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THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 23. 1912.
they will not support him, the Taft 'the sagacity of discerning special priv-
men are only lukewarm for him. be-'ege, no matter under what guise, and
cause Searle will not say he is '-j , 6
i Taft for pre sident, even though he '
i is on the Taft ticket. Another reason
i the Taft men are not enthusiastic
about Searle is that it is well known
iMiuiuuil. MtaiiC vahliUb wugc llldl 1 ; ' nan 11 ' ' i ftit. - -' ,
Vi All IV.ArVi-,. Te i himself for t ongressman James aic-
! Kinney of Aledo. Mr. McKinney has j
j many warm admirers and friends, and i
j many or tnem are nosui? io aenc,
(Continued from rage Eight)
(Sperlal y Tl.f Argus.)
IiuHhnell, 111.. Oct. 23.-The difflcul- ISSUES OF THIS CAMPAIGN
ty or carrying water on both shoul
ders, especially in these days when
the voters demand to know exacilv
where a man stands, is being expr-. fi -htir for its destruction
i need by Charles J. Searle, r publi
cs n nominee for coi:.rrf.-s ::i thij sec
t.on of the Fourteenth district.
In nearly every town Mr.
' privilege as against the new order
Fine Eally Is Held at Milan
Others Are Arranged for
Thus we behold the same old strug
gle which has pasped over the boards
of history since the days of the lord
Searle and the serf.
visited in McDonough county, he was To be sure, tegauzea privilege nas , u William McEniry.
fthked by both repub'.lcans and pro- cnangea us ! Floyd E. Thompson, candidate for
ptesslvf a this question: -.Mr. Sear!'-, pooa oi f : state's attorney and Alhert Hnher
The democrats cf Milan held an en-
thusiastic meeting at the. town hall
' last evening, over which Committee
man H. L. Franing presided. Kinging
speeches were made in be-half of the
national, state, congressional and Judi
th ere is a lot of
where you stand,
or Roosevelt for
Are you for Taft
president V The
re fm'-d. more subt'e ard more general
ized, and for that reason, escaping da
tcit.on so lo: g, but the substance is
Solid Oak Dresser & Chiffonier, Steel Bed Springs,
Felt Mattress and Celebrated Bakelike Lacquer
Non-tarnishahle Brass Bed all complete for only
Hock Ifland lawyer found himF"lf so lie same.
busy answering question like this.
that he bad little time to try and
The- substance Is legalized privilege.
s most subtle form is the tariff pro-
make votes. Th-j :;u ry was put to tc tlon.
him in different form, and it fee. rued
to grate on Mr. P arle'a nerves. While
refusing to say where he stood, as
to whether he whs for Taft or Roost.
elt for prtdd nt, Mr. a'-ar!i- declar
ed he was mindine his own but-inos.
Searle wag nominated on the Taft
ticket, then when the buK moosers
Happily for the Vnitcd States, the
'vt:la' ion is still scant, the natural re
sources Ftill abundant, and great areas
tf nn 1 s'lll unoccupied. But for these
bh-R.-ins. the in vitaMe fruits of legal
ist d pihibge would now be In full
I Other meetings planned throughou
I Rock Island county under the direc
I tion of the county committee are as :
Hillsdale, Thursday. Oct. 24 F. E. '
Thompson, S. It. Ken worthy and An- j
drew Olson, speakers.
Illinois City, Friday, Oct. 23 S. R.
Keuworthy and F. E. Thompson, speak
ers. Reynolds. Saturday, Oct. 26 W. C.
Alien, Andrew Olson and F. E. Thomp-
son. speakers. j
Buffalo Prairie Mnniinv Oct S S '
For where special privilege runs its R Ken.orthv ' d F A Thnmn,m' ;
were about to nominate a progressive ' course unbridled, there must come a , Bpeakers
candidate in the Fourteenth district, time when a constantly increasing heap j port Bvron Wednendav Oct ?ftf I
went before the progressive con- of wealth falls into the hands of a . T .T.rni, P j.- -rn.,,, ' j '
C. Allen, sneakers. i
East Moline, Thursday. Oct. 31 W.
R. Moore. W. C. Allen and William Mc-
he went before the progressive con- of wealth falls into the hands of a
gresslonal committee, and said he was constantly diminishing number, while
for Roosevelt. The progressives a correspondingly diminishing heap re
thought he was in earnest, and got mains as the share of the constantly
out a petition and nominated him. ; increasing number, throwing the equl
Iteing in a position where he was com-: librium of equity so irreparably out of
pelled to turn down one of the nom- proportion, that a united majority will j Tj,
inauoiiB. it being unlawful to be a
candidate for the same ofTlcp on more
thnn one tick'jf, Mr. Searle turned
down the bull moose nomination, and
accepted the Taft nomination. Many
progressives are referring to his ac
tions m trickery and double dealing.
While the progressives arc criticis
ing Searle, many of them declaring . brilliant its leaders, can never become
Coal Valley, Saturday, Nov. 2 F. E.
ompson, Albert Huber, S. R. Ken-
..o uJ"Bl "Bl" l" j worthy and William McEniry. speak-
And no political party, no matter I
how broad and extensive economic re- i
; forms it may hold out, no matter how :
incorruptible, intrepid, capable and '
' brilliant its leaders, can ever become
the instrument for the permanent re-
GIRLS! GIRLS! SURELY TRY THIS!
DOUBLES BEAUTY OF YOUR HAIR
All you need i3 a 25 cent bottle of "Danderine"
lr.strous, fiuffy and abundant at once.
THIS IS THE TICKET
TO VOTE FOR
Immediate? Yes Certain? that's
the Joy of It. Your hair becomes'
l'ght, wavy, fluffy, abundant and ap-!
I ears as soft, lustrous and beaulitul
ic, a )ouiih girl's after a I)aiuieriiie
l air cleanse .Just try this moisten
:i loth with a little DHtiuVrine and
refully draw it through your hair,
t.iMi g one small s"uiid at a time. This !
will banse the hair of dust, dirt or
xressive oil u'iri i:i jut-t u few mo
ments you have doubled the beauty of
A delightful surprise ;v.rv'K, partic
ularly those who liaM- lee-.i careless.
whose hair has been neglected or is
s raggy. fadi-d. dry, brittle or thin.
I.esides' beautifying the hair, Dander
ine dissolves every particle of dan
druff; cleanses, purifies and invigo
rates the scalp, forever stopping itch
ing and falling hair, but what will
please you most will be after a few
veeks use of Daiiderinc, when you
wiil actually bee new hair fine and
downy at first- yes but really new
hair growing all over the scalp. IT
ou care for pretty, soft hair and lots
;t It; surely get a 115 cent bottle or
Know ltun's Daniierino from any drug
s-tore or toilet counter and just try it.
Wright's New Restaurant
1603 SECOND AVE.
Don't Fail To Attend
Opposite Illinois Theatre 1
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'S BUSINESS COLLEGE
Tomorrow Night, Oct. 24
Illinois Theatre cnkd
Come and Bring Your Friends
For PrnldtilU OOUUO W WILSUX
of fw Jerey,
For Vice Prrnldot THOMAS R.
nAK&HALL of Indiana.
For Governor EDWARD F. DUNNE.
For Llrutrnant Uovcmur UAHIIAT
For Secretary of State HARRY
For State Auditor JAMES J. BRADY. 1
For Stat Trauurn WILLIAM
For AHorney General 1. J. LLCEY.
For l'uBgri-mnirD-at-Larxf WIL
LI AM EZRA WILLIAMS, LAWRE.N'CE
For l ailed Statca Senator JAMES
For t'lutrruiuau C'LY DE II. TAV
E.NNER. l or Mrniber of the Mate Ilonrd of
, Euualixatlon JUii.V DAY.
For Judi;e of (be Circuit Court
tliarlra 11. MarsualL
For Member of the I.eicUlatnre E. L.
For rirrult 1 Irrk Gl' STAVE
For Hreortler U. F. fOMMERSON.
For Mtate'a Atturner FLUYD E.
, For Coroner I) II. R. r. J. MEYEIl.
I For ureor C. C. II I' UB ART.
For Probate Clerk FRANK GUS-TAFSOM.
llfHle Terms $3 CasMIWeeidy ;lHk
Large French Plate Mirror
Exactly Like Picture
A Brass Bed . on which the Lacquer
is fully guaranteed
You can't blight the cheery brilliance of this Brass Bed. Acid, alcohol,
soap, gas fumes, any of which would quickly tarnish the ordinary brass bed, have
no effect on the Bakelike Lacquer covered brass bed whatever. Absolutely
guaranteed by the manufacturer and sold with the full understanding that if
found to tarnish, the purchaser can immediately exchange for a new bed, or
have purchase price returned in lull.
The bed selected for this outtit is of the very popular colonial design simplo
lines and sturdy construction assure you of a piece you'll always be glad to liavo
A Mattress made layer on layer
We say made "layer on layer," to distinguish it from stuffed, lumpy mat
tresses. Weighs fully 45 lbs. and is covered in fancy art ticks. Its soft and "
downy nature insures perfect rest. We are not exaggerating nor over-enthusiastic
about the different pieces in this outut when we say they're the best ever sold
In the Tri-Cities for so little money. A visit will quickly convince the most skep
tical of the truth of our statement.
Fine, durable, resilient Steel Springs
It has the sturdy construction that at once indicates to the experienced buy
er its true worth and durability. If it were not worthy to be a part of thht out
fit it would not find place in our stock. We exercise the greatest discilmiua.iioa
In the goods we buy. t
We make this offer for the
balance of the week only.
It's a great big special op
portunity for everybody to
profit by. This is your chance
the pieces in this outfit
cannot be duplicated any
where else or at any othef
time at this price.
Handsome solid oak Dresser
(Pictures can't bejj!n
to do them justice)
Necessarily, the above pictures are only a sketch of these splendid piorei.
The details in the construction, the tine polish, indicating the workmanship of
hiRhly skilled craftsmen, naturally must be s'en to be fully appreciated. This
Dresser ami Chiffonier offer ample drawer room and are supplied with clear
French plate mirrors. Colonial in desUn. matching the bed. The low price cer
tainly is a revelation to the experienced buyers of furniture.
Now we come to a feature no less extra
ordinary thnn BIG VALVE, and that is
TEH MS. All we ask is $3 down, just enough
so that we're assured of your sincerity in
making this purchase, fl.00 weekly Is so
little that you can't possibly miss It. We're
glad to extend this convenience to our piv
trons ami we don't want anyone to feel
tl-sit it's npking a favor to us to ask for this
accommodation. It's good business for us
to. please you. We know of no bolter way
to merit your good will and patronage, than
by sflling only firsf cl-ua. reliable household
goods at the lowest possible price on the
most convenient terms and we're doing 1L
I WHY HOLDERS ARE
r That workin? men have not forgot- g
Cj tin the action cf Cliarlos J. Searle, re- 'J
publiian candidate for congress, in at-i ,B
by injunction the molders'
You can keep the
as white as new
4 Rooms Completely
Furnished for ....
Our 4-Roora Outfit perhaps better known as the ''Little Prin
cess," is winning out in the face of all competition. Now, as at any
previous time, people who look around and see every outfit offered,
simply go into ecstacies over the beauty, the comfort, the class and dis
tinctiveness of the furnishings and the big value represented by the
Little Princess for only $185. Easy terms arranged.
See our sample outfit, all set up complete on the
Dom th work urithoni any
fa or unpleasant net. Yoa
don't nmd to loach the bowl
r dip oat the water no scoar
rig. Sam-Hath will not injure
the plumbing as acids do. It
perfect disinfectant and
20 cents a can at your
grocer's or druggist's
Braes Eed $16.50
All Felt Mattress.. 10.00
All Steel Springs... 4.50
Solid Oak Dresser.. 14.50
Solid Oak Chiffonier 12.50
Yount; married people, to whom the problem of
ho'ise furnishing is puzzling, should conic here.
Our Price ...
Your saving $20.50
union four years ago. Is Indicated in j in Moline on July 4, and in V's i the soiialists held an open air ov-ft-the
following letter written today to speech exhorted the men to use O .irjlng, which was attended by several
Clyde H. Tavenner, Mr. Searle's op-j ballot iiitUHgtiUiy to improve .it-Ir I hundred strikers from the-lot al l uit
pon nt. by Joseph Trumhle, business j conditions. ! ting mills.
agent of the molders' union. The lat- j Times have chanced since, and so j The strikers wre a'Mress-d by Mas
ter speaks for itself, and Is a sample I has Mr. Searle in his attitude toward nr I.tnin of Prh :,:ta!y and by Charles
of many that union men are writing : organized labor, and I hope the niold
Tavenner. Mr. Trumhle desires that ! ers and workingmrn in general will
the letter be given the fullest possible ! heed bis advice this fall and use their
Edward ftu.-)l, the sofluJist Candida! :
, for governor, both of whom rw.ini:-d
the t Boits of t!ie authorities to cur'ai!
the rights of free Hpeer.h.
Tho coiueHi.ictis tnu'le by the local
nil' iioriti' 6 ;.p- ;-.ttn!j.;tt-d to thu mes
a ii-'-h ,a yt: tviday by fJovernor U
to Maytr Sha!! a-'fl Kh-riff Moon lr
vit:ng their attcnliott to the coziatitn
t,o!.dl r'i-h'.i of the P-o-,le pc iccfi;l!y
t j asa' iu hi-'; and d.r.cuss ixiblic fjue
International Molders' Vnion No. 237.
Organized Jan. 12, 1S75. Moline, 111.,
Oct. 16. 1912.
Mr. Clyde H. Tavenner, Rock Island,
111 Dear Sir:
I have been reading your articles
against the installation of the Taylor
system of shop management in tte
government shops and also followed
closely your efforts in behalf of the
ballots intelligently by defeating Mr.
Searle, ex-fiiend of the molders' union
and corporation lawjer at present.
Business Agent Molders' Vnion.
BACK DOWN IN ENDEAVOR
TO SUPPRESS SOCIALIST
Little Falls. X. Y.. Oct. 23 A week's
common peopie in their struggles for ! resiEUT.ce to the invasion cf socialist
justice against greedy and powerful j oratots from S:hn'?ctady, who were
corporations. 'arrested when they tried to aiiJrtss
Years ago, when the molders of the ' factory strikers here, was cai.td off
tri-cities had a Btrocg organization. Mr. j by the local authorities when they al-
i St arle was locked upon by the molders ; lowed a number of prominent soi.al-
t as cne cf the f trccgest frier.ds they ! ists to address the strikt-rs.
1 had. He spoke at our annual picnics 1 For four hours yesterday afternoon
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