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THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS
MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 30, 1912.
WILLBE BIG EVENT;
ALSO COL. LEVIS
LITTLE D AUGHT FR OE MEXICAN REBEL CHIEF WRITES PATHETIC
LETTER TO PRES. 7 A FT, SAYING HER FATHER IS NO MURDERER
TAILORED SUITS m FALL
IN MANY DELIGHTFUL
and DISTINCTIVE STYLES .
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Speaker to Be Heard at Illinois
Theatre Monday Evening,
nty Committee and Wilton Club to
Work Together In
The big event In the eanpaign In '
Rook Inland county will be the coming
of Speaker Champ Clark and Colonel
James Hamilton Lewis two weeks I
from today. It In likely that some of I
the other state candidates will accom-j
Iany the distinguished speakers. The
democratic county committee and the i
V'ilson Democratic club, which are I
vcrklng Jointly on the arrangements,
are making elaborate plans for th?
BrT two n i.inoh pRnniES.
As has been mated heretofore,
Speaker Clark makes but two speeches
In Illinois during the campaign and by
hip own request these speeches have
bef n assigned to the Fourteenth con
gressional district where bis friend,
Ciyde H. Tavenner, is running on the
democratic ticket for congress.
Colonel James Hamilton Lewis, dem
ocratic candidate for United States
ronator. has been assigned to the dis
trict on the same day. Rock Island
and Warren counties having been
honored. Accordingly it has been ar
ranged that speaker Clark is to speak
in Monmouth In the afternoon and in
Peck Island In the evening. Colonel
Lewis will speak In Hock Island or
Moline in th afternoon and at Mon
r.iouth In the evening. For the even
ing meeting at ubicb Speaker Clark
will be heard the Illinois theatre has
b'-en engaged. Whether Colonel
J.ewis will speak In Rock Island or
SToline In the afternoon has not yet
M'KAKEK H l-nt'l I.Alt.
In any event it will be a gala day
for Rock Inland county. Speaker
Clark waa the choice of the democrats
of this section for tho presidential
liuinluation and had the majority rule
lr the democratic national convention
applied would now be the nominee for
president. Like all good democrats
his coat is off for the winning ticket
and he Is making votes wherever he
freaks for Wilton and Marshall, the
choice of the party.
Speaker Clark goes from Hock Is
land to Munatine. also by his own re
quert as be Is interested in the re
election of Congressman Pepper.
The Rock Island county democratic
committee meets at the headquarters
in the Rock Island house Thursday
evening and the Wilson club will at
the regular weekly Friday night also
take up the plans for the meeting.
TO MEET THURSDAY;
Chairman Johnson 'and Secretary
McEnlry have issued a call for a
ri:eetlng of the democratic county com
mittee at democratic headquarters at
the Rock Island house at 8 o'clock
Thursday evening to arrange for the
judicial primaries to be held Saturday
and also for the Clark-Lewis meeting
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604 MAIN STREST
Ixs Angeles. Cal., Sept. 30. Fearful
lest the fortunes of war toss her fath
er into the hands of the United States
ub it has her grandfather, EKna, the
pretty seven-year-old daughter of
General Pascual Orozco who is living
with her mother, brothers and sisters,
in temporary exile in Los Angeles, has
laboriously penned a pathetic letter
to President Taft. in which she bees
for her grandfather's life and tei:s
the chief executive of this nation that
her father is a soldier fighting for
his country and not a murderer.
The letter was written on the front
steps of her home at Twenty-seventh
and Grand aveuue. Her brother sat
beside her. Procuring pen and ink
and paper the little senorita, who is
a bright child, versed in English as
WILSON IN LEAD,
SAYS PAPER POLL
The Chicago Record Herald'a first
straw vote on the presidential outlook
affords a happy democratic outlook at
this stage of the election, indicating
Governor Wilson's election to the
piesidency, with Roosevelt second and I installation of the Taylor system, and
: Taft third. Illinois is placed in the!88 a result every worker in the big
'doubtful column by the Record-Her- i shops on the island feels under obli-
aid. while the Fourteenth congTession-! Rations to him, and that this apprecia-
a! district, always regarded as safely ! "on will be expressed in the form of a
republican, is uncertain. Much will i well attended meetiug none of the
! depend upon how Judge Searle, the i arsenal men doubt.
republican nominee, declares himself i '
ot: the issue of bull moose or repub- '
licanism, and if the progressives
bring out a candidate his doom is cer-'
tain. The lower end of the district is :
reported overwhelmingly for Taven-1
ner who likewise is strong throughout
The Record Herald in a general way
A large portion of the 15.000,-
oin voters in the country are stiil 'on
the fence.' They are undecided as to
how they shall cast their ballots: they
are in a ruminative mood. All indica
tions are that the contest will be de
cided only in the closing two weeks
or more of the campaign. The vote'
that is at present silent will perhaps
be the most powerful of the factors in
i decid,,1B who wn Nov. 5."
RALLY IN MOLINE
Congressman William B. Wil
son, Tavenner and Others
The three men to whom the Rock
for defeating the plan to install the
Taylor system in the arsenal are to !
, speak ' at the Barrymore theatre in :
Molioe next Saturday night.
These are Congressman William B.TnoMpi0!V
Wilson of Pennsylvania, chairman ofj
the committee on labor in the house !
I of representatives; Congressman I. S.
Pepper of Iowa, and Clyde H. Tav-i
venner cf Cordova, democratic candi-1
date for congress in the Fourteenth !
district. , j
The meeting is to be the first im-
portant rally in Moline. ajd other)
democratic speakers w ui nave p.aces
on the program, among them being
l-i -, r ti J:J .
vju iuuuinu, cauuiuaie lor
Elan a and Daniel Orozco writing an appeal to President Taft, and
well as Spanish, sat down to wrtie.
Inside the dwelling a boy and an
elderly woman, the little son and the
mother of General Orozco, lay serious
ly ill. The boy is said to be pining
for his father whose playfellow he
was before the war. The elderly wom
an is broken down under the Btrain of
having a husband and a son in tha
field for many months. So ill Is she
that her daughter-in-law fears to tell
her of the elder Orozco's arrest by
United States troops at the border.
Little Klena's letter was penned to
the president in Spanish for it is In
her native tongue that she can best
express herself on paper although she
speaks the English language almost
"Dear Mr. President Taft" she
state's attorney, and B. D. Dyas, sec
j retary of the Arsenal Federation.
It is probable that a band will be
I engaged. The meeting will be well
I advertised among the laboring men,
! and assurances already have been giv
en that a capacity crowd will attend.
The Rock Island arsenal men are
especially interested in the announce
ment that Mr. Wilson will appear here.
As chairmaa of the house labor com
mittee heled the fight against tho
THISIS THE TICKET
TO VOTE FOR
For FreMrteat HOOUHOW WILSON
of ew Jeraey.
Far Ire Pmldnl THOMAS
MAKMIAI I of ladtaaa.
For t.vroor KDU ARD F. lU'WXE.
For Uratraaal Governor BAKHAT
O H 4 HA.
For Sreretary of Mate HARRY
For State Aadltor JAMKS J. BRADY.
For Mate Treasurer WILLIAM
For Altorary Geaeral P. J. LVCEY.
For ( ni(rrumri-at-l.atr W IL
LIAM EZRA WILLIAMS, LAWRENCE
For laltcd ftatea Seaator JAMES
For CoasreaaaMia CLYDE II. TAV
E.N.M.K. For Member of the State Board of
Eaailaatloa JOHX DAY.
For Member of the Legrlalat are E. L.
For tlrralt Clerk til" STAVE
For Rerorder B. F. SOMMERSOX.
For State'a Attoraer FLOD E.
For (oroaer DR. K. C. J. MEYER,
r'or Sarveror v. t. HIUBART.
For Probate Clerk FRAMv fct"S
TAFSO.V. ! Cruistr is In Port.
j George Sudlow's new cruiser,
"Gloria," which was purchased recect-
ly and brought here from Chieaeo
j through the canals, arrived in port
vesterdav tr u K,,tif,,i ta
t . . .. ..
fac-aimlla if letter.
wrote. "My papa is not a murderer.
He is a brave soldier fighting for
his country. Please don't let the
Americano soldiers give my grand
papa to Mr. Madero for Mr. Madero
would shoot him and that would kill
poor grandma." .
The Orozcos have moved four times
since coming to Los Angeles and each
time at the advice of men close to the
general. It is said Mrs. Orozco lives
in daily dread of the federal com
manders of the Mexican armies get
ting possession of her children In
some way. She says she left Mexico
when the federals threatened to put
the Orozco family between the firing
lines during battle if ever they could
lay hands on them.
WILSON IN STATE
THE COmING WEEK
To Make Speeches at Spring
field State Fair and in
Chicago, Sept. 30. Governor Wood
row Wilson will be in Illinois two
days next week. He will speak at the
state fair Wednesday, Oct. 9, and the
following day will be in Chicago,
where Hon. E. W. Hurst, chairman of
he business men's bureag of the dem
ocratic national committee, is in
charge of the arrangements. Govern
or Wilson will speak at the Iroquois
club at noon and in the eveninng will
be heard at the great regimental ar
mory on Wentworth avenue. All fac
tions of the democratic party in Chi
cago will join in the Wilson day pro
gram in this city. Charles Bocschen
stein, national committeeman from
Illinois, is devoting his time to map
ping out Governor Wilson's itinerary.
i Joseph E. Davies, western director of
the llson campaign, is the supreme
head of the arrangement plan for the'liam A. Aggert or his heirs. The man
candidate s tour.
The elTorts of Mr. navies and Mr.
Hurst for the last two weeks have
been turned toward making the gov
ernor's visit free from any factional
disputes or attempted factional dis
play of supremacy.
"The appearance here of Governor
Wilson will recognize all factions, but
emphasize none," said Mr, Hurst.
"The Iroquois club is interested In the
forthcoming visit and will lend its
good offices to make the occasion a
rousing one, productive of good to the
Rudo:ph Spreckles. president of the
Woodrow Wilson Progressive Republi
can league, arrived in Chicago jester- j
day and predicted the election of Gov-'
ernor Wilson. i
W e are making our fight w ithin the j
republican party In supporting Gov- j
einor Wilson in this campaign," said
Mr. Spreckles. "There is no doubt ia '
my mind that the rank and file of the j
rcnit,iin no-..- i . !
republican partj is progressive and
that President Taft does not represent'
i f,"1" '
"Mr. Roosevelt's organization is the
! most on-democratic of all In the pres -
HAY 8 n AIK HEALTH
The indications are tht a large rep-rtse-itation
of Rock Island county
democrats will see the next president
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Democrats should keep in mind
the primary to be held throughout
this judicial district, Saturday,
Oct. 5, for the purpose of nom
inating a candidate for circuit
judge. The democratic candidates
for the domination are C. B. Mar
shall and S. R. Kenworthy of Rock
Island and W. R. Moore of Moline.
It Is the duty of every democrat
to cast his vote for one of these
candidates in the primary elec
tion. WASHINGTON ATTORNEY
AFTER FORMER ISLANDER
County Clerk H. B. Hubbard has re
ceived a letter from Attorney K. W.
Spalding of Washington, I). C, in
which information is sought concern
ing the present whereabouts of Wil-
sought for enlisted in Company c.
Seventh Iowa cavalry, prior to the
Civil war and gave Rock Island as
THE COMB'S MORNING STORY
You know the itory the comb (ell.
1 h Z 7 a i 6 ' a aa
Day by day, a tew more itrandt are add-
ed, of hair that is turning grey, loiing lit
vitality, iu strength and iu health,
Grey hair U aa unbecoming a old age.
Na,ura' pride hould have iu own say.
XirW.Uh ' 'Ck UD .?d H 'J
LHJ 1 Y to appear so. I ou can t evenlJLKJN.
t it 7ilwef lhre.d begin to ihow.
' r,. "Y,n Womon" s., .i..v.
j The grey bain belong to the chaperon and
to the grandmother.
! Stay out oi the grandmother clan, until
' your year utity it, by uung
M..a. wm; urn
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aaa m M tit nrirr ar.ri a ler-K nam RmA ltlf ttr
I uial bouic-rBila Hay acc Co. Newark, fi. i.
Governor to Make Speech To
night if Enough of Faithful
Can Be Rounded Up.
Governor C R. Deneen. together
with the reninder of the republican
"office for life crew" on thp state
ticket, Is due to blow into Rock Is
land about 8 o'clock thia evening.
The governor and other republican
candidates and henchmen are on a
campaign tour, having started out.
this morning from Chicago. At any
place along the line where a voter
is known to reside, their train was
scheduled to stop and speeches were
to lie made by various members of
the party according to the importance
of the town.
Energetic efforts have been mad
in the past two days by friends of
the governor to get up enough enthus
iasm to permit of the renting of the
Illinois theatre or some other place
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Makcift (it Wonlir Ciarmnfm
that would really hold an audience.
The efforts were wasted, however,
and to avoid appearing before an emp
ty house, the Illinois theatre will not
be used. Turner hall will serve as a,
roundup place for the faithful.
In the party with Governor Doneen
are. Lieutenant Governor J. C. Ogles
by, Secretary of State C. J. Doyle,
Attorney General W. H. Stead, State
Auditor J. S. McCullough, Andrew
Russell, candidate for state treasurer,
a-id R M. Chipperfleld and W. E.
Mason, candidates for congressman at
A reception committee is to meet
the party at Cordova or Port Ryron
and escort them here. Rernard li.
Connelly in t'i preside at the political
iii? cting tonight.
You arc requested to meet at 119
Fourth avenue, at. 1:30 p. m, Tues
day, Oct. I, to attend the funeral of
Profiler William Irwin.
IV F. KNOX. President.
J I'. PIN'KINCKR. Secretary.
Licensed to Wed.
I.udolph F. I.inilstrotn Rock IsMnd
Miss Matille Itest'iiherg Molin
Alexander Hashaw Rock Island
Mlhs Anna Partell Rock Island
Gas & Elecfric Co. W