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THE ROCK: ISIL1ND !AHGTJS, THURSDAY. JUNE 29, 101T.
PERMITS TO WED
AT 0LDJ1 RATE
County Clerk Hubbard Learns
That BUI to Increase Fee
Did Not Pass.
OTHER CHARGES LARGER
Cost of Insanity Proceedings to Be
$ Hereafter -Pay Most Be
Exacted in Advance.
It is to be hoped that no one was
caused to rush in blindjy and secure
a marriage license without duly con
sidering the step about to be taken
on account of the report current the
last few weeks that the cost of li
cense waa to be increased July 1 to
$2, for permits are to be bad for
the same consideration as in the
past, one simoleon.
H. B. Hubbard, county clerk, this
morning received instructions from
Springfield concerning fees for
county court house proceedings for
the next year and found that the bill
proposing to increase the cost of
tying up for life had not gone
CHANGES IJT FEES.
The most important changes
made in charges, however, were the
charge for insanity cases at $5,
cases at $5, whereas no charge haa
whereas no charge has been exacted
heretofore; cases in delinqulney
are to be $5; special assess
ments $10 and for every de
scription in the assessors' books
there is to be a charge of 10 cents;
county court law cases are the same
as those in the circuit court. All
fees except for criminal cases are
payable In advance.
restaurant and ' millinery store. The
loss was 18.000.
ETHEL ALETHA ABJUTBOXQ.
Ethel Aletha Armstrong, one
week old daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Jacob B. Armstrong. 1828 Twenty
ninth street, died this morning at
9:30 in the family home of compli
cation of diseases. The funeral ser
vices will be held at 9:30 tomorrow
forenoon and will be conducted by
Rev. J. I Vance, pastor of United
Presbyterian church. Burial will be
in Chippiannock cemetery.
WILLIAM T. TTJfCEXT.
"William T. Vincent, a former resi
dent of Rock Island, died June 15 at
his home in Dallas, Texas. For 31
years he had been head ct the ship
ping department of Sanger brothers in
that city. Mr. Vincent is survived by
his widow, who was formerly Mrs.
Emma Harris of Moline, and to wTTim
he was married 18 months ago and a
son living in Washington, D. C. He
was a member of the Presbyterlaa
church and of the Knights of Honor
Burl was made in Waco, Texas.
BY HIS OWN TRAIN
George Gilbert Get Foot Caught in
Frog and Is Ron Down at
Oeorge Gilbert of Ottumwa. Iowa, a
freight conductor on the Chicago. Mil
waukee & St. Paul road, with a run
between Davenport and Kansas City,
was fatally injured this morning at 8
o'clock at Buffalo, Iowa. The train
was eastbound. Gilbert bad alighted
and ran ahead of the slowly moving
train to throw a switch. His right
foot caught in a frog and before he
could extricate himself the locomotive
bore down upon him. The right leg
was severed and Gilbert was otherwise
injured. He was hurried to Davenport
and removed to St. Luke's hospital.
He died at 12 o'clock. Gilbert was 47
years old and leaves a family In Ottumwa.
SCHOOL CHILDREN PICNIC
"Young Folks Spend Happy Day at
Long View Park.
Hundreds of the school children of
the German Evangelical Lutheran par
ochial schools attended the annml
picnic and outing today in Long View
park. They left the schools .tis
morning in r-pecial cars which were
decorated with American flags aud
school bannr-s, and arrived at the
park at lit r':iwk. Games were play
ed under dlrT-on of the school lead
era. A picric dinner was served at
the noon hour. Jonas Bear, commis
sioner of parks, presented four large
boquets and aided in the good time
of the children. The Davenport Or
phans home ban? -as present anl
furnished music during the day.
Relatives and friends in the city
were grieved to learn of the death in
Peoria of Edward Kirkhove formerly
of Edgewood park, where he resided
at Forty-fifth street. Death occured
at 10 Tuesday evening after a general
decline in health. He leaves a widow,
his mother and father, a sister. May,
and two brothers Charles and Harry,
He was married last July. Me was a
machinist at Deere & Mansur until re
moving to Peoria three years ago. He
was 24 years of age. The funeral will
ha held Friday afternooon at 2 in
Fl'XERAL OV HESHT E. KRELL.
Funeral services for Henry E.
Krell will be conducted by Dr. W.
8. Marquis, pastor of Broadway
PreBbyterian church, tomorrow af
ternoon at 4 o'clock at the family
residence, 715 Seventeenth street.
The rite at the home and at the
grave In Chippiannock cemetery will
be in charge of Rock Island com
mandery No. 18, Knights Templar,
of which Mr. Krell was one of the
most active members. The com
mandery will act as escort to the
body to the cemetery. The bearers
will be J. W. Tremann, H. A. J. Mc
Donald. H. A. Clevenstine, John J.
Ingram, Charles Schneider and
Frank G. Young.
Those who survive Mr. Young are
his widow and two children, Edward
and Helen Krell; three brothers, D.
J., John and J. W. Krell, and two
sisters. Mrs. W. J. Boggess and Mrs.
E. M. Sala. All of the members of
the family were at the bedside of
Mr. Krell when the end came, ex
cepting Mrs. Sala, who is in Europe'
with her husband, Dr. Sala.
MORRIS H. WALKER FUNERAL.
Funeral services 'for Morris H.
Walker, whose death occurred in Den
ver, will be conducted in the home "t
Col. C. L. Walker, 816 Twentieth
street, a brother, Saturday afternoon
at 1:30 o'clock. The remains will ar
rive in the city tomorrow morning.
Burial will be in Chippiannock ceme
tery. Fl'NEHAt OF MRS. J. W. SCIIERRER.
The body of Mrs. Joseph W. Scher
rer will be laid to rest tomorrow aft
ernoon in Chippiannock cemetery. Ser
vices will be conducted in the home
of the parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henrv
Carse, 1116 Fourth avenue at 2 o'clock.
by Rev. Marion Humphreys, pastor
of the Central Presbyterian church
Central Union Offers Supple
mental Measure Embodying
Maximum Sate Clause.
RUDGREN ADDS AN ITEM
Provision That Charges Shall Be on
Equal Basis With Those In
Davenport and Moline.
$4,000 Overstock Shoe Sale I
This afternoon at an adjourne-l
meeting of the cftjr commission the
proposed ordinance of the Central XJ-i-ion
Telephone company, supplemen
tary to the one granted by the old
city council, was formally pre
sented through Martin T. Rud-
gren, commissioner Of public accounts
and finances. After the reading rf
the ordinance, which embodies a mix
imum rate clause, and the rigli: io
purchase the plant of tne Union Ec
tne Telephone and Telegraph com
pany, it was moved and seconded
that the ordinance be considered. Fol
lowing the carrying of the mo
tion, the ordinance was discussed by
the commissioners and representa
tives of telephone companies. In ad
dition to the maximum rate clause.
Commissioner Rudgren added to the
ordinance a clause which provides that
the. rate shall coincide with that
which is to be established in Daven
port and Moline.
Commissioner Archie Hart present'
ed again for consideration an amendj
ment to the saloon ordinance eliniuat-
lng the clause relative to imprison
ment and also to "public places." A
motion to consider was adopted anl
then a motion for the Adoption of the
ordinance as amended was unani
PROPERTV OWNERS PROTEST.
A petition from 34 property owners
in the vicinity of the Weyerhanae?
and Denkmann lumber yards in tto
west end of the city was read by the
clerk. The petitioners, including sev
eral of the factory owners, have askf.il
for protection from the fires which
arise . from the old sawdust piles hi
the abandoned lumber" yards, located
n the vicinity. On motion of Com
missioner Rudgren, the petition was
referred to Commissioner Hart, wno
was instructed to report back at t.e
Offers Exceptional Bargains for ,4th of July Shoe Buyers
Ladles' white eanyas pomps . . ..-...,. . .... ......... . Q8o
Ladles' black and tan oxfords and pumps . fjgc, $1.49, $1.98
Misses and children's slippers .... ... 4 . . 59c, 700, 98c, $11.29
Boys' shoes aad oxfords 0JC $1.39, $1.65, $1.85
Men's shoes and oxfords $1,45, $1.98, $2.45, $2.95
PRIESTER-HICKEY SHOE CO
Harper House Block. . , Rock Island.
M'COMBS AS CORN GROWER
Local Merchant Claims Ribbon for
Early Maturity of Field Variety.
William S. McCombs devotes a
half hour of his spare time each day
to a beautiful little garden which
is located at the rear of his residence
at 842 Nineteenth street. In his gar
den he has in addition to vegetables
and fruit, some field corn which he
guarantees is going to take a prize
at any exhibit In which it may be
entered. In the first place the corn
is the product of some blue ribbon
seed which was entered in a con
test last year. It has shown that
it has quality by its remarkably fast
growth, for on June 25 Mr. Mc
Combs found that the corn bad tas
selled, thereby setting a record.
Within a short time it will have ma
tured and will be exhibited by the
f r n ft nrv
SETTERDAHL-K AM MERER.
YESTERDAY MORNING AT 11
o'clock at the home of the bride, 113
Tenth street, was celebrated the mar
riage of Miss "Wilhelmina A. Kammer-
er, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles F.
Kam merer, to Fred M. Setterdahl, of
Sherrard, son of Rev. and Mrs. Vic
tor Setterdahl of Blue Island. Too
ceremony vras performed by tbe
and the wedding company was com- J" D,eJf' California, formerly Sara
posed of members of the immediate frk" 5 1 ZTJ?
families. The bridal couple wasun
ed in marriage. Rev. J. L. Vance of
the United Presbyterian church per
formed the ceremony. A wedding sup
per was served, and the happy couple
started on a two weeks' wedding jour
ney. They will be at home in Rock
Island on their return.
A COMPANY OF OLD-TIME
friends of Mrs. John Vance Cheney of
$8,000 FIRE IN MINERAL
Conflagration Follows Explosion of
a Gasoline Stove.
Mineral, a town of 000. on the
line of tbe Rock Island road, in Bu
reau county, was visited by a disas
trous fire between 8 and 9 last night.
The blaze was started by a gasoliu?
stove exploding in the R. J. Reider
hardware store. The hardware store
was destroyed, as were a dwelling.
restaurant and millinery store. The
SAYS WIFE IS DESERTER
Alexander Spann B?rins Divorce Ac
tion in Circuit Court.
Alexander Spann yesterday after
noon filed in the circuit court a bill
for divorce from Mrs. Nannie Spann.
The bill alleges desertion on the part
of the defendant since 1909. The
case will come up for a hearing In
the September term of court. Clar
ence J. Schroeder is attorney for the
Restaurant No 2
1614 2d Ave.
OPEN DAY i NIGHT
J. E. Whited. Mtfr.
MEMORIAL T0JH. E. KRELL
Curb Lighting System May Be Made
Monument to Departed Citizen.
Friends of the late Henry E. Krell
are discussing the feasibility and de
sirability of making the Second ave
nue curb lighting system between Fif
teenth and Twentieth streets, a mem
orial to him, inasmuch, as it was due
to his untiring efforts and enterprise
that the scheme was devised and exe
cuted. Just in what manner this will
be done has not yet been worked our,
jbut the idea is finding favor, among
those who have had the subject tinker
MORE COLLEGE CHANGES
Ir. Bartholomew Elected Vice Pres
ident of Augustana.
Additional business transacted at
the meeting of the board of directors
of Augustana college yesterday aftir
noon was the election as vice presi
dent of Dr. E. F. Bartholomew, pro
fessor of English literature and philos
ophy at the college, to succeed Prof. C.
L. E. Esbjorn, resigned. Rev. N. P.
Sjostrom of Rockford was chosen
treasurer of tu; board to succeed An
drew Kempke, who tas been placed at
the bead of tbe college commercial
department. The resignation of J. A,
Udden as professor of natural hrsory
was accepted and his son, Anton L'd
den, named for the position. J. A
Udden has been elected a member ol
he faculty of Texas university.
Woman Sent to Hospital.
Mary J. McKee, 1426 Twenty-eighth
street, was adjudged Insane yesterday
by a commission consisting of Drs.
Perry H. Wessel and H. S. Bennett of
Moline and was committed to the asy
lum at Watertown.
Notice to Contractors.
Large Quantity of cinders for sals
cheap. Rock Island Brewing company
Edward Dierolf Ice Cream Company
Guaranteed Pure Ice Cream Made Fresh Every Day.
Special Prices for Large Quantities.
Wholesale and Retail Milk and Cream
Xd pbonc 1397-L. E. DIEBOLF.
Miss Ethel Wilson, 2416 Eighth ava
nue left this morning for a visit at
Peoria, Decatur and Springfield.
Misses Margold and Blanche Q i'n-
lan returned to their home in Chicago
this morning after a visit with Mss
Mrs. Elizabeth Keeney of Indian
apolis, arrived this morning for a two-
weeks stay with her parents, Mr. aud
Mrs. S- S. Kemble on Nineteenth
H. H. Cleveland of this city haa
been appointed one of the 'delegates
from Illinois to the national conveu
tion of fire insurance agents to be held
at Buffalo, N. T., July 17-19.
Mrs. C. A. Plamondon and chil
dren. Maris and Harold, who arrived
hers several days agp la their seven-
passenger touring car for a visit with
relatives, left this morning for their
summer home at Lelaad. 111. They
were accompanied by Mrs. T. H.
Polly and daughter, Katharine, who
will be their guests for several
ISLAND COTTAGE ROBBED
Thief Gets Away With $19.80 at
Campbell Resort In Daylight.
Woodland cottage, on Campbell's
Island, was entered at 4 o'clock yes
terday afternoon, while the occu
pants of the cottage were bathing.
The building was ransacked and
$19. SO belonging to the cottagers Is
attended. The ceremony was followed
by a dinner. The house was decor
ated in the wedding colors, pink and
white, smilax, ferns, carnations and
smllax being effectively used. A can
opy had been erected In the center of
the parlor and was decorated in the
flowers and greenery, and beneath this
the ceremony was performed. The
bride wore a pretty gown of will's
crepe de chien trimmed in Irish point
lace. She carried an arm bouquet of
Mr. and Mrs. Setterdahl left yes
terday afternoon for Denver for a two
weeks' trip and after Aug. 15 will be
at home in Sherrard. The bride wore
a traveling suit of grey with a hit
Mr. Setterdahl was for a number of
years connected with the State baak
of this city and latter was in the reni
estate business, a short time ago ac
cepting the position of cashier of the
Farmers bank at Sherrard. His bride
was for a number of years employed
at he I S. McCabe company de
Rev. and Mrs. Victor Setterdahl of
Blue Island were out of town guests.
HAUBERG DENKMANN NUPTIAL8
THIS EVENING AT 6 O'CLOCK AT
the Denkmann homestead, 122 Fourth
avenue, takes place the marriage of
Miss Sue Denkmann, daughter of the
late Mr. and Mrs. F. C. A. Denkmann,
to John H. Hauberg of Moline. The
ceremony will be performed by Rev,
W. S. Marquis of Broadway Preaby
terian church and Rev. I. O. Nothstsiu
of Grace Lutheran church. The fri
dal couple will be attended by Mts
Anna Davis, niece of the bride anl
Louis D. Hauberg, brother of th
groom. The wedding ceremony w!ll
be attended by relatives and a fw
Among those from other tit
le who have arrived to at
tend the wedding this evening are:
Mr. and Mrs. John p. Weyerbsusar,
daughter Miss Elizabeth, and s;ns
Frederick and Rudolph, and Mr. and
Mrs. Frederick Weyerhauser of St
Paul; Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Wsjer.
hauser and daughter Marguerite of
Cloquet. Minn - Mr. and Mrs. J. Br Je
wett and son Frederick of Chicftg);
Mrs. W. B. Hill of Poughkeepale, N,
Y.: Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Wentworth of
New York; Mr. and Mrs. H. J. R'ca-
ardson and children of Rochester
Minn.. Miss Hazel Schmoll of Boulder,
CoL; Mr. and Mrs. C D. Rstmers, Fort
Worth, Texas., and Mr. and Mrs. Ed
Denkmann, Hammond, La.
A VERY PRETTY AND SIMPLE
wedding took place last night at the
home of the bride's sister, Mrs. George
B. Delsenroth, 1110 Sixth avenue, when
til win tiioom or juoune ana uui
J Gladys Yolk of Rock Island were nnlV
this city, was entertained informally
at the home of Mrs. J..W. Good of Mo
line, Tuesday afternoon, being invl"
ed to meet Mr. Cheney, who has been
a guest at the Good home for several
weeks. Mr. Cheney is a well known
librarian, poet and author, and during
the afternoon pleased the guests by
giving some of his own verses. Ms?
Josephine Sheldon of Rock Island ren
dered several very 'excellent piano
numbers. Miss Virginia Tunnicliff gave
some charming vocal numbers, ma
king an altogether delightful pro
gram. Mr. Cheney left this morning,
going to Chicago. He will leave
there July 3 for his home in" San Dl'go.
MR. AND MRS. CHARLES BHU
ler of East River street. Davenpf-t,
have issued invitations for the mar
riage of their daughter. Sophia Caro
line, to James Reed Lane, son of
Hoporable end Mrs. Joe R. Lane, tor
the evening of Wednesday, July 12, at
8 o'clock, the ceremony to be at the
family home of the bride. There wijl
be a bridal party, which is not &s set
announced. Mr. Lane 4s building
handsome pew home on Mississippi
and Third avenues, East Davenport,
which will be completed some time in
the early fall. The wedding is of an
usual interest, owing to tbe social
prominence of both Miss Shuler and
IN HONOR OF GUEST.
TUB MISSES STELLA AND
Ethel Wilson, 2416 Eighth ave
nue, entertained about twenty
young lady friends at a delightful
lawn party Tuesday evening when
their cousin. Miss Mabel Brockway
of Peoria, was guest ot fcoaor. Japan'
ese lanterns decorated and lighted
the lawn effectively. Guessing games
furnished amusement and prizes fell
to Miss Lillian Engstrom and M'ss
Katherine Winchester of !Rock: Island.
Misses Hazel Wray and Marie Z wick
er assisted in serving frappe during
the evening. A delicious collation
was served at a prettily appointed
ble on which the three leaved clovir
predominated in decorations. Th
center piece ' was a large clover of
crepe paper and the place cards, cake
and candy were lo clover shapes. Th
evening was very much enjoyed by all
THE KARRI AGS' OF Ml 88
Laura E. Davis, formerly of this
city, and William Parks of Reynolds.
took place last evening at $ o'clock
at the home of the bride's sister,
Mrs. Loafs FUmbeck South Mo
line. Seventy relatives and intimate
riends were the guests at the cere
mony, which was performed by Rv.
E. T. McFarlaod of the Memorial
Christian church. Thsy were unat
tended save for the flower girl, Miss
Keys, a niece of the bride. Miss
Lots Hubbard played Lohengrin's
wedding march as the bridal couple
entered and played during the cere
mony. After the ceremony a wed
ding supper was served. The bride
wore a white lingerie dress lace
trimmed and carried a shower bou
quet of lilies of the valley. A pret
ty feature of the evening was the
presentation by the bride of her bou
quet to Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Hubbard,
who were celebrating their 23d wed
ding anniversary. Mr. and Mrs.
Parks left" fade evening for Chicago
and other points in the east and
upon their return will make their
borne at Maple Dean farm at Rey
nolds. Mr- Parks Is a farmer. His
bride attended Grinnell college and
since her graduation has been en
gaged in teaching.
THE MARRIAGE OF MISS MA-
bel Anderson, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. A. P. Anderson of Ottumwa,
Iowa, and Rev. C. O. Lorlmer took
place last evening at 8 o'clock in
the Lutheran church at Ottumwa,
Rev. O. A. Henry otficlatlng. Rev.
Theo Lorlmer. brother of the groom,
of Geneseo, was best man and the
ushers were A. W. Karlstrom and
Sigfrld Blomgren of this city. The
Misses Nellie and Edna Anderson,
sisters of the bride, were the brides
maids and the matron of honor was
Mrs. Theo Lorlmer of Geneseo. Mr
Lorlmer is the son of Mr. and Mm
Alfred Olson of Galva, until a year
age of this city. He is a graduate
of Augustana, class of 190 8 and of
the Augustana seminary class of
1911. Mr. and Mrs. Lorlmer will
make their home at Centerville,
Iowa, where Mr, Lorlmer has a
ANNOUNCEMENT WAS MADE
today of the marriage of Miss Alice
Robertson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Richard Robertson of Jacksoni,
Minn., to Joseph L. Hecht of Daven
port, the ceremony taking place yes
terday at the home of the bride and
was a very quiet home wedding.
They will be at home after Nov. 1
in a beautiful new borne In McClel
lan Heights. Davenport. Mr. Hecht
Is general manager of the Hecht &
French Wagon company of Daven
port. His bride has visited fre
quently in Davenport and has many
friends. News of the wedding will
come as a surprise to their many
K. P. INSTALLATION
County Lodges to Join in CerrraoR
ies to Be Held at Campbell's
Island July 11.
A NUMBER OF LADY FRIENDS
called on "Mrs. William Fee at her
home, 2212 Fifth avenue, yesterday
afternoon and 'perpetrated a pleasant
surprise. A nice collation was served
at tables 'decorated in pink and white.
The ladles spent a very pleasant aft
Arrangements for the Joint public In
stall atlon of officers of Knights of
Pythias lodges of Rock Island count
at Campbell's island inn July 11, have
been completed. Tbe installation will
start atvi sharp and will be followci
by a banquet at 6. A special program
in connection wth tbe installatloa
has been planned.
L. M. Magill will preside as toaat
master at the banquet and the Svos
male quartet will sing. The following
subjects have been assigned:
"Value of a Social (Session to s
Lodge" M. E. Sweeney, Rock Island.
"Friendship" W. R. Freek. Cor
"Charity" F. H. Schafer, Port By
"Benevolence" George Dureen, Wa
Murphy's orchestra will furnish ma
sic during the dinner hour and foi
dancing afterward. Committees have
been named and are at work. Mem
bers and friends desiring tickets may
call on the following
Moline E. I Taylor, A. T. Kneberg,
George Stoltenberg, C. B. Truxell,
John Petrie. T. O. Murphy.
Rock Island F. W. Larson, Samuel
Wright, Mr. Straby.
Watertown Walter Coates, Robert
Pearsall. Fred HoeslL
Milan Edward Lane, M. McCullocb,
Port Byron R, M. Savage, R. M.
Morgan, Charles Bidllnger.
Cordova James Grelm, Chanel
Grelm, L. H. Reynolds.
Reeptlon Dr. W. L. (Straw of Mo
line, W. H. Lamont of Rock island
D. Y. Allsbrow of Watertown J. W.
Caldwell of Milan; W. B. Ha" f, Port
nyron, Edward Llndell of Coraova.
Arrangement C. V. Johnson. A, F.
Kneberg, E. L. Taylor, T. O. Murphv,
F. D. Holt, C. F. Grants, Jr.
Dance C. B. Truxell, (Elmer Ander
son, Frank Kessel, Gust Pfelffer,
Charles Saunders, Marcus Grants.
Mr. Vaughn will arrive In the cttv
Monday evening and he will be en
tertained the forenoon of the 11th with
an auto rids about the three cities.
Members of R, I. Chapter No. 18, R. A.
M. Attention I
All members are requested to at
tend the funeral of deceased compan
ion, Henry E- Krell. to be held at U
home,- 716 Seventeenth street, Friday
afternoon at 4 p. m.
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