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THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 24, 1910.
Legislative Aspirants Are Ex
amined at Meeting of Doc
tors and Druggists.
GET POSITIONS ON LAWS
Information is Sought by Members
of County Organizations in Ad
vance of Primaries.
At a meeting held in the parlors of
the New Harper last night athe call
of the druggist and medical societies
of Rock Island county to ascertain the
position of the legislative - candidates
In regard to medical and pharmaceuti
cal laws, there were 50 members of
the associations present, as well as
Candidates Henry L. Wheelan, F. A.
Landee, Thomas Campbell and Charles
Communications were read by the
secretary of the medical society from
S. A. LaVanway, Frank Abbey and J.
3. Sloan. Mr. LaVanway and Mr.
Sloan stated in their communications
that they favored any legislation pro
posed by the medical men. Mr. Clarke
n his talk took the same stand, but
the "other speakers, although in favor
of such legislation as proposed, did
not say that they would be for it in the
To Be (Inmdoord Further.
A large majority of those present
look part in the discussion of the ques
tion. It was finally decided that the
committees of the two organizations
compile a list of questions bearing upon
the subject under discussion to be pre
sented at another meeting in 10 days.
COURT HOUSE RECORD
Real Estate Transfers.
T. S. O'Hara to Mary W. Carter, lot
5. block 1," Highland Park addition,
Rock Island, $1,125.
Carrie M. Newton to H. II. Findley
tract in southeast, west section 6, 17,
Clyde W. Findlay to A. E. Bleuer, lot
4, block one. Island View Heights ad
dition, Rock Island, $1.
Matthias Simmons to William Bent
ley, lots 1, 2. 3, 4, 5, C,' 7, S, 9 and 10,
block 141, Village of Andalusia, $525.
Marshal!, Hartz & Smith to Clyde W.
Findlay, lot 6, block 1. Inland View
Heights addition, Rock Island, $350.
Josiah Hamilton to Lizzie Murray,
'ots 2, 13, block 1, Ryder & Reeds' ad
dition, Moline, $4 50.
Marshall, Hartz & Smith to Clyde
W. Findlay, lot 4, block 1. Island View
" Heights addition, Rock Island, $350.
E. H. Stafford to Orin D. Becker, lot
12, block 19. First addition. Silvis,
Dorothy Breede to Charles H. Lang
man, lot 4, V. E. Bailey"s Third addi
tion. Rock Island. $1,000.
Rufus Walker to Charles and Solo
mon Langman. lots 1. 2. 3, 4, 5. 6. block
7, Acme addition, Moline, $S,100.
Charles H. Pope to Joseph Rank, lot
27, block 1C9. East Moline, $300.
.Henry J. Gripp to Abraham C. Stouf
fer, lot 1, Valley View place, Coal Vail
Frederick Schattorman to Charles F.
Dugen, lot 11, block 1. S. II. Velie's
addition. Rock Island, $350.
John E. Mitchell to Guy E Adams,
hi to ECnow
F.vry woman knows tbat nothing is more as.
no ii'm or n'lk'i'ts more upon her reputation as
a iirtful housekeeper than rats, mice, cock
roaches, wukr buicd, etc.. in the house.
Every woman should know of the reliable ex
tcrmlnr.tor for uil verntin of this nature
Stearns' Kifctr!c Rat :;nj Roach Paste. This
lafii Is ready fur use aud drives rats and mica
out of th- house to die. Put In sinks and on
shelves ar. nicht, cockroaches and water bugs
are dead in tho morninu.
Monty rrfuntUd if it fails. 3 ounce box. S5n 18
ov.r.vi xr. i i.oo. Sold by drutrKtsts everywhere,
or iient express prepaid on receipt of price.
Stearns' Electric Paste Co.. Chicago, 111.
ter, But It's -Hot!
That does rot stop the Four Tailors at the
Warwick Tailoring Co.
from making Fall and Winter suits, because the Good
Dresser knows the sooner he gets his order in, the soon
er he will get it.
He Also Knows
that it will be ALL WOOL and a PERFECT FIT and as
he says he wants it for Labor Day.
So If You
want to be in line on Lab or Day, get in line now and or
der that Fall Suit.
1628 Second Ave.
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' MISS FA YE M. HOUGH.
Miss Hough, who received the high
est vote in the Young & McCombs pop
ularity contest, is the daughter of Mis.
Elizabeth Hough, 920 Twelfth street.
She is employed as bookkeeper at the
Clement grocery on Twentieth street.
part lot 3. J. M. Gallagher's subdivision
part southeast quarter, section 10-1?-2W,
Alloweis Studer to Paula Brotman,
part lot 6, block 38, Lower addition.
Rock Island, $S00. ,
Gertrude L. Hanoe to Louis W.
Rahn, lot 11, block 1, J. B. Winter's
Ninth Street addition, Rock Island,
T. E. Lundell to Samuel H. and Rob
ert J. Montgomery, west one-half,
southwest one-quarter section 29, 17,
3w, $400. ;
Eells & Smaliey to Elmer E. Lind
ley, lot 3, block 2, Smaller's Second
subdivision, lot 5, southwest section 2,
17, 2w, 350.
J. W. SImonson to Flora Mikesell,
east 100 feet outlot 3S, Section 25, 18,
David V. Hunt to Harry F. Lambert
son, lot 4, Candee's subdivision outlot
2. Sandee Grove, Moline, $1.
PJane S. Cable to Otto Anderson, lot
19, block 9, Buford & Guper's addition,
Rock Island, $285.
Harry R. Dack to Lewis Guldenzopf,
lot 13, block 2, Diolson & Young's ad
dition, Milan, $1,000.
Alexius Helta to Tilson & Hamme
rich, part lot 10, block 4. Pitt's, Gilbert
& Pitt's First additiin, Moline, $7,700.
G. Elmer Blakesley to Helen R. and
Andrew Voss. lot IS, block 1, G. Elmer
Blakesley's Twelfth Street addition;
Rock Island, $500.
Charles E. Radden to Sherman A.
Cartwright, lots 13. 14, "block 2. Rad
den's First addition, East Moline, $625.
Leona Wharton to Augusta Bein, lot
11, block "F," Edgewood Park addi
tion. Rock Island. $000.
John Abel to Hurbis C. Walkup. lot
14, block 2, Stewart's addition, Moline.
Rolland S. Bowlman to Jules Le
Bruyne, lots 1, 3. 5, Island View
Heights addition, Rock Island, $1.
E. H. Guyer to Grover W. Rowton,
part lot 7, assessor's lot section 33. 23,
lw, $275. 1
Warships Sell for Junk.
Enghiuu i- i..(V,v c s big and Im
provements in v.'nrships are so rapid
h:t periodically the navy department
soils its obsolete rlfihtinir ships by
auction. For a month the billboards of
London have container! osters adver
tising a sale by auction of a job lot of
warships. They cost millions to cor.
struct, but the auction iit the Ports
mouth navy yard realized only S40O.00O.
The most lutt-ri'Htij; vos.-c-l sold was
he second class cruiser Melampus. If
was on this cruiser that King Geors:
flew Ids first commander's flag. The
Mehnr.pm realized S4.V00O
Next Door to Bijou
CHURCH III WOODS
Many Families Making Homes
at Tindall's Grove for Camp
MOST OF COTTAGES TAKEN
Arrivals Increasing Daily, Marking
Growing Interest in Services.
Preachers in Attendance.
Tindall's Grove, Aug. 24. The tent.
ing family at the Methodist camn meet
ing is now composed as follows:
Preemption Addie Snider, Rosalind
McEwen, D. A. Clark and family. A. L.
Freeburg and family, F. W. Rathburn
and family, Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Rath-
trum, Will Little, Mabel Syler, Jewel
David, John Martin, Rev. F. G. Gid
dings and family, c. C. Clark and fam
liy, John Lipton and family, Miss An
nie Armstrong, Jennie Andersen, J. C.
Snider a-nd family, Daisy Peterson, Ed
Love and family.
Moline Mrs. D. F. Cromwell,
M. Holt, Mrs, F. A. Burgston.
Hampton Mrs. E. E. Read.
Atkinson Rev. Glenn Tilton
family, Miss Nina Parker.
, Milan Rev. F. I. Stephens and fam
ily, Edith Eddy, H. Cannam and family.
Miss Edith Kale, Miss Viola Goben,
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Vanderslice, Taul
Wadsworth and wife.
Taylor Ridge Rev. A. C. Wood, wife
and brother, M. Curtis and family.
Rock Island IlT K. Walker and
family, Mrs. Moffet.
Reynolds G. Olien and family, Flor
Chicago Mrs. Fisher.
Viola Mrs. A. Browne and family,
Rev. Killip and family. Miss Baxter,
Mrs. Gallagher, Mrs. Wagner.
Illinois City Mrs. Tyler, Mrs. Mc
Cormick. Farmington Dr. Connely and fam-
Number of Preacher Come.
Among the new arrivals are: Rev.
J. B. Dillie, Elmwood; Rev. D. S. Mc
Cowan, Bradford; Rev. F. E. Shult,
Rock Island, Rev. C. E. Hawken,
Buda; Rev. C. O. McCullough, D. D.,
Galva; Mrs. Mamie Dodge Cook, Rock
The automobile is giving good ser-
W. and W. C.
last evening at Math's hall. One can
didate was given the degree by the
Woodmen of the World and one appli
cation for membership was received.
Two applications for membership were
received by the Woodmen circle. The
Woodmen of the World decided to bal
lot on the adoption of the new by-laws
and sick benefit fund at the first meet
ing in October. The danco committee
reported that all arrangements have
been made and invitations issued for
the dancing party to be given at the
Watch Tower inn Wednesday, Sept. 7,
Mrs. Anna Downs was elected clerk to
fill the vacancy caused by the resigna
tion of Mrs. Wulfs. Mrs. Matilda Kut
tlcr was elected sentinel.
Announce Approaching Marriage.
Mis. Elizabeth Pearson at her home,
1S12 Fourth avenue, last evening en
tertained a company of young ladies
announcing the engagement of her
daughter. Frances A., to Frank Kenne
dy of South Rock Island, son of Mr.
and Mrs. F. Kennedy of South Rock
Island. The marriage of Miss Pearson
and Mr. Kennedy will take place in
the early part ot September. The ev
ening was pas?d in a pleasant social
way and lunch was served.
Tri-City Cinch Club.
The Tri-Citv Cinch club was enter
tained yesterday afternoon at the
home of Mrs. James Shortridge on
Forty-second street. Cinch at two ta
bles was played ami the prize win
ners were Mrs. Verhale. Rock Island;
Mrs. Beck. Moline, and Irs. J. R.
Nelson, Rock Island. The games were
followed by the serving of a nice
lunch bv the hostess. Mrs. J. R. Nel
son, 3533 Twelfth avenue, will be the
hostess in two weeks.
Miss Anna Valerius, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Valerius, 1019
Brady street. Davenport, and Norman
Lafayette, also of Davenport, were
married at the rectory of Trinity
Episcopal church Monday evening by
Rev. Granville II. Sherwood, the rec
tor. They were unattended. Mr.
Lafayette is "employed at the Rock
Island arsenal. They will reside In
f. S. I. T. Club Dance. .
The I. S. I. T. club will give' the
third of their series of summer private
dancing parties at the Watch Tower
inn tomorrow evening. The Criterion
orchestra v ill give the dance program.
John Dunkerton and Miss Pansy I
Shear jf Rock Island wre united In
marriage this morning at 11 o clock at
vice and accommodating the new
comers. . .
Mrs. Peter Kneberg and Mrs Swartz
or Moline came for the day.
Rev. F. I. Stevens, who fell from
scaffold, is improving every day.
PILGK1M . MONUMENT.
Recently Reared Shaft Rests on
The pilsriui monument at Province-
town. Mass.. which was recently dedi
cated is like the house builded on the
sand which should fall and great
would be the fall of it. The pilgrim
monument is literally built on the
sand. Yet It has not vibrated in the
greatest gale or settled the- fraction of
an inch since its completion.
The monument commemorates the
signing by the pilgrims of the famous
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'"XZ&K 'S'-9!'i.-m --" rcssaaaj
PIIiORIM MEMOKIAIi MOSTJMENT.
"compact" on the Mayflower in Prov
Incetown harbor, which has' been just
ly termed 'the forerunner of the Dec
laration of Independence." Under It
John Carver was chosen governor. I
is constructed of Maine granite from
the quarries at Sronington and risM
to a height of 252 feet from its base,
or 347 feet above the harbor.
the study at Broadway Presbyrrian
church. Rev. W. G. Oglevee officiated.
There were no attendants. Mrs. Dun
kerton is a trained nurse, a graduate of
St. Anthony's hospital.
Card Party on'Ijavm.
The Royal Neighbors of South Rock
Island will give a card party on the
lawn at the home of Mrs. Emil Bendt,
in South Rock Island, Friday after
noon. They invite their friends.
Auxiliary Card Parry.
The Ladies' auxiliary of the Eagles
will give a card party at the Eagles
home tomorrow afternoon. Cinch will
be the game and play will begin at 2
Licensed to Wed.
John Monroe East St. Louis
Miss Lilly Pearce East St. Louis
John Dunkerton Rock Island
Miss Pansy Shear Rock Island
Dysentery Is a dangerous disease
but can be cured. Chamberlain's
Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy
has been successfully used in nine
epidemics of dysentery. It has never
been known to fail. It is equally
valuable for children and adults,
and when reduced with water and
sweetened, it is pleasant to take. Sold
by all druggists.
In saving money do so by first
forming the good habit of sav
ing. It is easy to form a habit.
It is more than easy to form the
habit of spending but to save
requires determined cultivation,
but when well rooted it grows
fast. This bank will help you
start the saving habit and assist
you to cultivate It. We invite
you to start a savings account
with us with one dollar or more.
We pay four per cent Interest on
4 Interest Paid
RAID ON BOBBER
LAIR IN MOLINE
Two Suit Cases Filled With
Stolen Swag Found in
Rooms of Suspects.
TWO ARE. UNDER ARREST
Another Pair .Held at West lib
erty for Burglary Committed
Sunday One Escapes.
Paul Warnock, 18; William Wamock,
21; Clifford Lowdick, 17; Bert Daniels,
22, and J. S. Morrow, 19, are believed
by the Moline police department to
have committed several robberies that
have occurred in that city and in Silvia
the past few months.
Rooms occupied by the young men
at the residence of John Hammers,
1421 Sixth avenue, Moline, were raided
last night, and two suit cases filled
with jewelry, revolvers, pipes, etc.,
Sunday night. William Warnock and
Morrow were placed under arrest.
Daniels, who was in the house with
his companions, escaped.
Two Held at Wnt Liberty.
Paul Warnock and Lowdick are un
der arrest at West Liberty for the al
leged robbery of a store there last
Sunday night. Willam Warnoc kand
Daniels were arrested at West Liberty
in connection with the burglary there,
.but while they were in the waiting
room of the city prison both jumped
through a window and made their get
away. They came directly to Moline.
William Warnock admitted to the po
lice in Moline today that he had been
implicated in a few of the recent bur
glaries there. He said that all of the
work done by the gang was laid out by
Daniels. The Warnock boys are mem
bers of a well-known family residing
on a farm near Geneseo. The Mor
row boy is a neighbor. The homes of
the other young fellows are not known
to the police. The gang has been
making its headquarters in Moline
IN SCOTT COUNTY
Four Cases of the Disease Reported
to Davenport Authorities
Today four cases of infantile paraly
sis were reported at the health com
missioner's office in Davenport. Two
are In Bettendorf and the other two
just outside the Davenport city limits.
The disease has become epidemic
throughout central Iowa and states
west of Iowa, and the course seems to
be In an. easterly direction. The foot
hold gained by the disease has become
so alarming that the national govern
ment authorities have started an in
vestigation and have assigned one of
the surgeons of the department to
carry on the Investigation, stationing
him at Des Moines.
STARTS IN A MONTH
W. Walsh Points to Progress
Work on Hock Island Southern
J. W. Walsh of Davenport, at Mon
mouth yesterday, said he expected
that electric service on the Rock Is
land Southern between this city and
Monmouth will be started in a
month. The wires are strung all
along the road, and in a few days
everything can be made ready to
turn the "juice" on. At Edward's
river the power house Is being placed
under roof, while the Westlnghouse
people promise to complete the In
stalling of the machinery in two
weeks. Three cars have been com
pleted at the factory at Nlles, Ohio,
and will be shipped this week. They
are 62 feet long and are heavier,
higher powered, and more speedy
than those in use on the line between
Monmouth and Galesburg.
NEW DRESSMAKING PARLOR
Misses SieJd. & Kaiser Open Estab
lishment at 301 Safety Building.
The Misses Siehl and Kaiser, both
expert cutters and dressmakers, have
opened a suite of rooms in the Safe
ty building, where they will do all
kinds of plain and fancy dressmak
ing promptly and at reasonable
prices. Tailored work a specialty.
Leaves Estate to Widow.
The will of the late Charles E. KI11
mer of Rock Island was admitted to
probate this morning In the county
court. The instrument Is dated Nov. 17,
1902. All of the property is bequeath
ed to his wife, Mrs. Minnie E. Kill
mer, Mrs. Killmer is named as extcu
trix.' Have New Daughter.
W. S. Hill, circulation manager for
The Argus, is the father of a 10-pound
daughter arriving last evening at t?!e
Hill home in South Rock Island. Mr.
and Mrs. Hill now have an interesting
family of nine children.
Mora to Come.
Maud So Helen and Jack have
made up their quarrel, have they?
Ethel V5 but only temporarily.
They are going to be married soon.
A magneto generates current In the
same manner that a dynamo does
namely, by the motion of wires across
the "field" between magnetic poles.
ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
moiios at about Half
All the Lawn
j LONG AND SHORT
Thursday and until
sold, at these prices.
You surely can use
one or more of them
SHORT KIMONOS, made of
dainty lawns and neatly trim-'
med, worth up to $2.62, choose
quick at 59c, 69 88c
LONG KIMONOS, made of
lawns, batistes, etc., in pretty
colorings, all nicely finished
for a quick goodbye, values up
to $2.75 marked at 59c, 78c, 83c
HERE NEXT WEEK
Order of Knights of Joseph to
Have 300 Delegates in
. Rock Island.
IS JEWISH ORGANIZATION
Majority of Membership is in the
East Convention is to Continue
for Three Days.
The national convention of the order
of Knights of Joseph will be held In
Rock Island three days of next week,
beginning Sunday. It is expected S00
delegates will be In attendance, most
of them coming from east of Rock
The Order of Knignts of Joseph Is
a Jewish society and is just becoming
known throughout the west. Rock Is
land lodge No. 3, is the only one of
the order in this vicinity. The major
ity of the national membership is in
the east. This is one cf the early an
nual conventions of the order.
llecina With a Ilanqnrt.
The sessions during the convention
will be at the Xew Harper. The con
vention will be opened Sunday even
ing with a banquet there. Mayor G.
W. McCaskrin is to deliver an address
of welcome Sunday evening. The lo
cal membership has arranged for many
things for the entertainment of the
guests, the program Including a street
car sight-seeing trip around the three
cities in special cars.
1 .Til hj r rvtrMvm
next winter and you can get the best serivce and the low
est prices. Bring us your plans and look over our heat
ers, whether you buy or not.
Alien, Mvers & Company
Telephone West 18. New Phone C810
The Rock Island Furrier.
LOOK FOR THE BEAR
libek Island. III.
ROCK ISLAND. ILL.
CHOOSE FROM ANY. WASH
PETTICOAT we have worth up
to $2.25, plain Chambray, trim
med seersuckers, ruffled taffe
tas, etc Thursday and tfll sold
at 39c, 58c, 82c and ....1.38
ABOUT 125 SHIRT WAI8T8
worth up to $4.00, pick lively at
$1.88, 91.38, 94c and G74
ALL THIS WEEK
Indiana Stock Co
After 13 weeks in Moline.
MON. TUES., WED,
TIIU., FRI., SAT.,
No advance in prices, 1O-20C
Sunday Matinee, Aug-. 28
greatest of all
6 Ei Headline Acts 6
Vaudeville like you see in Chicago.
Complete Change of lrojrrani Mon
day and Thursday.
Matinee daily at 3 p. m. Any seat
10c, except Sunday and holidays.
Evening: 8 and 9:15. 10-20-30c.
Seats on sale box office Thursday
for the opening.
Sunday Matinee, Aug. 28
Hot Water Heater
is the universal favorite among
house owners who are particu
lar and who want the very best
and at the same time want it
at a reasonable price. Look
into this before you decide on
your heating plant. Now is the
time to contract your work for
Old Phone W 11