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THE ROCK ISUAXD AHGUS. WEDNESDAY, APRIU 26- 1911-
-Uofrased to Wt Louis J. Knopp,
Cecelia E. Russell; Joseph A. Roed
erer and Carrie Werthmann, all of
No Inquest Over Body of Suicide.
After viewing the body of Elizabeth
M. BicknelL Coroner Rudolf stated
that no Inquest would be held aa
then was evidence of the fact that
her death' came as the result of a
eelfattack with a knife. The re
mains were interred at Riverside
cemetery in Mollne today.
Clara Relmers Ak Divorce. Appli
cation for divorce was filed by Clara
Rimers in the district court today
asklns; a divorce from her husband,
Hans Reimers, the grounds urged be
ing desertion. The plaintiff states
that she and the defendant were
married in Davenport, Aug. 13, 1908,
and that her husband deserted her
Nov. 10, 1908.
Indicted Prisoners Arrariflned. The
prisoners Indicted by the April grand
Jury were arraigned before Judge
Letts yesterday afternoon and most
of them entered pi eas, either of guil
ty or not guilty. The following were
brought into court; Rudolph Bran
denburg, murder In first degree,
plead not guilty. Thomas Murke,
larceny from a bolldlng. Plead guil
ty and waa sentenced to six months
in the county jail and to pay a fine
of $&5. Fred Haas, larceny. Plead
guilty and sentenced to one month in
the connty jail and to pay a fine of
S25. J. H.'Metvin breaking and en
JCvsa Blount, son of "Bp Dartd
Blouat - ("SeMcfor Basebrash"), has bees
rejected tor Patriot Annerm. Dick Gen
try offers him a, soattloo with the Trens
oantteentel railway, which te flgbtlns his
fstber. MeVtakar, bead of the railroad,
and "Boas" Mwwut quarrel.
The bo demands -chat the. railroad stow
the use of crooked .methods. Goto' west
to meet his father, Evan meets a maa
who takes hln, for a forestry employ.
Kvan le kidnaped "by a band of men, evi
dently land corporation agent, aad la
taken at night to a mansion seemingly
presided over by a woman.
The house 1 Is Wsrtrace Hen, Senator
Blount's home, aad the woman la Even's
stepmother, whom he had never met.
"The senator purpoeea running Kvan for
attorney general despite the young man's
recent arrival In the state. Evan ob
jects. He hears his father called a po
McTlckar defies Senator Blount to nom
inate Etui. Patricia and her geologist
father arrive at the Sagebrush capital. I
At McVlckars request Drtn joins the !
railroad's forces as division counsel and
political workar. He favors clean poli
tics, but finds that his office Is made a
rallying point by email political hangers
on of the road.
Evan has a disagreement with Gantry
about the road's mixing In politics. Hie
father pulls wires unknown to htm to
have him Invited to apeak In a dlstsnt
mining tows. Hathaway, who has been
trying to do business with the road and
with Senator Blount, Is to have a talk
with Mrs. Blount.
Hathaway wants a rebate from the road
Sri consideration of political favors. He is
referred to Evan and is advised by Mrs.
Blount to put Professor Ancers name on
his list of stockholders.
Evan's Interview wlfh Hathaway re
Veals the road's misdoings. In a rage he
resigns. Gantry holds up the resignation.
AN OLD-TIME PRESCRIPTION
Is a modern product. From time imme
tnorial sacs and sulphur have been used
for the hair and scalp. Almost every
one knows of the value of such a com
bicatloa for darkening the hair and mak
ing It grow, la olden times the only way ,
to get a hmr tonic or this sort was te
brew it in the home fire-pi see, a method
which was troublesoeae s-nd not always
Satisfactory. Nowadays almost every up
to-&afc druggist can nppfy bis patrons
with a ready to use prod act, skillfully
CDsapoaadett in perfectly equipped labora
tories. Seen a preparation is Wjeth's
Bags end Sulpfcuc. whirs, ts sold by all
leadmg draggiats tor GOc. end $1.00 a
bottle, or which Is seat direct by the
Wyeti Chemical Coopany, 74 Cortlsndt
Bu New York dry, upon receipt of price.
For asie aad recommended by the
Harper House Pharmacy.
tering a store. Plead guilty and re
ceived sentence of six months in
county Jail. Willard Hlggs, assault
with intent. Plead not guilty. George
Estes. larceny. Not guilty. Ed
ward Flood, Fred Clark and Tim Sul
livan, breaking and entering plead
not guilty. Sherman Porter larceny.
Not guilty. George Brohn larceny in
a building and breaking and enter
ing. Plead guilty and sentenced to
six months in JaiL Harry Arp break
ing and entering and larceny. Plead
guilty. Sentenced to seven months
at hard labor in county Jail and to
pay a fine of $60.
Odd Fellows Observe, The 82nd an
niversary of the founding of Odd Fel
lowlsm is being celebrated by the east
em Iowa district today. Sixty towns
are represented. This afternoon there
was a parade. Speaking followed at
the Grand opera house. After the af
ternoon meeting the Odd Fellows went
to dinner, and the evening sessions will
open at Prosperity hall and at the Coli
seum. At Prosperity hall the first de
gree of Odd Fellowship will be confer
red on a large class of candidates.
Prosperity degree staff will be in
charge, and Myrtle degree staff of Mo
llne will confer the rank of the He
bekah lodge at the Coliseum. At Pros
perity hall, where the business meeting
will be held, new officers will be elect
ed, the next place of meeting will be
chosen, and the delegates will consider
the advisability of sub-dividing the
eastern Iowa district into smaller dis
tricts. S. W. Phillips Dies. Sylvester "W.
Phillips of Le Claire, who was picked
up by the police in Davenport", last
week and who said that he was on his
Copyrights 1910. by Street Zt Smith
Evan ins1ststhat1t go-throagh to Ic
Vlckar. Patriots v refuses -Evaa again. Bhe ad
vises him to stick -to the rosd and work
for clean politics. He withdraws his res
ignation and la sent into. the field on a
si sis si list 1 01 IP
- exposure of the. railroad ts threatened
by Evan to Gantry unless, rebating; and
ether umsywnal practices are stopped.
Evan- suspects Ills aotsetsiy. CoUtns. of
tampering wlfh his desk.
The desk is blown up bye, burglar, evi
dently alter Evan's- pa pei 9. Gantry tells
McVlckar that Evan la . getting to be too
xnech for tdm to handle.
Gantry has hard work to keep Bran
from pabllcrjcndglaa the railroad to the
soppresalon of rebates. Bunday before
election Evan takes -Patricia for an auto
On Monday 3rynon. ward boss, brings to
EVan what he calls proof of crooked deal
ings -era the part' of tbe-cnacMne, headed
by the senator. Editor Blenkineop Is to
print -evidence -of 'the' machine's crosked
nees. Evan's duty to expose his father seems
clear to him. At Patricia's Insistence,
however, he tells his father what he Is
about to -do and is told to go ahead.
The auto, with Patricia and Evan. Is
held up by Barto. acting 'tinder orders of
McVlckar. The two are '.rescued by the
senator, who tells Evan -all the crooked
ness was the work of McVlckar.
Clean politics wins. Evan Is to be left
free to attend to the strictly legal busi
ness cf the road, .which is to keep out of
politics Hs wins'Pstrlcla's fcund.
CONTRARY to all expectation,
the election proved to be one
of the quietest ever known in
the Sagebrush State. A few
editors there were, like Blenkinsop of
the Daily Capital, who later oa main
tained that It was merely another tri
umph for the machine, but there was
no gainsaying the result The reform
ticket, with or without the help of the
machine, was elected by sweeping ma
jorities everywhere, and Gantry, sit
ting in his oQce and reading the wire
returns as they cam v gasped for
breath and swore !;. . a:. ingly over
each fresh batch of messages.
At Wartraoe Hall the Hon. David
turned to his son.
-Weil, Evan, are the tangles all
strRlKhtened out for you now? he
"Just about all of them. laughed
Blount. He ba3 spent a very happy
evening. chle3y because Patricia bad
been occupying the other half of the
pmall divan he had dragged out to
face the Are. "But I'm Mill unalter
ably opposed to the machine in pol
ities." he added.
The senator laughed silently.
"Call it 'organization' instead of ma
chine, son. and you've got the power
that moves the civilized world today.
You've heard me called the 'boss' from
the time Gantry had his Crst talk, with
you back yonder In Massachusetts.
Cell me a man with friends enough to
matro.mea sort of-leader: in .thee old
way back to bis home In Oklahoma,
died Monday at the home of his daugh
ter, Mrs. Henry Dealer of Le Claire.
Mr. Phillips was picked up on the
streets of Davenport and spent the
night at the police- station. He said
that he was trying to get back to his
home in Oklahoma and the police as
sisted him on his way. It appears,
however, that the old gentleman was
slightly unsound in his mind, for the
next day his daughter, learning of his
appearance m Davenport, came after
him. Besides his widow, he is surviv
ed by four children.
Obituary Record Ernst H. Keding
died at the home of his parents, Mr.
and Mrs. C F. Keding. on the Jer
sey Ridge road, Rural, route No. 4,
yesterday after an illness of two
years' duration. The young man,
who was 20 years, 6 months and 6
days of age, was born in Davenport.
Besides his parents three brothers
and two sisters mourn his demise,
they being Carl. George and Fred
Keding and Louise and Margaret
Keding. The funeral will be held
from the late residence Thursday af
ternoon at 3 o'clock with Interment
at Fairmount cemetery.
Peter Niclaus Leese died at his
home, 402 Clark 6treet, Monday at
midnight at the age of 67 years, 1
month and 18 days. Mr. Leese was
born in Wesselburen, Germany,
March 7, 1844, and lived in Daven
port since May 6, 1891. He is sur
vived by his widow, Mrs. Anna-Margaret
Leese, seven children, one
brother, and 12 grandchildren. The
funeral will be held from the late
residence Thursday afternoon at 3
o'clock with interment at Fairmount
home' state and youve got "it about
right. I don't say that I've always
used the power Justly. The Lord
knows I'm no more infallible than oth
er people. Bnt, as I said to you yes
terday, son, . no : matter . what you've
heard or who said it, I've never-used
the power to fatten my ' own pocket
book. I've -bought and trafficked and
bargained I don't deny It but only
when-.lt seemed as though the end'justi
fied the. means."
"But the end never -Justifies,, evil
means,- dad," ' was the son's steadfast
rejoinder. Then he looked up quickly
from his ''place beside ?atricia. "Is
that the secret of all the Invitations
The- bnmoroos crow's feet were wrin
knxtg at tie cernenrof David Blounfs
"I reeonfKuson be admitted. Tom
have been f 11 the hands of your friends
end they're my friends right from
the start. Mighty 'near everything you
have done 'has been scheduled for you."
It was Jurt here that the professor
excased -himself and stumped off to
bed. Mrs. Honoris signaled to her
husband and vanished in her -turn. A
few mlautes after she had gone the
senator rose and threw a fresh stick
on the fire. The he came o stand
before the two on the little divan.
"Son," he se.13 gravely, "you've got
your work, cat out for you, and it's a
good sized Job. When the 'legislature
meets y onve got 'to go In single band
ed and alone and get a -handful of rea
sonable laws passed for your railroad.
You're golsg-to have a bard light, and
tbereirbe tlroeswhen you'll long with
all your sou for some good, clean
hearted little woman to go to for con
fort and counsel. Of course I know
that Patricia here has got another Job,
The senator had been out of sight
snd bearing for five full minutes when
the young'man reached overhand took
the hand that -was lying nearest him.
Housevork is hard
GOLD DUST cuts house
work in half. v It docs all the
hard part of the work with
out your assistance.
GOLD f DUST cleans
everything cleanablc in the
home clothes, dishes, pots,
pans, floors, doors, ' Wood
work) refrigerators, . bath
rooms, sinks, pipes, etc. It
will do better work it will
do more kinds of work than
soap, or any other cleaner.
' If you are trying to run
your home without GOLD
DUST, you are not doing
your work in the shortest,
easiest and most economical
COLD DUST is
sold in GO sire
and la rge pack
area. The Urge
pick age offers
"Ul (As COLD DUST TWINS de yvwr wkm
To sPunith Auto Scorchers. Police
of the city have been Instructed to
enforce the law which limits speed of
automobiles while they are within the
cKy limits. Special activity at this
time Is a result of the following order,
issued today: "To the Chief of Po
lice Your attention is called to sec
tion 10 of the law regulating the speed
of motor vehicles upon the streets of
any incorporated city. It provides
that no one shall drive an automobile
at a speed greater than is reasonable,
or to endanger the life or limb or In
jure the property of any person. It
furtner provides that the speed shall
not exceed 10 miles an hour while
passing through the business portion
or 15 miles an ' hour while passing
through the residence portion of any
incorporated city. From complaint
that oomes to me, and from my per
sonal knowledge, this law is constant
ly -violated in the city of Moline. The
drivers of some - automobiles, in total
disregard of the rights of others In
the use of the streets, operate their
cars at a high rate of speed. I feel
that this has become a menace, a
source of constant danger to pedes
trians using the streets. You are
therefore directed to enforce this law
and to instruct the police officers to
take the numbers of the automobiles
and enter complaint against any one
violating the law. The penalty is a
fine of $200. E. L. Eastman. Commis
sioner of Public Health and Safety."
Upsala Choir Not to Come. Mem
bers of the Swedish Olive male chorus
"Yesterday "afternoon, Patricia, when
I httd right and reason and logic on my
side,. your woman's intuition found the
truer path. I know I am only one
and your poor
people are many,
but I am still
She looked up
quickly, and the
. were shining.
"We can't learn
everything all at
once, Bvan," she
. said, breaking in
upon his plead-
wx irusTixv-E-OB'ing. "There was
Dtx son each OTH-'one moment yes-KR-
terday when I
learned-the. greatest 'thing of all. It
was the moment , when -I saw the tree
lying "across the road. I knew-then
that I that I"
"I know," he said gently; "you knew
that we must live or die for each oth
er. : You have heard what my father
has said. I can't walk in the way be
!ias marked" out for me without you,
With a swift little love impulse she
lifted his hand and pressed it to her
"Yon needn't, Evan, dear," she said
Judge E. C. Graves closed this
term's work of the circuit court, leav
ing Thursday. He will return about
May 1 to complete unfinished work.
The body of Mrs. Sarah Doak was
brought back from Nebraska to this
city Thursday for burial. Lee Doak
of Douglass, Neb., and Mrs. H. Kadel
of Mindon, Iowa, accompanied the
body to Aledo.
Mrs. Kate Pickup of Rock Island
and Mrs. Sarah Roberts of Illinois
City are at the home of their father
and brother, Henry Weaverling, as he
is very ill.
Thomas McKee, who is now a United
States sailor on the ship Nebraska,
left Thursday for Boston, Mass. xHe
has been spending a few days with
his mother and other relatives in this
L. D. Elliott has returned from
Wichita Kan., where has has spent
the winter, and will visit friends here
for several weeks.
Mrs. F. Wendt went to Rock Island
Friday to spend a few days with
Mr. and Mrs. George Boyles left
Friday via Rock Island for New Rock
ford, N. D.. to spend several weeks
on their farm. .
Mrs. A. M. Byers of Lincoln, Neb,
who has been visiting her father, F.
C. Cunningham, left Friday for Balti
more, Md.; to spend several weeks.
Mrs. A. E. Miller and daughter,
Miss Ona, went to Rock Island Satur
day to spend a few days at the' home
of Mrs. Miller's son and his family.
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Peppers went to
the tri-cities Saturday to visit friends.
Miss Olive Burrows and Miss Mar
garet LIpton of Pre-emption came Fri
day for a short stay in this city. Miss
Lip ton was one of the Judges of the
high school contest on Friday evening.
J. Carlson and J. H. Williams oi
Burlington, Iowa, have rented rooms
In Aledo and have opened a new ci
Thomas Long of Cheyenne. Wyo,
who has made an extended visit with
his parents, has left for his home.
AH the news aQ the time The
announce that plans to bring the Up
sala university, Sweden, singers here
in June have fallen through, this de
spite the fact that officials of the choir
entered into contract with Impressario
Ekblad of Sweden, who came to Mo
line with the Svenska National-Trap
pen and represented himself to be an.
authorized agent of the university
singers. According to Olive chorus
members the impresario misrepresent
ed facts in Lis efforts to draw up a
contract with the local organization.
Mr. Ekblad's statement was that Up
sala singers .would tour America this
summer and that he had been author
ized to secure bookings. From what
the Olive chorus officers can learn,
however, the impresario had come to
no agreement whatever with the fa
mous singing aggregation, bu? merely
proceeded to secure bookings with the
idea in view of influencing the sing
ers at a later date. This he failed to
do, and for that reason everything Is
"off." It is understood the Upsala
singers had previously made arrange
ments to tour Russia during the 1911
Obituary Record. Lester Oustafson,
killed Sunday night when he was
struck by F. G. Allen's limousine car,
was burled this afternoon In Riverside
cemetery. The funeral service was
held from the home at 2:30, and Rev.
C. J. Youngberg officiated.
Frank Cruysinger of Walertown died
at 10 p. m. Monday of Bright's disease,
following an illness of six weeks. He
was born in Ohio in 1847, and had liv
ed In Watertown 25 years. He was a
carpenter by trade. His only relative
is a Bister in Indiana. The funeral
service was at 2 this afternoon in the
Baptist church. Rev. F. I. Stevens of
ficiated, and burial was in Hampton
Mrs. May Wainwright is enjoying
a visit from her friend Mrs. Cowles
and daughter of Ohio, who have
spent the winter in Texas and are
now returning to their home.
Mrs. Gilpin returned to her home
at Joliet Thursday. Her mother,
Mrs. Alec Dunbar accompanied her.
Mrs. Walker of Port Byron is car
ing for Miss Marian Walker who has
been seriously ill for the past four
months but Is now able to sit up.
Miss Marian Hazard of Rock Is
land Bpent Saturday evening and
Sunday with Miss Goldie Wain
wright. Mr. and Mrs. Arguebright return
ed to their home at Battle Creek,
Charter Nlchelson who has been
attending school at Dixon college is
home for a vacation.
Mrs. Lon Wainwright who under
went An nnors (Inn at TTanaoa t-
turned Home ana is much better.
Miss Allie Beal accompanied her.
Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Kessler have
moved to Rock Island.
G. A. Kinnander and D. Drake
spent Sunday with friends at Mar
Bellies. Miss Emans of Magnolia, 111., has
come to make her home with Mr.
and Airs. A. Cornell.
Mrs. A. McAlpine of Kans:is City
arrived for an extended with
her son, William and daimiiir, .Mrs.
A. B. Johnson has moved his of
fice into the new Aldene building.
Vera Larson has returned to her
home at Walnut after a visit with
her aunt. Mrs. L. A. William.
Gus Sieke returned Friday from
a three weeks' business trip to Sa
lem, S. D.
T. C. Hill has gone to Cambridge,
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" ui no "ill I) T" aguilL 1U1 1 11 G iiut u
island road. Mr. Gran of Cambridge
will act as agent at East Moline for
D. Waters and wife have returned
to Marseilles to live.
J. Powers of Chicago is here vis
iting his daughter Cora.
A large crowd attended the box so
cial given by the Christian Kndeavor
Collin Dew-rose Is spending a two
weeks' vacation at Denver, Col.
William Wright and Loujs Born
hoeft, Jr., have gone to Brainard,
Mont., where they wifl spend the sum
mer. Martin Van Gent of Muscatine called
on friends and relatives here the first
of the week.
F. J. ClendenJn spent Sunday with
relatives In Galesburg.
Sunday evening at the Plymouth
church, Rev. Mr. Andor.on preached a
sermon to the Odd Fellows entitled,
"The Triple Link." A goodly number
of Odd Fellows were present.
Mr. and Mrs. Paula of Taylor Ridge
visited Sunday at the home of their
daughter, Mrs. Rosa Frei. ,
James Weaverling of Iowa spent
Sunday at the home of his brother-in-law,
A. O. Oldham.
John Ballard has been quite sick the
past week with the grip.
Mrs. Harriet Wade returned to her
home at New Boston Friday after a
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There was born to Mr. and Mrs. Nel
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Jamps Lew fell on the sidewalk in
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up all week and under the doctor's
Miss Merl Ferguson is home from
Kansas for a few days. Her sister
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sleep, lack of confidence, poor blood, blood poison, stomach, blood, kidney, blad
der and skin diseases, sediment In water, eczema, easily tired, eto. Verloooel
Is a frequent cause of decline In men. why treat so long with others when
our treatment takes such a short time. Names In private eases kept eonSdea
UaL wxAKZsTATXOV nn Inn It to II a m.) I w 4i0 . aa. Tees fey
and etardsy evsalage, 7 to 9. so. a&aay morning-, 10 to 11 a. m.
Chicago Medical Institute
124 W. Third Street - Davenport, Iowa
S.S.S. CURED HIM.
I was afflloted with a terrible blood
disease, which was in spots at first,
bat afterwards spread all over my
body. These sooa broke out into
sores, and It Is easy to imaslnethe
sufferlas I endured. Baforo I became
oonvineed that the dootore could do
me no sood I had spent a hundred
dollars, which was really thrown
way. I then tried various patent
medloiaeSbnt they did not reaoh the
disease. When I had flnlafced my
first bottle of S. S. I was a-reaUy
Improved, and was dellgbted with
the result. The large red splotches
on my obest besan to trow paler and
smaller, and before lonir disappeared
entirely. I regained my lost welsnt,
beoame stronger and my appstlte
greatly Improved. I was soon en
tirely well, and my skin as clear aa
a pleoe of g-lass.
H. L. XKTEBS.
58 OUnton St., Newark, N. J.
Bessie underwent an operation Tues
day at St. Anthony's hospital at Rock
Mr. and Mrs. Chester Handell are
visiting this week in Dixon.
Edgar Humphrey is In Chicago tbis
Kicked by a Mad Horse.
Samuel Birch of Beetown, Wis., bad
a most narrow escape from losing hia
leg, as no doctor could beal thefright
ful sore that developed, but at last
Bucklen's Arnica Salve cured It com
pletely. It's the greatest healer of ul
cers, burns, boils, eczema, scalds, cuts,
corns, cold-sores, bruises and piles on
earth. Try It; 25 cents; at all drop
mom succeimrui, our prices cneap. ana we nave re
fused to take any case unless we thought there was
a chance to benefit or eure. Toe get not only the
benefit ef his large experience, eut he haa alvo
studied methods and treatments reoommended by
leading physicians of Europe. Bankers, business
men and grateful patients testify to his reliability.
No names ever used without consent of patients.
Special medical treatments, also scientific aleotrto
treatments used when needed. Oot ef town patients
can ree-jirn borne same day. One visit to omoo In
many eases may be all that is necessary. Consults--tlon
Leading Specialist Middle West
Heart -Disease, Rheumatism. Neursl-
nanas and reet. all run flown, gas In