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THE ROCK ISIiAND AKGTJS, FRIDAY, MARCH 11, 1910.
GOLD PEDALS IN
FHEG. 0. P. GAf.lP
Internal Strife and Democratic
Activity .' Cause Withdrawals
of Candidacies. .
IN A FLUNK
Faithful Fail to Get Together In Ac
cordance With Orders of City-
i ivwnsnip committee.
3- $everal eases of cold feet hire de
veloped In the local republican camp
since the ward roundups of last night,
Called to frame delegate tickets for
the - township convention and to cor
ral e representative of the grand old
party to stand as alderxnanlc targe fa
to the respective wards. Down In the
First ward there was such confusion
that It was Impossible to poll enough
party, members at any one spot long
nftnp-h tn hnlrl a mfatiTia- an A tho, itv
committee Is charged with the duty
Of Invading that section and cooking
up a ticket to be voted on at the pri
mary tomorrow afternoon. Up in the
Seventh T. J. Ellin wood, although
Eiignuy disturbed by the dissenting
rumblings, pulled himself together suf
ficiently yesterday to have the offi
cial party organ announce him as a
candidate to succeed himself as alder
man. But when the young man
reached the caucus called last evening
at ; the Book concern he discovered
that, there had been a big tumble In
the atmosphere, and that the scalpers
were abroad lying In wait for him
behind every telegraph pole and high
fence in the ward.
- Cbangti Anouecmtat.
J Mr. Elllnwood, after a restless night
thinking it over, today had another
story to tell the voters of his ward,
- and that Is that he has decided not
to go before his party primary tomor-
, row as a. seeker for a renomlnation.
He determined the wiser plan to side
step before the fatal punch was de
livered. The opposition was smilingly
awaiting his appearance as a candi
date at the primary. Mr. Elllnwood
seemingly has not gotten along as well
with his constituents in the Seventh
as he might. They have a number of
scores against him and tney had
planned a final settlement at the pri
mary, but the young man got out of
the' way before the storm hit. Now
that he Is cut of the way, two others
have come out from under cover. They
are John Leaf and Ralph O. Elllnwood.
The latter la a brother of the retiring
Hoist ! AIM.
" J. A. Holzt, Indorsed by the Seventh
ward republican caucus last evening
for the collectorshlp nomination, to
day gave notice that he .had changed
his mind, and did not wish to have his
name presented to the city-township
' The delegate tickets selected are as
. "Seeoad Ward.
Charles Oberg, H. Nicholas, Charles
Sangren, Charles Barth, C I Beards-
ley, W. M. Schriver, William Sugden,
William Dlesenroth, A. J. Utke, Frank
Evans, Carl Clow, William Bartley,
B. D. Connelly, W. D. Gall, A. V. Sug
den, Hans Clemann, H. F. Lamp, Sr.,
H. T. Siemon, George Behrens, S. It.
Wright, F. B. McCullom, Ralph Sou-
ders, Ben Rlnck, George Dlesenroth, J.
B. Winters, H. a S chaffer, William
Johnson, Joseph Stroehle, J. Henry
Lidders, Don Shaw, Aaron Anderson,
Simon Lewis, Sam Ryerson and Frank
Dr. Joseph DeSilva, II. C. Harris, L.
Livingston, Thomas Kennedy, R. C.
Clarke. Dr. G. G. Craig. Sr.. R. C. Ben
son, Henry Paridon, Walter A. Rosen
field, John Rinck, G. C. Wenger, Fred
Appelquist, Joseph L. Hass, Charles E.
W. Harris, Charles Schenebrlcker,
George Schmid, I. P. Morris, Charles
Oswald, J. L. Smith. John Haller, Wil
liam O'Brien, Charles Sundeen, Ben
Showalter. Henry B. Hubbard, B.
Edward Schoede, W. F. Schroeder,
William Brough, William McCullough,
C. J. Larkln, John Mohl, L. S. Mc
Cabe, A. J. Rless, Martin McNealy, J.
T. Stephens, Mr. Hoppman, Henry
Koehler. George Evans, W. H. Ed
C Fullerton. J. E. Boden. M. O. Gna.
wold, H. H. Robb, E. V. Ramser, John
Arnell, J, F. Witter, C. S. Ackerllnd.
J. R. Brooks, Grant Hultberg, A. B.
Curtis, A. E. Nelson, John Burk, C.
Borst. Jake Brandemeyer, IL Newton,
George Ditch, George Eckert, G. O.
Cowden, Thomas Flynn.
Those Who Are Entered.
The following have handed to the
city committee the announcement of
their candidacies for the aldermanlc
Second ward John W. Carse.
Third ward J. C. Slmser.
Fifth ward George L. Schmid.
Sixth ward J. T. Stephens.
The candidates for the nominations
for township officers, who have so far
We are now showing an ex
tensive line of men's new
Or Exclusive Styles and Colors
iMumv ,m mi niifi,wmi,i.i
New spring patterns and nov
elty materials in shirts that will
especially appeal to particular
men. 1, 1.25, 81.50, $2.00
Certainly Mottling Classier was
Ever Seen in E&?adwea
new Derbies and
soft styles. You
can see them all
here. We are
showing for in
stance over 100
different styles arid
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1801-1803- 2nd. Ave. ECCK ISLfiliD.
Searle & Marshall File Motion
to Take Maxwell Damage
Suit from the Jury.
REQUEST IS OVER-RULED
Taktaz of Evidence Resumed
Plaintiff Seeks to Recover Sum
f $5,000 for Injuries.
.Searle ft Marshall, attorneys for the
Ror Island Plow company, made a
motion this morning In the circuit
court to dismiss the damage proceea
insrn hmnirht aeainst the corporation
by William Maxwell, who Is sueing for
recovery of $5,XXr on the grounds tnai
he sustained serious injuries, due to
the negligence of the company to pro
vide suitable lighting jacuiuea in tne
room where he was employed. He
struck his head against a shaft ..while
at work March 25, 1907, and ne claims
to have received injuries from whici
he has not entirely recovered. The
motion for dismissal was made on the
grounds that sufficient evidence ha4
not been Introduced by the plaintiff to
show that the company was to blame
for the accident. Judge Kamsay over
ruled the motion, however, and tho
trial of the case proceeded.
Trial List Set.
The following cases have been
nlaced imon the trial list In the circuit
court and If time permits they will
be taken up next week:
"Westlin v. Peters.
Swift vs. city of Rock Island.
State bank vs. Shields et aL
State bank vs. Shields et aL
Burgert vs. Trl-Clty Railway com
Brodine vs. Cady Stone quarry.
Wilbur vs. Baron.
McDonald vs. Hess.
McDonald vs. Hess.
City of Mollne vs. Kleyla.
Seuss vs. Tri-Clty Railway company.
Linden vs. C. R. L & P. Railway
Runge vs. C, B. &.Q. Railway com
Vanderbeke vs. DeCaegney.
Henry Dart's Sons vs. Chlnlund.
Stein, Hlrsch & Co. vs. Gundberg.
Everett company vs. Frledenwald
Kranbeck vs. Kranbeck.
Knabe vs. Rock Island Sash and
Lynch vs. Mlntz.
Hnntoon vs. Franlng.
People ex rel Shallberg vs. Central
Union Telephone company.
South vs. Bailey.
Muenter vs. Mollne Plow company.
Pickup vs. Hanson.
made themselves known, are as fol
Supervisor David Don, for reelect
tlon, and Louis C. Pfoh.
Assistant supervisors James .
Larkln, George Stroehle and Ezra
Wllcher. all holding that office at
Collector Edward Brashar.
Assessor 3. P. MoeUer.
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four of the best lines of clothing in America, and we per
sonally guarantee every suit purchased in this store.
Make your se
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lay your suit
aside for you
until you are
UR assortment of Hats, Shirts, Hosiery,
Caps, Neckwear, etc., etc., is complete
and the niftiest ever shown in this store.
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1800 Second Avenue, Rock Island, Illinois
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Green Trading Stamps
ROCK ISLAND MAY
HAVE ROOF THEATRE
Theodore Elchelsdoerfer has re
turned from South Dakota.
Carl J. Mneller, manager of the New
Harper, left last evening for Hot
Springs, Ark., for a short sojourn.
Mrs. Charles Kunde and Miss Mar
garet Early of Newton, Kan., are
guests of Mrs. W. A. Totten, 1307 Sec
Captain "W. H. "Whlsler, who haa
been sojourning at Hot Springs for
she weeks, has returned to this city.
Mrs. Whlsler stopped at St. Louis for
Carl Sauerman. formerly of this city,
has taken a position at Las Vegas. He
will remove his family to that city
from Espanola, where he has resided
for a number of years.
Clinton (Iowa) Herald: Owen Kins
ley of Rock Island, where he former
ly was on the police force, is In Clin
ton visiting friends. Mr. Kinsley was
for many years general superintendent
In the Young lumber yards here.
OFFICERS CHANGE ON 15TH
Major IUche to Surrender His Ixxml
Post Next Week.
Tuesday of next week Major Charles
Keller will relieve Major Charles S.
Rlche of the command of the upper
Mississippi river Improvement work,
and will change his headquarters from
Detroit to this city. Major Rlche takes
the post at Detroit which is surrender
ed by Major Keller. Mrs. Keller and
her children, Ira and Charles, Jr., will
arrive In the city tomorrow from De
troit Major Keller and his family will
reside temporarily at the home of Mrs.
Keller's father, Mayer Roe en field, 1808
Major Rlche Is in receipt of orders
from the United States engineering
department that, in connection with
his new duties at Detroit, he Is to
continue In charge of the Des Moines
rtver survey. This territory Is In
cluded In the work: that he Is relin
quishing here, and the order carries a
high compliment to the major.
, Attention, Eagles.
Lady members of the Eagles are re
quested to meet Monday afternoon at
o'clock at the Eagles home on
Twenty-first street add Fourth ave
nue for the purpose of discussing the
organization of an Eagles' auxiliary.
Moose Hare Offer from Owners
Hopp In Connection With the
- Building Plans.
Rock Island lodge, Loyal Order of
Moose, at a meeting of the member
ship called for this evening at 8 o'clock
at the Y. M. C. A., will probably se
lect a site for the proposed new home
of the local lodge. It is stated that
the membership is about agreed upon
the old Spear homestead site at the
northeast corner of Third avenue and
Eighteenth street. The lodge will also
have an offer of a lease of two floors
and the roof of the building for a term
of years from the owners of the Hopp
theatre. The' plans of the latter are
to serve vaudeville the year through,
Sufferers from indigestion are wak
ing up to the fact that peppermint
lozenges, charcoal and "dyspepsia
cures" are only makeshifts in the cure
of so troublesome a complaint as
chronic indigestion. What is required la
soroethlnir that will not onlv reliwA hut
which will tone and train the dltrestiva
apparatus to again do iU work normally,
and this these simple remedies cannot do.
There Is something more to the cure
Of indigestion than sweetening the
breath, and yet & remedy that only con
tains digestive Ingredients will not cure
permanently, as the basis of indigestion
Is poor bowel circulation, and that re
quires A scientific laxative. We know
or no remedy that combines these re
quirements better than rr r!AMw1l'
Byrup Pepsin., which has been sold lor
a quarter or 4 century.
., 1. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin" Is a laxa
tive tOniC. & ITliHflo kliHln . ...-
n 1 .Jnrea'ents for the" cure of con
stipation. Indigestion, liver trouble, sour
stomach, sick headache and similar com
plaints. Its Ingredients will so strengthen
ana tone the stomach and bowel muscles
Uiaf, y wU1 again do their work nat
cr''7. and when that has been ancom-
ilshed your trouble- Is over. Fannie
tuart. Staunton V wa m Innr.tl..
snirerer. as was O. Tuck. Blackburn,
ana the hot h fnnnrf h.i-
with this remedy. They became con
vinced that pills and tablets, salts, "dys
pepsia cures." eta, were at best only
temporary relief. They first accepted
nr. Caldwell's offer of a free sample bot
tle. Which he willlnvfv oanrt tn ftntr.n.
who forwards name and address. Later.
naming convinced themselves through the
free Sample, thnv hnnvht Stvmtr Pmri.
of their druggist at fifty cento and One
"vL ' dot tie.
to give you any medical advice you may
lTtoT yourself or family pertaining to
tne stomach, liver or bowels absolutely
free of charge. Explain your case tn a
J2r,iTnd.J?e w1n "P'y yu ,n otan.
r "r the free sample simply send your
name and address on a postal card or
otherwise. For either request the doctor's
address in Dr. W. B. Oald welLR.fi C 2 Cald.
In the event of the perfection of the
arrangements they have In mind, the
bill, to be given in a roof theatre in
the summer months.
TWO WILLS ARE PROBATED
in Each Case Ijeft to Sur
Two wills were admitted to probate
today by Judge R. W. Olmsted In the
county court. One was that of Chris
tine Peterson of Moline, who dieJ
Feb. 7, 1910. Her will was dated
Sept. 13 and she left her property to
her (five children, Frank, Theodore,
Charles, Mrs.- Sophia Anderson and
Mrs. Emma, Swan son, and her grand
son, Herbert Peterson. All are living
in Moline except Frank, who lives at
Marseilles, 111., and Mrs. Anderson who
is a resident of Kansas.
The other will was that of Dora
Hoesli, also of Moline. The document
was dated Jan. 17, 1910, and it dis
posed of the estate of the deceased
by dividing it equally among the hus
band, Jacob Hoesli, and the six chil
dren. John Hauberg was named as
DENY AUTO TRUST STORY
Morgan Representative Wires E-M-F
Company to Issue Statement.
Detroit, Mich., March 11. Upon a
telegraphic request from Frederick V.
Stephens, of the New York banking
firm of J. P. Morgan & Co., President
W. E. Flanders of the E. M. F. Auto
mobile company, gave out a statement
to the effect that there is no truth In
the report that the recent purchase of
the E. M. F. concern, by the Morgan
interests heralded any combination of
Drunks Are Fined.
John Pole and Isaac Foster were
before Police Magistrate C. J. Smith
this morning on charges of disorderly
conduct growing out of sprees in which
they indulged Mast night. Pole had
enough money to pay a fine of $1 and
costs and Foster was able to pay 3
and costs In order to get out.
NEW ROAD IS ORGANIZED
Eastern Illinois Oonpany Incorpor
ates with Capital of Million.
Springfield. 111., .March 11. The
Eastern Illinois Rillway company,
capital $1,000,000, with Chicago as tho
principal office, wa Incorporated to
day. The ioad is to be built from
East Hammond via'llarvey to River
dale. . !
At the First Methodist Church.
The 23d Tsalm Tas the subject of
Dr. Nichols" discourse last evening at
the First MethoOist church. The
speaker has epent a good dal of time
in the holy land, and his observations
there enable him to present bible truth
in an exceedingly Interesting way.
His address last iflcht was one of th-3
most enjoyable anfl profitable sermons
he has given. Mr; Beck's solos are an
important feature of the meetings.
The funeral of John Holdorf will be
held Sunday afternoon at 2 o'clock,
with services at the home of his daugh
ter, Mrs. Martin Theus, 715 Twelfth
avenue. The Claus Groth glide of Dav
enport, of which Mr. Holdorf was a
member for many years, will attend
the services in a body, and Johannes
Krueger, a member of the society, will
give the funeral sermon. Burial will
be in Chipplannock cemetery.
State Convention for-Des Moines.
Des Moines, Iowa, March 11. The
republican state central .committee to-
Iday decided to hold the state conven
tion this year In Des Moines.
The date fixed for the convention
was Aug. 3. The temporary chairman
will be selected at a later meeting.
Pat Crowe In Clinton Jail.
Pat Crowe, the Scott county product
who has won fame in various lines of
criminal endeavor, was arrested at
Clinton and locked up yesterday for
Intoxication. He had just been chased
out of Dixon.
An Awful Eruption,
of a volcano excites fcrief interest,
and your interest In skin eruptions
will be as short. If you use Bucklen's
Arnica Salve, their quickest cure.
Even the worst boils, ulcers, or fe
ver sores' are soon healed by it. Best
for burns, cuts, bruises, sore lips,
chapped hands, chilblains and piles.
It gives instant relief. 25 cents at
Our new models for women are in and are greatly admired by
Early selections for Easter are advisable as stocks are com
plete and some very exclusive styles and shapes (not to be found
elsewhere) are being shown by us.
Short vamps, and the smart high arched effects prevail, in shoes
and pumps. f
Black suedes, also a new dull satin pump, are exciting com
ment among the ladies.
Priced range -$3 to-S4.50 pair
Sexton-Driggs Shoe Co.
SUCCESSORS TO PRICE SHOE OOMPAXV.