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THE ROCK ISLAND AllGTJS, FRIDAY, MARCH 25, 1910.
NEWS OF THE NEIGHBORS
Licensed to Wed. Fred W. Schnare
-)nnd Miss Lillian Breede of Davenport
-jand Ernest Duvall and Martha Crooks
f Milan. ... ..
Rabbi - FlneshHber Speaks In Chl
icage. Rabbi TV. H. Fineshrlber of
'Temple Emanuel left yesterday for
Chicago; where last night he lectured
'at Masonic temple hall on the subject
"Jewish Samurai." He will remain in
Chicago over Sunday, having accepted
-ithe Invitation to deliver the sermon
: 'Sunday morning at Isaiah temple. By
,'reason of Dr.. Fineshriber's absence,
ithere will be no services this evening
tat Temple Emanuel. The sermon
-originally planned for that evening
f "will be .delivered a week later.
y. Wife Threatens to Kill, He Claims.
: Jn a petition for a decree of divorce
Lwuich has been filed in the district
jcourt Bernhard Haupt seeks separa
tion from his wife, Mary N. Haupt, on
!jthe grounds of cruelty and inhuman
'treatment. He alleges that on cer
tain specific occasions she has threat
ened him 'with a knife and a loaded
irevolver and that she also threatened
T to use $ stove poker on him. Because
'-lot this anther alleged uncontrollable
rjtemper he seeks a divorce. He claims
Ithe .wife is not a fit' person for the
custody of the two children, Jacob
i'and Amalle, whose charge he seeks.
They were married Dec. 17, 1895.
c Unearth Nest of Rattlesnakes,
'While excavating for the foundation
'of the new Putnam building at Second
i and Main streets yesterday workmen
- struck a rattlesnake's nest and four
'I reptiles, all full grown, were killed.
" C. F. Johnson secured the rattles and
ris keeping them for souvenirs.
Obituary , Record. Arthur Howard
; Huggins, aged 9 months and 12 days,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Huggins,
315 Harrison street, died Wednes
day. His parents, only survive., The
funeral was held this morning at 10
o'clock from the family residence.
Burial was in Oakdale cemetery.
Yesterday at the family home on
Long street in Bettendorf occurred
the death of Henry Claussen Sr. Mr.
Claussen had been ailing In health all
the past winter, although he had been
up and about the boose, but since the
death of his wife two weeks, ago he
had been failing rapidly. Surviving
are the following children: Hans and
Henry of Lyons county, Iowa; Mrs.
Anna Suhr of Walcott, Iowa; Mrs. El
sie Giesenhagen of Wyonette, 111.;
Carl and William at home. The fu
neral will be Sunday from the late
home, with Interment beside his wife
Yesterday at Mercy hospital oc
curred the death of August Wend
hausen, 1046 West Second street, after
a lingering illness of dropsy. He was
born in Davenport Feb. 6, 1870, and
was raised and educated in the local
public schools. For five years he was
a member of the Davenport police
force. One sister, Mrs. Edward Luett,
and three brothers, Herman, William
and Edwin Wendhauseu, survive. The
funeral will be held Sunday afternoon
at 2 o'clock from the Eagles hall. The
body will be incinerated at -the Daven
Mrs. S. S. Baker's birthday occurred
March 17, and several of her lady
friends were out from Mollne to as
sist her in celebrating the event.
Songs were sung and a good time was
Adam Mohr will move here and oc
cupy the Yost property.
Herbert Cook of Rock Island visited
his mother, Mrs. M. L. Cook, Thurs
day and Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. Wandschlnder have
Anty Drudge on Teaching 'Rlthmetic.
Teacher (in arithmetic class) "Now, Mary, if your
mother spent two hours boiling the clothes, three
hours in rubbing them, and an hour to hang them
out, how many hours would that be altogether?"
Little Mary "Yes, but my mama doesn't boil the
clothes. She washes them with Fels-Naptha in cool
or lukewarm water, and she doesn't have to, rub
them hard, either."
Anty Drudge "You'd better make the time shorter,
Mistress Schoolteacher, when you give an addition
question like that to a little girl whose mother knows
- the advantage of washing with Fels-Naptha."
Easy on the woman and easy on the
That's why progressive women are
washing their clothes with Fels-Naptha
in cool or lukewarm water, in summer or
It's easy on the woman because it
.does away with fires for heating water,
makes hard rubbing unnecessary ' and
takes less than half the time of the old
way of washing. r
It's easy on the clothes because there
is no boiling to make the clothes tender,
and no hard rubbing to wear them into
holes before their time.
Save yourself; save your clothes use
Costs little money for a big cake, and
lasts longer than-ordinary soaps.
In using it follow directions printed
oh the red and green wrapper.
The New Hotel Colfax
PIRATES Its own Electric Railway. Electric Light Plant.
Cold Storage end Ice Plant, Laundry, Garage Has
Most Complete Mineral Bath Equipment la the West.
Orchestra American Plan
VVrtte For Booklet JAMES P. DONAHUE. Prop.
M. C Springs
The Great Uric Acid
For Rbenma tism.
Stomach, Liver and
ThisM. C Water has
been. here from Kansas visiting rela
tives. Hollis Warren has returned from
Hot Springs, Ark.
Mrs. C. H. Lee visited relatives at
Pleasant Valley. Iowa, Tuesday.
The Ladies' Aid society met Thurs
day of this week .with Mrs. S. S. Baker.
Miss Olive Anderson of Mollne has
been visiting at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. J. E. Maxwell.
Mrs. Johanna Markman is here from
Gladstone to visit with relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Patten are visit
ing relatives to the vicinity of Peoria.
C. A. Collins has returned from Ver
mont, where he has been for several
Mrs. Clara Holland and niece, Mar
guerite Silvis, were up from Rock Is
KATES S3.00 TO $6.00 PER- DAY.
' O. B. Carlstrom went to Freeport
Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Friese spent
Tuesday with friends In Monmouth.
Mrs. A. G. Bridgeford was a Gales
burg visitor Tuesday.
' Ernest Boultinghouse went to Anna
Miss Edith Roberts spent Sunday
with her parents in Sherrard. She
was accompanied by Miss Hettle Mc
Crelght. Miss' Grace Gleason of Viola visited
her parents here over Sunday.
Mrs. L. C. Detwiler and daughter,
Miss Lois, are visiting Rock Island
friends this week.
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Edwards visited
Woodhull friends Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Matchneer and
daughter vlsited over Sunday with
Rock Island and Mollne friends and
W. J. Graham returned Sunday from
a week's outing at Boston bay.
W. C. Dilley returned from Chicago
Tuesday, where he had been with
Miss Eva Kramm of Atkinson, I1L, Is
home for a short visit with her moth
er, Mrs. Allie Kramm.
Thomas Townsley of Palmyra, Mo.,
spent several days this week with bis
brother, B. F. Townsley, here.
Theodore Waespe spent Sunday in
Mollne with his sister.
Grant Kramm is home from Cornell
college for a short visit with his moth
er, Mrs. Allie Kramm.
Craig Whitsitt of Knox college is
visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. R.
H. Whitsitt, this week.
A. M. Byers left Thursday for Sioux
City, Iowa, near which place Mr. By
ers owns a large farm. Thomas Mur
ray of New Boston went with him.
Ira Reynolds arrived home Satur
day from Redwood, Minn... where he
had been looking after his farming
A committee of Davenport business
men were in the city Tuesday evening
to meet a delegation from the church
es of Aledo at the Aledo clubrooms, in
the interest of the laymen's mission
ary movement convention at Daven
port April 1-3.
Miss Bertha J. McCulley passed
away at Denver, Col., Thursday morn
ing, March 17., where she had been
taken by her parents some time ago In
hopes of being beneficial. Miss Mc
Culley was 19 years of age and with
her parents had been a resident of this
city for the past 10 years. She had
many friends here. The remains were
brought to this city from Denver, ar
riving Saturday night, and the funeral
services were held from the Methodist
church Sunday, Rev. T. C. Pittinger
conducting the services. Interment
was made in Candor cemetery.
At the republican primary Saturday
afternoon the following township offi
cers were placed on the ticket: For
supervisor, H. R. Morrison; town clerk,
W. D. Emerson; assessor, George W.
Reed; collector, John Y. Smith; com
missioner of highways, Jared Irwin;
trustee of schools, S. M. Taylor.
The democratic caucus was held Sat
urday evening and the following town
ship, ticket was placed in the field:
Supervisor, E. Boulthighouse; town
clerk, P. R Mauck; assessor, Patrick
O Day; collector, R. II. Whitsitt; com
missioner of highways. C. L. Baldwin;
trustee of schools, John Gray.
Special Taxation Notice.
Notice is hereby given to all per
sons interested, that the city council
of the city of Rock Island, state of
Illinois, having ordered that a local
improvement be made by the paving,
grading and curbing of Thirty-eighth
street from Seventh avenue to Eigh
teenth avenue, the ordinance for the
same being on file in the office of the
city clerk, having applied to the
county court of Rock Island county
for an assessment of the cost of said
improvement, according to frontage,
and an assessment therefore having
been made and returned to said
court, the final bearing thereon will
be had on the 7th day of April, A.
D., 1910, or as soon thereafter as the
business of the court will permit.
All' persons desiring may file objec-
tfnna In antri rnurt TiofarA eoM A
and may appear on the hearing and
make their defense. Said assessment
is payable in ten installments, and all
installments except the first shall
bear interest from and after the date
of the last voucher Issued on account
of work done until paid at the rate
of 5 per cent per annum.
' Dated March 21. 1910.
Narrowly Escapes Carving-A seri
es cutting affrar s narrowly avert
ed In East Mollne Wednesday after
noon. J. H. Randali, who it is said.
had been drinking, attack" Walter
Warren of Osborn with a knife. Ran
dall is said to have approached War
ren from behind and would have
stabbed him had It not been for the
warning cries of a bystander. Ran-.!all
was arrested and held to the grand
Jury In $200 bonds.
Fires Checked in Time. Two iuns
were made by the fire department yes
terday. The first call was to the resi
dence of Maurice Poston, Fourteenth
avenue and Twenty-fifth street, where
sparks from a chimney set fire to the
roof. - The damage was alight. The
second call was to the residence of
H. E. Lindstrom on Fourth street and
Sixteenth avenue. The blaze was In
an upstairs room, and it is thought $5
will cover the loss. The origin Is un
Runaway Boy Located. Harry Han
son, the 12-year-old son of Marcus
Hanson, residing at 538 Fifteenth ave
nue, who ran away from home last
Monday, has been located in Wauke
gan, III., and his father left for that
place to bring the boy back home.
Alderman Resigns, Peter G. Stange,
alderman in the Second ward In East
Moline, at the council meeting Wed
nesday evening handed In his resigna
tion and it was accepted. Mr. Stange
has moved -his residence to Mollne
and for that reason can no longer
serve as an alderman in East Moline,
Deaf Mute Frightens Women. A
deaf mute, giving his name as Daniel
Harte, has been giving the police a
great deal of trouble of late, and after
being repeatedly told to leave the city
he persisted in staying until he was
again arrested and given 10 days In
the city jail on bread and water. The
fellow is about 38 years old and has
been annoying women on the street
and approaching them as If he were
going to strike them. He has also
made himself a great nuisance by beg
ging on the streets. '
Westerner Locates Here. Dennis
Maher of Kingfisher, Okla., has ar
rived in the city and will assist his
brother, T. W." Maher, in his real es
tate and undertaking business. Den
nis Maher has been engaged in the
real estate business in Oklahoma for
a number of years and is familiar
with every phase of it.
Little Harold Osborne, who was very
seriously Injured in a coasting acci
dent about six weeks ago, is able to
- Mrs. A. Tubbs Is visiting relatives
at Rose Hill and vicinity.
The St. Patrick's day tea held last
Wednesday afternoon at the home of
Mrs. Shannon, vice president of the
Baptist Ladles' Aid eociety, was a
pleasant affair. Cake, coffee, salad,
pickles and sandwiches were served.
Mesdames Henderson, Watkins, John
son and Nelson assisted Mrs. Shannon
L. D. Newton, formerly of Port By
ron; moved his family here last Mon
day. Mr. Newton i3 clerking for Will
Downing in his grocery store.
The young people of the Baptlat
church will give an Easter program
John Free will resign his position
as first engineer at the power house
at the 6hops and Mr. Peersching Jr.
will take his place. Mr. Peersching is
second engineer now.
The Misses Osborne of Geneseo vis
ited last Sunday with Edna Pomeroy.
A dozen young men of this vicinity
Saturday loaded a boxcar with farm
ing tools, provisions, etc., and went to
Are you frequently hoarse? Do von
have that annoying tickllne in vour
throat? Does your cough annoy you
at night and do you raise mucous In
the morning? Do you want relief?
If so, take Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy and you will be pleased.
Sold by all druggists.. ,
It is well to stop a physical ail
ment at the first signs of its approach,
and that is especially true of liver
trouble, which can eventually give
rise to so many serious complications.
Many have liver trouble and imagine
it is indigestion, and hence take the
When the liver does not store up SON
Sclent pastrlc Juices It becomes sluggish,
and In this way disturbs the stomach and
ibowels. with which it la supposed to work
in harmony. Then cornea the sallow
complexion, the pimply face, the dull
pain In the forehead, the thinnlhg of
the blood, etc. A very quick and sensible
way to stop the trouble as well aa to
euro It Is by the use of Dr. Caldwell's
Byrup Pepsin, which contains Ingredients
especially intended to promote the ao
Uvity of tne liver.
Among the many thousands who have
written the doctor about the results
achieved with his remedy, and who are
glad to make the facts public so that
others can help themselves, are Mr. J as.
Kennedy, St. Louis. Mo.: Mrs. 3.- A.
La Rue of Smith's Grove. Ky, and many
These, like thousands of others, started
the use of Syrup Pepsin with a sample.
If you will send your name and address
you ran also obtain a free trial bottle.
This will prove to you that liver trouble
Is promptly cured wtth this remedy or
money will be refunded. Having tried
it you can then buy It in the regular
way of your druirgrlst at fifty cents and
one dollar a bottle, and the latter Is
sufficient for an entire family.
This remedy is a vast improvement
over cat hart lo tablets and salts, which
only do good for the time being. Byrup
Pepsin Is permanent In Its results, ts
leaeant to 'take and does not frrtpew It
especially good for all those who can
not stand a violent purgative.
Dr. Caldwell personally will be pleased
to give you any medical advice you may
desire for yourself or family pertaining to
the stomach, liver or bowels absolutely
free of charge. Explain your case In a
letter and he will reply to you in detail.
For the free sample simply send your
name and address on a postal card or
otherwise. For either request the doctor's
address Is Dr. W. B. CaldwelL H 5 03 Cald
well building; Monticello, El.
South Dakota to work for Mr. Silvis
on his farm. ' ' .-
John Henderson, of. Sixth "street had
one finger nearly cut off while at work
repairing cars. Mr. Henderson is a
traveling car repairer.
The Cox sale of property here last
Saturday was not very . well attended.
None of the eight lots' to be sold at
auction was sold.
The Baptist Ladies' Aid society met
at the home of Mrs. Shannon Wednes
Mrs. Beerbower recently returned
from a trip to Indiana where she saw
to the packing of her household goods.
Mr. and Mrs. Beerbower have moved
Into a residence on Tenth street and
gone to housekeeping.
The Methodists cleared $7.20 at
their "foot and inch" sociable last
Tuesday evening at the bank building.
Little Harvey Foster, 10 years old.
son of (Mr. and Mrs. John Foster of
Sixth street, is recovering nicely from
a recent serious attack of pneumonia.
His brother Willie, aged 7, who has
the same disease, continues very ill
Mrs. John Foster recently returned
from a four weeks' visit at the home
of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mlzner,
at Viola. Her father is quite I1L
Bert Kerns and wife and baby are
visiting with relatives and friends in
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Masters and Mr.
and Mrs. Cy Lloyd returned home Fri
day from Sheffield, 111., where they had
been for a week. They were called
there by the death of their brother,
Misses Lizzie Davidson, Florence
Stone, Nellie and Maggie Gibson were
Rock Island shoppers Thursday.
Thomas Blenkinsopp left Sunday ev
ening for Wisconsin to look after his
Mrs. Richard Haddlck and daughter
Grace returned to their home at Col
llnsville, 111., after three weeks' stay
Rob Clark of Cable boarded the
morning train here for Rock Island
Wednesday to see his mother, who is
sick at the home of his brother, Jacob
Hubert Lawson, who has been visit
ing with relatives and friends' in Sher
rard and this vicinity, returned to his
home at South Ipswich, S. D.
Mrs. Elzlna CMealia went to Taylor
Ridge Monday to visit her aunt, Mrs.
Mrs. William Angus and daughter,
Mrs. Charles Zude, went to Rock Is
land, Moline and Silvis for a visit
with relatives and friends, returning
Miss Mary Watson of Rock Island
visited with her brother, Ed Watson,
and family from Saturday till Monday.
Mrs. Hayes visited with her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Walla Wilmerton, in
Rock Island last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Sandquist are
the parents of a boy who arrived St.
Miss Mabel Prltchard visited In Rock
Island with friends from Saturday till
Miss Mary Halstead returned home
Tuesday from a three weeks' visit
with Mr. and Mrs. Ben Halstead of
Gibson, Iowa. Mrs. Halstead accom
panied Miss Mary home for a short
Mr. and Mrs. Lester Cain are the
parents of a son born Wednesday.
Misses Katherine Bopes and Lena
Lee spent Wednesday at the home of
Ward Candor near Seaton.
William Cain returned home Tues
day from a week's visit with friends
in Stark county.
Harry Terry and sister, Miss Lulu
of near Viola, spent Saturday night
and Sunday at the home of Leek
HpHAT'S the kind we offer
you in Clothcraft. With each
Clothcraft garment goes an insurance policy in
the form of a signed guarantee by the maker.
And we stand back of it, too.
meajis that your Clothcraft
Suit must hold its style
that it is strictly pure wool that
the coat front won't break that
the collar and lapel won't tag or
pucker. Think what this meant
Yet Clothcraft Clothes cost
no mors than ordinaryclothei which never
could stand such backing.
Don't decide on your spring clothet until you learn the facts about Clothcraft.
CLOTHIERS AND FURNISHERS.
Ellis, J. M. Blackburn, B. S. PearsalL
A. L. Hall, A. H. Lowrle, was appoint
ed to Investigate.
The committee also recommended
the appointment of a permanent com
mittee to watch appropriations, tax
levies and tax legislation. An In
crease this year of 24 per cent in the
tax rate here inspired the action.
POPULATION AT 90,000,000
E. Dans. Dnrand Makes Estimate of
Result Census Will Show.
Boston, March 25. In looking over
the New England census field yester
day. Dr. E. Dana Durand. the national
superintendent, said that by Jons 1
he hoped to be able to report the num
ber of Inhabitants in the United
States, probably between 88,000,000
and 91,000,000. The great army of
enumerators, consisting of 75,000 men
and women, will move on April 15 and
will cover the cities In 15 days and
the rural sections in 30 days. It will
take four months to cover the manu
facturing Interests and three years to
tabulate and study the vast undertakings.
All the news all the time The Argus.
Mark the Marquette Mark.
There was no preaching services
at the Foster Baptist church Sunday
as the minister. Rev. Mr. Bryden, was
taken suddenly ill Sunday morning
with an attack of heart trouble.
Mrs. Lee Freise and baby of Sweet-
land, Iowa, visited Sunday at the
home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Miss Carrie Freyermuth returned
home Saturday after a week's visit
with relatives In Iowa.
Misses Ethel Foster and Nellie
Feldman returned home Saturday
after spending a week at Atallssa,
The Pine Bluff M. E. ladies' held
their meeting and served lunch at
the home of Mrs. Orson Warm an
Frank Reynolds has a very sore
hand from blood poison.'
The following have been nominat
ed for office at the spring election:
Republican Curtis Foster, town
clerk; T. C. Mewes. assessor; Clyde
C. Hessman, collector; George Frey
ermuth, road commissioner; William
Simpson and Ed Reynolds, con
stables: Frank Glllett, trustee; T. C.
Mewes. Philip Nusebaum, F. Reynolds.
uemocrats James Hayes, town
clerk; Len McGinnis, assessor; Arch
Foster, collector; William Pietsch,
road commissioner; William Milton,
Justice of the peace; Carl Witt and
Fred Foster, constables; Arch Foster.
Raymond Rlckett an3 William
Pietsch, town committee:
1 k jSysfc d I
0 -.tAAJylJ fit -
Wise contractors and
experienced builders use
Marquette cement in every
structure where there is a chance
of unusual strain. It hasn't disap
pointed yet. The scientific rock
of ages; made out of. the rock that
has come down from the beginning
of time, and re-made to outlast time.
Marquette Cement Mfg. Co.
General Office and Works: La Salle, III
Chicago Office: Marquette DUg., Chicago, IlL
Handled by Representative Dealers.
NEW CITY RULE IN ELGIN
Commercial Club's Committee Favors
the Commission Form.
Elgin, 111., March 25. Reporting' at
the weekly noonday luncheon of the
Elgin Commercial club yesterday, a
special committee appointed to inves
tigate the reason for high taxes, rec
ommended the adoption of the com
mission form of municipal govern
ment in Elgin.
A committee consisting of D. B.
All kinds of Steam and
Hot Water Boilers, Hot
Air Furnaces. Do it right
We can also supply
repairs for all Stoves and
Ranges, no matter where
you bought them.
Allen , Mvers & Company
Telephone West 18. New Phone 5810