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"llIK ROCK ISI.AXD .ARGUS. SATURDAY. FEBRUARY- 27, 1915.
BUILDING A CHUTE .
I branch. t-resot and conveyed fra-
er-.al gre'.r. Krfreahrr.etita were
rved aid there was a arr.cker. I
LUNOAHL coal company takes
MOLINE COMMISSION ON
JUNKET TO EE CCVICCS.
Erect Oa i Ded While C.t-
Fit t Move.
i EIGHT HOURS TO
FREE BIG TRUCK
REPORTED THAT AN ATTEMPT IS
j TO BE MAOE TO ELECT THREE
! MEN IN MO'.INE.
A a ti'.:
ui tr.e !.. between
CENTRAL FIRE COVPANY OF MO
LINE THEN FACES TASK OF
GETTING KUO OFF.
i Pro-Commissionltes, Alarmed. Plan
Rigorous Qui for All Those
Running for Off.ce.
ti Luada&i Ct foa.:.e aa tiffi ;
of pmpff; List car the ra-.readi
trwka la th of F.n'& ar.d
Tifi!i rr. Mol.. or t'.e '.
tloo cf a rt,sl Biiii.'.f -! o-i
(nmpa:V arr.t. tn- el'r crr.rri;-'
ia .! M Miy r a ! a I'.ir !
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may al " t r.jrrr- t- " de
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r wr Cn!!r fkn to Prvw r.i
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hi- t.- r '-it l'k .V.,!.:.-
TKrtiltn Covii-I Proceed. rq.
T q ii!nn r ra'!7 ton tar.k
In tti riff fi.ronn !ih at;
Irat rn'!'4wi. t- i.-ln'ril' In frl-r ;
tr b :&f'irm I rr '.'. ijb,'t lK.
irBBlr jrr-t to ti ak- a j:r.i-t at'
t?: row! ffimt4aT' tc r. .
B-f tiit !f '' r..m-r !- J" n"t
f-nl p-rrn) iift t i:H fv. '.. at
th--y f .T.rt to n.tn.U-:... f.rK 'l
lr. to romwl l(ir.i t' ! IT-t. rt
or f;.ly t:.a". .' ?f'- .n.rni
e:V a ? rr.i t .... v .:: at
. to r.:ota b s nt .!':
. Rumbli.-iis rontlr.a to -on; from
'!it Diopfrer.t !o abfIi''U the foxmli-,
!fti form of rT5iT.ni''Tit !a "o!!a. j
lalnt rumor 1 to th efert that !-ad-'
! er !n tb an:! procram. harinit Kivea j
: up for th lira b'nr the -fTort to
'hrltii; ahojt an r-!--tion r.n the st-ji.j -t
of a rturn it the ;'JTtiinlc forn. ,
It e.'s'.t t v;r for f. cettra:
r.re fi-.;i3jr .f llo;;tf to K-t la eotn
L:ti.,t. trj'k "'it rf the tnj-I on
!"r,ny rr.:. I :-. r-'r.lay. N.t till
w-nz'.y !r t'.e r(.-j.rr.T:t finally
r-.rw ! f.rV tu :h aft-T ill
-!.a.rr . efort to riri th - ce of i hae l-:m-l USr t:at!oa o a cam
fir a" tie r.on.! f Jj;;3 Mau-tie. j " ,
r.t-a.a .f f N 4 rar.r. and ! who r nerrcily I'.nod up :th l..rn ;
.t . T:.- had . an4 w!,o p:- !fo their han. 1. ,
al -JI Sav .r r.. an.r.C I: lf'!aT-
A tzx'. .jnar.t.tjr ff Ma.-il aa 1
t!x-tn. a dra .'ark' ut.4 i !reou
ou a...'air f th rella!.! "Miudi
J- . r r- i i'r' l to r--t the vel.lrl..
f,.jr r.f .-. m:re ir.to h!-ii 1! I.a4 ur.v
.p to 'he rjcaln boards.
WIFE 0FC0L0RAD0 HEAD
- . . . , V. rl'. r..v'nv tltr V. ft'
f.r a chane" In gjTrr.mrnt it the t rcl j
rf four ( ir4. It re-or.el trial .
in.t"cjc to lay ouch piar. wan h-M j
durinjc !ho lant fl' and that d.-v. !o;.
mer.tn t.T nie w.rt may lie expert -.j
shortly. It U ald that st-me of t! nse
wh bit ruriio out for rornn.l-l''n'-r
are at re-rt la ftvor of th- ald rnraiilr j
fi rm and !'! ork with the ar.'!. i
WILL SPEAK AT BANQUET :cT.ter1 their ..rrnrth n I-ha-r .f
thre of the the fart Ion rr.l-fct he
.'!r. C.,rr . ftrlw.r.. !! of th" !a!le to elect them nd thu tt i'.n rox.
jT-.w-rr.-- f olora-lo. aecorr.pany ; trol of tUe ciai h!nry of povrrnn.'Tit
hr L-.raf:1 to M.-i:n for th- am.ua! Are Taki.n Serlouaty.
tr.f-t.rg e? tJ-e n'atr Se.t?h-Atrert- While 5'trh report! W'-ar. tn view
n KiiMnti I'acue tt le held ' of Mirfar Indications, to be a trifle
Vjrrh Mm 'ar;n f..vi tik-t aa ' (Ar fetched. !iey are taken seriously In
. ti par' in t..it-ric bT husbaa 1 certain quarter. To nurh a d?re are j
in l.l ifo t-tf . on h troRrani . tliry plren crrdenre that there are j
for aa a'iilre at ttir baaiurt to be reports that thoe who believe in the
h-ij in h- ftrr.;.-(. U h;!e n tl rornmlKs'on f.rm may pel together "ir
rfty .:e ml. h r,.erta:nl by a ron
' rr.it'.-e or "i::n ar.a inirn ia- -an
.!'.! .- of h:. h r.J.-. J. II Oaklea? lrr ' a:lcal!y qntzzinE ai! the ran-liilates.
'. rbairtuan. t-pattlnr them cn rwonl to th-ir
' ! T! -Ket f.-r th" J. tn Krfrsson !y i yr;.;.ati p aad esaetinK from
lanr.:.'t he .iared on a next ; certain promises to be fulfilled in the
Mn-iay by Bnrf of the rotnmit- ; (.vent of thoir el'-ctkn
t cf nt.rh fi. l . JoCElio-. i cr.air
tr "i r.
jj "7e Standard of Value and Quality" j
!!i . I ii I lit IMIhI Hlllliiliiililf II iliiilti ill i! ill t m I
1 The Paige Six Has Done It I
S days. Yet it has Jij
Uiuiiir.-"M ua r
,rn-j inn the cor.iir.5 nwk and form an or j
' wa'ti'lrti for the purpose of tymem-
FUSSY OVER GAPS!
niCT7 Tn HADITfil
DEVOY A?'D AN ATKINSON UIL.I4- IU umi UN
SIGNED BY MOLINE TEAM itITU TUC DflDCDQ
HUH MIL I nl LIIU
MEMBERS OF MOLINE BRANCH
WANT WEEK TO MAKE UP
MINO ABOUT STYLES.
t Waii'-r I'--oy. f:ie uluzs'.K oatfi-M-'tr
.'.- letj t.-.e fim in hiliir lat-t
i on t.a rer-irn.-I liu Tc.J rr.titra i
to ..ana- r I!i.k:i of the Moline clut
Aa. tuer io !.a th raiA 1h Jo-. Ko.-
i ilti k. a i.-it:. paw hurier w:o wurki-O
' U.t .a-.n fr Atkinson nnd ho has
JUDGE ELECT FOR MOLINE CITY
COURT EXPECTS TO RETURN
C. O. iJietx.
judee-elert of the M
in Springfield today
Itt-r earrlern ar a fuTy alc.-.t
lh ir l ailj:jr a .nni ii, n.uf
than thoae lir sij l.'nlr ih'prr:nc IU
the lort ct t"r-. rf-t l ir, f'n'r pr-
i I.S...I v.lf''. rr-.r.v othr et!il-Droi
.' ... ' , v..r- fl i line city court.
.l"y fZV Inc.e. In beht and 200 I the purpo., of f. Hn the paper.
:,i, ir, weiK.t. H!- home i, at! nectary to recur., h is commi..on
ifhrnoa. LI, whre he wa n ared on a ; t5,e!llU-y Pfh t!'f tl';e;
f i will file certificate fhowlag flrst that
i t.,-,. 'an election was held at which the
f.it!-. tin (.cm 3r'.I to n:av an e-
Libit! n rame w.th William and aelitl ,
U--ji: K- at Ardo April I
branrh No f-rl lav enrn " SOPHS HAVE BIG TIME
other election was hold at which Mr.
J rirtz wa duly elected juige and .J. A.
Srhrader clerk, and third, that a cen
sus was taken at which it was eftah-
rfnal of th- tirnr np nr !n tr-'-(
to a.cpl'. ami i:t-inin j.ri:.c i
tjlr and the r- ;t wat that ar.otl.rl
w r,-k will b- lu n by t:.e v.-rrj f
the army la hlh t t:ui.t' up t.i .r :
While th It-ttrr rarri-r- wr not
dUeuatns uprio (.. lK.-r they w-re
talking of th- Hamil bit! for the p-n-l
akoblr-K of rn.p!u jf te d. partnu t j
which no bf.re rnr,;rr. Mr.
llrrcr th alr.i!jn. sat.l the impr-
loo la Krneral that ruixrwrt wul pa
the measure. lie told (t roo j.-i
AT HIGH SCHOOL PARTY ' that tha city has a population of
j more than 2a. 000. This fpecial cerj-
S ombres rf the y 'vii: c l.lfh ' rtl was taicra to prove the larper pop
. . . . rljr.vJ ih.-lr r.rst partv In the ! ulatlon. thereby Biakinc It rotsihle to
n.-w- t-ulldlnK Friday evening w hen Ax th salary of JudKe at 1300 where
two ?:avl"V. -VMrhi Fnder PKi- t by It would have been but IC.C00 if the
.-r-, A,.tn.nl.tir vr-! ooDula'.lon bad been beloir that fipure.
1 r. r.r.....n-l with m;ch Buc- a hown by the federal census.
ce-s IJr;r.-shm. r.ts were c n-d. Judpe HMz hopes to compl-te all
fhoerot.:- were the MIm-!i I.aClalre. pr.-!lr.iinaries :n time- to open the city
! V.,rv an.i I.n3::c ar,.l !- V. TilloL i court TaeHday. April 13.
ol tre r.:a s.iooi i jru.-.j
The Paige Six Has
The new Paife "Six-46" has been on exhibition in our Sales Rooms scarcely
already attracted more attention, and won more favorable comments than any motor car ever locally exhibited.
It is already the most talked-about motor car in. Island That has been its reception everywhere.
The profound impression it has made is universal. The Paige "Six"' is the most talked-about car in the
United States today.
The new Paige "Six" has already won the title of "The-year-ahead" car. It is already recognized as an
epoch-making car at a record-breaking price $1395.
It is more much more than the lowest priced seven-passenger "Six" on the market.
It is a "Six" of super-quaiity, regardless of price. It establishes new standards of "Six" values. It has
fixed at $1395 the top-price one need pay cr should pay for maximum power, flexibility, elegance and luxury
in a motor car.
Why The Paige "Six" is Epoch-Making
Power, speed, distinction, beauty are expressed in the
body-design, a masterpiece of coach building. The
Paige "Six" is a great big roomy car 124 inches of
wheel base giving luxurious comfort to all seven pas
sengers. From 60 miles an hour to 3 miles an hour on high
gear is the range of the wonderful Paige-Continental
motor 3-j by 5'4- The world of power in the Paige
"Six" is responsive to the slightest move of the throttle.
That means a marvel of flexibility, too.
Yon can never know motoring luxury and ease until
you ride in the Paige "Six." This miracle of easy
riding has been accomplished by the wonderful Paige
Cantilever Spring Suspension.
"Extra Value" Features
Count the extraordinary Paige Features check them
eff with any car at any price: The large unit Gray 5c
Davis lighting and starting system, the unexcelled Ray
field carburetor, the Bosch magneto (standard ignition
of the world), multiple disc clutch with cork insert,
zig-zag cellular type radiator, for lubrication the com
bined pressure and splash systems-
These are but a few of the many exclusive features
of this magnificent motor car. Eut don't they convince
you of the unquestionable supremacy of "The Ultimate
Six"? Don't they show the reasons why the Paige
"Six" is "The-year-ahead Car" and an epoch-making
car at a record-breaking price?
DaGrertea of thi wonderful car
tr bound to offer ua a problem.
Orders placed now mean early
The Paige-Detrcit Motor Car Company
Paige Motor Sales Co.
323 Nineteenth Street
Come ae "Tha Talk of the
Town" also lea the world
famous "Glenwood 34" tbe
leader of the Four.
HAIL, MATES, THE
WATER TOWN MAN PROFOSES TO
RUN AN AUTO TO COMPETE
tiona to otUer po-torTc.-. tr-iny
which have b ! rompe!!"-.! to lay oTT
c!rk and carrier, thereby a.T'--c
IN M0LIHE LODGES
RATHBONE PLEASES VITH
il LINCOLN TRAGEDY STORY
fiat tbt Original and Genulna
Tha FMd-drfaik far All Agts.
FcWaiJxInaIk!r,aTKi Growing cKUrm.
PureNutnbon.np busking the whole body.
Rir-S tr.3k. malted tr'm. in powder form.
A a-mick bach prepared ia a niirale.
Take folwtifatc. Ask for HORUCK'S.
Hot in Any Milk Trust
!r.5 , Henry R. Uatlibone of Chicago Prl
t-i. rr were instate t r.aay evt o-aay er,.nlnff treated the MoUne UlufT
Ir. t K.nK J'!.;. p Hayr.;aer of i Men's club and members of Graham
Starts Monday Morning and Expects
to Cut the Time to Moline and
Back Half Hour.
post. a. A. IL of that ciry. to the mct
1 !ir.. as I'iiowa:
i hlrf Hayma.er Kail KaiK. : Kraphle desrrtp'.lon of the assar-sina-ij.i.f.-i
rfcf llivniak'r Kiattnari .. i i .v.. i.i....-
j - . ....... - . - - j noa oi i.i a uu i u rirr ,it-u m inu iu"
;r:ty. The aon of Major Henry i- iut:i-
boue. friend of the war prwldi-nt. who
with bis lfe occupied a box with the
presidential party at the time of the
traK-dy. bruiinht Into play a hlh de
free of dramatic skill la the recital of
' the tragedy. He also discoursed at
ume lencth upon the life and charac
ter of Lincoln and applied the princi
ples for which he stood to the solu
tion of modern problems of govern
ment. For the next nicotinic of the club on
the fourth Friday in March it was an
nounced that the club will be addreas
ed by U A. FTltre. city chemist.
A report was made by Rev. U. S
llaney. H. J. (irlpp and Mayor Carlson
ou tn movement to secure 2 1-2 cent
farea for school children.
Hrn.-r O'to It..-.! wagoner.
I'at t'!ii"f tntt KTlundt.
Keeper of Kecord and Collector
C V. Mo.. re
Ki-p,-r cf Ca.-h-Iloy HaTonl
t;-:arJs C. A. ls-rit asd Fra:.k I!-
Horn r.!.er 1 It. HuHte.
la4 Irivrr .Vllliam Mueller.
K;-. TM'. P ?rib No. t. I. O. R. M.
Friday evecif.e. elected FTrlc I)eTene to
surreei Warren Rahn urn senicr saiia
nrt re Mr. K-:.n had reslsned.
A'.l 'he cew ail ibe time The Arrjs.
Visit the Pacific Coast
You should see California and the Pacific coast; you
should see the great Panama Expositions! Yon should
see the Golden West. Europe has nothing to offer that
win equal what you will see in your own country by
aTailicg yourseT? of a
Rock Island Scenic Circle Tour
Choice of reaya. cbote of rotrtea. rho'ce of aeveral fast lim
ited trains Including Use fataoua "Golden Stat Limited" to Califor
nia: "Rocky Mountain Limit ed" to Colorado.
Th expert e will r moderate. Let one f ortr representallrea
oaUUM a trtp. They are trav experts, who will heJp yon plan a
woederfol and aa conotalcat ontlrc. give yoa fu'l tnformaUon
About California, the Expoal tiona. and how peat to see them, and
look after every detail cf your trtp.
IntereaUng Uurature on California and tao Expoaitloaa on re-qoeaL
Very Low Fares For Round Trip
F. U. PLUMMER, Ticket Aent
S. A. B0D. G. A. P. S.
ftotn Capoaitiora ineludd in on ticket at no extra coat
San Diego San Prancisco
DAIRY CATTLE'S PRICE
HIGH AT SAELENS SALE
From the manner in which dairy
cattlo eold at tho Cyriel Helena sale.
in m'les east of Frospecl park in
Not only Is tho Tri-City Railway
company to have competition by auto
with its city lines, the jitaey bus bav
ins started durinir the last week be
tween Moline ond Hock Island, but
the lnterurban Ueld is to be invaded.
Next Monday morning a seven passen
ger auto will be started by Frank
Ma'oerry of Watertown and will make
regular tris between :hat place and
Mo'.ioe. Uy using State street tiirouch
the ear, part of Kast Moline and thus
obtaining a :noro direct route than the
lnterurb'tn follows, tho auto Is expect
ed to make the round trip In an hour,
reduclnK the running time of the trol
ley cars 30 minutes. Tho start at Wa
tertown will be madt from Vogler's
restaurant on tht half hour, while the
VanderVennc-tt clothinK store will be
tho terminal at the Moline end. the
firm apreelng to provide a small wait
The distance bPtween terminals i?
approximately five miles and the fare
GET TO THE CAUSE
Rock Island People Are Learning tha
There is but little peace or comfort
for the man or wdman with a bad
will be 10 cents, asa'nt 5 cents)
charped by the interurbau company.
. Carry Shop Workers, Too.
In addition to the trips to and from
the city the car wi'.l make parly morn
inK trips to the Last .Moline factory
distiict to accommodate Watertown
men who are cT.'. ployed there.
Mr. Maberry formerly was chauffeur
for Dr. V. E. Taylor. He has been in
Kans;is City for six months operaiing
a jitney bus there.
BONUS FOB LOREE
STATUS IS SAME
AT SILVIS SHOPS
INDUSTRIAL SITUATION IN AND
NEAR MOLINE NOT MUCH
CHANGED DURING WEEK.
At the Silvls shops today it was
necessary to lay ofT 130 more men be
cause of the strike of the 12 electric
ians there a week aeo. This leaves
about one-fourth of the regular force
employed. Prospect? for next Aveek
were not bright today. Superintend
ent S. W. Mullinix stated that lie had
no option In the matter of reducing
the force, inasmuch as much of the
machinery at the shops is operated by
Leeds in lf0'J 1. said he hnd hern 'i
itmwiii in iiv tti tiie Rock Islar.fl uini'T
! an nrrrppmeiit th;it. lie receivft fc!rk
wortli a minimum of $150,000 at the
lend of two years. When he left t:i"
company "because tho situation lie-
ami unsatisfactory" he was friven
$50,000 car-U and Now .Jersey hoidittR
company niock having a face value of
Mr. Hoid tt-.-tifir-d lhat orpr5iizatjon
of tlie two holding coin pan with
. 'total capitalization of $S50.000.miO, had
mt no additional burden on the ojer
atiti company. He also said condi-
the executive committee of the Chi- j tk,ns h;ul so changed in the railroad
cago, Itock Island and Pacific railroad, : world of recent years that he would
the same amount for serving simul- j "t now accept as a gift control of
taneously as chairman of the executive j any western or southwestern railroad,
committee of tiie Frisco system and a "When you cut the earning lowers
guarantee of $500,000 additional con-. of railroads by fixina; rates, and every
stituted the compensation pledged to ! thins: else koos up ia the way of taxes.
L. F. Lcree when he left the presi- j conditions are worse' he sa:d. "I ani
dency of tiie Baltimore and Ohio road "t complainins of the waes we muft
to join the Rock Island forces. He ;' Pay. htit of what we get to pay wapes
held the new places ten months in i w ith."
1914 and then was asked by Daniel G. j Sir. Foik remarked that officers of
Ueld to resign. j the company had been Riven salaries
Complying, he received in settlement i of $25,000 to $123,000 a year, and asked
I EX-HEAD ROCK ISLAND AND
i FRISCO COMMITTEES TELLS
OF DUAL PAY.
Washington, IJ. ('., Feb. -1. An an
nual salary of $37.r,uO as chairman of
of his agreement with Mr. Leeds $450,.
000 in Rock Island Railway bonds.
Mr. I.oree testified to tiiis effect at
the interstate commerce commission's
investigation of the Rock Island's
financial affairs during the Reid-Leeds-Moore
control from 1301 to 1914.
Another witness was .Mr. Reid him
self, who defended the "big salaries"
electricity and it is impossible, to
handle it without e'ec.tricians. What j paid to Rock Island official
me s:uiuuon is ai i uicago. wnere tne that he would not row accent as
if Mr. Reid objected to such salaries.
"There was not a man there who
was not worth what he was getting,"
said Mr. Reid, adding that m'n cap
able of operating an 8. 000-mile railway
system were entitled to all they could
get, "even if it was a million a year"
Mr. Reid said what the railroads
needed was "more rates, n,-)iv tariffs
declared I and less legislation."
! Mr. Reid said tiie i.urclia -
original strike took place, is not gitt the control of any western or J 7""risco lines had cost t he Rx
Pcuth Moline FTlday. it is evident that i back. The distress begins in early
toe hoof and mouth disease is not tnornin? keeps up throuRhout th
greatly dreaded by the farmers and flay. It's hard to get out of bed. ifa
dalrvmen of this county. The cattle torture to stoop or straighten. Plast-
were in Rood s'aape. There
of them and the average price
known here, the local electricians who
went there to investigate having fail
ed so far to return.
Aside from the reduction in the
force at Silvis there has been little
change in the industrial situation in
and about Moline during the last
week. The Moline Plow company laid
a few men off in the shipping depart
southwestern railroad and that when : $10.000.ono and was a "regrettahie mis
he and his associates took over the lake." Purchase of the Chicago and
Rock Island it had a "surplus" of j Alton he would not admit utid' r niie
$8,000,000, "but no railroad.'' being I tioning had cost th company a.noiis'f
merely a "streak of rust." II said I $.000.0UO. saying the Clov.-r L'-af
also a man capable of operating an i bonds, while "not now known in the
8,000-mile railway was worth $1,000,000 ' market sense," might ' work out
While Mr. Loree was on the stand
der the receivership.
Senator New lands introda' e.' a M.i
meut one day and put them at work (he said he had no quarrel with his ! 'luring the day to empower ti e cow
again the next. At Deere & Co.. the j "employers." and knew of no project ! rnerce commission to examine- a'l Pa
men are being worked nine hours and with which he was not in sympathy, j pen? of a common carrier, inrpidms
no change in the schedule or the num- I hut Mr. Reid had askr-d him to re-1 correspondence. T'ni would a:ia-nd the
ber of employes is anticipated for ! sign, saying the directors faced the ; law to meet the supreriM- eo n' s dect-
w-erei ers an liniments may relieve, but ' the next few days, at least. necessity of sustaining his actions and 1 sion that tire commission did i:ot hvs
cannot cure if the cause is Inside The Velie Carriage com nan v next 1 losing the services of several other 'power to insuect the correct .udence
obtained was $5.$4. the highest being: lh kidneys. When suffering so. use j Monday will begin working 10 hours J officers, or of parting with his serv-jof the Louisville and Na-hvi.l
1121 and the lowest $-16. A team of Doan a Kidney Pills, the tested and ; instead of nine. This company has ! ices.
horses went for $470 and 321 chickens proven kidney remedy, used In kidney i kept its full force busy riht a'or ! Asked
brought $27. Tha proceeds of the
sale were nearly $3.00
Mr r?oi,i .ini imc crriAi ictc ta
fi-n..Ki.. r -a ,x . ' ' . ' T.. . . . - inwiimi uomi-io i o
ijuau a ciipei lnienaeni r.. a. larDox stated naa mace ot his request tbe witness '
Kidney Pills are recommended by todav. but it . will not nut ni an v m.-.re ! renlied : I
JUDICIAL COMMITTEE OF
FORMER DAYS IS ACTIVE
J. B. Oakleaf cf Moline. W. T.
Chun of Aledo and "W. C. Ward of
Sterling, members of the old judicial
committee before the daya of primar
ies hare l.sued a call for members of
tbe committee, together with the coun
iuuusauus iur just sucn cases. i-Toor men.
of their effectiveness In the testimony
"a POLLING PLACE
done fne work In my case." says C. ' IS FIXED AT W ATERT0 Wfl
M. Fisher, of 832 First avenue. Rock '
PICK CANDIDATES MAR. 8
"I don't know what was in Mr. Raid's !
mind. I then and there resigned and
arranged terms with him."
R. A. Jackson, general counsel for 'tewnship eiectieti
Poci.-list.s of Moliiie town-hip are
( to have a full tic:;et in the field for th
ns t:s-:al. A o'"'
Island. I suffered from, rheumatic
twinges In my back and my limbs
wero stiff. I did not sleep well and
In the morning I felt all tired out. .
When 1 saw Doan's Kidney Pills ad-
tho Rook Island from 1902 to 1910. also' vert' ion call has hern hsucj by w
I told th commission tip hrwl ocL- Wilson, c 'iairrT'Tin ar-ti A. iUH'rif'
The fourth polling place in East Mo-f.rf to r,ste.n hv Mr nA ! rti. rVrtt c!!ir.,. fcr a iif. ting
ty chairmen, to meet at Rock Island ert'.sed. I got a supply at the Harper
Friday. March 5. t 2 p. m . fcr tho
purpose of r.akmr arrangements for
j the nomlnatloa of three candidates for
Judge In the Fourteenth Illinois dis
trict to b chosen at the election next
newj ail the Cue TLe
ifoasn Pharmacy. They gave me Im
mediate relief. Tbe action of my kid
eps was regulated and all the other
troubles were removej.
Pric 50 t a!! dealers, fon't sim
ply osk for a kidney remedy get
Doan's Kidney PHIs the same 'Mot
Mr. Fisher had. Foster-Mllbura Co.,
Ptobs, BuCaio. N. Y. lAdr
line for the spring elections will be in knowledge of wav. " While h.i n ' Turner hall cn the rv
the old village hall at Watertown. The ' agreement, he had received $100 000 -March 8. for th purpose of nom'nat
former village cf Watertown now ron- j fcr -past s(.rvk-es and all matters and la candidates,
striates the Fourth ward In the city. I things" between himself and the vari-!
otnpr rw'l-ng places will be as ; ous Rock Island comnanls ht! Bia Crowd at Coon Eall.
First ward Raeemerit
; "You were
Five ii'ir!dr''J a! en led the i ena
won firit pri
appearing man an 1
not called on to do anv elwn V.v trilirio livl-.-i 'o 1
I act von didn't think uiir',.t tn ..!. i-r;.i..,- - r..i' ha.t
, - . c iema;aone. asked the commission's coun-: Ralph lijnrii
--vu.!e. :sei, Joseph . Folk. i
v-,a " -r 7,. . . , I llem never askad me lo any-i Hunch as the best app.-ann
........ auimr-iiamr i cirl net think was all right." J .MiSs Madison wen f.r
: iuv:i cai.c, near v., U. 6z m. sta-'was the answer
lio- C. H. Warrea.
.. it.,' ;i
rnr -o -
' .. . t . 2 1 r : - i i I .ntt v LOO
1 lilllL'B, K lilit; UI' .IdlU ,lli"1 'V
arrea. assistant to President , the prize fcr comical makeup.