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THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 7, 1911.
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Deatfe by Drowning Verdict, An ai
tapsy m th bodr of Tnraslralc Pa
7 p&tricolaos. th Greek eoofc employed
.- by the Conor Island restaurant re-
veeied the fact that the man had
com to his death by drowning and
that an eptleptle fit vu probably the
i cause of' bis drowning. The body of
- the Greek -was foand Bittrng almost
: erect In tbe hath. tab abont 9 o'clock
Saturday night tn tbe Troy bote! af
ter be bad been tn tbe bath room al
most an boar. Aoquaratanoe of Pa
panleo'laos had not known that be
-was subject to fits and therefore no
alarm was felt when be did not come
oat of tbe bathroom after a reason
able length of time. A Papanloo
laos of Chicago, a brother, arrived In
Davenport to look after the funeral.
j Tbe funeral services were held In the
Boies chapel yesterday. Rev. Ned
' Lee officiated and Interment was In
Oakdale. Five brothers and two 6la-
r ters. all living out of the city, sur
vive. Taken for Embezzlement. Joe Gold
stein was arrested in Chicago Satnr
day at the request of the local police
force on the alleged charge of ember
Element from Max Heyer, tbe butcher,
for whom he has been working for a
number of years. The money which he
is alleged to have taken amounts to
$203 according to the statement of the j
cae a rumisnea to mo police uji
time the charge was made against
Goldstein. Detective Jessen left Sun
day morning at 3 o'clock for Chicago
following fhe arrest of Goldstein by
the police of that city. On his arrival The deceased was born in Pom-! John and Edward Xoonan and Mrs.
he found his man waiting for him and mrn, Prussia. Oct. IS. 1R44, and at ;Iate P.ateman were recently serious
immediately started back. It is un-j an R'rly age enlisted and served three l.v poisoned by eating meat and only
derstood that an attempt will be made ! y Pars in the Prussian navy. On prompt medical aid saved tbelr lives,
to settle the matter and thus prevent i April 27. 1864. he enlisted in tbe: S. S. Johnston, Mercer county
a prosecution. i United States navv and served about i treasurer, was rrcenrly paid by David
o !r voar on the Brooklyn. He was A. Hebel. executor of the will of th.r-
Buffalo Wants to Be on LineA ! married to nis rirst. wne, v.M,.u.n.
committee representing the citizens of ' Schroeder. in New York city in April,
Rfrl rall nn PLnt T v PrJlS65. Tie came to Davenport Mr.rch
Buffalo called on President J. F. Por
ter of the Trl-City Railway and Light
company, for the purpose of expressing
tbe desire of the Buffalo people to,
h&vn jt npw 1ntAriirha.n lina 1 Mutuji.!
Buffalo citizens are anxious to secure
' . the new line, and say they believe that
'" It would be a good route for the com-.-Xany
to select. The committee which
r - called on Mr. Porter consisted of H.
Meyer, 6. H. Moorehead and John
Ber w aid.
Obituary Record. William Cleland
died yesterday at his home. 1627.Larao. Mrs. Adel Ohrt and William!
Iowa street, after a lingering Illness. , Uthoff. Rock Island: Mrs. Alma Jens,
The deceased was born In Monmouth, Manning. Iowa. The fnreral was
111.. March 13. 1859, and has been albeld this afternoon from the late?
oitlzen of Davenport for many years, j home at 2 o'clock. Gtistav Donald i
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Health and Beauty Queries
BY MRS. MAE
Julia M. : It is natural to grow
heavier during cold weather months,
'but your weight is increasing too
rapidly, and I would suggest a sim
ple treatment which is splendid for
taking off flesh. Get from the drug
gist four ounces of parnotis and dis
solve In 1 V pints hot water. A
tablespoonful of this before each
meal will gradually take off the su
perfluous weight. This treatment is
harmless, costs little and requires no
starving, but you must be sure to j
get parnotis. '
Elsie I.: It la ungallant for your
sweetheart to chide you about the
downy growth on your face, but if
you follow these simple directions
the hair can be easily removed. Buy
an ounce of delatone from your drug
gist, mix a little with enough water
to make a paste, and apply to the
hairy surface. Let remain for
or three minutes, then
wash the surface well.
tone Is a little expensive
ration usually does the
May: Stop using face powders andjjn all scalp and hair troubles.
try this "liquid powder" for that j
shiny look and your complexion will' Maxlne: Your thin. Ptrae!y, fall
soon resume its natural healthy tint: ling hair with dandruff is due to a
Dissolve four ounces of spurmax in' starved condition of the hair folli-
one-half nlnt hot water, add two tea-i
ri,uv'""' n.'tc.iiw, vuano en uu
iei cooi. ipis appnea to toe 8Kins(male exoejit-.nt and Inexpeadive
una. uer asuiog cieara na cair tPniP Bt honie If you get an
cleanses It and gives It a pink ndjounce of qujnioln from the druggist
white glow not obtainable with pow-'and dire it in one-half pint of
der and rouge. Any druggist can
supply spnrmax and it Is inexpen
sive. Hermes: Face lotions will not rid
your face of its pimples and liver
pots. This condition is caused
through Impurities in the blood find
ing their way to the skin's surface.
What you require is a blood cleanaer
and system tonic, and if you will pre
pare this Inexpensive recipe, the skin
will become clear and you will feel
much better. Get an ounce of kar
dene from your druggist and dissolve
Sn one-half plot alcohol, adding one
half eup sugar, then hot water to
make a quart. Take a tablespoonful
before each meal and I am sure yon
will find It excellent.
Bride; Here i a splendid recipe!
He is survived by a wife, two daugh
ters and three sisters. The funeral,
which will be held Wednesday morn
ing at 10 o'clock from the home, will
be private. Interment will be made
George F. Glaudel died Sunday at
his home, 1018 East Fifteenth street.
after a short illness of pneumonia.
The deceased was born in Davenport,
He was married to Miss Alice Dewey
of this city March 2. 1904. Those weeks with Mercer county friends,
surviving are his wife, Mrs. A. Glau- and left Thursday for Rock Island to
del and a 4-year-old child; h's par-'spend a few days.
enta. Mr. and Mrs. P. A. Olaudel j Mrs. E. R. Steeltnan returned
of Davenport, two brothers, Paul of Thursday to her heme in Rork
South Dakota, Albert of Davenport, j Island after spending a few days
two sisters. Jennie and Lucy of Dav- ; with-Mrs. M. Cooper of New P.oston.
enport. The funeral was held this j Mrs. Charles Nesbitt left Thurs
moTning from the home. j day for Astoria, to visit her sister,
Mrs. John Hughes of Oxford. Mrs. Elmer Summers.
Tows, died yesterday afternoon at the ! Rev. and Mrs. J. E. IWter and
home of her daughter. Mrs. William family left Thursday for Olathe, Col.,
Buster, 624 East Tenth street, drop- where they will reside,
sy being the cause of her death. The! Mifs THHe Hrown returned Wed
deoeased was born In Ohio In 1R59 nesday from Rvanston, where she
and came to Iowa when a young girl. ; has made an extended visit with her
Those surviving are three sons, Ar- ! sister.
thur of Eldon. Iowa. Grant and John I Carl Roberts left Thursday after-
of Davenport, and three daughters, noon for a short visit with relatives ; with the Rock Island Plow company,
Mrs. R. D. Walters and Mrs. W. Bus-i In Rock Island. 'working directly under Mr. Francis,
ter of Davenport and Mrs. V. O. i One of the most intorpf ting games From her'-; he was sent to Indianapolis
Smith of Oxford. Th body will be 1 of basketball was played in Aledo on , as assistant maanger of the Rork Is
sent to Oxford for burial. I Thursday evening, by th James Mil- i lnnd concern s branch bouse. I Ir ha.;
Charles Falkner, a citizen of Dnv- j liken university and the Willfairs ' t.en with trie Fort Madison people
enport for over 40 vears. did at,nn Vashtl collate teams, and was , ,Knv for more than a year,
his home, 1307 Scott street, f rem ; won by William and Vashtl. The. o
heart trouble after an illness of ajore to .33. , Carlson Candidate for Mayor. Mart
ear and a half. The deceased was i Mrs. Pundbor? of ChicPgo came j. Car!c0n spervisor from thU city
waII known here, as he was a mem-i Thursday to viit hr daughter, Mrs. jf . OORnU. hoanl.
ber of tne T)avPtlport poiicf force foriT. If. Cobb and family.
21 years, serving four years as a;
nolieeman. two vears as a detective
and 15 vears as nieht cantnin. For! Mr. and Mrs. Richard Hogan went
the last 12 years be has I con a night jto Reynolds Friday to visit Mrs. Ho-
watchman for several of the hanks.
. Uorri.H tn Viia first wifp. Ch ristina
worked on thf
died in May, 1S67. In 1S6S he mar-
In 1?04 be married Dora I't-
boff of Manning. Iowa. Mr. Falkner
was a member of the Masons, the Odd
tth. iha votprsn Vnlnnteer !
Firemen's association. Surviving :
tli AeoA are tbe w ife. Dora Falk- 1
u.i., hMrn -,t
stepchildren: Charles Falkner. Can- j P- m. at ber home. Rev. T. S. Pit-
ada- Mrs. lxuise Stofft, Moline; I tenger conducted tbe services.
Herman Falkner. Davenport; Willi Mr. ar.d Mrs. Dan DiHry were Rock
Ham Scheel. Keokuk; Mrs. Emma island visitors Saturday.
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for a greaseless massage cream. Dis-
solve an oun, of alinozoin i;i a half-i
Dint of cold water 1H fun ti' lo. i
spoonful, glycerine, stir well and let!
fnrt for;. f. x-i..v..i
tours. Nightly ms-
saeinz with this nl
softens the skin and removes black-
hwaila n-htu Ha fi. in
, give to the face that pet feet slow of
youthful health. You w ill find almo
izoln Inexpensive and any druggist,
lean supply it.
Anna G. : The condition you de-
scribe Is not eczema of the scalp, but
's likely caused thrnuzh using Injur-
soaps or shampoo mixtures,
which have robbed the scalp of the wmiam Kruckenbertj met with quite :
oily secretion necessary to keep it inifm accident last Saturday while help-
. i-ouuimou. i am mire you
can overcome this if you buy some
lauiuim mia aisfoive a leaspoonrui
In a enp of hot water. This makes
enough for one good shampoo, and :
I naraeranh. as It is a unlendid tnnlc
win te a serious matter. ion can
ruh efr inH ;j. v . , ,' Tbe wheels passed over him breaKi
run on ana . itchiness snd soon corrects the drv. ... , , t ...
While dela- condition of therein ,: i r.is iee nar t.e imzn. iieip w3f pro-
one annli- ...u i iVi , . Icured and be was taken to the house
, uu vpi i would be advis'.ble to use the ouln- .
"-k. ,oln ha!r .on,, mentioned in another , w liere he 13 h:in rared for'
alcohol, then add one-half pint of tton tan be taken o-t and this tube
water. This makes a full pint of ex- restored to its normal condition, hear
cellent tonic for the hair, and a few r? will be destroyed forever; nine
careful treatments of the scalp with cases out of 10 are caused by catarrh,
this brings back the silky lustre to which is nothine but an inflamed con
the hair and
promotes a luxuriant
J. M. V. : You are right In say
ing that dull, listless eyes detract
from womanly beauty. The burning
sensation of which you speak does
not call for eye-glasses, but rather
an eye tonic. If you make up the
following simple and Inexpensive eye
lotion you will obtain quick relief:
Get an ounce of crystos from tbe give Chamberlain's Stomach and Liv
drug store and dissolve in a pint cf er Tablets a trial and you will be
warm water. One or two drops of pleased with the regjlt. Tfc tal-
jthis harmless liquid In each eye will
strengtnen tne eye muscies ana re-
new the sparkle to the eye
delivered the address and the body
at the Davenport
Mrs. J. I.. Mason and Miss Opal where he was connected with the Mo
Rader were Rock Island visitors on : line Plow company. Feb. 1 became
i Mr. ard Mrs. Frank Reynolds of
; South Dakota, have spent a few
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late .Mrs. .nn tveea
ax of $ , 9 1
6i. which is the largest .
' t -fWI W1
'r.nnnM' All nf (he tav rh r Ii r r-v-
and a small rem -
mission for collection
Tho ftiDora! of tbe late John Pool
was held at his borne in Aledo on
Saturday at 2.P.0 p. m. Re . and
Mrs. I. C. Dool and daughter came
Saturday to nfond the funeral.
The funeral services of Mrs. J. M.
ned'tis were held on Saturday at. 2
Mr. and Mrs. T. C. WiMits went to
Taylor Ridge to visit Mrs. George
Mathias a few days.
Mrs. Bivens and son left Saturday
for a short stay in Rock Island.
AI'ss Ethel Lowry went to Rook
Island Saturday to spend a short
land Saturday to spend
time in the trieities.
Mr. and Mrs. A.W. Swanson and
sons left Saturday for n few days',
visit with friends in Rock Island.
A baby daughter was born to Rev.
and Mrs. A. E. Moody Thursday.
Feb. 2. 1
!r- and Mrs J1W,W' Upharflt or
Milan visited a few da;s here wi.n
'"-oree Shumate will s:hii hav
salo luerjararory to leaiiit; this vicin-
ity. He has accepted a iwsition as
mail clerk, but as yet does not know
what his route will bo.
Mr. and Mrs. Imis Eipper are re
ioicina over the arrival of a new
dauirhi.er, who came to gladden their :
home Saturday, .tan. 2S.
. u-iti;.,. n ta ii in tiuv-
'i,, I,,;.,, , ,,r.fineii tc ber hed for ev-,
To loai hay Rt hIs brother's farm,
The bor9e8 hecame frightened, and ran
away Mr. Kruckenber was holding-
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Deafness Cannot Be Cured
by local aj .plications, as they cannot
reach the diseased portion of the ear.
There is only one wgv to cure deaf
ness, snd that is by
remedies. leafne-s is caused by an !
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ing of the eustachian tube. When
this tube is ii.numed you have a nunb
hr.g sound or imperfect Hearing, and
when It is entirely closed, deafness is
he result, and unless the infiamma-
dition of the mucous surfaces.
We will give f 1 1')0 for any cases of
deafne3 tcaused by catarrh that can
not be cured by Hall's Catarrh ci:re.
t-end for circulars free. F. J. Cheney
& Co, Toltco, O. Sold by druggists.
75 cents. Take Hall s Family pills for
If troubled with indigestion, con-
stipation, no appetite or feel bilious
!ets invleorate the stomach and li-.i r
ana strengthen the ciirestion. Sva
; by all druggists.
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Hull Now Trade Manager. Charles
1 R. Hull, former resident cf Mollne,
; trade rriar.ager of the Fort Madison
j-i0w company. Fort Madison. Iowa,
R.!tCecrilng J. T. Francis, also a for-
mer resident of this city. The news
will be received with pleasure by Mr. j
Hull's host of friends here. He is a j
brother-in-lav, of Harold Hemenwayj
:iml has other relatives in Mcliiie. Mr.
Fraicis, who has hen with the For: '
Madison Plow company since its re- j
organization, and for a good many
years previous with the Morrison Man- i
nfacturing company, resiims to take j
charge of the W. T. Wood company at
Waterloo. Iowa, a new jobbing con- i
cern, which is handling from that point '
the Fort Madison lire of implements
among cthors. Mr. Hall was formerly
connected with tbe Moline office of
the Mollne Plow company and later
h(ls fnrm.Uy announced bis candidacy
for the olTlce of mavor under the com-
mission form cf government, subject,
to the vote rf th people at th' primar
ies to be held in the city Feb.
There are fo::r avowed candidates fi'.r
mayor-, ibe- bing Mart R. Carlson, Pr.
n .C. J. Meyer, J. F. Rose and Tho
mas KIso. Among the candidate fur
commirs-ioner, E. L. Eastman, also a
supervisor on the county board for the
past two years
announces his candi-
"liirv touay ana riea u's ueuiion.
-oiner ctuuiiuaie niea ins i.. -
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; f rauai-iis wno nave aireany liietj,
' T. Stra.v. L. p. XelFon, A. G. Swanson,
i. Kcl KricKsori, K.J. uanz, a. inir?-
sron. v.. jk. .acueui, u,,.v
ell, Joseph i liman, Henry iicnnan.
A. X. Rylamler, Oscar Abraham, NM?
th. mou, V.
F. C'aiissfeii, Albin H. An -
L-fl-ngbehn, Jr., K. I. Wil -
lis Gust Rerglund. Clans Anaorson,
John Pearson, H. C. Thompson, A. C.
Croswell, G. A. Iyvejoy. John A. Me-
Pride. Harry A. Melin. C. K. Kneberg,
;ix)iiis O. Jahns, Ixuis F, Haemer, E. L.
Lives Endangered in Boarding House
Fire. Lives of two women, three chil
dren and six or eight men were endan
gered a' 10;.")5 Sunday niht when a
had blai-e broke out. in a boaiding and
'lodging house conducted by Mr. and
Mi. John iuenuies, jjii rouna ave-
nue. Tbe roof was burning fiercely
and the lower part of the bouse was !
filled with a der.se smoke when the I
lireri-eu broke d'in a door and enter- ;
ed the burning building. The children ;
were in bed, while the men and wo-
h ' H
escape to n place of safety. As soon
its the fin:::en c.n'ered the house a hu
morous a.s well as serious aspect to
the rituatiou wrs dt-velopvd. The oc-
cuprurts of the house were I Jthuantans
ho coiill not understand English, and
the warnlne cries of danger from tbe
fire laddies went for naught. The first
H.ouKht of Assistant Eire Chief Welch
was fur the safety of the children. He
.'-heated an order, "Save tbe children!"
mil rirheH tn the bed to do his share,
He was In the act of plckine up one of
the little ones when he wa? roughly
seized by four burly Lithuanians and
Try This HomeMade
$.;to move their c(nf. t ion;; ry store and
Costa Little, But Does the Wcrk : fruit stock into th weht fctore room'
Quickly, or Money Refunded. ' of the new Aldene building. j
... . . . , . , ;tian Endeavor society of the Plyrn-1
Mix one pint rf pranuiatea surnr , ... v . , , , .K
with r.Tt of vami water, and fctlri"th church nas b bl in thy church
for 2 minutes. Put 2 ouncea of Tin- j basement edr.F.day evenuig and
ex (fifty cents' worth) In a pli.t tot- j the following off.ee rs were elected: !
tie; ihen add the Sugar Syrup. Tak.3 ! president. Mrs. M. S. Martr,s: vice,
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. (fj.iQ Tif v fill nnD f wr nf t ' ' r 1
1 OIJ rna tnat t.r.13 Birr.r-i rtn-jii
v takes held of a couch more ouick-
jv than anything elfce you ever used.1
1'sually ends a dcep-s.eated courh In-1
wh cop inn
cough",' chest 'pains, bron -
other throat troubles. It
Etimulat.'-s tlia appeMte and is sl'slit
ly laxative, which helps eiid a rough.
i l;s rec.po E;srs more ana Letter,
cr.ush syrup than you could Lu
ready-m-de for $2.50. It keei.s no
fectly and tastes pleasant. !
Fine. is the most valuable concen- j
tratsd com pour d of Norway whito
line eTtr:; t, and i3 rich in 'giiiaicol ;
r.nd all tbe ratural pine ek-raents;
which are so healing to the raenv j
Lrar.es. O.hor preparations will not
vork In this formula.
This plan of rnakiag cough sym '
v iih I'ir.ex and Sugar Syrup (or
lar throusuoct ti e Unite! States
Canada, that it is often imitated. Bit;
the old, 6'icce8fj.l formula Las cevtrj
Keen equaueu. i
A guarantee of absolute cifact!on, '
or money proniptlr rer -JU'le.-i, to s
Piaex or will get it for you. If not,, ill;ra
sa2 tj Tie Pinex Co., ft. Wfcysi, Ind. iChar,i-s J.
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crowded back apainst "Jic wall. Welch
m&itagcd to brcik away from his cap- the city of 'ilollno. 111., $2,900.
tors aiui he returned to the bed. Again j Hon. J. Kough to George IL Owen,
j he was seizert. this tlir.o by the coat Mot 14. block- 164, city of East Moline,
cellar, and by ono of tre women. HeiHh, $350.
e.-.sliy brukf away fron l.cr grasp. By I John D. Allshorn to Adolpb Van
tbis ttnio th. cMldicn h:ul luvn car- j derbake, $2S5. lot 32. block 121,
! rir-d into the opea air. The assistant ; shops addition to the city of
i-n.im Hhpro ht East Moline.
j frv- a voman siri-ii hcd bft-.veen .1
j tr'.m'K anl the wall. He suppos.-rl she
j had liPtn overcome by smoiv' aiul he
Itrifil ro t ick lu r up to c.'.i rv hi r our.
j As soon as lui txmk h'.-bl of h:r a fi.ehi
I ensued. Tbe wonv:i put up a stub
! bom rc.-istacce. f'.c ii could not un
! d'-rs. :n;d why she refusi-d to leave the
; room ti!l sQir.-j on nri lo a remark
I aboi-.r. a nockin;r. Thi n it dawned on
! tbe as.iif'nnt cbi.f timt the woman
was seeking a. i-trkietr coirainins
; ir.rjiey. Sure enough, tbe trunk was
! iiiovcd,' and ihe tri '.mux- was found.
The woman, seized the staking, and
then she was wKling ti ltd ouf. Til
j upstairs portion of tlirt house was al
most totally des!rood. as the fire had
: ln1 coiu-kj ra; uc-a.-iw ay neioro ;
a aiarm was sounu-.. n is Fiipposea ;
mat n nre v. as cait;'a oy a ceicctive
nut warning of
i. ..4..- :
j uim. n-wi u.iui .uivt-a i
attack of heart ?roi;!!o at S:45 Sunday!
eveu-nt; at mo noir.,- or ms wisier, j
n. ..uiru,.u, . i .. r.nna-j
; nue. -Mr. Aiiaerson was stan.p.ng in
, the kitchen hen. he -jivnoi't-d and fell
' to the foor. He !ie 1 before ni' dicai !
; aid con hi be summon -.1. Mr. Ande
fc;i had bem trouble 1 with Ms heart j
for some time. but. ho bad never had
ar.y reui'y serious aittirk. Mr. Ander- j
son was born in Sneil- n May S. lCO J
He came to America when he wa3 20 i
years old and e tiled in Ci;:aso. Six ,
years apo he came to ihis eity nnd he ;
hud been ffmployd as cupola tender ;
in the Barnard & I.ea.-s foundry. Snr-
vivors are three sisters rnd one broth
er: Mrs. Anderson. Mrs. A. I, 'arl
son. Mrs. George W. Hawks, and J. H.
Auderson, all of this city. The Mineral
j service was at this afternoon. B'liial
waa in ,j.e ian7x-ll ceme tery.
Urs. (). E.
Sn.!(?tii)m Is sick.
:i rettiriiud from
G. V. Hot
business trip to Indiana
members cf the
Wednesday aftt i n
ii at ber home on
VV. E. Tanbau of Moline will open
a meat market this week at the cor
ner of Third avenue ard Sixth street.
Mrs. San Feterrw n entertained a
! few friends Friday the occasion beln?
her birthday anniversary.
j H. Martens has moved his family t
j here from Rose Hill and is conduct-j
ilnz n trrocerv store fit the corner of
: Sixth street and Third avenue, for-
merly run by L. A. Tyler
Miss Minn!'? Van (lent of Musca
tine. Iowa, is visiting her sinter, Mrs.
Bob lngerecll and Mrs. (I. F. Schil
ling. Ed Roxrnan of Wyanet Is visiting
, Kandui and Michiil are preparing;
I A bus'r.ess mr etiiie; of the Chrls-
Jt-ke Jordan ; b':r-tary, ;
'.'iiley; trehsurtr, Mrs. .1. :
i r. r- . w: ....
l.cr:,': organist. Verr.a Pratt; tish-
:id liny Xod'.ii.
i 'ees with their
Tbe followirj? .orr ;n
were appointed: Lookout
i committee. -Mrs iver nt-
ling. Mrs. Fair; so. ! ,!. Ii irothy l'e'-
;ersor ; Junior hoys. Mr.-b--vs.
.Id rich; cradbj
hl.-v The society
Mrs. Ft otr K
! already hes 21
COURT HGU3E HECCn
Peal Et'ate Trarsfcrs.
Jobn :'onijc-d to Chant i'''-i, 3:-
cf N'.W. i cf fi"t:ja Y.yr, north
ranee, No. 4. $3.(,"r.
a-1"1, !,,t --' ' !(ag'
of Eat MoIi.T;. f 4
Axc J. 3;:rtiI:o:
T' l lir
Hiir;a Jchr.--. n at-1 he stand
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fA'..' !,,"-, y: '"V,
' er Power company's Fifth addition to
Arthur W. Wheatley to MD. W. E.
'Ilopson. $2,600, lot 34, block 8. vil
lage of Silvls.
Jans P. Peterson to Charles King,
$1,650. lot 15-16. block 185. city of
: Sheldon J. Woodin to MlcbuJ H.
Tennessy, $100. lot 5. Woodln"S first
! addition to the city of Rock Island.
1 William H. Siebert to Charles
, Largman. $825, W. E. Bailey's ninth
addition to the city of Rock Island.
HONORED THE MONKEY.
Origin of the Coat of Arms of ths Ear!
Most of the wild animals have a
place in heraldry, and many strange
and Impossible creatures, such asgrif
f n, dragons and unicorns, havs been
invented as emblems of daring and
valor. But the donkey and the mon
key have not been so used, except In
one instance, where the monkey has
been admitted to the ranks of titled
nobility. Tbe story of this adoption
i told by Mr. Curtis In bis book,
"One Irish Summer." -
On the Leinster coat of arms ara
three monkeys standing with plain
eolb-r and chained; motto, Crom-a-
noo," "To Victory." This is the only
i coat of arms. I em told, that has ever
borne a monkey in the design. It was
adopted by John Fitzthomas Fitzger
ald In 1310 for romantic reasona
While this Earl of Leinster was an
Infant he was in the castle of Wood
stock, which Is now owned by the
Duke of Marlborough. The castle
caught fire. In the confusion tbe child
was forgotten, and when the family
and servants remembered blm and
started n search they found the nur
sery in ruins. But on one of the tow
ers was a gigantic ape, a pet of tbe
family, carefully holding the yonnff
earl In his arms. The animal, with
extraordinary Intelligence, had crawl
ed through tbe smoke, reecned the
baby and carried It to the top of tbe
When the earl had grown to man
hood he discarded the family coat of
arms and adopted the monkeys for
his crest, and they have been retained
to this day. Wherever you find tbe
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tomb or a Fltrgerald yon will see the
monkeys at tbe feet of tbe efflgy or
under the Inscription.
Henry Lemberg, R15 Seventeenth
street, announces himself as a candi
date for commissioner under tbe com
mission form of government. He baa
been a resident and taxpayer In th'.
city for 40 years, la an honorable, up
right citizen, and has the clty'a wel
fare at heart. Bear bis name In mind
at the primaries. adv.
"I had been given
up to die by three
or our best doctors,
I could not stand it to be on my
feet and I was so swelled in tbe
abdomen 1 could hardly breathe.
But thanks to Dr. Miles' Heart
Remedy and Nervine I am able to
be about the streets, a walking ad
vertisement of the curative qual
ities of your remedies, although I
am 70 years old.
John R. Cochran,
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ROLLS AND CAKES,
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DELIVERIES EVEKY DAY
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Social dance 9 to 12.
Terms, 12 Lessons, $3.00