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GO THROUGH NEW !
!; LAKES-GULF PLAN
Two New Officers of Rock Island Club
TFiE ROCK ISLAXD ARGUS. SATURDAY, JANUARY 14. 1911.
Equal of the Ice on the Land-
scape Never Seen by Old
NOTHING TO DO BUT SKATE!
Trees Weighted to Earth With Bar
rels of Congealed Water Fast
on Their Branches.
Never saw nothin' like it since back i
in eigh teen-hundred and blank" said the '.
old settler this morning speaking of i
the ice. The date mentioned was so !
far back that nobody else could con-:
trovert the statement. Down in their ;
hearts, however, nobody took any
stock in the story that there was ever!
as much'ice on the landscape as this i
morning. By actual measurement it j
ranged from half an inch on top of the ;
humps to several inches in the decievi
ties. Much damage and inconvenience i
were the result
un a iainy mien coating ix wgin i
wi'h rain fell the early part of last
night and at tho same time the tem-:
lerature declined to several degrees '
below the freezing point. The result handicap.
F .?', ' ' -
VI .it. V Kt .a. j.U.a
TO BE REJECTED
Taft Commission Holds Im
provement of Streams a
Waste of Money.
IS DECLARED ILLOGICAL
lreiaratjn of Report Begun Show-!
ing Conclusive Objections to
the Undertaking. '
.MAURICE S. CARLSON,
j That a government appropriation
i at this time for the lakes-to-the-gulf
i waterways project would be im
practicable, illogical and a waste of
money will be the report of Presi
dent Taffs commission of army and
civilian engineers of whom Major
Charles Keller of this city is a mem- :
ber who have been, investigating the j S
proposition in a closed door session
in Chicago. This was strongly inti
mated last night, following an allday
meeting f the commission at the
The commission recently took a
trip over the proposed waterways!
As ihe rain fell it froze was pastor.
was probably tne most perrect inland ;C,n the trolley wires and as the trol
skating that there has ever been, es- leys i-assed along the electric current,
pecially considering that there was no j jumping across the ice, water and va
snow to furnish a foundation. I p0r, gave forth bluish white sparks,
The unusual conditions interfered J the heat from which burned out many
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yHE former owner of each of the cars
listed below having graduated in au
tomobile experience, now drives the peer
of them all, a PEERLESS, thus enabling us to
offer unusual bargains in used cars. These cars
are priced without regard to their original sell
ing price, but at figures which will move them
quickly. If you fail to snap up one of these,
you can only blame yourself fo- fiiHre to act
White. Mode! M (1M0. 7 aK. . Sl.KMi
White, 5 pass T'-O
White. Limousine, T jw.'S SL'"
StuiteHker. Kimotjsine l.oo
J'icr i -Aitow Touriiiir Car, ;
I'a-k:i:l ;;.' 7 j;isjs l.""t
MhxwHI ; " i 1 9 I " -oit II.-
Premier. T";ir(nn. u pit t fc"0
lf xlnttiti Trii'di. fir iliwr,
Si i!1f m kT "3n" ilSliti. H pao. I.nn
b'-i!nl'H', TiiirInK. 7 pa?. ... l,"t
Tliomas, l.imou.xiiu'. 7 pBij. .... 1.2yt
At the last regular meeting of me
route and the meeting in Chicago is 'Rock Island Maennerchor, Joseph Gci-
to compile a report to congress on
The conclusions which the engin
eers reached after an exhaustive in-
His illness did net as-
surae a serious aspect till Wednesday
evening, when he became suddenly
.worse. Two 'physicians at Knoxville ! , . ;j v, .
were summoned, and the following That tne waterways scheme is not
mcrnlnz thev held a coiisuliation with : j j i s.:v.i
...ii. . ..o i I,u "oiK-jfc. . inimutr oi cars nen; a physician from Galesburg. Shortly
I a iium uaicsuurg. oiioi iijr That snrh a nroiopt is nut of the
s:ald during the eveiiing from this after the doctors held their meetintr!
.ww.. w... uU,..,,,;lttU!)l. I tne minister answered death's call. He hvork in conjun
. ij . i ' 1 1 1 1 I i' hh . itn .i i li ' l ijn m i t . - i . . - : i t ... , r
and light wires have seldom been put
to so severe a strain, from the weight
of the appended ice.
200 PH()KS KMIfKFI) Ol'T.
"Two hundred telephones in this city
were out of commission this morning
and in Moline th,. number was double
this. The Central I'nion had IT. poles
down between Moline and East Molire.
The weight p,f the ice on the wires
did the damages. A large force of nu-n
was kept busy today repairing
FINED; QUITS AS A
CITY FIRE FIGHTER
"ion and simultan-
I wa; lorn in Garphyttan, Nerike, Swe-jeously in apprcr riating money and
I den. Dec. 11. 1853. He came to Amer-; drawing up plans.
I ica in 1SS0 and entered Augustana col- That the present canal is sufficient
; lege. Ho was graduated in 1SS5 and j for all purposes and does not need!
then he took up the seminary course, j improvement.
completing his studies in 1SST. when! That the proposed expenditure of:ran away.
ger, who has served in the ca'acity of
president of the organization for the
past nine years, was again reelected to
that office. The Maennerchor LCcMy
was organized in this city Aug. 17,
1897, and is composed at the present
time of 25 active members. The mem
bership consists of German American
residents of this city. At the present
time Ernst Otto of Davenport is the
leader of the society. Meetings are
held Thursday evening of each week.
I"on-t fail to visit the most magnificent sales rooms in th
wert while attending the Chicago Automobile i? how, or hen
t ver you are in Chicago.
Peerless Motor Car Co., 2500 Michigan Avenue, Chicago.
Saturday on the steamer, Hlcucher.
for a four months' cruise in South
MORE CANDIDATES ARE OUT
Circulating Petitions for Nomination
Under Omniissioii Form.
Rock Island, 111.. .Ian. U Editor
Argus: I desire to announce myself
pallbearers wagon at the funeral ofas a candidate for commissioner at
Henry HuttoiTat Fulton Wednesday tne February primary. I am a taxpay-
Thero pr. nino men i.ir "u U'i'i.H iii.iu m nuth is.ai.u
VS RANGE HORSES
House Members KntertaiiKMl by 1 r
bate lU-twccn Southern and
.Mi nibei of Davenport Hepartment he was trra.luated. Thnt same vear he
Kcfuscs to Accept Punishment j 'as ordained as a minister in Chicago.
. . . , j His first charge was as pastor of the
Swedish Lutheran church of Sioux
" City. Iowa. He ateo served as pastor
Hceause of the imposition of a fine.of the Swedish Lutheran church in
the of five daV suspend, il pay for an 1-: Ua vonuort for about five vears. and
$20,000,000 by Illinois would be il
logical and a warte of money.
The commission has worked dili
gently in mak.'ng its investigation.
Before the work of compiling the re
port was undertaken yesterday Is
ham Randolph, representing Gover
nor Deneen, introduced the new ad
ministration deep waterways bill be
fore the commission and explained
The bill is pending in
jand have never held an elective office.
the hack, ajiri Iwn of the men l-iimied.
IThe team ran fnr a,n.,st t Inilps Many of my friends have prevailed up-
Washington. Jan. 14. The hounw
was entertained for an hour and a-half
today with a discussion of the relative
merits of horses bred on the range
trouble and it will take several days lcgeri rebuke given the captain of ons jle was wih that church when he ac
to gel tho phones all in order aguin. !of the hose companies ar. the recent , t.epteti a caj to Knoxville last Novem-
ii.z Aitnoi s 'i' it a i;i.i(i. nie winch nearly destroyea tne Aeai ilnr ,i0 lafi ,,vfr hn in nerfw t I
Gettinsr about-on foot for l.ith man' Institute at Ninth and Farnum 6treet I hoaith nnrt thi ,Q,r,.,i v.i, o,.tii!5ts merits.
and beast is a slow, tedious operation; A I Walter Schlaefke. a hoseman with in his cnu h work He waa a man the state legislature. The commis
even on the level ground, while elm. ! Hose compauy No. 2, Davenport, has v,ho niade many friends and Ue had on heard one other person Attor
ing a hill is work enough for half a . left the department. His withdrawal ( nUc number in the three cities I n.y, Kdward aul1'- betore tne fon-
lnv -j,h nm ,.i,aP, ,, fioin Hie fir,, denartment followed . ... .... , ; siaeration or me report was wneu
1- ' of tho great northwest and on the hllla
before the animals wore stopped. The'"" l t k.0,lfllU.. ,, . . . .
driver, aside from keeping the team In hav rented to do so. believing of K a .'tin. of South Dako-
the highway, was unable to do any-! 1 I'888 ,he business quahfica- Mondell c.f ttyora w . ..
v,i.:iii)iis necessarv to emcieni service in 1 - " " ij--nii
n tne naiK: . t,..t.. ,- ...,. ... .. .
!tue office. H. V. WARD, fiiuirj, ui rveiuucKy. paiu exaiioa
CI 3 Twenty-third street. ! tribute to tho produce of their utate.
The discussion came over a nrovUioii
thing. Four of the men
tore away the cushions in the front
of the hack, and ripped off the boards,
and by this method were able to gt
to the driver's seat, and assisted in
stopping the horses.
HARRY STORK HELD
ON LARCENY CHARGE
Rock Island. 111., Jan. 1 1. Editor Ar
gus: I wi.sh to announce that I will
be a candidate for commissioner be-
fore the primary in February. I have
been a life long resident of Rock Is-
in the army appropriation bill nro-
viding a training station for horHPB In
Virginia. The provision wai dropped
from the bill on a point of order, but
this detail had no effect on today's
land and believe that I am fullv fitted ! ora'ury'
ven as to sue-me nre u.-parinitiiL lununeu,,,. ... r..os:,it nf tli nn,l- islnnrl
cess in the nnderra k my. Vn nm. noerl ' C'losclv 1IP011 his being found guilty Of ' ..c m:..-:- e , ! UP-
. ,. .. , . : uiaiiai ui ine liunuib cuiiieii uce, auu i mil MlkKIV r iTI'S Tlll
fail in going down hill, but the ha.-; disobedience by tne board of hre and hs term wouM noI have expired till Accordins to ' informat-on gained
ards are extreme. Horses that are not Pol.ce commissioners and as yet thcVe th5s month. e a,ro was treasurer of j af tJr " sterday s i"s" the govern
iharp hod have no business on th has been no, lung none towards an -ad- lho ponson fuud of tll, Augustalla Tm
most entirely out of business, even i'art of the fireman or the commission. ; a"n(J two .
non-skid tires and chains l.eintr alike i rrom tne lnlorination wiucn lias
i in i ! lit nr. i t' u i n i n t rriri t no i uct 11 I wit ui uic iiicii.iri. u , ,
" - i , .... . , ; anu ii i:on. at nome. nrovements are
c rown of the road into the curb. Hi-1 learned that Schlaefke was in atteud-j i . t L ,
cycles are temporarily out of business, ' ance at the fire at the Neal institute' joiix s. kitkmav i ,' f tMinois' neod for navitra- XVa;c r, wn l'u--P''al. is under arrest at at ion at the (primaries for offices under
for it would be worth the price of a ; and while standing on the ladder: T p-,P1, ,h..h iQCt nit, i i itttto inm-(,mMf. The ; tho police station charged with lar- the commission form of government
,.,.(,.v. .,io iholfeny. iimrsua.v lie went io a louging s-e-i un-u uiamo luuay ami n.ive t-um-
synod. He is survived by bis widow .i,n tho ia voc.f r..tiio-v,itf mntprt i
sons. Julius, who is studying physically practical, it is impractic-
, medicine in the University of Chicago, able at this t.'me because the im-
not needed. They
AIIegMl to Have Stolen Money from
KiKiiiici's at Lodginir IIoiim1
Caught in ItavciiiKHt.
Harry Stork, well known in police
'will cite the fart, it is said. tnat circles and not long since a pntiont at
fcr the duties of the office. For 2.
years I have been active in the aJTaira
of union labor. I am a taxpayer. For
several years I served as super
intendent of tho waterworks depart
ment. .1. W. CAVANAUC.H.
733 Twenty-third street.
::30 at his heme, 501 Eighth street,
.Moline. after a year's illness of a coin-
man's neck to attempt to ride one. The leading to the third floor, he was
only entirely happy individual is thtv asked to hand up an ax. This re
boy w ith a nair of skates or ajsled. for : quest was made by the captain of one
he has the world before him, the skat- 'f the other companies and it is ; plication of diseases. He had been con
ing and coasting being god any old 'churned that Schlaefke retorted that j fined to his bed only 10 days. Mr.
place. n l'd not have to perforin that ser- j Eitemun was a native of Pennsylvania
A good deal of damage to trees and vir e as he was not detailed on such j and was 07 years of age. After corn
shrubbery has been caused and more i j'-'1'- The matter was reported to; ing west he resided at Rock Falis. Ill,
is expected. In manv cases the weight he head of the department and the 1 a"d 13 years ago removed with his
of the ice has Broken limbs from trees I matter was then referred" to the po- family to Moline. He and Miss Alice : tnence to st j.onis ar.d down the the house and the theft was not dis- ! Rinck. Carl Naab. J. C. Auld. J. Stuart Reading beer almost immediately In
or weighted them till they touch thelHce and fire commissioners for ar- j Rrewer of Am', ill., were -mitcd in J , ,of) without trouble. ! covered until the roomers returned in ' "art, Oscar R. Apple, fieorpo P. Ms-;ny territory where it la placed on
sen, George V. Jlcddig. Eugene V. tvro years ago wi were
1 I Itt., T"i,. l
j Illinois river, where Illinois proposes I house at 1922 Fifth avenue and ap-. menced securing names on the peti-
I to expend $20.onn,0ou. recentlv M'ed lor a room, it was given him, lionb.
authorized, will be given spe; iai ; arter the landlady had left he vH-! For Mayor William McConochie,
i mention in the report, which. It is 1 iled the other rocms on the floor and:-'- K- Souders.
;.,!,. n iii T,i, out that tho steamer I stole $V.i from the clothinu of a roonf i For Commissioners lohn llolz-
What the Mayor of One Western City
In June. 1909, without any solici
tation on our part, we received an
'order from a certain western town
to snip immediately a car load of Old
Style lager. This being nothing otit
! of the ordinary, the incident was
The follow ing candidates for nomin- j forgotten until recalled ten days lat
er by receipt of the following letter:
"tl. Heiieiuan Mrewing company.
La Crrsse. W'js.: Gentlemen I have
Just tried, several bottles of Old
Style lager and It l the bent beer
I have ever tasted In my life. I am
mayor of thin city and if there Is
anything I can do for you let niu
Robert R.. which carried the invfs-j er. K. A. I- is he, and a pocket book con- ! uammer, jaim-i, iarneu, n.-w. w umi. . n.nj.
I . . - . .. . ..... : TI I 1 . ..1 ft . I I lilt 'll.f.l'i. 1 rl t I n f
1 !'Om the trousers I ',ile nail. ji. r l n k. iit'Ulejt? , i"iri i.rui)i.r ihu.i i nni
he left Henry. James v. Cavanatigli, Hon I how Old Style lager becomes the
tigating commipsion. navigated the taming about $.,
waters from Lockport to Utica and another. Shortly afterwards
ground. A strong wind now would I''0"- meeting was held and the af- marriage 2S vears ago. Mrs. Ei-eman,
cause havoc in breaking down trees, fair sified thoroughly. The result was! with three sons, hied and Larl of Mo
switching off small limbs or damaging ! h" imposition of the five days
the hark. -and later, the withdrawal of
live stock mi st rk KKii. Schlaefke from the department
Live stock, much of which is still
living on forage in the open, has been
suddenly thrown upon the hands of the
owners to care for. So heavy is the
coating of ice on the grass and corn
stalks that cattle and horses are un
able to feed in the usual manner and
if left alone would soon starve.
All the rain that fell yesterday, that
was not congealed on the snot
O. W. I'Kli M.
the three cities
fine nne and will, Kock Island, survive.
Mr. Deceased also leaves a brother, living
j at Jefferson, Iowa, and tv., sisters, cno
j at Des Moines ar.d the other at Mor-
rison. 111. Mr. Ei'eman was a carpen
ter by trade. Until two years ago he
, was employed at the Deere & Mansur
plant m Moline. He was a member of
OM.V DHOI IX III TKKT.
i Ihe evening, at which time it v. as re-;
. piorirta in fito t n ro Ml Ids .-r.rli
, .i , ., .Camp o-S, Modern Woodmen of Ami-
shocked to learn of the sudden death i ' l ., w-i.
a. tie as one oi me c.iai i'jr Iiti'in-
Wednesday in Knoxville. III., of Rev.
O. W. Ferm. who t HI last November
was pastor of the Swedish Lutheran
ran church in Pavenport. Death was due
away or collected in low places, giving ! to heart failure. Rev. Mr.. Ferm had
no relief to the soil that is dry be-1 been ill three weeks, and shortly be
neath the frozen surface. fore the holidays he was forced to give : i,,:, , ....,.
Electric railway lines yesterday and!ip his duui's in connection with the;
last night labored under a peculiar j Swedish Lutheran church of which he; ,,lVKlm ol". nim,
bers of I he Wcndmcu e-iiiip at Hock
Falls. The fun?ral will be held to
morrow at 2: o from U:e res.dene and
services will be conducted by Rev. Mr.
McCown. The re main will be taken to
Rock Falls Monday morning over the
JoiKis 'oinpelIed to open a Chicago branch.
owing to the numerous unsolicited
! orders we were receiving daily at
St. Joseph County. Intl.. Lawyers
The commission, it is intimated, j ported to the police. The department ; "an,M r
has decided that the appropriation not ified the departments in Davenport ,;'ar.
but a "drop in the bucket ' in the ! the young fellow, and yesterday morn- BAR TO PURIFY ITSELF ' IZZf'VV" t ?.
expenditure which the project would ing he was arrested across Ihe river,
entail. It was pointed out by one ; Detect! ve James I'.i inn went over yes
member that Illinois' 520,000,000 j terday afternoon and brought him back
would be expended merely in deep- j here.
ening the Illinois river to 24 feet,
or tuereauiitii a, iu nn mtjuiii. nnc,
the dredging of the Mississippi river
would cost five times that sum.
Rumors that the commission was
contemplating returning a report
of four years ago,
DRUG VICTIMS ARE
HELD TO BE INSANE
The result has been that we have
been compelled to move three differ-
iii tlrtwtu In 1 r Lr e st .u.riiisn M n I I .
. . - ... rw, ,. s . will l nil' ! ill 'l lit I i V n-iii-i i a -
dopt .Morally If lor MenibcrH. ....
Suth Hcnd. Ind., Jan. 14. Alarmed , . .
over the arrest' of four attorneys on
criminal charges within the last year
creasing business. Lost summer, our
second season In Chicago, we were
selling on the average of three car-
the St Joseph county bar association . )n that rm
yesterday took stens toward keep.ng , ,on ,,,Ht hr ()f
the bar clear of objectionable cliarae.
similar to that
while not coin.ng as a
Governor Deneen and tho?e who
have supported the administration
plans, is a distinct disappointment
The members of the commission
Mr. ami Mrs. Frank A. Sale of Moline
Are Committed to Hospital at
Mr. and Mrs. Frank J. Sale of Mo-
tlr.nnl riiii t n! Ion l fin ksIm In tlif
jlers, outlining a plan by which it will , rll(.aKO lnarkti lt ,B Vf.ry CVdent
be necessary for applicant for adnds-! , h;it ,ovM.H flf a (f(HM, K,aKJ of f(,r
Uion to the bar to undergo a search-. fli)J R ,n .0,(, S(yl(, ,aKer.. r moat
ins inquiry as to their moral standing. a83r(.(1y they would not have given
" iit their unqualified endorsement In
"Unwritten Law" is Upheld.- yf) fi,1(r. a pprlf, of t)m(,
St. Louis, Jan. 14.--A. J. Long, ai Vinrin i..lkl i..-, ,.,lt.noit n Dm.
f. .. rtn I ii i i L .(.iinf r L-I11. i ... - . .. ..
. ,....,. .v.,. .." T,:.,..iline were adiudeed insane v esferda v , " Kock Inland brant n or th li. lli;e
ai:"l'K1U" in the e,,mv court and'1 n1' Jjcks""' a n"f'!'' 8l.Il,s.nan Rrewing company and in Mnt
,u,am uuey canty. wnojuene ' I u ere ordered committed to the ,H;8. i farm early yeMerday. He then e
met a tragic end Thursday morning I staff ot engineers; John Bogert. sec
failed i,.(J at 2410-2412 Third avenue.
The Early Bird
Catches the Worm
If you order your spring suit now you wili have a
complete line of all wool to select from as we have
them all ir,
about four hundred fall and winter patterns. We
mawe them in our own shop and give you the
! 1 rt l,a-" "lua lrorrlng:;";" " f Tha mertcan Society of , P'tal at Watertown. Their comir
J?,lv gas asphyxiation. ws neld frcm . rf ,ar-v of ,ne AmZ ,? , ,ety , ment was n twn unus ial on. ih,
6 the home of his par-nts Mr andlt''l Engineers of New "iork; Col- ment uas m'-1 i.n..s.Mi on., tm
ui iiuuie oi ins par.nts, .nr. ana Tn...sn(, Dptrnit- Mau'lemg few husbands and wives v.
X;Mis. Timothv K rnntv no Sor,t otiel ( , M. Townsenu. uetrott. .Majf j
Xi . . . . . . ' I " rt,,, Kilr. Rock Island, and I eer 'ou" l ,,e "i?.ane at i
' avenue, witu services at tne St. Jos- . ' .
g eph's Catholic church. Reoniem h'gh , -'IaJr J- L' Cavanaugh of Washing-
jt. up the coroner and asked that the slier-; phones West f00, new 0(52.
O . mass was sung by a children's chor- j ton
o , 'is. Dean J. J. Quinn. pastor of the
church, preached a beautiful ser
mon, paying high tribute to the
; young man. There were many
friends present rtt the services and
numerous floral tributes covered the
casket. The pallbearers were John
Streckfus. Richard Liitt, Daniel
K. Brennan, John Durham, Ben
Young and Frank Khleb. Interment
was in Calvary cemetery.
HAD A PERILOUS
Pallliearers at Hulton Funeral
Fulton in a Runaway.
A team of horses attached to the
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i)i,m ot inecouiiiv i.cm-iii mi mm. iai- , . rrrln will ai:io accept oraers
j)0 in the afternoon the coroner s Jury re- U;.venport and Moline and deliver
ine: turned a verdict of , just ifiable homi- i pame promptly. Every lover of roo.1
same time bv the same commission. I tide. . lieer will now nave an opporiunity
Drs. A. K. Kohler and H. S. Ben-! 'of trying "Old Style laser" the ber
nett of Moline and County Judge R. Nine Victims 'of Ice Accidents. with a Knap to It. and wht'h H
W. Olmsted investigated the mental. Kankakee. 111., Jan. 11. One Hal-, brewed by the fatherland proif-.
nlUticor(ition of the j,.r- Th? evidence. ' Ian Is dead, two are reported dyiru, six J
Ihntb frnm near frfen.1 and from the others are injured as the result of the Saloon Notice.
Coon lunch at Al. (Jrtgs?s, 1521 Fr-
llt:?3les themselves, was to the effect collapse of an Joe runway yesterday
VETS WILL OBSERVE
I.uford I 'tis, t Invites Cieueral F. D. j
Grant and William I'.. Mason
John Buford nst No. 213. Grand
Army of the Republic, is planning a i
celebration of Washington's b irthday, '
I, on which occasion the llli-!
Q i nois theatre, or some other lsrge au
? Q 1 di'orium, will be secured for the hold
?itntr of BDnrotiriate Diiblic exei-cisea
0;The post Is endeavoring to engage a3
Q;sjieakers General Frederick Dent I
6 Grant and former United States Sen-i
X ator William E. ?.fason of Chicago. j
1628 Second avenue.
Next door to Bijou.
g Wealthy Man Kills Self. !
g St. Ixiuia. Jan. 14. Henry C. Scott.'
q presidetit of the National Light & Im- ,
Q ; provement company, shot and killed
O I himself at his borne today because of !
CXXXXOOOCXXXXOCOOCK . iU LtaUh He was wealthy. ,
The COAL we
serve will bear
Now is the
time to put in
your COAL for
FRAZER COAL CO
Oil lee, 1922 Tnlrd Ave.,
rkMM.Wott-H. IfUmi, UL
that they were addicted to the use -afternoon
of morphine and other drugs. It ;
seems that Sale had the habit when
he was married ai'd that, his wife
got it from him. They seemed to
reaii.e their condition and were net
adverse to going to V.'atertown.
ond avenue, tonight.
Big Cut on Ladies" Fur Coats.
W. A. Rcsenfield and E. H. Guyer'
leave for Chicago tomcrrow fn buri'-(
neFS relative to the ru v Rock fs
i land club building. j
j Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Bohart and little;
json A r thus, have arrived from Chicago,
i for a week's visit at the residence of i
J E. M. "Ylcox, Mrs. L'onart's fath'.j.
2331 Seventh avenue.
Ceneral James R. Lincoln, comman
dant at Ioa State college at Ames,'
and hi-s wife are visiting in the c ity !
with the:r pon, Arthur Lincoln, and
with Judge R. Yv". Olmsted.
j Mrs. George Michel and daughter,
j Mias Elizabeth, who have been vlbit
jing with Mrs. T.fichel's parents. Dr. and ;
Mrs. A. H. McCandletis. have returned !
,to their home at St. I'aui. i
j Mr. and Mrs. Charle3 Mcllugh and i
.daughter, Mis Elizabeth, leave their
I heme in Chicago tomorrow for New
i York, from which city they sail r.ext
All coats to be sold. A chance for a good
coat for a little money at
I0f 0 Second Arenue.
Ixok for the Bear