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Third "a venue "between' NMntVenth" and I
. TALBOT 15
Twentieth streets. -'
Fifth, ward Old ,bose house. Twen
ty-second street, -between Fifth and
Sixth avenues. - -" ",
Sixth ward Old' hose house, Twen
ty-sixth street, between Sixth and
Seventh avenues. '
Seventh ward Allars' restaurant.
' County' Committeemen of City
, W. L. Tallman of Monument, Kan.. Rock Island Man is Given Min
r Select Lists to be Voted on
is ,u visitor in the city, isterial License at Rock Riv
X. nar.on Sears tasgnn, io Rlpou, ef Session at Dixon
ay Democrats i omorrow.
THE ARGUS, THURSDAY, APRIL IC, 1908
i " 1
TO COMPOSE CONVENTION
Meeting Is Held on Call of Chairman
-Mr. Maucker Urges Interest
The Rock Island members of the
t county democratic committee met last "
nveninsr nt the Tiock Island house all
., , r .1
3 the rail of Chairman W. C. Maucker I
$o(Mie committee, and arranged tor
uviiir jmiiuuj t-it-niFii iu iK-
V . . i .i . i !-ii ,j I
iiiin o u Liwt n.
The committee named delegate tick
's ets to be voted on In the different
.... C. 1 I
First ward John Holzlm miner.
, Flank lllochliugcr, II. Kale, Robert'
i:ec c. -
Second ward H. Kinner. H.
AV'hnl.Lti f. .:...., tf'l,..,..
ii iiiiirii, .,wri-,u ui i;ri , .Htii n ii.iiin,
William Kckeniiann. Oarl-Xaah. John
T 4tvtMi ti.riin .
Third ward C. .1. Smith. Peter
Schleiiuner. Daniel Corken. Joseph
Crotegut. Eugene Doyle. S. R. Davis,
i.ji . 1 r . . .. . . ' -
.inwui ui, . .. ii uuway, i.oiiis
Sehrncder,' Ed Hill.
Fourth ward T. .1. Medill. C. I..
Tli run ttusn f rln llloiwi- T l 5v.
ton. II. C. Frick. Hert Corken. Charles
. . Fifth ward William McEniry. Wil
liam Trefz. Andrew Brady. William
Cochran. J. W. Welch. J. 10. Reidy. C.
. ii. Marshall.
.. Sixth ward C. C. Wilson, Fn.nk
Lawlcr. . Frank Mcenan. George
Wiiglit. Fred Calkins. John Schniizer,
. John Temple.
Seventh ward C. M. Gannon, U
' Fiinkensiein. Miles McKinney, John
,A, Hill. .
Chairman Maucker was authorized I
to arrange to secure the ballot, boxes
..ami tabulation sbeets: and to arrange
for their delivery to the county, com
DiMniMNea Sit tin (ion.
Chairman Maucker, In discussing
. the arrangements for the primary and I
the convention, said today:- l pre;
Kume that the action of the -county I
conventions and county committees in
recent years will prevail. The" coun
ty committeemen." Mr. Maucker said,
"feel that they have selected in all
wards representative democrats, and
it is hoped that the democrats in all
parts of the city will turn out tomor
row evening and show their interest
in party affairs by participating in
the primary election. The delegates
to the county convention to be, se
lected tomorrow night will compose
the body to select delegates to the
slate convention. It is well known
that thb sentiment of this county is
unmistakably for Bryan, and for such
action by the, state convention as will
ljevt accord with his wishes in the in-
, terest of clean domination of the par
ty affairs in Illinois." Concluding,
Mf.Maucker Mid: "I hope, therefor,
that, the representative democrats
throughout the city will make it , a
point to give a few minutes of theit
time to voting for the county con-
vention delegates in their respective
wards, at the primary."
I'larn of lrlinnr' Klwtlonx.
The places of holding the primary
elections will be as follows:
First ward Nold's barger shop;
Fourth avenue and Fifth street.
Second ward City barn. Sixth ave-
line, between Ninth andTenth streets.
Third ward 1422 Seventh avenue.
Fourth ward Frick's livery stable,
OOOO0vyxXX5O0OOCX)0CKX)O0OOOMis- Louise Barnes, ami two brothers.
on the new
: Dayton -Meat
LAF SON & LARSON
Old Phone west 983, New E535.
. Cor.-7U Ave. and 15th St
Guy Munger is expected, home thit
evening from 1'rbana for a short vaea
H. B. Turner, deputy of the M. V.
A. ef Quiney, 111., is in the rity on
business. " ,
Miss .Icrlne H. Roth well left yester
day for Chicago, where she will visit
for two weeks.
-Mrs. . Y Mte or stu 1 wenty-Tourtn
. fc. .-. - r ..t .1 a. . .
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son. it. ti. White
Attorneys Daly and King rtf Peoria
i nuc in uu- tit; j inin i tilling m
Rock - lshuul .awyers.
irSs arrou or itradrord. in., is
.i. t. . i.
AT f T Wf PI.....
J. G. Rryant will leave for his home
it Anaconda. Mont., tonight, after a
visit with his sister, Mrs. E. , (S.
Percy S. Fry. 291(5 Thirteenth ave
nue, was taken suddenly ill yesterday
and removed to St. Anthony's hos
pital, where he submitted to an oper
at ion for appendicitis.
The University of Illinois students
are enjoying a weeks vacation and
most of the students - from ihiscity
will spend the time at home. James
McElherne. Dale Hayes, Oscar Frazer
and Herman Heimheck have already
arrived, and Lee Kanpke, Walter Heinv
beck and Ernest Xichohis are expect
ed home tonight.
COUNCIL IS HOLDING
Aldermen Meet and Take Recess to
' Inspect Pump at Waterworks and
The city council met this afternoon
in an adjourned session, and after for
mally convening at the city hall went
on a jaunt. The meeting is for the
purpose of inspecting the repairs at
the waterworks pumping station on
the old Holly-Gaskell pump, and look
ing over other work at the water
works. The reservoir is also to ho
visited" and inspected by the city-fatli
ers, with a view to making certain af-
terations In the plant on the hill
R. U. Shumway.
R. U. Shumway, 1410 Third avenue.
a veteran cf the civil war, passed
away at 9 o'clock last evening as a
result, of the infirmaties of age. Mr.
Shumway was born in Vermont and
was ; years old. He had been a
resident of this city for only three
weeks having come here from Hot
Springs, Ark., where he had gone in
the hope of benefiting his health. He
resided in Muscatine for a number
Df years and was well known there,
fle is survived by his mother, with
whonr- he was living, and by three
sons. Will of New York. , Louis who
lives in Indiana and Charles of Wash
ington, and by three daughters, Sarah
and Mrs. Cora Grey of Hot Springs
Ark., .and Mrs. August Thorman of
this city. Bit ford post of the G. A. R.
if to have charge of tte funeral ser
Miss Millie Stoit.
Miss Millie Stoit, daughter of Mr.
and .Mrs. William Stoit. . 1019 Tenth
avenue, passed away early this morn
ling. She had-been ill with the grip
and a complication of diseases for tne
I last four months. Miss-Stoit .was
lorn in tnis city and. was 23 years
old. She is survived by her parents.
four sisters, Elsie, Marie.- Alvina and
v in and . Ernest.
Peter McCarl. formerly keeper ot
the general store at Rapids City, died!
at. his home In that village Tuesday
night at It o'clock as the result of
paralysis. He was C9 years of atfe
and a veteran of the civil war. Sur
viving are the son, Henry McCarl,
and one daughter." Mrs. Richard
Trevor, both of South Moline. The
funeral will be held tomorrow after
noon at Rapids City. '
N. A. Larson, Attorney.
I have severed my connection with
the law firm of Connelly & Connelly,
land have opened an office for the gen
Icral practice of law in suite 314, Peo-
pies National bank building. Office
twill be closed Saturday afternoons, and
will be Open front 7 to 9 o'clock Satur
day evenings. ' N, A.' LARSON.
- Yes, I Have Found It at Last
Found what? Why that Chamber-
lams Salve: cures eczema and all
manner of itching of the skin. I ha4
been afflicted for many years 1th
or four times every night any" vash
with cold .water. Jo allay th terrible
i itching..- but since nsing -ibis, salv
December, 1905,tha ltchhig . has stop
ped ntid has not . troubled me. Elder
IJohn T. Ongley. Rootville. Pa.. For
Bale by alt druggiats . v. -
LOCAL DELEGATES PRESENT
Session of Rock Island District of the
United .Presbyterian Church in .
' Moline Comes to Close.
At the spring-meeting of the Rock
River presbytery which closed a two
days session at vDixon last evening.
W. O. -Talbot, of Ihis citv was exam-
lied, licensed' and ordained to the
ministry in the ' Presbyterian church.
Mr. Talbot received his academic edu
cation at Knox college and has just
graduated from the McCormick
Theological seminary in Chi-
tago. He has under con
sideration calls from various churches
but has not. as yet ' decided on his
shoice of location. A. Zemmer, also
a graduate of McCormick seniinarv.
was examined and licensed and has
accepted a call to the Presbyterian
church at Fulton. 111., where he will
ie installed and ordained at an ad
journed meeting of the presbytery.
The opening, session of the presby
tery vas addressed by Dr. Lord of
:Cewanee, the retiring moderator, his
address being followed by a business
session when the election of officers
was held. Rev. F. A. Smiley of Geu
eseo was chosen moderator. Rev.
Henry Cullen of Milan was made per
manent clerk and Rev.' Charles Fisk
jf Viola was elected temporary clerk
The session yesterday morning began
;it S o'clock and the annual reports
were read. Delegates to the general
assembly to be held nt Kansas City.
Mo., May 20 to P.O. were selected to
represent the presbytery as follows:
Rev. J. B. Smith of Albany. Rev. An
drew McMackin of Coal 'Valley Sand
two laymen, Morrison H. ail or
nixo",and John Montgomery of Perry-
The Presbyterial Woman's Mission-
try society neia a meeting at uie
same time at which officers wpre
ejected and reports read from ' Hie
l.H'n! Drlrgnt. - '
Delegates froro Broadway Presby
terian church who attended are: Rev.
W. . S.. Marquis, Rev. W. G. Oglevee,
Dr. J. W. Stewart from the session.
Sirs. W. S. Marquis and Mrs. Frank
Harrington rom the Woman's Mis
sionary society. Miss- Eleanor Scott
from Ruth's band. Miss Mary Criss
man from Helen Mills circle and
Miss Fannie Cleland, secretary of the
Voting People's society, attended as a
From the Central Presbyterian
church Rev.' Marion Humphreys rep
resented the session and the Woman's
Missionary society was represented by
lrs. J. G. Hazard and .Miss Mary
The delegates returned last evening
and today with the exception of Dr.
W. S. Marquis, who; will .attend the
presbytery at Ottawa and Mrs. Mar
quis, wno win visit in,- Monica, in.
Mrs: -"J. G. Hazard went to Elgin
where she will -visit.
SrHMiwB ill Moliar. .
The semi-annual meeting of the
Reck' Island presbytery came to a
close last evening at the United Pres
byterian church, Moline, with a prayer
conference, on revivals led by Rev.
R.; F. McCracken of Savannah." Rev.
T. G. Morrow of Viola gave a talk on
"Means of Securing Revival" and Rev.
1. C. Warnock of Hanover spoke on
'The Holy Spirit in Revival."
The meeting adjourned to meet at
Hanover. 111., in September.-
The following towns and cities are
in tne presoyt.ery: .Aieno, ceuar
Creek, Davenport, Hanover, Home-
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We have Jnst received our
Spr'ng line of ladies' and gen
This line ' Is , a popular priced
one, and . as reasonable as is
consistent with good (material.
We v guarantee our umbrellas
to wear longer and look better
than any sold hereabodtB. "
Jewelrr mm , Optomctrtat
- Oypratte. Ilarprr Houae.
GET YOUR SHARE OF THESE BARGAINS.
$5.00 Pants now . .
$3.ri0 Pants now
J.&o Pants now . .
?l.!.1 Pants now . .
Now . . .
i DOc Underwear-5-Iay in your
I'nderwear stipply now 38
All Winter Underwear Slashed
stead. Little Yqvk, Moline, North Hen-'
derson, Pleas&fij, Unity Polsgrove.
Rock Island. Suttbeam, Viola and Zion.
Each place was represented by a pas
tor or elder and some by both.
The opening sermon of the sessiou
yesterday afternoon was preached by
Rev. C. Y. Love of Sunbeam, the re
tiring moderator; and the mass meet
ing was addressed by Dr. J. A. Ken
nedy of Little York. The delegates
listened to reports, the most satisfactory-one
being by the treasurer, E.
B. McKowii of Rock Island, in which
he showed that $1,000 more had been
appropriated to missions this year
than last. The presbytery how has a
membership of -1,353. Three pastors
who had resigned were dismissed.
They are Rev. Wl R. Cox of. Daven
port, Rev. W. .1. Hawk of Cedar Creek
and Rev. T. G. Morrow of Viola. Rev.
Mr. Morrow was. the oldest member
of the presbytery, having been a mem
ber for the last 10 years.
The semi-centennial general assem
bly will be held at Pittsburg in May
and '$2,000,000 is to.be raised by the
churches throughoutihe United States.
This presbytery subscribed over $5,000
and Rock Island gave $400. "The dele
gates to that meeting are Rev. T. J.
Morrow of Viola and Rev. W. G. Mar
tin of Aledo. The alternates are Rev.
VV-. J. Hawk of Cedar Creek and Dr.
J. A: KenTiedy of Little York. The
following are the officers:
, Moderator Rev. J. G. Morrow.
Clerk Dr. J. A. Kennedy, Little
Treasurer 13. B. McKown. Rock Is
land. Superintendent of Missions Rev. J.
L. Vance, Rock Island. '
Young People's Secretary C. C.
" Superintendent of Sunday Schools
S. A. Thompson, Moline.
15 AWARDED FULL AMOUNT
Verdict in the County. Court for $95
for George Seif ken.
A verdict for $05 was returned in
the county court yesterday afternoon
in favor of George Seifken in his suit
against Carl S. Nyquist, the verdict
being for the full amount sued, for by
the defendant. "Mr. Seifken sued to
recover on a contract for laying cer
tain ,cement -walks and steps. Mr. Ny
quist -claimed the work was not done
npni-flin'r in the rntrnt fho nlnin-
Itiff was ' represented by G. A. Shall
berg and the defendant by H. N. Wil
liams. . v V .'
' T" River Riplets. ' " '
Ttio A ' T W'httlldv fl nrl Tlll h .vkra
north: and south and the Prescottikor- lo' tblft18-.ddVOB'
cam down. The stage of water was
3 55 at C a. m. and 5.6t at noon. - .
C - -:' Beer That Is Beer. - .
If you want to drink good beer,' order
the Davenport Malting company's nale
export Delivered anywhere In Rock
Si Island Both, nhonpi, north"-169. - ., ,
Day by day the bargains growl bigger. The workmen are
tearing the building dbwn and soon we'll be withput a roof
overhead. We're smashing prices to pieces in a final Effort
to close out in 12 days. -
Men's Suits, Cravenettes and Topcoats
We're selling the well known Hart, Schaff- a ' -j J o iTCC
ner Marx High Grade Clothing atr 1 ailCl IT
Hats . . .
1 r.c 1 losiery . .".
10c Hosiery . . . . .
SCOTT MADE MAYOR
OF IOWA NEIGHBOR
Inaugurated Executive of Davenport at
. Turner Hall CeremonyKeeps Old
Police and Fire Chiefs.
George W. Scott was inaugurated
mayor of Davenport last evening at
Turner- hall, a big demonstration at
tending the event. The new executive
in his address referred to the mulct
law and pledged himself to the en
forcement of the "substantial and ma
terial" features of that enactment.
Thomas Atkinson was retained as
chief of police and John Stoltenberg as
chief of the fire department. Mr
Scott is a democrat, and defeated
Charles Lindholm, his republican op
ponent, by a large majority. He suc
ceeds Waldo Becker, also a democrat.
RECORD OF COURT HOUSE
. COUNTY COURT.
Judge R. W. Olmsted, presiding.
Estate of Francis B. Shaw. Proof
of publication of notice of final state
ment filed.. Final ' report approved.
Estate of Henry Eifert Proof xof
posting notices to creditors filed.
Guardianship of Harvey D. El welt.
Inventory filed and approved.
Estate ot Howard McCulloch. In
re petition to sell real estate to pay
debts. Acceptance of service on sum
mons by Mary McCulloch. Ariel Isa-
belle Rahn and Charles Fiebig. on file
of the date of April 10. 1908: All de
feirdants called and defaulted. Hear
ing. S. W. Heath sworru and exam
hied. Hearing on petition - to pay
taxts. etc. Bond of S. W. Heath in
the sum1 of $2,000 for sale of real
estate to pay debts filed, and approved,
Decree of sale and allowance of peti
tion to pay taxes and insurance.
Guardianship of Ralph and Leo
White.' Separate annual Veports . filed .
and each approved. -. '. '
Real Estate Transfers.
., Leslie & Scott to ReinhoIdC. Letrcli.
northwest quarter, north half, Boutb-
west quarter, section 34, 20, 2e; also
west half, northeast quarter, section
33, 19. 2e. $4,400.
People's Savings Bank & Trust com
pany to Mary Olson, lot-1, block 1,
Howard's addition. Rock Island,- $1,-
200. " ' : "I-'';
E. H. Stafford to August . DeDono-
town of Silvia, $300.
Paul Hamilton to W L. Gansert, lot
26, Mlxter's subdivision, outlot 24. in
southeast quarter, section 35, 18, 2w,
$3,700. -.--y-r-; - ' y. -
James A. Steven to Josephine E. M.
Steven, southeast quarter. - northeast
'quarter, section IC; -also -west half,
GREATEST HAT SALE IN YEARS.
?2J,0 Hats $1.90 '
f2.ftft Hats'.'..... 1.50
$1.50 Hats $1.15
northeast quarter, section 23; also east
half. , northeast nuarter, northwest
quarter, section 25; .. also east half,
southwest fractional . quarter, section
24, 17, 3w; also northeast quarter,
southwest - fractional quarter, section
24, 17. 3w; $5,
. W. S. Goodell to V. W. Wait, west
40 feet lou.2, block 3, Park Ridge addi
tion. Moline, "$300.
Albert R. Utke to Maggie Hickey.
lot in northwest quarter, section 2, 17,
2w, $2.4Q0. '
Cbippiannock .Cemetery association
to Fred T. Myers, block 48, Chippian
nock cemetery, $10S.
, James E, Rlcketts to Lillian M.Cox.
lot 4. block 4, Rosslyn addition. South
J. L. Corns to Lilla M. Fulsinger,
east half lot 5,. block 1, Stewart's sub- j
division ot souib half, lot 17. imam
Chamberlain's addition, Moline; also
lot'29, section 5,-17, lw, $2,700
E. H. Guyer to Gust Dralle. lot 5.
block 15C, town of East Moline, $350.
W. E. Kemble to Julius J. Claude,
lots 27. 28 and 29, southeast quarter,
northwest quarter, section 6, 17, lw,
$900. - , ' '' y
Constans Carlson to Alex Engstrom,
lot IS, block 2, Hunt's Second addition,
Midway. South Moline, $300.
David W. Hunt to Constans Carlson.
lot IS, block 2. Hunt's Second addition.
Midway, South Moline. $300.
William W. Wait to Victorine Sty-
vaert. lot 1 and south 50 feet of lot 4.
and north 50 feet of lot 5. block 5,
Park Ridge addition, Moline, $1,750.
HOLDUP MEN AT SILVIS
Claude( Bowan Is Relieved of Cash,
Jewelry and Watch.
Claude Bowan. a clerk of the Root
& - Van Dervoort company, was the
victim of three hold-up men last night
in Silvls. One pointed a revolver at
him. another held him and the third
appropriated his watch and some
jewelry and $2 In cash. Mr. Bowan
was unable to describe any of the
robbers. - .
The Newest and Best
Designs in Wall Paper
Are now ready for your inspection at this store. Our stock this spring
Is larger and more complete than ever, and we are certain that we can
suit the most exacting. You are invited to call and see our display.
Our prices will do the rest Ask to see our stock of GENUINE IM
PORTED SWISS TEKKO, on parchment, for which we are sole agents. At
. Let us figure on your painting
give "S. St H." green trading stamps. V . "
LERCH (SL GREVE.'
THE RELIABLE WALL PAPER DEALERS.
2002 Fourth Avenue. ' ' ,
We've sold these Overalls
for 8."c for years; there's
loads of them here, and
50c Workshtrts andU
. 1-4, 1-3
and 1-2 Off
CONCESSION IS AWARDED
Davenport Man to Conduct Skating
Rink at Watch Tower. :
The management of the Watch
Tower has given the concession for
the skating rink which is to be in-:
stalled there this year to I. B. Havl-'
land, the present manager of the Coli
seum in Davenport. The rink Is to
be semi-circular in form, 125 feet Ions',
80 feet wide and the runway will be
20 feet wide. '
who doesn't care if you never
come back for clothes made to
fit a price, but come here for a
suit made to fit you. . .
We never cater to a tempor
The character of our clothes
so evident and so uncommon
are their passport to a perma
nent place in every finely se
. B. Zimmer & So1
. . .. . . T -
&h Building, 109 Elghlenth SL
. "We made your father's Clothes. "
and decorating. ' R
Rock Island, IIL
who doesn't care if you never