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THE ARGUS, THURSDAY. MAY 2, 1907.
Sustains Defendant. Judge Jackson
yesterday sustained the motion of Ruel
H. Cook to instruct the jury in the
case of S. A. Kong against the Daven
port IxK'omotive works to return a ver
dict for the defendant. The verdict
was accordingly returned. Mr. I-ons
was injured by reason of a heavy iron
frame falling on his foot and crushing
his toes. Through M. V. Cannon he
asked for $10,000 damages. The ground
was taken that Gus Clausseti. the man
who was assigned to help him pile the
heavy frames, was incompetent.
Sends Young Burglar to Home. Ar
thur Hillman. H years old. one of the
boys arrested for hi caking into the
Duggleby meat market and robbing the
cash drawer of $S. was taken before
Judge Jackson in the juvenile cotif
late Tuesday afternoon. Assistant
Countv Attorney Kawden appeared for
the state, and after due deliberation it
was decided to send the boy to the
Orphans' Home, rather than to the re
form school. His mother has been
dead for a number of years and th
father is unable to give him the proptt
care and attention. The father agreed
to iav Si; a month for the keeping of
the bov at the home.
Threatens Detective. If Detective
George Shanley is caught in fervent
prayer during the fair days of May.
attends church more regularly than us
ual, displays an unusual amount of
leniency towards his prisoners, and in
other ways shows himself growing bet
ter day by day. his friends will know
it is because he realizes his days on
earth are numbered. If the threats of
.Mrs. Ieona Wedley. wife of the col
ored burglar, George Wedley, are car
ried out. Mr. Shanley will be a dead
one in less than six months and will
be placed under the sod before that
time. This is the warning Mr. Shanley
received in a letter from Sheriff Jack
son at Ottttmwa, where Wedley was
convicted and sentenced to eight years
in the penitentiary Tuesday.
Big Suits Settled. The two suits
brought by W. 1 Halligan against the
Tri-Citv Railway company for thc
death of his child. Marie Halligan, aged
11 years on Sept. 1. l!oC. will not bo
tried in the district court. The matter
has been settled out of court and the
two suits will be dismissed. The Tri
City Railway company, through its at
torney. R. E. Cook, and Mr. Halligan.
through his attorney, M. V. Gannon.
effected a settlement for $.".7.Vi and all
litigation will now cease. The father
entered suit first for $:.'.. Oen by reason
of the child's death and later filed a
second suit in the stun of $Ti,no0, claim
ing this sum for the loss of the child's
services. Now both suits have been
settled and dismissed for the sum of
May Have Been Accident. Coroner
l.ambac'ii held an inquest Tuesday af
ternoon over the remains of Nels En
Rel, at his late home, 2:112 Hancock
avenue. Young Kngel. it will be re
membered, was found Monday ' morn
ing in his room at the above address,
asphyxiated by gas. Constable Miller
summoned a jury composed of H. P.
'arstensen, C. Johansrn, and H. W.
Claussi n. After hearing the testimony
they returned the following verdict:
"We, the jury, find deceased, Nels En
pel, came to his death by suffocation
from gas from a pipe in his room at
2:112 Hancock avenue. Whether said
death was suicidal or accidental, we
are unable to determine."
Half Money Raised. The committee
of "o members of the Davenport Out
ing club met at the club house Tues
day evening to review the progress be
ins made in the canvass for the clear
ing away of the Outing club debt. It
was found that the subscriptions have
passed the $1."..oo.. mark. If all the
members of the committee take up the
work in earnest,-and if there is a pa
triotic support not only from members
of the Outing club, but from citizens
of Davenport generally, tiie necessary
SliO.OOO can be raised and the Outing
club's fine property saved.
Death at Buffalo. Tuesday, at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. J. Armentrout
of Buffalo, occurred the death of Miss
Elizabeth Dersie after a two weeks' ill
ness from pneumonia. She was horn
in Jefferson county. New York, in the
year 18-11. She is survived by her
brother, Elie Dersie of Buffalo, and
three sisters Mrs. Carrie Reynolds of
Muscatine, Mrs. P. Bailey of Moline
and Mrs. Cavelery of Chicago.
War Hero 106 Years Ago.
Robert Ambier Bruce, who was born
ment in easily digested form.
Scott's Emulsion is powerful nourish
ment highly concentrated.
It makes bone, blood and muscle without
putting any tax on the digestion.
ALL DRUCGISTSj SOc. AND Sl.OO.
OF THE NEIGHBORS
Iiefui-e George asliing'.on tin !.' tviiO
saw the meeting between Admiral De
catur and Napoleon at St. Helena, and
who in a here of half a dozen wars. 1.1
stiil living: in Richmond. Va., at the
ripe of ion. He ontered the navy il
the age of 13 to nerve in the war ,f
lfcl2 huiJ ws at 15 on Decatur's flag
ship when It visited St. flolem ia 1814.
He Is a descendant of Pocahontas.
Mr. ami Mrs. N'oda Wilhite and
daughter May of Rock Island spent
Sunday at the Mosher home.
Miss Myrtle McDonald spent the lat
ter part of the week at her home in
Steven Cushman, who has been so
seriously ill the past winter, is improv
The livery and feed stable conduct
ed by William O'Neal has received a
coat of paint, which greatly adds to
Miss Anna McQuaid, who is teaching
school in Silvis. spent Friday night
with friends in Milan.
Rev. C. H. Walters .is attending the
ministerial conference in Tiskilwa this
Miss A .E. Muse entertained a party
of young people from Rock Island
her pupils and former pupils at her
home in Milan Saturday afternoon.
J. R. Criswell went to Geneseo Wed
nesday to be examined for an increase
The baccalaureate sermon to the high
school graduates was preached in the
Presbyterian church by Dr. Henry Cul
leu. The church was crowded, it be
ing a union meeting.
The ladies of the Methodist church
are preparing for their annual May
fair which will be held next Tuesdav
in the town hall.
Johnson Davidson, a former Milan
noy. now a commercial traveler, was
a Milan visitor the first of the week
looking up old friends.
The W. M. B. society met with Mrs
Cora Potter at her home on Water
street Tuesday afternoon.
Mrs. Vint Wilson and gianddattghfe
of Kansas are visiting with Mrs. Wi!
sen's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Robert
Miss Minnie Dunker of Rock Islan
spent Sunday with her brother and
family, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Dunker.
Mr. Peters and Miss Sadie Rosen
berg of Rock Island called on Miss Ro
senberg's friend. Miss Helen l.afferty
George Norton and John Pinkert in
were up from Watertown Thursday. '
Mrs. Ann Adams and daughter, Mir.
Clara Holland have returned to spend
the summer at their home after an ab
sence of several months.
Mrs. H. F. Miller of Geneseo is her-;
visiting her daughter, Mrs. W. S.
Mrs. Mary Cook has been having
some repairing done on her dwelling.
Mrs. Paul Guckort and son Fran.e-.-5
visited friends in Davenport Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. George Dirreen of Wa
tertown visited relatives in this village
Stephen Oilell is plastering a dwell
ing for Mrs. C. J. Propst north of hei
Emanuel Peterson was up from Wa
Tile Ladies' Aid society of the Meth
odist church will meet with Mrs. J. C.
Hawkins Wednesday afternoon. May S.
A 10 cent lunch will be served.
Mrs. Sam Bryan who has been ill is
somewhat better. Dr. Block of Po-t
Byron is attending her.
The stone masons are at work put
ting a foundation of cement blocks
under Harry Lee's dwelling.
Miss Hattie Sikes left Wednesday
for the Old Ladies' home at Rock Is
land. Miss Sikes has been a resident
of Hamilton ever since she was 11
Dr. O. S. Dailey was down from Po t
' W. G. Ausbrook made a business trip
to Savannah Monday.
Dan McNeal visited the tri-cities
Mrs. A. B. Cox of Silvis visited here
Tuesday with Mrs. William Ausbrook.
Mr. and Mrs. John McGilvary expect
to leave Saturday for a visit in Tip
ton, Iowa, with Mr. McGilvary's par
ents. The Royal Neighbors held their regu
lar meeting Tuesday afternoon in the
Modern Woodmen hall.
Charlie Guysinger is quite ill. Ha
suffered a stroke of paralysis Monda
Dr. Johnson is in attendance.
Mrs. Miles Nicholson entertained the
ladies of the Methodist Aid society-
Wednesday afternoon. After the busi
a large amount of nourish- Q
ness was transacted, a lunch was serv
ed. The next meeting will be with
Mrs. H. A. Newton.
The dance of the K. of P.'s to oe
held last Wednesday evening was post
poned owing to the rain.
John Swank of Coal Valley visited
Tuesday at the Matthew's home.
K. Matthews returned to Hannibal.
Mo., Wednesday morning to resume j
his duties as telegraph operator at that
place, after spending a week here with
Martha Guysinger was called here to
attend her brother Charles who is ser
Pierre Olken and family have rented I
the Dr. Dailey tenant house.
Mrs. R. G. Young was visiting in tho
James Marks and wife of Hampton
Bluffs visited at the home of Mrs. M.
C. Hayes Sundav.
Mrs. James Allsbrow is visiting her
daughter Mrs. Rorcoe Trout of Galc?s-
C. O. Hodgson has finished his course
of study in Brown's business college? .
and taken a position as bookkeeper for
the Moline Carriage company.
Shellie Mumma of Znma visited his,
brother Marvin who is ill with scarlet
Mrs. Bert Melcheri is here from Erie
visiting wi'h .Miss .Mildred .Matt news.
HOME IS BURNED
Cottage Occupied by David Pat-
ton at Hampton a
FEW EFFECTS ARE SAVED
Aged Mother of Tenant Slightly Burn
in Attempting to Save Pen
Hampton, May 2. (Argus Special.)
Fire from an unknown origin last
night completely destroyed the prop
erty known as the old Bailey cottage
in the northeastern part of the village.
owned by Henry Klotz and occupied "en oi t ins city. .Mr. .Met oy is a n-:-by
the family of David Patron. The',ive of :'"1 was formerly wes--
loss is perhaps $1,000. the building be- 0ln manager for ihe Cudahy Packing
ing insured for ):, in the Springfield '
F. & M. company.
Mrs. Mary Patton. mother of the ten
ant, who makes her home with her
son, rushed into the flames for her
pension papers, and was slightly burn
ed. Had not the neighbors restrained
her by force, ii is likely she would
have lost her life.
DiNcuvereil lit 1fl:.10 I". M.
The fire was first discovered in the
rear of the building by James Maxwell,
who was passing the place about 10: no
p. m. Mr. Maxwell gave the alarm
and the family got out safely, but by
the time the neighbors arrived on the
scene the building was beyond aid and
it. was possible to save very little of
the household goods. Mrs. Patton's
pension papers were lost.
Mr. Patton was away from home at
the time. The village is not provided
with any fire fighting apparatus.
Misses Lena Lemon and Lillie Marsh
visited from Friday evening until Sun
day evening with the former's parents
Miss Dora Berg of Aledo returned
home Saturday after a week's visit at
the home of William Whisman.
Roy Cooper and family of Perryton
spent Saturday night and Sunday at
the home of Leek Cooper.
O. .V Phillips delivered a team of
black horses to Lambert in Aledo Mon
Miss Ella De Borde visited from
Friday until Sunday with Miss Mamie
Reed of Joy. She attended the evan
gelistic meetings held in Keithsburg
Ben Halstead is having an attack of
Wednesday of last week being Miss
Ruth Halstead's birthday anniversary.
her friends planned a surprise partv
but owing to the rainy evening it was
postponed until Friday evening, when
Miss Ruth was surprised.
Miss Bessie Turner is visiting with
her grandmother, Mrs. Lucinda Butch
er, in Aledo this week.
Lewis Gridley killed a wolf Monday
that was in his orchard.
William Cain is visiting his daugh
ter, Mrs. George Stevens of Seat on.
The second division meeting of tho
Teachers' association was held April
11 at roster. The meeting was a su?
cessful one dwelling on very interest
ing topics. S. J. Ferguson, county sup
erintendent, was present. Those n
tending were the Missess Agnes She'
ler, Maud Brisbin, Emma Anderson
Hazel Hays. Lulu Morehead, Pearl
Watson, Emma France, and Edith Her
ler, and Meigs Hays, D. B. Adams, and
John Morehead is sick.
William France has just recovered
from an attack of the-grip.
Several near-by residents were trans
acting business in Rock Island Tues
day. DeW'itt's Little Early Risers, fam
ous little pilte sold by all druggists.
Position for Miss Entrikin. Miss j
Ada Lucile Entrikin has been engaged .
to take charge of the musical depart-1
ment of the Geneseo Collegiate ins;i-'
n ute. and began her work today. Since
a visit there a few weeks ago, when.
Miss Entrikin sang at Trinity churci,
she has been approached about the po
sition, and she will hereafter devote
Thursdays to it, going to Geneseo early
in the morning and spending the entire
day. She will teach both vocal and
New Launches Here. Several no,v
launches will be added to the Moline
fleet this spring, and indications ar;
that the season will be quite as lively,
if not more so, than last sunmii ;.
There are several persons casting
about to find the launch which tiny
want, and two or three have already
been successful. One is wins Rosen -
stein. He bought a gasoline launch in
Muscatine, a boat which was reputed
the fastest about that city last seaso.i
It is 21 feet in length and carries a
three-horse power engine. Mr. Rosen
stein expects to have it in commission
soon. The launch which Sandy Larson
ran last season has passed into the
hands of Dr. Robert Oakley and C. L
Desaulniers. It was a new boat last
season, and is in excellent conditio l.
It is twenty-five feet over all. and an
excellent all-around pleasure boat with
fair capabilities in the way of speed.
The owners already have it in com
mission. To Talk on Referendum. At the Mo
line c'.ub Friday evening the nott-d
speaker John Z. White of Chicago will
lecture on initiative and referendum.
This subject is particularly timely just
at the present time is for Moline to try
the first example of the referendum in
deciding the question of the $ 1 .noti
cense by vote of the people.
Former Moliner Manager. The Me-
Leod Automobile Scale company of
Chicago lias recently secured the of
fice of Hapgoods in thai city for the
position of Manager R. II. McCoy, fo -
lu:"l'-'" "eauquar.ers at umaha
Neb. He has already entered upon 1 he
duties of his new position.
Big Wagon at Jamestown. The Mo
line Wagon company will have at
Jamestown in connection with its oth-.'r
exhibits the mammoth farm wagon
which attracted so much attention ar
the St. Louis world's fair in 1!0M. an 1
has ever since been a center of won
der and admiration at state fairs. It
is the largest wagon ever built, the
wheels being nine feet in height and
other parts in proportion. The adver
tising department of Deere & Co. h.is
issued a Jamestown postal card. The
reverse side is taken up with a sepia
etching of the Deere plant at Moline
with a smaller picture in one corner of
its exhibition building at Jamestown.
The picture of the Moline plant is in
teresting in that it shows every build
ing which now stands.
Silvis Restaurant Robbed. L
White, a restaurant keeper of SilvV
was touched for his overcoat, a pair of
shoes and $.-,.S3 out of the cash drawer.
The disappearnce of the night man
employed irom the restaurant leads
Mr. White to think that he committed
the theft. The matter has been re
ported to the police.
Death of Infant. William Josenh Ni
bert. the onlv child nf Mr nmi at,-..
-Martin Mbert, of 1 -I :'..- Fourteen
street, died yesterdav morning after
two weeks struggle with scarlet fever
and diphtheria. The child was born
July 2,1. 190.1
nenry carpenter is planning to leave
Sunday night on a two months' visit
to his old home in Belgium. It h-is
been 14 years since -Mr. Carpenter sa-v
nis rather. He is anticipating a pleas
Mrs. Bunn Parr and little son Morris
have gone to Decatur for a six weeks
visit with her parents.
About twenty-five friends of Mr. and
Mrs. George Hoover surprised them
Tuesday evening by bursting abruptly
into their ,home about S o'clock. As
they were preparing to move to Rocl?
Island they were not in a state to r?
ceive company, but nevertheless ail
had a good time. After making a raid
through the neighboring houses enough
chairs were found to seat the guests
A nice lunch was spread, it having
been brought by the visitors.
Mrs. James Mohr of Hampton was 3
guest of her mother Mrs. Fred Schluet
er from Saturday until Tuesday.
The juvenile baseball team played
with that of Walker's Station Sunday
and defeated them 12 to 11. They will
play atertown next Sunday.
Dr. Goldstone of West Liberty. Iowa
has located in East Moline and will
have office rooms over Clendennin s
Miss Augusta Peterson of Barstow
visited friends in East Moline Wednes
AVilliam Sackville, Jr., visited his
grandmother, Mrs. North in Milan
Mr. ITnger, principal of the Coal Val-
ley schools, visited the family of Wil
liam Sackville Sunday.
Mrs. A. Hughes entertained Mr.
Fred Coin and Mrs. Abrahamson "f
Rock Island and Mrs. McDoual at an
afternoon tea Wednesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Bid Woodruff and chil
dren Bemice and Irene and Mrs. 'A.
"Woodruff spent Sunday with the fam
ily of Dick Woodruff in Co'.ona.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Fulcher are the
proud parents of a fine big boy, bom
Little Steven Eugene McAlpin is
Bert Sechrist has gone to Clinton.
lowti where he has accepted a posi
tion. Miss Reutner of Cleveland, is the
guest of her sister Mrs. Henry St on
Charles Johnston has returned from
a visit with his daughters at Carb n
v Mr. and Mrs. Edward Wenks an.l
daughter. Miss Zella of Des Moines,
Iowa, are visiting relatives in Anda
lusia and Edgiugton.
Dr. and Mrs. Wait of Reynolds spe.it
Sunday at J. C. Burgoyne's.
Mrs. Mabel Tompkins of Timber vis
ited with her sister .Mrs. Perry one
day this week.
David Steckman of Carbon Cliff vi
ited Andalusia relatives last week.
Miss KRie Oldham spent several
days i' last week with Mrs. Erne.;!'
Dunlap of Rock Island.
.lames 1-ox was in liurlington
business last Mondav.
William Stronnuier has gone on n
business trip to Vincennes. Ind.
Mrs. Fred Brusso of Keithsburg aad
Mrs. Robert Brusso of Carbon Ciiff
have been called to Andalusia fin re
count of the death of their fathe-r
Mrs. T. W. Simmons and daughters,
the Mis.ss Nina and Norma, left Tues
day for Swift Current. Sas Katchewa:f
Canada, where Mr. Simmons Ins
bought a farm.
Mr. and Mrs. Wells S:rohmeier (.1
Davenport spent Sunday in the vil
lage. Mrs. Gilman Hobart. Miss McLan?
and Master Pardin Johnson were bap
tized ar the river Sunday afternoon "v
Rev. J. R. Spiller of the Baptist church.
Mrs. Melissa Johnson of Edging: -1:1
is visiting her neice Mrs. Rol?tt
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Sehafer took tli :-
ntr Sundav with Mr. and Mrs Charl s
A number from here attended tit
ball at Buffalo Saturday evening givrn
bv the K. P. lodge.
Miss Theresa Bttrnieister has got
back to Davenport to resume her work
there, having almost recovered from
her recent illness.
Mrs. Samuel Goode and Mrs. L. r
Strohmeier spent Sunday and Mond;'?
with Mrs. Ward Baku- of Edgingion.
D. J. Parmenler and family spen
Sunday at Rev. J. R. SpilH r's.
George Spick'rr has been in Rock
Island the past we k on business.
Otto Heinze went to Muscat in
Tuesday with button blanks.
Frank Seegar who was accidentally
killed near Reyonlds Sundav was w'.I
known in this vicinity as he was born
and raised in Andalusia. Much svm
paihy is felt ncre for his familv.
Mr. and Mrs. John Ross of Grinned
Iowa are visiting their daughter Mrs
Mrs. S. E. Roberts and son Fran!
were Rock Idand visitors Mondav.
Miss Nellie Hayes spent Saturd.'.v
night and Sunday at her sister's. Mr
Mr. and Mrs. D. L. Parmenler an
two sons were at Rev. J. R. Siiiller's
Sunday at Andalusia.
Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Charles Shaf
fer, a daughter. April 2S.
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