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THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS, SATURDAY. MARCH 18, mil.
IS SHIFTED HERE
Two State A cents Come to Get
Statements of Hobert and
Declare That Ctiarce Are to
Sifted to the Bottom and
Nothing Coyer! Cp.
Charles P. Virdrn and Thomas
O'Connor, agen's for the visitation cf
state institutions, arrived in the city
last night for an investigation of the
Oene? training school allegations
which v ere sf nt out from this city
l.-.si Saturday in the form of an affi-
.1 . . : . i t .i i i
!a it which was made by Minnie Ho
bert, who recently returned to this
city aftr having been an inmate of
the institution. In her affidavit,
which was printed in The Argus last
Saturday, the girl said that she had
been whipped with a garden hose,
hrd been ducked in cold water, had
been placed in a straight chair and
hful l'Cfii :1:.' !-fd in a strong room,
the latter Infei-ted by vermin.
Sihc the charees were mad an
inquiry asked for by V. H. Wells, at
torney f r she girl'?; family, has been
the subject nf consideration by the
Ft a re authorises.
Tiif superintendent, matrons and
innia cs at the Ceneva school have
been interviewed, and have denied
the allocations of the Hobert girl.
Now the inquiry has been transferred
here in order to get a full statement !
from the Hol.ert gir! and from Em-
ina l'etcr?on. w no also spent a year
at the p)on1 and has corroborated '
in par" the story related by M'nnie .
T TIIHOI (ill T SI IIOOI..
Messrs. Virden and O'Connor will
go to Cenea as soon as they have
omple'efj i-rir work here. If nec
essary thev vili carry the investiga
tion further by obtaining the testi
mony tf other Rirls who were at the
school during he term rf Minnie Ho-
bert there. Thev state nothing
tvhich can be done to shed a light on
the matter will be neglected. They
say the entire inquiry will be public
rn that nothing will lie covered up.
The Hobert girl was summoned
tliis morninc before the state officers
pt the New Harper. She reaffirmed
her former story, swore that every
word of it was true aud even told
The Right Idea
IS CANADA LANDS
Young Han-Step end Consider
You can get a splendid start to
the road of independer.ee in
side of six years.
You eau buy 1 60 acres of
the choicest unimproved farm
land in the Saskatcheu an a!
ley at S 1 C to $1S per acre.
Take for Example
Ifi'J acres at $ I " rer aTe v
cost you only f 2,4 0 0.
As the first fah installment
will secure you a choice quar
ter section, the balance can be
paid for in sis equal annual
installments, all bear.ne: inter
est per cent per aor.uui, pay
You Could Keep
l'p your earning capacity here
while you pre making your six
deferred payments and d urine;
that time the land w 11 double
and treble in value which
would make your quarter sec
tion worth from $."..0 00 to
Think of This Won
Are you ready to take advan
tage of it?
If so. come
write I). II.
aiid see me. or
;tuhr for detailed
T. H. CAMPBELL
Hooiti 27. Masonic temple.
Plume Stt. 2.
Pa vciiKrt, loa.
Open evenings from 7 to 9.
KERLER RUG COMPANY
Cnet and Hug Cleaners and
At your home or at our fac
tory. We will figure on your
work for all kinds of cleaning.
Rugs made from your old
wornout carpets. We sew and
make over, in fart. w do ev
erything pertaining to carpets,
rugs, mattresses and feathers.
1710 Fourth Avenue.
Old phone fi9'2 new phone 51S4
a few incidents which were not in-j
I eluded in her affidavit. Miss Hobert j
) was questioned by the agents to j
bring the testimony out. When ask- ;
ed concerning the punishment sne j
had received, she said that if she j
! had given her word for better be-1
, havior she would have not been pun- j
! ished so severely. When asked why ,
she did not give this promise, she!
stated that he did not want the j
other girls to think that
afraid and so refused to
the would be good.
OP1XIOl RKKR VKO
Neither of the investigators would
give an opinion as to the veracity
of the girls statement. "We are in
this to. get at the facts, no matter
wnat tney may oe. we are not m
it to d;sprove Minnie's statements or
to covr anything tip, if things are
not as they should be," Mr. Virden
A letter which was written by Min
nie to her mother, while the former
was in a private home at Aurora, a
letter signed by .T. E. Hobert. and
which, from its contents and ch!rog-
was written by
some othT person, and a letter from
Mr. Hobert to her daughter, were
submitted to the agents by Mr.
This afternoon Emma Peterson, a
Rock Island girl who was in the
training school the same time as
Minnie, and Mrs. Elizabeth McBride.
a sis'er of the Peterson girl were
summoned and gave their testimony.
Mr Hobert the father of Minnie, was
oiin T. iioi.zt.
a t ui,t c f nev t f:
Holzt. 50." Thirty-eigh'h
si reei. oieu
this morning at 12:30 after an illness
of 21 days of typhoid fever. He
taken ill the day on which his mothc
was buried. He was born at Madrid.
lowa. aov. j. ana naa resioea in
t his city for the last three years. He
was employed in the window trimming
, department at the L.. S. McCabe & Co.
dry goods store. He was a member of
Zion Lutheran church. He leaves his
father, a sister Victoria and two broth
ers, Rudolph and Ruben. The funeral
will be held tomorrow afternoon at 1:3"
in the home, and services will be con
duetfd by Rev. N. .1. Forsberg. pas'or
(jf the zion rhrch. and Rev. S. G.
HagKlund. pastor of the First Swedish
Lutheran church. Burial will be in
John Misinbecb.3001 Fif.h avenue,
died yesterday afternoon at 4::!0 in .
the Moline city hospital after an iil-,
ness of a week of ti.hoid Dneumonia.
He was born in Peru, III., May 29,!
17, and came to this city but a few !
He leaves his widow and :
his i a rents
no rc-siae ai rem. inetical)v froln ,he h(jnp(.t leaving her
boiiv will be taken to Peru tomorrow
itnfbi. op adrew KHKRERn.
The funeral of Andrew Shererr wM .
be held tomorrow-afternoon at 2 o'clock gr lod with the woman to prevent!'" following the Three-Eye fight can
in the home. ",43 Twenty-first street, ;,ier from doir narm to herself, as understand. Kinsella and Tearney are,
and services will be conducted by Rev. : Rne gave Gf intending to do. J':st I10W making a big bluff of having!
W. . Oglevee. assistant pastor of Medical attention for the wounded business with the national commis
Hroadw ay Presbyterian church. Burial pirI wai( immediately summoned and sion. According to today's Chicago!
will be in Chippiannock cemetery. it w.as f0.1(j that while she was se- dispatches thev induced President Pan
verelv cut and beaten her injuries Johnson of the American league to re-
ii eri, ok iitnoi.n iihown. : ' t SPrioi!S unless unexpected main in Chicago today, instead of go-j
Jhe funeral of Harold Brown, who
died at St.
ntnony s nospnai, was
held this morning at 10 o'clock In the
Knox undertaking chapel. -Services
were conducted by Dr. H. W. Rco;'.
pastor of the First Baptist church.
Burial was in Chippiannock cemetery.
KlM-:iiAI. OK M t.I ST IUXE.
The funeral of Auuust Hansen 'aS'was adjudged insane l.v a jurv in the
held this afternoon at 2 o'clock in the roJn,v C(irt yesterdav' and ordered
Knox undertaking chapel. Services cfmim'med to',t,e Wat'ertown hospital,
were conducted by Rev. .1. I,. Vance,
pastor of the I'nited Presbyterian
church. Burial was in Chippiannock
MOLINE TOWNSHIP TICKET
Kcpuhlicans Hold a Convention anil
Make Nomination. j
Moline republicans held their
township convention last night, and
nominated the following ticket. j
Tnun fieri.- II M Dlitefnct !
Supervisor C. E. Hogberg. ' j
AKsistnnt So nervisors I. A. Min-;
teer. H. F. Stowe. K. H. Sleight. Swan
G. Swanson, Charles
Justice of the Peace llham kins. 1309 Seventh avenue, wrote to me ast night by August Herrmann, chair
Whiteside. , capital in regard to the matter In re- man ff ,he nHtiOI,ai commission. Mr.
South Moline township republicans ,,iy De was officially informed that h-i iierrmariIi s statement was issued in
last nieht named this ticket: ' ciaims passed upon were in connection answpr to a report that the national
Town Collector James Fox. with work done at the navy yard. au'J ; bi-seball commission had promised to
ons'aote rtene s-pey nroer r.
Highway Commissioner John
Month Charity Work.
During February 21 families were
assisted by the Associated Charities
Fourteen persons were cared for at
the Association house during the
month. Of these two were stranded
aged women, two were young girls
and 10 were children. Boarding and
lodgins were given to 13 people. This !
work ' involved the serving of 39 !
meals Five women and one man were
given assistance in return for work
done for the association. There were
11 children in the day nursery, the
service rendered being equivalent to
'keeping 111 children one day, or one
child 111 days.
Local Firm Awarded Contract.
The contract for the installation of
the steam heating plant as well aa
the plumbing and gas fitting for the; death of A. I Rowland, a farmer. The I
new Rock Island Savings bank has two tad been drinking. While they!
been awarded to Allen. Myers & Co. ' Were standing on a street corner Row-'
The system to be installed is to be j janj fenf hitting his head against the !
cf the most modern and up-to-date i I
type and the various plumbing fix-1 Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver
tures are to be of the most saintary J Tablets invariably bring relief to wo-!
pattern and attractive designs. .men suffering from chronic constipa-!
tion, headache, biliousness, dizziness,'
Licensed to Wed. aaliowness of the skin and dyspepsia. '
Rex B. Hitchcock Chicago ; goM by al, drnggists.
.,iss Anna t.. aragoon. kock i?iana
Alfred LIndstrom Molir.e
i Miss Signa Al'strand
. Moline j
DCTllircril CTCAirDPi,,fc,e(l that Nagle pushPd Rowland.;
DClWLtri O I CAIlltnO ! However, witnesses seated that they I
i saw Rowland reel and fall and that j
Attempt to I.ep From One Boat to Xa,e had not ,aid handp on him A
! coroner's jury exonerated Nasle. ;
Another and Is ('audit Wlien
St. Louis, March IS. William
Kirschner, an old riverman, whose
j headquarters were in St. Louis, met a
'tragic and spectacular death at Alton.
m.. ast nieht. at S o'clock when he
was causht between the steamers!
Belle of Calhoun and Bald Eagle and!
crushed to death. Kirschner was the i
s,n1 -.I.. r,n,n
which left here at 4 o'clock in the aft-
ernoon, bound for Hamburg. When
tee Kene or Cainoun arrived at Alton
it found the G. W. Hill and Bald
Eagle already docked, and it started
to ge in between them. Kirschner.
for some unknown reason, ran to the
side of the boat and attempted to
jump to the Bald Eagle, but missed j
his footing and fell between the two!
just as they were coming together. A !
crowd of horrified passengers on the
Bald Eaele saw the fall and saw his
body caught and held for an instant
u p,ween tnf lw ooats. as tnej -s wung ;
Part again the body dropped between j
them. Captain King of the Belie saw
,ne accident from a distance, and ran'
; to the boat s rail just in time to see
, Kirschner's body sink. He says that f
when h saw Kirschner he was sus-
tained by his overcoat, which caught
on a projection from the sfTTe of the
Belle, but the body did not remain
'there long enough to allow Captain
!King to prevent him from sinking.
i ne noay was not recovereu.
ner was 55 years old and has been in
the steamboat business for many
rears, lst year he was with the Eagle
ihe.. . ;,;t.,,
Parke comnanv in a nosition similar
. ' f th(? Bee of Calhoun.
BY INSANE MOTHER
Miss Rachel Miller Saved by Inter
ference of Relatives Woman
Going suddenly violently insane,
.virs. uene .Miner. empiojeu as a
housekeeper at the home of the Do -
lan brothers, who reside a mile and
a half east of the Bluffs road in Drury
townsnipf attacUed her daughter. Missi
Kachei Miller, with an iron wedge and ;
inin,(l injuries -i.irh fm- a time it !
. -oi tu:
out of danger now.
Ptriking the girl on tne head and face
s..ral fims vtrs Miner rushed fran-'
u. ; ,, ., ,.rn,n.i,n
: Via UfeU LCI ill All uiuuu.viwuo . v.. . .
:Tne screams of the two women and
ithe noise of the struggle brought
. . ,..,: ni v,r re !
, ,hp and thev:
develonments set in. She recovered ;
consciousness soon alter tne aruvai;
of the nhvsician. Mrs. Miller came ;
t, the Dolans about a year a.o from
Venice 111. and sbe and her daugh-,
ter have been keeping house for them
that lime, she being a sister of .
brothers. Lately she had
noeerlv- Mrs. M Her :
WILL NOT PAY ROCK
IOI Atin Ol AIMC MflU' rVrtnnately, the national commis- lpn premiums will be paid by th
lb LAN U lLAIIilO liUlY sion is not in the habit of doing bush owntrs ,,f the sires. Any colt is eligi
; ness in that manner. As a,j,. to entry whose sire is owned or
Congios Failed to Act l oon Over
time Put in By Arsenal I'.m
ploye i!." 'i cal-s Ago.
Moved bv published dispatches from
Washington, which said that claims for
overtime bv employes at Rock Island
5 years ago had been ;
favorably acied upon by congress near .
i the close of the sess'on. Daniel Wil
tHat the Rock Island arsenal claims
could not be collected till tbere was
further legislation by congress on ;he
Trains Made Regular.
i The schedule of the Kock Island
Southern has been arranged to include
j Saturday and Sunday night passenger "
: trains leaving Rock Island at 11:30,
'running through to Monmouth via
A,''ao- 1 ,""u 11,11,1 ,,XJ" "c,t.(io witli U.
Prated as specials; that is. they were ;
P - whenever there was advance; Drunks Sent to Ja.l
business to warrant. j
Nagle Gets 30 Days. t night when found in a drunken con-
E A Nagle of Rock Island is serv-! dition on the streets were sent to
ing a 30-dav jail sentence at Des jail this morning for 20 days by Po
Moines. Naele is a switchman. He j lice Magistrate C. J. Smith.
had been employed here by the D., R. I.
& N. W. He went to Des Moines in
search of employment. Nagle was ar
rested there in connection with th
All the news all the time The
icurbing and fracturing his skull. H
died of the injury. At first it was sus-
,i v, I
whereupon he was given a iail sen
tence on a charge of intoxication.
THEIR TOWN TICKET
K. J. Kastnian Expresses Iti-j.jw.ir.t-ment
in Isin Out on
j At the republican city-township
! convention held last night at Rock
I Island Turner hall, the
; rominations were made:
j For Assistant Supervisors Wil-
j liam J. Gahagen, S. R. Wright, John
G. Swanson. Charles Oswald. H. C.
Harris. A. J. Riess.
For Town Clerk Shirley Folsom.
For Constable Frank Negus.
E. J. Eastman was an aspirant for
the nomination as constable, and he
j expressed his disappointment when
been defeated 77 to 31 on the firot
A. G. Anderson was chairman of
the meeting and It. C. Clarke sccre-
AID SOCIETY HAS ANNUAL
, Broadway Ladies Hear Report of
Officers for Year on Work
The annual meeting of the Ladies'
jAid society of Broadway Presbyterian
church was held yesterday afternoon
'at tne h0me of Mrs. William M. Reck.
S17 Twentv-third street. Reports of !
' .u ..., ........ J
tha. nffleero were receiveii reiiino- of
!the work accomplished during the 1 to grant a new trial. The verdict
Iti-jct x-oar nffirertt ncro rnr.a.i on'wAs unexpected, in view of the fact
I refreshments were served. The offi-
President Mrs. C. E. Sharpe.
Vice president Mrs. A. H. McCand-
Secretary Mrs. R. C. Smedley.
Treasurer Mrs. F. T? . Hurrinsrtnn.
FLIRT WITH COMMISSION.
(Continued from Page One.)
,,. f, fho ,l9,;n9t er,rr,mi.
. . ,j - " -j
Sjoners and Tearney come to some
km.i.im: -km i p.
. I),ck Kinsella is still lmS
Chicago and filliiig up the sporting
w riters assigned to baseball there
stories or nai ne is k'hii io uu
to Waterloo, ravonte terms employ-
ed in Quoting him are, "propose to
an rxa.upie u. a. e. iu, ui
t'c action will he taken," and ' our
hands are clean in this matter.'
i. Wh- a intelligent, well informed
baseball writer should fall for his
stuff is more than most anyone who
l"g to Washington, where he has ur
l'fen. tuicinpca in rnnnprttnn with the
- - "" - -
"' u"". i''
Proved by fire yesteray.
"mmont a v.n jii -i . in..u pot., imx-
matter neiore ineh iwo mem..e.s ol
:"e na.iondi i-umm on. in ie.i.i.i,
1 ne s.ory one nn n.e .ni.i.w
that the national commission will be
expected to hear one side of the ties-
tion and decide the mi.tte,- at once so
Dick can get home in time for church
NOT (OMMI'MOVS STil.K.
matter of fact the national commis-
sion has r.o jurisdiction in the lure"-
Kye fight, which is purely an internal
affair and wholly within the authority .
of the national board. An Associated
Press dispatch sent out from Cincin-
nati yesterday says: i
"The national baseball commission
has no iurisdi t ion and cannot rciid'r,
h Throe-Kye league in its
COntroversy with the Waterloo, Iowa,
club, according to a statement issued
assist the Three-Eye leasue clubs in a
fight against the Waterloo, lowa, club
by permitting six clubs to play exhibi
tion games until the dispute Is set
tied. 'We know nothing of the mat
ter. continued Mr. Herrmann. '3nch
a report is absolutely untrue. We hav"
nn lurlsdiction in the affair as yet.
and l do not believe we will have
jt js p,lreiy Bn internal r.ffair. and the
national commission has nothing to
both of whom were arrestea last
327 Twentieth Street .
Tuesday & Wednesday
March 21 and 22
BOX CAR THIEVES
TO GO TO PRES
i B. F. Kluger and James Slocum
Are Found Guilty of i
JURY IS OUT ALL NIGHT
Burglary Charge 1- Ignored Value
of'stolen Hides Is Placed,
"We, the Jury, find B. F. Klnger
and .lames Slocum guilty of lar
ceny," was the verdict brought in
this morning by the jury in the cir
cuit court which heard the evidence
in the cases of the state against the
two men accused of having broken
into a box car on a siding in the
west end of the city and stealing a
quantity of hides from it. The case
' went to the jury yesterday afternoon
at aner me iuirne.v iu "iu
sides had made long arguments. The
jury apparently found difficulty in
arriving at a conclusion, for it was
not until 9:30 this morning that it
.brought in its decision that it had;
reacnea oniy nan an nour ..e.u.e. ;
i Bv Placing the value of the stolen
! hides at $4n0, the jury made grand.
j larceny out of the charge, which car- j
ries with it a penitentiary term of
from one to 14 years.
to ask ton Kv TniAL.
Attorney Jonn K. cou. appeirmt,
for the defendants, intimated im-i
mediately after the verdict had been
1 to. nM nk the court
read that he would ask the court
that the state placed little emphasis;
upon its charges of larceny in the;
indictment and most of the proof
bore on tne Di.rgiary cpar. ':
the jury i nose to ignore, uiasmuiu .
as the penalty is the same as if both
had been convicted on both
. . i, . , ,., i. : ina,.
charges the state has nothing to lo.so
; , - . .u .;f
Dy tne iorni ul einni.
j Neither Klnger nor Slocum showed
- ; nnv ..articular concern while wait-
, .u. . k , oh
; jng ior ii. t; h'iu:h i ...... ,
I neither appeared surprised at it;
when it was announced. As both j
had been convicted twice before of!
i . ..rr. Mc-...- it w - a tin new '
pen. i ei. 1 1 a i mno, .. -
sensation for them.
a term !n tne joiiet penneiuic... iin
stirred up the whole state once by
making a sensational escape. He was!
recaptured, however, after several;
weeks of hiding from the officers.
Ho later served a term in the lowa
penitentiary at Fort Madison. Slo-'
cum has been at the Anamosa peni
tentiary in Iowa twice for short
NEXT AT REYNOLDS
late and Announce
Premiums to Ik
The following has been Issued by
the officers of the Uo-k I. land County
int,T it ut'. following a meeting unu wi
It was decided to hold the next insti
tute aT Reynolds during the second
week in rH'ccniber.
A motfoti w:s carried to accept P. C.
.Ketzle of Peiryon as a member of th(
ex ecu t i ve c.niiu it' ee.
The following in a list of the prop-
jtrtv fo ,)e eI1UM.,.(1 fo.. nremiums.
j A - tne bs, draft -olts foaled in
1S(1(j in pl(,ek island county. Only one
, nl ho ..warded for any one
t, n;.r offKn.ii.ir. First premium Si 5.
M.(.mul n,ird $5.
" Ki.gt &n(1 s,.roI:,i ,)r. miunis will be
Rivt.n M1 Uie i.Kr ln ,.ars of ydlow
corn and the same will be iven for
th(i brsl ,ft (ars of whU; ,.,
.,. , j r.,,;, -n iti v,.
, ... , 1
color, raised hy boys pged 12 to Hi
vars: boys to selec t their own se d.
First, and second premiums will be
given for best loaf of bread baked by
anv woman: for best loaf of break
baked by any girl from 12 to 16 years;
for best fruit cake by any woman: for
best fruit cake baked by any girl from
12 to 1C years: for best three kinds of
home-made candies by girls from 12 to
. 1C years: Tor best half bushel of Irish
potatoes: for best half bushel of white
oats, and for best haif htib-hel of winter
' w heat.
I The proreium? will be decided on
! later and will be worth striving for.
Competition will be accepted from
i Mercer eoui.Ty.
j All property in produce winning nr
jmiurns shall be come the property 0f
tte institute. J. H. PARKS,
Frar. Hahring-r. President.
Edward Bauert-feld. nominated at
the democratic caucus Thursday
eveniner for the office of town lrk,
has declined, and his name will not
go on the ballet.
The fire rirartiiient was rai'cd to
Tenth avenge aiol Twenty third street
at 11 its this morning to extinguish a
By Paying 'Jour Taxes ow.
There ar bra a few more days
left before costs begin.
JOHN" T. XOfTSKER,
1712 Third aveuue.
Easter Suit Now
(Pay us a reasonable price, say $25.00)
Illinois Theatre Corner.
IN DIVORCE ACTION
Charged That He Committed Big-1
am) W hen He Married Jessie I
Cleone Zen nor. '
Merritt L. Jacobs, who is held un -
, jer bonds to the grand jury on
' charges of bigamy and adultery, to -
: ,,f., : o w.ir,n
the circuit court
i Jr orr ; ,n 11 1,1
: -Mrs- ' orinne H.
icobs of this
city. In her suit, which was fihvl bv,"u,,n season noa weeu ...
her attorney. .1. F. Murphv. slie "rookln. N Y. Mis Rho.l- U
claims she was married to Jacobs Known on the ptage as Cecelia Rn-.d i.
July I, 190S. and that they lived to-i stl'' ,,,,r" ,"" I!and. Ptul
gether until Feb. 10. 1M1. The ,li,s hen sinking in musical cotnedv
r.laintiff alleires drunkenness and tin-'1"' years. Slie first c.ime info prom
faithfulness. Jacobs recently was
married to Jessie Cleone Zenner of
! Moline. -lacob. at his preliminary
! nearin ciaimeii inai ne nan
i been marr ed before, although ad-
mitting that he lived two years in
Chicago with the young woman who
is now suing him for divorce.
LODGES OF SHERRARD
fraternal S i ietics I'nite in Acqniri'K
New Quarter for Meeting
Sberrard, March IS. A deal which
has been under consideration for some:
time has finally been closed within the.
past few days, when the fraternal or- j
ders of Sberrard purchased the brick
building formerly known as the Wil
merton building, and will remodel it
to suit their needs. The different so
cieties, seven In number, will share
pro rata in the expense. It has been
i'.uured out that there, is a meeting of
ere or the other of the s.cerei orders
:'iS times during the year. Th" new
'ugani.at ion will consequently consist
cf 2t"s shares of the value of ?;.2." ach.
An organization that meets once a
week, or .r" times a year, will conse
(iiently be required to pay for T.J
fearer, while those who meet only'
monthly or sr mi monthly will take :i
proportionate number of shares. Tie
business will be conducted under the
le-ad of the Sberrard 1'iiited Fraternal
societies, and each order will be rep
resented by one trustee, ho w ill liaei
toting power according to the number
of shares held by the oider of which
he irt the trustee. The lodges will use
the entire building upstairs and down
stairs. 1 hi- ups'aiis room will be used
lor the lodiie room .toper, wlii'e tie
lower floor in the rear will be the par?-
i.hernalia rooms and the f.o. t e;ut
the downstairs room will be used f
suppers, etc.. for the orders. Work of
i modeling i.i already under wav an I
it will not be Ions; before Iho lodge:
will be housed in their own building.
The lodges represented here an-: Tie
Odd Feliows. the Knights of i' thins,
the Rr (1 Men, the Miners' union, the
Woodmen, the Fraternal It serve, th -Royal
Neighbors. This same hall w a
used as a lodge hall until in years ago.
when a move was made to the hall over
the opera house.
Fatally Shot While Hunting.
Ann Arbor, Mbh.. March IS. '
Howard llartinan of Top-do, a med
ical student at the uniwifjty, was
probably fatally wounded by the ac
cidental discharge of u gun while
i Togo to Tour United State.
Victoria. 15. C March 1 Admiral
Togo has decided to make a tour of the
l'nird Sta'es on hi3 wav back front
the coror ation of Kir.K fjeorge, accord
ing to advicea brought by tl.t- H;tdo
i .Maru. '
Arrest Two for Killing.
Burlington. Iowa. March Iv Will
Peters and Bertha .fonca, teii-p'-cred
latally bea'lng Charles Iialdin in fh"
iK-lano hotel hete Tuesday, wi re ar
res'ed In Milwaukee pt rday.
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ROCK ISLAND GIRL
GRAND OPERA STAR
Ccccl'a Hhodii i:ngcel by the
Hern-)' W. Ha vatic i:nglili
j A New York dispatch received to-
, day announces the engagement of
1 Miss Ceceii i Rhode, daughter of
! George Rln.de of I)aer.i.oi t. to sln r
",e lirinia donna roles in the Henry
avaKp Ktigiish (trand Opera compau.-
Inence while understudying rt'i!a IM
ward.'s in "Winsome Winnie." She
has had lending roles with Edna Ma
and Anna Held also. For three v,.ir,
she sang in l'cht opera in San m
cico. Later slie studied two yrar; !:i
,IN .' ' , h
' i' -. ... .. - A
in the tri-citics can be
found at Bennett's Sport
in? Goods Store. A full
line to select from, also
Spalding, Wright and Dit
son, Victor and other
Tho largest ard mot
complete line of gloves,
mitts and athletic gool3
in the west.
1619 2d Ave.
LOOK FOR THE
Dancing School f:
Conducted by Prof.
O. F. Slater
IIAKf'KR HOI IMIAHM ACY.