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THE ROCK ISLAXP ARGUS. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 17, 1912.
niiiisnirroniiimr:1 Nominee Who Speaks Tonight
AT 8 THIS EVENING!
Democratic Vice Presidential!
Candidate to Be Heard in 1
Rock Island. !
EN ROUTE TO WEST
Is One of Foremost Men of Nation
and la Now Indiana Governor.
Hon. Thomas R. Marshall, povernor !
Of Indiana ar.d dt-mocratic nominee for
lco president of the l'nit-d States, will j
he In Rock Island for three hours this ;
evenlnfc. Accotnpani'-d hy Mrs. Mar-
shall, he will arrive at the Kock Island j
station from I.a Salle at 7 o'clock. he
met by a corr.mittee rf present. n the j
democratic county ommitf'1, the Wil- !
ton Democratic lub and the D'irine j
club, who will escort hira to the New ;
Harper, and at K o'clock, accompanied j
hy the committee ani Meuer's hand. ;
h" will be driven to Market square, j
w here he will make an address. Should,
circumstances be unfavorable to (Jov-
rnor Mart-hall Kp'akin in the open
a'r. Armory hall will be in readiness j
for the em rp ncy. j
" KMHKI KR l'KIllKT.
(Jovernor Marshall, who is enroute
to the Pacific coas-t on an extended j
Kpeakin tour whi'h will occupy his
time until the close of the campaign, :
Ih one of the most entertaining and!
hillliant of Fp-akers. He has made a
reniarl able rerd an governor of In
diana a id wiiM pn-se-nted by his state
i:s a (i'iu.':a'e t'r the presidency be.,
lory- th- lial'itnoie convention. 1
I poll the nomination of Governor;
V.'ll.Hon. Mr. Mar: hall hecurne a formid- '
nt.le candida'e tor the vice presidency,
tlie votn of the Illinois di it nation, a
will be reriieinbi led havi:i been cast
in the eMiiy l.iillois for Hon. K. V.
Hurst if ibis city, but upon Mr. Hurst's
withdrawal. Illinois swiiiik into line for
HMi i itflwn i: run r.it.
It l eXpMti'd Ih'lt there will be an
immetii-e outline iiiit of the people to
1 ar Cow rnor M;iiliall, for. r(sardleHs
of political he i- tlie candidate of a
j!. ei't patty for the m cond highest of
fer in t! (. land, and W recognized as
on of tlie fort-moHt and most dlstin
jiil?!ieil ni u f ihf ration.
Mr. M:ir'lia!l will be ent raied by
n n.n.'i' r of Hoik Island ladies while
in tlie city.
C' vernor ami Mrs. Marshall leave on
tl ' Hoik hli.tid ro.id at 1 : l.i for
I '. JS
. . - - r t h.
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DUNNE CLUB READY
TO DO ITS PART
IN THE CAMPAIGN
OLD TIME REPUBLICAN TELLS
WHY HE SUPPORTS WILSON
New Local Political Organiza
tion Duly Launched Last
I ISpecial Correspondence of The Arftus.) under the control Of the bi; trusts. I
i New York, Oct. 15. F. W. McAUis-' am opposed to the trusts. So is Gov-
!ter, head of the F. W. McAllister Co. ernor Wilson, and I. therefore, con-j
i of Baltimore, a life
twvea me lonowing reasons war ne , pecla:iv the large industries, have I
: will vote for Governor Wilson: 'been protected long enough. Theyj
j "Of all the candidates who are run-' should now be able to take care of
; ning for president I consider Mr. Wil-' themselves. Governor Wilson's stand!
i son the best," he said. "I have voted ' on the tariff suits me exactly. He!
I consistently for all
lnnff rn..Wi-,n i sider it to be my duty to support him. Arsenal Empolyes Organize Club
ZlrZ".1 ,.tnf'rJ Under Name of Comrres-
STIRRING SPEECHES MADE:
Will Hold Meetings Twice a Week in
Attractive Quarters on Third
The formation of the Edward F.
Punne club was perfected at a large-
The ever crowing noDularitv of
on tne tantl suits me exactly, nejp,.., TMVWlin,,r rh Am.r,;r
the republican is honest and fearless, and I believe. "-,.,,..l .,H;',ltu . .i
candidates for president in the last ! he will do just what he says he will j yesterday in the organization of "The
35 years, but I cannot support, my. i do. His addresses have interested j Tavennei- Howling club" bv those of
party this year. Both the republican me very much. He is direct and bus- j ,he Ro,,k UUuui ars. nal emp.oves who
and the bull moose candidates are i iness-like in all he says and does." 1 I5.., .v,., w
The "Tavenners" is composed of
arsenal workmen who live on this
side of the river, while the arsenal
bowlers who have their homes in
pied by the Bartlett Brothers Coffee j Davenport have formed "The Pepper
I company. The rooms w ill be open all ; club" as a compliment to Congress-
would be the best governor that, we i the quarters, ISIS Third avenue. The j
have had in the past two terms. "I meeting rooms were formerly occu-;
am ior tne entire democratic ticKet
from top to bottom." he said.
A. Harvey of Chicago, a traveling
man, in his remarks said that there j
ly attended and enthusiastic meeting , is a great evergrowing sentiment all j
v? democrats held iu the new Dunne j cver the 8tte of Illinois for Judge j
day every day in the week until
Governor Thomas R. Marshall.
Woman Finds Humor in Tariff Protection
i headquarters at. 181S-1S20 Third ave
! nue last evening. The commodious
rooms had been comfortably arrang
! ed and provided with seats under the
direction of C. J. Smith, organizer ot
j the club. The nrvting was called to
I order by Jack Tishe, and upon motion
William Trefz was elected temporary
j chairman. John l.inn being in a sim
I ilar manner chosen temporary secre
The following permanent officers of
the club were e'.ected by acclamation:
President C. J. Smith.
Secretary Bert Corken.
Treasunr William Trefz.
Dunne and there is a strong tendency j
for Governor Dunne in every county
seat. "I am sure that Dunne will be '
the next governor," he concluded.
George W. McCaskrin when called 1
upon for a few remarks, was loud in j
his praise of Governor Dunne. "The
governor is a man that wears." said '
Mr. McCaskrin. "He is a man on
whose career no man can lay a blem
ish." Mr. McCaskrin said that he was
proud to see the Duune club organized
and that he would support it in every
SPK1KS KOR WILSON rl.t'B.
James W. Cavanaugh extended the
greeting of the Wilson democratic
club, spoke of the gratification he felt
THIS IS THE TICKET
TO VOTE FOR
iKp'-t;i! f""rr ."j.''n!. i:rc of The Areus. supply of free raw material.'
SCHOOL GIVEN CHURCH,
Representative McKinley In Gift to
Illinois Presbyterian Synod.
Champaign, 111 . Oct. 17. William U. '
M Kinley of Champaign, representa
tive in congress and millionaire, for
mally presented to the Presbyterian
synod of Illinois last night the Gi"orge '
McKinley Memorial l iiiverslty Pres-
hterian chun h. crw-ted through the
generosity of the representative. j
"My father spent most of his life
from 1840 until his death in 1887 as
a Prehyterlan minister," said Mr.
McKinley In making the gift. "He was
deeply interested In th I'nlversity of
Illinois when it was located, and in
the welfare of its st.udents. I can
think of no deed of mine which he
.would have approved more than this."
The dedication of the church was the
chief feature of the synod's meeting.
Edmund J. James, president of the unl-
N'ew York, Oct. Ki. Miss A'.berta
Hill has demonstrated that, it is pos
sible to get not only logic hut humor
out of the tariff i;ustion. Mibs iliil
is actlvily supporting Governor Wil
son and sni' has proven one of the
surprises of ;ne cain;iuiun :u New
York City by her ready wit and abil
ity to meet any de!,:it r on the rtuinp.
At the woman's meeting, li -hl ,u
'he tariff exhibit. New York City,
Miss Hill brought out the '!. :
unique points hi discussing 'lie tar
iff: "The tariff prol em began alter
the expulsicn from Kil l . As our f.rsi
parents left liie r..ruVii. Kve turned
to Addtn and s;iid: 'There iiula our
ersity; Thomas Arkb? Chirk, dean of:
through the papers of the iiii'ional
committee stored hi that city. Should
he find the list of l'.ei4 contributors (
he uill turn it ot,- to the senate com
mittee invest iir:. I ii:g c;ttiii'Uin contrib
utors at Washington. This I'oeutnent
would be ore of tho most imonrtai.t
tl at the committee could r"' t hold of
n i?s effort t. determine who f.;r:ii-h-cd
the fund.-; for the ele tion of Theo
"Today a woman must understand
the tariff in order to realize why hub
by's pay envelope don't go as far as
il used to.
"Today an American woman pays
?.7."i for her daughter's graduation
i'loek. The Knglish woman pays only
!1.0. That son of thing helps us
to understand the tariff. Why under
'he :rs' in hill a woman cannot have
a cold in her head decently. Linen
A motion was made and carried!,. cwin. mmv t,.,k,,,o tv,n
that a vice president be elected from i vnSOn likewise enrolled in the Dunne
each of the 17 precincts of the city cIun uls evincin:. a Ppirjt of toop.
in order that the influence of the;pration that ,vou,d insm, rvess for
club be extended to all parts of the',,.,, puti.-o -inmnerot! .!r.v-..t at the
cos o cents, on ao-
i-oi.iit of prohibitive tariff, and the
plain cotton handkerchiefs hav- gone
up to f.i) a dozen. Soon we shali
be co up: lied to use tissue paper hand
ki n.hiefs. like the Japanese. Hut
even on tissue paper the tariff taxes
amount lo -J't per cent."
city in tlie democratic cause. The'
vice presidents will be elected at the
next meeting and it will be the duty
of each to induce as many democrats
to get to the polls as possib e.
TO IIKI'OItT It tl -LAWS.
A committee on by-laws to report at
the next meeting was anpointed com
pised of Jaf'K Tighe. A. 15. Grosbeek
and H. L. Wheelan. The purpose of
the clubs to further the candidacy of
Judge K. r. Dunne of Chicago for the
pol's. Mr. Cavanaugh stated that the
1 -.,titi rv ivij hit-, inifc n tut- i isu u t ffO LFWIS
elub bad been postponed from tomor
j row evening until next Tuesday night
i mid that he hoped the members of the
! Dunne club not alreadv affiliated
j would attend and join and that th
rooms on the second floor of the Hock
; Island house were always open, and
I the door is open and at all times. Mr.
; Cavanaugh said he never knew of a
time when conditions were more fav-
For rrralilent WOODROW WM.SOSf
of Men- Jersey.
For Vice President THOMAS R.
MARSHALL of Indiana.
For Governor EDWARD F. ni SiXE.
For Lieutenant Governor BAR RAT
For Seeretarj of State HARRY
For State Auditor JAMES J. DRADY.
For State Treasure WILLIAM
For Attorney General P. J. I.l'CKY.
For CoUKrrsamen-at-I.arre WIL
LIAM K.HA WILLIAMS, LAWRENCE
For lolled States Senator JAMES
election as governor and to aid in the ; orable for the democratic party than
success in Rock rsland of the eutirenow. "This democratic party is huilt
democratic state ticket. ion prirciples of Jefferson and It
Mr. Smith in accepting the presiden- i". going to succeed." continued Mr.
ey made a neat speech in which he j Cavanaugh. "Wilson will be the next i
expressed his appreciation of the hon
or, and assuring the club he would
give it the best that is in him for the
success of the club and its mission.
He spoke of the prospect of Judg"
president as sure as we are meeting
here tonight. The democratic party
has always been a friend of tne peoplo
hut the neenle have not been sharn i
from lT-S until 1S70. His son has
given ?10.'ti)ll to the university Y. M.
C. A. in ni mory of the pastor's wife,
i.:e r. pres.'ntitiw s mother. ! Dunne and Hun. L. 11. Stringer coming
j to Hock Island in the near future.
Washington, Oct. 17-President Taftj President Smith then called for
has appointed Felix Fra:il.l urter, so-; speeches and J. J. Taxman, a former
lieitcyr of the bureau of insular pffairs i republican, but now an earnest dmo- j enthusiastic addresses.
( t' the '.M'.r department, to the commis- i crat. delivered several interesting re-! u was decided to hold the meetings
For CoDKremmnn CLYDE II. TAV-
For Member of the State. Doanl of
Equalisation JOHN DAY.
For Jiide of tbe Circuit Court
Charles II. Marshall.
For Member of the LriclMalure E. I
For Circuit Clrrli GUST AVE
For Recorder H. F. SOMMERSON.
For State's Attorner FLOYD E.
For Coroner DR. R. C. J. MEYER.
1" man I. S. Pepper, who, with Taven
! rer, has show n himself to be a staunoh
I friend of the arsenal bovs.
The first series of games between
the two clubs was played last night
at the St. Ju'.ien alleys, and result
ed in a victory for the "Tavenners."
who captured three games out of the
four played. The feature of last, night's
names was the brilliant shooting of
Captain Henry Dasso, of the "Pep
pers," who scored three straight
strikes and a spare in the last game.
This masterful work saved the "Pep
pers" from the ignominy of a white
The "Teppers" swear they will get
even the next time the teams clash,
but the "Tavenners," now that they
have hit their stride, say there Is no
more chance to head them off than
there is to stop the congressional can
didate at the polls in November.
The members of the "Tavenner"
I club say they will line up the bowling
! alley vote solidly for Tavenner.
I Thn following statistics tell the
j story of last night's struggle:
iDasso 76 83 i2 141
Slater 34 77 !H Si)
Muller 10rt 7fi titf 89
Case fi 8S 00 11S
Davis 160 156 135 li:t
Totals 420 4S0
Syrett 6S 05 PS 70
Ilechtel 104 113 US 113
Schnidt SS 94 87 97
Townsend .i 95 S6 84
Giebeau 92 97 103 125
Totals 471 494 492 541
t.nfiiivli tn inuit fi'l until nrv '
1 an much pleased with the organiza
tion of this Dunne club."
Mr. Cavanai.gh's speech was fol
lowed by a number of other short and
For Surveyor C. C. Ill UIIART.
For Probate Clerk FRANK GUS-TAFSOW.
'i n . it.wnisate the hoard of I'nitc-d , marks. Mr. Ta.Miian in his talk said
stales jjeuoral appraisers. j that he believed that Governor Dunne
of the Dunne club on Monday and
Thursday evenings of each week at j
Sterling, 111. Captain Andrew Her
shey, adjutant of the Fifteenth Illinois
during the Civil war, depuly revenue
collector here in 1S7S-1885, and for
mer mayor, is dead of heart failure.
It is in time of sudden mishao or ac
cident that Chamberlain's Liniment
can bo relied upon to tako the placa
of the family doctor, who cannot al
ways be found at. the moment. Then
it is that Chamberlain's Liniment Is
never found wanting. In cases of
sprains, cuts, wounds and bruises
Chamberlain's Liniment takes out tli
Fcreness and drives awny the pain.
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New York. Oct. 17. -The Lehigh
Valley Ministerial association of the
Reformed church, at a tn- enng in
Frcemant-burg. Pa., took a straw vote
among the preachers attend the
conference, with the following re
Not voting 3
Denver. Oct. 17. A straw vote tak-
! i n among the American Assuci..ti:in
of Passenger Agents, who are hold
ing a convention in Denver, Col., gave
the following result:
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The Question as to whether there
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Mothers should always keep Syrup j The one possibility that such a list
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ach. liver and bowel cleanser and j p-over. former secretarv of the na- i ; ,
reirulator ceeded -a little given today , 0M, commUtee. fca9 juft j ,
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rail dln-ctlons for children of all
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Contest closes 6p.m.
Monday, October 21
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