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THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS, SATURDAY, JANUARY
J He came to America to 1866 and lived J king at the home of her sister, Mrs.
for a time near Sterling, I1L, later set-jjokn Dormady. Miss Zude is to be the
tling on a farm six miles northwest of
j Erie, where he lived until his retire-
Granted a Divorce. A decree of. di- j "ent five years ago. His wife, to
whom he was roamed m irennany, pre.
vorce has been granted In the district
court by Judge Theophilus to Anna
Bartholomew from her husband, Frank
Bartholomew, on the ground of cruel
and inhuman treatment and drunken
ness. Brother Killed in Massacre. Sam
Diamond, residing on Ripley street, be
tween Fifth aad Sixth streets, has re
ceived a letter from a friend who just
came over from Russia and is now in
New York, to the effect that Mr. IMa
mond'a brother, Gedalie Diamond, was
one of the 18 men killed in a Jewish
massacre at Nikolaief In southern Rus
sia about two weeks ago. The letter
pays that on account of the aqti
semitic agitation in the vicinity these
38 men organized for the purpose of
self -protection. In the maseacre which
followed all of them were killed. The
writer came direct from Nikolaief, the
scene of the acts of violence. Niko
laief Is located in the province of Cher
fon, Russia, not far from the Black
pea, about 100 miles distant from
Odessa and about 175 miles from Kl?h
cnef, which Nis been the scene of
riots and antl-semltic riots at various
times Jn. the past. Sam Diamond is
employed by the Schmidt Bros. Engine
company in Davenport.
Aged Woman Falls and Fractures
Hlp Mrs. Kane, mother of Mrs. Ella
Peters, 621 East Fifteenth street, slip
ped on the icy walk at the rear of the
residence and sustained a fracture to!
ceded him in death 24 years ago. as did
one son, Peter, who died In 1905. Sur
viving him are Jix children: Adam
H. of Cordova, Mrs. Agnes Mill of Hills
dale, Mrs. Mary Rode of Sherrard, Hen
ry. Jr.. of Coe, Christopher of Boia
DArc, Mo., and Mrs. Cathryn Bump cf
Erie; 14 grandchildren and three great
grandchildren. There la also one
brother living at Tamplco, and three
sisters in Sterling. The funeral took
place Wednesday frem the late home
to the Immaculate Conception church
at Fulton, with burial in the Catholic
cemetery at that place. The pallbear
ers were six nephews of deceased, Will
Hntton of Tampico. John Hutton, Joe
Hutton, John Hutton, Christ Lauff and
John Minertz, all of Sterling.
teacher in the new room now being
equipped at the Lincoln echool.
Martha Johnson who has been visit
ing at the home of her uncle Alex Mil
leon returned home Thursday.
Andrew Almandinger has succeeded
J. E. Bodeen as manager of the Muel
ler lumber yards.
Geraldine Long was pleasantly sur
prised Saturday night by nine of her
girl friends who went to help her cele
brate her loth birthday. The girls
presented her with a pair of gold cuff
links. Refreshments were served.
Mrs. Michael Klotz was taken to
the city hospital in Moline last Sat
urday where she will undergo an oper
ation. Harvey and James Mendenhue
spent Sunday in Mineral, returning
Monday. Monday evening Harvey was
taken i!l with measles and returned
to Mineral Tuesday.
Mrs. T. J. Gorman and daughters are
her hip, which may be serious. She is ; home from a week's -visit In Mathers
70 years of age. She did not know the ; Mile.
condition of the surface covering and J Mrs. Frank Bignall of Jollet who has
was about to go down the back steps ' been visiting Mrs. Cornell has return
ed to her home.
and Into the yard.
t Mrs. Jack Frceland reoeived word
Obituary Record. Mrs. Margaret
O'Dea passed away at the home or j
her daughter, Mrs. R. R. Chapman, 6
Pasadena flats, yesterday, after an ill-j
ness of several weeks, death being due j
to chronic bronchitis. She was 61
years of age. She was born in Car-1
bondale, Pa., and moved with the fam- j
ily to Sheffield. Ill, when a young girl.!
She was married there and removed to j
Davenport in 1885. She is survived
by three sons, John, Peter and Mat
thew, and one daughter, Mrs. Ray R.
DEATH OF jjENRY HUTTON
Paralysis Cmum of Ileatli of Aged
Man in Coe Tovn.li j.
Cordova, 111., Jan. 13. Henry
ton, who sustained a stroke of
from her sister Mrs. Will Hoppe that
they bad sold their farm .'and bought
a store at Webster, S. D.
C. E. Williams went to Concord, 111.,
on business this week.
Mrs. C. E. Williams and sister, Mrs.
Pearl Minier went to Chicago Monday
for a visit.
Phillip and Dorothy Dietr of Wal
cott. Iowa, spent Sunday at the Louis
Superintendent S. J. Ferguson was
visiting schools in East Moline Tues
day. Mrs. F. B. Cox Is ill with the grip.
Mrs. John Greer and daughter Win
nie of Cable came Friday and visited
until Tuesday with Mrs. Fritchie.
Mr. Johnson of Watertown has rent
d the railroad company's house at
Hut-1 Railroad avenue and Rock Island
Pap-j street, r.nd will move his family from
alysis on Wednesday of last week. Watertown to East Moline.
died at the liome of his son, Henry The Ladies' union met with Mrs. G.
Hutton. Jr., in Coj township. Sunday f. Johnson Wednesday. The annual
evening at 7:30. Deceased was born eki t;on resulted in the following:
April 9, 1822, at Netterheim, Rhein j President, Mrs. Lucy Cole; Vic
province, Ruaela, where he grew to j president. Mrs. CI. F. Johnson; Secre
rnanhood and for 16 years previous tojtary. Mrs. Lucy Cole; Treasurer, Mrs.
his emigration to America served his j Robert Ingersoll.
country as sergeant of mounted police. J Miss Freda Zude of Sherrard Is vis-
LIFE IN SANTIAGO.
Curious Customs That Prevail In the
Capital of Chile.
They have women conductors on' the
electric cars of Santiago, the capital
of Chile. This was made necessary
by a war, which took so many mi to
the front and imposed upon women
the work usually done by men. The
custom has been kept up. the women
having proved equally as efficient as
the men had been.
One of the most peculiar customs
seen here is the evening promenade In
the plaza or park, which is attended
by young ladies and young men and
quite small boys and girls. They do
not mix, but keep quite separate paths.
Yet even the little girls nt seven or
eight years are finished coquettes.
Their eyes languidly observe every
man and boy in the plaza, and they
take care that each shall receive a due
share of their smiles.
Another curious custom which pre-'
vafcs in Santiago and which is joined
by those fortunate enough to have
fine horses and carriages is the prom
enade at the Parque Causino. a beau
tiful park near the center of the city.
A company of mounted police stands
in single file in the center of the drive,
and the carriages, with uniformed
coachmen and footmen and beautiful
ly gowned women and fashionably
dressed men occupying the carriages,
ride around and around these mounted
Sometimes there are two or as many
as six rows of carriages, some going
in the opposite direction and alternat
ing, the ladies smiling and the gentle
men tipping their hats in a polite man
ner. This promenading lasts from 5
o'clock in the afternoon until 8 o'clock
In the evening. Logical toia.
Dogs Kill Velie Sheep. W. L. Velie
has recently stocked his farm south
of the city with a flock of 400 sheep, as
large a flock as all the other heep in
the county would make. Now it is re
ported that vicious doge' are killing the
sheep and only yesterday two of the
animals were killed by a dog. The
herder, who carries his rifle with him,
could not get a shot at the canine
until he got too far away. The town
ship of South Moline will have to pay
for damages of this kind. A dog tax
of one dollar la assessed and out of
this fund, -sheep killed by dogs must
be paid for by the township. At the
end of the year. If there is any money
left in the fund, it reverts to the road
fund. For several years there have
not been many sheep in the county on
account of the fact that dogs cause
considerable trouble In killing sheep.
Mr. Velie has stocked the farm with
shep for a two-fold reason, it is his
intention to make a first class golf
links on his farm, and with the aid of
the sheep the grass is kept closely
cropped to the ground, making a bet
ter golf course than even a lawn mower
could make. Then, too, a flock of
400 .sheep win net a good income in
the wool market.
lege, to which Miss Benster belong
ed, acted as pallbearers. They were
L. B. Benson. Emil Westlnnd, Ernest
Fogelstrom; B. S. Samuelson. Thor
Norberg and E. E. Ryden. Two other
members of the class. Miss Jennie
Nelson and Miss Bessie Bladel. acted
as flower girls. Floral tributes were
numerous and beautiful. At the
home the room in whicfi the casket
stood was banked with flowers, while
a wealth of sprays covered the cas
ket. Among the floral pieces was a
beautiful gates ajar from Miss Ben
ster's college classmates. Other
larpe pieces Included a spray of
roses from the class of 1902 of Mo
line high school, of which the deceas
ed was also a member; a star from
Miss Benster's music pupils; a blan
ket piece from neighbors, and a
wreath from the Moline Scale com
There are three friendships which are
advantageous and three which are in
jurious. Friendship -with the upright,
friendship with the sincere and friend
ship1 with the man of much informa
tionthese are advantageous. Friend
ship with the man of specious airs,
friendship with the Insinuatingly soft,
friendship with the glib tongued these
are injurious. Confucius.
Cutting Down the Butcher's Bill.
"Isn't there any way to cut down a
butcher's bill?" asked Tightwad, sar
castically addressing his meat man.
"Why. yes. Mr. Tightwad," snid the
latter. "You might pay a little on
account now and then." Harper's
It is easier to enrich ourselves with
a thousand virtues than to correct our
selves' of a single fault. Bruyere.
Some Minor Accidents. Robert Mc
Vey, aged 25, 101 Fourth avenue, while
at work at the Deere & Mansur plant,
fell from his machine and bruised his
left hip. He was taken home in the
auto ambulance. He will be confined a
week as a result of the accident.
Oscar Thorson of 1230 Fourth ave
nue broke both bones of his left log
just above the ankle. He was on his
way home and he slipped and fell at
Fourth avenue and Thirteenth street.
E. C. Goldberg, employed as plow
fitter by Deere & Company, lost the
middle toe of his left foot while at
work. He dropped a plow shoe on his
foot and when he arrived at a doctor's
office the toe was hanging by a small
piece of skin. He lives at 1220 Thir
Miss Benster Burled. Followed by
grief-stricken friends and relatives,
liie remains of Cora Marion Benster,
the young woman who died Sunday
as the result of injuries received the
previous Monday by being run down
by a Rock Island freight train, were
laid at rest in Riverside cemetery.
The nature of the accident and the
quick summons for the unfortunate
girl contributed in making the last
rites unusually pathetic. The fun
eral was held from the family home,
1721 Fifteenth avenue, at 1:30
o'clock, only relatives and intimate
friends being present. At 2 o'clock
services were held at the Episcopal
church, of which the deceased was a
member. Rector A. G. Musson con
ducted the church ritual and Messrs.
Tage and Ynve Joranson sang "Lead
Kindly Light." Rector Musson also
officiated at the grave. Members of
the class of 1910 of Augustana col-
a y.' v.-
STYLE C. SEE NOTE
AN UP-TO-DATE ARRANGE
MENT OF THE HAIR
MODEL AND DESCRIPTION BY MISS D. DONOVAN, BOSTON
TOILET PARLORS, BOSTON, MASS.
Ladies who know New England and Boston in particular
will recognize MISS DONOVAN, who supplies the above mod
el as among the best hair dressers in the East.
Style C. The hair is parted and waved. The side hair is
pinned back to the crown of the head and the ends made into
puffs. The main part of the hair is tied at the back of the
head and divided into strands. These strands are rolled into
puffs, coiled or braided.
For this dressing rats, frames or false hair are unnecessary.
Mrs. J. I. Smith ha3 as her guest
this week Miss Jessie McCuchln of
Mrs. R. A. Meier was hostess to the
500 Country club at her hone on
Twelfth street. Prizes were won
by Mesdames Pennell and Meier and
Misses Shannon ar.d George Sleith.
Mr. and Mrs. Mayor Walsh are in
Chicago where, they will attend the
wedding of their niece Miss Lauretta
Mrs. William Emmert has been en
tertaining her sister, Mrs. Robert Vin
cent of Blue Island.
Charles Be Clerk of Fifth street is
erecting a fine new two story residence
opposite the house he now occupies.
Charles Van T.ow a brakeman on the
Rock Island road here has returned
home after a trip to California.
The Baptist ladis' Aid sooiety met
at the church last Wednesday after
noon and had their annual election
H. J. Schmidt has purchased a resi
dence on Eleventh sfrret from Herbert
Ix)ve, formerly of Silvis, now of Ta
coma, Wash. He will move into his
newly acquired property as soon as
possible and will build a plumbing
shop on the same lot.
Mrs. Anton Swcnson of Sixth street
had as her guest the past, wek her
father, Herman Nit of Coal alley. Mrs.
Swenson has just recovered from a se
vere attack of pneumonia.
Clyde Rolling and family are visit
ing at Canton, Ohio.
Little Marie Hagerdorn is recovering
from an illness.
Mrs. S. E. Vasconcellas is very iM.
Her son from Missouri has been sent
Harry Hockman and wife are visit
ing relatives at Colorado Springs.
J. Bloat has been entertaining S. R.
Greenwood and wife of Colorado
Several new locomotives are in pro
cess of construction at the shops here.
They are known as the Mallet engines.
They are the largest engines construct
ed, weighing 320 tons and being 1U
Miss Katie Hielps entertained the
Holy Name society l:;ht Wednesday
evening. The society completed all ar
rangements for the card party they are
planning to give next Wednesday at
The local fire department had a busi
ness meeting in the city hall Tuesday
Margaret Fletch is ill.
G. K. Goodard and family are visit
ing with friends and relatives in low a.
Mr. Goodard's mother will accompany
them home and make Silvis Ik r home.
The school boys have a fine time
coasting on the icy walks. No acci
dents have been reported.
The quarantine has been lifted from
tbe Roach home, Gladys having re
covered from a' recent illness.
Roy McFadrlen has as his guest his
sister Mrs. Rose iDavls who will re
main here for some time.
Mrs. J. I. Pmlth has recovered from
a severe attack of pneumonia.
Miss Emma Wei's who resides on
j Fifth street slipied on the icy pave
I merit in front of her home and dislo-
rated her collar bone.
! Mrs. Emma Ball enjoyed a visit from
i hor noiihew Edward Huher of Tavlor
- r .
Ethel Bradstetler and mother are
visiting at Iowa City with relatives
T I I il i
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Business success is attained by close atten
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Start your business or personal account in
this bank and from it work out financial
strength and business prestige.
4 Interest on Savings
State Bank of Rock Island
2d Ave. and 17th St.
Courteous attention accorded to all.
i hammedan. as It has other religions,
i The question. It seems, was considered
! by Allah a long time ago. and all the
. animals were asked if they wished to
enter paradise. They at once said
yes. except the donkeys. These were
! cautious and asked If little boys went
to heaven. The answer being yes.
they replied. "In that case we prefer
; to go to the other place." S. II. Lee-
der vouches for the fable In "The
I Desert Gateway."
TMado It Lean.
Teacher Now, Harold, can you tell
ire what made the tower of risa lean?
nnrold I guess there must have been
a famine In the land Exchange.
Xo Man Over 45 Xeed .Apply.
There's a sign that's getting to be
a common thing in America.
Corporations are retiring men at
50. They are not hiring any over 40.
A balded man often looks 10
years older than he Is.
A man with gray hair always
It is important nowadays that a
man look as young as he is; it is
vastly more important that a man
having a family dependent upon him
should take care of his hair.
If you have dandruff get rid of
it by killing the germs.
If your hair is falling out stop it.
If your hair is turning gray don't
waste any time.
There is one sure remedy that will
cure these misfortunes and aid you
to remain young.
Parisian Sage, the great Hair Re
storer is guaranteed to permanently
remove dandruff in two weeks, or
your money back.
I'arisian Sage stops falling hair
it prevents the hair from turning
Parisian Sage is sold and rigidly
guaranteed by the Harper House
Pharmacy and druggists everywhere.
Price 50 cents a large bottle.
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Start the new year rlfcht by paying
all your small debts. Rpay us In
small weekly or monthly payments.
We loan money without security.
Your promts to pay, that's all. Give
us a call and be convinced.
CITIZENS' LOAN COMPANY
Old phone East 118t.
Room 6 JtcKinnie Bldg. Moline. 111.
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Tbe Be-t Shampoo Soap and most Perfect Comb
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Don't use a cheap soap for shampooing. Her
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THEY DIDN'T FIGHT.
It Was Only a Little Friendly Discus
sion That Excited Them.
Two Spaniard were conversing ear
nestly, then excitedly, at last angrily.
The young American woman who pa-ss-ed
them looked with frightened eyes
toward her Spanish guide.
"What are they talking about, Senor
Jose?" she asked timidly. "Do you
think they will fight or maybe kill?"
"Ah, no, Senorita Marie," replied
Jose, smiliug and showing his pretty
teeth. "One man that one, you soe,
senorita, with the long mustachlos be
Is saying, 'Me, I prefer much the col
Jalre button which Is steel,' and the
other one look, senorita he is running
his fingers through his hair cow and
his sombrero has a gold cord be U
saying, Ab, no, senor, the button which
is of gold el. senor, that is the button
"But as for myself, senorita. tbe bone
collaire button that I prefer above all
"Do I not speak with good sense,
senorita? Listen. If the button is of
steel It will cut. If it is of gold one can
not afford to lose it, but If It Is of bone
It does not cut. and if it goes what mat
ter? I have a dozea at home in my
little top drawer." '
"Yoa speak with great good sen?e,
Don Jose, but tell me were the men
"Oh, Dot at all. senorita. It Is only :
oar southern way of being Interested j
la what we discuss. If it had been )
two Germans, senorita, or maybe two J
englishman, you would never have no-
tieed them. Philadelphia Icd;;r.
Wages $25 to $53 a Week in Automo
bile Work Thousands of Jobs Wait
ing for Competent Men In All
Parts of the Country.
In artdillnn to the Immense number
now In it:i t inn about 3'mi.ooO autnmo
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this me.ins work f'r I hmis-inds of m'n
ilir-tlltir-il l sell, repair. flriv? anl dem
onstrate aulomohileH ml triu-ks. The
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ninti in a few wcks t till any of these
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r A TV s TJ X XT Bronchitis. Asthma. Heart Disease, Rheumatism. Xeurai
VitliiltXill gin. 1 ! d'gest'.on. cold hands and f et. all run down, gas In
momach, rhokinir sensations, shortness of breath, pain around heart, weak
ieart ruuxh. piin In chest, chronic throat and lung trouble, dizziness, consti
pation. hedcie. tark;iri,e. poor appetite, heart, liver, kidney, blood and ekln
disease, a. id all chronic diseases of men. women and children.
UnmTn TTfl TMT'TJTT TTV ' one of the sreatet curses of mankind;
IlLtCVUUO UjutOlXilX X it tr.akei men old before tretr time.-, It J
tl)e rai:.s" of iriiy a nrtn's failure. It saps the vitality and weakens the blood.
You can be rr, a d - strenr. You can be a euccess. Thoi.xandu of men have
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,VrvoiH dehilttv Ncau-ed by hard work, worry, lois of Weep, dissipation, e
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once If you ar suffering from nervous debility, bnckache. all run down.
leep!esknes. poor memory, loin of vigor, baar, ful. bli;e. nervous fears, weak
kidneys, weakness, shun society, no ambition, palpitation of the heart, can't
klee. lack of confidence, poor blood, blood poison, stomach, blood, kidney, blad
der KTid t.kln d seJlrnent In water. e-im. ealy tired, etc. Varicocele
Is a frefjijent cj i of decline In men. Why treat so long with ott ers when
our treatment takes such a short time. Names In private case kept conflden
tiaL EtAMINATIon TREE. Soars 10 to 12 a. m.; 8 to 4:30 p. m. Toasday
sad. Saturday eveaisgs, 7 to ( p. m. Bonda moral ag. 10 to 11 t. m.
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