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FIND TRUE BILL
FOR W. J. HENLEY
THE ROCIC ISIiAND AHGUS. v SATURDAY, MAY 7, 1 PI 0.
Grand Jurors ' Bring Formal
Charges Against Ex-President
of a & w. i. '
TOOK $28,000, IT IS SAID
Money Given Him to Distribute
.. Among Legislators to Secure
Passage , of Bill.
Chicago, May 7. A capias for the
arrest of W. J. Henley of Indianapolis,
former rice president and general
counsel of the Chicago & Western In
diana railroad, was issued today. Hen
ley was Indicted yestAlflay on a charge
of embezzlement, beS.YVhe outgrowth
of the allegation of John C. Fetzer
that this road spent 9312,000 securing
the passage of legislation at Spring
field and in Influencing the Chicago
common council. .
Grand Jury An.
Chicago, May 7. William J. Hen
ley, former' president of the Chi-,
cago and Western Indiana railroad,
who, as the road's general counsel,
in 1907 procured the passage of
"house bill No. 77 7' was indicted
s yesterday by the special grand Jury.
The indictment charges him with
having on May 9, 1907, "embezzled
and converted to his own use, $28,
000." It sets forth- that"on that day
he received from the railroad the
sum of $28,000. in two $10,000
checks, one check for $5,000. and
one for $3,000.
According to the evidence before
the grand jury, this money was paid
to Mr. Henley by John C. Fetzer, and
its expenditure was accounted for.
'Prompt Actios Required.
If the indictment of Mr. Henley
had been delayed until after today.
the statute of limitations would have
Intervened and he would have been
Immune from prosecution.
- According to members of the
state's attorney's staff, the evidence
showed, that on' May 9, 1907.- Mr.
Henley said he needed $28,000 to
distribute among downstate legislat
ors In order to procure the passage
of house bill 777. The money, the
evidence showed, was given him by
Mr. Fetzer on May 9 and the evidence
also showed that this was ' the last
heard of it. v
, TSo Accounting; Made. ,
That there was no accounting
given of. this sum was shown by the
company's books, introduced in evi
dence, and at the state's attorney's
office the belief was expressed that
Mr. Henley either distributed the
mnvtov Dmnnp thA lsriRln tnrs nr Vent
-v . o o -
it himself. The latter belief was
expressed the more strongly in that
it had been openly rumored that Mr.
Henley found upon arriving in
Springfield that he did not have to
spend the money to get the bill
through and put it in his pocket.
The principal witnesses against
Henley were Mr. Fetzer and Benjamin-
Thomas, also a former presi
dent of the road, who, with Charles
J. Kappes ' are accused of having
wrongfully withheld $525,000 of the
road's money. This they have been
ordered to pay back by E. C. Field,
. the arbitrator in the company's suit
NEAL INSTITUTE IS
READY TO OPEN
The Xeal an Internal Treatment that
Cures the Drink Habit in Three
Days AVithnot Hypodermic Injec
tions at the Institute or in the
Oscar Edenburn, manager of the
Davenport Neal Institute, 821 Far
nam street, announces that the in
stitute will be open and ready for
business May 9. The Neal drink hab
it cure has the highest endorsements
of the leading physicians, business
and professional men, bankers, cler
gy and press of the northwest. The
personnel of the Neal Institute com
pany, of lowa. is represented by well
known Iowa gentlemen of the great
est business and professional integ
rity. State Senator James E. Bruce
of Atlantic, Iowa, the widely known
banker, Is treasurer. .
That the Neal drink habit cure
will do a fine business, there is no
doubt, for such a cure is greatly
needed by many in this section. That
It does effect a perfect cure in three
days, without hypodermic injections
is certainly a wonder, even in this
age of marvelous progress.
KING GEORGE V. IS DULY
PROCLAIMED RULER OF
THE UNITED KINGDOM
(Continued from Page Ona)
dor Uchlda expressed similar sen
timents. r u -Subjects
Here Show Sorrow.
New York, May 7. News of King
Edward's death oalled forth expres
sions of deepest sorrow from hundreds
of his subjects and former subjects
In New York today. AH classes joined
with representatives of various British
subjects here, and other Englishmen in
words of praise for hig great Influence
for good and in words of sympathy for
his bereaved queen." '
Cboate Calls Hiss Spleadld.
Ambassador Cboate,.' who was pres
Ingredients of Ayers Hair Vigor;
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Anything of merit tie-e7
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Will ac destroy oanaratrr
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Cut this blank eat
ent at the king's coronation, and serv
ed in England for several years cfter,
was greatly w affected by the news.
"The 'king was a splendid man," he
Event Most CritlcaL
John Bigelow, the veteran American
diplomat, now. 93, considers the king's
death at this time-the most critical
event in the history of England since
he became acquainted with Its contem
poraneous events. .
"I can recall no other s event ap
proaching it in significance," he said.
"The very strained relations between
the lower and upper houses of parlia
ment and the recent triumph of the
liberal government aggravate the ser
iousness'of the coming crisis and give
an importance and prominence to the
prime minister which has been enjoy
ed by few, if any, of his predecessors
since the time of William Pitt."
Taft Renews Condolences.
. Washington, May 7. President
Taft today sent a message to. King
George renewing condolences on the
death of King Edward and express
ing good wishes f ora the prosperity
reign of the new . king.
Foreign Nations Unite
in Expressing Sorrow
Over England's Loss
Paris, May 7. Nowhere In Europe
has the passing of King Edward cre
ated deeper emotion than in France,
where he was gratefully acknowledged
Astlc vour tiortor.
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ask your aoccor.
Pouring lit for Popular
STAJfDIXO OF CANDIDATES
Votes counted up to Thursday, May
5, at 6 p. m.
No. 1 City oi
"y Hourn. o la St.
Dorothy Hiersemann, ISIS 4 Ave.
Clara goeoid. 808 21 3t.
Mrs Ben Rinck. 120 7 Ave.
Bssste Porter. 517 4 Ave.
Margaret Giles. 1817 S .
Mae whiiama? SS'i i sl
Rosalind Miller. 602 Webb St.
Mrs Gus Krueger, 602 9 St
Mrs E. Jacobson. 906 12 St
Julia Meek, 912 17 St.
Mary -Dae) Allen, 1268 40 St
Freda Junge. 679 23 St
Mrs Wm. Brasher. 617 10 St
Julia MvGlnty. 2802 Ave.
Clara Hamoton. 787 17 St.
Alice Carse. 11 is 4 Ave.
geiie Currey. 1020 23 St.
Grace Schrlener, 1118 4 Ave.
Sue Channon. 448 44 St.
Mary Dixon. South Rock Island.
&lB&5Ka Fl8.her' 6 Av
Grace Olson. 2205 12 St
Helen McKinney. a
?iaurolY if St.
Charlotte Anderson. 1227 it St.
Minnie v. Nei'on. 1124 7 Ave.
m V e sicOi U34 Ar.,
Rose B. Hamilton, 18 20 so SC
onhSim? 1218 7 Ave.
Kate Byrnes. 1704 a -Ave.
Grace NugTlS. 81 14 Ave.
Helen Edwards, 1310 S Ave.
Mrs c F. Nelson.
Florence Bailey. So. HeUhts.
Blanche I. Baker, 1106 17 St
M 8S Rock lsland-
Mabie McKay ese 18 St
Abble Burns. 1222 S Ave.
name of candidate.)
In the popularity contest J
any objectionable nomination. I
CO-OPEKATTTE STORE. X
as send it at eace. , t
as the principal artisan In the present
diplomatic combinations for the pres
ervation of the peace of Europe. Pre
mier Briand and others of the cabinet
personally called upon the British am
bassador today to express the condo
lence of France.
Papers appear with black borders
today and their editorials sound a
common note of grief which may be
summed up in the 'ords of the Matin,
which says;' "England has lost a great
king, the world a great figure, and
France a great friend."
Deep Impressloa at Rome.
. -Rome, May 7. King Edward's death
has caused a deep Impresaion through
out the kingdom. The pope has tele
graphed his condolences, as have the
premier and foreign minister.
Grief la Japaa.
Tokio, May 7. Japan, as Great Brit
ain's ally, has received news of theJ
king's death with profound sorrow.
All public functions have been sus
pended. The press is unanimous in
expressions of grief and In declaring
the death of King Edward is a severe,
loss, not only to Great Britain, but to
the cause of peace and humanity
throughout the world. '
Roosevelt Makes Statemeat. .
Stockholm, May 7. Roosevelt to
day issued . a statement expressing
grief over the death of King Edward
VII. and appreciation of the late
king's good will towards the United
States . and paying a tribute to his
great ability as a statesmen and his
desire for . peace.
The splendid work of Chamberlain's
Stomach and Liver Tablets Is dally
coming to light. No such grand rem
edy for liver and bowel troubles was
ever known before. Thousands bless
them for curing constipation, sick
headache, biliousness, jaundice and In
digestion. Sold by all druggists. . :
t,ulu McCurdy. 201 11 Ave.
. 1 AAA t (Ik
fc.lVBfi BoTm.r" 43 St.
Mrs A. Uood. 639 IV St.
Cornelia Williams. 8018 6 Ave.
Freda Kellerman. 1128 t Ave.
Mrs Frank Rounds. 418 8 St. '
Sadie Dillon, 401 7 Ave.
, Sarah Wakefield. 748 28 EL
Jane tm Wilcox. 901 20 St
Ida Wilcox, 1842 It St
Lulu Williams. 711 26 St
Ethel Wilson, 2418 8 Ave.
Adeline Wise. 1462 15 St
Laura Wood. 1023 4 St
Miss J. A. Smith, J2U 20St-
Pearl Saville.'828 44 St
Pearl Schleberl. 2718 6 Ave.
Lydla Selle, 1500 18 Ave.'
Gussie Scbroeder. 1224 It 8t
Mabel Sundehn. 732 84 St
Esther Peterson. 1101 44 St
Hattle Pratt 1120 14 St
Mae Parker, 1617 6 Ave. -Sadie
Mrs . B. Kreis, 1118 15 St
Ethel Morse, 2802 8 Ave.
Freda Lamp, 1S29 2 Ave.
Mrs Clara Chaney. 803 17 St '
Anna Langre, 2631 Sty Ave.
Edna Kane, 2847 7 Ave.
Bertha Jonnassen, 1181 14 8t
Sallie Johnson, No. 7 School.
Katherine Hartnady. 1225 12 St.
Celia Hulsbrink. 2411 6. Ave.
Mary Huleer, 13 St an
Lvdia Hofer. 818 18 St.
Margaret Gramp, 3401 9 Ave.
Mmle Flndllng. 286 6 Ave.
Miss Bertha Jumtow, 2838 5 Ave.
Mrs Eastman, High School.
Mr Thos. Casey, Family Theatre.
Nellie Carpenter, 1512 8 Ave.
Nellie Christiansen, 841 44 St -Belle
Conway, 605 13 St
Hazel Beckwith. 2020 5 Ave.
Mrs Gus Bergerson. 1815 14 St
Loretta Allen, 610 9 St
Esther Burg. 4321 7 Ave.
Madge McHugh. Harper House. .
Helen Miller, 4213 6 Ave.
Sarah Rueben, 2506 3 Ave. .
Celia Taxman, 1002 5 Ave.
Ada tturtiam. i3 1 Ave.
Rose Erickson. 1226 4 St.
Josephine Fowle, 8468 18H St
Irene Woodyatt 214 12 St
Graoe Eastman. Spauldlng Flats.
Laura Kail. 80S 16 St.
Olive Anderson. 1401,26 St.
Mary Stouffer, 1608 14 Ave.
Leonora Anderson, 1107 llAve. .
Minnie Johnson. 1006 17 Ave.
Sadie Dillon. 4016 7 Ave. 1
. Francis Heminway."Logaa School...
Mary Kavanaugh. 1604 8 Ave.
Annellia Dolan. 1418 11 St
Olga Nyquist t21 IS Ave. .
Alma Melln, 1628 16 Ave.
Mrs C. Johnson. 1412 10 St
Leota Bllgh, 804 17 St
Mabel Malcolm. 1602 17 St
Josephine Malmberg, 1627 11 Ave.
Dora Brady. 726 13 St
Ethel Neuhaus. 8217 15 St
Elisabeth Bennell, 1827 6 Ave.
Maude Howland. 1644 24 St
-Florence Bloomberg, -808 88 6t-
Hazel McDanniel. 2420 7 Ave.
Helen Brown. 660 16 Ave.
Jessie Baker, 907 16 St.
Alma Anderson, 835 15 H St.
Mamie Adams, 4 Ave and 48 St
Grace Abramson. 1765 15 St .
Fern Breecher, New Tork Store.
NEW YORK STOCK ;
MARKET IS QUIET
Death of King Has No Effect Upon
. Prices, Though Exchange - .
Closes at 11 a. m. " '
New York, May .7. The stook ex
change closed for the day at 11 o'clock
out of respect for the memory of King
Edward. Buying orders of seeming
urgency for some of the principal
stocks were executed at the opening
of the market.. There was no sign of
a disturbance on account of theAdeath
of the king. The opening was. irreg
ular, with prices varying from a quar
ter above to a quarter below the dos
ing figures of last night. There was
no evidence of any heavy selling pres-,
sure and the general belief was the
large financial interests were prepared
to take care of . any possible liquida
tion. The cotton exchange was closed
today.. , :' .. . ; '
Chicago, May 7. .The Chicago
stock exchange was in session today
just long ;,enough to vote adjourn
ment out of respect to the late King
Eawara. . ,: ., ;
ROOSEVELTS ARE AT
v SWEDISH CAPITAL
Guests of Prince and Princess. In Ab
sence of King--Usual Welcom-
Ing Formalities. Held.
Stockholm, May 7. The Roose
velts arrived here today and were
received at the railway station by
Prince Wilhelm. who drove with
them to the palace where they be
come guests of the prince and prln-
Mayme Buck. 1918 29 St
Gladys Barnhart 616 24 St
Pearl Bomberg. 1409 7 Ave.
Nellie Campbell. 234 28 St. .
Stall Jones. 1608 11 St'
Nellie Carlin. 80. Mollne, 804 12 Ave.
Lily Forber. 2933 11 Ave. .'
Sylvia. Farraad. 906 29 St
' Nellie Hasse, 263 8 St .
Marie Hawk. 139 95 St.
Hasel Hartsall, 22 28 St
Helen Hartseil. 422' 21 St .
Mable Giles. 1003 29 St
Mary Grotegut 1463 81 Ave.
Irene Freed. 84 and 14 i St
Bertha Edwards. 914 26 8t
Anna Berndt 336 4 Ave.
Minnie Wilson, .:"..
. Gertrude Lynn.
Ida Williams. 1848 12 St
Laura Timmerman ' 1406 6 Ave.
Eva Sehraeder, 1827 14 St
Henrietta Speck. 114 4 Ave. . -
Ruby Swanson. 1915 6 Ave.
Hasel Shelley. 29 and 11 Ave.
Hazel Bwlm. -
Grace Spratt , .
Edna Peters. 1849 15 St
Goldle Oleaon. 16 and 17 Ave.
Anna Roose. 1849 16 St
Esther Rodstrom. 937 i St
Jewel Reese, 292 18 St
Mrs Julia Reese. 214 It St
Ruth North. 231 88 St
Freda Nicholson. 2110 11 8t
M. King. ,1716 11 Ave.
Alice Lundeen. 1918 12 Ave.
.Grace Larlman, 3927 11 Ave.
Eva Lunaahl, 1140 12 Ave.
Mary Murphy, 2031 II 6t
Juanita Josephaon. 1319 12 Ave.
Anna Jenks, 7 and 16 St '
Nellie Hawk, - T 8 8 28 St . -
District No.. S City
Edna Stafford. 816 EL 11 St
Amanda Richards. 1544 B. Pleaeant
Margaret Tierney, Bills Floral Co
May Regennltter. Schmidt Bldg. .
Freda Hertzog. 703 Ripley St
Clara Lon.27 W. 14 fit
Lillian Keppy, Family Theatre.
m7i .t. 7 uwn
Edith Bustard. 806 W. S fit.
Florenoe Booth. 1044 Arlrngton Ave.
Norma BUchoff, 428 N. Pine St
Helen Crawlev. 800 Perrv St -
Mrs J. W. Cunningham. Hotel Kimball,
Hattle-Garner, ias rraine sc.
Bessie Gray; E. lth St
Maraaret Hiekev. 701 Iowa St.
Harmon. Ste.no. foitoe Magistrate.
Mrs W. A. Kieinhen, 1684 Arungtoa.
Elsie Klnr. 1117 Scott St
Marie Keiiey. 128 W. 14 St .
Hattle Muhs. Kimball Hotel.
Lillian -Lamb. 720 LeClaire St
Tbea Lohman. til Perry St -Eva
Miller, 818 W. 14 St
- June Parker.- 1826 Faraara.
. Esther RusseL til E. t fit
Betty Spencer. 702 E. 16th St
Irma Ochs, 14 Walling- Court
Katharine Drlscol. 1744 Park Ave. - -Annie
Eldridge. 1918 College Ave.
Anna Esteas, 310 E. 6 St
Luria rulreth,. 503 W. St
Jennie Froelich. St Mary's Heme.
Lillian Klein. lil Brady St
Anna Malloy, 1714 Marquette St
Gertrude Doolittle, 1 Arlington Court.
.Irene O'Connor, 721 Farnam St
Mabel Peterson. 838 E. 15th St
Myrtle -Frank, t Arlington Court
Sophia Weiss. 724 W. 17 8t.
Mrs Elize Asmus, 614 Division St
Selma Beckard. 1008 E. 14 St
Marietta Bush. 214 W. If St
WFFET EVERY 10c
cesses in the absence of King Giistav
V., who Is in the south of France.
United States Minister Graves and
the staff of the American legation,
and members of the Swedish cabinet
were also' at the 'station to receive
the Americans. An. Immense crowd
cheered - as the train drew In. A
choir, stationed on the platform sang
"My Country, Tig of Thee." and the
Swedish . national anthem.
FRESH FIRE FOUND .
.i. IN PAL0S MINE
Palos,. Ala.,,: May 7. Twenty-five
bodiesj, b.ay-"been brought out of the
mine up. to noon. : Work was suspend
ed because of the discovery-of fire In
the'.mine.-. - ' . , ;
LIFE TERM FOR BOY BANDIT
... ' ,.'"' "' t -.
Youth Who' Shot Bank Officer In At-
, tempted Holdup,' Convicted.' "
: Corydon;-Ind., May 7.Thomas Jeff
erson poaf,' a boy bandit, was convict
ed ot murder here today and sentenced
to lifeJmprisonaient. Hoai ia the 17-year-old
" Louisville boy , who last No
vember .'single 'handed attempted' to
rob- Jhe Merchants National bank at
New Albany, Ind., shot- and killed
Cashier Fawcett and w unded Presi
dent .Woodward, but took.no money.
.'. ; 'x , ... ' r
Treasurer of W. C. T. O. Dead.
Chicago,' May . 7; Mrs. H6len Mor
ton Barker, for 11 years treasurer of
the , National " - Woman's ' Christian
Temperance anion. Is dead, aged 71.
V PlIBlfe Nolle. ;
TWe hair dressing ' parlors f 'the
late Miss. Hattle Tolliver will be con
tinued by her sister; ; Mrs. George
Hilb ring.. All outstanding bills can
be paid and'Collected at the same ad
dresar ;i81SH Second aveoue.
On Display at C 8. Llddefs
Nell Smallfleld. 1888 W. St
Lillian Weiae. 107 Harrison St
Loretta Frenler. 1S18 Arlington Ave.
-Margaret Wallace, 806 W. 3 st
Edna Wells. 1716 Park Ave.
Daisy C&rmlchael, 727 Henry St -Irene
Murray. 1818 Ripley St
Adallne Murray. 1619 Ripley St
Louise Mooney, Postal Tel. Co.
TTk 1 a A T
AllSbTlCb i O. OX lOWa Gladys Kincaid. Briar Bluff, lit
Verona Eberhart Buffalo, la.
Gertrude Rodman. Lyons, la.
Ella Vodebaurh, Buffalo, Ia
Mollle Wolf. Clinton, la.
Clara "Walsh. Cliuton, la.
Edna Shean, Lyons. Ia.
Katherine Frltson. Durant Ia
Linda Schwartlng. Walcott la.
Ida lcers, uurant xa.
imma ay a en, vvmon junction, xa.
litsi -jvwmwssi ajbwas 4
Viola Thlel. Durant Ia.
ila -isannlcit, wuton. ia.
Elsie Rathman. Walcott la.
A 1 vena
UKTis. jersey musa, iwi., uni
bert Curtis. Long Grove, la.
Vera Miller. Wilton. Ia.
Pearl Luellan, Wilton, la.
Maude Marshall. Wilton. I a.
Faye Ay era, Wilton, Ia. -
Adele Slebke. Walcott, I a.
Edna Clifford, Downey, Ia.
Alma ZabeU Eldridge. I a.
Ina Beaver, Maquoketa, Ia.
Florenoe Harmon, Gladwin, Is.
Gertrude Havenor. Letts. Ja.
StellaFrank. Buffalo, Ia.
Edna Poenlln-n, Montpeller. Ia.
Agnes Rlchleln. R. R. 6, Davenport
Bertha Stretcher, Buffalo. Ia.
Gertrude Westendorf, Buffalo. Is.
Annie Waspl. Buffalo, Ia.
Emma Peaoock, Baffale, la.. R. R. 1.
"Grace Sheehan. Falrport I-
Florenoe Franklin. Montpeller, R. R.
inora BMen, unaio. ia
St Alice Emler, Walcott Ia.
Helen Zelther. Buffalo. Ia.
Ethel Dyer, Davenport R. R. .
Lillian Hansen. Dixon, la.
Ella Ruhberg, Stockton, Ia.
District No. 5 AU of Eli-
4. x rn x
liUia VfULLUbXjr Acxxiuwxjf
Emma KuehL Milan, I1L .
Hasel Savre. Orion. IIL
Nettie Wake, Pert Byron, 111.
Mm Wilson. Milan. R. F. D.
Pearl Walt Reynolds. IIL '
Mary Sehrlver, Reynolds. R. R. 1.
Florence J oh naon, Sharrard, IIL
Haul Hauck, Milan. R. F. D.
Anna Dormady, Sherrard, IIL
LlBsey Elnfeldt Watertown. 111.
Mrs Owen C Hays, Sherrard, 111.
'Mayrae Mungerson, Taylor Ridge, HI.
Mary Carpenter, East Molina.
Mayme O Leary, Orion, IIL .
Minnie Lund in, Orion. IIL
Dollle Brandt Port Byron, IIL
Lilly Marsh. Reynolds, 111.
Margaret Bchafer. Port Byron, 111.
Anna Broberg, Andover, 111.
Margaret Carnaghan. Milan, IIL
Gertrude Mader, Reynolds, III.
Julia Malette. Reynolds, IIL
E. M. Linn. Milan.
Edith Davis. Milan, III.
Delia Crouch, Carbon Cliff. IIL
Frances Marstoti. Reynolds, 111.
Irry Wilson. Milan.
Nettie Engdahl, Port Byron, IIL
Hilda Larson, ' Lynn. 111.
Minnie Wilson. Mollne. R. F. D. 1
Viola Goben. Milan.
Margaret E. Allen, Colona.
Graoe Sldlinger, Port Byron.
PEOPLE'S PARTY '
Willing to , Drop " Own Name ' and
' Form a New Political
. ' Alliance.
St. Louis, 'May 7. The people's par
ty announces it is ready to unite with
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Mary Moody. Port Byron. 111.
Hattle Carothers. Taylor Rldg. 111.
Sirs W. P. Vincent. Warner, III.
Jennie Sensible,. Port By
Olra Anderson. Lynn. III.
Port Byron. I1L
Judith Anderson, 'ort tfyro
Hazel McConnell. Hillsdale, 111.
Hazel Wrleht, Orion. 111.
Kva Wilson. Coal Vallev. 111.
Mrs Wellington Winks, Edglngton, lit
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Ruth Walt, Reynolds, 111.
Eva Parnell. Orion. IIL
Adella Peterson, Lynn. 111.
Hula Peterson Orion. 111.
Myrtis Patterson, Edalngton, lit
Grace Washburn. Orion, lit
Frances Ohrn, Osco. Ill-
Jennie McConnell, Reynolds, IIL
Agnes Kelly, Taylor Ridge, IIL
Rose Kuehl. Milan. R. F. D.
Pauline Johnson, Andover, 111.
Edna Henry, Orion. 111.
Mary Fltzpatrlck, Milan, R. F. D.
Millie Frost. Orion. 111.
Minnie Gustafson. Orion, 111. '
Gertrude Dusenberry, Orion, 111.
Clara Derrick. Milan, 111.. R. R.
Miss Cornwall. Briar Bluff, IIL
Alpha Cole. Andalusia, IIL
. Bessie Carpenter, East Mollne.
Georgia Bennett Oscq. IIL
Lydia Bodeen, Lynn. 111.
Gertrude Bedford, Milan. "Rural Twj
Nellie Stewart Warner. 111.
Flossie Scott Coal Valley, R. F. D.
Mae Scott. Milan. R. F. D.
Ina Roberts, Taylor Ridge.
Bertha McMeekln. Sunny HUL HL
Bertha McConnell. Hillsdale.
of your Name in the List
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a new political party regardless of
name to the end that rights and equal
justice shall by law be the inheritance
of all citizens. A call was issued to all
citizens to join in a national confer
ence here Feb. 22, 1911. .The preamble
to the call recites that the American
people are politically discontented and
dazed r that every hope of the common
people to control the national govern
ment has been defeated, and that the
prayer of the nation is for a new party
that shall truly represent the people.
Better get a copy at once.
F. A. RIDDELL, AgenU
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