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f THE AUG US, F1UDAY. OCTOBER 30. 1908.
NEWS OF THE NEIGHBORS
Still Has Balance. A meeting of the
members of the convention association
of the Modern Brotherhood of America
was held Wednesday evening, for the
purpose of discussing the work of the
association in entertaining the national j
convention of the order, which was
held In Davenport the early part of
the month, and to make a settlement
of all bills. The members were jubi
lant upon learning that after all ac
counts were settled there would still
be a balance on the credit side of the
ledger. The association has yet a few
expenses, but even with these included
there will still be something left over,
which will probably be turned over to
the two local lodges. The association
will later hold a final meeting and dis
band. Gives Party; Arrested. Alma Smith,
colored, became hostess to a party of
her friends at her home on Sixth and
Main streets Wednesday night to make
her man believe that she was enjoy
ing life even if he had deserted her.
The guests were Fay Diesing, Clarence
Smythe and A. L. Johnson. But, un
fortunately for Alma, when the festivi
ties were at their height the police in
terrupted and the four were arrested
PORTLAND, MAINE, CHILD
111, Weak and Emaciated, Re
stored to Health by Vinol
"Our little daughter, six years of age,
after a severe attack of the measles,
which developed into pneumonia, was
left pitifully thin, weak and emaciat
ed. She had no appetite, and her stom
ach was so weak it could not retain
food. She lay in this condition for
weeks, and nothing the doctor pre
scribed did a bit of good, and we were
beginning to think she would never re
cover. "At this time we commenced to give
her Vinol, and the effect was marvel
ous. The doctor was amazed at her
progress, and when we told him we
were giving her Vinol, h4 replied, 'It
la a fine remedy, keep it up. We did
so, and she recovered her health and
strength months before the doctor
thought she could." J. W. Flagg,
Vinol cures conditions like this be
cause in a natural manner it increases
the appetite, tones up the digestive
organs, makes rich, red blood, and
strengthens every organ in the body.
HARPER HOUSE PHARMACY.
on a charge of leading immoral lives.
The Smith woman told the magistrate
in the morning that she never had
been in trouble before; that in her
loneliness she invited a few congenial
spirits to break the monotony. The
men were fined $1 and costs arid the
women were sentenced to serve. 10
days in jail.
Buys Site for Home. A deal is re
ported closed whereby W. P. Betten
dorf, president and founder of the Bet
tendorf Steel Car works, has purchas
ed of Captain J. H. S. Coleman nine
acres of land at the eastern limits of
Bettendorf, known as the' Coleman
homestead. Upon this property Mr.
Bettendorf will erect a handsome res
idence. The land stands on the brow
of the high bluff at that point, extend
( ing southward to the river road. It is
one ci tne most picturesque sues in
this part of the country, commanding
a fine view of the Mississippi river in
both directions, as also the Rock Is
land arsenal and a bird's eye view of
Wants New Trial. The motion for a
mew trial in the case of the state vs.
Lulu Bennett, found guilty of murder
in the first degree, was filed in court
yesterday by Attorney W. G. Mott and
will be argued today.
Obituary Record Joseph Martin
died at 3 o'clock yesterday afternoon
I at his home, 535 Jersey Ridge road.
He was in his COth year.
pie and cake, was served, and a good
social time was enjoyed.
BRYAN AT TOLEDO
HITS BIG TRUSTS
(Continued from Page One.) ,
The savings banks of Germany have
some 19,000,000 passbooks out and their
deposits amount to $3,2,13,000,000.
These deposits are practically all guar
anteed by the various municipalities of
the empire, and the condition forms a
bulwark of confidence in the security
of private wealth and earnings that
cannot be .shaken by hard times, "pan
ics, bank failures, etc."
"Here is a fact," said Mr. Bryan,
"which I present in answer to Mr.
Taft's opinion. The German people
cannot be accused of carelessness in
their banking business any more than
they can in other business. Here is grow steadily and substantially
Silvis Bank Reorganized. Reorgani
zation of the Bank of Silvis has just
been effected. The capital stock has
been increased to $30.000 double the
previous capital and J. Lee Crowder
of Mount Vernon ,111., takes over the
interest of J. R. Cox. The new offi
cers are: President, A. B. Cox; cashier,
J. Leo Crowder. The bank was or
ganized May 15, 1907, with A. B. Cox
of Silvis and J. R. Cox of N'ebo, Ky.,
as chief stockholders. In addition to
acquiring slock in the bank, Mr. Crow
der has purchased a half interest in
the Cox block on Tenth street and
First avenue in Silvis. Mr. Crowder
is an enthusiast over the prospects
of Silvis and confidently expects it to
testimony to be found in a consular
report printed by the present adminis
tration, completely answering the ar
guments that Mr. Taft has been mak
I ing against the guaranteeing of de
posits." The only question, he said, was
whether the deposit should be guaran
teed by the banks or by the communi-
gives up excellent prospects in tho
real estate business at Mt. Vernon,
111., to become identified with the ac
tivities of Silvis. Mr. Crowder will
engage with A. B. Cox in the dry
Hurt at Ottawa. Mrs. A. J. Leipold
while in Ottawa Tuesday to attend
Henry Fitch of Rack Island was
greeting Hampton friends Wednesday
Mrs. J. P. Odell of Moline left for
California Wednesday of this week.
Mrs. Odell resided here this summer.
Harry M. McCaskrin will speak in
. Hampton Friday evening of this week.
Samuel Devinney is here from Grin-
nell, Iowa, on a visit to relatives.
Saturday evening, Oct. 31, there will
be republican speaking at Fulscher's
A good sized crowd was present at
the Hallowe'en sociable given at the
town hall Wednesday evening under
the auspices of the Ladies' Aid society
of the Methodist church. The ladies
wore high-peaked hats and capes of an
old pattern. The hall was decorated
in n 4rt rt r r r 1 ..'If 4tiA
I ill it manual iu t.uiit:aiiuuu nnu kuc
time of year. There were vocal solos,
duets, a quartet, a cornet solo, and mu
sic by the orchestra. A supper, con
sisting of coffee, doughnuts, pumpkin
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CLOTHES FOR BOYS
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All the new Fall Styles for you to choose from
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iThe Clothier on
vt the Corner.
ty. "We believe," he declared, "that tne funeral of her husband's mother,
the banks have advantage enough from , , , .
... , . . .... . ,",,M sprained her ankle severely in making
the law to justify them in furnishing r " . "
the cecuritv themselves " la mifasteP from tne Porch- Mr- LeI"
tne security tnemseives. id narrow,y escapea injurv wnUe
Taft Still In York State. J r c, wh?n ,n h(j
Syracuse, N. Y., Oct. 30. With four wag ridng collided wlth a carriage.
extended speeches during the day and The passengers were all badly shaken
a big rally at Buffalo tonight, Taft left up and the motorman so badly injured
the city shortly before 10 this morning that he was taken t0 a hospital. One
after having remained in his private of the horses was killed. Mr. and
car during the night. Oneida, Rome, Mrs Leipold returned home late Mon
Utica and Batavia will be visited be- day nightf 1otn thankful that a
fore Buffalo is reached. Taft will con- sprained ankle was the worst of their
elude his campaigning in New York trouble.
state tomorrow with seven speeches. I o
Syracuse, N Y., Oct. 30. William ! - Obituary Record. Mrs. Anna Katli-
H. Taft ended a day of vigorous cam- erine Krouse died at the homo of her
palgning with a big nieeting in this d ht Mrs. Fannie Kellev, 202S
c tv last n sht. Mr Taft had the rival
attraction of Mr. Bryan, whose special Si?th avf,n. yesterday morning after
car was in the station when the Taft a long illness. She was born In Ger
, .rril.-1 many 69 years ago and came to this
Mr. Taft was resting when his train ' countr' half a ?ent"r'.a,f a"d the
reached this city and was not disturb- """ "". "a ' .u
tn ,! wh preceded her to the grave 11
. ,. ,. , .. . years ago. They then lived at Musca-
first meeting. At that time he was :.
, , , . , tine, Iowa. A year ago she came to
driven in an automobile through the ' , . , . ... .
... , v Molme and made her home with her
. .i , "'t. da ughter, Mrs. Kelley, whom she
... ... leavef. with seven other children, who
were crowueu u rougnou ine ur.ve are. Scnmidt of Muscatine,
f th stapn to the Alhambra Mrs -. t. Dilley and Mrs. Charles
The Alhambra, the largest hall in poaw of Arlington Wis.. Mrs Anna
the city, was packed to its utmoBfca- Russ of Spokane John and Adam of
pacity and the police had a hard task Muscatlne and chrIs whose where-
to keep back the people who fought abouts are not known
for admittance. Again last night Mr. Mrsl Enen ' ' Wahlgren. wife of
Taft gave his strongest endorsement Charles Wahlgren- died at the home,
to Governor Hughes. "I knew the peo- 1321 Seventeenth 'avenue Wednesday
pie of New York knew a good thing," evening aflor a lingering illness with
declared Mr. Taft, "even if they did a complication of disease. She was
have to listen to rumbles from the born ia Asarp. Westergotland, Sweden.
west to nna it out. jan 30, 1878. She came to America
Mr. Taft said he had not. from the witll her parents at the age of 14.
first, had the slightest doubt about the she was married to Charles Wahlgren
nomination and election of the gover- jn Moline. Dec. T3. 1899. Mrs. Wahl-
nor- 'gren leaves beside her husband four
Following his meeting at the Alham- children and her parents. Mr. and
bra Judge Taft was escorted to Turn Mrs. Engh of Moline and four sisters
hall, where he addressed an audience and two brothers. Mrs. H. G. Xygren,
composed largely of Germans. He Edith, Ruth and Agnes Engh and Car!
then returned to his car. o. and Arvid, all of Moline.
Send Workers to Hear Taft.
Oneida, N. Y., Oct. 30. Workshops
were closed today to allow the opera
tives to greet Taft, who delivered the
first speech of the day here. A great
crowd was at the station when the
train arrived. Taft spoke five min
utes. . ' "
Kern Still on Stamp.
Greencastle, Pa., Oct. 3d. John W.
Kern opened his fifth day in Indiana
in a speaking tourof this city early
today, where he addressed good 'sized
crowds In the circuit court room. The
audience was notable for the large
number of women present.
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Miss Ilurryur Ah, ticorge. you can
not tell what troubles a girl has who
is receiving the attentions of a gentle
man. Mr. Holdo Troubles, Carrie? Of
what nature, pray?
Misa IL Well, one's little brothers
are always making fun of one. and rel
atives are always saying. "When is It
to come off?" as if marriage were a
prizefight. But that is not the worst:
There is the inqulSitiveness of one's
parents. They want to know every
thing. There's pa, now; he is constant
ly asking such questions as: "Carrie,
what are Mr. Holdoffs Intentions?
What does he call upon you so regu
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that I actually tremble.
Mr. II. And what answer lo yon
make to his questions. Carrie, dearest?
Miss II. I can't make any answer at
all, for, you see, you haven't said any
thing to me, and and of course. I I
Then Mr. Iloldoff whispered some
thing In Carrie's ear, and next time her
father questions her she will be ready
with n satisfactory reply. Boston
Island Refuge For Eider Ducks. -
Through the efforts of the Ameri
can Audubon society a perpetual lease
has been obtained -from the state of
Maine of a small rocky island off the
Hancock county coast to be used as a
bird reservation,1 says a Boston dis
patch. It will be used as a refuge for
elder ducks and Is the last place on
1 the coast where they now breed.'
ATI the news all the time THE
Rea Estate Transfers.
James McNamarr. to Ed Gust, lot 7,
block 5, Fairmount addition, Moline,
Charles H. Pope to Adolph Van Der
Boke, lot 15, block 158, village of East
Clara Burgoyne to S. R. Kenworthy,
part northeast quarter, section 27, 17,
3w; lots 1, 2 and 2, north half, south-
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