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THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS. WISDMSSDAV, Jl'XE 10, 1912.
BY THE COMMITTEE
CHICAGO SNAPSHOTS BY "SAT'
Chicago, June is The temporary
officials for the repuhucan na
tional convent. on, nam"d by
the sub-committee on arianpenunts,
of which Colonel Harry 5. New of In
diana is chairman, are as follows:
Chairman Elihu Root, New York, i
Secretary LaFayette B. Gleason,
Assistant Secretaries C. M. Harger.
Kansas; John L. Moorman, Indiana;
A. W. White, North Carolina; George
L. Hart, Virginia; John H. McNary,
Oregon; H. C. Lindsay, Nebraska;
Horace H. Bancroft, Illinois; John 1
Adams. Iowa; Perry E. Stoddard. New
Hampshire; A. L. Dalrymple, New Jer-Bey.
" Ti'i.-s"" P.arr.es r,f Nm- York is wnrkir.:: ovcrtlr
oi.bly delegates that the republic will fall if T. II.
r.e tryincr to convince
JUDGE DUNNE HAS A
FINE PUBLIC RECORD
jum- '.. Judtte D".r,L",
t and. date for governor of
lias a public r on! that is ati
I: ii a.
ll.'"i"i-t;rir one a r ' ' r rl n pi- t" w r h
Si' I,,, w t:n 1 1 . 11. s !-' m t : r r i and vic-tonoii.-
battles :, behalf o! the oitiz'-i.s
l i';.;:,u"i to i-;n- 'r..:r .-feets from
tlx traction :l'IH Ji.'ll ! a. to secure for
the i t-., r -:as. wa'er and
l'i 'ri( Lj'l.t and to r:e to the- people
'l''i:n, i - -1 1 'Tti im-tit , have mad
1.; nam' well and luvorably Known
01 Introucinrj to Rock Island
People ;i New Product That
Is Gaming Fame.
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from nnp end of the country to the
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ity wth a natiot al interest.
On October 1U, W,;:. Judfje Dunne
was Iktii a Warvill", Conn.
Within a jear his par'nts moved to
I'eoria. II!.. ami here the son spent his
youth arid early manhood.
His father decani" a promiaent cit
iz :i of I'l or.a. s r d as aid' rman scv
eial y at and a - fr one term a nu m
h' r of th" I'liinois I gislat;ir Hcitis a
prosperous husir.ess man, hi- as aide,
wh'n his son was eradnaVJ from Hi"
Ipuidie scliools at I'e'.ria. to send him
'.io th.- world !'aii. is Trinity t oll cc at
I ulliii to t-Dinp."!" education.
' lioin- hi work at Trinity with such
'marked success for three yea's that
1 h.-eaiiie iist honor man of his class.
; ..i.rii- Imtiri" :;"' '"d to v adi'.a t"
it h ii st inci ion at t he close of allot hi r
coll""" iiar. Hut his aini'iton 'iii
ll.a'ikt d h l.iiai.cial r.M iM s suti' T.-d
ly lii., ta'h'T at tic lieu'inninc of th
lfii and d"soia'inij bu..."-s d pres-
Slwli ' t I 7'- S
(!.!..:. d 'or t'.-,t r. a.-on to return
to l'i' r.a. tr ' oih.l; r.ai
. ar it: I i . i ' no
pin Miitii: a Dm " f i a'
e:tic" to :i" ia:al pi
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' la at i 'ha a and in ! v
t. d to t In- I !i nois ha r
i In I a rl ie-l..p "it
fiii n.-l l.iMis a-. .Ii.ii
in- ri;. "f h, i-upl :i!" ' :
ail d -i.i: rci" man I !
Im.lt up a !:itv I : a ' "'"
n-- i .i d l.i - i n. -l". t'.r
w ii iidr. w t , "in i i a ' t i '
ml III; ; 1 o i 1! a
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to mai-.e a ! . rd
ai..l t'-U ',f. , i'- i i '
ir i w . s'-' 1 1 : , i s
.unl aatn in ' : '
the latter . !'!..,
tiic Par a.-socia' .mi
i.ood (invi mm' lit
t. r- pa i s. a t. 1 a
p"t'U..ir oi'i' !i i 1.
short ef th. !.i.l'".-t
cast at th" sarin ' :i:i.
Sergeant-at-Artns William F. Stone,
Assistant Sergeant-at-Arms Edward
P. Thayer, Indiana.
Chief Doorkeeper John J. Hanson,
Chief Usher William B. Austin, Illi
nois. Chief Medical Staff Dr. George C.
Parliamentarian E. L. Lamson,
Official Stenographer M. W. Blum
en berg. Washington, D. C.
Chief Clerk L. G. Heckingcr, New
Chaplains Rev. James F. Galla-
ghan. Chicago; Dean Water T. Sum-
: ner, Illinois; Dr. Joseph Stolz. Illinois;
Rev. John B. Shaw. Illinois; Dr. J.
j Wesley Hill, New York.
j R- ading Clerks William A. Wait,
.Michigan; Otto Bossard. Wisconsin;
Thomas Williamson, Illinois.
Tally Clerks Archibald O. Graham,
Indiana; Henry C. Woouill, Massa
1 Ml'.ed Oil"
1, in Ht.uhi!'
:i: wish ref-ut's-'oti.
ii s-ndv of
'7 w a.- .. luot-
izen notwithstanding his judicial
office, did not disturb his judicial nal
ai.ee. Throughout his career on the
l, nch. he was a worthy example of the
Th. suhjuation of the P.oer repub
lics in the march of liri'ish imperial
ism was equally revolting to him: he
stood 1y lh" side of .John P. Altgeid in
.lending aid and encourasemrnt to "he
victims of that benevolent assimila
tion. It was because he felt the surg
ing tide of Jeffersonian democracy.
In April, "ifvo, after serving 13 years
on the circuit court bench, .Iiide
limine was tl-cted mayor of Chicasio.
I' was sobdy at the call of lh" people
that the judge's sphere of activity in
tio ir i half was transf' rred trom the
bi-nch to the office of mayor of Chi-
i iik". The all important traction ones-i
ti' i, V!S to be settled within the next
t .vo years. The p""p!e chose Dunne
to st-n;,- it for them. How w!l In' s 1-;
tl.-d It for them is a matter of history. I
Ht w as lectec) mayor of Chicago over
He strongest man then in ihe repub- .
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le t.- I
for J '.
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l wa- it.i
.ii ..nd h
; b gtin
ranks. John Ma;
plurality in a
arri'd six mo
nard Harlan, by '
city whicdi had
r.i as bet or" i or
iors. d by
in- d by a
the republican candidate lor pre.-i
i'.- l"i.:o plurality. j
He took hold of the problems with '
viiror and intelligence and he settled i
aniaue of the people of Chi
by fort dug tlie ureat corjiora- !
which had previously occupied I
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r.. d to lilizi
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In th, louts
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th"iu iMnii itii:
a' il cla.-. it t' i
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siiia 1 .i ri "I t..i
nw rs. ! His
eil I'. it
that l i' h v. as
i'- t he "la i aide
M ni.iv F Tuley.
I..- as i:i' a:iw i.i ; war
. : i, .1 Ii li . 'l a :o in
i --7 ' Tie y l a e had
ol w iioni 1 11 are si ill !iv-
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mill p 1 he I'll
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'Mm if ii.ora!:.d.
: MVcr.ee i:-m: h..-
pari is. an
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iiw ays ri fi.sed
.i' -oii . . nt ionai-n.it-
i he s m p'l
tne .oinni'iu life
rests, a'ld are
'n si i Id I hem
ni! a-iires. His in
i'r duiii as a cit-
THE "1900" GRAVITY WASHER
to the ad
the streets of the city without paying
ai'c'piate " nii.eiisa' ion tin letVjr to!
divide their profits upon a basis of o"
p. r cent of the net revenues for the i
ity and 47. per cut for the stockhold-
ers. He thus assured to Ihe city an
annual revenue of more than a million
dollars and moreover brought i' within j
the power of the mm icipality to uiti
n.at.dv control and operate tluse pub- t
Hi m.ii'ies whenever a majority of th"
piop!" shall decide that it is advisable
to do so. '
Wli.ie the settlement of the street
car question was perhap.-, the crownintr
achievement cf Ji.de Dunne's acliv
iiies as iii.iir. ii was no- the only
il iv.fi he aei oinplished for the city. In
det.i. his brief term of two 'ears wa.
I' tu.o!.'il with achievements that have
no parallel in modern municipal his
tory. He secure-, i for Chicago the first en
.'.ling a. t from the state legislature
under which the rate of gs could be
tivd by the city and through the oper
ation of that law he had the price of
nas to consumer red ;eed from one
dollar to $7 per one thousand cubic
.Iud-:e Dunne reorganized the water
d' pnrfiK'tit of the city eif Chicago and
1 placed it upon a sound business basis.
When he became mayor he found lhat
the packers at the stock yards were
of women s oxtords'
Thursday will be dollar day at the M V K, and for one day
and one day only, zvc will sell women's oxjords worth to
S4.50 Jor SI.
. . , , v, v,ovt, Y-nsnnnsp last Thursday that
Our dollar sale ol women s oxioras met, wnu su.ii ncu.lkJ w- - . ,
are going to have another dollar day tomorrow to give everybody a chance to .e waited I on
right We wish to emphasise the fact that every pair of c-xfovds that goes in thi3 dollar sale
rre M & K $ 3to $4.50 values and that means the biggest values to be found at tnese
prices' And, we also call particular attention to the sizes, mostly small in widths offering a
fine opportunity to ladies who flrd it so hard to get A and AA. This is indeed a go de n oppor
tunity to supply your summer shoe needs and at a very small pace. Remember these exforda
are on sale tomorrow, Thursday, fo rone day and one day only.
worth $3 to $4-50
worth $3 to $4 50
For Man,V6man & Child
the jude entered the city hall the
tieasurv was bankrupt. When he ieft
il the 'trtasi'.rv held $l,on".'"'n cash
surplus. How did he achieve
t. , i, ml . mi r suit ? By forMni:
of parasites that had for years fatten.-.!
upon public contracts to main
tain relations with th. (ity that were
based upon the principle of honesty.
Wi.uld not so honest and incorrupti
ble a j .ds", s-o energet ar.d efficient
a mayor, make a governor fearless
nouKh and aide enough io restore the
honor and ood name of Illinois?
TO BECOME TEACHERS
who took the examinations are:
Anna Renin. Uo k Island; Julia M.
Kelley, I.e Clair-: Jennie M. Keliey,
lhat as- '-e 1 laire; .Minima .himiu,
I w n: i- I- I - 1.. -.,.H,m- Ir.rtlH
the amiy I "o.ne r.. r.umii, ........... ..v..-..
i Kdwards, Moline: Miiinie .n. nson,
! Milan: Peitha McConnell, Hillsdale;
Dorothy hainiicn, ornova; (.race
Perrett, Mflile; I.eomi G. Ilape
boeck. Port Pyi-on; I-elah V. rnder
v. ood. Monmouth; Anna Hranber,
Coal Valley: Mabel .lohnaon.
tHdtfe: Hone Haves. Andalusia; Nel
lie Uroh. I'ort Hyron; Ilosa M. Fell-'
mer. Hillsdale; Rose Coidman, Rock j
Island: Daisy Sinimons, Rock Island;
I.ois K. ilub'T, Rock Island : .Mary ;
Fitzoati ie k. Milan : Ruth Roller. I. !
Frederick J. Hartsch . .
Miss Maybelle Johnson
Miss Knt ha lioltoii ....
. . Rock Island.
. .Rock Island.
. . . .Kcw anee.
Miss I.aurine Fitzsimmons .....Milan.,
Harry F. Ellis Moline-. j
Miss Kdna I. Anderson ...Rock Island. ,
Gaines G. I.'einberton Sears.
Miss Sarah A. Pa'e Sears.
Arnold G. I'etrie New Windsor.
. IPreckenridiie ...Moline.
Kester Rock Island.
Miss Ethel Hastings Ro k Island.
l .i.oui . van-
I William H
of household Roods at the Rock
Island Auction House, 25 IS
Fifth avenue, Thursday, Juno
(i, at 1 : P- m.
H. HEDRICK, Auctioneer.
It Is not wealth or nncesrry. but hnn-
oMble conduct unil n nobie disposition.
Claire; Helen K. Wray. W"-"; ! ,u'at inaLe ni.-n iireaL-Ovld
SCHMIDT & ROBINSON
Warm Air Heating Ilantn are a
guarantee of economy, health anil
comfort. Irf-t us ta'k it over with yu.
SIS Twenty-first St. Phone W lJKEi
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Twenty-one young ladies this af
ternoon completed a series of exam
inations taken at the court house un
pen. n-- .water at the fat rate of four ! der the supervision of County Sup
cuts;.' r one thousand jailors and that ' erintendent of Schools S.J. F(r?uson
the other two million inhabitants paid ' and these w hose grades are passable
wul be given
Emma Danner. Illinois
I.undeen. Rock Island;
Saekville, Coal Valley.
City; Erna I
Maude E. i
rates varying from six to ten cents.
Licensed to Wed.
John C. Schmidt Moline.
Miss Marie Zeller Hillsdale.
Waller Prundle Maquoketa.
The easiest runn!r.; washinp marrir.e e.n the
tlon, Watfs the lirest fabrie mithcut liar.i.s.
era. Abaoliitcly guaranteed.
fiffen . Mvers & Comn&r?
ts all oiL;-
The small' r consumer paid the higher J
price. Judge Dunne insisted that i
'here be passed an ordinance fiximr :
ihe rate at the uniform rate of seven j
cents per one thousand gallons for j
nit ITir.Ctim.irC f, f Uotar oftnr W I
j city council had acted favorably upon '
his recommendation and the city had'
readjusted its water business of the I
ne.v net price, it quickly became ap- j
parent that not only did the smaiW I
consumer make an appreciable sav- j
frig but that the city's revenue from its
water system as larger than ever
He instituted for the f.rst time the
system of hiving the city represented
; before the board of assessors and the
I board of review and through effrrts ;
i of the staff attached to the city 1
derartment dug up millions of bark i
i "axes which had been surreptitiously'
i withheld by weal'hy tax dodgers. From I
'this srurce alone the city treasury!
cained between $3xV,C"K and Sl,0'i.-
Judge Dunr.e secured needed ir. i
creases in pay for f.reme-. and police- j
men and for the army of laborers em
I loved upon the public works of Chi
i Judze Dunne kept his finger upon
' the financial pulse of th city govern
jtuecl fiimly acd Cuausuoiio'y. When
them to teach in this county. Those j Mrs. Rosa Hendrickson . . . Maquoketa.
Cleans them all clean
Fans! Fans!! Fans!!!
that Destroy the Enamel on Your Fiztnres
a T rtlAl Tike i ox. or V cf our 5c Rnb-No-More Wash
IGSC tHiW m. IriR Powder, sprinkle in bowl, and rub min
or email mop. If bowl is unusually dirty, ute more.
fm1 TTi rx Cin Prinl',e Rub-No-Kore WashlnR Powder
1 U 13 Ut UtliMlI on net rag; clean. rins and see rebU-'-i. Rab
JbO-More cleans ir.d dialnfects without ir jury to fixtures.
Try It. 6c a package at all grocers.
THE RUB-NO-MORE COMPANY, Pert Wayce. !d.
An electric fan is inezprcsive cocts less tha. 1 cent
an hour to use.
Don t wait until you are "sizzling" in July. May was
only a warning of how hot it will be thi3 summer.
Call West 2 SO.
Electric Construction S Machinery Co.
1622 Second Aver.u;