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THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS. TUESDAY, MARCH 7, 1911.
UP TO NEW BODY
ncoming City Commission Will
Have to Deal With Inde
Lieut. Col. C S. Riche
:iRE STATION PASSED TOO
lowever. Council Inn-eases Revenues
by Raising Brewers Id cense
to $200 a Year.
At the meeting of the Rock Island
rity council last evening the first artl
les in the will of that body in favor of
ts heirs the new commission were
ipecified. In other words matters be
ore the council for transaction were
eferred to the new commission for ac
ion during the coming year. The chief
natter laid over was the ordinance of
he Tri-City Independent Home Tele
ihone company, which was presented
tt the last meeting of the council by
he backers of the enterprise. At that
ime the measure was referred to the
iidir.ance committee, and Alderman
Jcorge K Schmid. chairman of th
;ommittee, last night asked that it he
f forred to the new commission. Th?
notion was carried, and thiB will mean
.hat at leas: two months must elapse
efore any official action will be taken
n regards to the new telephone com
pany. IKTITIO" FOR FIRF. STATION.
Another question which has been be
'ore the present body for months was
aid over in the face of the fact that if
nrompt action were taken a large num
ber of citizens would be benefitted.
This was the matter in reference to the
proposd fire station in the Seventh
ward bluff section The mayor pre
sented a petition from 100 taxpayers j
ii that vicinity last evening. The peti-!
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DANGER IN WATER
People Urged to Continue Boil
ing: City Supply Used for
MANY CASES OF TYPHOID
Promotions in the United states en
gineer corps incident to the addition
of So officers by the provisions of tne
Germs Are Said Still to Irtirk in ln
fl ashed Mains Filters Doing
Typhoid germ lurk in the city
The water should be boiled before
It Is drunk.
There are today 25 known cases of
typhoid fever In the city.
The new Alter plant is doing its
work, but all of the old water is not
yet out of the mains.
No analysis has yet been made of
the filtered water.
and declared dependent, one was plac
ed in Bethany home and guardians
mere appointed for the other four. Em
ployment was secured for three w
men and two girls. Applications were
received from nine people for aid.
The report of D. C. Kelly, superin
tendent of waterworks, showed a total
of 102.S88.0O0 gallons of water had been
pumped during the month, a daily aver
age of 3.674.522. The pump was run
for 647 hours. The reservoir pumped
9.456.000 gallons, or a daily average of
337.714. The pump was operated 197.
PEOPLE WILL VOTE
ON PHONE FRANCHISE
Independent Company Says It Is Glad
to Pat Its Proposition Be
fore the Public.
"As soon as the commissioners in
Rock Island and Moline are seated.'
L. W. Stanton, promoter for the Tri
City Independent Home Telephone
company, said today, "our company
will apply for franchises in the tri-cit-
Mittimus Is Issued by Coroner
James F. Rose Who Con
ducts Him to Bastile.
WOMAN IS JAILED ALSO
Preliminaries Unnecessary Recause
of Action of Jury Which Inves
tigated Death of 3Iatgasic.
Coroner J. F. Rose issued a mittimus
this morning upon which Jovan Palli
mats. alleged murderer of Povas Mat
gasic, was taken from the city police
station to the county jail to await th
action of the next grand jury. It was
found that a preliminary hearing on a
charge of murder was not necessary,
inasmuch as the Jury impaneled by the
coroner at the time the remains of Mat- j
gasic were found had drawn a verdict
rivers and harbors bill, just adopted i
formerly stationed at Rock Island. who!offlce' bu,1 hat the total is greatly in
' ATAsa aF hot- vt ii tv har in tVi a ritr lJr
Mueller is of the opinion that the prev
alence of the disease at this time is
; , PTT '6Prve ordinary precautions
having been added to his district. th-jdrn th wat?r that Jg
saquarters or wnicn ,s at ueiroi:. through the cIt mainB. ile new
Colonel Riche was transferred from flJter lant g workl sat,8factorily.
Rock Island to Detroit Numbers of;aB t there ha8 been no analysls
Colonel Riches friends last night jom-, made of the trated water and tne
city authorities are not in position to
WAR5IXG BY COUJfCIl..
Public warniner was sounded bv tne
city council at its meeting last night Hes. We are going to submit our pro
- .v. .... wA iit..!..;i I nnsition directlv tn the neonle and
-Stt.UDl ,uC u.c lu y . C4'1' LI ' thn, vote on ft If ihV r Kat recommending that Pallimats be held
er water until after it first has been nae them vote on it. If they are at- hav.n thr
boiled. Health Commissioner A. X. isfied with it, all well and good. The , on( che nf,nT,T l !-tit
Mueller reported to the council that action or tne kock island council last ...-v .
w An r r ix vi I r l o oftArn Ann tn r n a phot r
nlgnt in laying over our proposition """" .
to the new commission is a welcome'01 coroner ana wecuve james
I within a short time 25 cases of ty
phoid fever have been reported to his
has been advanced to the rant of !
lieutenant colonel. His promotion also i
carries added territorial responsibili- i
his advancement in rank.
:mn r:s referred to the lire ana ngni ucation in the public schools. Mr.
committee and the aldermen or tne i Downer has been for a number of
Davenport before the Contemporary
club recently. In it the writer ur
ges the importance of vocational ed-not capable of riding the water of all
state whether It is entirely free
dangerous impurities or not.
MAINS XOT PUSHED.
It is not that the new filters are
one to us. As soon as possible after j Brinn- H n not be permitted to
election, we will apply for a franchise i glve Dail- 1
and you may state that the franchise; --i.:t.
will be put before the people of the! The woman. Anjelija Galijas. who was
tri-cities at the same time, so that j arrested with Pallimats at Oglesby, 111 .
there may be conceited action. The i and who had been with him since his
cost of putting the matter to a vote j leaving Rock Island, has also been held
of the people will be small when you i T tne grand jury, the charge against
consider the amount of money which S her being ndultery. Her bonds were
we will put into a plant here if we i fixed at $500 by Police Magistrate C.
secure our franchise. M Smi'h. and as she could not supply
"We will have in miles of under- j them, she went to jail,
ground conduit to lay in this city and I
Moline. beside several miles to be laid: (1PFIPPRQ PI PPTPI1 RY
in n.vennnrt RvArvthino- will ho nn-1 " W C IlO LLLUILU Dl
derground with the exception of the
wires across the bridges from Daven-
Lid W ub lL
.lakes Homo Baking Easy
And malces the ccke lighter, finer IlnvorctI,
more siflhtlyf and insures lis
freedom from alum.
Royal Cook BookSOO RtcelptsFret. Send Name and Address.
ROVA' AAKINf PTWPER CO., NEW VORK.
ward. Ald"rman Charles Borst offered
a resolution recommending that a sufB
rlent sum be et askle for a fire sta
tion and its equipment during The next
municipal year. ino resolution
Because of lack of funds for the pay
ment of overdue current and antic
ipated bills, and because the five bank
ing institutions in Rock Island have
expressed a willingness to loan to the
city the sum of $o.Wc'. the city clerk
was authorized to borrow from each of
the banks $1,000. The ordinance au
thorizing the loan was presented by
Alderman Vanway, chairman of the
hhki:k' i k i:sk iciii-:aeu.
Tho ordinance of 1110. known as th-
brow ms" ordinance, was altered some
what on motion of Alderman S. A. La
Vanway. Heretofore any concern,
brc wing or distilling within the cl"y.
ur any wholesait liquor firm, has been
u tiiined to pay a license fee of $25
H'-r artinim. 1 ne amouni was laiseu
in the affirmative.
The mayor, whi. with the wa'erworks
committee and the superintendent of
wa'erworks. was instructed to confer
with Professor John Magnuson of Au
fctistana. with a view of securing his
sen ices a chemist for the analysis of j
the c.ty water, reported. A confer-j
once was hold Satuiday with Professor'
Macnusot:. and the apparatus at the j
college was inspected. It was found
that the woik could be done at the col
lege, iind that the city would thus be
raved the outlay which would bo neces
rary for t he equipment of a labratory
ht the Mter plant. It w.s recommend
ed in the mayor's report that Professor
Magmtson be employed for a period of
ne month at $75. and that if the ar
rangement proved satisfactory he be
retained i-i rmanetitly. The report of
the n:aor was concurred in by
years in charge of one of the public
schools in Davenport. and his know
ledge of his subject is something
more than theoretical.
Mr. and Mrs. M. S. Heagy leave to
night for California.
Henry Kramer leaves tonight for a
month's vacation trip to Florida.
Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Barber have gone
to Florida for an extended visit.
Mrs. Walter E. Hart has returned to
her home in iew Roekford, X. D., j
after visiting relatives here.
Dr. J. R. Ilollowbush. who has been
confined to his home for two weeks
by illut-ss, is again able to be about.
port to this side."
bacteria. Dr. Mueller explained, but;
the danger lies in the fact that all of ! ..n,TLj -T tuft i innAOV
the mains have not yet been flushed. MONTH A I I HE LIdKAKY
Eventually, of course, the purified wat-
er going through the mains will drive Total of 8.064 Books Circulated Iur-
out the lurkine serins, but n the rr"r,u,rJ
meantime the water supply is not con-
Henry liarbeck, laoiiNrt, Named
I'resi'lent of the Organization.
sidered safe. People are urged in all
cases to boll the water before it is
used for drinking purposes.
.Tohn Bertelsen & Son
rt.nnrt nt Irttnir nhif nf Pnlirj fnr i H. W. Wilson
the Month Matron looks
The Rock Island public library board i At the annual election of the Tri-
held its monthly meeting last evening, city Musical society held yes'erday
The following bills were reported onlthe following officers were elected:
favorably by the finance committee I President Henry Harbeck, Daven
and were ordered paid: jport.
A. C. McCIurg & Co $144.01
People s Power company 4.2 1 I Davenport.
Sand & Gravel
Scretary Clarence J
5S.5G ! Rock Island.
3.SH 1 Treasurer Otto Eckhardt, Daven
.75 j Sergeant at-arms Arnold Otto, Dav-
A Revelation to Coffee Drinkers
300 CUPS TO THE POUND
ONE TEASPOONFUL HAKES TWO CUPS.
Published by the Growers of India Tea
After Much Work.
During the month of February there
were but 69 cases before the police
Dr. J. W. Stewart and daughter, J magistrate, according to the report
Miss Rosabell, leave tonight for a vis
it or several weeks with relatives at
Mrs. C. C. Marshall and daughter
nigh' - Jin $25 to the sum of $200 iJane of Morticello. Iowa, are visiting
annu!.. all of the aldermen votin?!at the home of -Mrs- Marshall's par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. S. B. Stoddard
Herbert Willeston, leading soprano
and female impersonator of the Al G.
I-I eld Minstrel company, was the guest
of 3dr. and Mrs. Arthur A. Burt,
South Heights, over Sunday.
LANDEE A GALLANT;
FLOORS TRAIN FLIRT
Moline Senator Tells CoUe-agiies
How He Protectee! Young
The fpringfield correspondent of
the Peoria Star sends the following
to his paper:
Senator F. A. Landee hails from
the i Kock Island. He is a Scandinavian
! and he surprised his brother sena
Holt. who ac'od as inspector j tors by telling thern what a fighter
It was not in
a spirit of
was discussing the bill prohibiting
the drinking of intoxicating liquors
on a passenger train or an interur
ban. "This bill ought to pass," de
clared Senator Landee.. "I had a
fight on a trail one night Just be
cause of liquor."
"You had a fight?" exclaimed sev
eral senators at once.
"Yes I did." retorted the senator.
"Tell us about it,"
nf const ruction, submitted his report of j he was.
the work a' the new filter plant, and j boasting.
in it recommended that a number of
incompleted minor details bo finished.
Alderman Fr;ck moved that the repor:
bo not accepted because it did not cov
er fully all details, and that the council
adjourn till this afternoon for the pur
lose of inspoiting the plant. The mo
tion was carried, and so this afternoon
the count il is visiting the new filter
plant to find what more must be done
for the f omidot ion of the nant.
wvr Hii.-tt monkv. i "I"cT,nB Ut 0t Chicago one
. . . ... night and there was a nice-looking
Another matter which the council hac ; young ,ady 8,ul ,n a geat near m
for consideration this aicemoon is the0ne of these drunks came al and
payment of $20.0-0 by the Tri-City , iookin(t at her Baidi .0h you don.t
Railway company for the use of the ; need to think vou are BO mucn. ,
Kock river bridges. o that the Clinton ;uave 8t.en j)rettier women than you.'
Uridge company, which has a contract j The woman was not noticing him
for the building of the new bridge. 'and had not said a word. This was
may Bo ahead w ith the work there. The ;too much for me. I let him have it
grading of Twenty-fifth street will alsojand knocked him down. As soon as
be considered at the adjourned meet-j he got up I hit him again and
ii g this afternoon. i knocked hhn down once more. When
A number of the residents living east j he got up we had it again, but the
of Tniriy-eitchth street presented a pe-j conductor took him into the smoker,
tition last evening asking that a public (where he rode the rest of the way."
meeting he held in regard to the laying j The bill was voted out unanimous
of the east half of the sewer system j I?" after the senator had related his
of the Seventh ward. The petition wae : experience, but buffet cars were ex
rcferred to the board of local improve- j erupted so that the Chicago delega
ments. jtion can have theirs at will going to
An ordinace providing for the vacat-land from the state capital.
ir.g of the alley in the G. Elmer Blakes
submitted by Mayor G. W. McCaskrin.
acting chief of police. Of this number
39 were cases of disorderly conduct,
nine were of drunkenness and six were
of assault and battery. The rest were
as follows: Adultery. 3; assault with
a deadly weapon, 1; larceny, 5; wife
abandonment, 1; larceny as bailee, 2:
vagrancy, 1; confidence game, 1; rob
bery, 1. There were 33 wagon calls
and 35 ambulance calls. Lights report
ed out 29 for a total of 261 hours.
Miss Dina Ramser, police matron
submitted the following report for Feb
ruary: Calls made in Interest of the
work, 120; callers received for aid and
employment, and to report, 58; number
letters written, 19; number prisoners,
three women, two girls, one boy; girls
cared for, three; one taken to county
infirmary and two placed in Associa
tion house till places were found for
them. One aged woman was cared for
at the Association house. A destitute
woman and her three children were car
ed for at the Aasociation house. Five
children were taken into county court
Lerch & Greve
Rock Island Hardware company
4.9., I Members
4 45 I Eckhardt,
. . . . . . . ; , , v 1 r .
It'll C UVKltli ''lH'iT,,.. I
i Ml II
Hii"i Stoetcrau. Hetirv 1
J Lamp 1.00 DW'niag ana nanes ivoepKO, uaxcii-
Rork Island Arena s!so :Port ; Ren Wener and Henry Wehling,
of Labor Henry Haibeck. ,
Alternate Henry Somitn-c. '
Delegate to Illinois State Federation
of Labor Clarence ). Schro-il'-r. Al
teriiate--Gei-rgo Srtroch:e, Loo Is
Total $514 73!
The report of the librarian. Miss
Helen Gale, was received. It showed
the circulation of books during the
month of February to have been as fol
Magazines and general works.... 2CI
Industrial arts 50
Fine arts 37
Rock Island, and Charles Mangold of
Auditing committee Paul Kotck-
ert and Otto Nobis, Davenport; and'
C. R. .lahns, Moline.
Examining committee Albert Pet
ersen. Ernest Otto and Hugo Toll,
Delegate Industrial Home associa
tion of Davenport Henry Shrader,
Henry Harbeck and E.. A. Hattnian.
Delegates to Industrial Home asso
ciation of Rock Island Henry Weh
ling, Edward Bleuer and Clarence -I.
Delegates to Industrial Home asso
ciation of Moline C. R. Jahns,
Charles Mangold and Alfred Freed.
Delegates to Tri-City Federation of
Labor Henry Harbeck. Clarence .1.
cians of the ore!'--air is a:id I .t o I
t lie tri-cities. The vote ye.-te
was sent in either
through the mail.
IV y M Msical : .1 ;! y :n '
greater :i u in ' -r of mu.-i
!.! V '
Teaclu'is of Av.ustara Con
servatory Appear in Pub
DELIGHT LARGE AUDIENCE
iu:.iii . :ti mii.. j
Benjamin Crai M' uiiImik u e-i s
o'clock this inofiiiijj at ti" home ol
his parents, Mr. ami .Mrs. L. C. Kf.uul ,
ii'g, ;is Tenth street, Moline, af' 1 an
illness of five we.-l.s 01 typhoid feer.
The boy was horn in li.ek Island A
ril 21, 1S". Ho was a member of the
junior class at llie M'i'irc bigl: school.,
Beside his parents, ho is S'iri..il bv
two brothers, Virgil and .lames lihii'd
ing. The funeral an 31141 meiit at e
2.033 j Schroeder. Henry Sonntag. Otto LVk-
Total 4,24 7
Grand total 8,064
Received from fines, $26.75.
hardt, Paul Koeckert and Henry Weh
ling. Delegates to A. F. of M. to be held
at Atlanta, Oa., week of May S Clar
Alternates 10 A. F. of
Jahns and Paul Koeckert
Schroeder and Albert Pctcr-
I I NKIIVI. OK HAUl.KS ll
The funeral of Chailes Hedling wa.
hold yoBteiduy afternoon at J o'clock
in the home of his parents, Mr. an i
Mrs. Peter lleiiliug, 11?2 Ninth aw
1 I'.ue. Itev. S. (,. Haj-'iilunil. pasior 0'.
H the First Swedish Lutheran ibiii'n.
'conducted the n rvices. Burial va-. in
lisi ( Vn ii. I'lcf '.vir il , ;i n,
I4III C, .ll!. I 11 I.111 n. Ml'
.1 olin-i'ii Mini Mix. I,oii.,
I'loii- ,1 l.ii'LP ,Tid .1.1 aop. eii.!-n (
111I;. ir e, wliivli l ompl.'li ly fillod I e
eollet-'f bape; laM i i:-.l;t. tb Au-'ie -t.ina
cn .1 i v ator Ii i;lty (.vtve its 101
naal pu'iiie r- 'lal, v bii ii was one of
tl.o most ;.u . s t' 1 1 111 ea -i. All th
leo'iitx-ih ,i" 'be liiiliv a rod o
r 'it .il: :'iii Ibijr V'll, t i.ronbo it
'as Iiiiiiy ai 1 ..-.I i
'I be proiiraiu o to l wnb two
01 ta'i :'!(! tin , ;,y tis., l.illie " r in.
' n ' a.-ia." Iiv G-i .liv M
"1-reli Belial' ii ; ' I...
Delegates to Iow a State Federation ', ( bippianuot k t ini'Kry.
ley addition on Twelfth street was !
Alderman Friok presented a resolu-1
210 Calls by Nurse.
Miss Margaret Giles, visiting nurse:
reported last night at the March meet
ing of the Ytsitinz Nurse association
tion asking that, inasmuch as the poles . ocjd 8t ,be hfme of Mr8 H D. Mack.
of the Central Union Telephone com jS41 Nineteenth street, that she had
pany are being removed, the clerk be j made a totaI of 210 calls during the
authorized to ask for bids for orca-; mon,ij cf Februarv.
nuntal posts to be used for the sup-j '.
port of the alarm boxes. The report! Sparks Cause Fire.
was adopted. ' Sparks from a chimney yesterday
afternoon caused a 6tnall flre at the
The Bey and His Job." B. Goldman home. 721 Tirteenth
The foregoing is the title of a street. The fire department was sum
paper read ty Harry E. Downer of jtnoned. The damage was nominal, j
v " '
n m;ii t. ity in .
Tin- funeral of Ira t". !'
yesterday afternoon at. 2
the home, 1 :: FourW mit h street. Ser
vices, which were In charge of I. ()
V. lod'e No. IS. were comiuch d !
Rev. Marion Humphreys, pastor of tie
Central Presbyterian church. UnriV,
was in Chippiantiook c-eiiietery.
Kl Klttl. Ol" llt. WHIM, Nl 11.
The funeral oT Mrs. Marina Win'
latch waa held this afternoon at Z
o'clock in the home 'if h'-r daughter.
Mrs. N. (;. Toncich. 712 Second av.j
nue. Rev. K. T. .McFailaini, fiastor of
Memorial Christian ch'irch. ' Oieiiu: 'd
the s-rvice8 arul burial was ia Chip
Funeral S'rviccs for Edward Go
jel. Sr., will bo condiu ted toinouow
I morning at 10 o'clock !u the hour, of
bis daughter. Mis. E Schm-' hl. I'll
Fourth avenue. Interment will bo in
Iiiii.'n.ii Her Intel ;u l.il 1, a ol 1 n-
!.ii:- r v.is iec ial'y ;,'" il, a i hh" ,0'
''! Il "1 Ibl' j-1 i ' it. 01 llnj MOV Hi. I
h-ay 'movi mei:l ,f this ji ' r .
1'iof. I ' f 4 I" .I'bliS'ill i- I i t'
i(,-iis, ii,,- al llo- pifti o it,'! o, 1 , t
Mb' t 1 1 . 'I ixiiiKi. Iiis v. o '-. ;d tiei
l'i: K. j piaii" whs of Ur.:H ord r . . ; d
k whs I. i 'iI J'l t',e nr., i;. Hi- ,iotib ', a )ii. r" .
o'lI'l;k ill '' los ...! ill his I' ti i 1 1 ion ,' "Ma,' ;
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1 Ti ioii.j ;..i!i , 1,. 1.1 1, inn 11.,
lit; III a f : ere I ; i.ie i
J lively ami k : 1 i ! i 1 1 '1 11; a 1 1 'a 1 i
1 the i-raii slovvd i',;ii
' 1 nil lete iiia : r i f 1 'ml in
'ii I'liliu cs !i:tiii;.
In t' l; leadinv' ot " S iMv Ami's 1.
; i 11 ;i ," !,y l.iia (a! 'it Mall. M',,s
1 a ( '. ' 1 r i- f 1 l : , ;:' hi r ; . i i :j .
.!ll' f'nll 'l li i- ,r. l l ill'i nn 1 ,
i"ii'. Tiii, ii'iiiii i r w;- lolio.w 1 1
vioiia i.'jiii by Mis. 1 ;,-rt 1 ml-- I'
f-'i ". ck ma 11. -'oiiaia in I '. Mini ' ; , .
Mis. I 1 i ."i.i a ila w ij wiiii Uii. 11
feeling a;i'! (; 1 ht. r;: for f 1 !n; .
j.i.Kitiou v. .is f.l ' ni'l: a 1. '.I 1 ' 1 1
-IV" li i' a'i;,i!n oj-piit . r . 1 i, hi v
!ir et-'-lr ni tn'-li ii j .-. 'IK v, 1 1 ;.. 01
.' 1 1 Lilto ,';.bn .11,11 -.1 ti," .;.i" in :,
:. im'yi r ;h -j .1 j ;i 1 1 y 1 i,m u nil 1
I tail road Held Blamc-lc for Mis. 1
No blame was attach"d to the ll'x k
Island road for the death of M:s. .1 -sephine
Ostorrnan. killed K.iljidjy aft
trnoon at the Fourth street cro-s-in'4
in Moline. The Greek wh witrifcs j
the accident faid that the woman v.a
walking south across the tracks hnl
that when the engine ttr'trk h?r :.
was hurled hL;a in the air, landing oa
the south side of the track. Th eai-
neer testified that the train wa trv-
li Ik d-"
has h , ;,,!:
). 1 voi'.i; n
a ni t .
II ti 01 "At
Wall ). d
:' i! v !n-t!."r .i!rs. I . :
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: i: i I. , i.i.'hi. ihoi,,
d' r '.''i'i I mil 1 )!, i !i: .
. . 1 !'.:.; -. 111 ): r groi. , , ,
.in", ii.. Miner. Iler r-i.i.
the !' v.-.' of '.' I. a 1 I
.t'li.ian v. ar . . ,
j 1 m 1 icui.iii''i utak 111 iiuiu wi a i i a v-
15 miles an hour, '
The bucket which Mrs. O: t.-rman ; r?- i?ti tpi.ytrzrz
was caro'ing w-a found on tl.o
Th" deni'H 1 at 1 f .
l.ill'l towtlni'liii ale I' ll
Fiiday, Maren 1, at K in at i!: :
t-.n l..ill for the p'ii p ;ce ;f ii'iii, :,A'
Inrr I o -a 1 '-. n offcerh and trawi'v.!;. J,
s as 11. ay pioj,';l.
C. K. h'lLMO...
C'yicn.i! 1. cinati.
Mi' I. other b'i in'
(on:i, 1 '-iori. ;( . ;
the engine at Bureau Junction. Iti 1 mi r i:
wa partly fliled with coal. The f jr.er-H I IlO 1111011011
al as at 2:30 tLis afternoon from ; A 1IV V-ltlII. M
the home of her son, 120 Third 1 J iiti t of 11 f f n It
Utreet. Burial waa In Rlvcreld- c-.ite-rJllCh bhall It liCZ t