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THE HOCK ISUAND rAHGTTS, FRIDAY, JUXE 8, 1911.
Licensed to Wed. Wilfred W. RolV
bins, Pt. Collins Col., and Louise H.
Fark. DavenpoTtpHenry w. Hoffman
Rock Island, and i Minnie Francis, Des
NewMe Settlemesjt. Rev. Ned
Lee, whohas resigned! as superintfn
dent of the , People's Union mission
after; IS years of work there, is to
found e. new settlement center, known
as Xed Lee's !West Side Settlement,
SeptL In the'' German Free school
building,. 221-223-Western avenue. The
project will t supported, as In tb
past, by popular sabacrlptlon. the
German Free School oc$ety donating
the use of Its building-, th decision io
throw open their school building to
settlement purposes belngreached at
the annual meeting of the society last
Suicides In His Shop. Ilfnry
Schweb, a well known resident; of JTd
rldge, went to the blacksmith shcp
next door yesterday,', and securing en
trance to the place, hung himself to
one of the rafters. Within an hour
his wife noticed his disappearance and
started a search for him. 'His life less
body was found In the blacksmith
shop. Ill health is assigned as the
cause for Mr. Schweb desiring to end
his life. The deceased was born in
Germany, Sept. 18, 1843, and came to
the United States when 18 years ot
age. He first located la Chicago
where he remained four years and
then moved to Minnesota. Here he
remained for 10 years and then came
to Eldridge, which haa been his home
since. Mr. Schweb was a member cf
lodge No. 78. M. B. A, of Eldridge. He
leaves a wife and three children Me
ta and Otto of Davenport and Harry
at home. The funeral will be held
from the home In Eldridge at 10
oVlock Saturday morning. Interment
will take place in Pine Hill eemete
Sioux City Next. N. T. Heed,
chairman of the democratic cen
tral committee and chairman of
tzk 9 legislative committee of
the Iowa Pharmaceutical associa
tion wag elected president of the as-
aocla -tion for the coming year. Will
Lage of Davenport, was elected first
vice l 'resident by acclamation oa mo
tion ct Representative 'Chans. Other
officers- are: Second rice president,
Daniel Haas, Dubugue; third vjca
president . A. J. Kilmer, Mason City;
secretary Al Falkenhalner, Algons;
treasurer. J- M. Lladly. WlafleW; exe
cutive con. mittee, Frank jShane, El-
don Milo A ?hna- Clinton; George Pet
ersen, Storv1 La6- Delegates to
American Ph irmaceuttcal association
convention, J- Teeters, George J.
Judisch and G. M. Petersen. " Sioux
City, after doing, several days of "lob
by" "work, reacha d the mecca of their
efforts-on the con v en tion floor and in
communications re d from the Sioux
City Commercial d'ub Jd the retail
druggists the state . pharmacists were
invited no come to the northwestern
part of the state in A12- Sioux City
was civen the convention by a rising
vote, the vbld of Burif Ston being ia
opposition. ; .
Mrsw E. Karberg Say It I Easy to
Get Rid of.
"A bad case of catarrh was cured
for me by the use of Hyomei. The
trouble affected my head, nose and
eyes, and was very annoying and dis
agreeable, and the cure, from the
use of Hyomei, wan very gratifying.
Hyomei has from me a strong recom
mend aad endorsement." Mrs. E.
Karberg, 213 KingBley street, Ann
Arbor, Mich., Nov. 16, 1908.
Hyomei (pronounced high-o-me)
cures catarrh, because it gets where
the germs are and destroys them. It
la made of Australian eucalyptus,
mixed with other healing antiseptics.
When breathed over the irritated
membrane, it gives relief in two min
utes. Used regularly for a few weeks it
will build up and heal the germ In
fested membrane and drive out ca
tarrh. . If you own a small Hyomei pocket
Inhaler, you can get a bottle of Hyo
mei at druggists everywhere or at
the Harper house pharmacy for only
(JO cents. If you don't own a Hyomei
inhaler, ask for a complete outfit,
the price Is $1. It is guaranteed to
cure catarrh, coughs, colds, vroup or
sore throat, or money back.
Obltuarv Record. Ga orge Rolfs
died yesterday at the famil j ' home, 915
West Ninth, street, after an, illness of
five weeks. Jie was born in v Germany
July 24. 1S2S... being 84 years and 10
months of age. He came to tlVs coun
try in-18M. locating al DavenpoVt- He
was a veteran of two wars, tl'at of
1S48 in his native country and a the
civil war in this. He held member, ship
in Harugari lodge No. 489. The r
vlving relatives are his wife. M"s.
Catherine Rolfs, five children, AlfreV
Minnie, Anna, Dorothy and Sirs. Wil
liam -.Dunker, and son-in-law, William
day afternoon with Mrs. Rathbura- at
Miss Clara Hughes arrived Wednes
day after fear months spent with rcl
stives and friends at Colllnsville, 111.
Misses Mary Ann, Ellsa and Cather
ine Lee and brother John returned to
Hot ton. Kas last week after the bur
ial of their father. Luke Lee, at Coal
Valley, where they brought the re
Mrs. John MiUs and daughter Eve
lvn returned borne Saturday after a
two weeks' Tislt in Rock Island and
with her mother, Mrs. E. M. Scott of
Mrs. Clarence Wilmerton ' returned
to Rock Island Wednesday after a 10
days' visit with ber mother, Mrs. Ma
ria Prltchard, her sister Edith accom
panied her home for a few days' visit
Mrs. Richard Haywood and two
daughters, Lucretla and Catherine re
turned to Matbersville Wednesday aft
er a four-days' visit with her sister
Mrs. William Gibson.
Mrs. Duncan Thompson and daugh
ter, Maggie of Gilchrist visited wiJ
relatives and friends Wednesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Dick Bell of SUvls are
visiting with relatives and friends for
Mr. Welsh has returned to his
duties at the office of the new shops
after being 111 several days.
Mrs. Thomas Howard entertained
the ladies of the Methodist Aid so
ciety all day Thursday. A large
number attended and a fine dinner
Mrs. A. Brown is visiting at Wau-
The Misses Elizabeth and Lena
Yokes entertained the Holy Name
society at their home on Sixth street
Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Rettick are
in Peoria looking after their prop-
Dunker.,all of this city,, and two grand
children. The funeral will be held
Sunday afternoon at 2 o'clock from
the residence. Burial will take place
at the city cemetery
Granted Decree;. Desertion Grounds.
On the grounds of desertion filed
against him by his wife, Mrs. Carrie
M. Albrecht was granted a decree of
divorce from her husband, Edward II.
Albre-bt. She is also granted alimony
In the sum of $10 pt month. ILey
were married Sept. 18. 1892.
Mr. Hob art returned home Wednes
day after a few days' visit with rela
tives and friends at Colchester, 111.
Mrs. Charles Gustafson and children
returned home Wednesday after a two
weeks' visit with her-parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Henry Rhode.
Mr. and Mrs. Littig were shopping
in the tri-clttes Saturday.
Mrs. Edmund Post and baby of
Rock Island arrived Monday - for a
visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Fred Masters. Her sister Ethel and
brother Culver Masters, accompanied
her home, as they had been visiting u
Rock Island for a week.
Mlas Edith Prltchard spent Wedre-
Mrs. John Kyle Is visiting rela
tVves at Beatrice, Neb.
tMrs. L. S. Osborne entertained a
nuint-er of the little girl friends of
her daughter, Roma, last Monday
aft en. noon, it being Roma's 11th
birtha'ay. After games and contests
a nice supper was served. The young
hoetesW received some, vary pretty
B. Stephens and daughter,
Lillian, atf Annawan and Mrs. L. A.
Fergusoniand daughter, Ruth, who
have beenvislting Mrs. A. G. Peter
son, have I returned to Annawan
Mrs. A. Ismail is visiting at Colfax
Miss Olrvia Runsey has returned
to ber home at Chicago after visiting
.relatives bere the past two weeks.
Mr. and Mrs. Jackson are the par
ents of a. son, who arrived last Thurs
E. Lyke, who went aa a delegate
tothe convention of the Brotherhood
of Railroad Trainmen at Harrlsburg
Pa., has returned home and reports
a very good meeting,
Mr. and Mrs. F. Allsbrant have ar
rived'bome from a visit at Moscow,
The Baptist Ladles' Aid society
cleared over $100 during the last
six months, $45 of which goes to
ft ward paying for the new church bell
SI The Mildness, is in the Leaf
jj as-well asin'the-Flavor jj '
7fie Wee and tfcjfifrAkfrr Cfrjnge
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At the borne of Mr. and Mrs. John
A. Mobr Thursday, June 1, took place
the marriage of their daughter, MUi
Gertrude Mohr, and T. S. Willis, Rev,
Father Kneiry of Rapids City perform
lng-tbe ceremony. Among those pres
entvwere Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Willis
and family, Mr. and Mrs. Stephen
Odell, William Mobr and family, Mr
and Mrs. Jacob Hermes and daughter.
Leone, and Mr.and Mrs. George Mohr
of Hampton; Mr. and Mrs. Charles
Campbell of MoBne, Mr. and Mrs. An
drew Hermes of Janesvllle, Wis.,
about 5 in all. The couple have gone
west on a wedding tour and will locate
at Spokane, Wash. They received
number of nice t presents.
Miss Margaret. Silvis of Rock Island
was' a guest at the home of ber grand
mother, Mrs. Anna Adams.
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Adams of Ma
son City, Iowa, are here for a visit
at the home of the fgpner's mother,
Mrs. Anna Adams.
Mr. and Mrs. George Johansen and
child were here Sunday from Pleasant
Valley, Iowa, guests at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. Bert Cook.
Carl He aline and Sam Benson have
received word from County Superin
tendent of Schools S. J. Ferguson that
they have passed the eighth grade
The Ladies' onion met Tuesday of
this week with Mrs. Joseph Young.
Mrs. F. H. Anderson of East Mo
line preached at the Congregational
church Sunday in the absence of th
regular pastor, her husband, who as
sisted in the services at the new M.
E. church, which, was dedicated In
Water-town that day.
Preparations are being made for the
program to be given at the M. E.
church Children's day.
Miss May Fulscher is visiting at Ne
Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver
Tablets will brace up the nerves, ban
ish sick headache, prevent despon
dency and invigorate the whole sys
tem. Sold by all druggists.
Killed In Kansas City. Albert Bar
sett, formerly of this city, was killed
Tuesday afternoon in Kansas City while
unloading pilings from a fiat car. Word
of the tragedy was received yesterday
by Chief Blsant from people with whom
Barn ett had lived. Barnett's legs were
crushed and he Incurred internal injur
ies. Judging from a message received
by Barnett's relatives here, the com
pany was at fault. The telegram Is
from an attorney, who Is anxious to
institute a suit for damages on a 50
per cent basis. Barnett was 40 years
old. and be left here last fall to se
cure work. He was a carpenter and
had been employed to Kansas City for
several months. His widow, Mrs. Tur-
ah Barnett. Is in Cedar Rapids at the
present time. Mrs. Elmer Palmer of
1815 Second avenue, this city, is
Sixteenth 8treet Landing. Eight
thousand cubic yards of sand, gravel
and dirt win be removed from Moline
pool to provide a landing at Sixteenth
street having sufficient depth to accom
modate the largest steamers plying on
the Mississippi river. Work has al
ready been started and Engineer J. P.
Basset t, who is In charge of the work.
says that a harbor 200 yards wide and
600 yards long will be established with
a depth of nine feet. Ten days will be
required to complete the work, one
dredgeboat, one tow boat and two dump-
boats being used on the Job. After this
work is completed the shoal between
Willow island and the arsenal Island
will be removed so that vessels coming
from the locks to the landing may have
a more direct route. For some time
Moline has been In need of a suitable
landing. Locks were put in. but "there
was no suitable approach to the shore.
The work now being done will greatly
facilitate river traffic
Obituary Reoord. Anna Maria Clem-
entla vanBracken, 4-months-old daugh
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Peter VanBracken,
an only child, died at the home of her
parents, 1620 Fifth street, Wednesday,
aiter an limess of only one day. Anna
Maria was born In Moline Feb. 21, 1911.
Mrs. Anna Wendell, wife of Edward
Wendell, 513 Twenty-second street,
passed away at the city hospital yes
terday following a protracted illness
ending in tubercular perotonltls. Anna
BJork was "ro in Sweden 24 years
ago and came to this country with her
parents when a child. She was mar
ried five years ago, and bad lived in
Moline since coming to this country.
Besides her husband, she is survived
by two brothers, John and Arthur, and
her mother, who resides in Watertown.
Mrs. W. G. Wakeland and son left
Aledo Monday for their borne la
Rock Island. They have been vis
iting friends in Mercer county for
Among those wbo left here Mon
day from the L. D. S. conference and
convention held near Joy, were:
Mrs. I. M. Barnes and Mrs. H. M.
Palmer of Rock Island. C. A. Davis
of Mathersvllle, and I. C. Willis of
Silvis, Mr. and Mrs. G. Sackfielrt of
MatnersvUIe, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas
alney of Carbondale. III., and Mrs.
L. Schwerdtfeger of Davenport. The
convention was attended bv about
150 visitors from all parts of the
Mrs. W. S. Sloan left Monday for
Peoria to enter a sanitarium.
Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Maxwell and
son went to Viola Monday to attend
the funeral services of Mr. Max
well's aunt. Mrs. A. M. Bliss, whose
body was brought from Lockslev.
Ala., for burial.
Miss Nona Roberts left Monday
for Chicago to Join the other mem
bers of the Metropolitan Ladies' Or
chestra company and after a few
Pfe -'4 ' If PlN pi P
Light starts decay even
in pure beer. Dark glass
gives protection against light.
Schlitz is bottled in a brown
bottle to protect its purity from
the brewery to your glass.
In the Schlitz Brewery,
some say, protection against
impurity is carried to an absurd
extreme. We don't think so.
We have adopted every
idea, every invention to attain
and preserve purity.
We scald every tub, keg and barrel every pipe and
pump every time we use it. We wash every bottle four
times by machinery. Even the air in which the beer is
cooled is filtered.
It is aged for months in glass enameled tanks. It can
not cause biliousness. It will not ferment in your stomach.
If you knew what we know about beer, you would
say, "Schlitz Schlitz in Brown Bottles."
Phone West 14
Carse & Ohlweiler Co
435-431 Eleventh St.,
CORNS COME OUT
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THB NEW SURPRISE, "GETS-IT."
Every man and woman who haa eorna.
caIlouas, wart or buatOBa, ought to
ry Cieti-It at once and see how icar-
r.loualjr it works. It may b hard for
you to b.ll.v. it. until you exoerUnea
the results yourself.
GETrs-rT la remarkable because It
never Irritates or turns the true flesh
ore or raw. It can't. It la aa safe as
water. Stocklnas won't stick to It.
Corn paina stop. The corn or callous
hrivela up, it comes est. and blessed
Quit ehavlna your corn with a raxor.
Tou mar Araw blood aad cause blood
poisoning. "GETS-rr Is sold at dnurrlsta at 15
cents a bottle or sent on receipt ot the
rice by EL Lawrence k Co, Chicago, 111.
old In Rock lalaAd Tot Ol flrollen rul
days' stay in the city, they will make
a concert tour through the northern
A son was born to Mr. and Mrs.
Glenn Longley Sunday.
Mrs. Katherine Miller and Mrs. C.
H. Finch and son, Boyd, left Monday
for Monticello, 111. They will later
make an extended visit in Cleveland
and other cities of Ohio. Mr. Pinch
will go to Indiana in a few days to
enter the Culver Military school for
An Interesting meeting of the Wo
man's Foreign Missionary society
was held Saturday at the home of
Mrs. Will Sterner.
Mrs. A. J. Epperly, who had been
visiting her daughter in New Lon
don, Iowa, and Mr. and Mrs. Fischer,
who were returning from a vlBit In
Columbus Junction, Iowa, spent Sat
urday in Aledo and left in the even
ing for their homes near Joy.
Mrs. Caroline Glebrlch went to
Burlington Saturday to visit her
Miss Ruth Warner accompanied
Miss Helen Bowen to Lincoln, Neb.,
on Monday. Mies Helen will make
that city her home.
Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Emrlck left
Monday for a vacation of a few
weeks. They will spend the time in
Denver, Col., Salt Lake City and
Mrs. White of Qulncy came Mon
day to visit at the home of her sis
ter, Mrs. Homer Dines.
Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Summers and
baby left Tuesday for Ottawa. III.,
to visit Mr. Summers' brother.
A party of Aledo ladles, composed
of Mrs. W. K. Wells and son, Mrs.
J. Ward, Mrs. W. Boyd, Mrs. Wan
sing, Mrs. J. P. Lemon, Mrs. E. Car
roll and Misses Pearl Larrance and
Zua McIIard, spent Tuesday in the
W. S. Neff went to Rock Island
Wednesday for a short stay.
Mr. and Mrs. Homer Dines and
children and Mrs. White and daugh-i
ter left Wednesday for a visit in j
Rock Island. j
Mrs. II. A. Hoxie and daughter
went to Rock Island Wednesday.
Levi Lewis and daughter. Miss
Faye, left Wednesday for a visit in
Misses Bernice and Nell Peters left
Wednesday for Champaign to visit
their uncle. .
Mrs. Vertrees and daughter left
Wednesday for Vermont, 111., to vis-
Miss May Harvey returned Tues
day from Denver, col., to spend a
month's vacation with her parents.
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Harvey. Lee
Ward accompanied her home to visit
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. George
G. B. Morgan and daughters leave
this week for a few days' stay in Mo
line before leaving for New York
city, where the Misses Morgan will
enter Columbia university for the
Mr. and Mrs. John Reaber, Mr.
and Mtb. Eben Cooper, George Tay
lor and Hiram Cooper returned home
from the bay Saturday. They report
having caught all the fish the;
could eat at least.
Miss Katherine Bopes spent a par
of last week with her sister, Mrs
Ward Candor of Seaton.
There will be an lea cream an
strawberry sociable at the home a
Mrs. Barbara Hartman Tuesda;
night of next week. The proceedj
will be used for the benefit of tb
Hamlet Presbyterian church.
Miss Milllcent Boyles visited th
last of the week with Miss Verl
Marston of Reynolds and attendee
Steamer Morning Star t
St. Paul Every Saturday a;
3:15 p. m. Phone West 188.
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