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THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 29, 1910.
i. Second 8ult In Auto Accident. De
spite the fact that a second trial has
been granted hy Judge House in the
case of Michael Kremheller against
Morgan Loper, chauffeur, for J. EL Bur
meister, upon application of Attorneys
William Chamberlain and Walter Pe
tersen for the plaintiff, a second suit
has been filed in the district court in
which J. E. Burmelster, P. F. McCar
thy and Dr. D. J. McCarthy are named
as defendants by Mr. Kremheller. Th
first suit was dismissed in the district
court several days ago when a ver
dict for the defendant, Morgan Loper,
was returned by the jury, after a feK
hours' deliberation. Tn this second
suit Mr. Loper has been! dropped as a
defendant and two others substituted
In the plaintiff's claim for $5,000 dam
ages for injuries received in an acci
dent at Seventh and Marquette streets
Fatally Injured In Auto Mishap. Ru
dolph Casper, son of Andrew Casper,
of Monticello, was probably fatally in
jured In an automobile accident Thurs
day afternoon near his home. Accom
panied by his uncle, Tom Casper, he
was driving the car to his home. He
attempted to make a quick ,turn at
high speed. The machine turned tur
tle, throwing its occupants onto the
macadamized road and badly Injuring
both. Tom Casper was badly bruised
about the head while his nephew, Ru
dolph, was pinioned under the car
which turned completely over twice.
He was Injured In such a way that his
recovery is despaired of. Both are
well known farmers residing near here
and young Casper was married only a
Youths Sent to Reformatory. Earl
Rathbnrn and Clyde Bateman, two of
the four youths', who were arrested a
few days ago for the breaking into
and robbing of four of the public school
houses, have been committed to the
state reformatory at Eldora by order
of rfhe court. Both the young men
were taken o the institution by Pro
bation Officer Henry Dltzen, One of
the youths, Clyde Bateman, has been
on probation for some time, and his
confession-to the joint robbery of four
of the schools, made certain the viola
tion of his parole and the officials de
dried that he should be sent to the re
formatory. Other charges of delin
quencies have been preferred against
Bateman, who it is said, has on several
Instances insulted residents by improp
er conduct and has in other ways made
himself a nuisance. The case asrainst
Rathburn Is equally as bad as he has
f "Do you experience that "all gone"
feeling? are you losing interest in
everything, for some unknown rea
son? Loss of energy lack of ambi
tion that tired, worn-out condition
are the certain fore-runners of ill
health, nervous breakdown, and other
bodily derangements, which, in turn,
lead to even more serious results.
Renew your vital forces while you
can! Build up what neglect, overwork
or careless living has torn down! Re
move the cause correct the fault,
while there is yet time; let Mother
Nature point the way to perfect
Rocky Mountain Tea
is a scientific blend of Nature's own
remedies roots, herbs, leaves and
seeds w-hich quickly restores normal
conditions, increases vitality and ac
celerates the flow of blood.
Impoverished blood soon under
mines the entire system affecting the
nerves, kidneys and other vital organs
of the body. Hollister's Rocky Moun
tain Tea makes rich, red blood
strengthens the weak organs, feeds
the nerves, renews worn out tissue and
speedily corrects stomach, bowel, liver,
kidney, bladder and similar ailments.
The remarkable success of Hol
lister's Rocky Mountain Tea is due to
the fact that it IS a perfect remedy
for ALL mankind; and what it has
done for others it can hardly fail to do
Get a package of Hollister's Rocky Mountain
Tea frnm your drutrerist. today. Each packp.ee
contains enough to make 105 cupsoi health-giving
Tea, and costs only 35c.
Hollister's Rocky Mountain Tea Nuegets con tain
the concentrated essence ot the herbs, roots, leaves
and seeds that are used to make the Tea, and are
a convenient Tablet form, for travelers and busy
people 35c a box.
58 Years of Successful Banking
Means that many years of satisfactory service to the
wants of our customers.
A predecessor of the
The First National Bank of Rock Island, P. L. Mitchell,
President, opened savings accounts forty years ago.
OUR BANK, therefore, is the OLDEST
BANK in Rock Island County
Doing a commercial and savings banking business.
If stability and satisfactory service is what you de
sire in your banking connections, open your account,
checking or savings, with us.
State Bank of Rock Island
Successor to Mitchell & Lynde
2d Ave. and 17th St.
confessed to having stolen from de
partment stores in the city.
Married In Russia; Divorced Here.
A decree of divorce was granted in
district court yesterday to Rebekas
Zeisman from David Zeisman on stat
utory grounds. A child, Lena, 6 years
old, was given Into the custory of the
plaintiff. The couple were married In
Russia, Aug. 6, 1902, and were sepa
rated In 1903.
Obituary Record. "William A. John
son died at his home, 304 East Elev
enth street, after a long illness, aged
34 years. The survivors are: Mrs.
FOR VOTERS OF FOURTEENTH
DISTRICT TO PONDER OVER
Below will be found a comparison of the record of Congressman
James McKinney In the last (congress, with the platform upon which
Clyde H. Tavenner. the democratic nominee in the Fourteenth district, is
making the race.
Where tavenner Stands.
1. For a reduction of the tariff to
a revenue basis, In order that the
cost of living may be reduced.
2. Improvement of waterways,
particularly the Mississippi, believing
that navigable waterways tend to
prevent excessive freight rates.
3. Abolish all superfluous offices
there has been nearly 100,000 new
offices created in the last nine years.
4. Cut appropriations to tne neeas , "grabbed" no.OOO acres of rich
of the government economically and . Con.
effectively administered thereby re-;r lands. (April 14 1910. Con
duclng the burdens of the taxpayer gresstonal Record, page 4S3.)
6. I favor the election of Unltedl voted against an investigation of
cuairo "J- .wv .- -
the people. ...
and enforce them in every particular
especially enforcing the criminal part
tors thereor will cease tneir neianous ;
operations not only fine the trust i
j criminals, but send them to prison, j
where they belong. j
8. Knact measures providing for a ;
comprehensive conservation of our nat-
ural resources, so that trust magnates :
and thieves shall not grab and appro-1
priate. to themselves the heritage of
our children and our children's chil-;
9. Pet the nine committees on ex-'
penditures in the nine departments of
the Kovemment to work investigating
and exposing extravagance and waste
fulness, thereby digging out the facts
on which to base economics. (These :
committees have done little or nothing .
i since .the republicans have been in '
10. I am infavor of an Income tax,:
or an inheritance tax, or both, in order
that the rich may bear a fair proper-
tion of the burdens of taxation. They
are not now doing it. '
11. I favor the physical valuation of
railroads, in order that the consumers
may not be longer compelled to pay
interest on the water in railroad stocks. ,
T am willing that the railroads earn
good Interest on money actually in- j
12. I am in favor of legislation!
n-ViTi it-11 1 rnvrm fnrtllor nViiiCa rf In. )
. . , . . ,
junctions by the federal courts
13. In the event of appropriations
for the prosecution of trusts, no part
of such moneys should be used for the
prosecutions of organizations having
for their object the increasing of
wages, shortening of hours, or better-1
ing the conditions of labor, or for any i
act done In furtherance thereof not in
14. I favor the Sahath employers'
liability and workmen's compensation
MUCH CURRENCY READY
National Associations Can Supply
Vast Sum at Moment's Notice.
Washington, Oct 29. With the na
tional currency associations already
formed and those In process of forma
tion, officials of the treasury depart- j
mem Dtuieve me rmariciai centers oi
the country are as amply protected
against financial stringency as they
can be by any aid of the Payne-Aldrich
law. Eleven cities already have formed
associations, and with four more about
to do so the principal reserve banking
citieB of the United States will be
equipped to Issue In total $500,000,000
temporary currency at a moment's no
tice, should the need arise.
John Gerden. a sister of St. Paul; a
half-sister, Nettie Decker of Daven
port; and a half-brother, John P. Deck
er of Portland. Ore. The funeral was
A telegram received in the city an
nounces the death at Aberdeen, S. D.,
of Hiram Price, a grandson of Hiram
Price, Sr. The deceased was a son of
Colonel M. M. Price, who died in Paris
two years ago. He was born in Daven
port and was 40 years of age. A sis
ter, Susie Price Sterling, resides in
Bernardsville, N. J. The remains will
be brought to Davenport for interment
in the grandfather's burial lot in Oak
Where McKinney Stands.
First Session, Sixty-first Congress.
Mr. McKinney worked and voted
against v attempt made by Congress
man Norrls of Nebraska and other
progressive republicans to improve the
rules of the houe.
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UlCU ClgO-lLiO b (111 til C-JllftUil'Ml
affairs in the Philippines, where the
; sugar trust Is alleged to have unlaw-
jthe customs service, after it had been j Rock Is'.and about a year ago. The
! revealed the sugar trust had robbed j fat her was formerly employed as mo-
: 000 by weighing sugar importations . oMainr(i whU(, Hvhljr jn fJof,k IpI(jnd i?
ith "doctored" scales. (April 25,,iVpn thB r..nri.hipavinP hnmn
Congressional Record, rage
Voted against a bill requiring street
railways in the District of Columbia
to give tne people universal transiers.
(April 2r, 1910. Congressional Itec-
ord, page 5101.)
Special Session, Sixty-first Congress,
Tor speaker, vote;! for Cannon,
( March li. j91i.i licenses which became void Sept. "u.
Voted for adoption of old rules, j The six exceptions: J. P. Heymaim
(March 15. 1910.) j succeeds to business of Axel Lundeen,
Voted against appointment of rom- j comer of Second avenue and Sixteenth
mitree of 13members tn revise the '.street; Ax.l Lundee n succeeds Rasmus
rules and report the first day of th Hansen, corner Si;-nth Mrer-t and
regular sesvion. ; Library avenue; William Partlett suc-
Voted for special rule limiting do- coeds Cederberg & Bartlett at the
bate on tariff 1.111. j Northwestern buffet. IC10 Third ave-
Voted ar-.'nst recommitment or!,)UP; Arthur Tvi.oof succeeds John
Payne biil.io ways and mans commit-' ingwcrs Tenth s;rpet and Eighteenth
tee with instructions
tariff on necessities.
Voted for the Payne Aldrlch bill
Second Session, Sixtieth Congress.
On amendment increasing appropria
tions for childrens playgrounds from
f l.fnn to f lS.oon, voted no.
On amendment increasing: appropria
tion for war balloons from $230,000 to
$.;', mi", voted aye.
oira !-.. ii P-Kt-r aiitmn 3 ,
His Attitude Toward Labor.
In a statement issued by President
Samuel Compers and Secretarv Frank-
Morrison of the American Federation
of Labor, Congressman
shown to have
voted against labor's i
FACIAL NEURALGIA. r ,
Mrs. O. S. Sagerser, 1511 Woodland
Are., Kansas City, Mo., writes :
"I feel it a duty due to you and to
others that may be a filleted like myself,
to speak for Peruna.
"My trouble first came after la grippe
elffht or nine years ago, a gathering In
my head and neuralgia. I suffered
most all the time. My nose, ears and
eyes were badly affected for the last two
years. I think from your descript ion of
internal catarrh that I must have had
that also. I suffered very severely.
"Nothing ever relieved me like Po
runa. It keeps me from taking cold.
"With the exception cf some deaf
ness I am feeling perfectly cured. 1
am forty-six years old.
"I feel that words are inadequate to
express my praise for Peruna."
Stomach Trouble Seven Years.
Mrs. T. Freeh, R.R.1, Hickory Point,
"Having been afflicted with catarrh
and stomach trouble for seven years,
and after having tried four different
doctors they only relieved me for a little
while. I was induced to try Peruna,
and I am now entirely well."
Man:a-lin an Ideal Laxative,
H. H. Hansen Promoted, Henry H.
Hansen, who has been employed in
the capacity of manager of the stock
department of the Moline Plow com
pany, left yesterday for Stoughton,
Wis., where he will enter on his new
duties as assistant manager of the
Mandt Wagon company of that city
and which concern is an auxiliary of
the local concern. Mr. Hansen will be
succeeded in his position here as stock
manager by W. A. Saddler.
Insurance for Employes. The em
ployes of Williams, White & Co., like
those of Deere & Co., will soon enjoy
the advantages of an insurance and
sick benefit fund.- The management
of the manufacturing plant is now
working on plans to adopt such an Idea
in the course of a short time. The
plan Is similar to the one adopted by
Deere & Co. some few years ago. The
cost of the insurance fund will be
equally divided between Williams,
White & Co. and employes on the shop
Out to See World. City life, with ' early In the morning. James Coch
its Joys and sorrows, was the magnet ' ran, a Chicago and Eastern Illinois
that attracted Louis Ijarsen. aged 14 1 employe, husband of the woman, was
t years, son of Ixmls Larson, a farmer
! residing near Coal Valley, from his
I rural home and started him on a tour
jof the west, with little over $5 in his
i pockets. After visiting Kansas City,
; lad reiuraed to this citv and was ar-
! rested here.' He had been away four
,-Uiig c and The
j fainll movP(1 onto the fltrm from
i to obtain a fuller knowledge of the
Slx Saloon Changes. T.ic nse money
, ,xn Crins "3 saloons for the period of
j pjx months beginning Oct. 1 has been
! paid into the office of the ity clerk,
i with m'x exceptions the Jiceiipos are
issued in the same names as were the
avenue; Adolph Borland succeeds Al
Ryckrghan, 101'"' Railroad avenue;
Cederberg & I'ietrich succeed llonry
Huyvaert, corner of Sixth avenue and
Obituary Record. Mrs. Anna Adelia
Bcrgnren. wif. of Fred fl. Bcrgp;ren.
S3! Sixteenth avenue, died yesterday.
I She was born in this city June 3, 1 t,
am, was ,ho daiItl,tor of Mr. an1 MrP.
John Strombeck of r.ir! Fo.irth avenue.
She was married Oct. 17, 10". She
was a member of the Free Swedish
Evangelical church. Survivors are her
husband and two children. Helen and
an infant child: her narents. two
brorh(,rs, r.eorge and Fred; one sister,.
Ruth, and her grandparents, Mr. and
Mrs. August Kkblad. The funeral
service will be at 2 Sunday afternoon
from the home and at 2:30 from the
Free clfurch. Rev. J. M. Olson will
officiate and interment will be in Riv- ;
erside cemetery. w i
Frank I.ester. infant, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Harry l.iepold, 415 Seventh
street, died Thursday night and was
buried yesterday. The baby was born
Sunday and was an only child.
AT THEY. M.C.A.
The regular meeting of the B. G.
M. at the Y. M. C. A. will be held at
2:30 o'clock Sunday. At this meeting
the boys will be Riven a talk by Wil
liam M. Reck on "Jacob, the Shrewd
est of Stockmeu." This Is the third
of a series of four talks on "Four Fa
mous Farmers of the Old Testament,"
the last of the series being a week
from tomorrow, by Rev. E. T. New
land. DRAINAGE PLEA FRAMED
Mississippi Valley Association to Ire. i
sent Claims to Government.
Memphis, Oct. 29. Members of
the Mississippi Valley Drainage asso
ciation executive committee have
called a mass convention for Nov.
17 and IS at Memphis. It is the
purpose to have the association as
a body petition congress to complete
drainage survey of wet lands in five
states represented. Reclamation to
land by drainage is the end the as
sociation seeks and it hopes to show
congress where it is as possible to do
this as by irrigation, and that If re
clamation by irrigation is an inter
state issue, so is reclamation by
MTSTERY AT DANVILLE
Body of Woman Is Found in Field
With Huffgy Tracks Near,
Danville, III., Oct. 29. Mystery
surrounds the death of Mrs. Elsie j
Cochran, aged 25, whose bady was j
found yesterday afternoon in a field j
near the soldiers' home. A bullet I
hole behind her right ear, buggy and'
horse tracks and evidences of a fierce
struggle in the trampled earth indi- j
cate that she had been brought to
the spot and murdered. Indications J
pointed to death having occurred
arrested at his home three miles
from the spot where the body was
found and is held as a suspert. Both
; be and his small daughter declare the
woman left home Thursday evening
Bessie Hill, a sick
i m . .TTTZZZL
j R- MADE "DOCTOR OF
TUP CJTRFWIiniJ LIFE"
' IHb blHtlMUUUb Llhb
I'rcnch Snrioty Awards Th'gree He
cause of Prominence in Ama
Paris, Oct. 29. The Societe des
Sports Populaces, of which Baron
! Pierre Coubertin is president, in its
! public distribution of honors an-
! nounces that a diploma, as "Debrou-
' iiiard." has been awarded to Theo-
, Horo Roosevelt
Baron Coubertin. in explaining
this award, says that w hen he was
received by Mr. Roosevelt at the
White house, the latter was enthus-
instio over the society's intention of
presenting diplomas to persons dis
tinguished in amateur sport, saying
that he would enter the competition.
.so, adds the baron. Mr. Roosevelt : presl(lerit of the American Bar asso
hns been made the recipient of I elation
diploma "Pebrouillard" that is, the, "
exponent of the strenuous life.
AMERICAN GIRL SUICIDE
Tticinda Farrar, lauglitcr of Head of
American Itr. Dies in Paris.. j J imwcw.
Paris, Oct. 29. A young American j the minister of war, declared yester
student cf the piano. Luoinda Farrar 'day that after repeated talks with
of New Orleans committed suicide by ! the soldiers quartered in the city
pas in her rooms iu the Latin quarter i barracks he felt he could count on
early yesterday morning. She had their undivided support. A new
hern in bad health and despondent for! source of anxiety, however. Is found
some time, and had mixed little with j in the nocturnal encounters between
the student world. j the troops and the rougher element
New Orleans. Oct. 2S. Miss L,uclnda i of the city. The latter refuse to lay
Deprived of their natural and greatest charm
Women become objects of aversion
even to themselves
The women of -today have become victims of an
over civilization. In their zeal and endeavor to
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Choked to Death
But came back to life was resurrected by the Cut
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absolutely cut in two. Call or write. Phone West
177. Rates on furniture, pianos, live
monds . Small loans on houses and
Second Avenue, Rock Island, III. :
lili.myniniiliM jiiu n 1. 1 Hnijig wiiii in ii.i ))ijni.jyniH" imm mi mi mm
; Farrar wa3 a daughter , of Edgar II.
; Farrar of this citv. recently elected
; FIRE ON LISBON RIOTERS
j Troops Guartling Convents I'se fitins
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down their arms taken into their
i hands at the time of the revolution
and the troops guarding convents
and monasteries have been attacked
by armed gangs desirous of pillaging
The soldiers were forced to fire,
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passersby were seriously injured.
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