanDolah, r.
Cotunfissioner of Highways D. A
School Trust et J. 1. Wray. r.
Pound Master James Milner.
In Rural there was onlv the nnio;
THE QUESTION OF CONTEST;
MR. MAUCKER'S POSITION
Rumors Continue as to Mayor's Possi
ble Course Which Are Believ
The report current soon after the re
sults of the election were determined
last night, as announced in the early
edition of The Arus this morning,
that Mayor M'Caski in was responsible
for the staieineiii that by proposed to
contest the diet ion, have continued in
cit. uhi; ion today. Whether the mayor
will seek to retain his ollice by this
mans is tc.ieuslv doubled, as nothing
conlj be accomplished by such a pro
cedure. With ti e story to the effect that May
or McCa-kvin was inclined to a con
test, was one th:u W. C. Maucker, who
mad j tiie race for aide! man on the
ilemoc: at ie ticket and made an excel
lent show in;; despite adverse and insur
mountable circumstances with which
he was obliged to cor.; end, was of the
same inclination. This was strenuously
denied by Mr. Maucki r. "I have made
my li.ubt." said Mr. Miuckcr to The
Argas. "ami i stand by the verdict of
the vi tiers a.-, shown on the taee of the
i et ;;rns. I am ;he !a-; to cry irregular
ities or to seek by any means to upset
t!" veit i- of the pe p!e. I am game
enough to i tatiil by the result legard
U of whether it affects r.ie or not. I
do nut prop.ise cither to encourage a
ont"t or to i '".ui'.'.eimr.ce it.
"Public cenlidence iia.; been restor
ed, by the diction of Henry Sdiaftc,
ier whose success I did all in my pow- j
er. ami the restoration ot that public
coalidem e which mi aiis so much for
Rock Island, is more to me than the
to tainmen! of any personal or political
ambition that i may have entertained.
I it the results stand. Let us think of
Rock Island, and all pull together to
make a city here of which we may all
OLMSTED IS JUDGE
Wins by Comparatively Small
Plurality Over R. R. Reynolds,
AHEAD IN COUNTRY PRECINCTS
Polls in Neighborhood of 850 Vote
More Than Opponent Returns
Are Being Canvassed.
The returns from the country pre
cinets received today show that, in thi
special election R. W. Olmsted wa
elected county judge over R. R. Rev
Holds by .about S90 votes. Returns fron
one piftinct have not been received
The returns which had been receivei"
last night left 10 precincts to beheari
from, t lie figures at that time inilicat
tug Olmsted s election by a com para
tively small majority. The correcte.
returns show Reynolds to have carriec
Rock Island by DSG, he having police
2.2 Hi, while his opponent on the repub
Mean ticket received but 1.S7S. In Mo
line Olmsted cairied the ticket by 74;:
his vote being 2.131, while Reynolds re
ceived 1.40S. The vote lor J. X. Hardy.
the socialist candidate, was ligbt am
Arc CaiiviiNNiiiK Vote.
lite omeial returns are being can
vasscd this afternoon by County Cleil
II. I!. Hubbard, Police Magistrate J
Edward Elliott, and Justice J. H. Cle
land. The election judges in the thin
precinct of South Molir.e confused th
returns, and returned the books of thi
township election to the county clerk
instead of those of the special county
Tne following tables show the vote
on the county judge in Rock Island
Moline, and the country precincts:
VOiK OX ( OI XTV Jl lHiK.
PROPOSITION CARRIES EASILY
(Continued From I'.ige Five.)
suit of the vote yesterday will be ef
fective or not remains for the court to
dei ide. The vote on the proposition
was as follows:
A it nr union.
1st Wd. 1st i). i:::
1st Wd. 2d p
2d Wd. 1st p
2d Wd. 2d ii. . .
:M Wd. 1st p. .
:hl Wd 2d p. .
::d Wd ::d p. .
It Ii Wd. 1st p.
llh Wd 2d p. .
3th Wd. 1st. p.
3th Wd. 2.1 p. .
(if h Wd. 1st p.
tith Wd. 2d p. .
7th Wd. 1st p.
7th Wd 2d p. .
7th Wd. :hl p. .
1st Wd. 1p ! 107! 82' Is
1st Wd. 2 p ! 141 100; 32
2d Wd. t p j 113 lis: 13
2d Wd. 2 p j 214 1121 IS
;'.d Wd. 1 p j 113: 10P 16
Wd 2 p ! I(i2i 1 OS 13
3d Wd. 3 p j 223: 133 12
-kh Wd. 1 p ! 134 7S: 9
4th Wd. 2 p j 130 130 10
3th Wd 1 p 1 57; 10: 14
5th Wd. 2 p j 122 14S; 7
(ith Wd. 1 p ! 15S 121; 23
tith Wd. 2 p I 120! 130 28
7th Wd. 1 p ! 99; 117! 32
7th Wd. 2 p ; ss: 113; 55
71 h Wd 3 p i 79; 151 i 3C
Notice to Remove Rubbish to Alleyc.
To the Public: You are hereby noti
fied to remove all rubbish from jw R
iueimscs ami iifposu bame in Hie l;
Quick shoe repairing. Shoes finished
by machinery. Half soles, nailed on, 55
centt;; half soles, sewed on, 75 cents.
Open from G:30 a. m. till S p. m.
GEORGE SI DOT,
301 Twentieth Street.
1 lampton 2
South Moline 1 p
South Moline 2 p ', 17
South Moline 3 p i
South Rock Island
Edgington 1 p. .
Edgingtou 2 p.
Riiffalo Prairie .
Total 1 17! IC.SfV
j ! '
Grand total .
Illinois Theater, Fffi
KtS P-;jt tr-t
1-1 W$ W
The Real Boat Race Between a
Yale and Harvard Crew
Famous Yale Glee Club Octette of Male Voices
ACT I. Opening number, "The Yale Koolah" Company
"Yon, My You" Mr. Gilmore and Company
ACT II. Opening number The "At Yale" Glee Club
"Love's Young Dream" Mr. Gilmore and Glee Club
ACT III. Scene 1. "Love Me and the World is Mine" Clinton Clay
Scene 2. "Sons of Eli" Mr. Gilmore and Glee Club
"Love's Young Dream" written by Daniel Dore for Mr. Gil
more. "You, My You," written for Mr. Gilmore by Edward Laska.
Exit Musicals "Love's Young Dream" Orchestra
PRICES $1.50. $1, 75c, 50c, 25c; box. f2. Seats -o on sale Wed
nesday at 0 a. m., April 3. Phonr west 221.
4 1 1
votk o I'orsTv si k i:01t.
1st Wd. 1 p.
1st Wd. 2 p.
2d Wd. 1 p. .
2d Wd. 2 p. .
3d Wd. 1 p. .
d Wd. 2 p. .
3d Wd. 3 p. .
4th Wd 1 p.
4 th Wd. 2 p.
3th Wd. 1
5th Wd. 2
Oth Wd. 1
0th Wd. 2
7th Wd. 1
7th Wd. 2 p.
7th Wd 3 p.
Vote Two Years Ago.
The republication of the vote receiv
ed by the candidates in the niayoral'y
race two years ago will be read with
interest in connection, with yesterday a
result. The vote on the different can
diddles in 1905 was as follows
lot of neatly decorated pieces
of statuary, all classical
Tigures. 10 to 16 in. high, worth
up to $ 1 .00, to close them out
quick, any size, all sizes choice
for 25c, 25c.
TF your eyes trouble you, you
should consult our Optician
at once. It costs you nothing to
have the advice of an expert, one
who has had many years of ex
perience, and knows all about
cases just such as yours.
We should always be on the alert to
the best interest of our customers. A
governing motive of this store is to be
helpful to improve its service to add
conveniences for its patrons. To our
steadfast purpose along these lines we
largely attribute the constantly broaden
ing influence and steadily increasing
sales in all departments of the big store
the best today, but better tomorrow.
T N spite of the prevailing stiff prices
on cotton goods, we are offering
many items at or below old prices.
Note the following:
Fine brown sheeting, 9-4 wide,
worth 28c. this time per yard 20c.
Pepperell 42 inch bleached or
half bleached pillow casing for three
days, per yard 1 lc.
Amoskeag ACA Feather ticking,
per jard lHc.
Staple and fancy 8c prints, 1500
yads short lengths while they last,
Sharp Items in Curtains and
Draperies for Thursday
TVORY tinted Cable Nets and white double thread
curtains in Renaissance, Gothic and Floral pat
terns. 50 to 60 inch widths, real $3.50 curtains, per
Portieres at $4.95 a pair. The best line of por
tieres in solid colors, rich Orientals and Roman pat
terns ever shown hereabouts at less than $7.00, Thurs
day your choice per pair $4.95.
Imported Madras, extra width in Natural and
white, patterns from the Colonial, Floral and Empire
periods, priced regularly 50c a yard, your choice
Thursday, per yard 35c.
Figured and plain center nets bordered with scal
loped or straight edges for half and full length sash
curtains, we price you Thursday 30c nets per yd 18c.
About the New Oxfords and
T ik- c07 styics are surely the handsomest yet.
i-iO ti. women, the dainty, short vamp lasts, light welted or turned
soles, in Patent Colt, fine Vici, Dull Calf and other stylish leathers,
as well as the colored leathers and new canvas styles make the choicest
collection of new footwear we have ever shown. Button or lace, Bluch
ers, Side-lace Jessica and Ribbon Ties, variously priced at $1.00, $1.50,
$2.00 and up tc $4.00.
For flen and Boys we show some exceedingly handsome new
styles in both Ox'ords and Shoes. The Rex, Knox, Harvard and other
popular lasts as well as other more extreme styles, shapes designed to
suit all kinds of feet, and prices to suit all purses, serviceable, stylish,
comfortable, $2.50, $3.50 and $4.00.
Misses' and Children's oxfords and shoes in variety suffi
cient to meet the most exacting demands, prices ranjefrom 75c to $2.50
Charming New Spring Hats
ANY exquisite hats which just missed, by a hair's breadth a share
in the Easter displsy. A number of these beautiful conceits are
the delightfully Americanized adaptations of the Ultra Parisian Modes.but
with the price extravagance squeezed out. If you are particular about
having something choice and becoming, we advise an early selection.
What Ails Your Watch?
T"0N'T try to remedy the trouble, yourself, take it to some reliable ex
pert and let him examine It, that's the kind we employ, we'll keeP
no others. The cost of repairs here is no more than at the uncertain
place where you are obliged to take all the risk yourself, then the saving
in wear and tear on your timepiece is a considersation.
In this age of electricity, perhaps your watch needs to be demagnet
ized the delicate mechanism of the watch movement becomes charged
with electrical fluid and it simply can't keep correct time or possioly it
needs cleaning or some other slight but necessary repair, which the hands
an expert one who knows how can be done at moderate cost, but when
handled by one less skillful and lacking responsibility, frequently results
in ruining a fine timepiece.
Don't take the chances yourself, place the responsibility where there
is reliability. The McCabe guarantee stands good today, next week, last
year, next year, do you want more?
Watch repairing, clock repairing, repairing of all kinds of jewelry and
engraving all done here by experts by those who know how.
The fame of our Tea-Room Lunches has reached to the
uttermost parts, and the people throng this popular resort every day.
Invite a friend or two any day and try it As we have so often said -
"This is your store" enjoy it.
About Women's Coats
The Coats have great variety in style, workmanship and
the other wanted features this season.
THE graceful 45-inch coats are made of many beautiful fancy mater
ials or of fine ccverts. Gibson models are in great demand, with
semi-fitting backs and their elegant lines.
Long French model coats with balloon sleeves are among the most
striking novelties of the season.
30-inch Cutaway coats in broadcloths and coverts are extremely
stylish and becoming and with a wide range of prices from $6.50 to
Many ladies uill probably want the short coats. While not so
dressy as the longer garments, their convenience and jaunty appearance
commend them to the women who want ease and comfort with plenty
of style. Our assortment this season far exceeds in variety any of our
THERE are the short
cutaway box coats,
tight fitting coats, semi
fitting coats, and Pony
coats, as well as othef
less well known models
all finished with that special
care and workmanship so
long an established feature
here, many numbers are
lined with taffetas, fancy
silks or satin. Materials
are coverts, pretty fancy
cloths, serge, broadcloth,
Prices range from $3.95
up to $25.00.
There are fancy coats,
white serge boxcoats
trimmed with black velvet, or all white, $7.50 and
This is an op
portune time to
do your choos
ing while the se
lection is at its
best. There is
a double satis
faction in know
ing it's right, in
both style and
price when it
$10.00. handsome cots,
BLACK Silk Coats made
of rich, rustling taf
fetas and handsomely
trimmed, come in Etons,
Pony styles and 45 -inch
lengths,$5.00 to $25.00
Exquisite Lace Coats
are a fad of the season,
dressy and sensible as
well, made of all-over lace
with taffeta silk linings.
champagne and black, and
the styles are Eton, Pony,
blouse and the becoming
Prices are less than you
would expect for such
$12.50 to $35.00.
Miovmt nnil warmer tonight, with
lri)l)nlIy thunilrr Mliiinerx; Tliiirl:i.v,
cU-nrinK anil fooler.
J. M. SHUUIKR, I.oinl Foieraater.
1'rmiMTiitiire nt 7 n. 4U; tit :t::tO
. in., .'K. Mn vim mn trmiorn urr in lti(
t iMiurx. 410: minimum. 1. -lix-ily of
ninil nt 7 ii. in.. 7 mil per hour. Macr
nt H.-ilrr. S.tt fort, n rinv of foot.
Total 24101 027
Best for Home Use.
Order a enso of Cross Country, Hip
best family brrr. Rock Island Grow
ing comi any. Old phone west S9, 'hew
Insure with Beecher Bros.
Buy a home of Reidy Bros.
Xew oxfords at Lagc-Waters'.
TrI-City Towel Supply company.
Acme washers at the Mill store.
Bulk garden seeds at Passig Bros.
For bus, baggage, express, call Robb's.
For bus or express. Spencer & Trefz,
Kerler & Co., carpet and rug cleaners.
The paint with a lustre at the Mill
Cliaso Sanborn's cofTfo at SH!o
Those catchy, graceful new coats and
suits for women just received at Mc
Cabe's are pronounced the swellest.yet
See Electrolysis ad, classified col
Bulk and package garden seeds at
the Mill store.
H. T. Siemon wants your tin and fur
nace work. 152G-1528 Fourth avenue.
Lewis' Single Binder straight a cent
cigar. Made of extra quality tobacco.
Highest prices paid tor old feathers
clothing and shoes, 1911 Second ave
"Have a good skate and get the elec
tion returns at the big rink, Rock Is
land, Tuesday night.
Bleuer-Hemenway orchestra at the
Harper every Sunday evening from. 6
to 9, during dinner hours.
Ladies two-clasp kid gloves, all col
ors and sizes. Special "9 cents (Thurs
day only) Young & McCombs.
Mueller's are taking orders for the
best Lehigh hard coal direct from the
mine at lowest summer prices.
Take your Sunday evening dinners
at the Harper house from C to 8 p. m.
Tables can bo reserved by phone.
You'll not. forget the special exhibit
of corsets for stout figures this week at
McCabe's. The Nemo self-reducing Cor
el s, and the Dowager Adjusto are ab
solutely the best, $:j for either.
Short lengths of India linon 4i inch
es wide, regular value 15-cent special.
S cents per yard. Young & McCombs.
Large, fancy shape wash bowls an I
pitchers. Special value, 49 cents each.
Slop jars to match. Special, 9S cents.
Young & McCombs.
We have just received a full assort
ment of the "Hendryx" bird cages, in
brass and enamel finish. Special low
prices. Young & McCombs.
Expert manicuring, shampooing and
thorough treatment of the hair and
scalp given by Mrs. Sol Levi, 736 Sev
enteenth street Old phone west 59.
, The new spring shoes and oxfords
for men. women and children at Mc
Cabe's are fast walking into the best
homes in this vicinity. How about
The watch, clock and jewelry repair
work at McCabe's is growing with such
rapidity that additional help has been
employed in order to turn out all work
with extra promptness.
John E. Kroll and William H. Sie
nion. both of whom have had years of
practical experience in sheet metal
work, have formed a partnership under
the style nama of Krell & Siemon,
with shops at 1:J1C Third avenue. Thev
are prepared to put up cornice, finlal?,
skylights, gutters, souting, chimney
tops, roofing of every description, Install
heating and ventilating plants and do
repair work of all kinds, promptly 'and
in a workmanlike manner. Old phone.
Some charming new . spring hats
which just missed by a "hair's breadth"
a place in the Easter display at Mc
Cabe's are now ready for your choos
ing and you should be prompt.
The Ruth and City of Moline were
north and south. The Columbia w$t3
in from Burlington.
The stage of, water was 8.65 at G a.
m., and 8.S0 at noon. -
This salve is intended especially " for
sore nipples, burns, frost bites, chip
ped hands, itching piles, chronic so e
eyes, granulated eye lids, old chronic
sores and forjliseases of the skin, su :ta
at tetter, salt rheum, ring worm, sca'd
head, herpes, barbers', itch, scabies ..r
itch and eczonm It hn iyiat with un
paralleled success in the ' Iron Intent,
of these diseases. Price 25 cents p-jr
box. Try it. For sale by all leading
druggists. , ..LaHS