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THE ROCK ISUAXD ARGUS, FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 3, 1011.
ternatlonal Association of Machinists
as going on record in favor of Sunday
closing, and the movement will prrtb
ably be endorsed by every similar as
sociation in the next 10 days.
Alfred Pascoe and daughter Emma
of Champaign, 111., are visiting rela-j
T j i i
Licensed to Marry. Bert R. Gibson
and Miss Minnie Standard, both of
Manager Schaffer Leaves Suddenly.
Victor Schaffer, leasee and mana
ger of the Princess theatre, took a
hurried departure from the city Wed
nesday evening. Mr. Schaffer sent
word to the tfceatre early In the
evening that he was sick and would
not he down town. Later tt was
ascertained he left the city. Finan
cial difficulties are supposed to be
the cause of his sudden departure.
Several evenings ago the box office
receipts were attached and it is un
derstood he leaves quite a few cred
itors In the city who so far have not
been paid. The Princess will con
tinue to run the same aa usual, C.
T. Kindt, wtto controls the lease, be
ing temporarily In charge.
Wrre In Divorce Action. Butt for a
decree of dfroree has been Instituted
In the district court in behalf of
Mrs. Dorothy Moeee against her hus
band. James P. Moses, on the grounds
of desertion. The plaintiff asserts
that they were married Feb. 15,
1899, and that he deserted her about
March 16. 1806. She seeks weekly
alimony and attorney's fees in the
sum of $100 and the custody of her
two minor children, Lillie and Ella.
Prudot Wee In Perrite-ntlary. Paul
Prudot, Scott county prisoner at the j
state penitentiary at tt. Madison, is
dead, word to this effect having been
received by the police yesterday. The
cause of his death is not given in
the information but it Is thought that
the ravages of alcoholism brought
about his premature death. He had
been confined In the state prison only
since last November, when he was
sentenced to serve five years for lar
ceny but with the sentence was a
roceromendation from the county at-
with games. In the evening over 30
friends gave them a surprise, it being ;
their first wedding anniversary.
Those who attended the Knen shower
given in honor of Miss Luella Oarber
at the home of Mrs. Charles Thomas
Saturday were Mrs. Harvey Ramsey,
Mrs. Ernest Close, Misses Barbara
Hartman, Barbara Fuhr, Lulu, Nellie
and Carrie Cooper.
Mrs. Mary White and Miss Lollie
Marsh went to Peoria Friday on a
The Woodmen will give an oyster
supper in the Hamlet hall Friday night,
Feb. 10. The proceeds will be donat
ed to the sanatorium at Colorado
So Does Sore Throat, Bronchitis, Crouo
You can easily tell hy reading the
symptoms below whether you have ca,
tarrh or not:
Offensive breath, frequent sneering,
di harpe from the no6e, stoppage of
the . huskine.se of the voice, tick
ling i 'hroat, droppings in ttiroat. a
cougl i'l in chest, loss of strength,
varia'i .ppetite," spasms of coughing,
low-spirited at time3. raising of mu
cous, difficulty in breathing, loss of
Harper House pharmacy has a sensi
ble remedy (money back if it fails) for
catarrh, called Hyomei (pronounced
High-o-me) which is a vaporized air,
so antiseptic that when it is breathed
over the inflamed and germ-infested
membrane, it kills all germ life, gives
relief in two minutes, and cures car
The price, including bard rubber
pocket inhaler. Is only $1. The inhaler
will last a life-time, so that should you
need a second bottlp of Hyomei you
can get it for fn cent.
torney that the sentence be reduced
to six months owing to the past rep
utation of the prisoner and the na
ture of the crime. The charge against
Prudot was that of having stolen $30
from the Pohlmann saloon located at
tho corner of Second and Myrtle
streets and then taking the money
and burying It In a tin can near his
home on City Island. The money was
found In the ground by the officers
alter they had arrested him and se
cured a confession as to its location.
Obituary Record. Mrs. Frederlcke
Hermann died yesterday at the home
of Henry Kash, 1029 West Second
street. The deceased was born in
Mark. Brandenburg, Germany, May
4, 1836, and came to this country in
1873. She has no survivors and the
funeral will be held from the home i
Henry Kash Saturday at 2 o'clock.
Martin L. Brown, former member
of the Davenport fire department and
also a member of the police force
20 years ago. Is dead at his home in
ttpokane, Wash. The cauee of his
death is not grren but he had been
ill some time and because of the In
ability of his relatives to care for
tne body he was interred in that city.
He was also a member of the Tri
City leeal, No. 1272, of the Carpen
Mrs. Julia L. Ranzow, a pioneer
resident of Davenport, passed away
yiesterday afternoon at the family
home, 626 West Third street, after
a lingering illness. She was born in ! "
Orabow, Mecklenburg, Schwerin
Germany, Nov. 2, 182 5, and came to
America tn the year 1850. .She was
the widow of Charles F. Raniow.
She was at the time of her death 85
years and three months old. Those
who live to mourn her death are the
following relatives: Charles W. Ran
zow, Mrs. Dora Ruge. wife of Thomas
Ruge, of Milan. 111.; Mrs. Lena San
der, wife of Julius Sander of this
city, and James Carroll of Rock Is
land, husband of Friedricka Carroll,
Mrs. M. E. Goodrich died yesterday
sfternoon at the home, 104 0 East
Fifteenth street, at the age of S3
years. She was born May 14. 1827,
in Williamsport. Md. For the last
seven years she had resided in Dav
enport. Surviving her are a son.
William T.. three daughters. Miss M. j
A. Goodrich of Davenport, Mrs. Fan-) The roads are improving so the
nie Lindsay of Williamsport, and Mrs-TCountry people can come to town.
Rev. Mr. Ottoson's two children
Miss Katherine Smith and Miss
Louise Smith of Moline visited Miss
Irene Edelman Saturday and Sun
day. Miss Margaret Quinn of Janesville,
Wis., Is spending some time with
Miss Mabel Mohr.
Mrs. William Edelman has been
spending a few days with her daugh
ter, Mrs. Edward Rohren in the vi
cinity of Barstow.
Julius McNabney of Davenport
was here Sunday, guests of Mr. and
Mrs. G. F. McNabney and son, Milton.
tax collector Conrad Schadt was
here recently and stated that he
would begin the work of collecting
taxes before long and would spend
some time at the postoffice here at
Miss Pauline Mohr of Harper,
Iowa, visited at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. S. F. Odell a few days ago.
Several Hampton ladies assisted
Mrs. George .Tohansen of Pleasant
Valley, Iowa, celebrate her birthday
anniversary Monday. Included in
the party were Miss Gertrude Mohr,
Miss Cella Peterson, Mrs. David
Cook, Mrs. William Whitehead, Mrs.
Joseph Peterson and Mrs. Bert Cook.
Mr. and Mrs. George McNeal have
as their guest, Mrs. L. Lowery of
Wins Athletic Event, But Breaks
Left Leg. Edmond Seeberger, em
ploye at the D. M. Sechler plant here,
participated in an impromptu track
meet with fellow workmen at the shops.
He succeeded in winning the standing
broad jump, but fell heavily at the con
clusion of hie record-breaking leap,
with the result that his left leg was
broken at the ankle. He was taken to
his home, 500 Forty-6econd street, Rock
Fined for Shooting Quail Out of Sea
son. George Paruskos, East Moline
Greek, was fined $26.80 in Magistrate
Cartrlght's court. Paruskos was ar
rested for discharging firearms within
the city limtls, and when taken into
custody a quail was found In his pos
session. The charge againBt him was
changed and he was fined for shooting j
game out of season.
Uvea for a few days.
Mr. and Mrs. William Ash wsre Rock
Island and Milan visitors last Thurs
day. Bert Kerns fa building a fine resi
dence. Mrs. Stone has bought the
property that he Is living in.
James Had en of MathersrHle Tisited
at the Gibson borne from Saturday till
Mrs. Miller of Taylor Ridge visited
her daughter, Mrs. Henry Jackson, last
Joe Kinsey went to Chicago last
week for a visit with his sister, Mrs.
Hardie, and also to attend the automo
Frank Hayes of Montana visited his
brothers, Bert and Owen Hayes, last
Mias Lizzie Davison returned home
Thursday from Moline, where she vis
ited last week with her sister, Mrs.
Frank Lund qui st.
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Lyons of Rock
Island who have been the guests of
Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Metcalf, left Mon
day for their home.
James McCrelght, cashier of the
Sherrard bank, visited his parents, Mr.
an1 Mr TT Cfc MPr.tffht ratiirnhio'
Found With Head Cut. Lying uni Monday.
w. A. Bjorkman, who has been visit-
J. S. Shank of Rock Island. The
body was shipped today over the
Rock Island railroad to Williamsport,
Md.. for burial.
Mrs. C. B. Halstead and Mrs. Edwin
Steelman went to New Boston Monday
to see their sister. Mrs. Maloney Coop
er, who is quite sick.
Marion Boyles of Gibson, Iowa, re
turned home Tuesday after a brief
visit with relatives and friends.
A son arrived at. the home of Mr.
and Mrs. Ross Bonynge Sunday.
at Ophiem have scarlet fever. School
was closed for two weeks but resum
Constable Charles Lawson went to
Cambridge Monday to appear against
the three boy robbers who were
found-in the lumber shed here after
breaking into a store at Cambridge.
conscious In a puddle of his own bloos
flowing from a large gash in the sid
of his head, Charles Stark, an aged
farmer residing near Orion, was found
on a sidewalk at Sixteenth street anq
Fourth avenue at an early hour yesterf
day morning by a policeman. He wal
brought to the rpolice station and his
wound was dressed and he was kepi
over night. In the morning he wai
brought before Magistrate Gustafsori
to. answer to a charge of intoxication
and pleaded guilty. When asked how
he obtained the cut, he stated that he
did not know. He intimated that rob
bers had attacked him, but as only
twp cents were missing from his fund
this story was discredited. When
found Stark's breath smelled strong of
fumes of liquor. It is thought he feli
on a sidewalk and cut his head. He
caught a noon train out of Rock Island
for Orion. He was on his way to Iowa
to see his wife when he met friends
on the train and they stopped off for a
It yotj always use
Powder, because it al
ways gives best results.
with any kind of flour.
The baking can he made with mors certainty of good result! :
it will be more aaiformly raised it will be lighter it
will be tastiar it will be more wholesoraa, because (he
materials in Calumet are so perfectly adapted to all baking
requirements and then so carefully proportioned that failures
are almost impossible.
Besides it to mora MnanfiileaJ thin th tram brands od it tut
superior to the cheap and bis-can kind that tcomwuuoa caaoot
be made. You can baft better with
On eaa will prove it Try and See. Ask your grocer,
lie has it or can get it for you. Refuse a substitute.
Receive Hlsheat Award WerUT Pure Feed Exposition.
Miss Arizona Watson, Grace Freyer
muth and Miss Alice Gillett of Musca
tine. Iowa, spent Sunday at the D. A.
Halstead of Gibson, Iowa, vis- Klcist home.
it cd. from Friday until Monday at the
homes of A. Kendall and C. B. Hal
stead. Forty six neighbors and friends of
Mr. and Mrs. John Reaber gathered at
the Reaber homje Thursday of la?t
week and gave them a genuine sur
prise, it. being their 3fth wedding an
niversary. Baskets filled with dainty
viands supplied a dinner, which was
greatly enjoyed. The day was spent
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Foster's many
friends in this vicinity are glad to
learn that, their little daughter Floy,
who has been seriously ill for some
time, is improving.
Miss Gertrude McKelly has gone to
Iola. the ?,year-oid daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. !.. McGinnis. had the misfor
tune to fall into the fire Monday and
burn her hand.
Few Sunday Postoffice Calls. At a
Joint meeting of the committee repre
senting the postoffice employes and
ministers of the city the postoffice
Sunday closing movement was discuss
ed and it was decided that the preach
ers should discuss the movement from
the pulpit in the Moliue churches next
Sunday. In tho meantime the em
ployes have made a list of the business
houses and offices of the city which
number 661, and of this number but S2
made calls at the office on Sunday,
Tan. S. Including calls from resi
dents, there were 107. A great many
of the resident, calls were made hy per
sons who also secured the office mail.
On Sunday, Jan. 2S. about 10 per cent
of the business calls took care of the
resident as well, and less than 3 per
cent of the residents called on the
same Sunday, which the clerks claim
Is a large number considering the aver
age in the year. There are approxi
mately 6,000 residents In the city and
there were only 107 calls, surely a
small per cent. The number of em
ployes in the local postoffice who would
he affected by the Sunday closing is
37. The number of factories In tho
city is 32, number of business houses
and offices 141. A communication j
was received from local 695 of the In- I
Ing his parents a, few days, returned
Monday to his home In Rock Island.
Miss Bessie Meek was called to Sil
vis Monday by the Illness of her broth
er's wife, who was recently taken to
Miss Bessie Green returned to her
home in Moline Monday after spend
ing a week with her mother and other
Mrs. Sarah Brown returned to Dav
enport Monday after a week's stay
with friends In Mercer county.
Mrs. Charlie Thornhlll and son re
turned Monday to their home in Rock
Island. They visited Mrs. Thornhill's
parents near Joy..
Miss Lydla Taylor and Mrs. S. M.
Taylor were Rock Island visitors on
Mrs. Will Hall returned Saturday
from a visit with her son In Freeport,
and in Chicago with her sisters.
Oscar and Emanuel Johnson return
ed Saturday from Urbana where they
have taken the two weeks' short
course in agriculture.
Mrs. Hanson and Mrs. Alec Tuer of
Topeka, Kas., left Saturday for their
homes after spending a week with
Mrs. Tuer's relatives and friends.
Mrs. Snider of Preemption visited
her father Willard Carter and family,
last week, leaving Saturday for lipr
home. Dr. Charles Carter of Clin
ton, 111., also visited his father a short
Miss Myrtle Croson and friend went
to Preemption Saturday to visit Miss
Richard Hogan went to Rock Is
land Saturday on a business trip.
Miss Minnie Winger, who is soon to
be a bride, was given a miscailaneous
shower by about 25 young lady friends
on Saturday afternoon at the home of
Miss Bessie Brown.
Mr. and Mrs. T. M. Duncan left
Tuesday for a short visit in Rock Is
land. Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Painter and Mr.
and Mrs. L. B. Turner were Davenport
visitors on Tuesday.
Among those from this city who at
tended the marrlaere of Conway Bent
ley of Aledo and Miss Charlotte Sun
derbrtich of Davennort, Iowa, on Tues
day, Jan. 31. were Mr. and Mrs. V. K.
Bentley, the parents of the groom, Mr.
and Mrs. George Bentley, Mrs. B. F.
WE OWN AND OFFER, SUBJECT TO PRIOR SALE
The Tri-City Railway & Light
First and Refunding Mortgage 5 Gold Bonds
Dated July I, IOIO. Dne July 1, 1030. Interest payable Jan. f ,
and July 1 in New York or may be collected through our office free
of rharjre. Denomination, $l.0OO; coupon or reglatcred inter
changeable bonds. Optional at 105 on any interest dau
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People National Dank Iliiildina.
Felix. Misses Bird Smith, Hilma Nel
son, N'ellio Ringdall. and Lena Furr.
The young couple will reside on the
Bentley farm near Aledo.
Mrs. M. Downey and Mrs. J. Bay
were Rock Island visitors on Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Scott Ft ye who have
spent three weeks visiting Mrs.
Frye's sister, Mrs. Edwin Dice and
family, started Tuesday for their home
In Red Lion, Ta.
The basketball game on Monday be
tween Lombard and Wllliam and
Vashti resulted In a score of 19 to 20
in favor of W. and V.
Judge W. J. Church and Ire Rey
nolds left Monday for a . tour of the
south, visiting New Orleans, and other
southern cities. . Mrs. Reynolds will
visit friends in Howsrd, Kas., during
.Mr. Reynold's absence.
The new schedule for the Rock Is
land Southern trains went into effect
on Wednesday, Feb. I. The electric
cars now leave Aledo for Rock Is
land at. 8 a. ni.. 11 a. m., 2 and 5 p. m..
and arrive in Rock Island at 9:40 a. m
21 .40, 3:10 p. m. and 6:40 p. m. The
Hatnrets Gift fmm the Sunny Sontk
rod- Jte M
The source and making of Cottolene insure its purity. From the white, tufty tops of The
Sunny Southland's cotton the seed is removed, the oil extracted and refined by our exclusive
process. From Cottonfield to' Kite hen human hands never touch the oil from which
Cottolene is made.
Compare the source of Cottolene with the source of lard, and draw your own conclusions
as to the comparative cleanliness, purity and healthfulnessof the two products.
ade only by THE N. K. FAIRBANK COMPANY
cars which leave Rock at 11 1 m , 1
p. m.. 4 find 7 p. m. will rortch Aledo
at 11:45 a. tn., 2:45, 5.45, and at 8:40
The new rest and reading moms are
proving a great benefit to this city.
Thp many out of town shoppers and
visitors enjoy the comforts of the reat
rooms which are now open until 9 p.
m. are enjoyed hy the public, and tht
Mr. and Mrs. Robert J. McDonald
were Rock Island visitors on Wednes
Mrs. Georgn Rheats, Mr. and Mrs.
Milo Sheats and baby, and Mrs. Strat
tan went to Rock Island Wednesday to
Mr. and Mrs. Omer Hart or of Dsv
enport who have been viKitlng friends
In Mercer county returned Wednes
day. Rev. J I Hool of Winfield, Iowa,
was called tj this city this week by
the serious Illness cf his nifed father,
John Pool, who has pneumonia.
Mrs. Mers went to Reynolds Wed
nesdav to visit friends
Mr. and Mrs. Fr"d Hubert nnd baby
and Miss Egbert of Toulon arrlred
Tuesday to attend the wedding of Mis
Ruth Egbert and Samuel Baker, whMi
took place Wednesday Feb. 1, at 7
Mrs. Fred Hendrlfkon of Denver,
Col., arrived Tuesday from Farmtng
ton, where she had rUlfd her par
ent, and will visit friends In Aled
for a fow days.
Mrs. E. L. KlrVpsfrlrk returned
Tuepday fromj Rock Inland, whr he
has been vUfflng a few flays, and Wt
in the evening for hr home In KeMha
burg. Mrs, Frank Rahrlirer of Tay'or
Rldsr has ben viplMuf her siller, Mr-;.
Ben Sharp, leaving Tieday for hr
Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Miller, who have
been spending the winter In Ho.
Spring', Ark., were railed hom Sun
day by the Illness of Mrs. Miller s
mother, Mrs. Candor.
Mr. and Mrs. Taylor Fender and S'.-i
l-ft Wednesday for thlr new home In
Yarmouth. Iowa. They were surprin
ed by 40 of their neighbors and friend.
Who came In to speDd sn evening with
them before their departure.
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writes W. R. Patterson of Wlllinx-
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