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THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS, SATURDAY, AUGUST 17, 191
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AID TAFT CAMPAIGN
Turner Celebrate). All arrange
ments have been made and everything
Is la readlnees for the diamond jubi
lee celebration of the DaTenport Turn
gemeinde a: Suburban Island, Sunday,
Invitations have been sent out to all j
of the Iowa and Illinois Turner soci- I
eties and a large attendance is eipect- j
edon the day that Is to commemor
ate the foundmg of the society In Dav
enport 60 years ago. There will be
many Interesting attractions at the
jubilee. In addition to the speaking ;
program. Including the addresses of j
Mayor Mueller, there will be various
athletic events and a concert by a
Trass chorus composed of the mem
bers of the Trl-City German singing
Death Accidental. "Accidental
death," was the verdict rendered by
the coroner's Jury at the Inquest held
over the body of Theodore Hohenber
ry, who was run over by an engine
Wednesday mornini? at Nahant. The
witnesses were Albert Stuernacel.
Frank Hchesfr. H. S. Calkins and H.
LewlRfleld. Those on the jury were
A. K. Fahrner, Christ Niemand and
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ow n members but to the great mass i
of the independent voters of the coun- j
New Orleans Item The new party
aspires to be a national party. It had
to take the position that it is a white
man's party in the south.
Knoxville (Tenn.) Sentinel The
policy proclaimed by the former presi-
! dent is the most hopeful thing about
j the third party as far as the south is
concerned. It offers the possibility of
a genuine opposition party In the
south. The republican party has been (appreciable damage
a sectional party because Its attitude
toward the negro in the south cut it
off from the south. If the progressive
party succeeds in driving the republi-
Fire in Factory, An alarm of fire
from the Mutual Wheel works routed
the department out yesterday. Shav
ings stored In a room adjoining the
boiler room were found to be ablaze
by one of the employes at the plant,
and the fire had gained considerable
headway before being discovered.
Luckily the storage room is fireproof,
so the flames were subdued without
Aged Man Hurt. John Johnson of
1155 Twelfth avenue was seriously in
jured Thursday afternoon in a fall
The majority of exhibitors are local
Velie Picnic Close to 3,000 Velie
employes and members of their fam
ilies had the annual "time of their
lives" at Campbell's island Thursday,
the occasion being the big picnic and
outing of that firm for its faithful
workers. Nine efficient committees
had provided an entertainment of more
than ordinary merit, including games,
baseball, races, music and moving
Obituary Record. Summons of death
came suddenly to Mrs. Peter Gustaf
son of 306 Third avenue yesterday.
She suffered a stroke of paralysis ear
ly Thursday morning and another Fri
day morning. Albertlna Oakleaf was
born in Sweden Feb. 28, 1S55, and was
married there to Peter Gustafson.
Twenty-seven years ago they came to
the Vnited Strtes, settling in this
state, during much of the period resid
ing in this city. Besides the husband
three sons and one daughter are left
bereaved of a devoted and affectionate
wife and mother. They are C. A., E.
T., Martin, and Ollia.
can party from the field it will be , from a step-ladder at his home. Mr.
largely because it ia a national party
and can hope to carry southern states,
if not this year, four years from now.
Mobile (Ala.) Register He would
have his party devote itself to the
workingman, to the farmer, to wom
en, to the cost of living and nearly
everything except the southern blacks,
who are to be permitted to work out
I. Mabel Boardman. their salvation under the curse of
jTaftism a cruel verdict, if all that
Mif 3 Mabel Boardman. preside nt of j Mr. Roosevelt says of republican polit
the International Red Cross society, ! leal conditions in the south is true,
is to be chief of the advisory com- j
mittee of the National Women's Re- Wilmington (Del.) Gazette How
oublican association, a Taft orpaniza- v.-Ill their negrcs vote at the Novem-
Asks Divorce. Suit for a decree of ! t!on Tn.y say they can put up Juat-t"r e!."r:cn? Heretofore they have
ilvorce has been entered in the dis- lag ny, 0f a fignt as the bull moose toted solidly for the republican party,
trict court by Attorneys Sharon & j women. Elaborate offices will be open-j and the split in that party this year
Hlgglns In behalf of Mrs. Anna Car- BOon ln ;ew yort an(j missionary 'was attended by a marked division
stens against her husband. H. C. Car worj rjjat extend to every state f the negro vote between the two
tens. The plaintiff claims they were (lQ tne union will be directed fromlwlnK8. Now Mr. Roosevelt has driven
married In July. 1907, and that since ;,here the negroes away from his faction of
then the conduct or her husband has
been such as to endanger her life. She
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alleges cruelty and
Will Not Depart. That the Greek
family Arigelikis, whom Immigration
Commissioner Whitfield took from
Davenport last Saturday night, is not
to b deported and will be sent back
to Davenport at once, was the deci
sion handed down by Assistant Sec
retary Cable of the department of
commerce and labor. Justice Phil
was largely through his efforts that
i the Immigration commissioner and
the Greek family were halted in New j democratic party?
York until a hearing could be secured.
The deportation proceedings were In
stigated by enemies of the Angelikls
family in Davenport. Information was
the old republican party. Will these
spurned negroes return to the republi
can party or w-ill they incline to try
ing their political fortunes with the
sent to the iminif ration authorities
by local Greeks that the family were
liable to become public charges. Last
Saturday night Commissioner Whit
man left with them for Washington.
Daum. assisted by Attorney Frank ' Attorneys Daum and Congressman
Cooper, bad charge of the Greek's j Pepper at Chicago succeeded in
case. Introducing evidence to show
that the grounds for deportation were
flimsy and insufficient. After hearing
the plea of the Davenport attorneys.
Secretary Cable concluded to allow
the Grevk family to remain here.
Congressman I. S. Pepper has taken
an active interest in the case and it
having Secretary Cable call a halt on
the deportation proceedings. Tele
grams protesting against the deporta
tion were sent to Washington siuned
by County Attorney Fred Vollmer,
Mayor Alfred Mueller, Chief of Police
Hans Schramm, Police Captain Phe
lan, and Police Magistrate Roddewig.
Florida Times-Union The bull
moose party makes no two new depar
tures when it 6huts the negroes of the
south out of .its convention and per
mits the negroes of the north to parti
cipate. It is a new thing for a party
to openly discriminate against a man
In the matter of political rights on ac
count of his color. It is also new to
proclaim that a voter has rights if he
lives in one state which he cannot ex
ercise if he lives in another. Of
Johnson broke his left shoulder bone
and sprained his left hip and sustain
ed body bruises. He is S2 years old,
and for a man of his age the injuries
are considered dangerous. Mr. John
son was picking crabapples at the time
of the accident and he fell a distance
of 10 feet.
Head Cut. Julius Christ of Sears,
employed by the People's Pow er com
pany, was injured yesterday when a
wnenkey wrench fell from the top of a
pole at the foot of Fifteenth street,
striking him on the head. Christ was
on the ground at the time. A gash
nearly two inches long was cut.
Silver Anniversary. Members of
the Svea Male chorus, a singing or
ganization which has done much to
spread the fame of Moline, will cele
brate their 25th anniversary at the
Watch Tower Wednesday evening,
Aug. 28. A banquet will be served at
8 o'clock. An interesting program has
been arranged to follow the banquet,
the chorus to contribute singing num
bers. E. W. Olson, formerly of Chi
cago, will serve as toastmaster, and
speakers will be E. A. Gustafson of
Rock Island and Rev. W. E. Pearson
of this city. Mr. Gustafson will speak
in Swedish, giving a history of the
Svea chorus, and Mr. Pearson's ad
dress will be in the English language.
Below Standard. Three ice cream
manufacturers G. W. Shortess of
Rock Island, the Davenport Ice Cream
company and l.armore & Co., both of
course the w hole thing is a bid for I Davenport, will be summoned to ap-
Roosevelt and the Negro
Leading newspapers of the south lence in numbers, and the more pro
are at variance In their comments on jgresbive negrots In the north are not
the progressive party's attitude to I weighed down by an immeube mass of
ward the southern negro as opposed to
the negro in the north. Some of the
editors bitterly assail an attitude that
places the northern negro above his
brother In the south, others see hope
In the stand; still others are await
ing results. Some editorial com
ments are as follows:
Shreveport, (La.) Times The col
onel has fooled nobody in this part of
the country. His bid for southern sup
pc rt is about as cheap a piece of dem
agogism as the country has witnessed
In 40 years.
Montgomery (Ala.) Advertise!- It Is
true that the policy of Imposing north
ern ideas cn routhern states can no
longer be successful, and Its aban-
lgnorant negroes, as are the more pro
gressive negroes of the south. As a
matter of fact, the leaders of the ne
groes In the south are perhaps au-
: pe-'cr in education, cnmirnn sense
and pracl cal experience to the ne
! it of the north.
i Baltimore Sun The third president
ial candidate of importance Is in .the
field and the third party is a fact.
Whether it will be a fact longer than
this campaign remains to be seen, but
for the next few months it will cer
tainly be In the running, as far as the
regular republican organization Is con
cerned, at least. The history of third
southern democratic votes. And this
is again a new departure. Even in
seeking votes men generally pretend
to advocate fixed principles. We do
not remember when announcement
was ever made before: "I favor this
in one part of the country because I
: think I can gain votes there bv favor-
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lift ii, uij i uinnjatr 11 in anoiner part
because in that part I think I will gain
votes by opposing it." While we do
not think he will gain votes anywhere
by this straddle, we admit we are not
sure. He would not get any votes at
all outside of the toughest cowboy
class If he didn't have his supporters
hypnotized. We can't say how many
men he has hypnotized and we can't
be sure what a hynotlzed man will do.
Louisville (Ky.) Times South of
the Roosevelt and Dixon line no cul
lud friend and brother can be a pro
gressive. North of it he is as good a
progressive as is now or that may
hereafter be numbered In the ranks
that follow the bandanna flag. The
reason assigned is lengthy, laborious
and not illuminating. It exists be
cause the colonel says It must. For
I further Information see letter to Jul-
parties does not encourage the belief j lan Harris, whose father Immortaliz
that both the republican organization led the tar baby, as the southern rul-
rtonruent means less political friction and the Roosevelt organization can lud friend and brother may now re
in the south between the two races. In long survive tne .November election, i call
the south the thinking white man One of them will be swallowed up by
knows that the third-term candidate's 'the other. Which will do the swallow
attempt to draw the line between the jlng will depend mainly on the result
northern r.ro and the southern ne- j In November. Although the test of ev
gro, because the northern negro Is a jery primary election has been against
better citizen, is mere buncombe. The i Mr. Taft, and Colonel Roosevelt seems
only difference between the negro of stronger with the republican rank and
the north and the south Is a differ- j 'he file than the president. It is too
The board of trustees of the Univer
sity of Illinois at a recent meeting
authorized three new professorships in
the college of agriculture. These are
as follows: A professorship in land
scape art, in animal pathology, and in
dairy husbandry. The appointment of
an associate and an instructor in land
scape art was also authorized. Last
year a department of forestry was cre
ated, but the chair was not filled at
Bethel Stewart Pickett, an old Illi
nois graduate student and assistant-
has resigned his position as head of
the department it horticulture at the
New Hampshire Agricultural college
to become assistant professor of po
mology at the University of Illinois.
He brings an assistant with him from
New Hampshire, J. J. Gardner, who
w-ill be an instructor in pomology.
Dr. John Detlefson, formerly of Har
vard and of the Bussey Institution,
will be assistant professor in the new
I division of genetics in the animal hus
bandry department. Dr. Walter E.
Joseph of the South Dakota Agricul
tural college will be an instructor in
animal husbandry, and W. A. Place of
Ohio State university will be an as
sistant In animal husbandry. Among
the appointments in departments al
lied to agriculture are those of Henry
C. P. Weber of the United States bu
reau of standards as associate In
chemistry, and Otta Rahn. formerly
of the agricultural experiment station
at Halle, Germany, and of the Massa
chusetts Agricultural college as as
sistant professor of bacteriology.
No more will the headstrong fresh
man In the college of agriculture
choose part of his work in engineer
ing, part in law, and part in Roman
bistory. Beginning with September,
1912, all the freshmen will take the
same work, and the faculty will pick
the course. Likewise the sophomore
w ill have part of his work prescribed.
Rut the junior and senior, bv this
on the road. H. S. Random of tho time grown wise and docile, may elect
Ransom Printing company has had 'and specialize to his heart's content,
served a w rit of attachment on the ; The new University of Illinois bulle
main tent in the hope of recovering ; tin, No. 37, tells all about these new
on a printing bill of $lu3. Mauufac- j courses. A copy may be obtained by
turers of the tent in Kansas City have I addressing the registrar of the univer
wlred Peek & Dictz to "hold the tentjfity, Urbana, III.
for them." The boss on the grounds i
asserts that the flunkies have received ! Instruction in the college of agricul
no pay since coming to Moline and jture for the new year will begin Sept.
the heads of the company cannot be 18. but all students must be present
found. At a meeting of the Retail J Sept. 16 or 17 to register. Entrance
Merchants' association it was di-cided i examinations for those who are not
to open the exposition as had been ad
vertised, charging no general admis
sion. William Carstens of the associa
tion said: "Members of the Globe
Traveling Exposition company misrep
resented things to us. We were told
that at least 75 outside concerns, such
as Armour & Co., International Har-
pear before Justice Wheelock to an
swer to a charge of selling ice cdeam
below the standard required by ord
inance. Shortess and the Davenport
Ice Cream company were arrested once
beore this summer on similar charges
and they were fint-d $10 and costs
each, and appeals were taken to the
Hits the Rocks. To all appearances
the Globe Traveling Exposition com
pany of Chicago has finished its trip
SHE GAVE UP
Phvsklans Failed To Help Mrs.!trc,ln thre progressives by hi. Pro-
V. r. . ri. r-, ii r j i fuse nd glittering promises. While
ureen, dux sne nnaiij ruunu
Relief in CarduL
underestimate the Roosevelt move
ment, there is no reason why It should
jfeel any alarm with such a candidate
Meefte, Va. Mr. J. C. Creen of th!i It has in Governor Wilson and with
(lace, says: "I suffered with womanly such an Intelligently progressive line
troubles so that I could hardly sit up. I 0f policy as he and its other leaders
I WO or IU8 oesi uociurs ,u UUr w b,v, marked out With .11 nf Mr
Miss Florence Oltman aDd Carl Pe
terson spent Sunday In Geneseo with
J. J. Blankenfleld.
I Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Lee are the par
ents of a baby boy.
Mrs. G. W. Johnston of Nauvoo, 111.,
is visiting relatives here.
Mrs. Henry Weinbeck and daughter.
Miss Addle of East Mline. visited at
C. H. Ivee's Wednesday.
Mr. and Mrs. George DIrreen and
. fnmllw a Ifnll.. I 1 . .
the democratic party cannot afford to!',, a". i. vising at
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Cloldt and soa
. u..v neary oemns oaas on i M1ss Oilman's uncle
euner ror second place in tne race.
I Mr. Taft has a powerful political or
ganization behind him and tremendous
business Interests at his back. But
Colonel RooBevelt li not lacking in
jthls sort of support either, and for
; every conservative whom he frightens
off by his radicalism he counts on at-
treated me, and I tried different medi
cines, until 1 gave up all hope of ever i
On day. I decided to try some Car
tful. It did so much for me that I
ordered some mor. and it cured me!
Today. I feel a well as I ever did Id
Tha pains and the trouble are all
gone. I feel like another person In
every way. I wish every sufferer could
know what Card-.il will do for sick
A few Coses of Ccrd.tt at the r!it
time, will save many a bl? doctor bill,
by preventing serloua sickness.
It tones np the nervous system, ana ,
Elmer of Chicago are visiting at Jo
Miss Carrie Phelps of Geneseo has
been visiting Miss Florence Oltman.
I Mrs E. E. Holton and Mrs. D. A.
t Patten visited Monday with Mra.
Roosevelt' cruaadtn there will tin
annreciable democratic df-t1r,n ! George West of Moline.
north or south, and his strength, when i Mrs M- Smith and daughter,
all is said and done, will come pMnci- j Mis Bz:na. le't Thursday for a trip
pally from former republican voters, j to St- PauI- M!nn-
The socialists here and there may give MIss Ver Guckert's Sunday school
him some votes, but in general they j c'asa bd picnic at the Watch Tower
will be likely to stand by their own Fr1(lar Mrs H. Whitehead a class
nominee. The votes which he will ! nad one l Campbell s island.
gain from the women in western ' '
states will nrobablv be more than I Bure CJ tak bottle of Cham-
AndArms. Terrible Itching. Blistery
Soreson Arm and Limbs. Could not
Sleep. Used Cuticura Remedies.
Entirely Rid of All Skin Eruptions.
Warren ville, O. "I have felt the effect
of blood poisoning for eighteen year. I waa
never w ithout aotce eruptions on my body.
The terrible Itching ranted
me much iuffpHnu and dis
comfort, while the nibbing
aud cratcbing made It worse.
"Laot ring I bad a
terrible breaking out of
bUaiery sore oa my arm
and limb. My fare and
arm were almost covpred
with nuh. I could not giifa
and tort nineteen pound in Ave ww ka.
My fare u terribly red and tore, and felt
aa If my ktn u on Ore. At lat I tried
a sample of Cuticura Soap aod Culicura
Olntmeet and I found them so cool, sooth
ing aod b&li& that I got some Cutlrura
Soap, Cuticura Ointment, and Resolvent.
I bathed wliu hot water and Cutlrura Soap,
then I applied the Cuticura Ointment every
eight for two month, and I am entirely
cured of ail akin eruption-" (.Signed Mrs.
Katbrj-n Krafft. Nov. 2S. 1911.
Cuticura Soap U tmt t aln and bair
The Entire Family Washing
Finished in an Hour!
THINK of that, Madam! Your clothes
ell washed spotlessly clean and white
ready to hang on the line in one short hour.
Why continue to wash in the old way with its
muss and bother and all-day-long inconveni
ence, when an Electric Washing Machine
will accomplish the same results cheaper,
faster and better.
If you have Electric Light in your home, you
really should enjoy the advantages of an Electric
Washing Machine. It saves your own and your ser
vant's health particularly desirable on hot days
but a convenience all the year 'round.
With an Electric
Electric Shop carries a number of the best
makes, each having its special features-. Simply place
the clothes, soap and hot water in the machine, con
nect to an electric light socket, turn the switch and
the machine does the rest. The clothes are forced
back and forth, back and forth tho suds penetrating
and cleansing every thread without harming the
most delicate fabrics. About two cents' worth of elec
tricity will operate the machine for an hour. Isn't
that cheaper than the old way of washing ?
Send for free literature about Electric Wash
ing Machinesororderdirect. Pricecomplete,$8Sto$12S.
When ordering, ipecify the voltage oour light
ing circuit, and whether alternating or direct.
Your Electric Light Company will tell you.
Michigan and Jackson Boulevards
nm. n. McJiiiililn Advertising: Aseocy. Oblcam tS6i
ftrance. It cost but little more than ordi
nary toapa, wears to a tafer and alvn
comfort and satlafartioa every moment of
set by the aliented ngTO votes which berla'.n'e Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea
be would hav got but for his recont Remedy with you when starting on
declarations with regard to the color- your triD thla summer It nnnm h
belpa mak pale cheeks fresh and ro. . d brMh"'- Considering the campaign obtained on board the trains or
Thouiand4 of Wfak women have oeen every po.m or view, tne demo-i steamers. Changes of mater and rli-
restored to health and herpiness by catic situation is not altered for tKe ! nit ntrn r,i. ,,HH.n Ita ue, for toiitt. bm aad nursery. Cu-J.
usln Cardul. Surpose ro.i try it. worse by Colonel Jtoofeveh'a entrance I diarrhoea and it is best to be nrenared ' e,ursPDi Ointment are .old everywhere.
(I.BITf.'(.'rL.J WlwIVr'..Oiti..lf'i W" the h!p hand cf both the1 I Dept. T Boston "
uZXXXrS U-r:1''!' andJ: C confi-i All tie news .11 the tla. Tb. Ter-faced men ahould useCutlcor.
tn mrC -' r r " jCence fur the support not only of iu i A-rgua, ' 6op fcaavtc- fcttek, 20c. fiample free.
graduates of accredited high schools
will be given Sept. 11 to 14.
Ten days of agriculture will be a
foature of the Old Salem Chautauqua
at Petersburg; this year, on the ground
made historic by Abraham Lincoln.
ProfPBSors F. II. P.ankin and A. W. No
lan of the extension department of
i the college of agriculture will have
chirge of the courses which will begin
AtiR. 13. There will he lectures, ex
hibits, laboratory work, and judging
in short, a "little college"
ture. P. O. Rarto, associate In nnnl.
try, and K. J. T. F:kblaw, instructor in
farm mechanics of the university, will
conduct classes. Among others who
will conduct classes or give lectures
are H. E. Summers of Mt. Vernon, H.
A. Winter of Wenona, F. I,. Hatch of
Spring Grove, A. P. Grout of Winches
ter, H. G. RuKsell of Heardstown, Ma
bpl Carney of Normal, P. S. Haner cf
Taylorville, and J. P. Stout of Glen-
arm, and J. C. Hoke of Sullivan.
The State Alfalfa Growers' associa
tion will hold its annual convention at
Old Saleni on Alfalfa day, Aug. 22. At
this convention Dr. C. O. Hopkins of
the university, A. N. Abbott of Morri
son, J. P. Mason of Elgin, W. R. Good
win of Chicago, F. I. Mann of Oilman.
Llndsey Reeae of Pana, F. D. Funk or
Shirley and others will speak.
There may be something in this the
ory of telepathy," said the mystical
"You mean thought concentration
that enables you to impress jour ideas
on others?" Inquired Senator Borghum.
"Well, there may be something In It.
nut don t depend on it.
because of it eitrema purity, delicate jet j results in Impressing r-eoole. tei-nathv
effective medication, and rvfrrxhlng fra- I will nr rnmr.., -ith . i ,
id a parade." Wasblujrton Star.
If your liver Is a!'j?:sh and out of
tone, and you feel dull, bilious, consti
pated, take a dose of Chamberlain's
Stomach and Liver Tabk-tB tonight be
fore retiring and you will feel all
r'ght in the morning. Sold by all drug-flsta.
Avoid Loss and Inconvenience
"What would a new abstract to your property cost?
Tliiiik of the inconvenience were you to lose a promissory not
or an insurance policy. How great would be your mental uneasiness
if your pup-n; bhoulil got misplaced.
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This Is but a partial list of tho valuable, articles and documents
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