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THE ROCK ISLTAXD ARGUS, THURSDAY FEBRUARY 2, 1911.
Licensed to Marry. Clarence Ber
wick of Durajit and Hilda Sindt of Wal
cott; Edward Warnken and Birdie V.
Fuller of Davenport; George Stoefen
of Nw Liberty and Effle Bunege of
Maysvllle; Henry Scanoor of Durant
and Floy Tletsch of Falrport; Mllo
Miller of Gaiva, I1L. and Clara John
son of Greetlnger; Wallace Kammerer
and Marie Flemmlng of Lost Nation.
Island streets Saturday evening proved
to be a more difficult feat than the
authorities imagined. The tribe of for
eigners were taken into the sweat box
in which were Captain Phelan, County
Attorney Vollmer, Assistant County
Attorney Decker, and Detectives Bish
op and Sanford, and were given a good
sounding, as well as might be expect
ed under the circumstances. Despite
the questioning they were put through
was born in this city May 9, 1SS5, and
had spent most of his life here and i
had a great many friends. He was a !
boiler maker by trade and worked at
his trade until the time of his sick
ness. The survivors of deceased are:
Mrs. Anna Osborn. his mother, and
two brothers. Edward and Fritz of this
city. The funeral will be held Friday
from the home of his brother Fritz,
808 Switz street. Interment will be
but little was Ascertained as to the 'made in Oakdale.
guilt of the parties and who owned the
knife with which the terrible slashing
Mrs. Mary A, Kelly died at her home
at 1630 Le Claire street yesterday af-
of Dejanitz and Devetzy was accom- ter an illness of seven months. De-
Danes at New Warehouse. Em
ployes of the Root & Van Dervoort
Engineering Co., East Moline have
completed arrangements for a house
warming next Saturday evening, the
occasion of the opening of the new
four-story warehouse that has just
been completed at the 'engine plant by
Contractor H. W. llorst of Rock Is
land. TfV event will take the form of
a danceon the second noor or the
Old Hack Driver Adjudged Insane. pusnea. All me prisoners, nowever, , ceasea was oorn in umenc, ireiana. tRrr..rti.ro TWa ar nft ril
TrMni x a ha hn rpmjuirlArl tr. th wiiintv lall. ! Antr 16 lfifiS and ram tn this cnun- ! ulg ne jelruc-iure. njere are no, ai
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former bartender, .has succumbed to
too much mental stress and has been
adjudged Insane and ordered sent to
Mt. Pleasant. The case was the first
tried by the insane commissioners who
were recently-appointed by Judge The
opfcilus. (Meves Girl Is In Mother's Care.
Emma Grieves of Clinton, the youthful
girl who ran away from her home be
cause her father abused her and kicked
her out of the house, has been return
ed to her home Ty 'her 'mother, who
came here to take tie girl away. It
was at first Intended to send the girl
to the trtate Industrial home for girls,
but the mother later changed her mind
and came after her daughter. Blanche
Hopkins has also been taken home by
where they will be held until the trial
At present Jockech is at the county
jail, where he was taken the second
day after the cutting, and his shoulder,
since the extraction of the leaden pel
let, has been healing nicely. The two
victims of the stabbing are still at St.
Luke hospital, and will recover from
the Injuries, but wIH not be able to
appear for hearing for several days.
The knife with which they were stab
bed and which was lost after the fight,
has been found in the house at 114
Rock Island street, where it found its
way in some mysterious manner.
Another Property Change. Follow
ing tho sale of the Biller building on
Brady street which was made Tuesday
by Leonard P. Biller to Ed Mueller,
Mr. Biller reinvested his money In
property in this city located on Second
street near Perry, buying the Klenze i
Wife's Arm Broken by Husband's building on that street from M. M.I
Blow. The attack of her husband on j Sturgeon and wife of Rock Island. He
her. following a few remarks which ! wlll lmrrove thls property as he did j
passed between them, was the caTise;the building which he owned on Brady!
of Mrp. Clyde VanjArsdale appearing i street j
in police court to prosecute her hus- j p j
band on a charge of assault and bat- ... . , .
v . . . . i Obituary Record. Word has reach-
tery, the woman s arm having been I '
broken when she fell after being i ed Davenport of the death at St. Cloud, ,
struck by hrr husband, a3 she alleges j Fla., of John G. Maynard. first ser- j v.'illiam Fender and
in her charge. The arrest of Van Ars- i geant, V. S. A., retired. Mr. Maynard spent Thursday with
dale was made by Officer Srblueter, j was stationed In Davenport about 20! fiends.
who brought the man in from the i years ago with Lieutenant Galbraith of j ir. an(j Mrs. S. J. Ash and little
Maawa livery barn, where he is em-j the recruiting station. He was trans- daughter Helen, spent Thursday in
ployed as a driver. The wife, in tell-J ferred to Chicago under General Miles ( Rock Island. '
tag her story of the attack at the Ma- j and later was sent to Washington, D. i The new roof is now completed on
t!on. stated that she had told him to i C, where he held a responsible posi- the Aledo public school house, which
come home to supper, and that he lm- tion in the war department uutil two js hPins built by Harney Brothers of
mediately struck her with his fist and weeks before his death.
knocked her down, the fall breaking j Rosaline Louise Holmyard died yea-
hr left arm. With tsars in her eyrs j terday at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
she told the officers that her husband Holmyard on the i tica Kldge road, 1X0.
i one and a half miles from McClellan ; Ded
Heights, after an illness of 10 days, each sheet. Then it is given a coat of ! Demos was dismissed
try with her parents when she was 2
years old, making their home at Gales
burg, 111. She was married at Mon
mouth Oct. 6, 1S92, and became the
mother of four children, two of whom
are dead. The survivors are a hus
band and two children. Richard H. and
Margaret A. Kelly. The body will be
sent to Monmouth, 111., Friday morn
ing, where interment will take place.
James C. Wallace, aged 85 years, for
over 60 years a music dealer in Daven
port, died Tuesday at his home near
Fayetteville. Ark. Deceased was born
in Ohio, where he spent his boyhood.
Mr. Wallace removed with bis family
to Fayetteville, Ark., where they took
up their home on a 40-acre fruit farm.
His wife died nine years ago in Daven
port and was buried in Oakdale ceme
tery. Surviving are one son, A. S.
Wallace of Davenport; one daughter,
Mrs. Frank Bond of Washington, D.
C. and three grandsons. Frederick
Wallace of Fayetteville. Frank C. Wal
lace of Davenport and Rolf Bond of
Washington. D. C. Interment will be
made in the family lot in Oakdale cem
Aledo. The roof is what is known as .developed that Marrelas, was the fel-
eoncreto slab roof. it is eorrmosed ! low who had struck Kocenos. so he
first of concrete, covered with five-ply
viding partitions on the entire floor
with result that 300 couples can be ac-
'commodated. Two days have been
spent in' carefully waxing this floor
and Freed's 10-piece orchestra will
furnish music for the dance.
Three More Candidates. Three
more candidated for commissioner yes
terday filed with City Clerk Oldefeat
petitions asking that their names be
submitted to the people at the primary
election. They are Peter Langbehn,
Jr., H. F. Claussen and Albin H. An
derson. This makes seventeen an
Boarding House Battle. That per
plexing question which continually
worries campers Who's going to
wash the dishes? Is what led to the
trouble Monday night in thp Greek
boarding house at 1719 Third avenue,
resulting in the arrest of three men.
ueorge Kocenos conducts a restaur
ant on the cafeteria plan. His rules
vary a little though, for beside help
ing themselves to the layout, the
boarders are supposed to clean up the
dishes. This is what one of the board
ers failed to do and a fight followed.
Kocenos Informed Peter Andronopon
lons that he must wash the dishes. One
word led to another and oon the pair
were clinched. In the 'melee Kocenos
received a jolt above his left eye. cut
ting a gash. Andonopoulous and Peter
Demos were arrested. When they ap
peared for trial they were accompan
ied by Tom Marrelas, who was to tes
tify. In thp course of the hearing it
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was a good man when he let liquor
Jone. but that as soon as he became
Intoxicated he was not responsible for
Bis ections. It 1s claimed that he was
Intoxicated when he made the vicious
kttack on hia wife at the livery barn.
Austrian Grilled; Guilt Is Mystery.
Ortlling the 10 or 12 Austrian now
under arrest for complicity in the cut
ting and shooting scrape which occur
red at the comer of Second and Rock
2 wool roofing felt and then mop
with a nine-inch mop between
was arrested. He was fined $15. SO
for assault and battery, while Andono
poulos paid $11. so on a similar charge.
She was born Dec, 14. 1903. and wad 'tar and pitch, into which crushed stone
at the time of her deaih 7 years, lljs embedded.
month and IS days old. The survlv- j airs. J. H. Cobb and Mrs. J. E. Mar-
ors are her parents and one brother.
The funeral will be held Friday at 1
o'clock from the home of her parents
and will be private. Interment will be
made In Oakdale.
Frederick Osborn died at Mercy hos
pital Tuesday night at 11 o'clock. He
A Heafthful Old Age for Women
The turn of life is the most critical period in a woman's
existence. Owing to modern methods of living not one
woman in a thousand approaches this perfectly natural
change without experiencing a train of very distressing
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Those hot flashes are just so many calls fr.om nature for
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If this period is safely passed through the prospect will
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Kewaskum, Wis, "Your medicine was a blessing to
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If you want special advice write to Mrs. PInkham, Lynn, Mass.
dock were Rock Island visitors Fri
Miss Faye Iewis returned Thursday
from an extended visit with her sister,
Mrs. E. N. C'lthrie in Denver, Colo.
Mrs. Myrtle Hare returned to Lin
coln, Neb., Thursday after spending
a few days with Mrs. Joseph McDou-
gral, who is very ill.
Miss Augusta Lock wood arrived Fri
day morninp from Colorado Springs,
where she has Ibeen spending a num
ber of months.
i Resrinninx on Monday the Rock Is
; land Southern freight cars reach Aledo
iat S:3n a. m., which gives this city a
I much hotter freight service than in
jthe past. Iast week the trolley wires
I were extended so the cars come to the
The fourth number of the lecture
course will be given Feb. 3. The Mo
zart Concert company is expected to
; be one of the greatest musical treats
; of the sea.on.
j Wedding invitations are Issued for
the marriage of Miss Minnie Wenger
to J. Elmer .Lonpley Feb. S, at I p. m.
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Orr Cal
houn. j The William and Vashti college stu
dents bad a half day holiday on Thurs
day afternoon, and assembled in the
i college chapel for a reception, and tin
j shower, in honor of Prof, and Mrsi
'Arthur Wood worth, whose marriage
(took place in this city on Wednesday.
I A program consisting f a farce, "The
j Mork Wedding,"' was presented by the
'students, and Prof. Woodworth'a 10-
I minute talk on, "The Happiest Day
I of My Life," was much enjoyed.
j Mrs. Charlie Thornhill and son of
i Rock Island came Friday to visit Mer-
jcer county friends a few days.
; Mrs. W. A. Johnson and -children and
i Mrs. Frank Johnson were Rock Island
j visitors Saturday.
Mrs. C. C. Relt and brother Lynn
Vandals Cut Wires. Vandals used
an axe Tuesday evening, cutting a
four-foot length out of the main cable
of the Central I'nion Telephone "com
pany at FortVth street and Fifth ave
nue, Rock Island. The cable, carrying
fio wires, established telephone com
raunication between Moline and Rock
Island and Moline and Davenport and
it was not till 4 yesterday morning that
connection with either city could be
established. By that hour the dam:
age had been repaired by linemen.
Uniform Quarantine. Uniform quar
antine regulations in Fast Moline, SI1
vis, and Watertown are desired by the
boards of health of the three munici
palities and first steps toward accom
plishment of this aim were taken at a
meetln held in the offices of Dr. J.
H. Ellingsworth in Watertown. There
is an epidemic of measles In the three
towns to the east of Moline, and doc
tors find it a difficult matter to check a
spread of the disease with members
of families of those stricken mingling
with the people in schools and other
public places. The present quarantine
ordinances Regulate only In cases of
diphtheria, scarlet fever and small pox.
Another meeting of members of the
three boards is to be held this evening,
when ordinances to be presented to
the East Moline council and the Sil
via and Watertown village boards will
be drawn. They w ill- provide for quar
antine In the event of measles, infan
tile paralysis and whooping cough.
Obituary Record. Mrs. Mary Wil
liams, mother of H. C. Williams, ex
alted ruler of Moline lodge of Flks.
died early yesterday morning at her
home in Union City, Ind. Word of her
passing was received in a telegram by
C. F. Mueller, father-in-law of Mr. Wil
liams. Her death resulted from blood
poisoning. Mr. Williams only returned
from Union City Sunday, where be at
tended the funeral of his rftrandmother.
His mother was Blightly 111 at the time.
but it was not supposed that the at-A
tack would prove fatal. A telegram
was received yesterday forenoon con
veying the fact that she was in a dan
gerous condition, and Mr. Williams de
parted at once, accompanied by his
fax springs, Iowa, for the benefit of
Rev. J. M. Osborne, assisted by
N. P. Tucker, the well known choir
leader of Rock Island, is conducting
revival services at the Baptist
church here this week.
Herbert Crowder is recovering
from a severe attack of tonsilitls.
Mrs. C. E. Roach is enjoying a
visit from her mother, Mrs. Anna
Cerlach. who recently returned from
a six weeks' visit with relatives at
Mrs. Mary Phelp, who has been 111
with the grip for several days, Is
Miss Helen McBam and Mrs. Wal
ler Prindlaui are visiting at Sum
mer, Iowa. Their grandparents. Mr
and Mrs. S. Condon, went with
turned home Saturday from Dixon,
111., where they have been visiting
their son. Glen, who is attending
The next number on the lecture
course wlll be given Saturday even
ing. Feb. 4. by the Hargell concert
news all the time The
.T fichrnoilpr xrhn ha heen a client
aire. Jiargaw Ai.eji, wueoi uarrnre: ,he past fpw davg t thft homP of Mr
H. Vasconcellas, has returned to his
home at Louisiana, Mo.
Mrs. John Rahnks is slowly recov
ering after a two months' illness.
The Baptist Ladles' Aid society
met at the home of their president,
Mrs. James Shannon, last Wednesday
afternoon and elected officers for the
Allen of 1711 Sixteenth avenue, died
of paralysis. She was born in Sweden
in 1R4S and had lived in this city r")
years. She leaves her husband and
Clifford Beasley, who has been in
the navy for the past four years re
turned to his home here Friday.
Kdith Reeve returned Wednesday
from Breckenridge. Mo., accompan
ied by her aunt, Mrs. B
Miss Mona Dorey will organize a
physical culture class at the Ply
mouth church Thursday evening,
Carl Abraham is enjoying a visit
from his brother from Morning Sun,
Mrs. M. W. Riddell of Rock Is
land visited her cousin, Mrs. J. R.
The social committee
Hand society will hold
Friday evening to plan
entine sociable at the church.
Mrs. William Palzmann is in Chi
cago, called there by the illness of
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Brundage
entertained the members of the
ladles' octet at their home on Second
avenue, Saturday evening. Miss
Franing from Milan was on out-of-town
guest. The hostess served a
The Misses Elizabeth Minnie Dorey
of Oalesburg are spending a few days
with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. S.
Miss Lydia Johnson is in Cable
spending a week with her parents.
Cyriel Azeryn. who is quarantined
with diphtheria. Is recovering.
A. C. BIderstadt spent a few days
Miss Ella O'Leary of Orion
Saturday and Sunday with
j C. R. Carpenter left Monday to at
F. Skin- Iena ,ne auiomoDiie snow in tai
Mrs. Joe Meehan of Aledo visited
Thursday and Friday with her sis
ters, the McCarty girls.
Mrs. Caleb Carpenier Is visiting In
Rock Island this week.
Friends and neighbors of Mr. and
Mrs. John nogman gave them a sur
prise Friday evening before leaving
for thir new home in Shorrard.
Charles Carpenter of Rock Island
is visiting at the home of his brother,
Mr. and Mrs. Wilcher Elliott re-
for a val-
! Bryant, went to Reynolds Saturday to
j visit friends.
Rose Hill Aid society met with Mr.
Wainwright in an all-day meeting. The
next meeting will be with Mr. Sam
Srhafer Wednesday Feb. 8.
Miss Pearl Mumma visited friends
j in Cordova last week.
j J;id Wainwright returned from
i v niiamsourg, iowa eonesaay eve
jning. ! Mrs. Clyd Wake who has been
; helping care for her mother, Mrs. Mar-
Ian "Walker the past month is now
jconfined to her bed due to overwork.
I Miss Edna Atkinson the nurse who
I has been caring for Mrs. E. M. Mo
Murphy returned to her home In Dav
i Mr. and Mrs. Millard Whiteside wel-
corned a dafthter Friday,
j Mr. William Cox is spending a few
jdays with her daughter, Mrs. Percy
!Skel'on at Port Byron.
How to Have the Best Cough
Syrup and Save $2. by
Making It at Heme.
; For himself doth a man work
jevll In working evil for another.
Cough medicines, ss a rule, contain
a large quantity of plain syrup. If
you take one pint of granulated su
gar, add pint of warm water, and
stir about 2 minutes, you have as
good syrup as money could buy.
If you will then put 2i ounces of
rinex (fifty cents' worth) in a pint
botUe, and fill it up with the Sugar
Syrup, you will have as much cough
eyrup as you could buy ready-made
for 12.50. It keeps perfecUy.
And you will find it the best cough
syrup you ever used even In whoop
ing cough. You can feel It take hold
usually stops fhe most severe cough
In 24 hours. It is just laxative enough,
has a good tonic effect and taste ia
pleasant. Take a teaepoonful every
one, two or three hours.
It is a splendid remedy, too. for
hoarseness, asthma, chest pains, etc.
Pinex Is the most valuable concen
trated compound of Norway white pine
extract, rich In guialcol and all tho
healing pine elements. No other prep
aration wlll work in this formula.
This recipe for making cough rem
edy with pinex and Sugar Syrup is
cow used and prized In thousands of
homes tn the United States and Can
ada. Tha plan has often been lmitat
ed but never successfully.
A guarantee of absolute satisfaction,
cr money promptly refunded, goes
with this recipe. Tour druggist has
Pinex or will get It for you. If not,
end to The Piaex Co , Ft Wayne. Ind.
Silvis aerie 1S.?9. F. (. E. had a
special meeting Friday evening when
the committee on the fair to be held
in February reported their arrange
The baseball nine of the village
gave a ball at Cooney's hall Friday
evening. A large sum was cleared.
The proceeds go toward furnishing
suits and other equipment for next;
C. Condon has returned from aj
visit In Missouri, his former home. i
Mrs. H. P. Loose recently enter-!
talned her sister. Mrs. Milo (Jottrich.j
and son. Paul of Farmlngton. III. '
Mrs. Hy Stoneberg enjoyed a sev
eral days' visit from her father, ;
Charles Reutner of Oreen river.
Mrs. Mary Phelp has ben enter-!
taining her niece and nephew, Mr. !
and Mrs. T. Zlmmerle of Green Bay,
The Order of the Eastern Star of j
the village met Monday evening. A ,
number of visitors from the tri-!
cities were invited guests.
Brakeman Herman Dongsmith has
returned to his duties on the Koi k J
Island road after being st home some j
time on account of a serious illness.
John Ranson of Sherrard visited i
relatives here. j
John Newton and mother of Port i
Byron visited relatives here the
Mrs. W. E. Hopson has returned'
home from a brief visit with rela- j
tives and friends in Iowa. ,
A. Swenson and family have re-i
turned from a visit at Aledo and j
The local order of Eagles met lastj
Wednesday evening to make plans (
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and 18. jo
James Shannon ha3 gon? lo Col- 1 V,
Guaranteed by the Harper House
If your stomach is weak and con
stantly upset, you must quickly do
one of two things.
Allow the rest of your body to be
come as weak as your stomach. Or
make your stomach as strong ss
There is only one choice for those
who want to live and enjoy life, and
that is to make the stomach as
strong as th body.
This ran best be done by using
the prescription of a specialist that
in years of practice gave Immediate
relief and permanent cure to 95 per
cent of the people who used it.
Thi3 prescription Is known from
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Mi-o-na stomach tablets, most
people call them, are guaranteed by
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j Indigestion (acute or chronic) or
any upset condition of the stomach
or money narK.
In five minutes they give relief
from heartburn, acid stomach, gas
nn stomach, belching of sour food,
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braBh. If you suffer from stomach trou
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stomach tablets today and put
yourself on the road to health. At
the Harper House pharmacy and
leading druggists everywhere.
How To Cure
Your Own Kidneys
A New Guaranteed Treatment The
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Hr in th brut rutinJv for your
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If your kidney are too far gone, nih
lna; Pise m.iy nave you. It then rents
with your Maker.
Now. If you have pain In the amall of
your back, at time or rntilntlv. If th
urine I profuse or rnt. If if in rn"ky
or cloudy after If etanda a few hour,
or lias a lad odor, or If you have fain
In the bladder or a tour h of rheutna
tlm anywhere, the chancea ara aJmoat
ln to 1 thnt your kidneys ate clogged
with body polona of various kind
Bladder troubles, rheumatism. Hrlg-ht'a
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You will eav It Is the greatest rtmMv
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countrv believe In them because thay
have beii oured by them.
Ir. Iierhv'a Kidney I'll Las art safe,
give no b;id after effeets Jn the first
24 hours von wlll feel different, better.
Ir. Iterhy'a Kidney rills nre sold bv
all druggists SO pll's 1) dnys' treat
ment 25 cents, or direct from Ierh
Medicine Co, Katon Ilaplds. Mich. If
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your druggist for a free sampla package.
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matter how you like it
no matter what it coat,
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! Think This Over
Just because you can open
an account at this bank any
time, don't get the idea that
any time will do. The pro
per time is RIGHT NOW.
4 Interest Paid on Savings
Checking Account Solicited, fcsfetr Hoxea for Rent.
Rock Island Savings
1721 Second Ave. J3anlc 1 Rock Island, 111.