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THE ROCK ISX2VXD ARGTJS, THURSDAY, JUNE 29, 1911.
HAIR WHITE AS SNOW
Restored to Natural Color with One Bottle o!
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Licensed to Wed. Norman Ray. Dav
enport, and Clara Trunk. Michigan
City; Ind.; Alfred Kuhner and Minnie
WIrtb, Davenport; Joseph F. Ernst and
Lillian Rohde, Davenport; Frank Har
ley and Bertha Hollmer, Davenport;
Paul Bomberger, Palmyra, Pa., and
Dorothy A- Pieper, Davenport.
Fire Destroys Garage. The automo
bile garage located in the rear of the
P. F. McCarthy residence at 42 Mar
quette street was completely destroy
ed Tuesday evening about 5 o'clock by
a blaze which originated in the gaso
line room and the cause of which is
unknown. The efforts of the fire de
partment were futile In extinguishing
the fire, and the total loss to the gar
age will amount to about $1,000.
Boy on Long Journey. To start on a
5,500-mile Journey without ever having
traveled alone before and never to a
more distant point than Chicago, is
the undertaking of 14-year-old Willie
Whiting, 409 East Fourteenth street,
who left Monday morning for Hono
lulu. Willie goes alone on the long
trip across the continent and the Pa
cific, and although he has never trav
eled alone before, he began the trip
with a brave heart, which his father,
F. E. Whiting, storekeeper for the Rock
Island, expects to carry him safely to
the end of his long Journey. Willie's
mother is now In Honolulu for the ben
eflt of her health, and it is to be with
her that her son undertook the 5,500
mile trip by land and waer. Mrs.
Whiting is now at the home of her
daughter, Mrs. Albert Affong, who has
been in the Sandwich Islands for the
last six years. Thursday Willie grad
uated from the So. 9 school. He has
also been one of the choir boys in the
Trinity cathedral. He will stop off in
San Francisco for a visit with his un
cle. Admiral W. H. Whiting, retired,
formerly commandant of the Mare Is
land navy yard, and will sail Saturday
on the steamer Sierra, arriving in Hon
olulu July 7. A crowd of boy friends
accompanied the plucky boy to the
train and wished him Godspeed on bis
for children under 18 years-of age and
10 cents for adults.
Obituary Record. John 'Roy Bodge,
16-year-old eon of Mrs. William K.
Hodge of Keokuk, Iowa, died yester
day at St. Luke's hospital of typhoid
fever after an illness of 12 days. He
had been at the hospital only four
days. He was born Jan, 10, 1895, at
Keokuk, Iowa, where his father engag
ed in the grocery business. The young
man, who had been attending school
at Keokuk, was spending his vacation
and had taken employment with the
Morning Star as musician. His par
ents were here when he died, and had
the body removed to the Boles under
'taklng parlors, where It was prepared
for burial and from which place it was
shipped to Keokuk.
To Establish Swimming School, To
lessen the drowning accidents that
have put a blight on water sports and
river outings near Davenport, a group
of Davenport business men have or
ganized the Davenport Swimming com
pany and will erect a building with a
pool 45x145 feet at the foot of Rock
Island street. The company has al
ready petitioned the levee commission
for permission to erect the building,
costing approximately $5,000, on the
river front and plan to give everybody
an opportunity to learn how to swim
at a merely nominal cost. An expert
swimming teacher will be employed,
and every Davenporter, man, womaa
or child, will be taught how to swim
and to savexhe lives of others in dan
ger of drowning. The price of swim
ming lessons will be so low that any
one will be able to afford them, and
idmlssion to the pool will be 5 cents
Rev. Wade Smith preached to the
young people last Sunday. Two adults
and five children were baptized. Five
were taken Into the church, four on
probation and one in full membership.
Mr. and Mrs. Justin Smith of Rock
Island are visiting relatives and
Merl Nicholsen of Moline Is spend
ing a few days with relatives.
James Searl is enjoying a visit from
his grandson, John Searl.
Mildred Karr of Rock Falls is visit
ing her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. S.
Percy Cox was a tri-city caller Mon
day. Many of the farmers are baying new
machinery, such- as binders and mow
ers. Quite a number attended the Sunday
school, rally last Thursday at Rock
Rev. Wade Smith and wife are spend
ing the week at Tiskilwa at the home
of Mrs Smith's parents, who will cele
brate their golden wedding Thursday.
tlves in Milan and Cable. Mr. Holt
accompanied her home.
The scholars of the M. E. Sunday
school of this place were taken to
Preemption Sunday to the children's
day exercises. The ladies of Pre
emption served lunch.
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Ray and
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Madison of Des
Moines, , Iowa, visited at the Thomas
Jackson home from Saturday until
Monday. They visited In Gilchrist
Sunday afternoon accompanied by
Thomas Jackson and daughter, Mil
dred, ef this place, and son, Henry,
Mlss Olga Peterson of Cable vis
ited the Bengston home the later
part of the week.
Mr. and Mrs. Will Handler and
baby of Jollet, 111., who have been
visiting friends and relatives here,
returned to their home Tuesday.
Lawrence Sword visited home
folks over Sunday.
Mrs. George Dawsett has returned
home after visiting friends and rel
atives In Sherrard and Taylor Ridge.
Mrs. Larson of Milan is visiting
her mother, Mrs. Frank Holt.
Mrs. Langston of Cable has been
visiting at the Herb Pearse home
during the past week.
Miss Nina Chilin of Cable visited
the Misses Susie and Lizzie Sword
A dance was given in the opera
house Friday evening, June 16. It
was not as well attended as some
have been but was a social success.
A young son of W. T. Lee living
west of town had the misfortune
Sunday to fall on a stick, which pen
etrated his neck. He is expected to
Miss Gertie Grear went to Cable
Monday for a visit.
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Sherrard of
Sherrard visited at the John Lawson
Mrs. John Edgar and two sons
have been visiting friends and rela
tives in Mathersville during the
Mr. and Mrs. Alex Simpson visit
ed at the Otis Whan home Sunday.
The sociable given by the Swedish
ladies for the benefit of the propos
ed Swedish church Saturday even
ing was well attended.
Mrs. Frank Holt has returned
home after visiting friends and rela-
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The annual meeting of the Hamp
ton cemetery association will be held
at the Locon hall, Monday July 3, at
6 p. m. One director will be elected
to succeed iL. F. Baker whose term
James Mohr has been appointed
rural mail carrier from this office and
Henry Light has been appointed sub
Grace Shepard has arrived home
from Marseilles, 111.
Mildred Cloidt has been visiting her
grandfather at Geheseo, 111.
Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Shepard and
family recently entertained Mrs. Sbep
ard's toother, Mrs. C. R. Arnold ot
Mrs. George Dirreen and children
of Watertown and Miss Eva Welsch of
Jacksonville, 111., visited Tuesday In
Mrs. Emma Norton has been In pooc
health for several days and her sister,
Mrs. McCutcheon of Rock Island has
been with her.
The Ladies Aid society will meet
Thursday of this week with Mrs. C.
Wilber Cook of Betendorf, Iowa, and
Clarence Pardee of Lyons, Iowa, visit
ed Sunday at Edward Pardee's and O
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Ploag and
daughter Minnie, of Moline visited at
the home of Mrs. Mary Whitehead's
Elder Joseph Arber of the Reor
ganized church of Jesus Christ, of lat
ter Day Saints was here recently to
preach at the school house.
Mrs. M. L. Ferguson and daughter
Miss Bernice of Ottawa, Kas., who
have been visiting here went to Chi
Joseph Mohr of Blue Grace, Iowa,
visited his mother: Mrs. P. Mohr hers
D. Y. Allsbrow r was elected school
trustee of Hampton township at the
election Saturday: to succeed John Al-
Fingers Crushed In Machine. John
Shaugtanessy, aged 22, was painfully
injured Tuesday afternoon while at
work m the Moline Wagon plant. He
caught his left hand in a rolling ma-:
chine, crushing the Index finger and
middle fingers and his thumb. It was
necessary to amputate 'the Index fin
ger back of the second -joint, and It is
possible that the other injured digits
will be removed. He lives at 3S5 Elev
District Conference Held. With
eight pastors in attendance, the Ando-
ver district conference opened in Sa
lem Lutheran church in this city. Ser
mons by Rev. S. G. Hagglund of Rock
Island and Rev. Frank S wens on of
Aledo on "Paradise. Lost" occupied the
time of the opening! session. Yesterday
the business of the conference was
transacted. New Era, Iowa ,was chosen
as the city for the next conference,
which will be held July 25-26. In the
absence of Rev. C. P. Edblom of Ando-
ver, chairman of this conference, Rev.
Frank Swenson of Aledo, vice presi
dent, presided. Dr. C. A. Blomgren of
Augnstana college read an excellent
paper before the pastors .pertaining to
the religious advance of the last few
years. Dinner was served at noon by
the Ladies' Aid society of Salem
church. A general debate was Indulg
ed In by attending pastors. There
were sermons delivered last evening
by Rev. W. J. Forsberg of Rack Island
and Rev. Mr. Ottoson of Opheim, the
subject being "Paradise Regained.'
Those attending are Rev. C. A. Blom
gren of Augustana, Rev. H. O. Linde-
blad of Moline, Rev. Frank Swenson of
Aledo, Rev. S. G. Hagglund of Rock la-
land, Rev. Mr. Mueller of Cambridge,
Rev. Walter Pearson of New Era,
Iowa. Rev. C. P. Edblom of Andover.
and Rev. Ira O. Nothstein of Rock Is
1881; he died 10 years ago. During
Obituary Record. Anita, 8-year-old her residence here Mrs. Tagge had liv-
daughter of Mre. W. L. Bunch, 1514 ea al joints corner untu two
Eighth avenue, died yesterday. Be- yara a wnen Bn moved to the home
sides her mother she leaves one sister, or ner nepnew, where she diea. She
Hazel, at home. The funeral will be was wel1 known by German residents
held from th hom. nt 2-an rriH of the city. She was a member of the
Rev. W. M. Story officiating. Burial Damvereln society of Turners,
will be In Riverside cemetery.
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Moline since 1855, died at the home of
her nephew, Chris Kiel, 1829 Eigh
teenth street, at 11:35 Tuesday night.
She was 84 years old, having celebra
ted her birthday anniversary Saturday
last She had been ailing for the last
10 days, and her brother, John Arp of
Williamsburg, Iowa, was summoned.
He arrived here Saturday. She was
born in Holstein, Germany, June 24,
1827. She resided in Germany till
1855, when she came to this country
with her husband, Henry Kuehl, whom
G rover C. Ferman and Vlrgie C
Rose both of thiB city were married
Tuesday afternoon, at the 'First M. iS.
parsonage, Moline. Rev. D. S. McCown
performed the ceremony. They were
attended by John Tevoet and VeYda
Eicher. They will.reside in East Mo
Lee Schmidt of Geneseo was In
F. E. Thompson and Art Roseen
she married a year previous. They lo- called,on Sherrard Sunday
cated in Moline the same year. He
died 40 years ago. She was united In
marriage to George Tagge In the year
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HEIRESS , WEDS COACHMAN.
Mrs. Harris, Worth $5,000,000, Was
Once ued For $150,000.
The culmination of what has been
styled a romance occurred when Mrs.
Grace Velie Harper of Boston married
Sidney Harris, her former coachman
chauffeur. Mrs. Harper, who ia known as an
heiress to $6,000,000, has been promi
nent In certain social sets In New
York, Chicago, Boston and Moline, 111.,
which is the home of her father, the
late S. IL Velie, a manufacturer. She
is the niece of the late Charles Deere,
a plow manufacturer.
Some time ago she was sued for
1150,000 by Mrs. Harris, the first wife
of Sidney Harris, for alienating the
affections of Harris. The filing: of the
suit in Los Angeles, Cal., ended a long
pursuit- For three years Mrs. Harris
followed her husband and Mrs. Har
per into every state of the Union, into
Europe and Japan. Mrs. Harris pror
ed to be untiring in her quest, but she
finally decided that she con Id not lo
cate them, so 6 he swore to the charges,
and the papers were served upon Mrs.
Harper in Los Angeles. She denied
vehemently that she had won the af
fections of her former coachman-chauffeur.
DEGREES FOR VETERANS.
Wssleyan Honors Msn Who Quit Col
lego to Co to War.
The Wesleyan university at Middle
town, Conn., paid tribute at this year's
annual commencement exercises to
four of her sons who fifty years ago
threw down their books at the outbreak
of the civil war to enlist in thetnion
army and thus failed to win their di
plomas. They got the regular bachelor
degree which they would have receiv
ed had they remained in college and
been graduated with their class.
This action was ordered by a unani
mous vote of the trustees.
The men thus honored are Major
Samuel P. Hatfield of New York. Brlg
adier General Samuel M. Minefield of
Boston. Dr. Benjamin P. Cheney of
New Ha-v and Henry B. Brown rf
East Han., on. Conn., all of whom fa-
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Ing relatives in Galesburg.
Charles Byloo left Tuesday for a
visit with relatives in his native coun
Miss Lois Stultz has returned from
a visit with relatives and friends at
Mrs. Dan Maakell spent Sunday
with her. daughter at Briar Bluff.
Frank Simms of Ottawa is visttlng
at the home of C. Brundage.
Ed Jones spent Sunday in Freeport.
Ed Milleon and Josephine Schippsrs
visited in Preemption Sunday.
Mrs. J. H. Long is visiting at Kan
kakee and St. Ann.
A. B. Johnson and family have re
turned from a six "weeks' visit in
Miss Olive Gustafson is visiting In
Verna and fWiUiard Long left Fri
day for a visit with their grandpar
ents at Orion.
Mr. and Mrs. George Suader went
to Marseilles Sunday to fettend the
funeral of their daughter, Mrs. Henry
Earle Safstrom spent Sunday with
friends in -Chicago.
Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Cartwrlght and
daughter Mildred have returned from
a three-weeks' visit in Kansas.
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Find many advantages In close relations with this Institution.
During hard times and lean years we are their helpful ally.
When funds are plenty we care for their surplus, holding our
selves in readiness to return it when wanted.
All the time we keep their money, for while we are responsi
ble, actively employed In aiding legitimate enterprises.
If you are not yet a depositor at this bank, why not start an
4 Interest on Savings
STATE BANK Of ROCK ISLAND
Second Avenue and Seventeenth Street.
Capital faOO.OOO.OO Surplus 9100,000.00
PHTL MITCHEIX, President. I. "8. WHITE, Vice President.
K. T. AKDEltSOX, Cashier. O. P. CHANNOX, A..i.Utnt CualWer.
COURTEOUS ATTENTION TO ALL.
Miss Alpha Cole ia visiting friends
at Foster, 111., this week.
Mrs. Frank Wood of Rock Island and
Mrs. Bernice Burgoyne and daughter
Bernice spent Sunday at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Burgoyne.
There was born to Mr. and Mrs.
Shad Stickrod. June 21. a daughter.
Dr. Guy Wait of LeRoy came Satur
day evening to spend a short time vis
iting relatives here and at Reynolds.
Mrs. Belle Herbert and son Harland
and Mrs. A. A. Schaum of Rock Island
spent Sunday with their parents, Mr.
and Mrs. S. Ruby.
Mr. and Mrs. William Tufell of Buf
falo spent Sunday at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. E. Dunlap.
COURT HOUSE RECORD
Real Estate Transfers.
George H. Chase to William C.
Keff, east 150 feet, lots 1, 2, in lot
4, LeClalre's reserve, $1,S00.
T. E. Lundell to J. A- Pope, lot
26. block 222, New Shops center ad
dition. East Moline, 1.
William E. Bailey to Hannah M.
DeGroot, lots 4, 5, block 1, Rod
man's subdivision. Hales addition.
Rock Island, fl.
E. H. Guyer to Root & Van Der-
voort Engine company, block 98,
East Moline. $4,701.
Alfred Bowald to Willis E. Terry,
et al, N.W. , S. E. section 13 !6
Louis Bonneville to Emlel Lava, Irt
8. block. 2, Blackman's addition, Mo
news all the time The
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