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THE 'ANGUS, FRIDAY;: NOVEMBER- 6. 1008.
SPECIAL TAX
LOST BY 1,578
. -. ' i
According to Figures Computed by
the Board That Made the
Official Car.vass.
Fifth ward. 1st pre....
ONLY -SLIGHT
Fifth ward, 2d pre.....
Sixth ward, 1st pre
Sixth ward, 2d pre
Seventh 'ward, 1st pre. . .
Seventh ward. 2d pre ....
S.venth ward. 3d pre...
CHANGES MADE
II MU ! - " f
OB
.Total 1
No Great Difference in ' Totals From
COUNTRY.
Cordova i : . .
Coe
Official Canvass, and Un
official Returns.
Canoe Creek..
Zumi
The
OVERCOAT
HOUSE
FAVORED IN FEW PLACES
Only Scattering Precincts Gave Propo
sition a Majority Vote on
Question in Detail.
Rock .Island county will not have
its funds replenished by a special tax
of 50 cents for county purposes, foi
the next two yeais. The tax proposi
tion is- shown by the official returns
as canvassed by the county canvass
ing board to have been overwhelming
ly defeated. The returns show that
in practically all of the precincts th3
proposition lost. In Rock Island there
were a few precincts where the ma
jority favored the tax, and in a few
of tin country piccincts it carried,
and in sevtral others the expressed
sentiment was evenly divided. The
totals, however, in the three general
districts, Rock Island, iloline and the
country precincts, wore against tho
measure.
Returns in Detail.
Th: returns on t tie tax in detail are
as follows: -
ROCK 1SLAXD.
Precincts. Yes Xj
Firot ward, 1st pre 7G 127
First, ward, 2d pre..... 10S 162
Second ward, list pre 13: l'l
Second ward, 2d pre 105 2IC
Third ward, 1st pre 144 S7
Third ward, 2d pre 172 120
Third ward. pre 277 101
Fourth ward, 1st pre 115 7S
Fourth ward. 2d pre 191 93
Fifth," ward. 1st pre. 92 100
Fifth ward, 2d pre. 1 114
Sixth ward. 1st pre 107 9?
Sixth ward, 2d pre 99 190
Seventh ward. 1st pre 78 S3
Seventh ward. 2d pre...... 17S 231
Seventh ward, 3d pre 80 178
Port Byron
Hampton, 1st pre
Hampton, 2d pre.....
Hampton, 3d pre.
Hampton, 4th pre
South Moline, 1st pre
South Moline, 2d pre
South Rock Island, 1st pre. .
South Rock Island, 2d pre...
Blaciv Hawk....'.
Coal Valley '.
Rural
Bowling
Edgington, 1st pre
Edgington, 2d pre...
Andalusia
Buffalo Prairie
Drury
124 26
147 159
150 247
139 231
189 251
35 12(5
68 133
I
170C 2445
88 44
65 101
51 51
56 70
63 80
109 1SI
70 70
23 : PJ
92 110
72- 112
72 .21
145 157
88 98
60 199
72 82
34 93
51 - 91
37 89
70 84
24 102
58 115
61 133
Total 14G1 2261
Total 2142
MOLINE.
First ward, 1st pre..... 99
First ward, 2d pre ' CI
Second ward, 1st pre 124
Second ward, 2d pre 95
Third ward, 1st pre 130
Third ward, 2d pre 82
Fourth ward, 1st pre '.. 142
Fourth ward, 2a pre.....:. 121
2175
177
151
134
9S
97
97
122
S)
Grand total 5309 CSS7
1 Second Defeat.
This is the second time the people
of the county have voted down this
proposition. It was up two years ago
and was overwhelmingly defeated, and
the county has jeen "broke" for two
years. The supervisors this year, after
announcing that all funds were ex
hausted. and ordering that no bills be
allowed for ihe present, prepared to
submit the question again.
As the proposition can be voted on
only at a general election, it' will be
two years more before it comes up
again. And in the meantime the board
of supervisors will have to practice
rigid economy and make both ends
meet with the money that is provided
by the regular tax levies.
It is expected that at the December
meeting of the board action will be
taken authorizing the issue of orders
Against the anticipated revenues from
the tax levy provided for at the last
meeting. This action could have been
taken at the last session.' but the
board neglected to act, although
year ago it did not delay in taking
this step when the funds were .ex
hausted.
Hemorrhoids,
As well as blood congestions and
swellings from other causes, are cured
by the application of Salubrin in ac
cordance with the "directions" accom
jpanying each bottle. It gives immedi
late relief and permanent cure. JUi
'druggists. ' " "
BOARD FINISHES ITS WORK
Completes Computation for County This
Afternoon Vote Polled by Dif
ferent Candidates.
McCabe's Saturday Specials.
New lot marshmallows, Saturday, per Ib 15c
Fresh salted peanuts lb., 10c
Those delicious 40c and 50c chocolates in nice boxes, Satur
day per lb., 30c
Table oilcloth with 6ome slight imperfections at just half price,
7 'Ac a yard.
Women's fine seamless 1 9c black stockings; save the 9c and
pay us just 10c the pair all day Saturday, 10c
Remember double stamps on all the Educator shoes Saturday
all day and evening.
Those pure linen, all white hemstitch handkerchiefs 3c each on
Saturday 3c. Only a hundred dozen. They may not last all day
. and evening 3c.
Heavy German silver bleach, all pure linen napkins, Saturday, .
per dozen, 97c.
18 inch hemstitched doilies with one row drawn work, 15c.
Park Mills best all wool ingrain carpet remnants, 1 M to 5 yard
lengths, solid colors, in reds, greens, browns, blues, etc., values
75c, 90c a yd. your choice 35c.
Matting Shirt Waist Boxes 16 in. wide and 30 in. long trim-
mea wnn rartan ana crass nanaies $2.45.
Weathered and golden oak magazine stands, 4 shelves 42 in.
high-87c.
Men's fast black cotton socks, good ones 6c a pair at 7:30 p.m.
All day men's medium weight camel's hair cashmere shirts and
drawers $1.00 value all day 58c.
Traveler's samples of men's, women's and children's under-wear-38c
to $5.00 values marked at 19c, 29c, 39c, 58c, 78c,
$1.12, $1.19, $1.58, $1.98, $2.98.
Derma Viva face bleach 50c s(ze, 29c
Sanitol face powder 25c size, 1 6c '
Fancy belt pins and buckles-many are reduced more than half
ior me aaturaay selling choice 25c .
Back combs, silver and gilt finished tops quick only 10c -Safety
Pins, dozen on card for lc. '
Field's best &c"ord 200 yards machine cotton, 3 spools for 10c
Warren Featherbone stock foundations, price cut in two, 5c
Misses' and children's pretty coats, - full length, made -of fancy
coatings and braid trimmed, special $2.85.
. Women's black panama dress skirts, plaited and flared, $5.00
.skirts at $3.00. . . , ,v ;
Children's cotton flannel underwaists, warm and substantial ;
at 8c . .:.". . "
Elegant lace waists, chiffon lined, beautifully made and trimmed
with laces, etc. values 7.00 to 12.50one chance at $5 00.
Beautiful thin Japanese china cups and saucers worth 25c
Saturday just half price 12Hc
Mrs. Pott's cold handle iron holders, each 5c
Decorated china bread and milk or oatmeal bowls special Sat
urday, 8c v.
One piece sheet steel stove pipe elbows for Saturday, 7c
Handsome German china cream or milk pitchers, Saturday's
special price, 8c
, Our florist says we can advertise some more of those beautiful
carnations and roses for Saturday, the roses at 38c and 50c a
dozen; carnations, 33c dozen. There will be a limited quantity
of chrysanthemums at $1.00 a dozen to those who are prompt :
It was not until ; after noon .today
that the county canvassing board, com
posed of County Clerk H. B. Hubbard,
Magistrate Frank Gustafson of Mo
line and Justice J. H. Cleland of this
city, finished their work and completed
the totals of the different precincts
for the various candidates. The rotate
show but slight variation from the un
official - figures heretofore announced
by The Argus.
Below are given the totals, taken
from the records of the canvassing
board:
Prenident.
R. I. Mol. Ctry. Tot.
Bryan, D 2092 1119 1528 4739
Taft. It 2708 2S01 2C27 81 9C
i8
101
3
1
Chafin, P ,
Debs, S. .......
Gilhouse. SI. ..
Hisgen, Ind. . . .
Turney, N. Ch.
Watson, Peo. .
Oftvrrnor.
R. I.
Stevenson, D 187:)
Deneen, R 2120
Sheen, P 52
Brower, S 1S7
Jennings, SI 11
McCaskrin, Ind. ..1015
Lieutenant Got
R.I.
Perry, D ...1993
Og'esby, R 2595
Brubaker, P 67
Collins, S 258
Kohler, Si 13
Beach, Ind 202
C2 147 135 344
279 C2C 1C7 1072
49
174
3
2
14 .
64
1
81
Mol. Ctry-.
903 1448
205
115
26
1270
2331
35
115
9
511
ernor.
Mol. Ctry
1049 1476
2761 2576
141 144
516 158
45 10
340 103
Tot.
4224
67C6
202
655
46
2796
Tot.
4518
7932
352
932
68
645
Seel
R.
Beidler. D.
Rose, R. .
DuBois, P.
Hayes. S.
Renner, SI.
Greer. Ind.
Jeffries, D.
McCullough
Gumbart, P.
Howe. S. . .
Francis, Si.
Lister, Ind.
Mount, D
Russell, R. ...
Spaulding, P. .
I.lcyd. S
Koechlin, SI. .
namburg, Ind.
Hall. D. .....
Stead, R.
Regan. P.
Taft. S
Schaynin, SI.
Garrett, Ind.
Pickering, D. .
Davis, R
Shaw, P
Rodriguez, S.
Francis, SI. . ,
Cronin, Ind. .,
141
570
46
212
Mol.
152
57S
47
209
Ctry. Tot.
1473 4474
2607 8183
145 354
162 997
11 74
69 407
i
Ctry. Tot.
1476 4490
2594 S090
143 365
162 1007
12 75
69 400
retary of State.
R.I. Mol.
...1970 1031
...2693 2883
... 68
. .. 265
.... 17
.... 126
Auditor.
r:i.
....197S 1036
...2665 2831
.... 70
267
16
122
Treaanrer.
R.I. Mol. Ctry. Tot.
19S8 1039 1481 4508
.....266S 2835 2592 8095
70 151 143 364
26.8 578 160 1000
15 47 12 74
117 204 67 S8
Attorney General.
R.I. Mol. Ctry. Tot.
19S2 1063 1481 4526
2C86 2840 2590 8116
72 150 152 374
........ 267 588 164 1019
17 53 11 81
51 52 35 138
Clerk Supreme Court.
R.I. Mol. Ctry. Tot.
...1990 1054.1490 4534
...2662 28402588 8090
72 57 145 374
... 267 ,579
...15 52
. I. 104 179
I'nlrerHltjr Trontee.
R. I. Mol. Ctry. Tct.
Tilden, D 1985 1005 1486 4536
Raymond, D. . 1978 1044 1486 450S
White, D 1981 1041 1482 4504
Bliss, D. ... 1981 1050 1484 4515
Moore, R 2667 2833 2578 8078
Meeker, R 2648 2821 2572 8041
Our Showing of Men's and Young Men's
fine Overcoats this season is the largest in
this vicinity., ... .-
The newest things come in different
colorings, 40 to 50 inches long and in differ-
ent styles. -
. . - - .
The AUTO COAT that buttons to
the neck.
The ARDOC COAT that can be worn
in five different styles.
Full box and semi-box; conservative
styles. Colorings vary. Green, Brown, Black,
Olive, Zebra, Tan, Coffee, etc.
Made by the Best Makers in the Country.
QUALITY IS THE WATCHWORD AT THIS STORE.
$15, $18, $20, $22.50, $25 to $40
Prices no higher for the best than you have to pay elsewhere for inferior values.
I BE PARTICULAR WHERE YOU TRADE.
You Know Us.
mm
LONDON'
161 1007
11 76,
60 343
Carlson, S. ...... 7Sl'3 1373 428 .
Mertz. ind. ...... 141 3S9V : 140
Total vote Vheelan,12,7S3; Camp
bell, 10,490; Abbey, 10.469V6: Mc
Caskrin, 6,025; Carlson, 2,585; Mertz,
6702.
Clerk Cirenlt Court.
R. I. Mol. Ctry. Tot.
Gamble, R. 2772 3096 2044 8512
Garrlga, S. 235 542 154 931
State. Attorney.
R. I. Mol. Ctry. Tot.
Reynolds. D 2846 1178 1749 5773
Magill. R 203C 3052 2446 7534-
Coroner. :
R.I. Mol. Ctry. Tot.
2443 939 1515 4S97
2357 3263 2631 8251
.. 235 481 159 875
Surveyor.' ''
R. I.'JUol. Ctry. Tot.
Hicks, D. 2284 1110 1515 4901'
Treichler. R 2444 2S77 259o C9lfe
Gibson, S 249 581 167 997
Special Tax.
R. I. Mol. Ctry. Tot.
Yes , ..2142 1706 1461 &su
So 2175 2415 2267 6887
Cannl Moncln.
R.I. Mol. Ctry. Tot.
Yes 2579 2SG6 18(4 vaia
Evans, R
Grout, R.
Brehm, P.
Percival. P
Miner, P ,
Xethercut, P. ....
Simmons, S
Brown, S.
Patterson, S
Neebe, S. I ....
Martin, S. L. . . . .
Mollberg, S. L. . .
Klrkpatrick, Ind.,
Godley, Ind.
Stone, Ind. ......
Piatt, Ind. . . . .
2644 2S25 2574 8043
2646 2827 2571 8044
79 162 " 146 387
75 158 144 379
73 158 144 377
73 160 146 379
266 577 162 1005
264 ' 575 '161 1000
. 265 577 161 1003
15 50. 12 77
51 13
15 .
15 51
105 .. 182
79
12 " .78
59 346
104
104'
103
176
174
179
59
59
60
339
337
342
Clerk -Appellate Court.
R. I. Mol. Ctry. Tot
2724 2840 2591 8155
...... 93 157 149 099
...... 283' 608 178 1069
Congressman..
R. I. Mol. Ctry. Tot.
......1920 1230 1489 4639
.2771 2758 2598 8127
. 88'; 147.. 148 383
. 263V 586 165 1014
Board Equalisation.
JR. I. Mol. Ctry. Tot
..1965 1057 1467 44S9
..2674 2838 2580 8092
t. 80 150 146 376
;. 277 . 601 165 1043
r .- ' Representative.
I Duffy. R. ..
Herrick, P.
Owens. S. .
McEniry, D. . .
McKinney, R.
Clark, P
3tiom, S. ....
iDixson, D.
Brown, R.
Stickle, P.
Olson, S.
O'Hero. D.
Rose. R. .
Hardy, S.
Xo .1029 1000 1225 3251
flank Law Amendment..
R.I. Mol. Ctry. Tot.
Yes 1729 2128 1183 5040 1
No...' .... 395 373 450 12lS
Few Women Voted. j
The tally books of the county can '
vassing board show that there wer.
some women in the county who toos
advantage, of the opportunity to vot.
and cast their ballots for trustees of
the University of Illinois. The return 5
show, however, that not a singlo
woman In Rock Island wanted to vote.
There were 21 women in, the county
precincts , who voted for the prohihitio'.:
ticket for university trustees, and 12
for . this .ticket , in Moline. ' Three
women in the county voted f Or the
socialist ' ticket,, and - in the Fourth
ward, first precinct. Moline, on3
woman voted for the democratic
ticket.. " -
CompariMon with 1B01. -
For the purpose of comparison it Is
interesting to note the following total:
from the official canvass of 1904:
R. I. Mol. Coun. T'a'l
Roosevelt. 2769 2609 2726' 8104
Deneen 2734 2648 : .2710 8092
Fur Store
BENNETT'S
Carry the most complete line of Fvrs and Gloves. Prices within -'the"
reach of everyone. No trouble to show goods. Make your selection
and 'we will lay it aside for you. Can make payments to suit yourself."
. . . LOOK FOR THE BEAR. . ' ,
1619 Second Avenue.
Rock Island
We have placed In our
show window a little sign
which reads'
'Make this your ChristmSs
store. Select your gifts now.
We will save them for you."
The wisdom of this action
of ours comes out of abund
ance of experience, and be
cause we know that the most
important question . confront
ing you now is "what to give
for Christmas." c ; .
We can answer you.' .
m
El
SCHROEDEH BROS'. CASH MARKET
317 Twentieth Street. , ,
. PORK LOINS, STRICTLY FRESH, PER POUND H. PORK BUTTS, PER POUND.....
OYSTERS . ' V. PORK SHOULDERS, PER POUND, Q . . -CELERY.
, Rib Roast, per pound.'. i.......lQ(.
Chuck Roast, per pound.. .Qc
Sirloin Steak, per pound. ...c12'c
Porterhouse Steak, per pound. J.2'c)-
Rouad Steak, per pound. ....... Xg
Boiling Beef, per pound
Hamburger Steak, per pound.... JQfc
Skinned Hams, per pound..' X5j'
Regular Hams, per pound..... .J4?
Picnic Hams, per pound
Bacon, per pound. J.5c
'Veal Roast, per pound. 15c. 120
Veal Stevr, per pound . , ,
Lamb Stew,, per . pound . . . .. gv . '-.
WE ARE MANUFACTURERS OF ALL KINDS OF HIGH GRADE SAUSAGES. S-"POUNDS LIVER
SAUSAGE, 25 3 POUNDS BOLOGNA, 25. " L ,; . ; ' ;
.--....! ,, - 2 ' - ' - - - ..
Yoiirs i or BisineW."1" ; . . .
SCHQEIi; BROS.
t"fc ... v -'- i, ' . i .
R.I. Mol. Ctry.
Wheelan. D.;....6136V 2072 3974
; Campbell. R.".... 3291 3641 3558
SAFETY SLOC. '
hlssicsl Pesgram in. Zs Eezzzg:
Rock Island. III.
Abbey. R. 3263, 3678 3528
t McCaskrin, P. ...1991 2485 1548

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