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THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS- TUESDAY. MARCH 18. 1913.
SIX TICKETS TO
TO THE VOTERS
Yesterday Was the Last Day for
Getting Names on the City
'Z Eighth-and-a half
McDo'.e, 730 Seven-
NONE OF SLATES COMPLETE
Pp't -t Have Separate Column
Will Be Arranged in the
'"-'riay was the last day under
U.i I'l-r on which a nanus could b
gofer, on the ticket for the city-town-
hip election which is t(, occur April
1 There will not he a single com
plete ticket in the field as all of them
arc shy on or mnr( -names. The dem
ocrats and republicans nominated full
--la'es. tin in each ease 'here were
s--r rul w ithdrawals and the township
com ml' teeg (lirl not see fit t(1 replace
Tiicr,. 's or,!v one citv office to !..
w'ed on- police magistrate Tli
i 'i "t' officer assistant super 'its,
;-':ccs of ttie pence and constables
tov ii fijf.ee:. Nevertheless all the.
' in'! v. Jil to on one hailo'. tin-
! ice magistrate be,ng at the h-ad
..' iv t -cket. Town Clerk Si'rle-
I r.iucni toda maile announcine:;' of
t order of tickets and the ".ames of
;i t ' ij " I ;i who rvi'l be f.n the h.illo'.
'! iiewt I; ketu. nridi wi'h its o'n col
i.i..:, el, the ballot will be a.- follows:
I f. ii pni k i: M w.lTR 1 F.
Kdwa-d Kit.il.w--n. 2 Nineteenth
' f ee'
t t.it irT m ifh i.mis.
Wdhau; Cahauen. :,. Ninth aven.;".
i suroehle, 11121 Sixth fuenie.
I I t r ('. Harris, t'lln KiL'li'een;!i tret : .
c ,...!''- Oswald. '.':. T" ept .- !;inl
h - . .1 Hi'iH-, :..; K.ghth ami n
i a .r :i etiue
I on .nvin r. in- ry. t:.
' Henry Ruben. :
! avenue: Elmer
teenth street: Vincent A. Murphy.
Twelfth street: Henry C. Hinrkhs.
1 :::' T!.'rt-six:h street.
MIR JFT1CK OF Pt4( E.
James W. Mamker. 0f Fifteenth
street; Carl Kuelil. 1 C"2 Fourth ave
tii ; V. C. Peck. 1202 Fortieth street.
Samu-1 Fltzpatrick. 0"9 Twenty
fourth street; Mike Mintz. 145 Fif
i ;e-ntli Street.
i For Soeb-.l .Justice..
FOR I14T M I'KRl lORi.
(,", rye White. ;n" Twenty-third
s'f-e-; .Ifi.-hi.a Ha.-selciv.ist. 11427
'i"'h-and a-ha'f ivfiii:: Frank O Ca
ll d . "!'. Twelfth street; Hoy l Si ho
fer, Cll Sevnth avo-.iue.
MH .11 "TM F. OK l'F.l K.
V"-tor O. I'eterron :".: K;hh ave
nue. .Jan.e H. Sto-idird. 1 Twen
ty -four-h f-fpi: Emit C Burke. K.2.1
Nin'li f tre t . St'-p... i S. H-i!!, 1 ::''!
S i-fjiid a n e.
.ta;r.-s h!f ... Fm'r'h ave
nue; .If h" 'i-;-t;ngs 1 2 1 1 'Il ave
nue; .lohi. r'.tziKi'rii LL':. Sixteenth
FOR l.ITM M l'l:il IMiHV
.1 Sii.af l:ii-. -.":t Nineteenth
street : I'er-v 1! Shipir.an. :2 Twenty--,.-oti'i
str-et: Frank t.er'.ach. S!7
Twen'- ni'"ii street.: Fdsar ()v-ns.
t.r.'J7 N.t'iii aenue; .losep!: I)o-r.!,K.
2"t Kich'h (.'('
I Ii II JiTH I's OF I'KM r..
A I' o!i. r.1' Twenty-third
ftn.f.t Andrew r!-i;n .. i' F .rTy-sith
Hi i' ri A d.i !;;. 'i'1-' Fo: t s:xt'.i
.li-.n-.es iiea'oi. Third
.Ifihti N i;iu. il-l Six-!) a'.e-
ON WHO RAMPAGE
Armed With Knife, Sadie Hus
ton Terrorizes Patrons of a
.St rnuT .
'For Hm.e.-i-v a"d .lii-c"' i
FUJI I'IM.II K W H.IX'I H V I I-:,
Will-am Win T.-. !.:-.
FOR I l- I 4 III I ..
T .!. He-.er:t,c sr
SLIPS ON CUR3SNG:
J Armed with a huge bread kiife, pos-
sensing the general proporuens of a
meat cleaver. Sadie Hus'on. colored,
chased her husband arour.d his res
taurant, a: 31S Twenty-fourth street,
yesterday mornine, s!iou:ii; wild
threats and terrorizing the pa rocs ia
the place. The po ire tin- -top 'o
the reigrn of terror by placii.i: Sndie
.under arrest. This ntorninjr he was
given a lo-d:iy s-entem-e in the county
jail. With hati-fii fe.iiiiKs .-tirpi'ip i'.i
her breast. Sadie secured ;i warrant
for the ares- of her husb.i-;:i. iaim
it.p that if tin re was to:nc to !e- a i( . k
up arty, she would noi be she only
fiiifst. Fred H.jstcn w'i' -s sui'-ci;-,-. . ut
iy served v ; ii ).- v. arrj.:-. :. i '..rzlv.s.
assault and i;a'te-. at:-.! he hi uadT
Accordinu to Hnstoti's s'ory his
dusky spouse m p .n to imbibe deeply
yesterday niorn liefore the sun had
peeped over the eastern hills. When
lie left on an errand he deposited a
bill i.ith hi wife, said sum to
tie used in defraying the telephone
bill. Instead of recompensing the
Bell corporation. Sadie proceeded to
invest the trust funds in the pi:dicious
purchase of fusil oil. W'hen hubby
n turned a heated argument ensued,
and Sadie. arming herself 'with the
bread knife, threatened to carve her
icvirg husband. The police were noti
fied and the carnage slopped.
screamed at the top of her voice, at
tracting the attention of Officer Kin
ney, who rushed to the spot and gave
pursuit to the fleeing Wager, who ran
through the railroad yards and made
his escape. The fellow was arrested
by the DaTenport authorities early
this morning, at his home, 501 East
Sixth street. This morning Miss
Meiers appeared at the' police station
and gwore out a warrant against Wag
er, charging assault with intent to
commit rape. Whether or not the pris
oner will come to the Illinois shore
without extradition papers remains to
PASSES TO REST
Lee Crowder Dies of Injuries
Inflicted by Robber on
Last Dec. 7.
,T i.e- Crowder. the S.Ivis hanker,
who cord-.i' ted a b'.nking business in
Sllvis at 1 .:.' First avenue, died yes
terday afternoon at 3 o'clovk at his
home in Silvis from injuries received
on the evening of last Dec. 7, when he
was terribly beaten by three bandits
' w ho robbed Mr. Crowder's bank on
that night. Thomas .Jefferson, alleged
to be one of the robbers, is now bein.i
held awaiting trial and tie may have
, to face a charge of murder as the re
' suit of the death i f Mr. Crowder.
Jefferson, it is alleged, heat Mr.
'Crowder into insensibility, fracturing
i two of his ribs. The fractured ribs
affecting his ftings causing an illness
i which finally resulted in death,
j Mr. Crowder was horn April IS. IS.":'..
! in Mt. Vernon. III., coming to Silvis
! in 1!H3. He started in the banking
' business and also conducted a general
' merchandise store. He is survived by
his widow, four sons, four daughters,
i one sister and one brother.
The funeral will he held tomorrow
CIICTMrUQ im-IBV Human Fiend Attempts Crim- afternoon at 2: so o'clock from th
OUolMiKO iNJUn; . ,A u , - J T t . :homc. The body will bo taKen to Mi.
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o A STIC ACTION !
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Order of OWLS
Reasons Why You Should Join
ATTACKED BY MAN
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I. I el
l lelilli.!. I ', I Tenth Street ; ( )1
'n ; S'ate Ibi ilk ti-iililui.
.1 Schro-'der. 74 i 'if
s '.el . V.'i.liatn V. S
! . ..'IJ Thirtieth htr"-.
I f .11 I (TIII Its.
I F.i,m 1011 F.igh tli str-ei. V.
, I'.ll Sivili .'neiire. I V. ( nr-
, . 717 Nineteenth street. l.ge.
I - 'I m n' fifth stn -t
lot: pol.it F. M I It V I I
i i.i' : .1 smith
i-i.it ii vi l ri:nvi.ni.
: in - iinlAeiler. 1 : : 1 Fift.li avenue;
Henry Ptpphet ?. a carpenter resid
ing on Eighteenth a-.etme. was pain
full.", injured this morning at about
) :; o'f lock at First avenue and NTn--tei
rth street, when lie sli pped off
tne curbing and slipned Mr. StpTietis
wr.s carrjing a lieavv tod chest full
of tools and when he fell the steel
fnuare fell out of the etiest striking
lorn under the right eye. inflicting a
severe cash 1 reuuired sevefl
stitches to close the wound
Public Take Notice.
That I wit! not be re-ponsiblc for
debts con; r'-ct ed by n: so.1, l.e iri.itd
A. Smith, or ch-vks signed hy him
a I.. W. Smith, after this da;e. March
17. ll'i:i. (1. .1. Smith. -Ad.i
inal Assault and Is Captured
After Exciting Chase.
Vernon for interment.
Luring 13-year-old Mathilda Meiers
of Havenport rnto a local caf last
night, Harry Wager, also of Davenport
: fr-r detaining her until she had miss
ed the last car. began a foot joumey
to tne Iowa shore. When the Rock
isl.ind Fuel company's yards at Twenty-third
street and Third avenue were
teat bed, the Havenport man. aged -.
on some pretext induced his compan
ion to step back off the street, and
th re attempted a criminal assi.t;:'.
plat inu his hand over her mouth to
prevent any outcry. Freeing herself
from the brute's embrace, Miss Meiers
The Scandinavian Temperance un
iof of Moline adopted drastic resolu
tions at its meeting last night in which
the city commission is called upon
to close pool halls on Sunday and
a committee is named, to work for
legislation prohibiting pool halls and :
moving picture shows to be open on !
the Sabbath. They endorsed the re-'
cert resolution tlTong similar lines on j!j
tne .Ministerial alliance ana also trie
resolution of the recent grand jury
vihtch declared that 75 per cent of
c-'me was traceable to the liquor traffic.
1st. Local Nests Order of Owls pay tick and accident benefit of
J 6 per week.
2nd. Local Nests pay $100 Peath Benefit.
furnish Free Physician for you !J
THE MAN IDENTIFIED MASLEY SECRETARY
OF LOCAL ELK LODGE
II I ,1
Vlii.j.-.: .i '"Hif". Vr,ii- j- S-EBr- V' Jjil':!,i!,s -
Attorneys for Ben Rrasmer. who is
on trial in the circuit court on a ( barge
of robbery, this afterno.m filed a mo
tion to acquit the defendant on the
grrnnds that he was no; i lie man nam
ed i:i th indictment. The indicime.it
is for Pn W. Rrasmer. and the de
fendant produced a birth certificate to
show that ii.- was christened Earl W.
Rrisir.er. Tne st.-i:e is suspicions of
the birth certificate 'nasnirch as it
avers the defendant is but 2" years
old when hit appearance is that of a
man of 2" or thereabouts.
Brasmer and Rupert Ross, co-defendants,
admit heating up the romtilaining
witnfss in the cns. hut d-ny the
charge of robbery on which .e;. are
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The many friends in the tri-cities
of Miss Bessie U. Kcbh will lea-n
with regret of her de-jtii which oc
curred yesterday afternoon at 2:4"
o'clock at the home of her parents.
Mr. and Mrs. William Robb. ir.'.'f.
Forty-first street. a'"ter an eight days'
i .In ss fif typhoid-pne;im nia.
Miss Robb was born Dec. 2. 1$:'.. in
Rock Island. She received her edu- a
lioTi in the public schools of the city
and was one of the members of the
confirmation class of Grace Lutheran
church in 1P0R. Surviving are tier
parents, six sisters. Mrs. Harry An
thon and Mrs. A-thur Oberlander of
Rock Island; Mrs. Charles Carlsoi
of Lisbon. Iowa; Mrs. K. KIdred of
Ttaver.por' : Mrs. Krnest Bind of Mo
line. and Mrs. .1. Ft. flivens of Kansas
City: three brothers. Frederick of this
fity. William of Kansas Cit. and
Thomas of Lisbon. Iowa.
The funeral will be held Thursday
afternoon from the home wi'h services
conducted by Rev. I. O. Nothste'u of
Gra. e church, with interment in River
side cemetery in Moliue.
FF.RI.ISON Fl 'XF.lt Al..
The funeral of William H. Fergu
sen was held this afternoon at 2
1 o i lock from the home of his son. C.
H. Ferguson, 745 Hennepin street.
Souh Rock Island. with services
which were conducted hy Rev. Marion
Humphreys. Interment was made in
1 chipplaritiock cemetery.
Fl XKR4I. OF MRS. MOFFI'IT.
Funeral services for Mrs. Eliza Mof
fitt were conducted this morning ar
l":?,fi o'chxk from the home. l.:2".
Fourth avenue, by Rev. T. E. Newland.
The body was taken to Reynolds. II! . ;
at r.oon. where services were held in !
the M E. church. Rev. Mr. Newland
again officiated. Interment was made
; in the cemetery at Reynolds.
j Ft XF.RI. OF ms. W RI).
j The funeral of Mrs. William Ward
, w as held This morning a S : no o'ciork
i from the home. S22 Tw er,ty.foi:rth
street, with srviies at Sacred Heart
church which were cond ic".er by Rev.
J F. !xckney. Interment was made
A' Uie regular meeting of lodge '
No. I'SO. B. B. O. 1-7, last night, .T. J.
Hat-ley vas elected to the position
of secretary, a second ballot being
found necessary ow ing to the fact '
' hat there was not a majority of votes
t as; for atiy candidate at the regular
!e tit n. 11 W. Cozad v as named del- !
egate to the grand lodge, which this
year convenes at. Rochester, N. Y., ;
while Lloyd Lamphere was appointed
alternate. The delegates for the state
convent i(.n, to be held in Rock Island
.tunc -1 a id were the same as
represented the local lodge at Joliet.
e., Sam Ryf rson. George Stephenson,
I .. m. Cast r el. 11. W. Cozad and J. A.
Wsddell. Twenty new candidates were
initiated. District Deputy Evey of
Monmcuth was present and addressed
th" local membership. A banquet was
.-erved following the business session.
3rd. Local Nests Order of Owls
and your family.
4th. Order of Owls will help you to get a position when you are
out of emrlovment.
5th. Order of Owls will help you in your business. They trade
with each other.
6th. Order of Owls furnish yon social advantages.
7th. Dues 50 cents per month; no assessment.
8th. After closing the Charter the initiation fee in this city will
9th. You do not have to take the initiation if you join now, and
the total cost is1 only $5.
10th. Owls gained Rfi.OOO members in lf!2. the fastest growing or
der in the United States.
11th. The Owls furnish their orphans a home and educate tnem
at South Bend, Ind.
12th. Owls pension needy widows of deceased members.
Don't miss this opportunity of joining 250.000 best fellows on earth.
Get in now and help make this the Leading Fraternal,
Beneficial and Social Order in the Tri-Cities.
Postal brings full information. Call on or write to
C. EDW. DAVENPORT, National Organizer.
Office in Mission Pool Room, 1827 2nd Ave. Rock Island
Office open evenings until 9 p. m.
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TO IGNORE CALLS
State's Attorney F. E. Thomp
; son Is in Dire Need of One
or More Assistants.
2 o'clock was what appeared to be a
big barn floating down the river.
Where the barn came from is a mys
tery. Supposition is that it must have
occupied some place near the shore up
thp. river and was carried off Its foun
dation by the high water. Several big
trees were also seen floating down the
river yesterday morning The rtver
is at the present time the h:gheBt that
it has been since early last wiuier.
I: J. Worden of Galesburg was in
the city yesterday on business.
Mrs. T. H. Putnam of Cedar Rapids
is isiting relatives in Rock Island
Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Lininger have
returned after a five weeks' visit in
Uie south and west.
Miss Mabel Carlson of Moline and
Miss Gladys Brown of this city left
last night for Chicago, where thev,
'11 make a two-day shopping tour.
Charles Fulmer, 1700
i That State's Attorney F. E. Thomp
son is sadly in need of one or more
; assistants is evident nearly every
morning. Yesterday, for instance, he
was wanted at four different places at.
i the same time. There were cases in
; two Moline courts w here the state w as
j the prosecutor, he was needed at the
police court in Rock Island and at his
: own office. In addition he had a case
in the county court that required his
Thirtieth i attention and during the afternoon it
street, lias departed on a three weeks was necessary for him to conduct a
sojourn in the south. He expects to criminal trial in the circuit court,
visit I'ensacola. Fla . and Mobile. Ala. I , m. Magill, Mr. Thompson's pre
). F Whinner of Springfield, 111., deoessor, had two assistants, one in
si - nt today in the city. Mr. Whitmer ; Rock Isiand and one in Moline. Both
TO DINE TONIGHT
About It" of the members of the.
Toastmasters- club of the Y. M. C. A.
are expected to attend the diuner
which will be given ihls evening hy
the f lub at the Christian church. Tlio
meetings will be held ifgularly from
now on. Seeral prominent speakers
will address those present and an en-
ijf.yable time is anticipated.
Praecipe Is Filed.
Th- praecipe in a $12,uo0 damage
suit against the Ocean Accident and
Mr. Whitmer ; Rock Isiand and one in Moline. Roth Guarantee corporation was hied in th
... i 1 ... . . n Tw . . . - i f II en I court llou rtf rni n 1.1 l.i- laur ii
is fi memner OI lue uouru ui u umcr. f rp .imuiir iurn. luub jr uie noiirn "u ,..i-?
nf fumn 3123 of SDrinefleld and his of sunervisors has not. seen fit to make ' Marshall who represe it Mrs. Mar
e-sit here had to do with the purchase an appropriation permitting Mr.
of various lodge supplies such as are, Thompson to have even one aso'.stant
kept in stock at the head office sup- The matter is to be taken up at the
p'y department. session of the board which begins to
morrow- and U seems probable t hat
the supervisors w!l make provision
Three Collectors Report.
and Cordova aDDeared at the . , . ..'..'. .
garet L K. B'an of Moline. The suit
is the result of the insurance com
pany's refiis.ii! to pay tin- policy which
the laie Ir W. () Beau held prior to
his death which occurred when he
was caught in a burning barn wlnb;
on a burring trip eatst of Moline
he needs to conduct his Important
county treasurer's office in the court
house this afternoon and turned over
the tax money which they have re
ceived for the 1912 levy. Four town
ships have now- been heard from and
others are expected to report from
d;y to day. so that it will not be long
before all the money is in the hands
if County Treasurer W. H. Whiteside, j attention yesterday afternoon at about
MANY SEE STRANGE
SIGHT IN THE RIVER
A sight which attracted considerahle
v. hi eh
Mclntyre as Auctioneer.
Ii. Mrli;iin- of this city is to
; am t:iiiii i'r Thursday night, at.
time the Moline club v ill set!
the furnishings which have seen serv
ice in their present quarters. Thu
nfw club building will soon be re-idy
for occupancy an ! all n w equipment,
i:- tc in. purchased.
, in Calvary cemetery.
i Taxpayers Attention!
! Please take notice tha- the tax ml
1 lector w ill begin to close the tax bookn
: March 20. 1&13. All de inquentg are
'cctified to pay the delinquent peroral
i tax if they w ish to save costs.
' JOHN HFNTOON.
Collector.- I Ad . )
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