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THR ARGUS, SATURDAY. NOVEMBER. 14, 1908.
NEWS OF THE NEIGHBORS
Geneseo Woman Stung, Too. Mrs.
Mattie Torreuce of Geneseo, 111., has
been - added to the list of victims of
John 11. Shaw, otherwise known as
Professor Shaw, a clairvoyant. Mrs.
Torrence was in Davenport yesterday
to see what could be done toward re
covering the $500 she entrusted to the
professor to bring her good luck in
her ventures and enhance her financial
found him a corpse., An autopsy es- the closed carriage containing Mr. and
tnhlishtd pneumonia as the cause of Mrs. Lussrnan, frien.ds came to the
death. i rescue of Mrs. Lussrnan, and instead of
o being taken to the county poor farm.
Humane Officer Was There. When as was at first planned, she was taken
t r.anrrra to the home of friends in Northwest
ti-i. ...,... Davenport. Mr. Lussrnan onerea re- rmiw.
sistance to tnc removal or nis wire uy .uavu sianea worK on tne. erection or
Work on Silvis
of Kast Moline
Walsh's Expenses Heavy. In his
statement to the secretary of state
yesterday of campaign expenses Mark
A. Walsh of Clinton says he spent $!.
972. The congressional committee says
it spent $l)(U.S5.
Learn cf Father's Death. Arthur
and Rosa McKay. VXMi West Lake
street. Chicago, will receive a letter
today from Chief Tom Atkinson tell
ing them that the remains of their
father, Arthur McKay, are buried in
Oakdale cemetery in Mils city. An in
quiry came to the police department
Thursday from the children through
the Chiengo bureau of charities. It is
evident from the tone of the comttni
cation that came from Chicago that
the survivors of McKay have only now
learned that his death occurred in
Davenport. The records at police
headquarters at the oftiee of Underta
ker J. K. llalligan show that McKay,
who was -IS years of age. died in a cell
Feb. 23, 1I07. The night preceding
that date, with a number of other wan
derers, he applied at the station for
lodging. When the cell.s were emptied
in the morning and the lodgers were
lined up for final inspection before
their dismissal. McKay asked to be
permitted to remain until be got brac
ed up. He said he was ill. After he
had been given a stimulant he was
provided a bed in cnif of. the cells.
Later in the day when an officer went
to inquire how McKay was faring, he
French was driving on
secured a huge club and brought it the dcDllty shoTltt and this iT.Cc1' tne V0 plant of the United Light
down across the head of the obstinate tatcd tlle trouble wnn r?s uVted ln, V16 Power company The work will
ujr i ue i,iw, iiiu if u iu m paveurciii. - - , T - 4i contract. V II rwtiino- tnmrt
gun carrieu uy Lmbiuau was wrcu - , a
from him and now safely reposes in carly -hls week from Chicago where
the desk of Sheriff Eckhardt at the he purchased the balance of the ma
court house. Mr. Lussman's open de- leril which the United Light and
fiance of the order of court in requir- Power company will use in the gen
ing him to vacate the Meiuts farm is nation and distribution of power in
proving costly experience to him. All East Moline and Silvis. The chief
the costs are being assessed against ,tem iu the purchase was a quantity
him. and Thursday alone the livery of . arc lights which will be used in
his obstinacy iv,ao1 -iu"ie ana suvis ior street
.lighting. With these was also pur
chased a large quantity of crossarnis.
Ceorge Ellman, the humane, officer,
was a witness of the performance, and
filed an information against French
charging him with cruelty to animals.
He was given a hearing before Magis
trate Louis E. Roddewig and was sen
tenced to 10 days in jail.
hire occassioned by
Death May Cause Reconciliation.
ISchhid the announcement that the fu
neral of I,ethia Milam, aged 6 years, to.arcolln,ed to 27
have been held yesterday, has been
postponed until next Monday, lies a
story of domestic unhappiness, deser
tion, and a possible
through the death ot the loved one.'short inncss of typhoid fever
Milam and his wite separated two
vi'flris ntM Tito r-tiiM wa loft- u-itli tlir
mother. Three months ago the little , as
Milk Is Good. Health Commission-
I l.-fl.At. .. .
Obituary Record. Mrs. Augusta Pe- oier
erson, wife of Lars M.,- 1G35 Union i 0
reconciliation street, died Thursday night alter a
.... . . . . , . i
or Dr. A. H. Am has arranged a verv
Peterson was bom in Germany and' comprehensive table showing the re-
4o years of age. bhe eame to sults of the four mk t(ss Nvhich
one was placed in St. Vincent's home. 1 Davenport in 1890. She is survived have been made this year. Some of
She was a sufferer with an affection of hy her husband and three daughters, the inilk dealers of the city escaped
the heart and this caused her death Mrs. Jacobs of Rock Island. Mrs. Ha- having tests made of the milk which
Thursday morning. No one seemed to mann of Davenport, and Miss Amanda they sell, but of those who underwent
know the whereabouts of the father, ' Peterson, at home. . M'ie pst every one is good and many
and Mrs. Milam ordered that the body I Mrs. Anna Hagendorn, 74 years old, of them are excellent,
be shipped to Columbus Junction yes- died Thursday night at the home of I o
tcrdav morning for interment. A mu- her daughter. Mrs. Roy Woodward, 04 Two New Churches. Moline is to
ttial friend, who had been in touch Spring street. Mrs. Hagendorn was a 'have two new church edifices in the
wuu iwiiam, wired nun inai nis Daoy wiuow ami is surwveu uj umj wrc course of a year. The Christian
girl had died. From far-away Califor- daughter, Mrs. Woodward. (church at Sixteenth street and Elgii
nia the father telegraphed that he was Mrs. Mary Garstang. CO years old, tcenth-and-a-half avenue, will be coin
coming nome, ana requesting that the.wue oi James uarsiang, aieu niuih- pielPU SOon amj preliminary arrange-
body be held until his arrival. The day night at her home, 2017 West ments are being made for a $2,tm0
mother could not deny the wish of the .Third street. She had lived In Daven- structure to be erected for the Second
father to see bis child, and according-.' port since 1S52. Mrs. Garstang's maid- Congregational church At a meeting
ly she ordered the change in the fu-Jen name was Paker. She was born m of tue members of the Second Con
n era I arrangements. England. and when but a small girl m-oimt iorai church Thnrsdnv evening
she left England with her father, three the offer of Mrs. C. H. Deere and Mrs
sisters and one brother to come to William Butterworfn was accepted
America, tier ratntr ciieu on ine way jtrs )0eie will give $:,0i4ii and Mrs
over, and the tour orphan cuiiuren ntterworth $2,000 to be used for tin
were lelt to shitt tor themselves. 1 ne purpose cf moving and remodeling
girls worked at housework and the the old building into a first class Sun
Upon the arrival of boy went to work on a farm. . Mrs. dav school. The nrtiiential commit
J Garstang came to Davenport in 1852. tee of the church was made a business
She was married to James Garstang in committee with full power to condut
18C.5. She is survived by one brother, all business in connection with the
James Baker, a farmer near Newton, building of a new church. The offc
Iowa; a sister. Mrs. Walter Henner or of J. C. Kiel, who owns the property
Davenport; a son, Collins, who lives at just north of the chmcU to sell his
the Garstang home, Third street, and property for $2, 000 and move the par
Lussrnan Set Free. Henry Lussrnan
was released from the county jail yes
terday, where" he was placed late
Thursday afternoon after being
brought in from Hickory Grove town
ship in handcuffs
On many a cold winter morning you
will wake to find the fires "out" What
are you going to do ahout it shiver ?
r f .1 ..1
rrepare now ior ine emergency wun a
Eor.age to another of his lots was ac
cepted and the Kiel property will lie
purchased. The contract for th
Christiaj church has ..been let to C. C
(Equipped with Smokeless Device)
and you'll have genial, glowing heat inslanlly wherever you
vranl it without smoke or smell smokeless de
vice prevents lurn the wick as high or as low as
you like. Easily carried about. Brass font holds
4 quarts ol oil burns 9 hours. Handsomely fin
ished in japan and nickel. Every heater warranted.
makes cheery (lie long
evening brilliant, steady
Lam lor reading, or sew
ing. Made ol brass, nickel plated and equipped with the latest
improved central dralt burner. Lvery lamp warranted.
II your dealer doesn't carry the Pcrlcction Oil "Healer and Ray
Lamp, write our nearest agency lor descriptive circular.
STANDARD OIL COMPANY
I Hiscing and Encores.
' Illssincr in playhouses bad Its orljrin
In raris ln.ir.V) en the occasion of the .North and. lie started work yesterday
presentation ef Fnntenolles trrgedy. staking out the foundation. The
"Aspar." Trior to thnt time Fiifferin- church will cost upwards of fir.,000
andienocs were wont to ynwn audibly .,n,i will be C,'2xM feet. It will b
ami ran asieep wncn me apntny or tno :buit. haif way of brk.k and the
acrors nni periormances jnsuiieci tnat
blocks of paving was laid the
season ar. a cost of $55,057.03.
Obituary Record. Clarence S. An
derson, known among his lnenns as
"Hud," died at the home, 1123 Twenty
sixth street, Thursday night after a
four months illness with tuberculosis
of the bowels. Mr. Anderson was
born in Moline April 12. 1SSU. and had
made hi.-s home here all his life. He
leaves his mother and step-father,
Amos A. Anderson, and one brother,
Clyde, of Moline.
Alfred Oliver Anderson. better
known as Jimmy, and a popular mail
carrier of Moline. died at the city
hospital Thursday evening after
short illness with obstruction of the ,5
bowels. Mr. Anderson was operated ;0
upon Thursday, but was too weak tojrt
stand the shock. Mr. Anlersfjii waslg
born in Moline March (i. lNT'i, and jo
was re.iied and educated in this c ity,
His lirst employment was at Q
the Moline I'low company, where in-ig
worked for a number of years. "'Jq
was later employed for a short tini ft
at Deere & Mausur company. He then O
passed the civil service examinai ion j S
iu the pestoffice department and haul
since oe-n employed as a mail car
rier. Mr. Anderson was muted 111 1
marriage nine yeans ago to Miss
Kmma Kydman of Lyiui, IU., and heiO
leaves his widow and, two children, !
Martha aaied S. and Helen ao-d l.'O
course. I5ut on this occasion the In
dignant audience, driven to despera
tion by the platitudes of Aspar. voi-ecl
their anger by hisses which drove the
actors into temporary retirement, ne
cording to the testimony of the poet
Rol, who alludes to the Incident In Ids
"Frevet de la Calotte." Hissing there
after became fashionable.
The first encore noted ln the nnnals
of the stage was accorded to I.Ivhis
Andronleus. a Koman actor. He was
popular with the masses and was
called back so often to repeat hi
speeches that In self defense he'
brought a b.y to declaim for hint while
he himself r.pplied the gestures. "While
encores bernme the rage ln subse
quent ages. It I known that Andronl
cus plan of having an understudy be
fore him before the audience to share
his honors has not generally been
adopted by Thespians. Show World.
remain! r in frame w ith a tower on
Let us plan your trip.
Call or phone Burlington . Depot.
Old Phone West 680.
New Phone 6170.
F. A. Riddell, Agt.
Lcrd Dudley's Remissness.
Sydney Smith narrated a number of
Btories of the nbsontmlndedncss of
Iord rudley, a warm friend and pa
rishioner, la the street one day Smith
was amused by -Dudley's overtaking
him, llnkfi.wr bis arm In that of his
pastor and tilling him In all earnest
ness that In? should like for b!m above
11 things to meet Sydney Smith.
Without revealing his Identity, Smith
returned tb:tt he had met the man on
feveral occasions and hastened away.
One Sunday Dnrtley occupied a seat
almost directly under the pulpit where
Smith was delivering one of his strong
est sermons.' Glancing down, he was
i'orced almo&t to laugh ontrlght as his
lordship, grasping." his heavy cane,
knocked on the door and ejaculated
'Hear, hear!" evidently thinking be
was ln the midst of a parliamentary
session. New York Tribune.
How Is Your Digestion.
Mrs. Mary Dowling of No. 228 Eighth
avenue, San Francisco, recommends, a
remedy for stomach trottble. She says:
"Gratitude for the wonderful effect of
Electric Bitters in a case of acute In
digestion prompts this testimonial. I
am fuyy convinced that for stomach
and lier troubles Electric Bitters is
the best remedy on the market today."
This great tonic and alterative medi
cine invigorates the system, purifies
the blood, and is especially helpful in
all forms of female weakness. 50 cents,
at all druggists'.
Much Improving Done. Much work
has been done in the city during the
season of 1!08 under the direction and
supervision of the city engineer, Clark
Anderson. The municipal improve
ments have caused an expenditure of.
$73, 38(1.35. More work was planned
for the past season but was delayed
until next summer. The one big job
was the construction of the Sixth,
ward sewer and waler main system,
which the city engineer lias worked
on for more than a year. Now it is in
such shape that, work can be started,
so far as he is concerned, but the
weather will not permit it now. This
work wilt be done next summer aud
many other improvements will be
taken up. The improvements of the
new park on the bluff will probably
be planned this winter. Twenty-three
Dread of Eating Something Thus Caus
ing Indigestion 13 Promptly
GET THE STOMACH REGULAR
Why .Not IlcKin Toilny nml Forever lliil
Yoiimrir of Slomnoh Trouble nnil
DyHprpnia, Which I n Detri
ment to Anyone.
tr -!rin Pon ! O
A London fog brings out hundreds of j
thieves, but it also bring out men who jQ
are wanted by the police. A detective .q
told a, representative of the press O
about two curious instances of thieves j
being .usb.t in this wav: O
We had been on the lookout for q
weeks for a swindler who hnd stolen Q
bonds In his possession. The Inspector : q
who had the warrant at last declared
that the man must have got out of the'
country. But one densely foggy night
the' Inspector happened to be In a quiet
street not far from Bedford square,
when a stranger, against whom he
nearly ran, said:
"Can you tell me precisely where I
am? I've got mlcd up somehow."
"Follow me and I'll show you." said
the officer. And be did show him to
the police station, for the man was the
very one be had been looking for.
In mother case a sergeant, in one of
the thickest fogs ever known, politely
helped a lady In distress near the Ken
sington road. The lady couldn't even
recognize her own house among sev
eral all alike, and the Fergennt, on her
behalf, knocked at a door and was an
swered by a man.
The lady did not live there, but an
hour or two afterward I arrested the
man who bad come to the door. lie
was a German baker, the head of a
large firm, and we had been seeking
him for months.
in. " '
Want to buy all the second
hand goods in Rock Island
and Moline. Leave all or- '
ders at the same old stand,
1609 Second avenue, Rock
Island. Open every evening
For Second Hand
Goods and Loans
2C0 Heaters and Ranges
to sell or exchange.
You can eat anything your stomach
craves without fear of a case of indi
gestion or dyspepsia, or that your food
will lrment or sour on your stomach
if you will take Diapepsin after eating.
Your meals will taste good, and any
thing you eat will be digested; noth
ing can ferment or . turn into acid or
poison or stomach gas, which causes
belching, dizziness, a feeling of full
ness after eating, nausea, indigestion ' i,.n(
(like a lump of lead in stomach), bil- "George, are you Injured?" shouted
lousness, neariuurn, water brasn, pam tb.e father.
The Man In the House.
The hour was midnight In the home
of the Kamscatters. The family con
sisted of Mr. and Mrs. Itaiuscatter and
their young son, George, almost at the
age of maturity. All had retired when
suddenly a loud yell penetrated the
"There's a man in the house!"
The alarm awakened mother and fa
ther. They jumped up, screaming:
It was George's voice. Kamscatter
proceeded cautiously across the hall to
his son's room with a revolver ln one
lie was followed by his wife.
in stomach and intestines or other
symptoms. , " '
Headaches from the stomach are ab
solutely unknown where this effective
remedy is used. Diapepsin really does I
1 , . 1. , r 11. . 1. t
ail lue wuik 01 a nt-aimy uioinauu.
"There's a man iu the house!" came
the reply. !
Ramseatter prepared to fire as he
threw open (he door.
"I don't sea any man!" he exclaimed
as he flashed on the electric lights.
'Tie's right here," answered the son,
"What do you mean, George?"
"I mean that It's now five minutes
after 12 o'clock. Tenia y is my birth-
It digests your meals when your stom
ach can'i. Each triangule will digest
all the food you can eat and leave
nothing to ferment or sour.
Colds and Croup in Children.
My little girl is subject to colds,
says Mrs. William H. Serlg, No. 41
Fifth street. Wheeling, W. Va. "Last you will actually brag about your
'Winter she had a severe spell and a i healthy, strong stomach, for you then
A. S1.1- 1 a. W . 1 I . . iUI . ' 1LI .
the aid of a doctor, and my little boy; or misery, and every particle of im- foreigners and the like.
has been "prevented many times from' purity and gas that is in your stomach A winter divorce South Dakota and
having the croup by the timely -use of and intestines is going to be carried, all the fringes.
this syrup. This remedy Is for sale by 'away., without the use of laxatlres or," A.June wedding Same thing oret
all druggists. 7 . 1 any other assistance. . . again. .
Get a large 5ft-cent case of Tape's day, and I'm twenty-one years old."
Diapepsin from your druggist and Dohemlan Magazine.
start taking today and by tomorrow
A June bride Orange blossoms, wed-
terrible cough, but I "cured her with j can eat anything and everything you fling bells, and so forth.
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy without Want without the slightest discomfort ; An autumn sensation Automobiles!
a 1 i 1 -
varuui is a purely vegeLaois extract, a simple,
m non-intoxic.xting remedy, recommended to girls ana
m women, of all ages, for womanly pains, irregularity,
falling feelings, nervousuess, weakness, and any
ether form ot sickness, peculiar to females.
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It Will Heto You
Mrs. A. O. Beaver, of Unicoi, Route No. 1, Mar-
m bleton, Tcnn.," writes: "I suffered with bearing
s' flown rains, font, swollocl. v..'i:v in Ho-Iit culn TiparJir.Tia. 5
jSjj pains in shoulders, nervous palpitation, and other pj
m troubles 1 cannot mention, but 1 took Wine of
i 1 .1 i c .1 : j- i 3 : t
$ for female troubles." Try Cardui.
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The Great Swedish Family Remedy
is the most powerful Germ Destroy
er known. A non-poisonous Anti--septic
and Invigorating Tonic. Heals
like magic all kinds of sores and ;
' wounds, skin diseases; removes
dandruff, corns, cures catarrh of the
' nose, throat, stomach; strengthens
weak lungs. Relieves all pains. Used externally or taken internally 2
or as inhalant. 60c a bottle; Inhaler 25c Sold by all druggists.