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THE ARGUS, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 30, 1909,
Rock Island Company Will Not
Allow Women or Gambling
in Its Saloons.
KEEPERS ARE GIVEN NOTICE
Will Expel Any Tenant Who Violates
the Order Move Worthy of
Saloonkeepers occupying buildings
either owned or leased by the Rook
Icland Brewing company received the
following notice this morning:
Rock Island, III., 10-33-09.
desire to inform you that we shall
positively expel any tensnt who har
bors women or permits gsrrbling in
any of our buildings.
We are taking thi3 action for the
good of the saloon business and re
ports will be made to us of any viola
tions of this kind which take place.
No licenses therefore should be
taken cut by those who will not com
ply with this requirement. Yours very
ROCK ISLAND BREWING CO.
In mi V'ltirtmtnm.
An Aigus representative learning cf
the action cf the brewery, called upon
President Robert Wagner of the com
pany. "The notice is in the form of nn
ultimatum to all saloonkeepers who
vare occupying property either owned
or leased by our concern," Mr. Wag
ner said, "it is to be enforced perma
nently, not only in the interest of our
own business but for the improvement
of pujiic morals. The notice applies
to ov-T.v saloon in which we hold any
property right and the keepers will
bo h'ii I to the strict letter of its ob
servance. Our company is in position
to !;..) thorough!' posted on the man
r.or !n which tho placvs we are inter
ested in are conducted. We do not wish
to bit millers Cood as assuming police
rowerj I:i this city, nor of interfering
with municipal jurisdiction over tho
saloon trade, but we do propose to- see
t.- it that the saloons in the operation
of which we have a voice are main
tained at a decent standard and thjt
tho objectionable auxiliaries are di-
vorced from them."
This is a commer.d.iiile stand by the
local brewery and one that it might bo
v cl: for competing concerns doing
business ia this city to emulate. It
v. ould go a long way towards elim
inating the evils that are bringing dis
tract to the name of the city ami
iiair.aging the legitimate liqucr trafSc.
No l'censa has been issued for any
cf the three saloons which it is plan
ned to open, at Eighteenth, street and
l-'ourth avenue; C(K Ninth street, and
Second avenue between Nineteenth
nd Twentieth streets. The protests
of citizens owning property .adjoining
these locations have been Hied at the
office of the city clerk.
Another on CUnrJcet Square.
Still another saloon is booked for
Mark-it square. It Is said that its pri
nters are going ahead with their ar
rangements, following the same course
f.s in thp thret ntlifr irnNnoo. !
on-v-iting the wishes of tfaeWtm" i
-operty holders, who are guarantee 1
v.:e your selectio-
15 WEEK THEREl
ViTiG US SUFFICIE" r
E IN WHICH T:
E THE BEST FCS "
LUNQt THUTKM UiLtIN
Miss Elsie G. Weisler left yester
day for a six months' visit with rela
tives in Des Moines.
Benjamin F. Schriver has returned
after having spent the last week in
Nebraska and Colorado.
Mrs. J. L. Goff left this morning for
Hannibal, Mo., where she will visit
several weeks with a daughter.
Rev. R. B. Williams has gone to
Quincy for a few days, having been
called there by the sickness of a
Miss Mary Cleland has returned
from Muskogee, Okla., where she vis
ited for several weeks with her
brother, D. J. Cleland.
Miss Mabel Fullerton has resigned
her position as stenographer at the
Burlington depot, where she has been
employed for ia number of years.
Hon. D. II. G. Kuser. member of the
house of representatives of Pennsyl
vania, who has been visiting here for
several days, has returned to his home
ABE AT OUR FilEET
Circuit Court Adjourns to Give
Attorneys Opportunity to
Ee in Chicago.
BRANCH SATURDAY ONLY
Judge Gest Occupied in Mercer Coun
ty Hereafter Duzeiiberry
Neither the regular circuit court nor
the branch court were in session today
as they were adjourned last evening
in order that a number of the attor
neys could be present at the annual
banquet of the Illinois State Bar asso
ciation which is to take place in Chi
cago this evening. Most of those who
will attend left last evening and spo:ii
today in Chicago. Juds:
E. C. Graver,
of the circuit, Judge R. W. Olmsted
of the county court, State's Attorney
L. M. Magill and Attorneys W. A.
Meese, Andrew Olson and C. E. Die z
all left last evening and several otheis
were planning oh going up this after
noon. Judge W. H. Gest adjourned the
branch court until next Saturday and
in the future the branch- court bore
will be in session only on Saturdays.
The reason for this is that the judge
has to convene the November term of
court at Cambridge next Monday. He
win adjourn it each Friday afternoon
during the term and return here to
hold court on Saturdays.
Verdict for ?3."5.S5
The Duzenberry versus the Moline
Wilson Buggy company casa was dis
posed of yesterduy afternoon when the
jury which heard the evidence brought
in a verdict awarding the plaintiff tho
sum of 535. S5. This was the amount
which the Moline company tendered to
the plaintiff when the case was tried
before a justice of the peace and
which was refused by Mr. Duzenberry,
who contended that he was entitled
to the s'im of 150. The case grew
. out of tho fact that the plaintiff sold
j some merchandize to the defendant
V' hU waa not.lIp to the requirements
rr (in i n itt rno r.i :riipr
!: ii (irthcriiig of Itock Island and i
Mobile Members at the Tur--ier
Amtrirans of Rock Island
- .-. i;i h;vj their first v.zzi .a
.1 i he l-z:. :i torj.x vo .v i v
. hill hi ::c.I: !e!.i:.:.
it. -to ;.n:r:.ce
tuspices of the
the ontertr.inm'-nt in
lo a turning exh'l;:
ly tumors cf Mei::'..
- ".z: at tho Cin Mnr.'uti
f .:.. Llaror McC'ai'ti
:'o will Fuoa'T. The a:V
the right to object or absent In
.ill i)j delivorel Ly 1 rl : lrs. liichara Haak and Mr3. Pau
"(1 V c English tr.H; -'r' Haak Grunenwald.
'.rvey Albert H i- : Jn- 13 Sonata, Etude, Impromptu:
-''Einr societies of ! "r"- Rosa Oberholtzer, Miss Mary
Moline will contrib- ! Sanson.
; r sod cf my re-'-:
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.n oiliest black
tti police sta-
ite C. J. Smith
cc can rar?r
GiLs on a charge of disorderly
BE AT MEETIHG
Mr. Alvord. Wires Acceptance
of Invitation to Appear Be
ACTION MONDAY EXPECTED
School of Instruction for
Mayor G. W. McCaskrin this morn
ing received a telegram from John W.
Alvord, who is at his home in Chicago,
acknowledging the receipt of the in
vitation of the mayor to be present at
the meeting of the city council next
Monday evening and stating that he
would be on hand. Mr. Alvord comes
to further advise with tho council on
his report on the filter bids. Mr. Al
vord has recommended that the con
tract be awarded to a certain com
pany. This company did not submit
the lowest bid, but the engineer main
tains in his report that it offer3 to do
the most satisfactory job, in his judg
ment. One of the disappointed companies
still has its representative here, and
he is going ahead with his missionary
work with the aldermen with the air
cf one who was convinced that his
scheme to upset the recommendation
of ihe engineer was to be "put across."
The nightly school of instruction
continues. Some of the intellectual
f -atures are pulled off in Davenport,
where the instructor and his pupils
are free from the suspecting glances
of the Interested taxpayer. So thor
oughly conversant wiih filter tech
nique have two of the aldermen be
come remarkable for the brief period
which they have devoted to this new
study that it was deemed their due
to be led to fields whore they might
have their fund of knowledge broad
ened. Accordingly, during the present
week, they were treated to a riJo to
Chicago it is assumed that the ex
penses wero deducted from their tui
tion fee and doubtless they have been
heard ere this by the fellow members
of their class at one of the evening
Be that as it may, there still are
aldermen who seriously differ with Mr.
Alvord in his conclusions as to the
most meritorious bid. Doubtless they
will have an explanation to offer at
the meeting of the council Monday
evening for favoring a company other
than the one chosen by the expert at
the expense of tho city to guide them
in the matter.
People Are InfereMed
It is expected that the council will
take final action on the report, of the
engineer at this meeting. There is
great interest among the taxpayers in
this proposed improvement, and there
should be a filled gallery at the meet
ing to hear the dissertations on filtra
llruilc Club Year Plans.
The Etude club, comprising music
students of the tri-cities, has announc
ed its program for the year. The club
was organized in 1S97. Its present
President Mrs. J. M. Sherier.
First Vice President Miss Sclma
. Zczcn-1 Vice President Mrs. Rosa
Lkcrt fnry Miss Selma Sfolley.
T:r- surer Miss Pauline Dittman.
I ibraiian Miss Hattie Jordan.
Pr.s3 Reporter (Davenport) Miss
T'i ; K'i Ro;.crter (Rock Island) Mrs.
J. I'rv! Diiffin.
roni Committee Miss Pauline !
.1 trrsnr, Miss Florence Jordan, Mrs.
The program for the year is as fol-
( I t. 30-MIscellaneous: Mrs. Wil
: "v Wiose.
Oof. 1-1 Oratorio: Mrs. Gertrude
ie-Appelquist, Miss Pauline Dltt-
O-t. 2S Italian and French Opera:
Jennie Mickelwright, Miss Nettle
N'3. 11 Miscellaneous: In charge
r ' " I'is.W. F. Winecke and Mrs. Charles
Dec. 2 German Opera: Mrs. Edla
iv-d. Miss Selma Bruning.
Dc. HO Christmas Music: In charge
in.2 Rondo, Polonaise, Serenade:
Feb. 10 Miscellaneous: By asso
c.V.te members, in charge of Miss Car
no Fernald, Mrs. Alphons Ilagebcock.
Feb. 4 Nocturne, Mazurka,2 Schor-
ATrn T AT Rhorior TVTica Col mi
-.T. i. i a r r ...m
Vsz Grace Hall, Mrs. C. H. VanDuzer.
March 24 Miscellaneous: In charge
of Mrs. Mamie Kelly, Mrs. Harry Lit
tig. For Miss Ilnss.
Mrs. A. L. Lnck?nbe:hl. 1C59 Elev
enth ctrcet, last evening entertained
in honor cf her sister, Miss.M?mIc
IIuss, at a Hallowe'en party. The
guests were ushered to the attic by
ghcr ts where games, stcrlcs and cr
tune telling were indulged in. Miss
Irene Guldenzcpf, acted as witch of
fortunes in an appropriately arranged
I tien. Tne nouse was aecoraiea in me
tion by the members cf the council.
There is also ii; prospect a treat in
the way of aa address by a "disinter
ested" engineer who just dropped in
to look over the situation and give
any advice that the council may feel
that It needs ia reaching a decision
CHILD LABOR TO BE
SUBJECT OF A TALK
IJ. Hayden to Give an Address
at the Y. M. C. A. Tomorrow
The topic for discussion at the
men's meeting at the Y. M. C. A. to
morrow afternoon is "The Problem of
Child Labor." School Superintendent
II. B. Hayden will present the subject
and lead tho discussion. The speaker
will confine his remarks particularly
to the 'abor laws of this state.
At the meeting of ths B. G. M. club
the young men who attended the Illi
nois convention at Champaign last
week will give their reports. Because
of the general interest all men who
may wish to hear these reports will
be admitted to the meeting. Those
who will present reports are Harry
Sniffer, Frank Barker, Curt Lundeen,
Leo Stevens, Norman Kerr, Arthur
Lundeen and Waldo Schoessel.
Plans will soon be completed for tli 3
boys' bible class, which will be started
in a few weeks. Provision is mada
in the plans for the classes in bib!'?
study for all boys who wish to take
advantage of them. The classes will
have competent leaders and will meet
at a convenient hour.
FROM IOWA IS TAKEK
Charles IIecl, Wunted at Fort Mtal
ison, Arrested by Policeman
Chailes Re?d, a paroled prisoner
frcrn the state prison at Fort Madisjn,
Iowa, was picked up here taday by
Oflicer Schnert on information given
the local police force by the warden
at the penitentiary. Reed was con
victed of burglary some three years
ago ana sentenced to live years. H
served about three years and va.i
granted a parole which he broke by
leaving the state and coming to Illi-
nois. The warden at the penitentiary
will be communicated with and an
officer will be sent here to take Reed
back to prison.
Woman Masquerades as Man.
Pauline Golden, a woman who is
well known in police circles, wa ; ar
rested Thursday night for masquerad
ing in male attire and yesterday Po
lice Magistrate C. J. Smith assessed
her a fun- of $150 and costs. She was
rnther Impudent to the court which j tertained the Piii Epsilon sorority
accounts for the amount charged her. j at a Hallowe'en party. With the ex
The magistrate told her that he was j ce ption of a few lighted pumpkins
going to fine her, whereupon she gav? j which wore scattered here and there,
him a tongue lashing which he did the house was in entire darkness,
not relish, and which caused him to ' Many Hallowe'en games wero played
make her fine as heavy
rauline went to jail.
as possible. 1
various Hallowe'en novelties, the un
lucky black cats and autumn leaves
and the Hallowe'en colors, green and
yellow, were carried out. A two
course luncheon was served in the
dining room. Favors were en- lr. ;?d
in a large pumpkin placed in tho
center of the table and drawn by
green rioDons. jerore tne merry com
pany returned to the attic a flash
light was taken as they were grouped
around a decorated table.
Cast in Play Selected.
Mrs. Florence Magill Wallace cf
Moline today announced the cast of
characters for her new play, "The
Soul of Music," which is to be rro-
duced in the tri-cities under the pat-
ronage cf social organizations. The
dates cf the performances will soon
be made known: The cast is as fol
lows: Professor Carl Von Shultz of Ber
lin Christian Oelschlagel.
John R. Hammond of New York
Senor Aldino Costello, Sorrento
Alexander M. Stewart New York
Fritz VV'eckle, Berlin Phil Sonn
tag. Jimmy, the newsboy Master Lyle
James Atkins, London Alex Hart.
John Howe, New York Mr. Scy
nart. Marian Stewart, New York Mrs.
J. J. Dorgan.
Julie Finnedcre, Paris Miss Rao
"Betty" Weber, Lucerne Mrs. Al
Mrs. Margaret Stewart, New York
Mrs. F. M. Wallace.
Frau Weckle, Berlin Miss Cora
Mile. La Fargc, Paris Mrs. ElvanjtVi evening
Sarctent. i ghc,?t !.-rir.s
Berlin students and art'sts Mem
bers of the Trl-City Choral Union.
Guests of the Stewarts Society
girls and men cf the tri-citie3, (names
to be given later).
Mr. nnd Mrs. J. II. Hien of the i
New Kimball hotel. Davenport, an- j
nounce the mr.rriige of their daugh- j
ter. Mist? Ft h el Hien to Harry.. Raty. j
the ceremony having tafesn piace rri-
day, Oct. 22 . at Princeton, Torra. !
where the ycung people went to be I
a march on tlicar i
many frieneis and Laving the cc: -
mcny perfcr.rfed by tha Ccnsre r--1
tional min'rtrr, Rv. Mr. V.a!?h. Af- i
ter a brief weddin- trip ta the eld !
home cf the grocni in EhsSTie-ld, 111., i
Police ITagistrate Ejects For
mer Justice Johnson From
DURING HEARING OF CASE
Becomes Offensive and
Pushed Into the
There was excitement galore in the
ofUce of Police Magistrate Smith this
noon when a half dozen small boys
with their parents were arraigned, on
the charge of disorderly conduct. The
boys were arrested by Detective Pe
terson of tht Rock Island road. They
have been hi the habit of frequenting
the railroad yards and picking up the
coal which falls from the cars. A de
termined effort had been made to keep
them away by warning their parents
that they would be arrested if caught
there, but the threat did not have the
desired effect, and the boys kept on
gathering up tho coal.
This morning a bunch of them were
"pinched," and their parents were )
summoned to appear before the police !
! magistrate. Each of the boya was !
fined $1 and costs, and In most cases ;
the fines were remitted upon payment
of the costs.
J'. 'insan lluttn In.
During the course of the trial of the
boys, G. Albert Johnson, former jus
tice of tho peace, took a hand in the
affair, although as far as could be
found out he was not employed by any
of the de fendants. He became so ob
noxious to the magistrate that the
latter finally got up from his desk and
seized the former justice by the neck
and forcibly ejected him from tho
room by throwing him out into the
street. Mr. Smith told him to remain
there until he could behave like a gen
llt!?nau. Mr. Johnson cooled down very
quickly and promised to be good,
whereupon he was allowed to return
to the court room.
Mr. and Mrs. Baty returned to Dav-
i eaport, and are stopping at the Klin
! ball house. The bride Is the only
; child of Mr. and Mrs. Iiien and came
I to Davenport with her parents fron
I Oskaloosa when her father became
manager of tho New Kimball. She
has been a student at St. Kntherine's
school and popular with many
friends. Mr. Baty was formerly clerk
at the hotel.
Miss Manzy Hostess.
Last night, at her home on Twenty-first
street. Miss Jessie Mauzy en-
and a wird procession marched from
the cellar to the attic, led by the
Hallowe'en witch. On the second
landing of the stairs the march was
interrupted Ly a witch with a camera,
j At the end cf the march the party
' enjoyed a few hours' dancing with
the musical witch. As the first course
cf the appropriate repast, which was
served by the hostess, a marshmallcw
tcast was enjoyed by all.
For M:;s Prriry.
Mrs. Clair drury of New Poston,
111., was honoree yesterday afternoon
at a charming thimble party at the
home of Mrs. I. H. Houghton in Rock
Island, members of the King's Help
ers circle of Kind's Daughters being
guests. About 25 ladies enjoyed the
chat and fancywork of the afternoon
together with reminiscences of the
recent week-end house party at the
Drury home Dear New Boston.
The Young People's Christian un
ion cf the United Presbyterian
church gave a Hallowe'en social last
evening at the church. The decora
tions, . jnck-o-lanterns, pumpkins,
corn stalks, etc.. and the Hallowe'en
procession of witches and ghosts,
singing weird songs, were the feat
ures of the entertainment. The pro
cession was led by Miss Edna Buett
ner. Refreshments were rerved.
Mis CruM Is Married.
Announcement cards have- been re
ceived telling cf the marriage of Miss
Stella Crull and Robert E. Mellat
ton. both of St. Louis in that city
on the 2?.d of this month. Mrs. Hat
ton formerly was a resident cf Dav
erport, having moved to St. Loui3
with her parents several years ago.
Her father was a member of the firm
of the Major-Crull Lumber company.
H;:brt Yrl H:st.
The F. D. C. club hold a meeting
last evening sit the home cf Hubert
Ward, Ci:'. Twenty-third street, and
most of the lens who nnke up the
club were pros out. After p. short
b'.:?incss rnrsion tho rerrninder cf
i r-pent in tolling
d other Hallowe'en
aiiv;r.?ments. The meeting wound up
with a "Hallowe'en supper which was
grcatly enjoyed. .
G't-hee Guniince HiitcrttiJns.
Thej GItcbeo G;:in:nee Outing club
hold a Hallowe'en party 'last, evening
at its hungaicw cn HocK river and a
very plea-? ;;r.t cvf-ning was srnt. A
Hai'owo'en enprer va:j served ar.d
tho romrirSer cf the evening was
r - per.t in tea-ting rsnrshn-.ai!ows by a
camn fire p.nd in txAtlnr, ghost rtories.
A dczeu young j-ccplc were r.t the
ps - rcy.
. Th- Mi
I.t cy cr Cslla' IIcl?
''.artha I;re-iar eutrtr.icd
lat - evening with a Hallaire'ea party j
Ten JDollars Down
We have had many inquiries regarding: the lots at
Forty-fourth street and Fourteenth avenue which we are
selling on easy terms from people who could not take tho
time during the week to look them over.
To accommodate cur patrons wo have arranged to
be on the grounds
SUNDAY, OCT. 31.
from 2 to 4 p. m. Meet us there and see some of the
finest lots in the city.
Remember the terms: $5 per month, no interest,
payments suspended during sickness could you ask for
Suite 405 Best Building. Old Phone 333
Open Wednesday and Saturday Nights.
and barn dance at 2723 Sixth ave
nue. Refreshments were served and
an orchestra furnished music during
The Tri-City 500 club met Thurs
day with Mrs. Joseph Oe-hs of Twelfth
and Brady streets, Davenport. The
favors of the afternoon games went
to Mrs. M. Levi of Rock Island and
Mrs. Joseph Dputsch of Davenport.
The next meeting will be with Mrs.
Joseph Fleisehrnan of Brady street
Announcement comes to Daven
port friends cf the marriage at 5
o'clock at Ottumwa, Iowa, cf Wil
liam Gruenwald and Miss Cora Mae
Underwood, both of Davenport, C.
iiengen, rector cf Trinity Episcopal
church, readingthe marriage service
at the rectory.
Colonel Bracket t Circle.
The ladies cf the Colonel Brackctt
circle, No. 58, will entertain the mem
bers cf Gettysburg circle. No. 25,
Molim. end their friends, who are
cordially invited to attend, at a Hal
lowe'en party at Memorial hall, in
the court house this evening.
HELD OF BY THREE
C. M. Merritt, Kevanee, Claims
to Have Been Boiled in
City Last Night.
MONEY AND PAFER MISSING
Not Able to Tell Just Where
Happened Ilchl for Stealing
C. M. Merritt, who says his father
is a wealthy resident of Kewar.ee, re
ported to the police department that
he had been held up last night in this
city by throe men and $o3 in money
and three drafts for $214 taken from
him. He was partially intoxicated and
could not state in what part of th-o
city the holdup occurred.
Today the police gathered In a sus
pect, who give3 his name as Kin. lie
had in his possession one of the drafts
taken from Morritt. King is a
stranger, having arrived in the city a
few days ago.
Systematic Tlilfvlnpj. j
Two men nnnjod Longwrli and Ha'
field, whose homes are on Forty-stx:i
street in this city, were arrested this
afternoon on a charge of larceny pre
ferred against them by the V lie Car
riage company of Moline. where both
had been employed. They are accused
of the systematic theft from the rom
ppny of tool;-, and other factnry hj
pliances of the aggregate value of $1,-c-00.
Part of the miasing property was
found in their hemes.
ROCK ISLAND CLUB
HAS NEW STEWARD
George II. Stcp7:c:;son F.Mccrr ds J. L.
Weaver, Who Goes to
Cecrge R. Slcphenooa v.lll crr-.irr.o
tho unties cf srowsrd cf the Rock Is-
land Club next Monday. Mr. Stop;
ton. wa3 fcrrr.erly stoward of the Co
lonial club sr.d the Golf r.d Co iilry
club cf HariforL Ccr.r... II: h f ; ther
i.l:: months aro and l;r ti::ce loci" at
the expos;'. icn at tatt!.
Georgo L. Weaver, whom Mr. St?ph
csson sr.rteci's, win r:r.-.ain l:i Feci:
Island for sever..! t'a.3 y.v lie will!
m rKrec ly. ficr here to Oz Par.,
w-Ui the Cell Park club.
C-l e-iars V:n.
In z rrrr.e cf rrothi'l cr. t
. .he col- j
alcj ty a !
3 m:cr..ca Lo t.r.ue
.score cf 5 to 0.
a Xyf onth
OF NEW SOOIETY
Organized at a Meeting Held
Today at Aug-ustana
FIVE INSTITUTIONS JOIN
A. Nelson of Iowa University, I
Chosen for the First Presi
dent. "Scandia" Is the name of the asso
ciation of Scandinavian college and
university clubs which was formally
organized at Augustana college this
morning. Five Institutions Joined In
the organization. They are: Illinois
university, Iowa university, Minnesota
university, Augustana college, and
Bethany college. The election of offi
cers was held this morniritr, following
tho adoption cf-a constitution, and re
sulted as follows:
President J. A. Nelson. Iowa uni
Vice President Professor A. A.
Stombtrg. Minnesota, university.
Secretary Miss S. L. Dewey, Illi
Treasurer C. A. Bcnanier, Augus
The convention opened last even,
ing, an informal meeting blag held
lasting until midnight. This morning
the convention convened aain In Ca
ble hall. The delegates who repre
sented the various Institutions were aa
follows: Illinois university, E. J. Has
sclquist and Miss S. L. Dewey; Min
nesota university, I. K. Colberg and
Professor A. A. Stornberg; Bethany
college. George Andcreon and En;U
Swanson; Iowa university, J. A. Nel
son and V. S. Gabrielaon; Augustana
college, J. M. Larson trd C. A. Bwiaa
der. t Mct-Mntc r.t Trm Ct7t.
The convention resolved itMlf Into
a committee of the wholu tsid. pro
ceeded to draw up a const'titicaj The
object of the organization, &g tz.Ud In
the constitution, is to forties ec - pro
mote Scandinavian lltrmfwra. atu:-;c
and Bcienco. After tl e-jart'J-Ai'Ky
had hi en adapted, tt alseis- c offi
cers followed. The ccatttiki f ail
ed to held its next rae-jtlu t-4. ltv.:
City, March 1. 1310, rtcr trblct. H ad
journed. r.'or'.h Star lAy L'?.
The raft boat NofJi i3U? zsrpiKA
the local pert this rr.'ifLtiij Owe IZ.-n
kvik. It wss tnkrn diTn Ui t!. Jv.?i-
j port harbor and put. Into riar (inn--j
tors this nf.e-no-n. Th txT?"bo.T
ilarri'jt v. : airJve- ti'T. in 'vecu
and will bj ptit iilo thi irbo;
with the Nrrth Star. It 1? &r trori:
ing in tho Keokuk ca.nl.
Tho Georgia S. ha? Iv-pp pt;f. rxi t.'i'
wrv3 at V..-::ni ba for r--p )!r3 vrhi-."
will be r:cd-i C .: ing the' w'r:tr.
"T- ' J J t J
'3 PEG5TA &rc the vvaah-.