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2THE &EGUS, SATURDAY. DECEMBER 2G; 1008.
Moliners Come to Grief.-i-Finding
Moline entirely too slow for them and
having heard of Davenport in the good
old days before, the lid was clamped
on so tight, a bunch of -Moliners, all
natives of ,the kingdom of Sweden,
crossed the creek Thursday night to
Davenport and made a brisk effort to
re-light the red lights in Bucktown
which have been extinguished for
some time past. One of their number,
Gus Hinrichsen, entered Donna Turn
er's resqrt at 318 1-2 East Front street
and proceeded at once to turn things
topsy-turvy. He was ejected from the
place but re-entered and proceeded to
clean It out.- He took a smash at
' everybody he came in contact with
and undoubtedly would have devasta
ted the whole east end had he' not
fell into the strong arms of Police
Officer Staffenblel. He was carted to
the station in the patrol wagon and
paid a fine of ?5 and costs, amounting
to 10.85 in all. Another member-of
the party, Walter Johnson, beca"me
possessed with such a heavy load that
he got lost and strayed to the west
end of town. He was fpund yesterday
morning in the Schick's corn shed at
2701 Rockingham road and presented
a horrifying sight. His face and head
were cut in a dozen places and he look
ed as if he had been through a corn
shredder. He was brought to the
police station but was unable to tell
how he had been injured. The indica
tions are that in- his beastly state of
Intoxication, he endeavored to board a
train and losing his grip, was dragged
some distance along the cinder path
of the railroad tracks and then fell ex
hausted to the ground. In his dazed
condition he undoubtedly crawled into
the corn shed nearby.- One shoe was
gone and his clothes were torn into
Shoplifter Wanted to Kill self. Only
the watchfulnessend pleadings of her
daughters , prevented a Davenport
woman arrested for shoplifting from
taking her life Thursday night. The
woman Is a widow, and is highly re
spected by those who know her.
- Caught stealing she was arrested. At
the police station several times she
started from the room, declaring she
was going to the river, and it was
necessary to restrain her. It was 1
o'clock In the morning before the" wo
man could be reconciled, and she then
was taken to her home by her daugh
ters. She was on hand, however, in
the office of Magistrate Roddewig at
10 o'clock yesterday morning, having
been released on her own recogni
zance. She Lad the money with which
to pay for the property she had stolen.
The managers of the stores agreed not
to prosecute on condition that they be
reimbursed for their losses, either
, having the articles returned In good
condition or paid for.
New Deputy y Auditor. Joe Wagner
has been appointed a deputy in the
. office of County Auditor Ed Collins to
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Attacks Mother. Soaked to the eye
brows with whiskey and beer, Leo
Decker, a 19-year-old lad," cruelly re
warded his mother for all the loving
care and protection she had bestowed
upon him from infancy to the present
time, by brutally attacking her.Christ-
mas eve at the family home, In the
rear of 418 Davie street, ' In his beastly
state . of Intoxication, he struck his
mother down and was only prevented
from doing her further bodily harm by
the interference of neighbors. When
Police Officer Nagel arrived at the
home, he found several men on top, of
the infuriated lad and "holding him to
the ground to prevent him from re
peating his attack on his mother. . In
police court yesterday morning young
Decker disclaimed any knowledge of
having attacked his. mother. Deing
Christmas day he was shown leniency
and after being given a severe repri
mand by Magistrate Roddewig. was
sent to jail for the period of five days.
Obituary Record. Harry H Wil
liams, 217 East Third street, 53 years
old, died Thursday night after a short
illness. Mr. Williams was born in
Newton, Iowa. He is survived by his
wife and five children. .
The Woodmen of the Hillsdale lodge
held their annual election of officers
Saturday evening at the hall. Follow
ing are the officers elected for the en
suing: year: Consul, J. W. Hudson;
clerk, Robert Hill; escort, James
Camp; banker, William Conrad; ad
visor, Justin -Dailey; watchman, Al
bert Krantz; sentry," George Hill;
manager for two years, John Butzer;
physician, Dr. Charles Donahoo; audi
tor, E. L. Hanson. The Woodmen vot
ed to hold their meetings on Wednes
day evening, instead of Saturday, so
as to be more convenient for the busi
ness men in town. "
Mr. and ' Mrs. Ephraim Kempster
visited Wednesday in Sterlig with Mrs.
Kempster's sister, Mrs. Sands, who has
been quite sick, but is now some bet
ter. " . t
Mrs. A. B. Huston was in the tri
Frank Kempster will be home from
his duties as mail clerk on one of the
big lines that cross .the ocean fromilnS of tne new road across the 'Docia
New York to Germany, this week, to
spend a few weeks' vacation with his
parents. Mr .and Mrs. Ephraim Kemp-
Mr. and Mrs. .Tnhn Stenhenson and
daughter visited over Sundav in Erie
with Mrs. Stephenson's parents, Mr.
and Mrs. John Pepper.
Wesley Hanna. who has been work-
ing for L. A. Wilbur in Hillsdale, was
transferred last week to' Joslin to buy
stock from that point for Mr. Wilbur.
Ed Benjamin has been hired to work
for him at this place - "
Last week John Kuehl caught a live
fox in his timber. He now has it
cnamea, trying to tame it. 1
Mr. Cox of Rock Island spent a few
how large or how
business, It is
Who's Your Dentist?
t, Wa all go to . ,,f. J
CAUSE, "IT DON'T HURT A BIT."
1715 Second Ave, London Building.
days last week hunting in this vicin
ity and visiting with his friend, James
Houschild. . " . -
Mrs, ; Mary Stephenson has moved
Mr HmnlnWr nf Trnn fJrrtv
tain, Missouri, spent, l uurauajf iu niu
dale tooung after nis Tarn and yisU I
dale looting after ms iarm ana '""
in cr frfpnria
The Hillsdale voune neonle Intend to'".
give a Christmas entertainment with
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tre t th hull Phrlstma eve:
MUa tviho nrnrtr T,na Wr, nnlte
sick with nneumonia. but is now eome ..
is now some
of scarlet fe
h hnm nf
better. There are cases
ver in town, both at the home of
George Brandt. .The quarantine was
established Thursday. Near Eterprige
there are two families quarantined with
scarlet fever, a child sick in each horn
William: Donahoo's and ' William
Feaster's. The cases so far seem light.
The Enterprise people gave top their
Christmas program on account of the
George Liphardt of Milan spent Sun
day with his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
John Liphardt. T , ' x.
Charles Mercer spent Friday in Erie.
Henry Sands of Geneseo took dinner
Saturday with, his brother Herman. In
the afternoon he cried the Btock sale
for A. ' C. Baron, which went off sat
isfactory to everyone concerned.
Miss Nellie Brady of near Geneseo
visited last week with ' her uncle,
Dr, O. S. Dinley of Port Byron spent
Friday in Hillsdale with relatives and
Last Wednesday everting at 8 o'clock
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. O. S
Rathburn in, the presence of near
relatives of the young people. Miss
Lou Rathburn and Samuel Stanley were
united in marriage by Rev. Edward
Morton. Theyoung people will soon
be at hone to their friends at the
Rathburn home, where they will be
gin housekeeping in part of the house,
Mr. Stanley will help Mr. Ratbburn
this next yea with his farm
The Ladies' Aid will meet Wednes
day afternoon, Dec. 30, at the home of
Mrs. Maud Passmore
' Mrs. Nora Conrad visited her mother
Mrs. John Quade, Thursday at her
home in Erie.
Wednesday, Dec. 30, an election will
be held at the hall in Hillsdale to vote
on the proposition of borrowing the
sum of $600 to be used for the, build
irom tne biias bimpson iarm wnere n
the Erie road.
Alack Martin and daugnter, iva, are
visiting at Mapleton, Iowa, for a few
Wys with relatives,
Frank Dailey of Albany was calling
on Hillsdale relatives Thursday,
Revival services closed Sunday eve-
nin at the Hillsdale church.
Mr- and Mrs. Fred Brockman of
Kempeterville visited Sunday with
Mrs. -Brockman' daughter, Mrs. John
" severair men were in town
on their over th route for lhe
P"Psel car line running from the
tri-cuies to sterling ana Morrison,
have expressed a desire to take $1,000
worth of stock, which will be for sale.
Mrs. Stanley of Prophetstown visit
ed a few days last week with' her sis
ter, Mrs. Hannah Johnson.
Mr. Carl of Geneseo is visiting with
his sister, Mrs. William Conrad. -
Wednesday, Dec. 16, at 4 p. m., at
the Baptist parsonage - at Muscatine,
Iowa, was solemnized the marriage of
Miss Pearl Watson and Leonard S.
Dungan of Pine Bluff, 111. The cere
mony was performed by Rev. J. B.
Smith. The bride was attired in a
brown suit. ' They were accompanied
by the bride's father, Thomas Watson,
and cousin, Mrs. Bertha Hauri. The
bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Thomas Watson, and is popular amon;
her friends here. She has taught school
in . this vicinity. The" groom is the
son of ' Mr. . and Mrs. Isaac Dungan.
and is also , well known. About 50
friends and relatives were present at
a 7 o clock wedding supper served at
the home of the bride's parents. Mr.
and Mrs. Dungan will make their home
on a farm near Pine Bluff, and will be
at home to their friends In a short
Mr. and ' Mrs. A. Bowser departed
Monday for Redding, Iowa, where they
will visit for a short, time with the
latter's brother,' Oten Warman, and
other xelativeB. ' . . . .
Mr. and Mrs. O. A. Warman are the
proud parents of a new daughter.
born Dec. 14.
Fred Attic of St. Charles, Iowa, is
visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Thomas Watson and other relatives In
this vicinity. . . . r .
Mrs.' John Bowser and daughter,
Mattie, departed v. Monday . for Leon,
Iowa, where they will .visit for. an in
definite time with relatives. ?
. Marked for Death. -
"Three years ago I was marked for
death. A crave-vard couzh was tear
ing my lungs to pieces Doctors failed
to help me.- and hope had fled, when
my husband got Dr. King's New. Dis
covery,! say j Mrs. A. i,.' vn..uns, of
Bae, Ky. "The first dose helped me
and improvement kept on until! had
gained 58 pounds in weight and " my
health waar fully restored." This medi
cine holds the world's healing record
for coughs end colds and lung and
throat diseases. It prevents pneu
monia.' Sold under guarantee at all
druggists. 600 and It Trial bottle free.
Ready, to Cut Ice. Moline ice com-
Mmm-'"""" OUUUL rettu w uc'" """City in 1S3S.
' nnnnal h a ruoct a a cntn a a tha. river
f reezes to efficient .thickness.' Two
of the nceroB having recently elected
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'" Ice ""BP11? has as new officers,! Mrs. Flora Tando went to Chicago
Jonn T." Campbell, president; H. K.' Friday to visit with her daughter, Mrs.
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i Mack, vice president, secretary and
treasurer. : .
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Stole a Suit Case. Charles Wilson,'
who has been working at a lunch room
at Silvis, was bound over for grand i
larceny yesterday by Magistrate Gus-;
tafson and sent to jail in default of .
bail. He admits having taken a suit
case belonging to J. Larbach and con-
tainine a suit of clothes and nair of
shoes, but says he was drunk at the!
Roland-Rockmore. James H. Roland,'
a railroad man employed, at Silvis by.
the Rock Island railway, was married
Thursday at 10:30 to Miss Grace Rock-
more, who has been employed for
eral years as bookkeeper at the Emery ,
bakery. The wedding took place at
the parsonage of the First Congrega
tional church, Rev. Paul Brown offi
ciating. Have Chicken $how. Residents of.
East Moline, Silvis and Walker's Sta-
tion have an opportunity of attending,
free of admission, an exhibition of fine
chickens, held in the building occu-
pied by A. Vanderbecke in. East Mo-
line. The show is the first of its kind
ever attempted in that vicinity and!
will be open till Jan. 1.
Christianson Weideman. William
Christianson and Miss Ella Weideman
were Wednesday united in marriage
at the parsonage of the Second Meth
odist church by Rev. D. S. Andrewar
tha. Langbehn-Nitz. A pretty but simple
wedding took place Thursday, after
noon at 2:30 o'clock at the rectory of
the Christ Episcopal church when Rev.
P. H. Burrell united Miss Lanra C.
Nitz of Coal Valley and Frank Lang
behn of this city in marriage. The
full Episcopal service was performed,
and the young couple were attended
by Miss Rose E. Xitz and George II.
Nitz, -sister, and. brother of the bride.
Infmediately after the ceremony the
couple went tot Coal Valley, where they
will spend some "little time with the
bride's parents, . and they will be at
home at 1519 Sixth avenue, Moline.
Obituary Record. Mrs. Georgiana
Wilsqn," formerly of this city; died
Wednesday at the home of her daugh
ter, "Mrs. McClure of La'Harpe, 111.
Mrs. Wilson lived in thiscity at
Twenty-third street and Fifth avenue
until lately, when she went to live
with her daughter. The. remains were
sent to Geneseo for burial.
E, W. Hibbard of 1111 Fifteenth
street died Wednesday night after an
illness lasting two months with heart
disease. Deceased had resided in Mo
line for the past six years. He was
born in Hadley, Mass., 75 years ago,
and lived there; until he came to Mo
line. The remains were shipped to
Missouri Valley, Iowa.
Mrs. J. P. Hall,, wife of J. P. Hall of
the Midland Motor company, died at
the hospital in Dixon, 111., Wednesday
afternoon after . a short illness with
pneumonia. . . - , '
Mrs. Louise Lydia Edgren, wife of
Fast Being Realized by Rock Island
A little backache at first.
Daily increasing till the back Is lame
Urinary disorders quickly lollow.
. Diabetes and finally Bright's disease.
This is the downward course of kid
ney ills. .
Don't take this course.
James' Grimes, 1728 Third .avenue,
Moline," 111., says - I suffered from kid'
ney disease mnd its kindred ailments
for Vears. The most severe symptons
were pains across, my loins and con
tinual backache. I could not stoop or
lift anything without enduring sL .rp
shooting pains through 'my back and
shoulders. The secretions of the kid
neys were ery Irregular, causing me
much annoyance, particularly at night
when I would have to get up many
times. I tried many remedies but was
unable to get any relief until I heard
of Doan's Kidney Fills. - I immediately
procured a box and after taking them
in accordance with the directions the
pains began to leave me, the secre
tions became regular, and in a very
short .time 1 was completely cured. I
can conscientiously say that I owe my
; Present good health to Doan's Kidney
Pills, and am glad to recommend them
to anyone suffering from any form of
kidney disease." : -.
Plenty more . proof Uke thlB front
Rock Island people. - Call at Harper
House pharmacy and as what custo
mers report." . ..' , .
For sale by alT dealers. Price 50c.
Foster-Milburn company,. Buffalo, N. Y,
sole agents fori-the United States.
Remember the name Doan's and
take ndothecu .l"; -
Emil Edgren "of Arnold Park, .Iowa, 1
died at the home-of . her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Gust Beckstrom, 407 Nine-1
teenth street, Thursday, after a linger
ing illness with tuberculosis. She was
born in Moline June 29, 1881, and was
reared and educated in the Moline
public schools. She was confirmed in
the Swedish Lutheran church and re
mained a member of that organization
until moving " to Arnold Park. She
was rsarried to Emil
Edgren In this
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vurney r arrow ana sou visneu
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JMiss tjerma aievens wem 10 ueaar
n.i4 t t-I j
Mrs. John Parks went to Rock Island
Tuesday to isit relatives and friends
over Christmas. -
Frank Lundquist arrived Wednes4ay
from Ipswick. S.' D.. to join his wife
who has been here two weeks visiting
her -parents. Mr. and Mrs. Robert
Davison. They will visit Mr. Lund-
quest's parents at New Windsor before
their return home. I
. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph DavidsJm ar
rived Wednesday from Danville, 111.,
on their wedding trip to spend Christ-
mas with Mr. Davidson's parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Robert Davidson.
H. W. Lloyd went to Streator, 111.,
to attend the funeral of his brother-in-
sev-llaw. ; His wife accompanied him as
far as Rock Island. ' From there she I
went to Iowa City to spend Christmas.
Miss Elzina O'Mealia went to Moline
Tuesday for a few days visit.
Miss Gladys. Brehme and Florence
O'Mealia were in the tri-cities Wednes-
day and Thursday.
Miss Florence Ostlund of Silvis re-
turned to her home last Thursday af-
ter a visit with Miss Anna Ranson.
J. W. Young attended the funeral cf
his brother at Princeton, 111., who died
'at Carrilltbn, 111., last week.-
Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Love attended
Ithe funeral of Mrs. Ulani near Swe-
dona. She was Mrs. Love's sister.
The funeral was held Tuesday.
Mrs. William Gibson was called to
Cable- Sunday on account of the ser
ious illness of her mother, Mrs. Sladen,
wlio died Wednesday morning between
10 and 11 o'clock.
Mrs. William Dawson, who lives
south of Cable, died Monday night.
The funeral was held Wednesday. . She
leaves to mourn, her husband, one son
and two daughters. Interment was in
the Cable cemetery.
NEW RAILROAD BODY.
Permanent Organization Embracing
Five States Formed.
Railroad commissions of five states
njet in Chicago the. other day and or
ganized a permanent association to be
known as the North Central Associa
tion of Railway Commissioners. The
object of the association is declared
to be "the consideration of matters of
mutual interest to the association and
to the public."
The states represented are Illinois,
Michigan, Ohio, Wisconsin and Indi
ana. The movement was started by
the commission of the state of Michi
gan,' and C. L. Glasgow of that body
was selected president of the associa
tion. Commissioner W. II. Boys of
Illinois was elected, vice president and
William- Kllpatrlck secretary. The
headquarters of the association will
be in Chicago, and meetings are to be
held at the call of the chairman or
upon the request of any commission
vrhlch Is a member of the association,"
The movement Is regarded by many
as one of the most Important since the
creation of railroad commissions, says
the Chicago Record-Herald. , In the
discussion preceding the organization
it was agreed that there is too little
uniformity in the action of the vari
ous state commissions and that gen
erally sneaking what Is of interest to
the shippers and the railroads of one
state is equally Interesting to those of
It is also admitted that there is
lack of sympathy and understanding
between the commissions and the rail
roads, and it is desired to get in closer
touch with both the railroads and the
shippers. It is also hoped that the
scope of the organization may be -en
larged to include many commissions
and that other organizations of similar
character may be perfected to consist
of the commissions which have kin
dred interests by reason of their terri
As a beginning the association is di
recting its attention to the elimination
of grade crossings and to the subject
of trespassing on American railroads.
Reports on. both subjects were made
by committees appointed some months
ago when a preliminary organization
was perfected. The committee on
grade crossings, of which Commission
er Woods of Indiana Is chairman, re
ported - that such crossings should he
eliminated, but the' members were at
a loss to know how the movement
could be accelerated. .
In Indiana, for example, there are
more ' than - 7,000 unprotected . grade
crossings and nearly 20,000 in Illinois.
It would cost the railroads at least
$250,000,000 In the former state and
twice that much In the latter to elimi
nate these crossings. . In Indiana the
railroads have spent only $2,000,000 in
the last five years in eliminating these
crossings, but during, the coming year
they are expected to spend S 1.000,000.
- The committee decided that 1 future
crossings at grade shorM not be per
mitted, that the state commissions
should be given the ipower . to
with, the separation of grades ando
j apportion the- cost between the ra
roaas ... ana . tne mnnicuauaes.
' Oil HeatteF
(Equipped with Smokeless Device)
It may be carried Irom any other room to the lath room, which
vnn arp nrpnarino lor die balh. Impossible
to turn it too high or too low.
you can buy intense heat lor 9 hours with
one tilling. . -
The RttTo Lamp hh
Kold purposes. Gives a clear.
tteaJy L'ghL Made of brass throughout and nickel
plaiei Equipped with the latest improved central
drah burner. Handsome simple satisfactory. Every
lamp guaranteed. , . ,
It you cannot get heater or lamp at your dealer s.
wTite our nearest agency lor descriptive circular.
STANDARD OIL COMPANY
laws should be pnssrcT requiring the
railroads to do away with a certain
proportion of jn-ade rosslngs. every
year and that the slaughter of people
at FUth rrc;ln.3:s had been properly
"characterized "the great American
crime.'' . .
The ' committee on trespnssing re
ported that fully 50 per cent of the
fatnlities on American railroads was
due to trespassing, that laws should be
passed and enforced which would- ade
quately protect the railroads ajainst
trespassers, that "section foremen
should have police . powers and that
railroads should bo required, as In
England, to post ut their stations the
names of all persons convicted of tres
passing. ' " "
RECORD OF COURT HOUSE
Real Estate Transfers.
Joseph Schmidt to Edward DeBruy
oker, west 40 feet lot 2. .block 2. town
East Rock Island, Moline. $1,300.
Gust Dralle to Anna Crossley, lots
12, 13, block 1S9, town of East Moline.
Charlotta Brown to Jacob Bushong,
north 95 feet lot 1, block- 7. Howard's
first addition. Rock Island. $100.
Robert W. Andrews to Charles W.
Wake' west one-half, northwest (ex
cepting tracts) section 9-17-lw. $6,545.
Charles W. Wake to Robert W. An
drews, lots 17, 18, block 5, lots 18, 19,
frequently suffer great pain and misery during the
change of life It is at this time that the beneficial
effect of taking Cardui is most appreciated, by those
who find that" it relieves their distress.
- (Mrs. Lucinda C. Hill,
"Before I began to take
I "was afraid to lie down
take it I felt better, in a
gone. I can sleep like a
Of life pas nearly left me. Try Cardui. i 7
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liable to cause colds. The batliroom.
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' This is easy and the bath is a
comfort ii you have a
, The most economical heater
block C, outlots 4, 5, 10, Donahoo &
Conner's first addition East Moline.
.Charles F. Hemenway to Harrold
Hemenway. part lots 1, 2, block 1,
Moline on bluff. $1. "
Harrold Hemenway to J. D. Metz-
gar, part lots 1. 2. block 1, Osborne's
first addition Moline on Bluff. $1.
Derastus Littig to Alta Littig, lot 9,
block "A," Prospect park addition; Mo
William T. Johnston to William
Johnston, lots 7, 8. 9, east one-half lot
10, block 2, Reynolds. $2,100.
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Having Kozema on. my ankle for 11
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und also- used other remedies, but got,
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You can use my name, as I can tell you
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Hyde Park. Pa. "
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Cardui, I suffered so badly
at night. lAiter I began to
week. Now my pains have
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