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THE ARGUS, WEDNESDAY, JULY' 15 1908
FIRST RALLY OF CAMPAIGN
BIG PLANS ARE
NOW ON FOOT
FOR FALL EXPO.
DISTINGUISHED DEMOCRATS WHO WILL - :
SPEAK AT TONIGHT'S RATIFICATION
m MARKET SQUARE TONIGHT
Ratification of Bryan and Kern
in Open Air Mass Meeting
SPEAKERS OF THE OCCASION
Candidates fop Democratic Guberna"
torial Nomination to Be Heard
Tonight occurs the first ratification
meeting' of the presidential campaign
in Rock ' Island. It will be in honor
of Bryan and Kern. The exercises
occur in Market square at 8 o'clock.
The general arrangements are in
charge, of Chairman W. C. Mauckcr
of the county committee. Hon. K. V.
Hurst, being chairman of the evening,
and the program includes addresses
from the band stand by well
known members of the party in the
s-tate and candidates for the party
i omination for governor before the
primaries Aug. 8:
Hon. Douglas Pattison of Freeport.
Hon. Jorhn P. McGoorty of Chicago.
Colonel J. Hamilton Lewis of Chi
cago. . . -
Preceding the introduction of the
Fpcakers, Bleuer's band will render a
number of musical selections.
All Invited to He lrrxrn(.
The meeting is to be entirely - in
formal, simply an open air mass m vot
ing, in which all are invited tp par
ticipate. Hon. , Douglas Pattison of Kreeport
arrived. in Moliue this afternoon, where
he remains until (i o.'clock, when he
comes to Rock Island for tonight's
demonstration. Hon. Johu P. McGoorty
and Colonel J., Hamilton Lewis of Chi
cago are expected at 7 o'clock this
the marriage of Miss Grace Lewis,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Lewis
to Charles Hartshorn of Holtville, Cal.
The ceremony took place at the. home
of the bride, 513 Eighteenth street, and
was witnessed by a small company of
close friends. The ring ceremony was
used, and they were unattended. A,
wedding supper was served. Mr. and
Mrs. Hartshorn leave today for Holt
ville, where Mr. Harshorn has a ranch.
In Honror of Birthday. Miss Ethel
Johnson entertained at her home on
Third avenue and Tenth street, In hon
or of her 10th birthday yesterday after
noon. After a dainty repast, many
games were played. Those present
were Marie Shaunessy, Theresa Davis,
Irene Kruoger, Eunice Bosold, Grace
Sage, Margaret Geiger, Margaret Ohl
weiler, Josephine Dietz. Josephine
Sacksville, Lola Fuller, Dorothy Mean-
or, and Ethel Johnson.
GO TO LINWOOD
FOR THEIR OUTING
Annual Picnic of Odd Fellows Is to Be
Held at Down River Park
Beat to Maki Trips.
Tomorrow, in addition to being cir
cus day in Rock Island, is to be life
diiy of the annual outing of .the t ri-
city Odd Fellows, and 'the members of
the order and their families will spend
the day at the Lin wood 'picnic grounds:
The members wilL'oe taken to the
grounds by boatilie si earner making
three trips, leaving the lauding here
at 10 o'clock in the morning, 2 o'clock
in the afternoon, and 7 o'clock in the
evening.' The afternoon will be de
voted to a program of sports and ath
Ic contests between the different
lodges, and there will be music, danc
ing, and speech making. It is expect
ed that several hundred Odd Fellows
will spend the day 'at the picnic
FIRST ROUND PUTS
16 OUT OF THE RACE
(('ununited from Page Tlirt-o.)
Society news, written or telephoned
to the society editor of The Argus, will
tie gladly received and published. But
in either case the identity or the sender
must be made known, to insure relia
bility. Written notices must bear-signature
W. C. T. U. Gives Program. An en-
lertainlug program was given at the
Broadway Presbyterian church last
evening under the auspices of the W.
C. T. U.. for the benefit of the water
barrel fund. Miss Katherine Gest gave
an organ solo and Mrs. Frank Cor
coran read effectively "The Bachelor's
Reverie," with tableau effect by 15
young ladies in cos'-urne. As the vari
ous characters were mentioned in the
reading that character appeared in ap
propriate costume. The entertainment
was so pleasing that three encores
were given. The various parts were
taken as follows: Bachelor, Homer
Hit.kley; first love. Miss Helen Mc
lean; school girl. Miss Jessie Thatch
er; country girl. Miss Clara Wake
ftejd; tenuis girl, Miss Florence Mc
Candless; the girl from the golden
west. Miss' Marie Tremann; co-ed girl,
Miss Edna' Carl; daughter of the regi
ment girl, Miss Helen Krell; the
twins. Misses Nina and Hazel Mun
ger; yachting girl. Miss Julia Craw
ford; maid from Holland, Miss Mabel
Smith; chrysanthemum, girl, Miss
Florence Schneider; maid of the Red
Cross; Miss Merle Hurst; Merry
Widow, Miss Mary Crissman, and the
bride, Miss Laura Marquis. After the
program refreshments were served on
the church lawn.
S. S. R. Club Installs. The S. S. R.
club of the Fraternal Tribunes held its
regular meeting last evening at tlve
home of Mrs. William Smith, 519 Thir
tieth street, and Installed officers fo;
the ensuing term. The officers install
ed are: President. Mrs. Elizabeth
Crapp; vice president, Mrs. Agnes Far
den: secretary, Mrs. D. L. Bloom;
treasurer. Mrs. William Smith; tins
tees. Mrs. Percy. Mrs. Weinberger and
Mrs. Ristau. Following the business
cession,-guessing games were played,
the prizes going to Mrs. Marten, Mrs.
White. Mrs. Crapp and Mrs. Weiuber
ger. The hostess served a nice lunch
during the evening.
Chaney-Coupland. At the parsonage
of the First Methodist church at
o'clock Monday evening took place the
marriage of George E. Chaney of this
city and Mrs. De. (Marian E. Coupland
i f Mollne. The ceremony was per
formed. by Rev. R. B. Williams and
was witnessed by James Campbell and
Miss. Hazel Chaney, sister of the
groom. The ring service was used.
Mr. Chaney is employed by Spencer &
Trefz, and the couple will make their
homo at 631 Thirty-fifth street. .
G. A. R. Ladies to Meet. The sew
ing society of the ladies of the' G. A.
R. will meet at the home of Mrs. Ida
Van Horn 9l5 Fifteenth street, Fri
day evening. " .
Hartshorn-Lewis. Rev. W. B. Clem
mer of the Memorial Christian church
last evening at 7 o'clock officiated at"
men in the race for the championship
cup, it will be surprising If any of
them last to the finals. One, Ardo
Mitchell, is already out of the race.
s he was defeated by J. D. Cady
Immediately after the finish of the
round yesterday, lots were drawn to
etermine the pairings for today, Mrs.
C. P. Skinner being custodian of the
hat containing the names. Mrs. ''jj. D.
Cady drawing the lots, and President
Gates of the association presiding and
reading off the list as the names were
The tabulation shows the detailed
cores of the players who qualified in
the championship and of those who
failed to qualify.
Auothrr Trial Tomorrow.
Tomorrow the qualifying round for
the three minor cups of the ass.K-ia-
ion will be played, and all of those
who are not engaged In competition
for the championship title will be
eligible for competition in these
flights. There are to be three flights
with eight players in each class.
HON. JOHN P. M GOORTY OF CHICAGO.
THE TEE GROUNDS
AT THE ARSENAL
The Chicago papers are represented
during the tournament by the follow
ing staff men: Record-Herald. Mal-
com McLean; Tribune. J. G. Davis;
Inter-Ocean, J. E. G. Ryan.
It certainly was fate's cold hand
that brought "J. D. Cady and Ardo
Mitchell together in the morning's
round. Both were expected to finish
wei! uiiri the finals. Cady hit a snag
when he met Chandler Egan this
'Charles Wiiuan gave a barn dance
last, night in the new addition to the
stables. Warren Wood and other vis
iting golfers were present.
Leon Mitchell is back in old form
again. He played a rattling good
game this morning and should win
his match this afternoon.
Not only does the winner of the
tournament receive a. cup for his" f
forts, but he alro has the honor of hav
ing his name engraved on the George
Thome trophy.- This cup was pre
sented to the association by George
Thome in IS'.!) and rivals the Olympic
cup for beauty. If any player has bis
name on the cup three times in suc
cession he wins '-he cup permanently.
H. C. Egan has his name on for llU2,
1!)05 and 1906.
! Extra bote matches were popular
this morning. They, always add a lit
tle more zest and enthusiasm to the
A. Scckel wauls to know why they
called the fourth hole the "papoose."
The lit'-le Indian has been responsible
for causing a premature ascension of
more than one man's, balloon.
Why did they build the river so near
the bank, was Christian Kenney's lit
tle wail this morning, when he saw
his golf ball floating out of reach in
the seathing foam of the Mississippi.
OABD . NAMES
FOR THE. YEAR
School Directory Organize, F.
C. Denkmann Made Presi
dent for Another Term. '
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SHOTS ARE FIRED;
POLICE KNOW NOTHING
Reported That Wou!d-Be Burglar is
Target Officers Give Chase to
an Insane Man.
S. S. KEM3LE CHOSEN CLERK
Action Is Taken Certifying Amounts
for Tar. Levy Consider Matter
of Fuel for Winter.
The board of education met at the
directors' room at the high school last
evening and reorganized for the year.
The members of the board are Hie
same as before. C. H. Seidel and W.
R. Mclntyre having been reelected at
the recent school election. The organ-
It is repotted that a revolver shot
was fired on Seventeenth street last
night at a man attempting a burglary.
The police deny that, there was a bur-,
glary attempt reported, and deny any
knowledge of the shooting.
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Directors Consider Many Mat
ters in Regular Weekly
MANY SHOWS ARE SECURED
Manager 15 Busy Wit!i Various De
tails in Connection With
The directors, of the Rock Island
Exposition company held a protracted
best-ion at their regular weekly meet
ing at the 'Harper last evening. Re-
I ports were made by all of the various
standing committees, showing with
' what energy the project has . been .
ttken hold of, thie committee on at
tractions iii particular presenting con
tracts made in CUlcago, through Man
ager Lewis and Director McDaniel, for
four additional features for the gen
eral show. These , are all of a su
perior and exceptional nature, two of
them being foreign, and now having
. their first appearance, in America.
IMpny Mattrrtt DiitcuKiied.
Manager Lewis had many maiters
to bring before Uie directors, and
there were different subject for seri
ous consideration on which the direc
tors are anxious to act with great care,
and some of these ;were put off until
j next Tuesday nightfs meeting.
J Progress was reported all along the
; line and the indications are that Rock
Island's fall expo, will be the best ever.
HON. DOUGLAS PATTISON OF FREEPORT.
was given to Chaunon & Dufva, at d
the work of fitting up fhe room so that
iL would be suitable to work in was
iet to John Volk & Co. IMncipai II.
E. Brown of the high school reported
receipts of $ 175.51 for the rental of
hooks used at the high school by the
jiupils. The board ordered the ' publi
cation if the annual report of the
board in the daily paper.1?.
Bills for the month were allowed
Harper House company $ 2.75
Western Union .Telegraph Co.. .30
Spencer & Trefz 2.i4
it. I. Sand & Gravel Co...... ."..in
Hartz & Bahnsen Co 101.4S
C. II. Telephone Co O.00
Bl.-kslee studio t 5.00
Peoples Power Co fiO.3-1
R. 1 Hardware Co 10.09
L.'s. McCabe & Co
Rohb's Express Co
Chan non & Dufva
Electric Construction Co..
Tucker the Printer
Ill- & Ehleb
John T. Xoftsker
John Yolk & Co.... ......
F- H. Cramer
Lereh & Greve .......
Mrs. M. E. Potter
Homstone Slating Co
Esterbrook Steel Pen Mfg
Row,' Peterson & Co
S. S. Kemble
R. I. Lumber & Mfg. Co.
Will If. Rick
Union Electric Tel.. & Tel
Henry Dart's Sons
George E. MacLean
Manual Arts press...
A. C. McClurg & Co 6.34
University of Chicago Press... 1.50
D.' Appleton & Co 1.39
Holden Patent Book Cover 'Co. 58.03
Chamberlin, Kindt & Co.,...
M. Allen and F. Nelson.
C. Oelschlagel. ; t
H. E. Brown , 33.50
A. W. Crampton 9.22
Sam Meaner : .,
Orval Karns -
MRS. D, E. SCHOLL
Is the place to get a good cham
poo, facial and scalp massage,
manicuring or chiropody.
A full line of hair g?)ods, nets,
etc. Hair work madft to order.
Hair dressing for jwirties and
wedlings at the heroes If de
sired. Opposite Harper house.
Old Phone 953.
S. S. KEMBLE,
A man in the east lend of the city veteran School Man, Reelected Clerk of
yesterday acted cpieerly, and.it was Hoard. '
thought that he was insane. He was 1 , - I
chased, but fled, and made his escape izauon 01 me ooaiu is ids same as
from the citizens and police who
sought to capture him.
last year, with F. C. Denkmann . as
president and Carl Hellneustell trea3-i
urer and S. S. Kemble clerk.
. Committees were named by the pres
ident as follows: .
' Finance and auditing, ilull and
Denkmann": teachers, textbooks, dis
cipline, -Mclntyre .and Stewart; build
ings and repairs, the entire., board;
supplies, Stewart and Seidel; Insur
ance. : : janitors, heating, Seidel and
over 100; Hull. -
other places in Canada and New Eng- A tarx levy of 175,000 for-school ex-
land. Ticiiets gooa .iu nays, uioerar, penses find $30,000 for building was
Special Excursion Fares Via Grand
Trunk Railway System
Summer 1908 7
- 'Chicago to
Montreal and return.
yncbw and return. ... ;s . .
TninnKatnl and return......
Portia nil and return......
Old Orchard and return....
Boston and return....
Corresponding fares to
. .-. .f?ft.f
. .-. I 27.75
stopover arrangements. St. Lawrence
river and rapids included at .'slightly
higher fares- Timetables, descriptive
literature, etc., can be obtained by
mail from George W. Vaux. A.: G. P.
& T. A., 135 Adams street, Chicago.7
Beer That Is Beer.
authorized by the board for the next
year.- "-- ' ' -.. ..'.
Fuel for the schools for the winter
-rr, r. rri .-.TI SlH OrsW and ftlA fiDP.
retary of the board was given the au
thority to receive bids for coal, v The
contract to furnish the rattlings which
are nsed io start the fires was given
If you want to drink good beer, order j to yrT voss. The work of nuttine- in
the Davenport Malting company's "pale the heating and nlumbimr fixtures .In
ici-it. nicu tjnucic in wine new aomesuc science room wnicti
'Talnnii. "Hoth nhona ' north 1 m1i iw. 4ne-iifii-i-.- h
Every Pair of Oxfords Must Go!
Find Your Size and You Find a Bargain
WO Admit It. We are overstocked on Me,
Women's and Misses and Chil
drcn's Oxfords. The unseasonable weather is to
be blamed for it. But we are going to accept our ioss
right now. You get the benefit. Call tonight or to
morrow, but don't wait too long jor your size may
be gone. Stock doesn't last long at these prices you
know. Here are a few:
Men's 0xfords-$4 Oxfords cut to
$3.50 Oxfords cut to . . . .
bft installeji In the high school, ;
Ladies' Low Shoes, regular $3.50 values cut
to . . ...... . . $2.75
Misses' and Children's regular $2 values $ 1 .75
- All $1.75 values cut to
You'll, never have another opportunity to buy high grade footwear
at such prices, so act at once. - ,
1708 2nd Ave.
Y-T TTT Wr,ht,s shoes
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