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THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS. WEDNESDAY, . OCTOBER 23, 1912.
POLICE BEGIN A
GLEAN UP OF THE
Officers Raid Fourth Avenue
Houses Arresting Seven
Women and Two Men.
JAILED ME WITHOUT
CAUSE, SAYS LUNN
INFORMATIONS ARE FILED
Prisoner Are Placed on Grill This
Morning Further Investiga
Ab a result of information gleaned
br Commissioner Hart and the state's !
Attorney yesterday in regard to con-j
dltiuns in the "black belt" and the sutj
sequent declaration of their nutrition i
to wipe out the colored tenderloin l;s-
tiict In Hock Island, the police last'
tight raided the suspected joints on
Fourth avenue, betwe n Twenty fifth :
if ' ;r?.
. X - . -V- W -:V -."A
MOOSE SIXTH ON
General Belief That New Party
Would Come Third Proves
was made in the family lot at Coal j
Valley, 111. ;
The remains arrived from Seattle,
last evening, accompanied by a daugh- :
1 ter. Miss Lila B. Lee. j
SPECIMEN SHEET IS HERE
Cne Sent to County Clerk by Secretary
of State Judicial Candidates
on Small Ballot.
The first official specimen ballot for
I the November elections has arrived at
the office of County Clerk H. B. Hub
bard from the state secretary's office.
It sets at rest all question as to
where the "ball mooser" candidates
will appear. It was generally suppos
ed that the bull moose party would
have the third column, but such is
! not the case. Following is the order
j '. the parties; republican, democratic,
Little Falls, X. V.. Ot. r3. "This prohibitionist, socialist, socialist la-
Re. Ceorae R. Lunn.
ktifl 1 u'nnlv.iai'Anfh Lf nut union un.
n. and two men. all colored, being MrraUU,ulc.a progressive lor social justice
raiiKht In the net and hauled to the Pian.eed by the con-.-utum. (bull moose) and progressive. Under
nation. Officers Uoyd an 1 Kinr.e Bv . That 8 ,fce com!U, nl t"orge R. the head progressive, there is but one
ki:ui by Detective Henna Seh'nert. Lunn' rnayor 01' has to candidate in the state, he being Louis
n-.aht: on int snuiiiioa n ;e in uuie is., cieavtland ot South Moline who
f alls I.L'E' wiek I.tt'sn tame here to se ks election to the legislature from
deliver an ad '.css to striking ihU district. Colonel Teddy and the
textile workers. He was given "third party" candidates, are really
to understand 'hut if iie at- the sixtn party.
tempted to s,eak in Ciin'on park h allot is big.
he would h arreted. H" started ir.ak-' Thft official baot js Qf CPUsiderab,e
ing tne s-peecn, anil wnne tie was
ti a de the raid.
OHM I. Illlo MDHMM..
After lying in jail all nik;bt. the ris
M era were brought into Chief lirii.n's
t'f!ee one at a lime, this morning,
v here they were grilled by Commis
Kloner Hart, Assistant state's Attomev
P. H. ItigleHon and the chief of police.
Ihi" riulzzlng proe.ess occupied the
Kieatr part of the forenoon and as a
terul' informations against the of
fenders were filed in the county court.
-IIH1:K AHK llt:i.KKli.
Farly this morning various male lie-:
gioes began to arrive at the station.
JjViding an interview with Comniis
i Miner Hart, in an effort to intercede
to- tl" ir lady friends. Lea (Ireen, her
Inn-band. William, and iJella Iielney '
uire released, as the authorities were
unable la fasten any guilt upon them. 1
The remainder of the crowd is still
being held They are Susie Matlock,'
larned with maintaining a disorderly
b'Mit-e, Mary Van Winkle, Molly i
Vaugn. (Jr.ice Jackson, F'auline Mof- j
latt. Willis Ilrown and Xellie Welch.
The toils are fast closing about the
Vi Ii ii woman, who was the cause of
tin whole investigation and it will.
t-oli;.t)ly go hnrd with her.
H Hill Kit IIKt Kl.lll'UKM .
"ize beine about 24 inrhea wide and
quoting Lincoln, the s-herifl ft ppeu up 3C inohe8 ,ong and tno voter who dopg
ana put mm un.ier arrest. ,.e was ot knQH. Mo hand whQm he n.
thrown in jai.. where he remained s-.v- tends tQ vote for and where namt
eral days. js t( be round wiI1 nave to Bpend con.
Several other socialists, amou? F;derable time in the voting booth
them Hr. Algernon S. Crapsey. who !to,.irg over lhe ,onf, ll3t8 of nanK.g
was d p,sed from a Koehester Episco- There are "n in all
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ful'.erton leftj
this morning for Chicago.
P. R. Carnovsky of Kingston, Can., j
is here visiting with Dr. and Mrs. C. j
Miss Agatha Booth of Maquoketa,
Iowa, spent today in Rock Island visit- j
lag with, relative. j j
Mrs. H. H. Voss of Springfield, 111.,
is spending several days in Rock Is
land with Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Stein, j
Mrs. W. M. Dipworth and daughters,
Ffssie and Elsie, of Iowa City are,
visiting in the city with Mrs. Arthur
Announcement Is made of the birth
of a daughter to Mr. and Mrs. Fred
G. inner. 810 Twenty-first street,
Tuesday, Oct 22. ,
D. Rogtobord, who has been visit-,
ins at the home of M. Taxman, 723 :
Tenth street, departed for his homer
&z Seattle, Wash, today
Jack Connell of Quincy, 111., the
we'.l known baseball umpire, returned '
home this morting after attending the i
V. C. V. convention as a delegate and ;
Dr. D. A. Cale of Hot Springs, Ark., !
a former well known resident of Mo- i
lire, is in the city attending to mat-
ters of business and visiting old
Phil Mitchell left last night for Xew
Yc rk to meet his wife and son, Fred,
f.ho have been touring Europe lor
several months past. They are expect
ed to arrive at Xew York on the Ced
ric Saturday morning.
Jewel Stoves have
mmmw mm them all beat
for QUALITY and STYLE,
and our prices are so low
that we are frequently
told we are from $5
to $10 lower than our
competitors, who sell mostly on the in
Come in and look over our line be
fore you buy. We'll be glad to show you.
pal pulpit on the charge of heresy,
emulated i)r. I.unn's example and
w re ilfo arrested and jailed.
I'r. I.iirm and his fellow eoeialits
will make a hard fight to clear them
selves if the cases ure heard. It is
not believed that the authorities will
piibh tlie matter very hard, as it is
agreed that no riots accompanied or
followed the speeches. j
In jail Mayor l.unn said: '
I "My mission here has been a hii
' manitarian one. 1 was prevented from
speaking in Clinton park where, less
than three weeks ago. Oscar Straus
; and Frederick Davenport, candidates
i of the progre? Hive party for governor
Thr"e of the tickets, democratic, re
publican and socialist, are practical'.y
complete, there being a candidate for
every ofTice. The others have fewer
li'i linn. f r t Vi m Kilt iinnniTVi tit noj.au. I
B . , " , """" for Xew York City where he will affili-
siiuic a tuuMutri auic cuitii fctriiit-in ui
ROCK ISLAND MAN TO
ENTER NEW YORK FIRM
Aaron, son of Mr. and Mrs. Simon
Goidburg of this city, leaves next week
W. C. U. MEETING
GOMES TO CLOSE
Best Ever Held fay Delegates
Supreme Council to Pass
on Woman Question.
"One of the most successful con
ventions ever held by the order," was
the consensus of opinion of the dele
gates to the biennial convention of
ate himself with the E. Goldburg Fur-1 the Western Catholic Union, which ad-
Two ballots will be handed the vot-1 nitnre & Carpet Co.. having bought Hyl" " -'"'-'" l c
an interest in the concern. Mr. Gold - ;l " "aiper nouse. iu coiieiie agaiii
burg has been identified with the ln 1912- at St- Loui3-
Home Loan company of Moline for I The big question of admitting wom
en to tne oraer, eitner as equal mem-
several years past.
and lieiitenunt-Kovernor. resnect.ivelv-
The authorities are determined to held an open air meeting and address-
" " , , ;,. "" "-"; ,; ' , . , M1 a l:rowo asu-v larer 'an 1 wuRni 1 advlce aIuJ he advised the separate
...... ........ ...... IO Sp,.aK tGi j nave neen treateu HKe
I lamts have been received regarding ' a criniillal because I tried to quote
tle.e prisoners and the poliee believe l.in(.0n aIld ,P 1 ,he historv of Herki
the time is ripe for u house cleaning ; m,.r ,.,, ,.v lo ,he strikers.
.ther inveMipntiotis will follow. , .., an, now Dn ,he yerf,p of phveitaI
- . . -xr 'collapse, but I shall continue my
fight. The district attorney is evident
; ly determined to frame up a case of
felony, whiib would take away our
rights as citizens and which, I uuder-
ers in the 14th judicial district, which
includes Rock Island, Mercer, Henry
and Whiteside counties. The small
er one will contain the names of the
candidates for circuit judge. Wheth- Mr. Goldburg is one of the city's
er or not these names would go on popular young men, and is a graduate
the big ballot or have a separate one of the ".ocal high school class of 'nfi.
resulted in the getting together yes-His many friends here, although re
terday in Rock Island of the county gretting his departure, will be pleas-
clerks of the affected counties. They
applied to Judges E. C. Graves for
mac glynn saloon
SI RATIO Is OF
The only preparation that
can be diluted to suit the
It is purely medicpted,
effective, yet haimless and
can be used even for chil
dren. It opens the pores,
cleanses and purines them
end gives a perfect com
plexion. Free- demonstration by
Mme. Isenberg at Third
av tnuc entrance.
Rock Island. Illinois.
As a result of a saloon brawl staged
at the Mae Glynn place on Twentieth
street and Third avenue, last night at
ed to learn of his advancement, and
joia in best wishes for his future.
bers wiiii the men, or in an auxiliary
organization, which was brought up at
the last session yesterday afternoon
was referred to the supreme council
which will meet in" Quincy next Jan
uary to devise ways and means where
by the question can be settled.
A number of resolutions were adopt
ed which pertained to the medical ex
aminers of all branches of the order.
Spanish-American and Philip
A cordial invitation is extended to
j'-j'j to attend the camptire to be given
a Memorial had. Rock Island, 111.,
Thursday evening, Oct. 24, li12, at S
stand, would tpo facto relieve me as 6 o clock, in which, glasses, cuspidors. ' s w v W. L. FRANKS, Commander,
mayor of .Schenectady. The authon-, wUiskf.y and beer bottk8 flew through . Adverfls,.I11nt )
ties believe, judging from their ac- thp air ,ike rain ,hat estab,,,,,. j
lions, that when men go on a sirike is ra(.,i(.a ly a wreck todav. .Mirrors1
every right of citizenship is abro- j WM. bt,at,ered , Bnow casPS demolish- I '
led, and furniture overturned so that
"Some persons have tried to app-al w hc n ,ht. poIice intervened, the place
to my selfishness by saying that if I looked ljke jt had beeu gtruck b a
continue with my comrades in this : t.vt.1(;n The principals in the i f
hht for free speech I will Um- my, fray Wl.rp George Sullivan, a stear.i
han.es for clectiou to the house of fitI(.r and Mack Gynn the proprietor
rf pr-sentat ives from the .".nth ron- cf s.a00n
gr. sMonal district. If it were a choice Th'.? fonm.r' charged the latter witti
between being assured of a seat in r,iaking improper allegations concern
congress and standing for these stav-i Jnc Mrs. Sullivan and the battle fol
ed textile workers, I would gla.i'y ! ,,)W pJ Sullivan was arrested a.ul
spent the night in jail and this morn
ing plead guilty to a charge of disor
derly conduct. He was fined $10 and
costs by the police magistrate.
. .j .. , ' Discussions of various matters fol-
Ti-i-City Soldiers and Sailors of the , , , . . . . . , ,
1 . . . . ... slowed winch brought, the three days
convention to a successful close.
Many of the delegates returned home
eurJay afternoon and last evening
while others remained over today to
visit with friends.
The Clean Bread
That is Making
Rock Island Satisfied
in waxed wrappers is as clean and pure as
the beautiful snow.
Join This Clean Bread Crusade
Order Tip-Top bread Two loaves at a
H. KOKN BAKING CO.
2105 FIFTH AVENUE ROCK ISLAND
I To Arrange for Speakers.
; The Woodmen County Assembly,
jthe local insurgents of the order, willltween the circuit judge's chambers
meet tomorrow night at Odd Fellow
hall for the purpose of discussing
ways and means of bringing several
speakers of note to Rock Island to
speak on the rate question which now
confronts the society.
Fire at Court House.
Gas, escaping from a leaky pipe on
the third floor of the court house be
an' the court room, was set afire last
night by a spark from crossed electric
v. ires and the flame burned all night.
Due to the fact that nothing inflam
n able was near, no damage was dons
and this morning both the crossed
wires and the leaky pipe were re
AH the news all the time. Tht
lak" my place beside my fallow work
ers, who are fighting for bread. We
are determined to tight for tli-- right
of free speech, if by so doing we are
comp' lied to rot in the Herkimer jail."
The opinion prevails here that the
loca. authorities have Trade- a niets
or tne v. noie anair bhu :.ae over-
HORSES IN WILD DASH
I Vs?V l 1 5 - , 115 Tr
MonnBri. Missbs 8, Girls.
GROSSMAN LEADS OTMCRS FOUOW
stepped their authority in attempting DQWN SECOND AVENUE
iu cut-civ ine Ppeuiii'is.
Licensed to Wed.
I Henry Hare YcM .11
'Miss Xellie J. I.ers llillsdji
ij rtv t- '
SLEEPING with the
windows open is a "first
aid" to health and beauty.
But it makes getting up in
the morning a chilly ordeal.
With a Perfection Smokeless Oil Hater vou 1res
in comfort on the coldest day.
A touch of a match, and the Perfection is aglow in a
minute. Later, you can carry it to any other room, and
breakfast, read cr sew in comfort.
In fact, a Perfection Heater ts just as ?ood as a fire,
and much cleaner and more convenient.
U u m AftMm Ararr. too. Auk ywtr Vr f Aotf 9m
STANDARD OIL COMPANY
1 A IsdiAM Criti
A team belonging to Edward Batt,
an expressman, became frightened at
a passing street car this morning at
a'.'Out 7 o'clock w hile hitrhad on Sec- ,
ond avenee near Ninetct-nth street, and
made a aash down Second avenue.
The horses continued their mad pace
until in front of the M. & K. store,
where they ran into one of the Mc
Carthy Improvement company's wag
ons, which checked their flight. One
of the horsi s on the express wagou
wa.- so frantic with fear that it made
a ! -inrate effort to climb up in the
dirt wa;:on. The cxprtss wagon waa
ARRIVES IN PORT
The government steamer David Tip
ton arrived in port yesterday af;r-
r.ocn from F'ountain City, Wis., having
mil far' -fit
r 1 m.ir-rf . -
i -t I i f
I r?r 4 f H . tt i
in tew tne new 1 nueo Ktaies quarter- " A s- $ t - -r.f v'
boat No. 4r-2. a prod ict of the govern- T'.T-'i fa f pi , ' 30X33
ir.ent yards at Fountain City. The ?.fj'" s - -t t?.Vt ii.
quarterboat will be used l v the cr-v. I ft ? s" 7 t " S
cf the Tr.ited States 'suction dredge' Xt y 1
Mayor." which is now stationed t-.v , r- x if r it ' i
al n.il.s down the river and which h:.s f?! T'' ft It "'XX i't t?'-
winter quarters at Silver lake. The i - tt-:i5 V MV' Ml
new- bri;e is finished in hard wood tSi'S' f - f W 11 k ' O.Vit
and has separate apartments fer the I '''Lf-L - f" " fo u
dreie crew and for river inspectors. . : :f' f : - J.Jr2: j""''' :. ' ;1 'trl' '' fl'l
A fairly dazzling display of value-giving
garments for women, misses and girls. An of
fering so advanced in the complete showing of the newest
fall and winter suits, that no one can afford at this time to
overlook this chance to purchase Economy beckons you and
clearly shouts the good news.
Late purchases of suits, combined with our regular stock,
offer you a wide range from which to choose. Head and read
carefully the items given here:
Extraordinary Suits at 24.75
Copies of Paris and Berlin models, admired and purchased by those who
demand exclusiveness. Broadcloths, corduroys, finest serges, Scotch mix
tures and wide wale diagonals, semi-trimmed and plain tailored, linings abso
lutely the lest satin, sizes 32 to S3 and small sizes for tiiiBM-s -priced now
Week-end Special Suits ,1 A 1 E
17.50, 19.50, 2 1.50 values ifff. O
Confidence reigns supreme with us, that women who appreciate extra
alues, will take immediate advantage, of this offering and purchase these
GUits now. The assortment comprises all new styles in all latest, cloths for
fall and winter wear. Tailored bcUer than the price would indicate,
lined with guaranteed satin, many am made in the mannish mix
tures so much desired this season truly are thoy great values at
17.5019.5021.50. Week-end special 14.75.
N. F. Titus, a former Rock ls.and-r,
had charge of the construction cf tne
IhviI. Mr. Titus being overseer of the
boat yards at Fountain City.
THE i.ke nM:ni,
Fciieral services for-lhe late Mrs
Eliza I.ee. a former resident cf th.s
city, who died at her home in Seattle.
Wash, last Thursday, were confuted
this raornin? at o':j1. at tt"-
Krcsdway Pr-sbyterizn ch-irch. I:ev.
W. M.ruij ctZJ.au-i. Ictcrmc:
t'f f . .
Values for This W eek
Under -priced Serge
Tomorrow we offer &
lot of big value in suits,
many new arrivals at -this
low price, 'f he material are
all-wool men's serges, lined with
best yarn dyed satin, colors
black and all prevailing bade.s.
Sizes range from 24 to 44 and
for misses 14 to 18 yearsspe
Remarkable Suits at
Adjustments' cf stocks have
been made so that in this offer
ing are values not to .be found
anywhere at less than a 14.50
price. Tailored and Norfolk
styles, cut-away effects, with
wide revers, skirts which pre
serve the slender lines. Mate
rials are good broadcloths,, hard
finished worsteds, serges and
mixtures; choice of many nrw
telors. All sizes, S Ob.
Waists, $1 and 1.50 Values at 98c
Shirts and waists, lingerie and tailored effects, flan
nels, madras, linens, lingerie, batistes and voiles, 98c.