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THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS. MONDAY, FEBRUARY 6. 1011.
GREEN RIVER FiSH
SOIL STUDY IS A
FEATURE OF MEET
New York Skyscrapers Rock and Freight Trains
r Are Wrecked When Carload of Dynamite Explodes.
Order Your Spring O'Coat Now
Sec Our Windows. Pay Us a Reasonable Price.
State Experts Visit Proposed ,
Site and Secure Data to j
Base Estimate. !
National and State Experts to
Address Illinois Farmers'
Institute at Ottawa.
CONTINUES THREE DAYS 1
50.000 BASS EACH YEAR
erics of Hatching Ponds Planned,
Many Species of Finny Tribe
to Ho Grown.
Fifty thousand black ba.-s turned ,
Into local waters every year, this will .
be one of the results of the establish- J
nent of a fish hatchery at the mouth i
of Green river. E. R. Caldwell of Ha-i
vana, chief fish w arden of Illinois, and
S. P. liaxtk'tt of Quincy. secretary of
the commission, visited the siie of the j
proposed hatchery last week.
Colonel Bartiett is also a member of,
the United States fish commission .
The .state has never built a hatchery ;
of the kind which it is proposed to es
tablish hare, but the national govern- j
mem has several of them, and Colonel i
Rcrtlett has written to "Washington to !
get plans, specifications ami cost fig-;
ii res. both for stat li-hing and main-;
taining tho hatchery. He expects to j
receive this information this week.
"We could guarantee . 50.000 black j
ha?s a year. lo.f"0 perch and an tin-'
limited amount of catfi.-h. beside wall-i
yd pike and .-almon, every year," j
said Colonel r.anlett in discussing the t
proposed plans tor the hatchery. ;
- I I'll T1 1I.1.Y tSSt IIKD.
It is prac-tir-iiiy assured that the
hatchery will i- established. Senator :
Landec and Representative Thomas'
Campbell are looking after the matter,!
and the fish experts, following yester- ; ..
day's in vet icat inns, will prepare plans!
for the eri.s of hreedir.e nonds which :
-.tanlishcd. and will then
,.,.,.1;.. ,n 'imnip of th.. Kt it u ,
then up to th iepi.lature to make the
appropriation. Aniicipation is that $3.
(nti to $C.ooO will cover the bill ani
that work will be started not later
than July 1.
Accompanying the fish experts on
their trip to the mouth of Green river
were Senator I.andee, Representative
Campbell. Grorge W. Johnson, John
'undine, and A. T. Foster.
'No'hing doing in the odor-line."
was Warden Caldwell's reply to a
oueiy a? to whether there would not
be objection to a hatchery on this
score. The two isitors are enthtisias- j was too heavy for that experienced old hampered with the limited mean at
tic boosters for the project here. War-: master. "Diamond Jo" Reynolds, to i id disposal for advancing t he coni
c!en Caldwell has some interesting sta- i 'arry. 'and a stock company continued .raty'g intere.-t. particularly so witr
tistics compiled in a dot 4 lied and - : to operate its lino of steamers for sohj. ' tome cry a; ensive archie;. ts hi re
cnrMte reiinri for 1 !io' The statistics years after tlie stock company was ten' yen is. as tani" to t!;e DtihiKi'.p;
are confined to the fishing industry '.
and do not include wholesale fish deai-
trs or canneries.
9S.IHNMNNI IN nix H.
In Illinois 1 here were 3.04S indepeud-;
ent fishermen in W9. and wage-earn- !
iug fishermen numbered 1.3:. The '.
value of fish catieht was between $2.- '
ooo.nrtit and $;'.ioo,oini. The despised
earn b ad "1 :;f "mi ,.r..n,t .-ominand. i
ing $r.ti2.11i'. Clam shells disposed of
amounted to 3fei.inti po-.mds. value j
$1X4.25". Pearls and slugs found in j
these clam6 had a value of $170.3Sn.
PASSING OF DIAMOND
JO STEAMBOAT LINE ,
Owner Had Riven From Mississippi
liivcr De k Hand to He
To those who have kept track of the
uiitii;i; Frnii-. tin ine uppt r ,ubi
stppi river steaudieat stage for the last
half a century the .-ale of the Diamond
Jo line business is interesting. Goim;
back even 2a to M0 years ago, we note
6onie lively tine's on the river, w-Ph
two strong rival steamboat packet com
panics in the uj per field, the Keokuk
iV Xoithern Line I'acrCt company and
Captain Diamond Jo Rcj nobis Packet
company, with the old diamond h:n.
stlf in the rough in charge of a :?ma'.l
fleet of packets, aided with his experi
ence in actual steamboat life, from
deck band -o master and owner, and
with unlimited capital backing Captain
fyi p I 1 I
lily Steam Laundry
. , .. i
Reid & Bollman, Prop.
415-417 Seventeenth St.
Kotk !aud. Hi. l'liene Ctf-V.
We have just installed the
latest improved Floran
Collar Edger and
Does net break collars, folds
them perfectly, makes all the
three edes perfe-.-tiy smooth.
Would be p'easfd for the
rnblic to call and Bee it work.
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-, 1 .L!ssLI iL & Zi 4rX
New York nnd all the cities on the New Jersey shore h' d s'.n experience iikin to an earthquake shock when a
carload of dynamite "ii a bare exploded i ff (Vniuumiiaw. i-er- the termimin f the Central lUiiiroad of New Jer
sey is located. About thirty men weru killed, it uas esim:!?ei. as cnift a:id ear were utterly destroyed by the. ex
plosion. Many others were injured indirectly. The bis; skys.-rnper on the lower j:trt of Manhattan Island, directly
opposite the s -ene of the e?.p!oiou. vn ked and terrified the iiiiiiimi workers. Windows were smashed for an area
r.f more than a mile, and uusiy hundred were injured by the falling; ulnss. The raiiro.ul (l-k on the New Jersey
sidi- suflered heavily, entire t:ains of :rei-'.it c:us tiein.L: overthrown and si:iahed by" the con- u--ion. 1 lie immictra
ti.'ii station on Ellis island. me-eiy,-!:t h of :, mile away, was badiy damajred, Uiid hundreds of tnniii.i ants were thrown
iiito panic. The damage aniounted to:. bout ijd.DixWJ.
Ividson's more pretentions fleet of
f ralr ,r- tp .Norrr.ern inte tor a
in 'ne river iia.i" iron: ft. 1.01.1s li
Si. Paul. While in those days there
'was keen competition, the busiiKt
i originating at itp-river points wa-;
! heavy, for the rsi'rcads had not gotten
; in their t!'.i:; work in those days.
Jim Hill, himseif a fornu'r steamboat
1 iran. had rot then become a railroad
. i'ron.o'iT. Ih.i there was an end 10
'that compeiing service, and in lime tho
h! Dirimord Jo bought out the Nortii
ein lino a'i!io:-t its own figures and
continued for several years to be the
monarch of through paehei service.
But thtre tamo a day when the load '
formed, when the profits aeain bega':
to grow smaller, and the cost of opcr
Ration increased until the company wa-
' .. : .. ;.u t ii ..... . e -.!.:
ivtu HauiA-i- kiui a. .-.i 'io.; 1.1 1 nuau
aSi "1P r:1' tV,,pr- , arl'-vin? Ki
an!oll!" of S,,1 k a:ut l1 f' ,h' ' oni'
rany. And it is .1. Mortons interests
rllal have finall-v -'ivf-n w a-v to
1 r,'ssur'' ar"' ha' t'osed out the bu.-u
'SS to the S'TeckfilS company.
Diamond Jo. now dead, was at
tinip a milllo'iaire. having made
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'WUCKRAKERS" IjMJURE RAILROADS
The following is taken from
ebruary issue of 'be Rock Island Kin
The mis informal ion
iu rega;i to the truth concerning th
railway industry of the United States
is very largely br night about bv the
,..ubli..a,ion ,,f articies Ui newspapers
and tnaga; .ncs wiiteli are either wil
fully distorted or e so distorted in i-'-Horance.
Tiie prominence given the.v
articles i-y periodicals end the speech
es and declarations along the saine
j lines la.v.ie by demagogic politicians
i are no dou'M aroused by s'miiar mK
: tivt ? the po.itjcian hopes to secure
votes on the strength of his attit.ide
t.f "stat.d'ng -.-p for tho richts of the
dear pecpie' and the periodicals hope
.to extend circulation for the same rea-
.'OI,. address the Interstate Commerce f-r.m-
Keoentlj- the Cosme.pol'.tan magazine i mission at Washingion. I think that
printed an article entitled "The Real j oti will be ab;.-. to secure ail the- inror
, Reason f. r ifiii Prices." In this arti- tuation vce. desire.
cle the writer aeain sought to lay the!
Maine for high prices upon the rail-j
roads, and made the flat-footed declar.
ioaus. a t in ma':e tr.e n:
Ht'on tnat "'most of the
heavy dividends on war
these great organ-
the railways of'
ered stocs, anc
offereti r.o evidence as to the truth of
the statement. The edHor of the Em-'
ployes' maeazir.e took the trouble to ' zme. "1 Fntirth avenu0. New York
i w rite the Ucsinoroliin magazine in ciy. Dear Sir: Rtpiying to jour 1 t
regard to this matter, and the oorres-,;Ur of Sept 22d in answ - r to my for
pondencc reprinted below shows that'irer letter under date of Aug. 24th. iu
tue editors of Cosmopolitan magazine cpjiring for sieir.c information in re
i were unable or unwilling to present ev-
idence ic substantiation of their dec-
! The following correspondence
J speaks for itself :
umce ct kock lsiana employes maza-
zme. La SaiU sat:on. Chicago. Aug. recent iss-e of Cosmopolitan.
24, !J11.-Mr. Edward H. Clark, presi-'. Permit me to thank joti for the s.-r-
der.t International Magazine company, gepti-m that r-ossi-dy I co :ld get that
i publishers of the Cosracpihitan maga- it:formati--u from tho Interst.ite Com
2iue. 1TS Broadway, New York city, merce coir.-nissicn at Washington.
,Dear Sir; On page 404 of your Sep-! May I in turn inquire if that i
tember issue of Cosmopolitan in Mr. where you secured the information o i
; Samuel Hopkins Adams article entit I-' which the article was based, or am I
ed "The Real Reason for High Prices." to believe by your evasion of the q :ts
; reference is made to over-capitaliza- tion thst you haven't the inforjnatir-n
: tion of railroads. m hand to substantiate the deciara!
In this connection yo-i puMished this ticsn which you mad- in an apparently
; statement. serious disc-ussicn of the subject?
"Rut most of these great organiza-; Very truly,
j tions are already paying heavy divi-' 'Sigt! n. K. RT"lSMiAN
dends or. watered stock. L'r.zin Editor.
This gent rait -atioa is frequently 1
heard, and I am &nxious to ccme into'; No rtpiy v.ss received u this 1- t
' possession of au'-oritativ e specific in- i ter. Yo may decide or -.-on-self
-fotmaticn as to 'that reiroads ae cv-;
7.r,'t . t'-tf SI.-. M -1 a -T7 .-. : --I ir -
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t stake in carrying hug-? cargoes
oi u he at and other predicts' f'.om
t-ieat wheat fulds of the north to Uk
points south. As was mentioned. Din- ;
rr.ond Jo begau his steamboat career,
as a deck hand and mate on a rtfam- '
boat. The very tiiiprofifable seasioi
Juit year for tin- Dirniond Jo line only
hastened thi'- sale of this company's I
IrisinesF to new and experietn d liamls '
Veil will go .1 long ways 1 iore you
v. i!l find a more genial fellow th.nn is
("r.p'ain John Kil-en. for many yea's
th'" i xperi'o superintend, n: of the
Diamond Jo line. He did his best t.
make his bc-stts popular f:r the i:av-
ling public, but. wps moic- or h s
and the Q iii-c; . Hf is row i'b titified
'. it-! the Dubuque Doai & iieiier works.
thtt' i-1 turning out large dtcdsilng :tr.il
trat::fer craft. May his ':tt jcarr ix
!!' ar.nnt is th'1 w!sh of hi s fri'-mh:. He
:arhered a'toat hi in a "oirnh of .' v.-r
men. including the agents ar tioiiit
:w.::g the route of the steamers. The
m.Tsrers were nlways ki::d and atten-
tive. ?r,o the clerks alert tn an wh.nt
th y could to make the Diamomi J)
'of heay di id t'ds paid on this ovcr-
capitaHzatinn r wae-td stock.
1 take it that u'ir article above re-
fentd to on the tieal Jiejtson f ,r
High I'l b-its' has been w-M t i i ri i 1 1 !
out, and that it wi.'j not nees.;tate :i
great deal of effort on your part o
upon the part of jour writer. Mr. A
ams, to pre ide me with tl'is inform;
iicn. Awaii:mr ro'.r reply, I am,
Voi.rs very tr..!v,
f Si-rued i II. IZ. RFISVAX,
.Mt.tar.ir. j Editor.
Cosmopolitan Mag.: zinc.
avenue, X v.
; T.l'. Mr. II.
Vori., V. Y.. Sept 22.
K. H''sman, i't.; :(;.
Dear Sir: Repiyit-g
Aug. 2-ith, which has j ir
ed to me. let me say thy
to j ; ;r. of
! "en han-i-if
Very truly yours.
(Signed) ROLAND PHILLIPS,
Oflice of Rr.ck Island Employes'
magazine U Sa'ic station. CI
Oct. 12. 1S5". Mr. Roland Ph::'.
assoo1aTe edi;or' Cosmopolitan m""f the pr..master
card to which railways you r-ferre 1
j to when you printed the statement
tthat hetvy divid. .uis are paid on over-
; ra realized railways. incl-;1:ng "most"
!of the great railroads of the I'nited
states, according to th ? artic:e in
wLcth' r Co-yr.-.onoiitan ma
. - .V..T .-1
v.. i. .- c . : uc.idifcii'L'a
Shakeup in the. Railway
CfV.flC I Cf n-Dr; to nr,nip
vUi:!l LlMULII O IU nCClUlM
I V'at niciil Claims Fiti
I'livc Sud'eicil Injustiie
itJids of Subordinate.
' k in y, a,.' ila i dinaticn aini
, ni'; "'"i-'1.",1'!!
t ..hus Ii .t G de oi' red
liv operation of the railway mail
se irv ii; :, i. likely to result u:
an :av;;l in and vei aatis a l eor -
rani y.t;: -on if tho en . ir s'rie
s'tna.-ter i.enei'il ::i ticocu l
inc. !.-.-d or tiie situa'ia i't it has
been dise'.isej mid he makes no con-
tteaitiient ;f ios indignation.
Fur con-iJerni'ie time
been otnlut tif.g a personal
nation into tlie operations
tvilv.T.y mtiil service. His
s rot cor.: 1 :;b d yet, but the facts
developed indie;: ;e plainly that its
'results are pkol to be drastic.
1:1 won hi-- iii i'K ciim;k.
Rumors have rem hetl W ashington
from teveral points tha: changes in
uitiet is of the railway- nsa 1 service
were iiuminent --indeed, it was re
ported rb..t the r s'entit ions of the
se-ond a si.-t.tii' post master general,
Joseph S ewtfrt, and the chief of the
raH a ay ni.it I s-.-rvice. Alexander
Grant. l;ad Lvrn submitted to Mr.
li -t eh eock.
It can be said, on authority of say on fi.is subject.
Mr Ilit heoi k himself, that neither Dr. Woods Hutchinson of New York
ef t!i .-: ' ilici ils has resigned and fity. the renowned platform orator, au
that 'be:- re-izn.-itb ns have not been tbor and entertainer, will deliver a
; Ib d for. Mr. H:tcli ock expressed most practical lecture Tue.-day even
himseif ;.s rrtir. lv s-itisfied with the. ing on the subject of "Health: The
r dn. in is' rat :o!i of the office of sec-;
end as:sfant b Mr. Stew art. Rut ; has been at the forefront of the fighr
Tir. HiU-'.'-otk expressed himself asjWhich is taking city boards of health
mneh di.-.s':t! --.led with the manage- : oll. 0f tne hands of professional poli
rat nt of th ra ivvav man servi -e.
ra i way
part ieularlv in re.-pert to
the per -
son nc of the serv it c.
hi mi:s n kmpi.iihx
His investigation, he
had disclosed the fact that orders '.
bad been i-si-ed by subordinate of-;
neers placing upon the employes un -
r'asc.naive. iarnen m some in
stances 1. 1: ai iiat tig burdens. These
ro--rs were prom;
-.-.ted in the name
he knew nnthini ptionr tbem.
Mr. Hitriicoclc sa-.-l the only
barges in the status of the railway ;
inaii clerks was caused by an effort .
of the department to effect a rea- i
s. nable rerdjustn -r t of hours of
service, as to eouali.e the hours
throughout the country. Through
the operation f this system the !
hours of service of some clerks were
slielitly increased, while these of
others were reduced. The general
purpose was to have the rnax'mum :
of en:p:oymrrt not to exceed six ana
a h:,!f hours a day. !
ft may be
lrme hy cliantre to
There's a Reason."
ii i A'nl'Jg'i'Br'I'Av :
'Annual Oathering of Iearniicnt of
Household Science to He Held
t on Same Dates.
Interest in the ICth annual meeting
' the Illinois Farmers' institute, to
of the Illinois t armers institute, to
. be held in the armory at Ottawa Feb.
I 21. -2 and 23, inclusive." grows as the
ii.formaiion in re?ard to what is beins
' offered to all classes of citizens reach-
CS them through the publication Of the
program and other information con -
cc rning the meeting.
A program of special value has been
prepared, and it now remains for tho! Tr!xi c;nli,hi M,,s I)aUv shu klcy.
farmers to get the most good out of it j E. Stebhin. J. F. Spencer. .1. R. Sey-
by a large attendance, by asking quea- mour, Frank H. Swemline, Rea Tay
tions. and by offering information in ;1or. Theodor Trandsen. Rev. A.
J r i -.. 1 1 - i i 1 - .- t
ii. Jicncclnr.t Tho inetitnfo la th
place to get your
farm proniems roiv -
-.rl ori.t in holn nlhpr fnrmers solve
There is no question about the real
nenent or tee institute; it is wen worm
while for the farmer to sacrifice some
thing to attend. But he must think
about it before hand, plan to go. ami
actually ,-get there." if he is to reap i
i the benefit. It is for business; for!
studying the business of the farm; it. '
is a brief farm school. Practical farm j
experience and the latest and best that ,
science knows about farming will be i
to'.d thtre bv men who know, and who !
have made a special study of these;
SOU. IF-IU1KNT BKSI I. x.
Dr. Cyril C. Hopkins, SOU specialist
land bend of the auronomv department
or tne co cge oi agriculture, wius-pen
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,, - i ...:ti T.
t til lilt- nuriuviuil nT-oaiuu vii ii-
In all his soil investigation and ad
dresses Dr. Hopkins stands most em-
phatically for a system of farming that
may be permanently maintained. Hej
v.crks for the largest crop and the
; rpIOC(r r.rf.fit for It but never StODS
with these results, holding as the rti'.l
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greater essential that the land shall b
so farmed that it is growing a littlo
better, a little richer, all the time, in-
! s'ead of becoming a little poorer each
year. In showing how this niu:-t be
done. he ex-poses the fallacy of manv
! common notions of the day and gives,
sound instruction of untold value to
the present and coming generation of!
1 . .
A valuable feature of Dr. Hopkins
address at this time v.bl be a review
i of t ho sU: experiment work :n Illinois.
. . ....
following lr. nopkins. crariK i.
lOiloving in. iiuiini!. riiiim i.
Mann of (Jilman will teli of results of
scientific soil treatment, on his hom-i
farm. Mr. Mann is a student, a think -
er. and has been practicing methods
fdvocatcd by the scientists for a nuin
l.cr of yrais.
tlc hoH aonve vnbnble
results whkh any practical farmer
mi :ht have were he to follow th"
methods plainly taught by the results
ob:t:iiied en the experiment fields in!
arious tijjits of the state.
TI.K U MIM. Ill MIIMIHV.
Professor H. W. Mumford. head of
the animal husbandry department. Uni
versity of Illinoi", will speak on "Reef
Production Front tV Standpoint of the
Exn rimenter." while Phil S. Haner.
chaiunan of the Illinois state live stork
com mist ion. will discuss the topic,
Feeding for Profit." Mr. Haner is one
f the most practical men in Illinois.
He has been in the cattle feeding bus
in- ss for a long term of years It
he worth while to hear what he has to
Farmer's Rest Croi
Dr Hut hinson
ir. tun' innso.i
ticians and nutting them into the hands
(.,f praf.rj(at physicians. Dr. Hut'bin
son is a humorist and entertainer of no
mean ability, and the beauty of hi
lectures are that they are like those of
YVjijiam Hawley Smith, humorous, yet
f aoh paragraph contains a lesson in -t
;fna, Rwes e.rajght home to the hearer
and gnes food for thought for months
IIOt'SKIIOI.Iti M'IK'B, TOO. ;
On the same da'es and in the same
ity 1he irjtn nUHi me.'tjng of t!"'
"lPa""""1 '"i'lt'"ul" -ien.e im -
rcis Farmers' institute, will also be
hlt- Mrs. Minnie St err Grainger of
RHvidere, well known to local peopk
as president of the tate federation o f
women's club, wili f-pe?.k on the afer
nocn of the 21st on "Conservation of
Miss Carrie Lyford. formerly of M
line and instructor iu the Iilinois State
Xorsnal school at Norma!, will addrets
hot h forenoon and af- moon s.-.-siont
r.n the .".rd "The P;Y,V,lom tif th'.
School Lunth" is her fcret.oon fo:iif-.
end in the afternoon her address will
be on "Household Science ui Illinois
State Normal University."
Advertised Letter List No. 5.
Following is the list of letters re
maining uncalled for at the Rock
land postofnee for the week ending i
Feb. , 1911: Andrew Abury, Will
; Adams. A. Ti. Anderson, tluiseppi An-
trcro, Julius Bandrub, Mr. and Mrs. '
ip.randell. Roiiert Ryers. Harry Blair. J
(John Ra:d, James W. Chandler, Mrs.,
'Jennie Cok. Mrs. fccssie Conrad,1
Mrs. Mary Chance. Mrs. Lawrence;
Celerhere. Miss Mabie Dorsey, Miss5
i Marie D'S- :2n liaziei De Fauw, C.
Illinois Theatre Suildinir
Eock Island, 111.
Freeman. Charles Franklin, Miss
i ,... ,-,,. M v. n.u in
Ma Jrs , ona cnry j. Hippel.
! Charles U. Ilaupt. U. E. I.inesey. Mr.
Ooldie Uundbora. .Mrs. C. Muenster,
i ,"B" r.m.ua .miu. . uu- .m.. .. n.
trUpnrv U If Nlrn da Noris
j-cttenr, m. ii. .eiaon. .Aaa. -ori.
j .Mrs. Ester I'pdyrke, Mrs. Robert NotS
trs I, lnplf r. Mrs Cora
Isaac Richardson. Victor Rysselaere.
. . .. ... j
Dr. I. eon A. Rawlins. Rock Island
Cotton Mattress company. Mrs.
lt-ypf, iv. uiniiaii, hi. isii.
ItVornnlT Mro W,oh Wtwtr Mvr.
, ";" ; - - --- - -. .
O. I.. Atkins. John
Foreign: Miss Jennie
Curtiss. J. E. Hattin. Viktor Karl-
- HaroW N prl(,e ( 3 , Fthumio9
Fetrakis. Antoni Weislak.
HUGH A. J. McDONALD.
To th Mtir.es of Ro.-k Island:
commissioner, subject to your approval
.,, tl ...,r,.
- 1 pnm.tr. r,,.I,v. - T
To the Citizens of Tto k Island: I
om,.,. f mayor, suoli'i t to the d-rlsum
' "f tbe voters at the primaries to tie held
1 - . I. Of
II. M. SCHKIVEK.
i .. . , .
i i o IMO VOTCUS OI ItocK ISiaiui: 1 oe-
"if-' to r. speetlully anni.uni e my candl-
Oaev for Tie luent'irtt ion for mayor at
t:,t"priniarifa to be held ivi. Z. It'll,
. John k. sco'fT.
,,y aun0iine nivself as a candidate for
i eommissioner at the nominating prl-
I maty, t t. 2S
A I.KXAN'DKR J. I)E SOLAN D.
713 Tweiity-llnid street.
To the Voters:
I desire to nnnounce
myseif as a i-Hiuiidat
for the oinco of
mayor, subject o. tn.- primary . itction
tlot. ..iiii.Iivor to mv an ndmln-
1st l at'on won by of t he eontidence of
" ' k. c. 11AKT.
To the Voters of Koek island. I will
be a 'nnilidalK lor nomination a -.m-
missioi.cr at the primary in tuts city
l-'eii. J. I am luvv si'l'M;! its assistant
,nent ;l,ui ,a,. ,kp identiti. d witn the
i .aiimev 4, . n .. i. ..-
ta-. er many years anu i.av
my home in
th,. n:xnt .;.!. l'ETKU KKBY.
en in u veil lie
lie Voters or Hock Island: I l.re -
a niio.ince nis-ir a i.i iilid-ile lor
commissioner oi irie eiv or iiihk is-
l-i. i, I utll.i.-i-l l tin- r f ... ' '. ' I. n Of llll' Vill-
,' ls tl. , lr- y, t, lT nnmina-
t-d and eb-i ti d. i will look after I he
..V.,i', t 1... i.ltv u -111 Ilia kium.. fill.. I. i
:, v ,,..t tli:(t l i vote to m, pn .m.
. "'"". ...
" ' ....
t lit- Voters of Hock Island: I here-
m .-t If a t au.Pil.j ic for rum-
I-.-li. .'s. with the a. in n:i' to Ine pull-
lie that ii i. "ruinated and . lei t 1 nall
not disappoint tte-m mi tnv rt'ortn In
ti. e li. em a nood and n I'liuml': fiuvi-in-
no lit. 'XoiiKti sa.d. . '
JOXAS IJKAH. !
':. Ki hteeiit h "treet. i
To tho Vnti rs nf ttie City of Hock l-
land: I. the n nd' rsl i m d. xuhmil innell
as a ciiiil.ilale im imi.-. lone.', in
(e t In in- i: tauo'. ii 1 at lie- iitnarv to
i.ei i Kct.. 2, i'ii if iioiiiiii..o d and
'.:i.--TCi. I Mil !OOK itrn I liie i .! i ai-
i.iirs With tin- Hii'nv ifiler.sl 1 vvuucl
rny ovvn llUiIl.ss or private afYriiig
j'rnstiiiK thiit I v. ill r . ivt jo .r sup
port, 1 am, yoiim very truly.
LOL LS C. 1'i'OII
To the Voter, of p,. k Island: I In n -l
y ai'tiMiiri' mvseil .is H i inni..iit r
"imiiii'-i'iii'r at tr.- nolo i na 1 1 i pri
inarv. I'ii 2ii. I wis Imi n in Hoi k Is
iii.il and have r'siipil ncre all my liie.
I'oi the past 1 1 .yarn I have i.e.n m
'fne retail dreg l i-ines i-.., 1" m .1
....... i,,.,. I.,,;, i.. i in i... sivii,
. "ward, my pres. n' .:.e.. r,t r. -mi . amj
. Vnnle tV,.;. lo'VvvVn'u?
ti.e c7ty. A. J. itli:.
To the VdV li of K". k I-h'lid I
a n r; tu iif ni. n I of mv . a im idai-v f"r-oril-
mi-si"i i i. and o. a-s ir.- ou tua' I am
; -,; ';' '', ', r""."J,o W . "'I 'V'o
. in'ment. I i.-sir- t . add I nav e t .-, i - i,
.i.t.i i. lore J'iiIki. iiim !"i l'ii'.
Ml the evit f mv I. i til.' .
should I fail I" mi t th" iitimi'
of tiioro who elect rue. ,i, ri-iii Hf
i r t.- fl'-vt viar wilhoi.t uriv rtr all I
,,., .lxiou to erv th- - itv ; am not
after the sa'arv, rid i.m vyiiiiiisf to
. . n r-.. I fM.T- II .. I.. I
I am tit rt iaf d to Napol- t n- ;r 1
Think This Over
Just because you can open
an account at this bank any
time, don't get the idea that
any time will do. The pro
per time is RIGHT NOW.
4 Interest Paid on Savings
Checking Accounts Solicited. Safely Hove for Kent.
Rock Island Savings I
1 1721 Second Ave. Janlc 1 Rock island In- I i
hut li.ivo .ni" of bin flKhtlnn q na lit l-,
Jut I il r MHlrl.v
1.KHN XAKHUiOX BOt Rl'KAC.
To th Ci' .zon of rtn.-k Tlnl I
iti t" aniiniiii tl-.:t 1 m 11 an.t li t
for nv.ver. h-.i..
i.l.iret to t.i t! im.irl'
1 him r.ot an '
iirllon. nnd In II.
t trm,t OI, ny
i vml Itiat I kin .i,..n.'ii fur mnvor. a inll
I 'lin ro favorumm. hut Hhitll n!ii or
( f.,rthrr ,.,, itrr,.,t of all n-ir
ritiirnn. momiiv. nnnmdaiiy nn.i j.r-
; r; "mj . i am ru,
I'll liuiiie5! iinii nm contl.l.-tit th.il I
, , an n. rv the of Km k im.in.i
. hoti.ft ly and efflt i.-ntiy. goUciing .ur
: '"Wry1 tru?" 'ri.r..
c'h akLks m. scii dkrs.
I 12:, our,'1 a
To thp xirr of th ntv of rw i.
.... . .
mail. Al inf riirni'ii nnn iniiini 01 my
I mmi.V ftNllilM t ll roll ll 01 1 1 lh Cltv-
hjv,, . i i.i.-.i t.
yiiniiiincH mv .'Mn.lltt:!. v
1 fr , ..nimli.ti.-r. pnl1e.-t to our Hp-
' l'ro .( 1 m the r-rlnmrv to h li'-ll Ki ll.
J. I navr o.'fil H r''"iui HI 1111 ml'.i-:
of tic -tty of Kni'k Irlnnd for nvr 4'
y;ir If -lctt;i to ilit yioilttn. 1
rl'-diT' mvdflf t rumlurt th ffnlr of
the city til an lion-t. upright m1 hul-nes-liive
nmnnT, r'lnK mv n t i r tlm
to i h runirninTii of tin niv mrl-tMr.-.
15 JPVento nth Htrct.
To the Cltiin of Rock Inland: I
hav iloi-irlrd to bivomf a. enniiiiliit for
commissioner brror th prlmarlB to o
hrlil heii. sn. and d"itr m uprfm my
jtratitudw for the kind and cnrum
lmnmrr In whin, my frlen-i. .un-
' ed my petitions, which huva b"n rlr-
: culat. d In my bbHlf. I have had e -
I pcrience in public nnTHlrn in lh ofTli'
'(.f assiir nmt ihirk hv ptovw wnr.
thy and i-iipahli. If I am no fortunate
lax to .rure u plac- on the hiillot fol-
' lowing the primarlfs. mid am elci-.t
i,,nd under the new iiyntem. I Will rlv
i the people the best that Is In ms In
honest and conscientious attention to
duly. Yours truly,
JACK C AULD.
To the Voters of the City of nock In
land: I believ e In munlclp.-il o wnershl
of all public utililieM. I believe In lli
city druriK "II it own contract work. 1
believe heller work Hrul material can l
bad l I"km cost to the city. lld o
pvir tnp to tlare that if ymi were paid
for the fium hiMc i you have (rlyen sav
without anv compensation) what Wall
Street Values I hem a' the llile et o'l
them which you pay WhII street would
!HV h!I the eviieimes of the city anil
I H. hoois and then there would be tmeiey
i left. In fail, von would have no taxe-i
to pa. I believe from my business ex
perience I would be capable if helping
to bring about the above ondltion.
lSfK i; AI'I I.K.
Candidate lor Commlnxloner
Henry Ixmberg, 813 Seventeenth
street, announces himself as a candi
date for cfiiiiinissioner under lin -oni-
niission form of government. 1 1
; 1,1 "n l lesim in iiun i(i.is,m i in ini-.
1 ....1.1. I i.. il.O
city for I" years. Is an honorable, up
right ciii7.en, and has the tity's wfl-
. i 1 i . . .. i..
i'"" " ... ........
at the lilimarlen. adv.
Falls Victim to Thieves.
W. Ilends of Coal City. Ala .
ha a Jiiif !ficabl- grhance. Tuo
tniees stojo his healtii for 12 years.
They were a liver and kl!:iey Irou-
! Then Dr. Kind's X e a Life I'll Im
thro'fb'd them. He's well now. I'll-
headache, dyspepsia, 2 a cent., at Mil
, t. - - :
Save Your Teeth
High Grade DenlKlry t Lovc.t
22 K Gold Crown 41 1. Oil
Porccla'n Urov. ns JrWliil
Rridge WOlk. per t.olll ...-,l
Geld F.lli i- if I. IMI up
Lnaiti' 1 l';Iitit; ."
.silver Fl!le" ."c
I'nder Fi I
Our $ I ii p!a ,
Perfeil lil guar aiitccd.
ip"n '.-veninxn hi:tii 'J.
J" Tu fill lei h SI. H k Island.