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THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 24, 1912.
FAMILY FEUD IS
time the Passmore boyg had grown
to be big men. Considerable whisky
as passed around and the mountain
eers and their supporters started in
to make trouble for their neighbors
again, but this time they went down
to defeat. After a hot battle, in which
buggy whips and clubs were used, the
CALL SENATOK KE1LN
Daily United States Weather Map
U S. Department of Agriculture.
' WILLIS L MOORE. Chief.
Regular Old Time Kentucky j Cleftvelands were beaten up badly. A
Fred H. Weaver, Found Dead
in Evanston Park, Engaged
to Texas GirL
Controversy Is on Just
South of County.
na'i named 'Hueston was so badly in
Jured from being struck over the head
with a club that he is now lying In
th, hospital at the point of death. A
member of the original Cleaveland
family, who is a Rock Island team
ster, as well as a Milan resident, who
BROIL OF YEARS' STANDING
BETROTHAL SECRET ONE
Crop Out Recently and One of Par
ticipant) I Xow in Precarious
. vi iu " Fiancee Conies From South for the
Funeral Victim Suffers Ner
That a bitter family feud which has
led to repeated bloodshed has been
waged within a few miles of Rock
Island for the past ten years is not
generally known to the public, but
such is the case. After & period of
comparative quietude, the quarrel
broke out anew In the fight at Cop-1 Boston The World's Christian En-
peras Creek a few days ago at a horse deavor union has been proposed by
s&le, in which several of the uprticl- j Representative McCall for the Nobel
pants were seriously injured, the de-! peace prize in recognition of its eerv
tails of which are familiar to the pub- ices in the interest of world peace.
lie. The quarrel originated over a
piece of land owned by a Mollne man,
and th details of the story have just
come to light.
IMXIM Ti: 0 KH I.AD.
Some ten years ao a Cleaveland
family, mountaineers from Tennessee, heroin,
moved to Eliza township. Mercer i
county. Illinois, and bought a piece j Ithaca. X. Y. Cornell's trustees
of land adjoining that owned by a Mo- elected Professor Alvin Saunders John
line party, who had rented his farm to i Fon of Inland Stanford university to
a Passmore familv. The Tennesseeans j tne rnalr ot economics made vacant
built a ho.ise over the line on the b" tD resignation of Professor Frank
property hold by the Passmores and I A Fetter.
were requested to take it off. This
Toledo, Ohio That scores of high
school boys had become addicted to
the use of heroin was revealed by a
lfi-year-old junior who was arrested.
The boy had a watch case filled with
Chicago, Jan. 24. A secret romance
Kansas City, Mo. Although valued 'came to light yesterday following the
at thousands of dollars, curios stolen ! finding of the body of Fred H. Weaver,
from the Fine Arts institute were j 30 years old, of 1223 Maple avenue.
found abandoned by the thief in a , Evanston, a member of the Chicago
vacant storeroom. , I Board of Trade, in a park at the foot
of Main street, Evanston, with a bul
let wound in the head. A revolver
lay beside the body.
Three sealed letters were found in
Mr. Weaver's pockets. One was ad
dressed to his father, Joseph D.
Weaver, a member of Weaver Broth
ers, real estate operators, 133 West
Washington street, and the other two
to Miss Ella Wade, Paris, Texas.
Miss Wade left Paris for Chicago
last night after being informed of
Mr. Weaver's death. She admitted
they were engaged, but said they had
planned to keep their betrothal secret.
Several weeks ago, she said. Mr.
Weaver visited her and seemed to be
a nervous wreck. A letter received
by her Monday, however, said he was
in the best of spirits. Miss Wade
visited Evanston last summer as the
guest of Miss Mary Ross of 1123 Hin-
i man avenue.
BODY KR LAKE SHORE.
Mr. Weaver's body was found by
William F. Burns, an attorney, living
at 838 Sheridan road, Evanston. It
was lying in the park about 15 feet
from the lake shore. Mr. Burns noti
fied the police.
Mr. Weaver had been suffering
from a nervous breakdown for about
SEN. JOHN W KfcrN
William J. Bryan is reported in
Washington as favoring John W.
Kern, senator from Indiana and
Bryar.'s running mate in 1908. for
the Democratic nomination for presi
dent. His choice for vice president.
It is announced, is Senator O'Gorman
of New York.
Cincinnati Attorneys for Edgar S.
aroused the antagonism of the Cleave-1 iwnaio. l ne standard on
lands arid thev forbad their neieh- company of New York .was fined $35.-
bors to cross a strip of land which in the United States district court
had been considered public up to this fr 14:J violations of the interstate
time, and which it was necessary for i commerce law in accepting rate con
the Cleaveland to use in order to cessions from railroads on shipments
reach a public hiehwas. :l 011 Irom uiean. .. ., to Burling
TIT tit tKIU V .-.-!! ton, t.
Passmore had six boys, all little
f11rtu-u !it th:it time nnf) lifirnran nf
th- h!eh f,,iiP th.' f.ri i,k. 1 Cok of Chicago filed two additional
up by the boys as well as the rarents. ! !UUH a8K,ng "amages against . 8X months. Because of the disorder
The first real troubi- began at a husk- ',rnit"r 1 ounty "osecutor Henry i.he was forced practically to give up
lnK bee in that ieii.ltv at which tlm-i ",,n, now mayCr of C lnc,nnati-and i his business connections at the board!
the Cleat eland jumped upon th.- Pass
St. Louis district, he declares, to be
almost solidly for the reelection of
Deputy Revenue Collector Alva Mer
rill has resigned his position, effective
Feb. 15. to make the race for congress
in the Peoria district against Colonel
Frederick II. Smith, who has been en
dorsed by the leaders of the different
factions. Merrill is running as a pro
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eloodr; elendj; rain; (g) snow; report
ttiiwtiiff. Arron fly with tb wind. Fint Sirarak lowmt nm
Mrature for pjutt 12 haam mooqiI. M-honr niuf .f it mioala
3H ineht third. wiad nlodtt it lu milot par boar or mar.
FORECAST FOR ROCK ISLAND, DAVEXPORT. 5IOLINE AXI TICIXITr.
Generally cloudy tonight and Thursday, warmer tonight with the lowest temperature
about 15 to 20 degrees above zero.
the Big Four Railroad company. They j0j trade.
charged that Cooke was persecuted
and liheled in connection with his ar
; rest la the case of Charles Lb War
more bo.ia and cave thrin an unmer
ciful bearing. Meanwhile the moun
taineers had fenced in the Ktrip of
land which had tx't-ii lined as a public
crossing. The l'nBsmores tore the
in hlrh revolvers and shotguns L??".119 th JI'ort h hope for
played a prominent part.
TIIRi:TK TO KII.U
During all this time the Moline man
The last person known to have
seen Mr. Weaver alive is George L.
Corke, a druggist at jo Dempster
street, Evanston. Mr. Corke said Mr.
Weaver entered his store at 9 o'clock
Monday night and asked about the
effect of doe hiRCUir on the human
the birth of an heir to the throne has Eystem and then asked the druggist
The Hague An official communiea-
Light precipitation in the lake re
gion and on the north Atlantic coast
Las resulted from the northeastern
low which is disappearing beyond New
England. The north Pacific disturb
ance shows decided intensity and is
causing rain or snow in Washington,
Oregon, Nevada and northern Califor
nia. Relatively low pressures are not
ed on the eastern Rocky mountain
slope, but barometers somewhat above
allowed both I .a Folieite and Roose-! ,he normal and fair weather are gen-! Atlantic City
velt enthusiasts to express their ideas j rral from tnp crest of the Rockies to
the Aileghanies. The increase in pres
sure In the upper Mississippi valley
Hugh W. Cole of Ceneseo has sent
out formal notices that he will be a
candidate for the republican nomina
tion for representative from the Henry
Bureau-Stark counties district.
Chicago, Jan. 24. Full play will be
and the lake region has been accom
panied by a decided fall in temperature
in those sections. At 7 a. m. the tem
perature at Moorhead, Minn., was 12
degrees below zero. The eastward
movement of these conditions will be
attended by generally cloudy weather
in this vicinity tonight and Thursday,
with warmer tonight.
been shattered. Queen Wilhelmina's
health is reported satisfactory.
th" El Paso. Texas General G. B. Vil-
ijfen. Boer war hero, has renounced
the lkla itnuriran rlli7onBhin on.l inalira(
who owned the lurid adjoining
Mountaineers had Kept oil of
tinht, and. in fu-t, the head of
f'leaveland family had threatened to j Mjran naturalization papers. He is
..... ...... u Uui yn.uiuj lul I now in Sonora.
Rcme'Mi.g must be done in order to j
allow Mm Knanfs to secure Home j Nckomis. Sask. The bodies of Fred
means of eir.efu from the premises, j An(U,r8on anj stanky Hainsworth
the Moline man bearded the lion in,VPre fo,mft ln their homesteaders'
his dn. and as a result of the inter i ca,)ln. is believed death was caused
view old man Cleaveland apologized ; ov roai caR asI,hviatinn
ior ins 'actions. ino leinns ne
to sell him some rat poison. The
The police believe Weaver visited
Chicago and purchased the revolver
found by his body after Corke's re
fusal to sell him the poison.
TEXTIST KOl'Ml DEAD.
Dr. Harry P. Barker, ol years old.
a dentist, and brother of John Bar
at the progrrssive republican confer
ence in Springfield Saturday. While
it Is not believed an attempt will be
made to stampede the conference into
an endorsement of Roosevelt, if such
should happen the local managers of
Senator La Follette will accent, more
or luss graciously, what is written and
be content to abide by the result.
However, it is thought certain that
what really will occur is an open ver
dict in the mii'tor of a presidential
choice. This was the course followed
in Ohio, and many of the Illinois pro
gressives see in it a good example.
The presidential question being too
hard to solve, names of vice presiden
tial possibiliries are being talked of
High. Low. Prep.
56 3S .00
Boston 4G 22 .00
Buffalo 30 14 .06
Rock Island 35 8 .00
Kansas City .50
New Orleans C6
New York .52
St. Louis 54
St. Paul 16
San Diego 64
San Francisco 56
Yellowstone Park . . .
J. M. SHERIER, Local Forecaster.
Today's Market Quotations
tween the Cleavclum! and the Pass
mores continued to run high.
BtTI I K o 1.41 II.
London A gloomy prophecy as to
the probability of conflicts in the Pa
cific ocean was made bv T. W. M
fcrm'er general attorney for the 1 among 'J'f progressive.. Robert Bass,
Santa Fe railroad in Missouri and ; '.' i'"""1'-1" "r OI .ew
now Ki:in .h nninotir ', Hampshire, is considered likely tim-
i -rnor of that state, was found shot j br; as is Senator Albert B. Cummins
! to death in the home of his brother-! of, wa- tlie,Iaer especially by those
poiiui ians wno reruse to take his can
didacy for president seriously.
in-law, J. I.. Hammond, at 1120 West
Congress street, yesterday morning. A
'coroner's jury returned a verdict de-
The next fight occurred some j Magulre. lecturer on milit'arv strategy! i C,?r,ins- thEt ,he oommied suicide
months later, when on account of the at a meeting of the Royal Colonial in-
extreme high water, it was impracti-1 stitute. He warned America and
cable to tibe the roads and farmers j Great Britain against Germany and
who wished to go to Muscatine trav-I Japan,
eled by boat on the river. Through a I
... . . " lain- i m-iKisue. atri via i lie existence OI ou jar jauico o. -uti-uiiuuKii, auai- men fnr cimnnrt in fh tr.io
tur ui puuui; Bi-couuiH, s tne oiuy re-; and has made the gubernatdrial sit-
Springfield, 111., Jan. 24. Upon the
decision of the 475 delegates who
stood by former Governor Richard
Yates in the deadlock in the conven
tion of republicans in 1901 depends
Mr. Yates' position in the coming cam
paign. He has " appealed to these
Wee were on the same launch bound i a secret society known as the "Black
for Muscatine. Hot words were ex- , Hands" has been discovered among
chang, d and both contingents barri-j the younger officers of the Servian
caded themselves in separate compart
ment, not, however, before one of
the feudists had swung an axe at his
neighbor. Guns were unlimbered and
a hot firing er.sued for several min
utes, when other passengers inter
vened. causiiiK a cessation of hostili
ties. On the return trip the mountain
eers preceded the Passmore boys, and
knowing that their neighbors would
have to crons the dispited strip of
land, they laid 1n wait for them. The
Passmore boys, who were still small
and not able to fully take care of
themselves, managed to escape their
enemies by dragging a small boat
through a swamp.
lOCtl. M4 l KIC.IIT.
A few days ago at a horse sale the
fight was renewed, but in the mean-
army. The object is supposed to be
anti-dynaFtic. "In consequence the
crown prince has resigned his post as
inspector general of the army.
Colds Cause Headache.
Laxative Bromo Quinine, the world
wide cold and grip remedy, removes
cause. Call for full name. Look for
signature E. W. Grove. 25 cents.
Old Soldier Tortured.
."For years I Buffered unspeakable
torture from Indigestion, constipation
and liver trouble," wrote A. K. Smith,
a war veteran at Erie, Pa., "but Dr.
King's New Life Pills fixed me all
right. They're simply great." Try
them for any stomach, liver or kidney
trouble. Only 25 cents at all druggists.
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' WBSTEHS koon(1 ,n 'U'J LiniP Leather, flexible, stamped in gold I
I Nv on baclt ani1 '. printed on Bible paper, with red edges '
IllMtrat t and corners rounded : beautiful. Strong, durable. Besides 1
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publican office holder not to have op
position to his renomination. So far
no other republican has been suggest
ed in connection with the office, though
there is plenty of time before the pri
Progressive republican headquarters
has issued a statement calling on Sen
ator Shelby M. Cullom to withdraw his
claim to first place on the primary
ballot, holding there was "trickery and
deception" ln connection with the fil
ing of his petition.
The Swedish-American league of Illi
nois will hold a big banquet in Chicago
March 9. Announcement is made that
President Taft has accepted an invita
tion to be present and speak at that
time. Other speakers will be Gover
nor Deneen, Governor Eberhart of
Minnesota, and Congressman George
E. Fobs. Covers will be laid for 1,100
at the Congress hotel.
Precinct captains of the First Illinois
congressional district met in Chicago
and by a vote of 119 for Roosevelt 2
for Taft, 1 for La Follette and 2 for
Foraker. decided to instruct the two
delegates to the national republican
convention for Roosevelt for presi
dent. Ninety per cent of the precinct
captains will be reelected at the April
primary and ratify this action.
Announcement Is made that Gover
nor Woodrow Wilson of New Jersey.
democratic candidate for the presiden
cy, will speak In Springfield at noon
March 1. He will speak in East St.
I-ouls at night, leaving for De8 Moines
and Milwaukee on his way home.
Representative John Huston of
Blandinsville, in McDonough county,
has announced that he will not be a
candidate for the state senate, but will
seek reelection to his present position.
George Fadler of Colchester and W. A.
Compton will probably oppose him.
Senator Gibson will likely be opposed
by David Turnbull.
Petitions of Congressman W. A. Ro
denberg for renomination as the re
publican candidate are in circulation
In bis district. In his announcement
Mr. Rod en berg eays there are not
many socialists and anarchists in his
district and little sentiment for either
Roosevelt or La Follette. The East
uation in Illinois more uncertain by
announcing that he expects to become
a candidate for governor. Personal
letters addressed to each of the 1,500
delegates who participated in the
deadlock broken by the nomination
of Governor Deneen have been sent
out by Yates. The most important
portion of the Yates letter follows:
"I now expect to become at an early
date an active candidate for the re
publican nomination for governor at
the primary election on April 9. I
had the pleasure of meeting yon many
times during the 'deadlock convention'
in 1904, where I think we all learned
to respect each other. Whether we
all agreed with one another or not,
I have felt, ever since, that I knew
every man in that convention well
enough to write to him at any time.
and I feel sure that it will not be
wrong for me to solicit your support
now. I have no machine, no patron
age, and no campaign fund, and if
elected will be under no obligation ex
cept to the people at large, hence
could be able to be independent in
the performance of every duly.
know of no reason why any man of
the COO.fifiO who voted for me at the
election in 1900 should not be for me
Win State Meat Contracts.
Springfield, Jan. 24. Contracts for
meat and other supplies for the state
charitable institutions were awarded
by the state board of administration.
Swift &. Co. of Chicago will furnish
meat to nine institutions at a cost of
$56,749.07. The Cudahy Packing com
pany, Morris & Co.. Sulzberger &
Sons of Chicago and H. G. Taylor of
Bloomington also were awarded meat
(By wire from K. W. Wasrner & Co..
Grain, provisions, stocks and cotton.
Local offices at Rock Island house, hock
Island, 111. Chicago office. 98-9S-100.
hioara or Trade. Local teiepnones, imo.
BOARD OF TRADE TRANSACTIONS
May. 100. 102, 100?, 101.
July, 94, 96, 94. 95.
September, 93'a. 94Vs, 94. $V
Corn. May, G5Ts, C7. 65. GT's
July, C5. 07. 05M;, (iG
September, CGV, C7V. CO, 07,
May, 49, 50, 49. 50.
July, 44. 43. 44, 45.
September, 40'4. 40, 40',i, 40.
January, 13.82, 15.9."). 15.S2. 13.95.
May, 10.20, 10.45, 1C.20, 10.42.
January, 9.20, 9.27, 9.20, 9 27.
May, 9.42, 9.52. 9.42. 9.52.
January, 8.35, S.C0, 8.55, 8.C0.
May, 8.75, 8.83, 8.75, 8.82.
THE GRAIN MAPKET.
Chicago Cash Grain.
Wheat No. 2 r S7!Q98, No. 3 r
9597. No. 2 hw 99104, No.
3 hw 90100V2. .o. 1 ns 107111,
No. 2 na 100 109, No. 3 ns 104
10S, No. 2 8 99 100, No. 3 s
95105, No. 4 s 90( 100, vc 90
9S, durum 90 105.
Corn No. 3 C2fiC3'4, No. 3 w
63C4",, No. 3 y G:iG3, No. 4
61C2, No. 4 w 0263Vi. N'o. 4
y 61G2, sgm 5Cg59, sgy 59
Oats No. 2 w 5051. No. 3 w
4950, No. 4 w 4949, stand
Wheat opened unchanged to Vi low
er; closed to lower.
Corn opened unchanged; closed
Wheat 25 2
Corn 553 0
Oats 179 80
To- Last Last
day. Week. Year.
Western Live Stock.
Hogs. Cattle. Sheep.
Kansas City 10,000 5,000 7,000
Omaha 17,000 31,000 9,200
Estimated Chicago Tomorrow.
Hogs. Cattle. Sheep.
Chicago 7,000 6,500 12,000
NEW YORK STOCKS. '
New York, Jan. 24. Following are
the quotations on the market today:
L'nicn Pacific 16G7fc
V. S. Steel preferred 111
U. S. Steel common 06
Rock Island preferred 51
Rock Island common 25
Southern Pacific 110
New York Central 108
MiF.souri Pacific 39
Great Northern 130
Northern Pacific 117
Louisville & Nashville 152
Canadian Pacific 231
Illinois Central 141
Chesapeake & Ohio 7314
Brooklyn Rapid Transit 78
Baltimore & Ohio '. 105
St. Paul 108
Lehigh Valley 164 f
LOCAL MARKET CONDITIONS. J
Jan. 24. Following are the quota
tions on the local market today:
Eggs, 35 c.
Butter Dairy, 35c; creamery, 45c
Feed and Fuel.
Clover hay, $15.
Forage Timothy hay, $20 to $28.
Wild hay, $14 to $17.
New corn, 55c to 68c.
Coal Lump, per bushel, 16c; alack.
Chicago Estimates Tomorrow.
Keceipts. bnipments. 27th day of December,
By virtue of an execution Issued out
of the clerk's oftiee of the circuit court
of Rock Island county, and Miale of
Illinois, and to me directed, wherehy I
am commanded to make the amount of
a certain Judgment recently oolained
against August ('aid", in favor of A. H.
Liitt, out of the lurid, tenements. Roods
and chuttfls of the said August fable.
1 have li vl.d on the following dec-rih-cd
property, to-wit: Lot Keventeen (17.
bloek 174. in Kast Aluiine, Kock Itland
Therefore. aioordir.R to said com
mand. I shall expose lor sale at public
auction, all ihe litrht. title and interest
of the above named Aunusl Cable in
and to the above (H-S'-rib.-d properly, at
10 o'clock a. m.. on Tuesday, the )3th
day of February. 1 S J 2. at the east door
of the court house ln Koek Island coun
Dated at Rock Island, III., this 20th day
of January, A. U. 1912.
O. I.. iiP.I'NKK
Sheriff Roi k Island County.
Death In Roaring Fire
May not result from the work of fire
hugs, but often severe burns are caus
ed that make a quick need for Buck
len's Arnica Salve, the quickest, surest
cure for burns, wounds, bruises, boils,
Bores. It subdues inflammation. It
kills pain. It soothes and heals.
Drives off skin eruptions, ulcers or
piles. Only 25 cents at all druggists.
Chamberlaln'd Cough Remedy It not
a common, every-day cough mixture.
It Is a meritorius remedy for all the
troublesome and dangerous complica
tions resulting from cold ln the head,
throat, chest or lungs. Sold by all
Real Estate and Stocks
Bought. old and exchanged If you
want to buy or have anything- to aall
or exchange let us hear from you.
NATIONAL BROKERAGE CO-
470 Ohio street. Terra Haute, Ind.
.otlc-e of Publication.
State of Illinois. Hock Island Coun
In the Circuit Court. To the May
teim. 1K12. ln Chancery No. C712.
Theophil Bousson vs. Emma liousson.
Affidavit of non-residence of the above
named defendant, Kmma ousson. hav.
in been hied la the clerk's offlce of the
circuit court of said county, notice ia
j therefore hereby given to the said non-
resident defendant that the complainant ' O
j filed his bill of complaint in said court, 0
on the chancery aide thereof, on the 5
' 27th day of December, 1S1I. and that O
Corn today ..
Tear ago . . .
masquerade ball of
F. Slater's dancinjt
school will be held at
ELKS' HALL, BOCK ISLAND,
FRIDAY EVENING, JAN. 26.
LIVE STOCK MARKET.
Opening of Market
Hogs today 28,000. Left over 4.000.
Five cents higher than yesterday's av
erage. Light 5.606.10. Mixed oMIp
6.30. Heavy 5.&06.35. Rough 5.90
Cattle 12,000. Strong to 10c higher.
Sheep 18,000. , Strong.
Close of Market.
Hogs closed 10c higher than yester
day's average. Light 5.70g6.20. Bulk
C.10aC25. Mixed 5.90C40. Heavv
j5.956.40. Rough 5.95 (6.15.
24' 00u tnereupon a summons Issued out of said
o-T.'..,. I court, wherein said suit Is now pending.
JaJ.OUO returnable on the first Monday in t....
845,000 I month of May next, as Is by law re-
Now, unless you. the said non-resident
defendant above named, Emma
Bousson. shall personally be and appear
before said circuit court, on the first
day of the next term thereof, to be
holden at Rock Island, In and for said
county, on the first Monday In May
next, and plead, answer or demur to the
said complainant's bill of comnlalnt in.
same and the matters and things there- l
In charged and stated will be taken as !
confessea. ana a aecree entered against
you according to the pray- of said bilL
GEORGE W. GAMBLE. Clerk.
Rock Island, 111., Dec. 27. 1911.
II. A. Weld, complainant's solicitor.
COLLECTIONS MADE Hard accounts
ana claims coueciea. w nuara M.
Walker, lawyer. 311 Peoples Bank
building. Phone 14.
IN THE FAMILY CIRCLE
Math's bread is a general fa
vorite, visitors oiten as a, r
"Where do you get this dell- 8
clous bread?" Answer, of R
course, "At Maths." So It Is X
with our pies, cakes, pastry.
Ice creams, patties, fancy
cakes and salted nuts. They
are popular to a surprising de
gree. You'll know the reason
when you taste them.
1716-1718 Second Avenue.
Phone West 150.