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THE ROCK ISLLA.ND ARGUS. FRIDAY. JUNE 17, 1010.
Those Who Will Preside in Var
ious Precincts in Rock Is
POLLING PLACES NAMED
Location Designated to Be Available
for All Primaries and Elections
Judges of election to serve during
the year were appointed by the Rock
Island county board at the closing ses
sion of the June meeting yesterday af
ternoon. The board also designated
the primary and election locations in
the various voting precincts. The
judges appoint their own clerks. Those
appointed judges by the board and
the voting places selected are as fol
lows: Cordova Edward Cool, John W.
Sexton, John Curtis; Woodman hall.
Coe W. G. McRoberts, Charles Eip
per, W. H. Ashdown; Fairfield school
Canoe Creek Fritz Franson, H. G.
Liphardt, E. H. McMurphy; Woodman
Zuma Leslie Hanna, F. L. Wait,
George E. Wainwright, Wake school
Port Byron J. J. Huntley, Fred
O'Hara, William E. Filbert; town hall.
Hampton, first precinct Fred Olt
man, Jr., Charles Sikes, Frank Den
hardt; village hall, Hampton. Second
precinct, Andrew O'Brien, Edward
Stoehr, Fred Meskey, Hennegan's
store. Third precinct, William Olt
man, Hans Schave, Boyd McMichael;
village council room. Rapids City.
Fourth precinct, V. H. Dumbeck,. J.
Kyle, W. J. Odendahl; Lee Crowder's
store. Fifth precinct, Will Ausbrook,
Holiis Warren, Walter Scott, Wood
South Moline, first precinct John
G. Stark, Nathan Erickson, W. C. Wil
son; town hall. Second precinct, Zach
Einfeldt, W. F. Salzmann, A. E. Berg
holtz, Salzmann's store.
South Rock Island, first precinct
G. H. Richmond, J. W. Donnell, Ed
Jens; town hall. Second precinct, Con
rad Klrsch, Andrew Manheim, Jacob
Scherer; Paridon's store.
Black Hawk James M. Johnson,
Daniel Daxon, Joseph Haislip; town
Coal Valley John MeGimpsey, John
Lees, Robert Patterson; town hall.
Rural Paul Wadsworth, G. E. Beck,
Perrin Metzler; town hall.
Bowling John Lipton, Clarence
Clarke, John S. Martin, Keller school
Edgington Birst precinct, " Fred
Hartman, John Powell, Fred Schafer;
iiush's store. Second precinct, James
Venable, G. C. Speetzen, Lawson Mc
Entire; engine house.
Andalusia Albert Hofer, James G.
Britton, Charles Hayes; village hall.
Buffalo Prairie Charles Schnier,
Walter Kimball, Conrad Mueller;
Drury J. H. Bendle, Fred Miller,
Orson Warman; Foster's store.
City or Rock Island.
First ward First precinct, James
Hodges, James Warnock, William As
ter; Nold's barber shop. Second pre
cinct, William Gahagen, Andrew Etzel,
Valentine Nold; 600 Seventh avenue.
Second ward First precinct, Ezra
Wilcher, W. H. Schriver, J. A. Cahail;
Kruse's shoe shop. Second precinct,
Phil J. Wagner, L. V. Eckhardt, Sr.,
William Eckerman; city barn.
Third ward First precinct, S. S.
Hull, Leo Diesenroth, Fred Stroehle;
county jail building. Second precinct,
S. R. Wright, Peter Schlemmer, Wil
liam Corcoran; 1431 Seventh avenue.
Third precinct, Sam Ryerson, George
Solander, E. F. Hellpenstell; Ulle
meyer's drug store.
Fourth ward First precinct, H. J.
Paridon, H. J. Frick, X. M. Moore;
Frick's barn. Second precinct, H. C.
Harris, Charles Fiebig, M. W. Battles,
Sr.; Episcopal church vestry.
Fifth ward First Precinct, Robert
Kuschmann, W. H. Dieckman, T. K.
McCoy; hose house on Twenty-second
street. Second precinct Charles Os
wald, G. L. Schmidt, John Brennan;
Sixth ward First precinct, John
Mohl, John Warner, W. H. Brough;
hose house on Twenty-sixth street.
Second precinct, L. V. Swanson, John
Snitzer, A. J. Riess; Riess' barn.
Seventh ward First precinct. Josh
ua Hasselquist, H. H. Robb, James A.
Campbell; Altars' restaurant, Thirty
first street and Fifth avenue. Second
precinct, Carl Anderson, Ernest Thies-
sen, A. E. Nelson; Peterson's carpen
ter shop. Third precinct, Phil Bruch
mann, Frank Beranek, M. Kavanaugh;
Gannon's paint shop.
City of Moline.
First ward First precinct, L. L. Mc
Coy, John Condo, Sr., Theodore Charl
berg; Pahl's meat market. Second
precinct, Gust Berglund, A. E. Daniel
son, Louis Speck; Swan Tropp's of
fice. Second ward First precinct, E. P.
Severin, George Landee, Charles Ny
len; second district hose house. Sec
ond precinct, Ben Swanson, G. F.
Flick, Alvin Youngren; F. Q. John
Third ward First precinct, Fred
Holt, Dan Brennan, H. J. Hull;
Young's garage. Second precinct, F.
P. Styvaert, Frank Lundholm, A. E.
Froyd; Turner hall.
Fourth ward First precinct, C. F.
Grantz, Sr., Charles Ogden, A. S.
Wright; third district hose house.
Second precinct, J. L. Oakleaf, Fred
Reimers, E. L. Eastman; Hill's barn.
Twentieth street between Fifth and
Fifth ward First precinct, John
Sward, Ben Thomas, Herman Nygren;
Dr. Tremblay's building. Second pre
cinct, Charles G. Hogberg, h. N. Wil
liams, John Creutz; Gripp's barn.
Third precinct, John Weckel, August
Karstens, L. O. Jahns; Abraham's
Sixth ward First precinct, Henry
Wllke, Fred Linden. H. C. Quade,
Gripp's office. Second precinct, T. F.
Hannon, Joseph Murphy, Alvin Ander
son; new land store. Third precinct,
James Hasson, I. A. Minteer, John G.
Beatty; Brown's brick block.
Seventh ward First precinct. Swan
Dahlberg, J. W. Long, John H. Coburn;
Coyne's store room. Second precinct,
Charles Tambur, Charles Pruessing,
John Gustafson; Swedish chapel, cor
ner Twenty-sixth street and Fifth ave
nue. Third precinct. Gust A. Ander
son, Nels Nelson, Albert W.Ritter;
Union Congregational church.
IN FALL NEAR HOME
Ball and Bat
IK LAMEST EXCLUSIVE CMS STORE
1 " lliiwi,,!
Adler-Rochester and "L" System
Clothing for Particular Men
Get on the inside of one of these suits and find out what
real comfort is. The secret lies in the workmanship.
Other makes can't fit and feel like these do, as the most
competent tailors in the world are employed by these
two famous manufacturers. Beautiful patterns and col
orings at prices within the reach of all.
O. Huckstaetlt Victim of Accident
on Twenty-fifth Street Last
G. O. Huckstaedt, 2514 Seventn ave
nue, assistant cashier at the People's
National bank, in a fall near his home
at 6 o'clock last evening, sustained a
fracture of the right thigh below the
hip joint. In stepping to the curb he
slipped and pitched forward, his head
striking against a telegraph polo and
rendering him unconscious. Friends
who saw the accident carried Mr. Huck
staedt into his home. After a physi
cian had been summoned it was found
he was more seriously hurt than at first
supposed, and he was removed to St.
Anthony's hospital, where the fracture
was given attention. He will be laid
up some time by the injury.
$100,000 MORE TO MOLINE
State Savings Bank Named as De
pository by Modern Woodmen.
At a meeting of the executive
council of the Modern Woodmen of
America, held yesterday afternoon,
the State Savings Bank and Trust
company of Moline was named as a
depository for $100,000 of the funds
of the society. The funds will be
available as soon as the bond which
the bank must furnish has been ap
proved. The deposit will be divided
with the Moline Trust and Savings
Some time ago the Peoples Sav
ings Bank aud Trust company of Mo
line was named as a depository, also
for a fund of $100,000. Xone of the
money has yet been received the
bond has just been approved but
this action also stands, and the re
sult is that $200,000 of the saciety's
funds will go to Moline.
Every man ought to have one blue serge suit in his wardrobe.
ing an enormous line.
$15.00 to $25.00
We are show-
Time cannot crumble
the rock of which
Marquette is made.
Marquette Cement Mfg. Co.
La Salle. 11L
Chicago Office: Marquette Bldg.
CAMPERS ON ROCK RIVER
"Is It" Boys to Pitch Tents Tomor
row Kust of Tower.
Many camps are being pitched along
the banks of the Rock river east of the
Watch Tower, the place being an ideal
one to camp during the hot summer
months. The "Is It" campers will
pitch tents above the Watch Tower
tomorrow to enjoy a month's outing.
The following are the boys that com
pose this camp: Otto Juhl, Nick Juhl,
Harry Rosenfield, "Big Chief" Kinney,
John Collins and Harry Tappendorf.
The boys will have three tents. Kin
ney will he the chief cook and the
others will be understudies.
Another shipment of Manhattans just arrived.
Complete lines also of Emery,' McDonald and
Model pleated and plain, attached, detached and
soft turn back cuffs, all new,
$1 to $4
Keep the little ones
clean and cool. You
can well afford it
at our prices.
$3 to $9
Hats 10c to $1.50
Waists 48c to $1
Union suits . 50c
Baseball suits 75c
Indian suits $1.00
All the new straws and
shapes. The largest line
in the city.
50c to $10
An enormous line of un
ion and two-piece suits.
Long sleeves, short
sleeves, no sleeves an
kle . and knee length,
Balbriggan, B. V. D.
25c to $3
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Fine Time Planned for Sunday
Schools of County Here
PARADE IN FOUR SECTIONS
NEXT MEETING IN AUGUST
Physicians of County to Suspend the
Gathering in June and July.
The Rock Island County Medical
association has suspended for the
summer vacation one month earlier
than is usually the case. No meet
ing will be held this, month or in
July. The next meeting will be held
on the evening of Tuesday, Aug. 9,
at the Watch Tower.
Several Bands to Furnish Music
Afternoon to lie Devoted to
Songs, Talks and Sports.
Handled by all representa
Fined for Fast Driving.
Emil Johnson of Moline was tried
in the police court this morning be
fore Magistrate C. J. Smith who found
him guilty of having driven too fast
in the city limits and imposed a fine
of $10 and costs upon him. Johnson
in company with another man and two
young women had a joy ride last night
in a double seated rig and they caused
considerable alarm by driving up and
down Second avenue at a breakneck
speed until arrested. Johnson's male
companion managed to get away, but
the police expect to apprehend him
shortly, and he will be prosecuted.
Notice to Water Consumers.
All water rents are now past due,
and must be paid in the ofSce of the
city clerk at once.
M. T. RUDGREN,
City Clerk and Collector.
All arrangements for the annual
rally and picnic under the auspices .of
the Rock Island County Sunday School
association, to be held in this city
Thursday of next week, have been com
pleted. The delegations from the up
per end congregations will come on a
special train over the Milwaukee and
those from the lower end by the
steamer Columbia. The parade will
start from the court house square a.
10:30. The line of march will be east
on Third avenue to Twentieth street,
north on Twentieth street to Second
avenue, weston Second . avenue to
Fifteenth street, where cars will be
waiting to take everybody tt Long
The parade will be in four divisions,
with L. R. Gaylord as marshal and
Captain Frank Clendenln as his aide.
Tho division captains will be Justin
L,. Dailey, H. M. McCaskrin, Rev. R.
S. Haney and Louis Hauberg.
Dinner will be served, at the park
from 12 to 2, and after its conclusion
the afternoon program will be begun.
It is to be as follows:
Chorus The famous Glory song.
Prayer Rev. C. Arthur Lincoln,
First Evangelical church, Moline. ,
Remarks of welcome H. E. Van
Duzer, president Rock Island Sunday
School association. .
Song Reynolds M. E. school.
Song Enterprise school.
Girls' drill Central Presbyterian.
Song Second Baptist church.
Presentation of banners Rev. Frank
Song "King's Business."
Drill John Hauberg's drum corps.
Indoor baseball Played outdoors!
Proitrnm of Amunrmriits.
50 yard dash Girls under 14.
SO yard dash Boys under 14.
100 yard dash Girls over 14 and
100 yard dash Boys over 14 and
150 yard dash Boys (free for all).
Running broad .jump Boys under
String winding contest Girls over
Potato Girls under 14.
Three legged race Boys (free for
Tug of war Moline vs. Rock Island,
over IS and under 60.
Indoor baseball First Methodist vs.
First Methodist lineup X. G. Grif
fith, cf; F. K. Rhoads, ss; C. A. Curry,
lb; J. T. Taylor, c; A. L Bruner (cap
tain), p; Thomas Hawk, 3b; A. F.
Saia, rf; J. F. Witter, 2b; W. E. Mar
tin, If; coaches and subs, H. J. Olm
sted, H. F. Hinkley.
Broadway Presbyterian lineup O.
G. Hickman (captain), c; A. D. Sperry,
3b; H. E. Curtis, 2b; William M. Reck,
lb; H. E. Van Duzer, ss; Rev. W. G.
Oglevee, rf; Joe McCrory, cf; Wyman
Beardsley, If; .Will Robb, p. Umpire,
J. G. Hazard.
All trains and boats will be met by
reception committee and as many as
can by brass bands.
All Sunday schools will meet at the
court house, where the parade will
The reception committee will take
care of all baskets from outside
schools and send them to the park.
The city schools will look after their
Bj sure and mark you baskets with
your own name and the name of the
Each school will he known by the
number opposite its name In the line
up for parade and your place for din
ner at the park will be marked by that
A committee of ladies will look
after the wee little tots at the grounds
and furnish them amusement.
Old and young are invited to join
in the observance of this third annual
county Sunday school day and to
march in the parade.
Automobiles will be provided for
those who can not walk.
Xothing but artesian water will be
used on the grounds.
You can buy ice cream in bulk,
coffee or a full meal at the park.
In case of rain the city skating rink
will be used, which will accommodate
about 3,000 people.
Any schools willing to sing a song
or take any other part are requested
to make same known to Mr. Van
The prizes will be awarded at the
park. Schools are requested to give
to Mr. Van Duzer your enrollment and
average with the number in line as
required as soon as possible after
reaching the park so that the banners
may be awarded promptly at the time
of the program exercises.
' The Prlifg to Be Awarded.
For the largest number in line in
proportion to the average attendance
since January in the city.
The same for the outside.
For the finest appearing school as
a whole in line in the city.
The same for the outside.
For the largest number In line on.
foot in proportion to the average at
tendance since January in the city.
The same for the outside.
For the most unique and appropriate
feature in line of march by any city
The same for the outside.
For the largest number of boys over
16 and men in line n proportion to the
average attendance from any school.
For the largest number of girls over
16 and ladies in line in proportion to
the average attendance from any
MRS. H. li -MILLS
CALLED TO REST
Early Settler of the City Suc
cumbs to the Infirmities
NEARING HER 79TH YEA:
First Woman in United States to
Learn Telegraphy lrominent
COUNT VOTES TWICE WEEK
Change in Plan in Young & MrCombs
Young & McCombs will hereafter
count the votes in the automobile con
test twice each week. The count on
Wednesday will be published on Sat
urday and thit of Saturday will be
posted in the store. The first Satur
day count will be made June 25 at 3
newi all the time THE
Mrs. Helen M. Mil,ls, a resident of
Rock Island since 1854, who enjoyed
the distinction of having been the first
woman telegrapher in the United
States, died at 11:30 last night at
Mercy hospital, Davenport. She had
been ailing'-flve years of the Infirmi
ties of age. She was removed from her
residence, 606 Twenty-tnird street, to
the hospital May 23.
Mrs. Mills was born in Xorth Lib
erty, Pa., July 4, 1831, and was there
fore nearlng. her 73th year. When she
was a young girl her parents settled in
Greenville, Pa., and it was there that
she learned telegraphy, and was In the
service of the company for a consider
able period of time. With her parents
she came to Rock Island in 1854, and
this city had been here home since.
The family home was on Sixteenth
street, just to the south f the Illinois
theatre. The dwelling still stand3
there and is owned by the Mills estate.
Haaband One of Klrnt Mrrrhanti.
The marriage of J. Ross Mills and
Miss Helen M. Plummer.took place in
Rock Island in 1855. Mr. Mills was
one of the first merchants in the city.
He was junior member of the firm of
Mayo & Mills, dry goods and notions,
and the business was carried on -for a
number of years. Mr. Mills died April
19, 1896. For 33 years the Mills resi
dence was at 606 Twenty-third street. .
Mrs. Mills was a charter member, of
Broadway Presbyterian church, and
until her health failed was one of ltj
most active and devoted workers. Thr
Helen Mills society of the church va
named for her. She was elected tJif
first president of the Rock River Mis
sionary Fociety. j
One nrolher Survlvea.
The survivors are her brother. Dr. O
P. S. Plummer, Portland, Ore.; twt
nephews. F. II. Plummer, Boa trie?.
Neb., and Dr. S. C. Plummer of Chi
cago, chief surgeon of the Rock Island
road, and her niece, Mrs. George M
The funeral will take place Sundi
j.:ttrnoon at 2:30. , ,
r. W. A. Excursion July 1.
Reni" v.t the M. W. A. excursion
Friday c-wiing, July 1. See window
Lame shoulder r.lniost lnvarlab'v
caused by rheumat!:;j; of the muscle
and yields quicklj to d fre app'!
tion of Chamberlain's Lii.i ' -r. '1 r :
liniment Is not only prompt. f.. r in :;c
way disagreeable to use. Sole; ty all
Repairing done neatly and
quickly by the Goodyear
Men's soles, sewed 75c,
Open evenings until 8
1608 Second Avenue.
Third door east of Illinois