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THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 20, 1910.
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More Buried Money Found. The
second ol the hidden money cases
-which haw been, called to the atten
tion of the police during the past two
days was unearthed yesterday after
noon when Detectives Kinney and San
ford placed Paul Prudot and his wife
Ella under arrest. A short time after
they were nabbed on City Island they
confessed to the theft of $35 from
Henry Orasen. The theft was commit
ted by Prudot, who purloined the mon
ey from Grasen's pocket while both
the men were in a saloon in the west
ern part of town. Prudot slipped the
pocket book from Grasen's pocket
without being detected, but later, when
the Tictim noticed the money was gone,
he appealed to the police for assist
ance, and Prudot was suspected. He
was found on City island, and when ar
rested denied knowing anything of the
money or its whereabouts. Mrs. Pru
dot was quizzed by the detectives, and
after a grilling confessed to having
buried the money in a tin can on the
premises. This she dug up under the
direction of the officers. 'and the cou
ple with the stolen property were tak
en to the station.
Warehouse Wall Caves In. The east
wall of the Mueller Lumber company's
warehouse, near the corner of Scott
and Second streets, collapsed Tuesday
night. The break waf caused by the
excavation of the cellar for the new
office building of the lumber company.
When the dirt was removed from the
side of the foundation, the weight of
the wall forced the underlying clay to
one side and caused the cave-in. Since
the entire side wall and part of the
front will have to be rebuilt from the
ground up, the damage is estimated at
$2,000 to $2,500. Work on the repair
of the structure has already begun.
Fortunately the workmen had all left
the building when the accident hap
pened and no one was injured.
Law Stumbling Block to Wedding.
The marriage of William Mace and
Mrs. Sarah Wilson of Le Claire, which
was to have taken place in Davenport
Tuesday, did not occur, owing to a dif
ficulty which confronted the groon
when he applied to the clerk of the
district court for a marriage license,
in that he had secured a divorce less
than a year ago. Mr. Mace and his
bride-to-be returned to their homes in
Le Clabre in the evening, where all
the youngsters and many of the grown
ups were in waiting and treated them
to a rousing charivari. The couple
had prearranged all their affairs in the
fond expectation of returning home
man and wife. Mrs. Wilson is the
widow of the late J. T. Wilson and is
a pensioner. Mr. Mace is proprietor of
the Le Claire livery stable. It is now
announced the happy event will take
plate at a later date.
Obituary Record. Mrs. Margaret
Lipe, 614 West Front street, died at
7:40 o'clock Tuesday night after an
illness of several months' duration, due
to a complication of diseases. Deceas
ed was born in Moline, Oct. 15, 1884.
Five years ago she was married to
Robert Lipe, who survives her, with
one child, a baby boy, Freddie, aged
3 years. Other survivors are a moth
er, Mrs. Henry Donohoo of Davenport;
two sisters, Mrs. Mamie Tetzner and
Louisa Donohoo, both of Davenport,
and three brothers. Will and Wayne
of Davenport and Henry of Los Ange
les, Cal. The burlul will be tomorrow
The death of William Albert Robin
son, D. D., occurred at 9:15 Tuesday
evening at the home of his daughter,
Mrs. E. X. Coleman, 844 East Four
teenth street. The end. came as the
result of a stroke of paralysis which
prostrated Dr. Robinson last Saturday.
Burial will be at Homer, N. Y.
Health and Beauty Advice
BY MRS. MAE MARTYN
R. M. S.: Sallow complexion, l,jver
blotches, pimples and pther erup
tions of the skin indicate the need
of a good blood tonic and liver reg
ulator. Dissolve one ounce of kar
dene in one-half pint of alcohol, add
one-half cup of sugar and enough hot
water to make a full quart. Take
one tablespoonful five minutes be
fore each meal. Kardene purines
the blood arouses the liver, clears
the skin, restores lost appetite and
tends to strengthen and build up the
Annette: The affliction of over-fatness
is to be deplored at any age,
but it is a positive calamity to a
young and pretty woman to become
too fat in these days when fashion
decrees the slender figure the only
correct one. You can reduce your
weight almost at the rate of a pound
a day until you reach normal if you
will dissolve four ounces of parnotis
In 1 pints of warm water and take
a tablespoonful before each meal.
You can buy parnotis from any first
class druggist. It Is a harmless fat
idissolver and those who take it mar
vel at its wonderful effect. It makes
one look and feel younger, brighter,
more bouyant and energetic.
Fannie R.: To be sure a face lo
tion is far better than fare powder,
but you will have to be careful what
you use as most "liquid face pow
der" contains injurious ingredients
that are likely to ruin your complex
ion. Try this inexpensive one which
is all right: Dissolve four ounces of
spurmax in a half-pint of hot water
and add two teaspoonfuls glycerine.
Rub this on your face, neck and
arms, and it will give your skin a
very pleasing, delicate tone. This
lotion does not show or rub off like
powder and will remove that shiny,
sallow look to your skin. This prep
aration Is a wonderful skin beauti
fler and I find it excellent for rough,
red or sallow skin, freckles and skin
R. T.: Unless you kill the follicles
(roots) any treatment -for superflu
ous hairs on the face or forearms
will prove disappointing. Sometimes
one application of a laboratory com
pound known as delatone will do
this; sometimes two or three appli
cations are necessary to forever rid
one of the embarassing and humiliat
ing hairs. You will have to pay
your druggist a dollar for an ounce
of delatone, but at that it is cheaper
than the electric needle. Just mix
a little delatone with enough water
to make a paste, cover with it the
skin from which you wish to remove
the hairs allow to remain two or
three minutts; then wipe off (the
hairs come off with the paste) and
wash the skin with warm water. If
the hairs dn return after ih'o flmr
treatment, they will be so light and
thin as to be unnoticeable.
Mrs. David .: The only reason why
many hair and scalp specialists ad
vise against frequent shampooing is
The Lndies Aid society met Thurs
day at the home of Mrs. Anna Adams.
Mrs. Morris Heagy was awarded one
of the quilts and Mrs. Edward Pardie
the othrr. The ones who pieced a
block containing the largest number
of pieces and paid into the treasury
one cent for each piece was to receive
the quilt. There were blocks enough
for two quilts. Mrs. Heagy's block
contained 21S pieces and she received
one quilt and donated it to the so
ciety. Mrs. Pardie's block contained
215 pieces and she got the other
quilt. The amount realized by the ven
ture is $20.70. Mrs. E. M. Arcular
k;s, who is S7 years of age, pieced one
block. About SO were present, includ
ing Mrs. M. S. Heagy, Mrs. L. Lowry,
Mrs. S. Silvi3 and daughter, Marguer
ite, of Rock Island, Mrs. J. J. Cox of
Moiine, and Mrs. S. Meeder of East
J. T. Young returned home Monday
from a trip to Chicago and La Salle
county, where he visited relatives.
Watts Ro3borough of Springfield,
111., was in the village Thursday.
Twin boys arrived at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. Albert Oltman Friday, but
one of them lived only a short time.
Mrs. C. Patten visited at the home
Irs. George West in Mo-
the danger that conies through use
of soap and inferior shampoos which
contain alkali or other ingredients
injurious to the hair. If your hair
is thin, very oily and looks so dull,
stringy and unkept a few days after
shampooing, try shampooing wth a
teaspoonful of canthrox dissolved in ; of Mr. and
a cup of hot water, then rinsing! line the early part of the week,
thoroughly with clear water. You j Mrs. S. Meeder of East Moline call
can use this shampoo as often as;ed on Hampton relatives Thursday,
you like, as it will benefit your hair j Mr. Seamon and wife were here from
and scalp wonderfully. It will re-! Davenport Thursday and Mr. Seamon
lieve that itching sensation and took a (number of views in the vil
make your hair beautiful, fluffy and lage.
appear twice as thick. This sham- Mrs J. J. Cox was out from .Rock Is-
poo dries quickly without any dan-ianj Thursday of last week calling on
Called East by Death of a Relative.
A. T. Foster, Moline postmaster, de
parted for the east yesterday, being
called to Philadelphia by the death of
a relative. .
Henry Corbin Victim of Saw Acci
dent. Henry P. Corbin, assistant in
structor in the Manual Arts building,
narrowly escaped serious Injury while
working with a band-saw. He was
sawing a piece of wood when the saw
became" ud fastened. The wood hit him
on the head with sufficient force to
stun him. His face was cut and the
tip of his right index finger was nipped
Merchants for Union Depot. Retail
merchants of Moline, at their quarterj
iy meeting, expeessed themselves in
favor of a union depot for Moline. The
resolution which was unanimously
passed is as follows: Be it resolved,
That the Moline Retail Merchants' as
sociation endorse the action of the
Moline city council at a special meet
ing held Tuesday, Oct. 11. 1910, in
their efforts to secure for the city of
Moline better passenger facilities by
asking the several roads entering the
city for a conference to consider a
proposition to build a union depot.
That tho secretary be and is hereby
instructed to send a-copy of this reso
lution to the mayor of the city of Mo
line, also to the presidents of the Chi
cago, Rock Island & Panne, the Chi
cago, Milwaukee & St. Paul, and the
Chicago, Burlington & Quincy railroads.
ger of streaking or discoloration.
Miss H. I.: If you only knew what
was in those cheap, greasy cold
creams you have been smearing on
your face, you would never use them
again, as they are really harmful.
Never use anything but a greaseless
cream if you don't want hair on your
face. At a small expense you can relatlveB Thursday
John Anderson of Moline was here
from Friday till Monday, a guest at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. James Max
well. George Turner is home from a visit
with friends in Wayne county. 111.
Mrs. S. Sllvis and daughter. Mar
guerite of Rock Island, visited Hamp-
cream jelly by stirring together and j
allowing to stand over night two j
tepspoonfula glycerine, one ounce al-j
mozcin and one-half pint cold wa-1
ter. Use this regularly and it will j
clear up your complexion wonder-1
fully by removing quickly those j
blackheads and other effects of hot j
v--ther such as freckles, tan and
roughness of the skin of which you
speak. This i3 the only reliable
cream I have ever found for remov
ing wrinkles without leaving the
skin rough and flabby after massag
ing and for reducing the size of
large dirt-collecting pores.
Victoria: Your scalp needs a good,
stimulating quinine hair tonic to re
move the dandruff, stop irritation
and falling hair. Get from any drug
Mrs. M. L. Cook went to Rock Is
land Saturday and remained till Sun
day evening. She was present at the
celebration of her son, Herbert's,
J. M. Benson has the contract to
build a village hall at Wntertown.
Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Willis and fam
ily have as their guest, Mrs. David
Jones of Kansas City.
Buy Union Electric Plants. If plans
materialize as outlned by the retail
merchants at their quarterly meeting,
a number of important changes are in
store for this city. Action was taken
on some suggestions, others were
plnced in hands of committees, and
others were merely discussed. The
merchants were in the mood for "do
ing something" and they were given
plenty of food for thought. A propo
sition that carried almost unanimously
was; That the merchants do not 00
serve merchants cay next year, as
Miss Emily Boyle was hostess Tues
day afternoon at a miscellaneous
shower given in honor of Miss Mary
Schriver, a bride of next week. A
dainty luncheon was served. Miss
Schriver was the recipient of many
Friday afternoon Mrs. George Dunn,
store one-half pint alcohol and one; Mrs. Ross Bonynge and Miss Armenia
ounce quinzoin and mix it with one- j Crabs will give a feather shower at the
half pint water and you will have a I Dunn home in honor of Miss Schriver.
much better tonic than any of those j Ellsha Lee went to Champaign
ready-prepared tonics you have been j Thursday of last week to visit his
buying. Brush your hair daily and I cbildren. who are attending the state
twice a week apply this tonic to the j r ,-ersitv
It is the
in the world
to make a
they-have in the past. Suggestions
that were placed in hands of commit
tees: That the merchants be canvass
ed with a view to changing the light
ing system in the business district.
That plans be formulated for increas
ing membership dues in the associa
tion. Chief among the suggestions in
cluded under the third head were:
That the -merchants of the three cities
get together and form a company with
a view to purchasing the plants of the
Union Electric Telegraph & Telephone
company in the three cities. That a
company be Organized in this city to
hold an exposition or one-week fair
More Silvls Paving. Silvis Is plan
ning to take another step that few
towns in the state of the same size
have attempted. At a meeting of the
village board last jevening Engineer
Paddock was instructed to prepare
plans and estimates for pavement. The
proposed improvement takes in First
avenue from First to Sixteenth streets.
The plan is to have all details com
pleted this winter in order that the im
provement may be taken up early in
Obituary Record. Mrs. Polly E. Cor
bin Klinefelter died at Canton, Kas.,
Friday, Oct. 11. She was the youngest
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ell Corbin,
long-time residents of this county, and
was born near Carbon Cliff, April 11,
18S3. She became a member of the
Methodist church at the age of 13
years. She went to Canton, Kan., with
her rarents in April of 1903. She had
been married to John F. Klinefelter
only five months when death removed
her. She wa3 married May 14, 1910.
She lived a faithful Christian life and
after an Illness of eight weeks passed
peacefully to her rest.
Sherrard Sunday evening after spend
ing Saturday and Sunday with her par
ents. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Wenks.
Mr. and Mrs. James Britton and son
Hayes and Miss Mario Wessendorf
spent Sunday in Drury with Mrs. Brit
ton's sister, Mrs. Carl Witt.
CHICAG0ANS NOT CHOSEN
Grand Ixtdg( in Se-ion at Danville
Klect-s Down Staters.
Danville, 111., Oct. 20. Chicago
men were defeated in both contests
for offices at the Knights of Pythias
grand lodge election yesterday.
Augustus A. Partlow of Danville was
elected grand outer guard over F.
W. Hoyt of Chicago. E. T. Guthrie
of Mattoon was elected, grand trus
tee, with Robert F. Leonard of Chi
cago next highest man. Other of
ficers elected weri:
Past grand chancellor Albert
Watson, Mt. Vernon.
(jrand chancellor commander'
John P. Vaughn. Carllnvllle.
Grand vice chancellor Charles L.
Grand prelate Joseph M. Omo,(
Grand keeper records and seals
Henry P. Caldwell, Chicago.
Grand master at arms William
K. Whitfield, Sullivan.
Grand master of exchequer M. Fj
Grand Inner guard Thomas Wil
Kills a Murderer.
A merciless murderer Is appendi
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vention. They gently stimulate
stomach, liver and bowels, prevent
ing that clogging that invites appen
dicitis, curing constipation, headache
biliousness, chills. Twenty-five cents
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MJii UlUlJl MEHv
and vre can
A lady from Minnesota writat:
"As a result cf using Dnodcrine, my hair
it close to f' feat in length."
Beautiful Hair at Small Cost
scalp rubbing it in gently. This
will do wonders for your dull, life
less, falling hair, and put your scalp
in a healthy condition. This tonic
will make your hair soft, silky and
lustrous. Keep the scalp clean by
frequent shampoos with canthrox
and you will not have further trou
ble with you hair.
Enid S. : Your headaches and gen
erally despondent feeling very likely
corne from your weak, inflamed eyes.
You should attend to the matter im
mediately or you may have to wear
glasses permanently. Get an ounce of
crystos and dissolve it in a pint of
water. Put a few drops in each
eye two or three times a day and I
am sure it will strengthen your eyes
wonderfully and remove your eye
troubles generally. I find this a
splendid remedy. It does not smart
the eyes and Is fine for dull, tired,
sore eyes that have that overworked
Miss Minnie Cooper returned home
Saturday from Moline after spending
a few days with her friend, Mrs. Tay
Mrs. Barbara Hartman and daughter.
Miss Barbara, spent Wednesday in
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ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
James Hayse has purchased the
farm known as the Worman Tarm
from Ed McNalJ, who purchased it and
resided thereon the past year.
Mrs. S. T. Worman departed Friday
for Grand Rapids, Mich., to visit a sis
ter. Her son, Everett, who has been
visiting that place, will return with
J. H. Foster received a pleasant
visit from his sister, Mrs. Kate Warn
er, and her son, William, of New York
state. They spent a part of last week
here and now are visiting relatives in
Saturday and Sunday, Mrs. George
Foster entertained friends from Iowa
City and Muscatine.
made -it is the
And yevi are
cf its absolute
Forced to Leave Home.
Every year a larpe number of
poor sufferers whose lungs are sore
and racked with coughs are urged
to go to another climate. But this
is costly and not always sure.
There's a better way. Let Dr. King's
New Discovery cure you at home.
"It cured me of lung trouble,"
writes V. R. Nelson of Calamine,
! Ark., "when all else failed and I
gained 47 pounds in weight. It's
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T'-SSry-X -.7 fi.7 Jlpoie v.ijj'TV- '1
Several from Zuma attended the
quarterly meeting service at Hillsdale
Sunday evening. District Superinten
dent Smith was present and conducted
William Filbert and wife finished
their moving to Watertown Thursday.
The neighbors to the cumber of E5
gave them a surprise on Wednesday.
A token of remembrance was present
ed In 'behalf of the friends by Sylves
Saturday being the 15th anniversary
of Mr. and Mrs. Jud Walnwrlght's wed
ding, about 40 of their relatives end
neighbors walked in Saturday evening
and spent the evening. A very peas
ant time was had. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde
Richards of Cordova and !Mr. and Mrs.
Walter Warrsn of Osborn attended the
A chicken supper was held at the
home of Mrs. Frank Ziegler Friday
evening by the Rose Hill Aid
The Aid siciety met with Mrs. Sadie
Pearsall Thursday afternoon. There
were 14 present.
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Entrikln were
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Hanna
for a few days last week.
Miss Stella Johnson visited her par
ents at Bowlesburg Sunday and Mon
day. The officers of the Crescent Tele
phone company held a meeting in Port
Byron Wednesday to make arrange
ments for a switchboard tender. Mr.
Pearsal was engaged until the first of
Howard McMurphy, son of Albert
McMurphy of Omaha, spent Wednes
day in Zuma calling on friends. Mr.
McMumhv was a resident of Zumai
when he was a boy.
AIR troubles, like many other diseaae. baa
beeu wrongly diagnosed acd altogether tms
understood. The hair !teli is not the thin? to
be treated, for the reason that it is simply a product
of the scalp and wholly dependent upon its action.
The scalp is the very soil in which the hair is pro
duced, nurtured ana grown, ana it alone should
receive the attention if results are to be expected.
It would do no earthly good to treat the atem of a
plant with a view of making it grow and become
more beautiful the soil in which the plar-t grows
must be attended to. Therefore, the scalp In which
the hair grows must receive the attention if you ore
to expect it to grow and become more beautiful.
Loss of hair is caused by the scalp drying up.
or losing its supply of moisture or nutriment; when
baldness occurs the scplp has simply lost all its
nourishment, leaving nothing for the hair to feed
upon (a plant or even a tree would die under similar
The naturnl thing to do In either case. Is to feed
and replenish the roil or scalp as the case may be,
and your crop will grow and multiply aa nature
intended it should.
Knowiton'a Oanderlne has most wonder
ful effect upon the hair glands and tissues of the
scalp. It is the only remedy for the hair ever
discovered that is similar to tho natural hair
foods or liquids of the scalp.
It penetrates the pores quickly enti the half
soon shows the effects of its wonderfully exhilar
ating and life-prqducing qualities.
One 2S-cent bottle is enough to convince you of
its great worth as a hair growtng and hair beauli
tying remedy try it and aee for yourself.
KOW at a!1 drurjcfatsj In three
25c. 53c and $1.03 per bottle.
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CRrC To 6how how quickly CifldiiTni
" acts, we will send a Urge sam
ple free y return moil to anyone who
sends this free coupon to the
KN0WLTC1 OANCERiNE C5., CHIfJSO, ILL,
with their name and address and I0e
in silver or stamps to pay pontage-.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Kennedy and
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Kennedy, all of
Rock Island, spent Sunday with rela
John Hays of Hazel Dell was in the
village Monday and Tuesday.
Mr. Fox and son James went to
Davenport Monday to see Lee Fox, who
is at Merry hospital recovering from
injuries received in an accident at
Buffalo last Saturday.
Eugene Householder is recovering
after an illness with quinsy.
Mrs. G. Gardner of Keokuk came to
visit for some time with her daugh
ter, Mrs. William Simmons.
A ball game played at Buffalo Sun
day between Buffalo and Andalusia
teams was won by Andalusia.
T. D. Gardner returned last Friday
to his home in Revere, Mo.
Henry Haas returned home Wednes
The "Man Who Wears a
Is usually the one who hasn't a bank account. He i3 con
tinually worrying about his financial affairs and is too
much wrapped up in himself to think of anybody else.
Do You Wear a Long Face?
If so, start a bank account. As the dollars begin to ac
cumulate you'll note a geat change in the way you feeL
$1 starts an account at this good strong bank, and we
pay 4 per cent interest on savings deposits. The oldest
state bank and the oldest savings bank in Rock Island
Rock Island Savings Bank
All the news all the time Tho
day from his trjp to Germany.
Miss Emma Wenks returned to j