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THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 1912.
I trouble, or anything else to furniEh
j a motive for suicide. The couple have .
I no children. i
YOMAH IS SUICIDE CARLSON DELEGATE
HAVE A NEAR RIOT
IN BARBER SHOP
Mrs. Henry Terry Has Been
Missing Prom Home Sine
P. J. Carlson of Rock Island was Straw
iiamed as a delegate from the Tri-Clty
Federation of Labor to the meeting
of the State Federation of Labor to
be held In Danville beginning Oct. 15. ,
The selection of Mr. Carlson as a rep- i
Candidates Is Taken and
Strife Is Imminent.
bcught 15 cents worth of shave fori
himself about 11 a. m, and voted for
the man with the lusty lungs and th
over-developed teeth. He again drop
ped in at 7:30 In the evening to see
how the vote was coming and when
he learned that Tedda-da-Roos had
'. only garnered 11 ballots, he yelled In " !
Presidential hearse tones: My goodness. Quick, Judge Dunne at Fairfield Con-!
give me m uir io mus was aoie t.nB, TMrMHrnr nf Present
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STILL GOES AFTER
to bring the bull moose leader up to
12. One man, who had been lifting!
high ones the greater part of the day. i
so that he wa not responsible for his
SAID SISTER CALLED HER enu HILL HERO OF THE DAY; .. :ted for charue seanf. but HAS
Iwaa made at the regular meeting of ' "l , ,
T ,v 'rwi, ickniin. terial. Irrelevant and calling for the
Relate A4mM the Theory That. . toci!lt, hnIwiothM lrte ne and Restores , conclusion of the witness
MADE NO MOVE
She Drowned Meraalf, As She
Threatened te Do.
It waa decided to send a delegate to
I the American Federation of Labor, to
' be held In Rochester this year. The j
Relatives of the woman believe that delegate will be chosen at the next;
Mr. Henry Terry, colored, of 719 n eetlng cf the federation. 1
Wilton Proves to Be
New Library Books
Cites Incidents of Scandalous Extrava
gance Invites Comparison of
Have you cast your vote for prest-J
Fairfield, 111, Sept 20. Arraign-
Slxtk avenue, aaa committed suicide.'
the baa not beeo seen since last Sat-1
urday evening, wbea she left home
taking no money with her. It is fear
ed that she drowned heraelf.
Some years ago a sister of Mrs. Ter
ry drowned herself and ber father Is ;
said to aave caade efforts at self de-:
I . i - r t i : . Ati
dMtvrt! No? Well, vol Rhnuld hav . . . . mm m u,uUr iu 1Ur m u.r
. received at w noes isiana puoiic
WATER AT IRVING
SCHOOL ALL RIGHT -!
The following new books have been
lira tr fnlfA a ine-la at en In riit tha
! dropped in at Ted Hill's Antiseptic, d wU1 be for clrcula. J Illinoi8 legislature of Jackpotism
jbsrber shop yesterday and participat-: j .hjh h mnflllami n,w ,th h
;ed in the large doings. For a time a , "on tomorrow.
, riot seemed imminent w hen a party ; "High Bradford." M. R. Bangs.
fibun.uiiiuujci ru66 in " i no Long f oriage, tiaroio. tsina-i ,- i.iia ot,va ottnc nt
wrangle as to the respective merits Iogg. , rnok ,,, maTkt fha BJ,rirAM n,
The Favor of Kings." M. H. Brad- (Judge Edward F. Dunne, democratic
which he confessed under oath he i
had known existed since 1S97 and a
demand that he explain his $243,000 i
of their favorites, and only Hill's rare
urucnou at various times. Recently i ThJ Becond analysis of the city wa- outbreak. When Ted perceived that j
Mrs. Terry has spoken to her husband' .m . ,., v-. t,. 1 loodshed was imminent and no one1
stem the tide.
find to DMr rAl&rtvM nf Arnm:r0 thAf
her sister who committed suicide had u'n completed and Louis K
Birdsall seemea aoie 10 siem ine iiue, ne .
i i. j t . . . i. w i. i ter,
come to ber and invited her to cross . superintendent of filtration, reports wUh a fcw maglc Qud tbe
to the unknown. The husband says that it is safe for drinking purposes. , riw nrt nir,ni it in th hn
Lis wife frequently spoke of drowning Mr. Birdsail believes that the some- i. ' tt nrif miirn,urri T.ntz i
rerseir. -what unfavorable cor.d.tion found at
The Blue Wall." R. W. Chiid.
Textbook of Botany." J. M. Coul-
itMir. uexatives cooit-m e. ihf first analysis was caused by the
When Mtb. Terry left Saturday she water Ftandmg in the pipes inside the
int to the home of relatives in Dav- school building. The pipes have Bir.ce
.ripoit and bade them feood-bye. On bt-en thoroughly f.uihi-d. Now that
lelniT &ked where the a eoine she school Is In fusion and the wrtv-r
He pently murmured, "Gents,
don't forget you owe me some money." j
Immediately, the blood-thirsty ones as.'
aiiir.rt a lrink nt 1 f-rn Hnrpficlnn find
sorrowfully digging down into their. ,,"
n-p'.led, "O, you'll hear about it." re
futing to mae olher explanation
V h'-re f he went eftt-r that is nor
l.nown, but It 1h feared she returned
1o the bridpe and Jumped Into the Mios-lt-:ilppl
Mrs. T.rry was marrU-d three yoars
teinp ufi- d cor,"taiTiy in ci'iisi(irabie
Hiantitip, the pipes will be kept
fluFlied automatically so ih;it there is
no further cause fur fear.
Miking tha Lias.
"Don't von think we hnre
KO at Iva City to hr busbaiid. who enough Mlrciidy. Kcn.-iTnr?"
la poher atd works regularly as r.oi "Oh. tw. but if I don't let "em fcpnw
carrier. Th liusband der.les tliat whut I'm here fur I'M never tet !iere
there Yin ever bef-n any dnraivic ' ic;.n "- At::::n:i i v,n' t
jeans, thpy departed completely crush
ed in spirit and with their tempera
tures reduced to normal.
r.TROS STRAW VOTH.
F.ach cash customer was entitled to
a ballot and when the returns were all
in the vote stood as follows:
lioosevtlt 12 : All the
Ore disciple of the bull moose clan 1 Argus.
nominee for governor, here
Judge Dunne said in part: j
. "Governor Deneen in a vain attempt :
to cloud over his ow n deficiencies and .
The Red Lane." H. F. Day. cover up the extravagance, graft, and
Regulation of Municipal Utilities." corruption which have marked the last
L. King. eight years of republican rule in the ,
"The Wisconsin Idea." Charles state has sought to cast discredit on I
McCarthy. ! my administration as mayor of Chi-1
"A Maa in the Open." Roger Fo- to go and on that of the late Governor
There's a Will." -M. R. j "Traveling through the state in his
Rinehart ' paiatial $2o0-a-day special train Gov-
Chair at the Inn." F. II. ! ernor Deneen is hurling vague but
! uncertain attacks at me but is omlt-
"Concentration and Control." C. R. j ting any explanation of the charges
Van Hise. of extravagance and waste of public
"The Sign at Six." S. R. White. moneys, duplicity and double-cros&ini:;.
"Guests of Hercules." C. X. Wil-jand deiiance of the w ill of the people
liamson. : as expressed at tire polls, made by
"Their Yesterdays." H. B. Wright. ; me against him and bis adminiatra-
news all the time The
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Brown suede but'en boots the very
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$?.; for iiiary styles in patents with
cloth t:ps. in d-iile with cloth or dull
tops, iii tan Russia cutf in many toes
en:le.-.s variety of the good styles.
also the white Nu liuck in button.
We are unusually strong on our $3.00
women's shoes comprising the dull
Kathers in cloth or dull tops, the dull
leather in lace.
Tan Russias in button or lace.
! Patent leathers la lace or button.
j Broad toe effects with Cubaa or mill
j tary heels.
THIBITR TO AI.T(.EI.1I.
j "Governor Altpeld is too well known !
by the people o Illinois to need any j
I defease at my hands. It is known i
how, when his property was under j
foreclosure, he refused a bribe of a '
half a million dollars. I am willing i
to stand before the citizens of the 1
state on my record in public office
as; judge of the circuit court of Cook
county for 13 years and as mayor of
Chicago. That record is open aad 1
can bear the closest scrutiny. j
; "Governor Deneen has been trying j
to explain away the extravagance of i
the republican administration. Why j
' does he not attempt to explain his j
5243,000 "fee grab" while state's at-!
i torney of Cook county; explain to the;
citizens of the state how and why he 1
I pleaded the statute of limitations in j
; order to keep this quarter of a mil-'
jlion dollars which should have gone
j into the school fund.
"Let him explain his bri'.llant lit
tle scheme for getting rich at the .
expense of the school children. In j
leach indictment there are usually sev-1
j eral counts. I
I "For a conviction for a disdemean-j
i or a fee of $5 was allowed aud for
j a felony a fee of $ 15. When Mr.
Deneen secured a conviction instead .
of counting one conviction as a con-!
vietiou lie added up all the counts in i
an indictment, bo that, if there were
-0 counts in, a misdemeanor
Mr. Deneen collected $100 instead
$.. Will Governor Deneen explain
v hy he was entitled to this additional j
$'.'."? When he left that state's at-1
torney olliee h' had secured $243,0110 '
in that uiiiiiner, and when an attenint
j wan made to secure the return of this !
Money Governor Deneen pleaded that '
'statute of limitations. j
Tll.K Ml-' "SI.ISH MOKY."
"Governor Deneen talks about a'
"(dush fund." It might be interesting ;
if he would take t.he voters into his i
confidence and explain who paid for i
his expensive special train during j
the recent primary, or who Is now !
paying for the $250-a-day special trai.i j
ii which he is now touring the state.!
"Governor Deneen might also tell
about his "pay roll brigade," which ,
Senator Charles F. Hurhurgh attack-'
fd in the primary campaign.
"He might tell what, steps he took
to rid the legislature of jackpot Uin
find corruption which he acknowledg
ed under oath he knew to be in ex
istence siace 1S97.
"The governor says that there has !
been no waste or extravagance in i
state departments or institutions. Let i
me read excerpts from a report pre
pared by the Chicago bureau of pub-'
lie efficiency of December, 1311, in
regard to the Chicago West Park j
FVbieia in iu purchase of automobile
"'The transactions of the West'
rVrk board with (William) Holliday j
furnish a striking example of waste;
of public funds.' I'ader the heading, !
'A Specific Case of Wasteful Methods.'!
tii report savs:
j '"William Holliday, a mechanic em-i
; e.I to repair automobiles was car-j
I ried on the pay rol". 243 days, Sundays i
j and holidays included, for 10 hours
a day at 70 cents an hour. Three
j hundred and ninety five dollars was
i advancr-d bin: from contingent f'.inds :
! f-r salary ia June. July, Auguut. 1910,
! ar.d January. K11. but owir. to care-
lrL(Z3 in bookkeeping, up to Sept.,!
I 'll, :!.: had n.it been withdrawn I
fif'i;i his salary.' j
'It ajjpeari, that on four occasions:
Hoiliday was paid to repair the Wett
Fi.rk auro::,obil68 30 hours out of 35 !
"Holliday purchased automobile!
parts and supplies persona'.ly. Sept.. j
1, li'ii, vj,xid.;,2 had been t.'.id to
Specials lor Saturday, Sep!. 21s!
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make a beard softening lather; our brushes hold the bris
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Whatever be your shaving needs let us supply them and
you'll get the RIGHT Mrt of stuff.
der, 25c size . . .
CREAM, largo tube,
50c size tube ....
CREAM, 26c size
SHAVING STICK IN
nlckled box, Wil
liam's, Colgate's or
Cuticura, 20c size .
MUG SOAP. ROUND
cake, 10c size ...
COLD CREAM FOR
all Irritation and
roughness, all 25c
HIND'S HONEY AND
all popular brands '. -Colgate's.
Squib's, etc., 25c - f
SANTIOL FACE CREAM,
stops bleeding from
SHAVING BRUSHES, long bristles, good quality
25c size ,
SHAVING BRUSH, bristles set i a rubber,
fully guaranteed, uc bizo
RAZOR STROPS, geunine horsehlde, two pieces,
with handle, $1.2j value
IIORLICK'S MALTED MILK, hobpital size, $3.
$1.00 size, 8Cc; 50c size
25c size ....
$1.00 size, 79c; 50c size, 4Zc;
HINKLES CATHARTIC TABLETS.
100 in a bottle
$1.00 bottle .
ABSORPENT COTTON, ONE POUND ROLL
MADELEINE FACE POWDER, manufactured by A. KOUR.JOIS
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piice Saturday only
We solicit your prescriptions, assuring you that they
will be filled exactly as the doctor prescribes, and by a
registered pharmacist; at reduced prices.
j JLco operative store co. J. il. wc wc m MONU, j
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instances were found where he
tained 20 per cent, discount
charged the board full price. He
was paid by the board $j0 for a cyl- i
Slider whi'h an auto corr.pany fur- !
nished free of charge. No park rec
ords show refunds or credit for ar- ;
tides which Holliday returned un-'
lierl. :i.r.rl fr.r whirl: h- u'.itci! r-ttut
Of this amount $5,111.27 i or credit on other purchasea. The !
supplies. Holiday's bills ! bcoks of the company snoe 1 tbat i
ob- 1 completed the Inquiry) amounted to
,j over $.,')00 and afford a striking ex-
en fcevpral occasions that
Lad relumed his purchase
These aggregated $2'7.1i.
v. ere paid at once without proof of
"Examtaation made by the bureau
Indicated that Holliday not only
charged the board full price for ar
ticles on which hn ohu-i.-i.id discount,
but in ssorr.e cases charged the board
more than the list prices in the print- tv.o years of his employment up to
ed catalogues of the dealer. MacyjSpt. 1, 1511, (the dat tha bureau
ample of waste of public funds.
(MII'lli; TAX ltbl tIPTI.
"Governor Denee-a tolls us that the
tax rate In Illinois has only increased
fve cents on a $100 valuation. In
reply let nie abk the voters of th
r.iato to simply compare their tai
receipts with thost of four and eight
( governor Deneen ha many things
to explain. The citizens of the state
are eagerly awaiting for hiai to begin.
teen given checks for $li5.34 andn al-j Your complexion aB well as your
lowed $21. 4 credit, on othr pur- '-etriicr lis rendered miserable by a
trases. The transactions o' the West disorder d llv--r. By taking Chamber
Park board wiih Holii.-ly during ti:e liin'a Stomach and Liver Tablets you
can improve bot. Sold by all dmg-