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THE ROCK ISLAND ATCGUS. THURSDAY, JUNK 27, 1912.
HEARING THE END
Former Chicago Labor Czar
Fighting Last Battle, With
HIDDEN FROM OLD CROWD
Ix-Hr.l KiiUt of I ri'on Organisa
tions I mtii to the Country
! I'.is j.t Mays.
Mann B. ("Sninr.y
f: ' t.i' a:-'), .:-La-,
ir many a lat.o
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lar cn'i'iT V now
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Mai! n. former
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f j rr. -i ai ! a .ar:n if
'o :t d'.h Jr'M,:.-'. ;s
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i Kir ! ' ' i ;rf ual'.y
! - a ! i! ' he "lait !i
to ni !,y !,.:n in the
,'i' .-i !I: bin s; cc'acii-
xa'-'ly l,-r- h-
Ik ant.ot last lor.c.
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Ie never v. irili !.
itr.t i i i
Whin he l'f' t'.i
t It r-- months fiito he
old rn'iin it; tin- (,r
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III. 'if 1,1- fr. !. !-
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. in'T fi" la
1 to his
It..' A '
r. co lonn
! arcus'omed to sit !n a barroom and
J spend his money lavishly on drinks
j he could not break away from the j
I habit. j
When he became eo ill he could J
hardly walk alone Madden was induced
'o eo out to a quiet place in the coun- j
'ry where he would be away from "the
cane" and Fpc-nd his last daytj in com- :
para'ive peacp. He knew "the pan?" I
wr.iiid follow if the members knew his
hidinr i'lac and if he had any monoy
fo fj.er.il, so the story wan circulated
that he was oer in Michicar..
While Madden had lost much of
his pf,wer in thf lawinr unions in th" .
last 'ar or two. he has al-vavs bf-en 1
recr,sn.;:-.l as 'he most skilif .il and '
mofi i.n -c r iiiiif'iis labor W-a-ler ii
the ci'v. He could brine warrine fac
tions together, wh'n that suited his
; 'irtoi(-, h "cr than any other man. rr
when l.r- rh-otj. to create dissension he i
eo .id !o ir bv a crook of his fn?er. i
I IIMI'MII.I) Til l'Hh.
Madden often has been compared
:o the late Fani Parks of New York, :
and. whii. the latter died of tubercu
losis in prison p.t Sin Sine. Tadden's
friiniis i.'iv that he at least ,!; di-'
oi.'sid., p-ison a!'.s. I' is tni a num
ber r.t itn'.K mc:ts ptiil stitid acain.t
him in the rrinvna! court for conspir
ni v and liiackmail. but his friends say
'ie::'h w'.i'. h"at the state's a''orr.cy
'Xu tha: Madden ni'I not aeain !' r
f? ii! red to stand trial before a Jury.
To- u n'imb. r of years Madlen a
an at, oli:te autccrT in the labor
hi 'ope r-or.frollir.e both the T'.ui'.dinc
Trad.-i-' f'outiCi! and the Chicago K-d-
ratioti ' Labor No r:an could be
! ct- d to any oHc;::l f ii.n unl-.-s
:.- was af-ce;, table to the ho As
' p'-ai's for ,f;r-- f.rst went to Maiden
mil if h" tohl th-rc th'y co ild not be
.'(r' l! th"S(, who knew the cair.o
-Willi, I re':re.
Th rr, wr-re n'wnys some who de
f (! him and ran for office anyway, but
hey tievr were elerted They miht
let enoueh votes, buT Madden always
snw to it that h" named the Judges
arid i lerks of election His ;,h loo;.hy
in l.cri"i!s was. "'iiv.- n.e 'he judges
ai"! cb-rks and I don t care how y ou
Burlington, Iowa. A few days a;o
Will Quelle of Davenport, on a visit I
to his parents in this city, hroVe his
arm. Yesterday his l"-year-ol i son,
Fred, fell off a fence and broke his
Ironwcod, Mich. M. A. Fitzsim- ;
mors, cashier of the Bank of Iron- j
wood, which recently closed its dcors,
was arrested laft night charged with
the embezzlement of $23, 0"". Bail in
$ 1 ","! was accepted.
Lo? Ar.zeles. D. K. Reynolds, once
a member of the ci'y council cf Cleve
land. Ohio, was sentenced to five years
in San Quemin prison yesterday for
passing a bad check. It was Rey
nolds' j econd offense.
Philadelphia. Thomas Powlir.c. a
policeman, was shot and killed h're
by Herbert Johnson. Is years eld. who
was about to be arrested. The shoot
ir.c occurred in a pawnshop where
Johnson was trying to pawn jewelry
which the police- say had bern stolen.
Liverpool Captain A. H. Rostron of
the Carpathia was presented by the
ci'y of Uverpool Wednesday with a
po'.d medal and an illuminated address
of thanks for his work in rescuing the
survivors of the Titanic disaster.
Ottawa. The Cith annual conven
tion of the American Library r.ssoria
tion opened here Wednesday. A spec
ial train from Toronto, Huffalo. Chica
ro and other western points brought
I.-orden. General Ilnoth. head of the
' Salvation army, :n the course of an
,iiiTervh -v Wednesday said: "I am s'ill
ho) in to co to America and Canada."
ftenenl F.ooth is now recovering from
a recent operation, although he is in
1 London. Nicholas P. Arnstrin was
hrourtht uu at How street poiiee court
j We dnesday on an extradition w arrant
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Daily United 5tates Weather Map
' .-fo- '-tS e - U. S. Department of Agriculture.
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For cifht years the Stodlard
' Dayton factory has been building
For eight years these cars have
been giving extraordinary service
to their owners.
For eight Years thev have been
building up a reputation which has spread
until nil motorists acknowledge the excel
lence of the Stoddard-Dayton product.
The fact that these cars are graceful in line,
splendidly finished and appointed, roomy and
comfortable, and meeting all service demands,
A "Savoy" carryir.c; sx men
went up a steep hill on h:j,v
pear, at a rprcd of 25 miles an
hour. Several times the car was
throttled down until it almost
stopped, and each time picked
up full speed ajain withou;
and yet sell from $S00 to $1000
lessthan other cars in their class, is
now being generally appreciated.
Their lower price is due to lower
overhead expenses, economical
administration and a policy of
An v price you pay (more than you need to
pay for a car that will do all you require of it) is
wasteful expenditure. You can pay upwards
of $4000 for a car that will do no more for you
than this Stoddard-Dayton "Savoy" which
costs only $H50.
The "Savoy" motor is quiet, powerful, flexible
The "Savoy" motor does its work not only
''efficiently but quietly. You can pa' several
thousand dollars for a car and not secure a
motor that will run noticeably
quieter. When the car is standing
still you often have to put your
hand on the hood to "feel" whether
the motor is running or not.
You can pet out and walk be
fciJe the "Savoy"w hile the pear
13 in "high" and throttled down
close. This you can do not only
nn smooth roads but on cobble
Ask your motorin:? friend if their cars will stand such
tests as these. Come in and see the "Savoy." Ride in it
while we put it to these tests and nny other tests yon wish.
Arrange an appointment today now, Theres no obligation
attaelu-d to this we are alwuys glad to demon
strate these cart to anyone at
The "Savoy" equipment includes
magneto, Q. 1. Rims, t.p anil top
loot, nicliL-1 plated trimmings, Ras
tank and five lamps, 33 x 4 tires.
Wheolehase 112 inc hes, cylinders 4x4 J.
We also havethe "Savoy" in a two
passenger compurtciciit roadster for
United StatesMotor Co.
West 61st St, Ne .York
SCOTT COUNTY MERCANTILE
CO.. DAVENPORT. IOWA. .
Fi:K-.sr km: hock island, davkmdkt, mi.ik ami vki"itv.
Centrally fair tciiipht and Friday. Warmer tonight. Light easterly to southerly winds.
The Wf.-t.-rn area of ;. a pr.'ssurc
ovi-rli.'S ii,. t.-int -r from Mi.' Cana
dian not tl: i-t lo I i..- . ! ,-rii pi.!', a.l
HH'f .ot.i. v. if h i.'i., ).-.r.-a' m ii. iron,.'' ri"
il. prest..ou over so rluin Sasi ati h--an.
Thin 1'; url .me,, has !,.mi at
tendod by showers on tl-.. n :rth lu itic
coat and li. N'i w Mcvu o and sr. rn
"oara,l.. ar.l b r.Miip tnp. ratur. s
in th up r M .ssouri va'.'.i v and oil
the eastern Kucky nioutituin s'.ope. The
sure w hich ig over the cast gulf coast
has been attended by t-howers in Hie
tern'ory from the lower Mississippi
alley to the tniilille Atlantic states.
A rainfall of 1 74 inches ib reported
from A'lantic City. lliph pressures
anj cool temperatures prevail from
the upper Mississippi valley and 'he
upper lakes to New England. This
distribution of air pr ssure will be
uoenmj anied by Renera'ly fair weath
er in this vlcinitv tonight and Fri-
southern area of moderately 0w pres-jday, with warmer tonight.
Are You Nervous?
What makes you ner-ous? It is the weakness of your
womanly constitution, which cannot stand the stiain of the
hard work ou do. As a result, you break down, and ruin
your entire nervous system. Don't keep this up! Take
Cardul, the woman's tonic. Cardui is made from purely
vegetable ingredients. It acts gently on the womanly organs,
J and helps them to do their proper work. It relieves pain
and restores health, in a natural manner, by going to the
source of the trouble and building up the bodily strength,
TAKE tl .
ARDU 1 Woman'sTonic
Mrs. Grace Former, of Man, W. Va., took CarduL
This is what she says about it: "I was so weak and
nervous, I could not bear to have anyone near me. 1 had
i fainting spells, and I lost flesh every day. The first dose
of Cardui helped me. Now, I am entirely cured of the
fainting spells, and I cannot say enough for Cardui, for I
know it saved my life." It is the best tonic for women.
Do you suffer from any of the pains peculiar to women?
Take Cardui. It will help you. Ask your drupgisL
Wrttt to.- VtSc' Adviaorj DcC Omtanoon Medicine Co.. Outuaooca. Troa
lor ferehW JwftacttMM. aad -tt book. "Horn Treatment lor U'omcn." cct tree. J SO
i j wwww ii ". . v yaa'yw
H:;b. Low. Prep.
Afiantic City vi i',', 174
B.i.-ton s fi .O'l
liuffalo i ."4 .o'i '
Hock Is".a::d ........ !2 Oi .'VI
Iienver n .",0 .'0
.lackt-onvillp V4 72 .u"i
Kansas City s, 72 .""i
New Orl ins sf. 74 .no
New York 4 f'
Norfolk 2 7'i ."S
Phoenix P-4 7
! St. Louis s: i .no
St. Taul .i ii .(Vi
j San I;i-co 7" On .!
: San Francisco r,; hi .""i
iSeartl. f.u ,r,,i .7
Washincton '; .72
Winnipee !4 04 .i
Y liow stone Park .. . 43 ,0'i
Flood. He:cht. Ctng
Paul 14 2 2 '".3
Red Wins 14 2.S 0.1
Reed's I-andir.g ...12 2 7 m.i
-.1 Crosse 12 :i.5 ft.l
Prairie du Chien ...! 3 C "1
Dubuque 1 4.3 " 1
1 Claire p. 13 o.l
Rock Island 15 3.7 0.2
I RIVER FORECAST.
A falline leniency in the Mississippi
will continue from below Dubuque to
and remanded by the ma-'itra'e until j
-I i : 1 2. He as arretted at the request J
of i he- New York police on the all ga-
linn that lie had embezzled $r,c,,n,ii. j
Montreal. --As a result of disagree-;
I'.i.ts an.-ir.i; in trie management of
th. garment workers' s'riko here, in
"liieh ii,' "ii are involved, a number cf
finking op raMves left the I'liited
(iarment Worl.er-s of America to join
Canadian I'Jarmeiii Workers' union.
They will uo batk lo work.
Today's Market Quotations
news all the time The
u Min i u n
IU I II UL 11111 II
IIT SILL COST
A Simple Remedy Beautifies
the Hair. Cures Dandruff,
Stops Falling Hair
Rv w ire (mm K W . Wnu
HiHhi. I i nvi.-l.jii. stocks and ( nltull
I.oi-;ii t!i ea al lint k it-lanil liuiih-- K'i' k ;
!iand. Ill- fl.ieauo :!" a -'j'j-1 "".
llnarJ of Tiaile. i-o. al icl ptionei.. No.
Wi-t o'iJ.) i
fiOARD OF TRADE TRANSACTION.
July. 1"7-V Tl". 1 '". VO7.
September, 1"4. I'";5!,. 1"4. P'.".7, j
Dec tmlier. P'U7,. 1 "', ' a. 1 " I
le c-mbt r.
July. 4 .
S ptemli. r
What a pity it 13 to see so msny
perple with thin, wispy hair, faded or
streaked with pray, and realize that
' m st of thebo p-eople mifcrht have soft,
gloscv, abundant hair of be&uiiful color
'and lustre if they would but use the
proper treatment. There is no neces-
J.ily, l" -2.
Juiy. p' 47.
4:. 4'; ,. 4'..
4'.',. 41. 4
1" 7. 1" 2.
11 11. "7.
1" 47. 1" 47.
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To IjlBt 1-1 lit
day. Week. Year
Minneapolis :'. 117 M
Duluih :n IT :."
Willt.ipe-; 212 1 .'...
Primal y Movement.
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L.E STOCK MARKET.
Opening cf Market.
Ib is 21. - '. rdia '. low i ; ,-!
r.li:;. Lit,!:' 7 "".'( 7 mix.-'i
7 ." '. ti-a,..' T.n.'ifj 7."n, loi.ih
J. M. SHETRIER, Local Forecaster.
1 Rneumitlim Relieved tn a Ve Hours
N. B. Lanpiey. Madison. Wis. save:
i "I u almost helpless with rheuma-
THE GRAIN MARKET
Chicago Caih Grain.
Whfat No 2 r "'t 111',
p'Hfjll". No. 2 h P'7f.'ll
h n f.,i 'o. 1
of aje, and there is no excuse for any-: o. 2 r,s 112j ill. No. 5
one, young or old, havinpr thin, Strang- No 2 s V'n IK.. No. U s
iin r.air, eimer iun oi cancruu or
heavy and riJik 6mfcliing with ex
Ce? ive oil.
You can bring tack the natural color
cf your h:r ia a few day3 ar.d forc-r
r. yourself cf ary dar.Jru:! ar.d Itcec
hi.:r.i, and mlie your hair prow strong. yCl
ar t ixautiSul by usir.jf Wyetn s -cre
1)5 1! i'l 111.
ns. piT'-i 114.
10 If? 113. No.
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Ca'ile ;t. a-!
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7 ''. ' 7 i".
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Yi .'k' i s
:r lla.r I.mtrcv. tcr pcr.er-
ati-.T.a common parden Sa?e has been
f t rn No
7f. No. 2 y -r.-i. -
. No. 3 w 7r,47-7
Tr -rr. n 4 r v . u 71
'. 'Tt 74 -4
Oats- N-, 2 w S3-;
"1 'i liZ, No. 4 w C
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;. 4- W
t IZ, ttani.
used if r restonr.z and rreservm? the J"
1 tiem for abou: five months. Had It Id i color cf the hair; ar.d Su'phur is recc- I
: m neck so . could not turn m; head i r.iz.-d l y fcci
'c-xeii-ent f r
ecr: p troubles,
i Ii you are troubled with danrof!
jtci.irg fccip, cr if your tx.ir is
Z it3 coit,r cr corr.ir.g out, get a
e ci yct."j s atre and
bull: 7 :
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the quotations m ttK
I'. S. Steel preferred ...
C. S. Steel ( ommon . . . .
Nor' h western
New York Central ....
Mi.-M in i Pa ifh:
'' ! i i lo Fuel & iron . .
'. . i pari I'u:
Ill tioin c r.'ral
P inis-yl-. an. a
Ch' ' :; ake d- tlhio . . .
l'-i.H)n Paii'l Tra':h;t
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I o. ornoti-, e
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LOCAL MARKET CONDITIONS.
2" 7 W:r1 ': i.
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Close of Market.
:r.r ; d ak. I.lsht
7 4". tr. x 1 7 '..". 1
r, 'i 7 4.".
3o. f. avy
and all through my body. I tried three
doctors ar.d many remedies without
: acy relief sb&tever unt l I procured
Dr. Dtchor.' Relief for Rheuxnatisra
; In a few hours the pain was relitvej f.fty cett be
jaxd In three days the rheumatism was j Suiphur from yo-r drrgii t, ar.d no
comDletely cured and I was at work.
8old by Otto Grotjan. 1501 Second ave-
aue. Rock Island: Gu.: Schlegel ic Sen.
'l2J West Second street. Dampon.
p fcpc-cia-iits as beir.p : What c;m !s lower, c.cs-.d
treatment cf Lair ar.d to 7 lower
lorn opr..d licchans-tu : t.-s' -1 '
Chicago E'.imat:s Tomorro-.v.
the L-r.provcn-.er.t in tLe srparir.ce cf o t3 iO Li'tsr
your Lair afur a fow days treatr.r.t ; Chiuago Receipts. j
Special airents. liarper Kouie fhar-! ToUay. Coatrac'
macv. iita S-. ind 2i-d Are. i Wht-ai 12 ci New-
Veitirr. Live Stock.
lic'n. ."attie. Stw-p
Kar.i-as fit;. 7,"'i0 3.'.''0 4.3'i'i
f:ii-::.a 1 l.J-.'i 2.'i".'i
Estimatoj Chicago Tomorrow.
HC2S. Cattie. Hheep
17, ';.) 200 7K.O
.line 27. Fo!!o-Airi! ar the wboK
Ha!.? quotations on ibo local tnarkel
lv tir r - Lairy, 27sic; i rtaniery, 30
to 3 ;r .
'Anl', i. 11.40 to tl.CO
CloTtf ba7. $1',
Cabi.aso. 3c pOur.'l.
Feed and Fuel.
Oats, .''"c to 57c
Fo: iKe Tiim.thy hay, J23 to $23.
Win; hay. $20 to $2i
Cr, rn. 7( c to 72c
Coal Lump, per biibbel, 15c: alack.
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