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THE ROCK ISTJAXD ARGUS, FKIDAY, FE B U UAK V 17, 1011.
Licensed to Marry. RaJps S. Fin
ley of Wapello and Miss Gertrude
May Grubbs of Muscatine.
Limit for Kirtc. Edward Kirk, who
was Indicted by the gTand Jury on
the charge of lewd and lacJvioua con
duct, was sentenced by Judge The
ophllua to spend the next three years
in the state penitentiary at Fort Mad
ison. This case was disposed of on
the one indictment, but the others for
rape w,u oe ema over nu. ceaa to
sure his future good conduct. The
sentence is the limit under the charge
wntcn he was accused ana n w as tne
zueLuoa 01 unDQiug tne case wou.a De,djerg orphans home,
suggested by the county attorney
handling it and was approved by the!
judge. The other charges are held
over him bo as to be sure that in the
future he will act in the right manner.
Narrow Escapes In Fire. Five per
sons were forced to leap from the sec
ond etorv of the H. G. Roberts barn
tothe rear of 17 Oak Lane Wednes- j sum of $100 In settlement of her claim
day night shortly before midnight j for damages but stated that at the
when the structure was discovered toitime ' acceptance, she was not aware
be in flames and iifter tho stairway
had been shut off by the dense smoke
which filled the building. In leaping,
Mrs. William Puff, wife of the coach
man was slightly injured and others
were suffocated from the dense fumes.
The loss to the barn and equipment
is estimated at $G,5"o, partially cover
ed by insurance. The origin of the
1 vp is not definitely known, but the
flames evidently started in the fur
nace room either from a leaky gas
meter or a defective flue. Before it
had been discovered, the smoke had
filled the entire building and the oc
cupants. Mr. and Mrs. Duff and their
daughter, and the Gardner and his
wife, were forced to Jump for their'
MV.-S. ure niuies spread rapiaiy auerion Feb. 28, 1903. He was sentenced
being discovered through the constant ! to serve 15 years in the penitentiary.
i.K.uiiK ,n vii-- in me nores in me
stable. Four horses were In the bam
and two Jersey cows, all of whtch
were removed safely. The lo.sg on the
equipment includes the destruction of
three carriages, several sets of show
harness and other articles which will
total altout $4,500, on which an insur-
Many people believe with Moses, the great law-giver, that the source
of lard is unclean. The source of Cottolc?te is absolutely clean and
wholesometand the product is as healthful as olive oil.
Cottolcne comes from the . cotton fields of the Sunny South; it is a
product of Nature, refined by our exclusive process. The ancestry of lard
is not so clean or inviting. Lard never has been, never can be, anything
more or less than unwholesome hog fat.
Cottolcne makes food that any stomach can digest, while authorities state
that lard is the causeof nine-tenths of all indigestion.
Cottolene ?is - the best r frying and shortening
medium made - to-day. Wherever exhibited in
competition with other cooking fats, it has always
been granted Ffighest Awards.
ance of 2,700 is carried. The loss to
the barn will be ?bout $2,000 which
is entirely covered. Th structure
was gutted by the flames and the fire-
men had a difficult -ffzht In niacins tho
ure -unaer control. ineir work was
commended by Mr. Roberts, who stated
that they not only did their duty but
assisted In work that was not part of
the department's work. The chicken
barn, was slightly damaged bv the fire
'and about a doren chickens were lost
Children Put In State Institutions.
Upon petitions of Probation Officer H
E. C- Ditxen, asking for proper dispo-
in-!eltlon of HerDirt Guttler. a delinquent
I vouth rv,w,, rh,nM wiHn.
neadi for wbom thelr parent(J cannot
; properly care, the former was sent to!i
Industrial school at Eldora
;and the latter two to the State Sol -
Asks Original Sum for Her Injuries.
In a reply to the answer of denial
of the defendants, the Chicago, Rock
Island & Pacific railroad, Mrs. A. G.
Shomberg , today repetitioned the
court for the sum of $20,000 for per
sonal Injuries received. She admits
in her answer having: received the
wnat the amount was tendered for.
Her claim was filed fty Ely & Bush.
Barrier Again Paroled. It has jusi
been announced that Governor B. F
Carroll has paroled George B. Bur-i
rier from the state penitentiary at I
Fort Madison on the condition that '
the paroled man must stay in Van
Buren county and under no cctiui-l
tion come to Clinton. The parole!
was granted last week and under its'
terms Burrier is placed in charge
of his mother, who resides at Fs rm- j
ington in Van Buren county. Bur-,
rier plead guilty to burglarizing thei
Hamilton and Henie residences in i
Clinton, the burglaries taking pla e
7 i vears for each offense. On Mav '
1, 1907, he was paroled and returnee!
to Clinton. One day he became in
toxicAted, violating the parole, rwid . .1,
on Sept. 4, 1907, was returned to;
complete serving his sentence. liisji,
"good time" in the penal institution j 1'
has materially decreased the length
by authorized to refund your money in cas you are not pleaded,
after having given CuttoUnt a fair teat.
Never Sold hTBulk S
keep it clean, fresh and wholesome, and prevent it from catching
dust and absorbing disagreeable odors, such is fish, oil, etc.
K. FA1RBANK COMPAN
of his sentence and he had only a
little time, possibly about a year, to
serve, when Governor Carroll's pa
role last week released him for the
NAVAL OFFICER SUICIDES
Commander Frank Marble Dm! 't . .. .
oeen in the harness business In this
Pie of Apoplexy as noix.rted. citv for a number of years. The deal
Newport, R. I., Feb. 17. From ; waa closed today and the new propri
authoritative sources it is learned jetor already has taken possession.
that the death of Commander Frank j
Marhle. 1". S N.. of the naval war!
college staff on Tuesday was a case ! Premature and unplanned Fourth of
Cf suicide, and that death was not W celebration occurred yesterday
caused bv apoplexy as at first report-;ln the trimming department of the e
ed. Commander Marble shot him- Carriage works. It must be con-
self through the head with a re -
Ver but what prompted his act
ft mfPrv to his widow and his
i associates on the college staff. He
; had been workine hard at the college
alltl lilts Ufl.tri la uiul uiuiuaiiuti
Marble's mind may have given way.
Believing Americans Buffer from
overeating, Mr. Do C'ur.ha of New.
Jersey would limit by statute tfca
amount or food a person may swal
low at a meal 1
I ordered up a sirloin rare.
With mushrooms on the side
It was the finest form of fara
That ever I ha.1 tried
When, lo, a mar. in braFS and blue
Said, "You must cut that steak in
And just one-half of it must do
Or Into Jail you'll sliJe."
When on a rultry summer night
The youth and maiden fair
Would eat all the ice cream in sight
Upon the bill of fare
The watcher say. with Iron will.
"Not one mora spnonful of vanill',
because, accurd'ns lo the bill,
You've had your legal share."
f' O diners at the annual feed
t Gotham's Old Guard troop.
What tortme's of stomachic need
You'd suffer in a trroup
If as you gulped the oysters raw
The toaFtman rose, held up a paw
Anil grmntd. "It's ppecif.ed by law
We iinisu with the souy!"
It peems a blow at pleasure, this.
Within the ban-4Utt ball.
And yet one economic bliss
We see In dinners small.
The beef , trust's downfall will be
If we offset the r-rice cf food
By making of ourselves a brood
Who do not eat at all.
John O'Keefe In New TorU
cer is here
Trenaman Sells Business. Frank
Gottsche has purchased the harness
shop on Third avenue and Eighteenth
Sparks Fly from Short Circuit- A
:ess,cu. "owever, m i
! waa not enjoyed by those who were In
i close proximity. The fireworks start
I ed when an electric wire came In
. contact with a pipe of The sprinkler
system. The connection resulted in a
short circuit and the spitting and
sputtering at a wireless telegraph
station had nothing on the display In
i ho trimming room. Effort to shut off
; the power proved futile till after the
t ! power station had been communicated
; with. A fire alarm was turned in,
I but it was not necessary to throw
' any water.
I Brass Works Goes ta Wall. Alleg-
ins: that financial failure is due to a
f;:;i;ng off In the automobile trade, the
East Moline Brass works. Fred Fear-
; heiley, manager, has filed a petition
' in bankruptcy w ith the United States
district court in Peoria. Referee in,
; Bankruptcy Adair Pleasants of Rock
I Island has been appointed by the
court to hold a meeting of creditors of
the concern within 10 days. Though
' tlie brass works was opened up only
about a year ago, the petition filed in
Peoria states the liabilities are $2,300
and nssets are only $1,100. The plant
( 1 c. 1 o i si T.ni rc t nvpnllp hfttwen
Fifth and Sixth streets, East Moline,
and th-- principal output has been
brass parts for automobiles. The
plant was not auxiliary to any partic
ular automobile factory. During its
operation between four and six work
men were employed. The manager
claims that the failure is due sololy
to a "let up" in the automobile in
dustry. Some factories had placed
large orders with the brass works and
!acr ithfr cancelled them or cut
'hem down. The result was that the
works became overstocked with goods
of which it could not dispose. The
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A cigar of fine Tobacco mellowed mild by
age. A Permit to taste its smooth richness,
A Permit to see it burn evenly. A Permit
to smell its distinctive fragrance. A Permit
to smoke day by day what has cost years of
experience to produce. A Permit to know
this cigar costs less and gives more than
you imagined possible.
5 cents everywhere
GET A PERMIT TO SMOKE
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plant has already been closed. A list
of creditors has not been given out.
Obituary Record. John H. Peters,
40 years a resident of Moline, died
in the Soldiers' home at Quincy, III.,
influenza being the cause of death.
Deceased was born in Germany 85
years ago and came to America over 40
years ago, settling almost Immediate
ly after his arrival in Moline Mr.
Peters was a veteran of the cMl war,
having served throughout the entire
war. being a member of Co. G, First
regiment, Iowa volunteers. Left to
survive are two step-sons, George W.
Hanks and Edward Young, both of
Moline, Mrs. Benke of East Moline,
a half sister and a nephew, John
Bchlater of Exira, Iowa. Burial tool;
place in Riverside cemetery.
Mrs. W. H. Holmes and Miss Leota
Hause went lo lltW Inland Saturday.
They will alo visit in Reynolds before
Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Zciitmire and
daughter, with their guests, Mrs. Han
nah Artz anil MHs Kiddoo of Osuge
City, Kan., and Mixa Ruth Willits of
Tacoma, Wash., b-ft Saturday for a
few days' visit with friends in Taylor
Ridge. Wednesday Mr. and Mrs. Zent-
mlre gave a house party for their'
Airs, rjowaru nouuer ami io iuiukii-i wesj j
ters arrived Saturday from O.-ag. KoI.ertha Blanchett to Oscar W
Canada, to visit at the home of Mr. Anderson, tract In northwest 2-17-and
Mrs. Charles IHwiler. 2V. $.14 0.
Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Cooke arrived .-e3 a. Larson to Oscar W. Ander
Saturday from Billings, Mont. They 6o,n. tract In northwest 2-1 7-2 W, $1.
were called here by the dc:th of Mr?. Oscar W. Anderson to George W.
Cooke"a father, the late John C. Dool. Diiffln, tract In northwest 2-1 7-2 W,
Rev. J. B. Pollock of New Alexan- $410.
dria. Pa., has accepted the call extend- Daniel C. Thompson to Maud Hav
ed to him by the numbers of the Unit-j eretick. lot I S, block 4. II. Schnell'a
ed Presbyterian church of Aledo, and first addition to city of Rock Island,
will come about March 1 to begin bla III., $1.
pastoral work. William E. Bailey to August Bund-
Mra. J. Adams of Galcsburg camell'iist. lot 9. block 1. W, E. Bailey's
Saturday for a short vis-it at the home j Twelfth street addition to city of
of her father, I. N. Basset t. who hasiu,"k Iland. 111.. $500.
been ill for the past 10 days, but is' M- 1' to H. J. Schmidt, lot
now somewhat Improved. 24- blofk ,0. n of Svta. $2,100.
Lucn Brooks left Monday for his! J' Schmidt to T. M. Crawford,
home in Calgary, Canada, after spend-: nt 2- b,ock 10- village of Sllvl.,
ing nearly two months with his par-l111, j'00
ents in this city. j
Mr. and Mrs. P. O. Drury of New j
Bofton went Monday to Rock Island i
to visit friends. j
Miss Iena Downey was called home
from Chicago to attend the funeral ;
services of her father, John Downey, !
whose death occurred on Saturday at
his home in Miller&burg. The funeral
services were held on Monday at 2 p.
m., conducted by Rev. J. T. Wyllle of
Fred Marquis,, of Onawa, lovra, Rob
ert Marquis, of Berwyn, lib, and A. L.
Marquis of Medford. Ore., were all
called here Sunday to attend the fu
neral of their brother,
Misses Delia Morgan and Lizzie En-'
perly went to Rock Ieland Tuesday,
to vu-it at the home of Mr. and Mrs .
Charles Thornhill. ,
Rev. T. S. I'ittenger went to Rock
Island Tuesday to attend the Hedding
college rally services held in that
Mrs. Edward Soutter and daughters
of Osage, Canada, left Tuesday for ;
Davenport to visit before their return'
home. They were the giieit3 of Mr.
and Mrs. Charles Detwi'er.
Mrs. T. J
Davis and daughter. Miss'
Jean Tichenor. and Mrs. E. V. Davis j0thfer pito employed la the Lis
left Tuesday for Indianapolis, Ind , Ojifcrian system.
visit before going on to Bloomington. j pour'a few drops of Hyomei in the
Ind., which will be their home In the;lnhaier and breathe it. As it passes
future. ''over the catarrh infected membrane
The funeral of the late Wiliiam Jt kjng tne germs and beals the raw,
Cain were hold In the Hamlet church j inflamed surface.
Thursday at 11 a. ra., Rev. Mr. Cooper Hyomei is guaranteed to cure ca
conducUng the services. The inter- tarrfa. coughs, colds, croup and sore
ment was made in the Hamlet cerae- throat, or moner back. Comnlete out-
tery, where his wife was laid away
'several years ago.
! Funeral services for the 6-rriontbs-J
old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edward
Hayes were held at their home oa
Thursday at 2 p. m. conducted by Rev.
A. E. Moody. The child has bean suf
fering from pneumonia, and spinal
trouble for several days and passed
away Monday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. Greer. Mr. and Mrs.
Evan Greer and family and Mr. and
Mrs. Ernest Greer and child, left Wed
nesday for Rock Island to attend the
wedding of their son and brother, Al
len Greer to Misa Myrtle Graham
which took' place at 4 p. ra. on Wednes
day. Mrs. Robert J. McDonald nnd Mrs.
E. L. Emerson spent Wednesday with
Mrs. George Gillespie In Rock Island.
COURT HOUSE RECORD
Real Estate Transfers.
Banner Coal & Coal Oil company to
Pry re Sievens Coal company, part west
half of Bouthwest quarter, 27, 17, lw,
It. I. M. B. L. association to Edward
B Kreis, part lot S, block 43, Lower
addition, Itock Island. $1,000.
Charles II. Pope to Edward Single
ton, lot 8, block 181, East MoJIne, $800.
Emil De Pape to Emll Braet, south
half lot 50, Lower addition. Rock In
Olaf Swanson to Daniel Byrkey,
part lot 4, section 9-17-1W. Glen
! wood addition, (northwest north
ivnuir-j 1C UOII11BOII III .MHIUU tJIIU-
tree, yillage of Reynolds, $8,000.
Francis Dart et al. to Geora C.
Wenger, lots 8, 9 and 10, Male's ad
dition to city of Rock Iland. HI.,
Charles C. North to Emma A. Gul
COSTS BUT A TRIFLE
TO CUBE CATARRH
How many readers of The Argus
know that in inland Australia where
the mightiest "r eucalyptus trees
grow in abundance, that there is no
consumption, catarrh or diseases of
l1"" resir"' inxn..
j The refreshing balsam thrown out
! a l : a a
by these trees fills the air and Is
breathed into the lungs by -the ln
' habitants and all germ life Is de-
' If you have catarrh you cannot go
to inland Australia except at great I
expense, but you can breathe right!
: in your own home the same pleasant,
j soothing, beal!ng, germ killing air
you would breathe if you were living
in the eucalyptus district of Aue-j
j Just breathe Hyomei; it Is made j
rrom Aim riitan ruraiTDiui a n n an
. cmhtned with thvmni ni
fit including inhaler $1. Extra bot
tles cf Hyomei cost but SO cents.
Sold by the Harper house pharmacy
and druggists everywhere.
ly, lot 11. Wock t. M. Y. Cady'i firs
addition to city of Milne. III.. $600
Andrew Edlund to Floreac A. Mc
Manut. lot 7. block 8. Huat's fin
addition. RIdfevlew, MoUne. 111.. $1
Helnrich Haase to George Wanei
northeast fractional quarter touth
west fractional quarter iectlon 17-17
Carl D. Francli to Alica H. Crorap
ton. undivided half southeast frao
tlonal quarter section 18-li-H
town of Hampton, north half lot ti
land in Sioux City, Iowa. $400.
Inflammatory Rheumatism Cursd
Morton L. HU1 of Lebanon. IncJ
says: "My wife had Inflanjmator
rheumatism In every muscle and joint
her suffering was terrible and r bod!
and .face were swollen almost beyon
recognition; had been In bed for at
weeks and had eight physicians, bu
received no benefit until she tried Di
Detchon's Relief for Rheumatism. I
gave Immediate relief and she wbj
able to walk about In three dsys.
am sure It saved her life." Bold b'.
Otto Grotjan, 1501 Second avenu
Rock Island; Oust Echlegsl. 220 Wes
Second street, Davenport.
Medicine gives the food am
nourishment the body require:
strengthens each organ to di
its work that's how it drive:
out impurities and builds ui
How yon make it no
matter how you Ilka it
no matter wbat it costi,
you can't beat
ICE CREAM. BREAD.
ROLLS AND CAKES,
PIES AND PASTRY
DEUVERTES EVERT DAT
Both I "bones.
1710-1718 co4 Aveane.