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THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS. SATURDAY, MARCH 4. 1011.
Commission and Township
Nominees to Go on Sep-
arate Ticket. !
AT THE SPRING ELECTION
Two Additional Su jer isors I'nder!
the New Census Conflict as
It is altogether probaale th3t
at. the election to be held in this city
April 4, there will be two fcailots to
be voter! on. one the ballot on mayor
and coram issioners an J another the
old party ba'.lot nn ass's;.:: r.t .-. iper
Tisors, constable and town eierk. The
former btt2:ot will be in accordance
with the law on the couimisiicn form
of government and the latter will be
under the laws governing t- liships.
Another probability j.s -tut. u...u.ty
will be found in pett'ns a towi.
'O:KI.HT AS TO (!.i:i:ks.
.'it the present time, the; inv n
clerk and the city clerk arc identical
but i:eier the e-ei.nn.issir.n p!;-n c
government the city clerk ;.n
pr.intive office while under the tovvn
Bliip law the tov.n t kr!. z ": t ' - -the.
I'n'e.ss the vnti rs h ;-.; r-. ;l
Choose in - man fc-r town !:: :
er cn would be the choi-e of t'.
mission for city clerk, h rv
in : ;
w r ;
TwessarUy be a divirio;; n , --
fice. As the fees fron: the o-:,si'.Y
CfHee amount to scarcely half a hun
dred dollars a year, -here .-;!! h.ird
ly bo a. rush of cs.ndi.t.Uc? for the
TWO tODITKtVtl, ! l'' KVi:iH.
Th; inert ace in popui:-.: ii.a o: ivoci.
Ifland m;I iji as -jhowi. i,y t':,o last
federal census entlt' .! 'jwt to
eix assistant rvi ;.. : s this
year. There is al?a a a
cany to he HI led in th -attks f te
constables due to the fail;ir cf 0110
of t hose elected two ;;; ra ;r;o to
qualify.' Then there .'a ihe ; usiti' n
of city clerk.
Pel Pious to have niT.ini es fcr
thse various offices pl.v til upon the
ball' t. roust be tiler! wi.h the city
clerk Rt l"ast 1.". d.is h-for. the
election and 't is t'.tefoie up to
the prospective candida'cs to gc-1
(IVIMIITKi: I'll. I, ill T.
A call has been issued to the me".
bers of the republican city-township
committee to meet Tuesday nicht frr
the purpose of discussing a way of
selecting the candidates who are to
run as representatives of the repub
lican party'. They wit' p-obab'y fix
up a slate at that time.
PUBLISHER AND TYPO
IN A NEW CONTRACT !
Ncgel 'at ions Cmpleted
ranenicnt (iviu Mutual
Negotiations which have been pend
lng between the publishers and a com-
mittee of the Tri City Typographical
tinion for some time, looking to a re-it"
Iiewal of the four-year contract expir
ine March 1. were consummated this
corning in a manner mutually satis-
factory. In reaching the conclusions
that have been jointly ratified, conces-!
ttions were made on bo'h f i !es. and in j
the end the men receive the publishers' !
original proposition cf an increase of i
$t a week for the first year, a like :
raise for the second year., and the same
Lightness and Flavor
Found in (he finest biscuit, rolls, cake,
etc., is due to the absolute purity,
fitness, and accurate combination
of the ingredients of the
Royal Baking Powder.
The best things in cook
ery are always made with
the Royal Baking Powder.
Hence its use is universal
in the most celebrated
restaurants, in the homes
of the people, wherever de-
licious,wholesome food is appreciated.
Royal Baking Powde
is sold in every civilized country,
the world over.
It U the only Baling Powder made from Royal Grape
Cream of Tartar.
Royal Cook Book 809 Receipts Free. Send Name cai Address.
ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO., KiEW YORK.
.fc ' ' "
i AilTi.N T. Rl'WJUE.N.
C 9 V
v Ny - arv. ..i . --y
ouut:. t . t;iji.
amount for tli
last two years of the
Michael Colbert cf Chicago, w ho joined j
! the conference two weeks ago as a rep
jrosentalive cf the Inttrntitional Tyrio
i graphb al nr. ion. w as ir.strttmental in
'for the clearing up of tchni. al conten
lions, thus haj'ening the happy disposi
tion of the entire cpiestion and the
Eigiiicg up of a n.?w four-year contract
! Attention, Eudora Rebekah Lodge.
The members of Eudora Rebekah
j lodge No. 7:: are requested to meet
, a I. O. O. V hall Monday at 1 p. m.
attend the .nm-n:! of ot.r deceased
; " .ember . Ira Pec v. from the borne at
Fourteenth street. P.y order of
Taxes Are New Due.
TnP bn(jk3 are now ODOI1 at mv of
flr3 aj 1712 Third avenue. Personal ; o( Moline this afternoon at 1 o'clock,
tr.xes mutt be paid to the town col-i Mrs. Josephine Osterman, 419
lector. JOHN' T. N'OFTSKER, 'Fourth avenue, that city, was struck
Township Collector, j by the fast east bound passenger
tratn. No. TO, and instantly killed.
"jTiie cr? w of the train, evidently did
.. icy- ".L- - . -rr
THE CANDIDATES FOR COMMISSIONERS
In Order in Which Their Respective Primary Vote Placed
-A ' ST 5'' 'ir1. sir- i - - ?Sv.
r'..y r 11 .Vi V
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C. J. SMITH.
AGED WMl IS
KILLED BY TRASH
Mrs. Joseph Osterman Perished
on Rock Island Tracks in
WAS PICKING UP COAL
Ilody Is Hurled 50 Feet 'V Speeding
Locomotive Ii Instan
taneous. While picking coal along the Rock
Island right-of-way in the west end
: net know of the accident ror the
train r ither stopped nor left a report
! at the Moline station. The crew
'. w ill be called before the coroner's
I Jury which will investigate the case
! Monday morning.
I WAS S4 K.ti OI- IKB.
Mrs. Osterman, who was SI years
of age, resided alone. She possessed
enough money to keep her, but per
sisted in picking coal and wood along
! the railroad tracks. A Greek, who
was an eye witness of the tragedy,
told of the accident in broken Eng
lish. He stated that when the train
struck the woman she was hurled!
1 through the air fully 50 feet and
! landed in the gutter near the track.
! A physician, who was summoned,
j stated that death was instantaneous.
' Mrs. Osterman had resided in Mo
jline since 1S71. She leaves a son,
1 Charles, who lives on a farm near
' Coal Valley.
IB A C. PECK.
After working as usual yesterday,
returning home apparently in ordi
nary health and eating a hearty sup-j
per, Ira C. Peck was suddenly
stricken with paralysis last evening
a few hours was dead. The !
lend came at his home. 902 Four-;
teenth street. Mr. Peck was reading j
iwhen the fatal stroke came. One ,
-a.Utr noa . uui jjici cij (iaiai;i.cu .ivua
! the first. A physician was summon-
i ed, but could do nothing. Death
icame at 11:13 p. m. Mr. Peck was
a lifelong resident of this county. He
was born April IS. 1845 in Edging
ton township, west of the present vil
lage of Reynolds. hen a young
man he removed with his parents to :
Rock Island and bad made this city j
his home ever since. He was twice
married, his first wife being Jennie
Wilcox. After her death he married
,Miss Kate Hill, the latter union be-
I ing contracted in 1902. There are ;
' no children and no brothers or sis-'
I tere living, the widow being the only !
jone of tne immediate family left. '
It. xv. xt.iUL.JJS. P. J. CARLSON'. t),
s tw -r?
Mr. Peck was a member of Rock Is-1
land lodge of Odd Fellows. j
The funeral n ill be held Monday j
afternoon at 2 o'clock in the home
and the Odd Fellow s lodge. No. IS, '
will be in charge of the services. Bur
ial will be in Chippiannock cemetery.
Charles Hedling died this morning
at 0:30 at the home of his parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Peter Hedling, 1122
Ninth avenue. Death was caused by
nr. t' Hi .-c e, f f...r tpoL-q -ith il mn.
sical complaint. He was born in
this city Aug. 15. 1881, and had re -
sided here all his life. Until a short
time ago he was employed at the
Naab butcher shop. He leaves his
parents and two brothers. Otto and
William, and three sisters, Mrs.
Clarence Cloudas of Davenport. Mrs.
John Furlong and Miss Tillie Hed
ling of this city. The funeral will
be held Monday afternoon at 2
o'clock in the home and burial will
be in Chippiannock cemetery.
MRS. El.l.. A. SIVI.IUIS.
Mrs. Ella A. Saylers died yester-1 Conductor E. S. Roys we re in charge
day afternoon at 4:0 at the family j of the c ar. Moioiman Stanley and a
home, 3021 Fifth avenue after an ill-! pas.-ene.-r who w ad on th" ftont pla -ness
of several weeks with pneumon-j form staled thi.i morning that the car
ia and complications. She was born 1 was within 10 feet of the body of Oor
March 7. 1882 at Elwood. Ind. She ' don, which was lying on the track, he
had resided here for the last two j tore either of them saw it.
years. She leaves her husband, two
children, Elsie and Virgil, her parents
Mr. and Mrs. M. Anderson of Ke
wanee, and five sisters and three
The funeral services over the
mains of- William Langhinrichs, 2513 ;
Fifth-and-a-half avenue, will be held to- j
morrow afternoon from the home at 2 i
o'clock. Rev. W. G. Oglevee of Broad- i
way Presbyterian church will be in J
charge. Burial will take place at Chip
THIRTY DELEGATES TO
GO TO BLOOMINGTON
flJock Island County Represented at
Rock Island county will be represent-1
e1 DV 30 delegates at the annual con-I
vention of the Swedish-American Re-
pilDlican ciub 0f Illinois which will ba
,n Wedneaday at Bloominon.
! Five of these delegates Dr. G. A. An-
dreen. Dr. Louis Ostrom, Dr. F. O.
Risgnell. Professor John Magnuson
Ena M- 1 "imgren m oe rrnm kock
boost for Moline for the 1912 conven-
tion. George Johnson of Moline w ill Im i
the choice cf the Rook Island county
delegation for the state presidency.
Moline Club Speaker.
J. Adam Bede of Minnesota, fo-aier
I'nited States congressman, i3 to speak
at the Moline club at the annual nieret-
lng of that organization March 17. Mr. !
Bede is well known as a humorist and !
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N'iCOLAi K.' Jl'HL.
Body of Man Run Over by
Fourth Avsnue Line Motor
DISCOVERED ON THE TRACK
Too Late to Aver! Accident, Neck and
Leg-i Are Broken Peculiar
Carl M. Cordon of Moline was run
over and instantly Hl' d at 12:"r thi
morninir bv a westbound Fourth ave -
nuc car, the accident occu.ring at
Fourth avenue and Eighth street. Mo-
line. Motormau Robert Stanley and
TOO I.ATK TO TOI
It was then too late to stop the car,
although an attempt was made to do
so. Motorman Stanley dropped the j
fender but Instead nf tdekinir the hodv I
up, it merely turned it over.
Examination of the body disclosed
the fact that both l"gs had been frac
tured and other injuries inflicted. How i
Gordon came to be on the track at that J
time is not known. There' were no i
signs that he had been drinking. It i j
possible that he fell there In a faint, or !
ne mtgnt even nave ieen aeaa wnen
the car struck him.
I'l.OW HeI PtIMKK.
Gordon was 2h years of age and was
employed at the IVere & Co. plant in
the faint shop. He bav-s a widow,
who resides at Third avenue, and
two married sisters who re-sfde in Rock
Island. The coroner is conducting an
inquest this afternoon.
K. jj. Guyer will leave this evening
for French Lick bprings.
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Campbell are the
Clarence Zw itker left yesterday j
for' Hot Spring where he will spend'
several weeks. !
t Mrs. E. E. Lamp leaves ths even-
ing for an extended visit with rela- i
ti es at .Seattle.
County Super nn r. ien S. J. Fer
guson has refirr.ed frcrn Macomb, j
lil., vhere he .trended a conference i
of the superintendents of the mili-'
tary trad, v. hich ir.cludca. 1 r coun
ties and as many . jperintendf nt. ,
The conference was very beneficial '
to those t .ent.
F. O VanGalder, editor of the;
j Modern U'codmaa and James F. ITgaa j
secretary to Mead Clerk C. V. lfawcs
of the Wood men society. wil! be
guests of honor this evening at an an
nual banciuet cf Camp S(:" In rhi
caso. The banquet is in ce'ebrati n
! cf the anniversary of the founding
of the camp. Hotn local men an
on the program for addresses.
TO RECOVER fVIONE
Constable AiiiiI lmiid aiil Atior
uey John llaubcrg Ate Sued
by Antliony V. i;illlnit .
A. W. r;'.'.burg. proprietor of the
(gambling joint which forme; ly Mr,r
ijhort nvpr the Purl; saloon on T-.' eti-
j T ic til street has filed a suit la the
cemty court for the piirp",- of s c.t-
ins? J.'.iMt which he alleges Mas tak oi
the place in the raid condm t-d
early last winter by Constable u;i.--t
F. Schnitd. The momy. a-oid'n;
to the constable wa fo tml in 'he
ties" of the eambl;nsr tab'es and was
confiscated akns with tiie gtimMiMS
! paraphernalia. The gamblers sec ure.".
I the return of. their tools thryt-.'i a
writ given tnein ny jmmhw v
Peace (Jeorge P. Nis?en but their tic
niand for the r'-turn of the money
was ignored. The suit is directed
against Constable Schmid and John
ti it&,l -l a Mcnittv on
occasion of the raid. It w as umlor-
stood that the monev was being held e 101.... ........... ...
in a bank here until such time as te!f..nd the and placed h.m m,
gaib?" would brir.K the gambU-.s ; r nost. He expern nced no trou
gammers wo - v.lwirt f,,r ,i,e ' l-' m e- fi'.n : li'm although when th
8CoV: -1.1. :..,. :.,:,.,,,. were p.ae.,, on ,:. Pal.i
purpose oi " .. ihrnm,.!..! i. hum. in front of a
John loney appeal ..
Every Individual Has the Qual
ity Stored Away in His
COLLEGE STUDENTS TOLD
Dr. Ifciltliolotlicw Asscrl
That Average l'e-s.n 1" I nli
to M:tl e I'm- d' Power.
In a lecture l.etore .ne m.
class of !ycho!eg of AnguMi-na ,,! -
lege, itpoa the "Snbconsciois .M:iid.
II,. p. I" Ha: Ibolomew . ill d :C!l 1 u A
the genius, propo-md-d the doc:rme
ithat if we could work up to the full
I capacity cd our anility, ntil'odt g all
It he knowledge we have stored ia our
! subconscious mind, wo would a-1 !'
!gcniusc?s ana fiere would h aim' ?t
nothing which it would be impossible'
for us to. All that, we see or
he said. Is recorded in tho iu
cious. man' ihinp-i u'-in; placed on
record there, which coir eoti.-ciotis
'selvps have no knowledge of Con-
Kciousness is, therefore, a bat tier
which precludes us, many times, from
drawing upon this vast storehouse,
which lies dormant in is
Dr. Bartholomew illustrat ! Hi"
point of comeiousiiesH as a ! arre r by
showing that In the hypnotic state
the outward iro c h;-tiisrn of the miTu 1
put away and the hypnotized subject
is enabled to utilize some ot the l.uow
leilge he has in his subconscious More
house, thereby enabling him to do
many of the wonderful things he does.
He further Ftatdl that a cf ni d- al
more wi'.l come I" th man in this
!8'"' ,na Jiri tlV,'r lh"u'
lit he knew.
Hypnotism is a fruitful means of ev
IIOKX NOT hMHV III s .-.
Dr. Bartholomew said in part:
"The genius clews not understand j
himself. He; does not k'low the source
OI int. rifdini; .- -ill'
thing more than he knows. A man of
g'-nlus possesses a remarkable
amount of subconscious and he is ti
abled to use it. That is why h,. soe-n
Which Shall It Be?
The Question of the Hour.
Arc You Ready for the Question?
See papers Thursday, March 9.
IS UNDER ARREST
(Jovcn Pallimats, Atlrffed Slayer
! cf Povas Matasic, Is Bc
i hind Bars Here.
t. ;VAS FOUND AT OGLESBY
ll.nl ImI Police Merry li.ie for
Near l.i Two Monlli- Pri-oner
Kxpettcil l Confri.
.luvaji I'..M.i'uts, I he a:i ccd phi
ti rer of Imv.i.1 Maiu.isic th- ma i
whose r ti it 1 ti ) i re found In a
j vamp in :h - west end of the city on
nvrf.me of Jan. 2i placed p,-
i. inn t:i liars in ino iikhi pt-m
foil this afti moon by I) teitiv,
James I'ri:;!). The pol.ee have I a
muting fur PaMimat.i since tl.e hol.i
it g of tlie imicest etral (UH aft:
tl.- disrory of the body ami wliiic
. hey were Cose on his trail a number
of 'itncK tl'i'V nocr succeeded In cet
titirt hi!d of him until yesterday when
Petcctiv,. I'.rmti artost'd him in O,
I. shy. 111. Several days iuo, the local
department received a tip thai the
much wanted m.in was worUIng In a
., . ,.. ,.. n..f..,..
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tr.Mti rather tlnin return to turn cit
Th" change to ma'.e good on
threat was not iiven him, howrwr,
and he is .if !y here. The time for
his prePmiuary hearing on a chat re
of murder has not yet been set.
Ml MIX. III. II M KOIIHKII.
M.iUasic's r. mains wcto foutiil Sun
c!a; morning ,l.n JJ. jiiI they were
hi badly deeoripos. il til it great di.Te
eniiy was experi. need in blent ifvin :
I'le m. This was huailv done. h"
anil more fa ts v-re brought n it
al the impiest which sliow-ii i-oneiu
si!iy that tl-e man had been ninr
..wecr. J d rel and robbed of a nu n II sum of
i mi ii. y. Tli" ou.-erei mspieion point-
led i'i I'allimais who had in the mean
jii'tle :;o' e to Kewan -e. lie ,;(S true
ed l!lee hut ji-'ain he t:o jest bdl.
i ' Itli T 1 1 1 1 1 .1 e( Mll'ail. uiui n ...'ii-.iii
; , ?,., ,,,,, k waneo to Si. I .on. ..
I.,.,,, to , ndoi i, lietiod. Harv, 'nd,
i I -i: Sa I !e. atld O-bs"
1 : iim :m 1: is . 1 um..
Pallimats has little to say a'.i'tit
fie affair bllf I''0 police believe tliev
have el niiirh ovid'-nce to hang t lo-
They even hope In j;et hll'i t
! 111 ::V. a lull ai.d comp ete eoiifemln-.i
I b. I'eie the case colli" h to trial A
1 hup.. tier of h' count rvnien v. ho live
11 Kew anee led h.i e-ii.'M tea H v kept
him in touch v 'th the f :m !i 111 at
,nB.iw:,- be i:g m.o'e fer him and In llii'1
!way he maiia:....! to elude tlie poll."
fir t'eaily two niorif-; b-tore bi im;
!run d.-wn t.nd arrested. The woman
juitli whom l'.ii:imats left Kewani'-jw-a-;
si ill wi'b hilil nt Oub- hy m d
j: !'... to", was arrested bv lc. li
J I ; i-iti 11 and hiouglr here i.ud placed
i behind 'he b us. II-r name as lo ar
las tie police tan g : it Anna Ca
what coditiarv e; es never tee an l
! s ; i : j Ahai oiilihar. iar:, le xe r Ilea' .
Til" wall 1,-IWeell III" l.l" ioM.C 1111,1
;!.- hiiiicoto'c'oUH in "be ca-." of th"
i;eiii'is is vety thin a:.d transparent
so as to otTer the le a .t retd-Octi'-
tl'OIII the laMer 'o the former. "
news an the t!m
Arc You Ready for M
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I fi UC ijllCSlKHir
I f S?C I'ilPCTS March 9.
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