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TH K ROCK I5TJ&ND FRTD'AT, 3tATT 5, 1911.
Verdict Against Railroad. A ver
dict of $9,200 la favor of George Ber
nard In bis damage suit against the
C, R. I. & P. Railway company was
returned by a district court Jury.
Bernard, who Is a railway mail clerk,
was suing the corporation for $10,
000 because of Injuries received In a
derailment of a Rock Island train at
Trenton, Mo., Dec SI, 1909. Ely &
Bush were attorneys for Bernard.
Tks railway company was represent
ed by Cook & Balluff and J. L. Par
rlsn. Would Cut Off Wife's Nose-John
Kravls, a laborer who has been caus
ing the police considerable trouble
. by his quarrels with hi wife, was ar
rested by Officer Dana after be had
threatened to cut ber noee off so that
so one would want to see her or
speak with her. He Is Insanely Jeal
ous of the woman, and on several oc
casions has threatened to kill ber ac
cording to the testimony which she
gave at the trial. Police Magistrate
Roddewig gave hfm a lecture on h!r
conduct Informing him that simpl;
bemuse his wife did not want to live
. with him was no reason why he
should sneak up to the house and
gtve her a beating, as she alleged he
did. He gave the prisoner a sentence
of 80 days ra jeJl on the charge er as
aaalt and 'battery which his wife had
preferred against him.
Two Wives Ask Divorce. Divorces
are asked by two Davenport women
In petitions filed with the clerk of the
court. Mrs. Birdie Smith alleges that
her husband Arthur P. Smith, is an
habitual drunkard, and has been
- guilty of such cruel and Inhuman
treatment as to endanger her life.
She asserts that she has had to sup
port herself and child. Alberda. aged
10. She asks the custody of the
daughter The couple were married,
the petition states. Nor. 21, 1900.
That her health has been seriously
impaired by the cruel treatment of
Herbert J- Skiff ! alleged by Alice A.
Skiff in her petition. It Is assarted
that he has threatened her lite. The
couple were married Feb. J6 190T,
at Clinton. There are two children,
Lillian, aged 3, and Herbert, aged
one year, of whom Mrs. Skiff asks
the custody. She also requests ali
mony of $5 a week and attorney's
fees of $B0.
Fixes Dump Ground. The plan
of the Davenport board of health for
burying the garbage on the city dump
at the foot of Ripley street was ap
proved at a meeting of the city coun
cil, and the health officer Instructed
to make arrangement for the change.
The members of the council consider
ed that by taking this step they
would be making ground for the city
which would be far more valuable
than that on the City Island
Obituary Record. Mrs. Fannie
Pitney died "Wednesday night at the
i home 1048 Arlington avenue. She
! isH (uon 1rlr with tineumonia for
he past five days, but was considered
by the physicians to be improving.
Mrs. Pitney was born May 17, 1876.
in Grand Rapids. Mich., where-she re
ceived her education. Dec. 30, 1S93
she was united in marriage with E.
Pitney at Rockford, 111., where she
resided until last Thursday, when
she came to Davenport with the chil
dren to live with Mr. Pitney, who
had arrived here three months before
and had a home prepared. Surviving
are the husband two daughters,
Grace and Gertrude, and one son.
The death of Mrs Sarah A. Os
borne occurred yesterday at the Cook
home, after a prolonged Illness of
four months. She was 82 years of
age, and for many year was a resi
dent of Davenport. She is survived
by her daughter-in-law. Mrs. George
L. Osborne of Kansas City, and her
son-in-law, F. O. Davis, and the fol
lowing grandchildren. Robert Os
borne and Elolse C. Osborne of Kan
sas City, George W. Jennie. Ferd and
Helen Davis of Davenport; also Mrs.
W. S. Cameron, a sister-in-law, and
her son, Charles F. Cameron and
Mr and Mrs.-Robert Osborne, broth
and sister-in-law. -
1 Vergn Hiller of Oakvfll, Iowa,
spent Saturday and Sunday with his
sister, Mrs. E. I Btreed.
The heavy rain Sunday and Monday
put a stop to the farmers plowing for
It Is feared the frost Monday night
killed the fruit.
Mrs. Moore of Galeshnrg la ha town
preparing to give an operetta by local
talent May 11. The play is entitled
"Little Red Riding Hood."
Little Bertha Richardson came from
Indianapolis Friday evening. She will
join the Jessie Colton Theatrical com
pany, which opens Its season soon.
Most of the company reside in Orion.
Mrs. George Thompson came from
McAlester. Okla., Sunday for an ex
tended visit with her mother-in-law,
Mrs. M. A. Thompson.
Mrs. Moore spent Sunday in Rock
Island with her daughter, Mrs. PowelL
Kicked by a Mad Horse,
Samuel Birch of Beetown, Wis., had
a most narrow escape from losing his
leg. as no doctor could heal the fright
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 drug
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Schlitz in brown bottles costs you no more than com
mon beer in light bottles.
Light starts decay even in pure beer. Dark glass gives
protection against light.
All Schlitz is aged for months in glass enameled tanks,
so that it cannot cause biliousness. It will not ferment in
If you knew what, we know about beer, you would say,
"Schlitz Schlitz in Brown Bottles."
Phone West 14
Carse & Ohlweiler Co.
425-451 Eleventh St,
That IV3ade IVislwankeeiFSiuioiS
Fire Harts Sale. While I. A. Ty
ler and. BL H. RockweTr-wexe seated tn
the office of the Bast Mottoe Land
company yesterday forenoon, drawing
the papers which would transfer to
Rockwell residence property at 821
Second avenue, East Mollne, the
building subject to sale was being
damaged by fire. The house tn ques
tion Is occupied by Charles Shallberg.
and the fire was discovered In the
roof, cause being a defective floe. The
fire department was summoned and
effective work was done. The total
loss Is estimated at $300. Before-sig
natures had been attached to the
transfer papers the owner and the
prospective buyer were notified of the
fire and -the deal was off, temporarily
Veteran Merchant to Retire A. H.
Abrahamson, who-conducts one of the
finest meat markets In the three cit
ies at 1522 Sixth avenue, has decided
to retire from business. He has leas
ed his building for a term of five years
to F. J. Ganz. who will open up a
cleaning and dye works as soon as Mr.
Abrahamson retires from business.
Mr. Abrahamson has been in the meat
market business for 25 years and all
but seven of those years have been
spent tn this city.
Cooperative Buying Planned A
system of cooperative purchasing sim
ilar to the plan followed in their na
tive land is to be inaugurated In Mo
llne by Flemjsh-speaktng people, mem
bers of Art and Friendship, the Bel
gian dramatic club. At a meeting tt
was voted to widen" the scope of work
of the organization. First will come
inauguration of a system of sick bene
fits for members. Then the coopera
tive purchasing plan will be launched
and it will be developed in proportion
to the support which members lend to
It Officers elected are: President. A.
DeRoeck; vice president, V. Neyrlnck,
manager, O. Neyrlnck; assistant
manager, Ed Van DePutte; secretary.
Gaston Veys; treasurer. George Van
derBeke; director, Peter Bruynttjes.
Peek Is" Farm Buyer. It became
known today that Burton F. Peek, one
of the vice presidents of Deere & Co.,
Is the man for whom F. C. Entrikin
Tuesday purchased the Gero Hosklns
farm on south Seventh street for a
consideration of $17,000. Mr. Peek de
sired an estate near the limits of the
city and could find no other that came
up to his requirements, hence the con
sideration paid. The location of the
Hosklns farm of IS acres is ideal, in
that a portion di it commands a fine
view of Rock river valley. The unaer.
standing Is that Mr. Peek will have
erected thereon a handsome residence
where he will make his home at least
a part of every year. Transfer of the
property from T. C Entrikin, agent.
to B. F. Peek was made today.
Dickinson to Remain Here. Less
than 24 hours after his reelection as
supervisor of the manual arts school,
H. 8. Dickinson, who has served In
that capacity for the last six years,
handed a written resignation to City
Superintendent C. H. Maxson. T re
sign for the purpose of taking up an
other line of work," said Mr. Dlckin,
son. "The nature of my new vocation
cannot be announced at this time. I
will remain In Mollne, however."
obliged to Bliss school from two to
A mystic workers' lodge has been
organised at BXUsdale. Quits a num
ber from Zmxta too. Joined.
Miss Allda Franklin is waiting rels
ttvs In Clinton and will be gone for
Mr. "Willi Nicholson. ' while going
down tfsellar fen. Jarring and bruising
herself qulte badly.
Harry Price is visiting relatives In
Mrs. Charles Alverson of Adrian.
Mich., has arrived to Join her husband,
who is working bare.
Fred Crawford has. returned to his
home In Rockford. after-ait. extended
visit with hi sister, Mrs. A. C. Bleder
stadt Miss Emma Kelly of Gaiesburg is
visiting at the hams 'of her sister, Mrs.
Mrs. Louis Fasting has returned from
a visit with relatives at Des Moines.
Mrs. Martha Meader is visiting rela
tives in Hampton.
Sherman Dorey is in Gaiesburg.
Guy Grid ley returned to his home in
Peoria after a visit at the home of his
uncle. F. J. Clendenfo.
Mrs. Cosgrove and son John return
ed Monday from a few days visit at
Mrs. A. O. Hershy and children of
Keokuk are visiting at the home of
Mrs. E. Sernow.
The Misses Lillian and Lois Stolts
spent Sunday at Ottawa.
' The Ladies' union, met'wfth Mrs. Q.
F. Johnson Wednesday.
Louis Tyler haa moved his family
to Rapids City.
The county Sunday school Institute
will be held at Bethel next Sunday aft
ernoon and evening-
Borne who attended church. Baaday
evening and tarried too long at the
gate got weC Some staid all night a&d
some borrowed lanterns and vest
Basel WaJirwTi!jV"TEdmund - and -Jd-
lard OpendlcA are absent from school
with sometbiag like tonsi litis which
has affttnted the ycnUs the past three
weeks- Uimoat every pop lit has been
Mr.tand Mxa Vfi u Morgan went to
Reynolds Mondayto visit relatives
L X. Baasett went to Springfield
Tbe7XllHam and Vashtl college or
chestra "will give Its dosing xnuslcale
In JJedoVFrlday evening. The perform-
anoe incfiudee airs from comic operas
and popular songs and' violin solos by
Miss Bdltli Morgan.
J. H. Ramsey returned Saturday from
Tulsa, Ofkla. where he has made an
extended visit with his-sons, J. R. and
Dr. Paul Ramsey.
'.Mrs. Flora Graham left Satm-fiay for
Mx. Pleasant, Iowa to spend a few
days with her daughter. Mrs. G. O.
KJgzs and family before their depart
ure for .Havre, Mont, where Professor
Riggs hesneooevted a90cStlon.es leader
Miss MarosDs Bohr.-'who has been
visiting at the home ok a Daniels, left
Tuesday for her home tn Taylor Rldgs.
Frank Ives of New Boston left Tues
day sor a abort stay In Rock Island.
Mrs. Mary Wharton and daughter,
Mrs. F, C Gibson, and baby arrived tn
Aledo Monday from Watxkegan. Mrs.
Gibson a&d baby will visit her mother
and friends here for a few weeks.
Mrs. 8. A. Fox and son of Mllroy,
who have been spending' a week In
Rock Island with Mrs. Fox's son, who
is still very ill with pneumonia, return
ed to Aledo Monday and left for their
home tn the evening.
Funeral services tor the late Henry
H. WeaverllneT were held Wednesday
morning at 10 o'clock la the Memorial
hall In the court house, conducted by
Elder San tee of Mollne, assisted by
Rev. T. 8. Plttenger.
A dual track meet between the Brad
ley Polytechnic Institute and William
and Vashtl college will be held in Aledo
Saturday, May 6. This Is the only in
tercollegiate meet to be held here this
The Standard Bearers of the M. EL
chupch held an interesting meeting on
Tuesday evening at the home of Miss
Mary Cowan. There were about 100
Mrs. Dodson and daughter. Miss Nel
lie, went to the trt-dtles Wednesday
for a short visit.
Mrs. R. J. McDonald went to Rock Is
land Wednesday to visit -her sisters.
Mrs. George Gillespie and Mrs. E. L.
Mrs. S. A. Warner and baby left
Wednesday for St. Ann, III, and in a
few days they will go to Boston, Mass.
to Join Mr. Warner, who is a mem
ber of a theatrical troupe which will
spend the summer in the east.
A. F. Hunt of Mexico, and Miss Em
ma Kern of Ridgefarm, 111., arrived
here Tuesday to visit Mrs. M. F.
Mathews, and Mr. and Mrs. C. L Greg
ory and family.
May 1, A. E. Janes of Mo line be
gan his duties as manager of the Mer
chants hotel in this city. Mr. and
Mrs. Ed. Arterburn who have had the
management of the hotel for several
years, win soon return to Sterling
their former home.
John O. Mealia was in Rock Island
and Mollne Friday and Saturday.
Ben Hough of Anamosa, Iowa, visit
ed with his father Alfred Hough and
sister, Mrs. George Lawson last week.
Fred Hough ot Jacksonville was in
Cable at the same time.
Charles Hulbs snd family left Wed
nesday for their old home. Mr.
midst of the
would be no
a single cotton
We could sell
clothes that cost
us less. But we
built our good
way. We must
sell clothes that
will wear, holdj
their shape, always
look well. They must be made
right, from absolutely "All-Wool"
Kirschbaum Clothes have 50 years of highest
tailoring-reputation behind them. We're safe in
selling them and you're 6afe in buying them.
Yet the prices are remarkably low considering
the quality. There is such a variety of models,
fabrics and colors in two- and three-piece Suits,
Raincoats and Top-coats that you can't fail to
The Kirschbaum Fancy Worsted Suits at $21
have all the points of superiority that make the
Kirschbaum Clothes the best and finest made.
AUvays look for the "Kirschbaum Label." It
A; B. Kirschbaum & Co.
Hulbs has been clerking tn the Cable
store for about twenty years. The
store has now gone out of business.
Mrs. Gus Tbor returned home Wed
nesday after visiting her mother in
Mollne Wednesday and Tuesday.
Henry Rhode has purchased the
property of William Simmons which
was rented by Mrs, Sophia Mingler.
Thomas Davis bought Mr. Rhode's
Mrs. J. W. Young received word
last week of the death' of ber father,
Mr. Yard, in Alabama where he had
been visiting with his son, Foley, all
winter. Mr. and Mrs. Yard were go
ing to return to Sherrard the day be
fore he took aick. The remains were
shipped to their old home at Washing
ton, Iowa. Mr. and Mrs. Youn? am
daughter Hazel left to attend the tv
Mrs. William Gibson and daughten
Maggie and Mrs. Ralph Johnston a
Preemption .were in the trl-cltles.
Harry Sudlow of Rock Island cam'
Mrs. Harry NMcbols and Mrs. LIUij
were tn Rock Island.
Mark Thompson was In Rock Island
.Prompt relief in all cases of tbroa
and lung trouble if you use Chamber
Iain's Cough Remedy. Pleasant it
take, soothing and healing in effect
Bold by all druggists.
A Man is as Old
he Feels A Woman
as Young "as she Looks
remember your friendsand the world will judge
you acxordingly. Remember, too, that nothing will
make you feel old so soon as a lazy liver and its
consequences nothing will make a woman look
older than she should, as the dull eyes, the sallow
skin which come when the system is clogged with
poisonous bile. For your own good, correct these
bad conditions by a few doses of Beecham's Rlls.
They clear the system, stir your liver and kid
neys to natural activity, regulate your bowels.
Youll feel and look younger you'll be far better
after you use this best known, safe and always reli
able family remedy. You will know for yourself that
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