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THE ROCK ISEAKD 'ARGUS. FRIDAY, JULY 7, 1911.
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Child Severely Burned. The condi
tion of Miio Coffman, the 10-year-old
son of Dr. and Mrs. B. Coffman, 1629
Main street, who was severely Injured
Fourth of July morning about 9 o'clock
is slightly improved today. The lad
had a stick of punk in bis right hand,
and in reaching to his pocket for fire
crackers set his clothes afire and was
badly burned on the right side. Mrs.
Coffmrm, -who was sitting on ths
Porch at the time, observed the acci
dent and with the assistance of sev
eral neighbors who were attracted by
the little boy's cries extinguished the
Horse Killed By Uve Wire. If
George Costo of Bettendorf had turned
a few feet to the north or somh Wed
nesday night while driving past the
intersection of East River and College
avenue, it is probable he would have
been killed by a live wire hanging
from a People's Light company pole.
As it was Mr. Costo's horse was sacri
Seed to save his life. The animal was
struck by the wire and died instantly.
Mr. Costo notified the light company
and a lineman was sent out immediate
ly to repair the break. Mr. Costo rode
to his home on the car, and the dea
horse was removed by the city scav
enger before daylight.
Confesses to Shooting. Richard
Zahmt, 127 West Seventh 6treet, ac
cused of accidentally shooting Mrs.
Dorohea Jarchow in the arm Tuesday
afternoon, has confessed to the police
The confession was made Wednesday
afternoon to detectives. Zahrnt said
that he, had been sitting In a ha'u
mock lntthe yard of his home, shooting
at a sh-d with an old model Spring
She Broke Down Entirely.
Lantz. W. Va. Mrs. Tebe Hal
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some time, and at labt I broke down
entirely. I got so weak I could
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field army lifle. He fired six shot, be
said. Zahrnt will be held pending the
result of the shot to Mrs. Jarchow.
Police Justice Louis Roddewig said
that & charge of manslaughter would
be filed against him if the wound Is
fatal. If she recovers, he will nave
to face only a charge of -criminal care
lessness. Mrs. Jarchow condition is
still serious, but there Is little danger,
it Is said, unless the wounded arm
become infected with gangrene.
Obituary Record. George Preston
pa 8 sed away Wednesday evening at
Mercy hospital at 8 o'clock, follow
ing a short illness. Little Is known
of his past life or of he existence of
relatives, but his parents have been
located at Spring Valley, Wis., and
have been notified.
Charles Peterson, for 13 years fore
man of the barn of the Trvcity Con
struction company at 1111 East River
street, was found dead in his bed at
the bam at 5:30 o'clock Wednesday
evening by J. Molyneaui and CUud-j
Lincoln, employes of the company. Llr.
Peterson has been ailing for several
days and this, with the intense heat,
probably caused his death. Coroner
F. E. Rudolph was notified and In
structed to take charge of the body.
Little is known of Mr. Peterson as
he was always reticent concerning his
affairs. It is said that he had relatives
residing in Michigan and an endeavor
will be made to communicate with
them. No inquest will be held.
Juergen F. Brandt, veteran of tne
Franco-Prussian war of 1870. and cne
of the respected German citizens of
Davenport, died Wednesday evening
about 6:15 o'clock as the result of be
ing overcome by the heat. He had
been suffering with rheumatism fcr
some time and was confined to his
bed. Ab a result the heat was almost
unbearable to him and he collapsed
about 5 o'clock, from the heat, and his
death followed in a short time. He
was 65 years, one month and 29 days
of age at the time of his death, lie
was born May S, 1846 in Bovenan,
Rendsburg, Holetein, Germany. Sur
viving him are his widow, Mrs. Jo
hanna Maria Brandt, four children.
Mrs. Dora Welzenbach, Rudolph Brandt
Adolph Brandt and Mrs. Nettie Lunau,
and a son-in-law, p. H. Lunau. There
are also three grandchildren, Ray
mond, Leon a and Harold Welzenbach,
three brothers and two sisters. Chris
tian and Carl Brandt, and Mrs. Chris
tina" Tborsen. The funeral will be
held Saturday afternoon at 2 o'clock,
from the home, 824 West Second
street, and the body will be inclnera.ed
in the Davenport crematorium.
Mrs Mary Gilheney, an old resident
of Davenport, died last Wednesday
night at 11 o'clock at Mercy hospital
where she had made her home for tSe
past fifteen years. Mrs. Gilheney was
79 years old and was born In CouDty
Leithrlm, Ireland. She came to Amer
ica at an early age and lived first in
Rhode Island, where she was marri?d
at Providence to Patrick Gilheney.
They came west soon aftr wards aid
They came west soon afterwards and
died about 25 years ago.
Wednesday afternoon at 1:30 o'clock
at the Mercy hospital, following a lin
gering iUness, occurrred the death of
Norris L. Palmer. He was born In
Westport, Canada. In the year 1841,
from any other hose. First, a
and came to Devenport In the year
1893, where be resided up until 11
years ago, when his wife died,, and he
went to Pleasant Valley to reside
with his son, William Palmer.
Mrs. Bertha Grama died suddenly at
her home 529 Perry street yesterday
morning at 11:30 o'clock of heart dis
Mrs. Dorette Delfs passed away at
the home of her sister. Mrs. WUheV
mina Rltter, 1047 West Third street,
Wednesday evening at 6:15 o'clock,
after a short Illness. She was born
In Germany, September 7, 1S40.
Miss Jean Lewis has returned
home to Iowa City after a visit here
with Miss M. Walsh.
Mrs. J. A. Johns is visiting her
parents and other relatives end
friends at Buchanan, Mich., and also
relatives at Brooklyn, Iowa.
Gas mains are being laid In the
alleys for the purpose of providing
the residents with g&s for cooking
and lighting purposes. The mains
are to be completed In 90 days.
Will Emmeret has as his guest
D. Emmeret and family of Blue Is
land. Mrs. Verne Wolf is enjoying a vis
it from Miss Crawford and" Mrs. M.
Little of Boston, Mass.
The railraod shops here closed
from Friday evening till Wednesday
morning so the railroad workmen
could celebrate the Fourth.
Mrs. W. C. Daily and chllden are
visiting at Bennett, Iowa.
W. Hohson will spend July with
relatives at Lyons, Iowa, and vicin
ity. A number of young people of Sil
vis and the tii-citles were entertain
ed at the Harry Hill home by Miss
Florence Altman and Mark Hill
Wednesday evening. 'Games and
music were the diversions. Lunch
Mrs. J. Paden and children are
visiting at Burlington, Iowa,
R. C. Killey and family are vlsitr
ing relatives at Stuart, Iowa.
Mrs. W. H. Hobson is enjoying a
visit from her sister, Miss. Ida
Thompson of Clinton, Iowa.
Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Hockman are
visiting in Colorado and -Kansas.
Mrs. Charles Reece of Iowa City
returned to her home Saturday morn
ing after a visit here with here sister,
Mrs. S. A. Stephens of Fifth street.
Rev. E. W. Thompson and wife
and Miss Ora Redmond have return
ed home from the Epworth league
convention at Lafayette, Ind.
Mrs. W. C. Bally and children ae
visiting relatives at Benton, Iowa. .
Ethel Bradetedter and mother
have returned home from a visit at
Myra Nichols is visiting relatives
at Cable. . j
Mrs. E. L. Scott paid a visit toj
her daughter, Mrs. Glen Walker, at
Sheffield last week.
Special patriotic services were
held in the park last Sunday even
ing, conducted by Rev. E. W.
Thompson of the Methodist church.
Mrs. C. Reed is slowly recovering
from a severe attack of Brigbt's dis
J. H. Leasure spent' the Fourth at
Margaret Leasure returned home
from a two weeks' visit with Miss
Winnifred Whiteside and other
friends and also relatives In Joslin,
Hillsdale and vicinity Tuesday even
Almond Hamilton is here from
New York city to visit his aunt. Mrs.
Rev. Mr. Buel will preach on
"Reclamation" at the Congregational
church at 2:30 p. m. Sunday,
L. F. Baker was reelected as di
rector of Hampton cemetery asso
ciation Monday evening.
Miss Gladys Underwood has come
home from the hospital.
Miss Mildred Cloidt Is in Keokuk,
Iowa, to remain with relatives
Hampton baseball club met defeat
at the bands of the Rock Island In
dependents In a game played July 4
on Campbell's Island.
Douglas S. Buffum of Seaton, 111.,
has been spending a few days with
his mother, Mrs. Ruey Buffum, sis
ter, Mrs. M. E. Whitehead, and other
relatives In this village.
Miss Clara Edelman was here
from Bars tow recently spending a
few days with home people.
Rev. H. Norton of Muscatine deliv
ered a splendid sermon, at the Baptist
church Sunday morning and evening to
a very appreciative audience. Rev. Mr.
Norton will preach again in two weeks.
Mrs. William Peitsch is suffering an
attack of rheumatism.
Several young people from this vi
cinity spent July 4 in Rock Island at
the Watch Tower.
Quite a number from here attended
the celebration at Castle's grove. All
report a fine time. A party was given
In the evening at the home of Albert
Steamer Morning Star to
St. Paul Every Saturday at
3:15 p. m. Phone West 188.
Moider Fail to Hold Outing For
the first time in 13 years molders of
Mollne failed to hold their annual pic
nic. July 5. Thirty-three years ago
this custom of holding their annual
outing on the day following Independ
ence day was inaugurated. Moider
an over the country have generally
observed this day. Eighteen years ago
the Mollne molders were unable to
hold their outing and missed two an
nual picnics. Since then until this
year the annual, event has takqn place
on the scheduled time, usually at
Central park. Reason for cancellation
this year was due to the fact that
many of the molders are out of work.
He Will Not Run Away In Girls
Garb. Dressing a boy in girl's
clothes to prevent him from runniug
away Is a plan adopted by those In
charge of Bethany home. Yesterday
afternoon, Arthur Nance, aged nine
TM.ro. climbed over the enclosure
about the home and ran away. He
was missed at 4:30 and the police of
Moline and Rock Island were asked to
watch for him. In the evening the
boy's father located the lad in one of
the railway stations. He was returned
to the home and dressed in girl
clothes. Since then he has evinced a
rienirA to remain bv himself and will
not appear before the gaze of his piay
Obituary Record. Isaac Davis, 162
Ninth avenue, died at the city ho'
pital yesterday from typhoid fever. He
had been ill a week. He had resided
in Moline but a "short time, coming
here from Wilkesboro, N. C. where he
wan born 21 vears aso. He leaves
his mother and a sister In that city
The remains will be sent Saturday
morning to Wilkesboro.
Violate Milk Ordinance. Summons
have been served on C. O. Campboi!
proprietor of the Arlington hotel, and
V. M. Phelps, proprietor of Vic's cate;
to appear before Police Magisttrate
Gustafson July 12. Complaints were
filed by the city, charging these men
with violation of the milk ordinance,
Their arrest is the outgTowth of the
milk test made recently by the ci y
authorities. The test showed that the
milk dispensed by them was not up
to the standard required by the stnte
Dredae Boat Sinks. Dredge boat
No. 6 of the government Eeet in -lie
Moline harbor was struck by lightning
Wednesday evening and sunk opposite
Twenty-fifth street, close to the wlug
dam. The crew escaped without in
Jury. A charge of dynamite had j'ist
been removed from the dredge beat
into one of the small power boats
nearby. One charge had been explod
ed in the water a few minutes previous.
That the boat was not blown to atom
is considered a miracle.
Bov Attacked By Dogs. Harold
O'Brien, aged 10, living at 2003 Twenty
second avenue, was savagely attacked
Wednesday afternoon by two dogs
owned by Mrs. Peter Styvaert of 2)14
Nineteenth street. The lad, in com
pany with a companion, Bert Brown,
was crossing the Styvaert yard when
he was attacked by the dogs. The
boy's right leg and hand, and left arm
were badly chewed. The attending
physician says that several large aDd
ragged holes were torn In the flesh.
He does not anticipate any serious re
sults as it is not thought that the dogs
were mad. The two boys had been In
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What you seed Is something to stir
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Schlitz was brewed first in a hut over
sixty years ago. Now our output exceeds
a million barrels a year. Our agencies dot
More and more people every year are de
manding Schlitz Schlitz in Brown Bottles.
In our brewery we spend more on purity in time in
skill in money than on any other cost in our brewing.
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.-
If you knew what we know about beer, you would
say, "Schlitz Schlitz in Brown Bottles."
That Made Mi
structed hy a woman to call an officer
to arrest a drunken man who was try
Ing to enter-a neighbor's barn. In their
baste to reach a telephone they "cut
through Styvaert's yard. The matter
was reported to the poc. but H. J.
O'Brien, father of tbe boy asked that
the dogs be not shot for a few daya
till it is seen whether rabies develops
Rev. Alexander Smith of Rock Is
land gave an inspiring patriotic ad
dress in Aledo Sunday evening at the
airdome, which was greatly enjoyed
by all who heard it.
Mrs. William Valentine and two
daughters left Monday for Mountain
Air, N. M., for a stay of indefinite
Mr. and Mrs. Fted Egbert and baby
of Toulon and Bert Crawford of Des
Moines, Iowa, who were called here by
the death of Mrs. R. C. Green, left
Monday for their homes.
Mrs. William Rose and son Robert
went to Klrkwood Monday to attend
the funeral services of Mrs. Rose's un
cle, George Baldwin.
Dean and Mrs. W. R. Wood man see
of the William and Vashti college fac
ulty left for Zlonsville, Ind., for their
Mrs. Julia Merryman of Oberlln,
Ohio, and S. J. Bolton of Alpha con
cluded a short visit with Mr. Bolton's
sons, leaving Monday for Alpha.
Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Bassett and little
daughter left Monday for Chicago to
take a trip on the lake before their
return to Kansas City,
Miss Minnie Gustafson left Monday
for Urban a, 111., to spend a few days
camping with her brother and a party
Rev. Oswald Helsing of Albion, Ind.,
who acted as a supply minister In the
fTesbyierlan church at Millersburg,
left Monday for his home.
Mrs. William Rankin and daughter,
Miss Eva, left Monday for Industry to
spend a few days at the home of Dr.
and Mrs. Steele McCreiabL
Master Edgar Thompson left Satur
day for his home in Biggsville. Ha
has been visiting here at the home of
his aunts, the Misses Thompson, a
Justice and Mrs. G. A. Cooke and
son returned Saturday from a pleasant
outing on th Illinois river.
Mrs. C. W. Detwiler left Wednesday
for a visit in Bushnell.
Rev. T. S. Pktenger, pastor of the
M. E. church of Aledo, made the pa
triotic address at the celebration held
in Reynolds Tuesday.
Mrs. Lizzie Ferguson and daughter
of Clearfield. Iowa, who have spent a
few days with Mrs. Julia McCrelght,
left Monday for their borne.
Over 160 tickets were sold over the
Rock Island Southern Tuesday for the
8 o'clock car. The greater part of the
passengers were going to Rock Island.
Mrs. E. M, Bateman and family of
Edgington, who have been here visit
ing at tbe home of F. M. Bateman, left
Wednesday for their home.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Scannell and lit
tle daughter left Wednesday for Ke
wanee after a visit of a few days with
W. H. Bartlett left Tuesday for Can
ton, Kan., to spend a few days on a
Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Vallle left this
week for Kansas City, Mo., on an ex
Vrs. Clara McLaughlin left Wednes
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day for a few days' visit in Galesburs,
after which she will spend a few days
in Denver, Col"
Misses Uitha Plttenger and Mary
Marsh returned Monday to Macomb to
resume their studies at tie normal
Miss Mildred Henderson returned
Tuesday from Itlpley, Ohio, where sha
has been visiting a fe wdays.
Mr. and Mrs. Roy West have gone
to Jamestown, N. Y., to visit Mrs.
West's parents a few days.
Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Baker, who have
been here visiting Mrs. Anna Baker
and family, left Tuesrlay evening for
their home In Burlington, Iowa.
Miss Bessie Minor went to Roc to
Island for a short stay after which
she attended the Epworth league
convention at Lafayette.
Tbe body of Mrs. Z. Mills was
brought to Aledo from Chicago for
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