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THE ROCK ISE&ND MRGTTS. SATURDAY. JULY 8, 191T.
ing. On Monday the choirs will hold
an all-day picnic at Campbell's Island.
Want Saner Fourth. An ordinance
prohibiting the sale as well aj the dis
charge of cannon and giant firecrack
ers will probably be passed by the dry
council within a short time. The may
or and commissioner of public health,
and safety hae the matter under con
sideration. The present . ordinance
only prohibits the discharge of cannon
and giant firecrackers.
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Fined for Shooting, A fine of $100
and costs for the random discharge of
a rifle was imposed upon Richard
Zairnt, 727 "Wettf. Eleventh street, yes
terday morning by Police Judge Louis
Roddewig. Zahrnt pleaded guilty to
firing the rifle from which a bullet
struck Mrs. Dorothea Jarchow In the
arm Tuesday afternoon.
Caught Between Car. G. B. rower
was removed to St. Luke's hospital,
Davenport, Thursday afternoon In the
police ambulance snflezjng from an ac
cident which occurred at Third and
Taylor streets. He was caught between
two freight cars and his legs were
Buys Business Blocks JosephtFlelsh
man, the well. known Davenport' cloth
ier, 108 East Second street, has pur
chased the-ibasiness block at 305 .Wesi
Second street from Dr. Karl Voltaer;
consideration. $25,000. Mr. Fleishman
does not inttmd to erect a new build
ing, making the purchase merely for
an Investment. "
Breaks Her ' Arm. Mrs. Nellie Has
eon, 415 West Second street fell down
the rear steps at her home yesterday
while carrying ajpail of water;and suf
fered a. broken atrm.
isane : Forger Committed. After
leaving a bearing by the board of in
sanity commissioners Thursday after-
uoon atvthe court house William Jab n,
accused of pasdJng worthless checks
in EMridfc and other towns, was or
dered committed to Mercy hospital for
Near Death in River. Henry Eull, a
man who has -Resided in the city tout a
f.aort time, fell ,into the river at; the
ii ot of Scott stivet yesterday ntoon
a:id was pulled out just in time to pre
vent his drowning.
Appointed Collector. Fred C. Naewe
has been appointed colSector of delin
quent persoual taxes in Scott county.
The appointment was made by County
"reasurer -Hon Luet j? and was coeiflrm
ej by the board of supervisors. He
wlllDiia h'"duties in a shont time.
Well Along in .Years. Mrs.V R- NT.
Cardozo, mother "of kIrd- Ben Raphael,
903 Perry str-t, waw" SI yeara old
Wednesday, and the ent was not
overlooked by her family and .frinds.
who called during the day to ex lend
their congratulations and well wlshtti.
Overcome by Heat. Otto Witt pt
the firm of Witt & Lembrecht. whe
went with the party Sunday morning
to Ills home, where It Is thought he
Auto Hits Boy, Arthur Proksch, re
siding at 1823 West Fourth street, was
struck by an auto Thursday evening
and badly bruised. The machine was
driven by .w. C. Von. who was travel
ing slowly at the time. The little boy
jumped directly In front of the ma
chine, but fortunately escaped with
only a few bruises, no hones being
Obituary Record, Mrs. Mary Peck
passed away at her home, 415. Lincoln
avenue, Thursday afternoon at 8: IS
o'clock, after a lone Illness, :aged 60
years, 6 months and 12 days. She was
born In Indianapolis. Ind, Dec, 24.
1850. She Is survived by her husband,
Charles Lyman Peck; one son, Will H.
Peck of Chicago, and one daughter,
Mrs. Clyde C. In man of 'Davenport.
The remains were taken to Decorah
Mrs. Dora Bhmk. aged 79 years, died
at Mercy hospital- Thursday afternoon
at 2 o'clock after a lingering Illness.
She had been a resident of Davenport
for the past 48 years, having come to
America and direct to Davenport In
1853. She was born In Holateln, Ger
many, In 1832. She leaves one daugh
ter. Miss .Catherine Bfrmk of this city.
Mrs. Margaret Cotter all, wife of
Abraham Cotzerall and-one of the old
est residents of the city, passed away
Thursday night at 11 o'clock at the
home, 1739 West Third street, after a
short, illness. She was born In County
Clalne. Ireland, and came to America j
in 1S51. In 1856 she was married to
Abraham Cotterall and had lived here ,
ever since. She is survived by her
husband; one son,, John M. Cotterall
of, Dee. Moines, and' one daughter, Mrs.
H. H. Sievers of St. Louis. The fu
neral will be held; from the residence,
with services at 8o'clock at St. Mary's
church, Sunday morning. Inferment
will be made at 'Holy Family ceme
tery. At her home, 1356 West Second
street, yesterday morning occurred the
death of Mrs. Clana Langbehn. after a
short illness of heart trouble. She was
born in Davenport In the year 1865.
Her husband, Charles Langbehn, and
one brother. Otto .Bergfeld, and one
ister, Mrs. Charles Buck of Daven
port, survive her. The funeral will be
hefd Sunday? afternoon .from the home
of he 8ister..Mrs. Buck, 225 Ainsworth
Olson left for Chicago, Owen, Wis.,
and St. Paul
Ben Metzenbach of South Bend,
Ind.. Is visiting his sister, Mrs. Clou.
Eva Wiggins returned home from
Chicago where she has been attend
ing Lake Forest college.
Mr. .and i Mrs. Fred; Mosher and
children., of Central Cty, Iowa, are
visiting rwitli. tha former's panents,
ilr. and JUrs. William Mosher.
Frank Carroll and daughter Vlv-j Hock River,
lan of Chicago, called:-on his aunt,
Mrs. Ruge Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Kent ane parents of
J. Schmidt and family are visiting
Mrs. W. D. Chapman has returned
home from a brief visit At Orion.
Miss Lorraine Karr of -Port Byron
visited with her slater, Mrs. Gel sen
hag en, last week.
George Nichols and family were paid
a visit recently by D. Stephens and
family, OollinsvUle. 111.
Mrs. William Marshall and two
children, Kenneth and Emma, arrived
here from Cleveland, Ohio. Mr.
Marshall has beem working at the new
shops here for several weeks and will
move into a residence on Fifth street
Earl Hall will spend the summer
at Lyons, Iowa.
Mrs. C. Rough is visiting Peoria.
Mr. annd Mrs. Richardson of Sav
anna spent the Fourth with friend-j
and relatives here.
Mesdames Mier and Kane enjoyed a
visit from Mrs. Ed Kane and the
Misses Mary and Alice Kane of Colona.
A. A. Fry and family have as guests
his brother David and family of Kes
C. Peterson and C. Lee and family
of Sheffield visited at the Peterson and
Penick homes here' last week.
Mrs. L. E. Scott entertained her
daughter, Mrs. Glen Walker, of Shef
Mrs. R. Klinkenberger entertained
a number of little girls In honor of
her sister, Francis. Six o'clock supper
was served and the little host re
ceived Bome very pretty gifts. She do-
parts soon for California.
Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Klinkenberger
celebrated their third wedding anni
versary by Inviting in 30 of their
friends. Dancing and cards formed the
Roma Osborne Is spending the sum
mer at Princeton, Iowa, with relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. L. Hampson had as
Fourth of July guests F. Henntgan anc
W. Gamley and families of Carbon
F. McKendrlck and family have as
their guest Miss Martha Horton ot
F. Hall has returned home from
F. Wanless has arrived home from
a several months visit In Wisconsin.
Mrs. C. Crossley was paid a visit
by her niece. Helen Flynn and mother,
Mrs. Rose Flynn, of Waterloo, Iowa.
Mrs. H. Hill Brent the past ween
with her boys at Camp Elm Hill on
to Dubuque to attend the races July j. baby girl born Wednesday,
4. 5 and 6. was overcome by the ex-! Mrs. Hodge of Detroit is visiting-! bowels
cessive heat while iu that cily and y with her father,. Fred Boulter.
was brought home on a Milwaukee i Mr .and. Mrs- Albert Danfelson anl
He was taken aon Jonas and, Mr. and Mrs. Charles
train at noon yesterday.
Catherine Bull Is quite 111.
Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver
Tablets gently stimulate the liver aid
to expel poisonous matter.
cleanse the system, cure constipa
tion and sick headache. Sold by all
Testing the Milk. Dr. C. E. Craw
ford, state board of health Inspector.
Is In the city on a tour of Inspection
and working up a system with the local
board of health whereby there wfll be
a decrease in the death rate of babies
from cholera infantum derived from
impure milk. Dr. Crawford said: "My
visit at the present time In this city ia
to look up the present sanitary condi
tion of the city In regard to milk san
itation. The death rate of babies can
be reduced and we are going to see
that It Is done."
Must Muzzle Dogs. Because of the
hot weather the danger from mad dogs
Is imminent and because of that fact
Mayor Carlson has issued a proclama
tion to the effect that chapter 10, sec
tion 7, of the city ordinances, relating
to the muzzling of dogs, must be en
forced. TJp to date the police have
been called upon to shoot four dogs
thought to be affected by hydrophobia.
After the Railroads. Mayor Carlson
has written to the railroads passing
Jhrough the city to have the street
crossing repaired. The planking on
many crossings is worn down and It
is dangerous for vehicles to cross the
Iceman Saves Another- Charles Car
uthers. employed by the Miller Ice
company and living at 1825 Twenty
third avenue, while saving his working
partner from serious injury was Injur
ed himself. The two were unloading
some Ice, when a pick from the side of
the wagon fell. Caruthers seeing that
it would injure his partner, made a
grab at It, and in doing so made a very
bad gash In his right thumb.
Colored Chauffeur Fined. Edwin
Godman, colored chauffeur for W. L.
Velie, was arrested yesterday on a
charge of violating the speed ordin
ance. He committed' the offense the
forenoon of the 4th while on his way
to the country. He entered a plea of
guilty and was fined $12.05.
To Reimburse City. Through an
oversight the library board was paid
too much money last year by the for
mer municipal administration, and
Thursday the members of the board
and the city commissioners held a con
ference, at which time the matter of
reimbursing the city was discussed.
The matter will be definitely settled
at a meeting of the library board next
Tuesday night. The amount is about
Swedish Songfest Sunday. The fifth
annual songfest of the Swedish Baptist
choirs of Burlington, Monmouth, Gales
burg and Moline will be held in thia
city Sunday. More than 60 people,
members of the church choirs of these
cities, will be present. Three musical
programs will be given In the local
church morning, afternoon and even-
RINGLINGS ON THE WAY
Will Give Two Exhibitions in Mo
line, Thursday, July 27.
It Is announced that Ringllng Broth
ers'" world's greatest shows will give
two performances In Moline, Saturday,
July 27. The performances win be tha
same as those presented in the Coli
seum at Chicago and Madison Square
Garden. New York. The Ringllng
nave an all-feature show. Not content
with owning the biggest and best cir
cus in the world, they have kept on
growing and improving. It is the!
poilcy to grow and Improve. They
cannot help it They are still yotmg
men and not at all content to rest -jo,
past glories. Perfection is their aim.
They have practically attained It The
foreign agents of the show are an
unusually energetic and progress!
set of men. They have stripped En
rope and Asia of all its best talent for
this year's tour of America. And fate
was kind to them. Last winter wsi
an unusually productive season in leu-
sope in the way of novelties. They
were all secured. The cost of this
Importation of talent would have
bankrupt any other show In America.
Meantime in the tropics of South
America, India and Africa, squads of
trappers searched the forests, jungles
and everglades in search of curiosities,
in Africa the chieftains of several
tribes were induced to leave their pp
pie behind and help to entertain ths
United States. Also a great many
curious specimens of animal life fell
into the nets of the expedition. In
India a capture was made in a single
day that is almost priceless. It Is Tiny
Tom Tinker, the smallest elephant
ever seen. From early last fall up to
the first thaws of spring an army of
Italian and French artists and prop
erty builders worked night and day in
the foreign workshops of the show at
Stoke-on-Trent England, devising and
building the new equipment which is
this year displayed free upon the
streets of every city visited. It
the grandest spectacle ever presented
by a circus. It costs enough money
to buy any other show. It Is a pictor
ial history of the world, peopled with
1,280 men, women and children from
every corner of the earth. This won
derful organization is hauled frora
town to town on eighty-five 60-fort
railroad cars, making a train over
mile in length. The train is divided
in five sections. The daily expenso
of the show are $7,500. There are 83-)
horse. 1.000 wild animals. It takes
fourteen acres of canvas to house this
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Real Estate Transfers.
Somers & Beverlin to Adolph
Kohlhammer, lot 9, block 6, Steph
enson, now city or iocjc lsisna.
Mary E. Whitehead to Joey Peter
son, tract in S. y S. W. section 8-
Sarah A. Lawson to August E. Jo
hanson, lot 1, block 1, Guyer's sec
ond addition to Rock Island, $3,000.
Theodore Bornhoeft to John H. Fish
er, lot 4, block 2, Radden's 1st addi
tion to East Moline, $326.
Babcock & Jackson to Drury A
Babeock, lot 4, Jackson & Babcoek's
addition, Moline, $376.
W. L. Velie to Carl T. Larson, lot
151, Emma D. Velie's addition Mo
Amanda McNealy to Robert Q.
Pearce, lots 7, 8, Riverview Terrace
addition, Rock Island, $1.
Carl Drelle to Axel W. Swan, tract
in east section 35-18-lw, $2,250.
P. A. Barber et al. to Albert F.
Lockhart, tract W. S. E. hi N.
E. hi section 3-1 7-1 W., tract E. hi
S. E. M section 3-17-1W.. $8,000.
Anna & Nels Andren to Kathryn
Swan, lot 16, Hitchcock Place, Mo
John DeWittoner to Anna O. Kirk
man, part lot 11, W. E. Bailey's
ninth street addition. Rock Island,
E. A. Philleo by master, to Frank
A. Bchafer, part outlot 18, section
24-19-1E, (Master's deed).
Witherspoon & Erickson to Nannie
and Carl Anderson, lot 3, block 2, 8.
W. Wheelock's addition, Moline,
Charles Aswege to Axel Hawkin
son. lot 4, Aswege addition, Moline,
Charels Dlbbern to Ralph H.
Souders, lot 15. block 2, C. H. Dick
sen's 1st addition. Sears. $300.
. Conrad Maisel to Albert G. Cram
er, lot 7 and lot 1, 12. 17, 33. sec
tion 1-1 7-2 W. Also 2 acres W. hi
N. E. hi 31-22-2E. Also tract N.
W. N. E. section 31-22-2E., $1.00.
Jessie W. Barrett to F. H. Wright,
lot 20. block 2. Black Hawk addl-
ltion. Rock Island. $1,500.
Mary A. Vogel to Max D. Rosen
field, lots 3, 4, all lot 5. S. Keator's
subdivision, lots 2, 3, block 2, David
M. Pender's addition. Rock Island.
Robert E. Rose to James Kapan
tals, lot 4, block 178, East Mellae,
Henjw I Cerboth to W. T. fbe,
lot 11, block lTi. nw She as addi
ction. Eats Moline, $400.
j Jacob Stofft to Jules DeSmedt. lot
10. block 2. Stromer's addition,
I George B. Wittlck's addition, Moline,
! Alois Ryckeyhem to Emlel Daow,
j lot IS, block 176, East Moline, $1,500.
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Studebaker Pleasure and Commercial Electric Vehicles.
Tri-City Agency. sjt
E. D. FISHER, 306 Best building, Rock Island, III.
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i rttViBVkS AUTO CO.
ir2ECTRIC 1708 Third Arenne
i a All makes of automobiles repaired. !!
Phone West 191. !s
ELBERT G. DON
Phone West 394.
1516 Fourth Avenue.
L P. STRAYER
1516 Fourth Avenue
Phone West 394
LIKELY y WRAY
Boom 4 State Bank Building.
Call West 1621 or 715-L.
For Sale by
Trevor Motor Co.
. ACCESSORIES AND REPAIRS.
Call West 1510.' 316-320 Eighteenth Street.
Independent Auto Tire Repair Shop
L. A. DYSON, Proprietor.
All kinds of auto tire repair work.
1M East Seventeenth Btreei. x
Old Phone West 1020.
Rock Island Auto and Livery
2309 Third Avenue.
GENERAL REPAIRING AND AUTO SUPPLIES.
Agency for the
Old Phone West 4.
J. W. SCHAUM, Proprietor.
WILLIAM H. BOLLES
2412 Third AVI
Expert Tire Repairing
CALL WEST 1351.