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THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 1311.
BOND OF SYMPATHY !
FREES A PRISONER
Magiftrate S;n!th Takes Pity on Man
Suffering With a Soreness in
the Back. I
Leniency, thy ramo is Charles J.
r'nvith : In police court this morning,
Baddy Quinu. an old offender among
he topplers from the water wagon,
xperienced a little of the aforesaid
enieney when he appealed to the
judge lor a Uisnii.ss.al on promise to
For a while the ju-ige seemed inclin
ed to dole out six months in view of
Baddy's past performances. Paddy
'v as almost on the verge of tears to
stem the conn's der-ree, when he
thought of a happy little incident in
'he day? that hp worked sine his re
UaF from the county jail about three
vK's ago It pcms fhat Paddy had
f!evia'ed from his usual ruom and
list! secured wr.fr. Na'tiraily, the
i-train hurt his bark. The mapgrrate
heard the story of the sore back and
:nimedlately a bond of sympathy well--d
up within him. with the result tiat
ihe prisoner with the sore back im
ti'ed'ately became a free citizen, for
riHiptrwte himself is Buffering at
pies'T.t with a soreness in his back.
The pair shook hands cordially and
l'addy went on hie way rejoicing.
I 4i I .
TAFT POLICY ON TARIFF
(Continued from Faa-e One.)
i - . - .
Alfred Sze, who is oonin tc
Washington as new minister from
China, will be welcomed at the capi
ta!, where he was educated while hia
father wai connected with the Cni
nes embassy. Young Zze la remem
bKre1 as a devotee of baseba'.I and
an all-around nthlete. The piftura
was taken 1 n lS:Ti. when lie w.-is a
arena and that President Taft had
put hie sign of approval upon the
!ocal republican municipal ticket,
Henry T. Hunt, democratic nominee
for mayor of Cincinnati, was elected
by a majority estimated between
.".,000 and 6,'m0. Karly returns in
dicate the eiitir-' democratic ticket
WHITI.OCK KLEC1ED I TULKDO.
Toledo, N'ov. 8. Mayor Brand
Vhitlock was reelected by a major
ity which, on the face of early re
turns, in estimated at 3,000.
liUIKIKLI) l IIKKKVrail.
I'ainesville. Ohio, N'ov. 8. Fif
teen out of 21 precincts iu Lake
county give Fletcher D. Malin,
pledged progressive, 1,39." votes,
and James K. fJarfield. who refused
t pledge l:ir,j(i-lf, votes for dele-
Kate to the Ohio constitutional con
vention iu 1912. Garfield concedes
(K mi.its ki.kct M(inn.
CniiHin. Nov. x. Unofficial re
turns show the election ot" Arthur
Turnbull. democrat, as mayor by a
Plurality of eipht, but the official
count may show Harry Schilling, so-
'alist a vi tor. Incomplete return?
indit-ate the election of stx-ialist
niijyoi ri ;:t 1 la rbci t 01: and Cuvh1ku
Wilson trie! to get control of the
legislature, that he mi?ht reform the
corporation laws of the state, known
is the parent of trusts.
OTK FOR GOVKRMMI.
Arthur Pue Gorman, democrat
Philip Lee Goldaborougii, republican
Ordinarily .Maryland is strongly
democratic iir state elections and a
' close vote or republican victory
; would greatly encourage republican
hopes ot" obtaining tiie electoral ote.
i next year.
Baltimore, Nov. b. incomplete it
turns indicate that for the second time ;
: ainct- the civil war Maryland has elect
ed a republican governor, Goldsbor
: cngh's majority being estimated at
i i'.f'O'i. State Senator A. I'. Gorman,
the democratic nomine,-, thi moini.i--ti-t
lined to c)iiCf.ie tr'c election. Th"
i otistitut ioi.al amendment for the dis
franchisement of the negro was decis
iely defeated. The l-sislauiiv re
Til res m
Sa iS fe U S!
A CAR LOAD OF
m NU St U U IT JLh,
JL M, NOTE. THE DATS AND THE BATES
1 miFfir r Firgciir
Vj tiAjKrstriw (ABIttfj
(Ll mas a t-i1wi' wewe r -d
i o , r n it f
Purchaser Who Buys a.
3 IV EJ
On Any of the Above Dates
:READ THE FULL PARTICULARS
The Hie Store tl:e home of the McDongall
Kitchen Cabinet. See Mi;dow IH-p'.ay.
II f.KX IN
I'emocra A -j z?
Pemocratic majority 24
Republican majority 10
Although Governor Woodrow Wil
son's supporters deny the politicians'
predictions that democratic defeat in
tii" legislative election would end
'he governor's boom for the presi
dewy. James Smith, ruler of the
f-tte democratic organization sought
to repudiate Wilson democracy.
How is Your
J These f-os'y rias should re-
:, Xi.ui .u need u
:' y . i for tist u r.
t;. -i..- to ;t no. that yoti
.'ioeci .. oa! to tak" care
.' i - u-. A suddeu
.: .i .t-- on soui
. . : .. i aid are
: t ; . '. Your order to
' : ;ip; rc.M,iT',i.
RocKwel! ice S Fuel Co.
U j T v. e r.tieth Street.
o 1 1; t int i.o khok.
..lames B. McCreary denio-
. l-:dward '. O'l.'-'-.'d. republi
The caaiiiiWgn a. It u.ht on al
most identical state platforms, leav
ing the oters to be swayed largely
by their inteiest in national affairs.
Louisville. Nov. S. After four years
of republican rule. Kentucky changed
; front and Hced practically the
democratic canuiuH ': wlui the l:en.
iest majorities given in yoais. James
.Bennett McCrearj's majority lor gov
, ernor exceeds :'',ut.".'. The lejilslature
on joifir ;ie-rmb!y will i.i-.ve a d-mo-tratic
majority ot x5. insuiin.- tlie elec
tion of Congrtssiuan OHie James, dem
: ocrat, tu :h l'uitd .iatr--i b-na'e.
Il..ll 1 OU IIM.l.
Kiiusas City, .lo . Nov. s. Joseph
A. Taggart, a democrat, was elected
to congress from tl;c second Kansas
district by a majority estimated at
l,2Uo votes, oxer hio republican op
ponent. Flysses S. Guv. r. .Mr. Tag
gHrt will hil the um xjdred t t-m of
the late republican o'.ij. ressma n, A.
C. Mitcbeil. Mfchci! carMel the
district in. i:l" by : , : : votes over
J'ehn Calduell, demociat.
i i i : inn i.iiiKitMitt.
Araiu J. I'othier, republican . "l.t1"''
Lewis A V'ater.'iian. demo-
c.ri.iic :i l'.iiiih
I' it: i- osi i.ot i:kmhi.
Holm O. Hursiitu. i epubl i an . .'I m.ooo
W. ('. Mclioaaid, ivinocraT . ..Nl,"ou
In addition to ejecting i's lirst set
of state officials. New Mic,, elected
two ''urp:isiiH'ii fatnl a lei.-!,, t u i e,
whU!'. :!! (boose tAi. sr gators.
Trenton. N. J. Nov. The tejuie
I'.t&i;- v. :1! a';i irn the neinoeiats in
(o::Tni i f V.;- a.-sen:bl as; a tes ilt of
-t. . l. !!.!. Tit" Ht H':' is f f U h ; i eg : .
Five dollars saved to every purchaser of any McDougall Kitchen Cabinet, if bought during the Three Days' Introductory Sale. Note
and dates Thursday, Friday and Saturday of this week. This is an opportunity to save nve aouars irom regular iucuougaii
the days and
prices, for three
divs only. This
ives you the greatest value in Kitchen Cabinets ever manufactured, or offered by any concern in the
tri-cities. There is only one best Cabinet that's the LlcDougall. Contains ail tne time saving ana laoor saving conveniences, large aim
small, that is possible to put into a Kitchen Cabinet at any price, with no unnecessary frills. Come see this cabinet demonstrated; com
pare it with any other make of cabinet sold elsewhere, and you'll buy a McDougall every time.
The Reason Why McDougall Kitchen
Cabinets Lead and Others Follow
( 0S THl ( 1 ION AND Ltil'IP.tfL'M TLM.S T1IK S fUY (onslrueled of lid oak. kiln dried Inmber,
iinishea in ri h shatle d iroLIea or:h: ill ih spot r soil. Hardware of newest design, dull copper fin
Ish. Sanitfiry le? base, masie cupboard bne, .Ir!)oiigall full metal extension sliding top, covered with
nickeloid non-anti rn.st metul. Full -flass remoTiiide Hour bin front. Special removable all metal tilt
ing siffer ilour bin etulppcl with initnel in.tnth lloitr s.:fir. McDontrall cooling enphoard, a special fea
ture. Metal bre:id and cake drawer. gi;t cereal an I - jiice jars. self-ieedL.g sugar bin with funnel bot
tom ssnd cap. Srillwort or rippled trbs! doors, .ire slidine sbelves, niouldiuir boards, doors racks etc.
A place for everything and eerythinsr iu its place in a McDougall.
$29 .00 regular price, $5 saved, $15.00
S25.C3 regular price, $5 saved, $20.09
527.50 regular price. S5 saved, $22.50
$30.00 regular price, $5 saved, $25.00
$32.50 regular price, $5 saved, $27.50
$35.00 regular price, $5 saved, $30.00
I To save the $5.00 purchase
I your McDougall Cabinet, not
j later than Saturday night,
i November 11.
109-111 East Second Street
Choose the McDougall
Kitchen Cabinet et a good
one, and save $5 if bought
during Introductory Sale.
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I'lSTKKT ATTOUNKV AND 3iUTHi;i; OF DKAD"
ClIiL WUJIKING TU LO-WICi 1,'KV. JfRTlEOX
t.:" f vUU M
r, -t 1, block ITS, Knst Moline, ' ou: lot 27, assessor's plat, ISHt, Rock
:51m. .1. Inland, $C,S00.
John X. Ticiian.nn to .lohti Koch, Daniel McNeal to First n.iptist
Jr.. p:irt lot , block 1", old town, ' church, Watertown, lots 4 and 3. block
Vj7. Watertowu, $1.
Anna Heuck to Minnie M. Feunesy.
lot 11. block :;, Oliver's second addition
Rock Mand, 50, 'not.
Kilen Kelly to 1. fi. M cF.ni.me. out-!
lot 27. a a?-.' .-r's ! hit. ivdl, Hock Is- .
Kiicii Ke!iy to )r. K. M f Km l.itic, out
lot 17. Bail-v (V B -yle's second addi
tion. Hock l.-lard. .
I). U. MrFarl.me to Patrick H. Kelly,
U'iOt 17. f!;..1 ic Boyle's second ad- I
d it ion. Keck I-.!;. rnj. S . .
Jul' 'is " 5-"'. ic'i. -r to Hiram Ruby, lot
- .A!i.ie:al Spri'.-s.park, Moline. $2.0no. ;
H. K. .VcFai'Mne to Patrick H. Kelly, j
Rock Island. 2.00O.
Trustees First Baptist church, Wa
tertowu, to Daniel McNeal, lots 1. 2.
1 and 5, block ."5, Watertowu, ll.so".
Dfeiiel McNeal to Ellinssivorth K
Scliaffer. lots 1, 2, 4 and .". block
'at r'own, $.soo.
'. II. Poj.e to L. H. Orman. lot :p",
block IS!, Fast Moline, Jl,20(t.
Sherman A. Cartwright to 3'h8ffer
'C Cook. lot block 1;rt. Last Molire.
Solomon LaMfinan to Albert .1. N'o
bnsKy. part norihwest iuiirter, i
; tion 2, 17. 2w, $4,ieu.
John "m. Scheiiernian to Fannie !; .
I livers, lot ::. .1 Scheuerman -,
lourth addilion. Rot k I-Iiind. )l.
William Sackiiile lo N'els P. Job;,
'son. lot ::. block 1. Stewart's second
addition. Moline. IIT'..
.runes II. .U Itobori s to Frank H.
Schiller, trait iu sections Id and 17, l'1.
; 2". ii.
I'.ra Robin-'in to t'cerj-e B. Cr',
part lots 1 ami 2. northui hl ffac'lot a'
Itiuartfr, section I, l'.t, 2c. $1,700.
THE LEADING DOCTORS
On Nervous, Blood and Chronic Diseases
M HMK HK.I'I H! It .
i.itnabd. Neb, Nov. v Late returns
indicated the republicans elected all
s'a'e ( tlate. The d la'J e!'-ct-
d Li.rtci V. Stcpl.et. - To T.at.-ss from
the Thi: r::tr. .
J.. kson. t:s . Nov. . The d :i,-
rc, d I. :-ru. ernor ;r.d
other state -'Jtiier. The detiovrtie
candidate f-f lieu'-uant :o ernor
leads his social!.- oppcnnt by cn'y
about thre- thettsand I a total of
c::. (oi.i 0!..s
OtST. ATTY PeLLETiEC MES. U&GAL LlMWE-jLL
nistrict Attorney P!l-tier, rf Boston, still professes to be confident h
n!!t s;i"r-l tu convlctim; P.-v. C;ar,-r.ce Riche'in. rambriilee minister
indU-fd for the i.mrd-r by poisoning of Aria Linn II, despite declarations
that ni'.-hf.'n' attorneys i.ave in their r'faeslen a letter written to Rtch
snn hy the rtrl. threatening to take po-son unless he married her. Pel-l-tir,
in his preliminary work, confers often with Mrs. Edgar Linnell,
mother of tl.te dead Avis LlnnelL It was her testimony In the grand
jury roorn. it ! said, that Influence-! the J-irymen to return an Indictment
a ei 'nit the j-re aj'hei".
COURT HOUSE RECORD
olS T.ventv-secccd St.
'cc ar.tl hauj-
iz , of Ail Kinds.
Call West 981.
C. H. TH0RNH(LL
I It hi:Hf KKKI KUU1.
S..-: Franei. 0. Njv. . Charles M.
Kicker, union hi: .or candidate. a?
itfflcttiV- dtrlit 6tto: ne bj ur;i:iy
Mcb Lynche Colored Man.
.V. r-M-t-n. .Vi.. Nov. v ".ludfe"
Majifley. a nerre. was taken from
Ih ptity Suerirr Brcwn near Lockhart
by a mob ,f about t1"' persons at.d
lynched. Hi body was riddled with
bullet.. ".ise ' as-r.u!ed .1. It.
i:'.. v. a 'ik
Real Estate Transfers.
K. H. Gtiyer to Clara L. Bennell,
lot 2ti, blo' k I . Fast Moltr.e, :
Tasou Willis to Anna and F.d J.
M'-hr. lots 4, 0, , 7, block o, Hamp
ton, $1,3 SO.
Elizabeth M. J learner to Pauline
ilaemr, trart nonh half southeast.
';uarter, be'-tion .11-1-1 iC, i27S.
Edward L. GorT to Edward J.
Brown, lot 1."., block 1, Twenty-tirft
.-treet addition. Kotk Island.
Ja.uw McXamara to Wiiliiin A.
Lovett, lot :!, block "H." Edgewood '
irk tddirion. Rock Island. ir0'". .
'fary '. Fleosams to T. A. D era pi
i-.v, part lot h'ock !, eld town.
Rock Island. $ 1 .
Albert Aswepe. by heirs, to Claus
Andersen, lot 4. block 1, McMaster'a ;
addi-ioi. Rctk Island. $2, COO. '
June S. C-ible to Jeppe S. Davis,
lo' 2. block 11. Buford t Guyer'
Jifior, Rock Island, I2S5. 4
Jane S. Cable -to Jeeee S. Davis, '.
lot 1. block 11. Buford & (J liver's
addition. Rock Island, $34".
Alphon.-o Standard ft) Henry
Goethals, lot If, block Silvis,
Martha E. Kiup to Eva L. and W.
L. Clark, part outlet 2, G. A.. Ste
phen's first addition, Moline. $3,7b'j.
Lamont t Brien to Charles Huth
maker, lot 9. Brien & Lament's ad
dition. Rock Island, IS.'O.
Luzi" O'Hsre to Ola Johanson,
lot 12. blo'-Vc 11. old town. Milau,
Emma G. Hasting to L. Scbricfce
lot 5, Black Hawk addition. Rock Is
Frank Newton to Edward D. Greer
lot 2". block l-2, East Moline, l.
Gotthlif Georgi to J. C. Watson,
part lots 2 and 3. block P, Milan,
P.ufu. Walker to Frank B. Walk-'
er. lots 7. 8, 9, 10. 1?. 12, block 7,
A-me addition. Moline, $1,000. '
Cecelia C. Jordan to Rufus Wa!k-
In t';o ri'.ce nf li'e stronjr men win.
To b.- htindicapperl with a disease
t'.ehjis iio'h financial mi i physical loss.
Poor, tidn blood; weak, tired
nervep; feeble, palpitating hart; dia
easeg of li c-r. ki'jnejs, stomach, bow
els; brain f-jg, .-pinal lrritation, ard
ail weaker. in and wastra? diseases
ca tiie many people to ;sl'i r aud fell
in the race of life.
Come to us. Our offices are prop
erly equipped for the treatment of h ich
dis'-ater. V e invite yo j to call or
- rite. Coc.-ulta'ion free.
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we accomlifche cureB."
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