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THE ROCK ISEAND rAKGT7S, FRIDAY. TUTJT 14, 1911.
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Engine Derailed. As Rock IsUni
passenger train No. 8, east bound, waa
coming Into Daren port yesterday
morning, the engine , was derailed and
the train delayed an hour. So one was
hurt and none of the coaches left the
Masons Plan Picnic. July 27 will be
a gala day for the local Masons. The
occasion frill be the big annual picnic
at Suburban Island. The committee
on arrangements held a business ses
sion on the island Wednesday evening
and outlined plans for the day. Cars
will be taken to the park early In the
morning and from 9 until 12 o'clock
the time will be devoted to a generpl
Build New Warehouse. The con
tract for the new six-story warehouse
of the SickleB & Preston company, iu
be erected at the northeast corner cf
Rock Island and Fifth streets at an
estimated cost of $75,000, was let yes
terday to the Trl-City Construction
company. Ground will be broken at
once. The building, which is of con
crete and steel construction through
out, has a 75-foot frontage on Fifth
street and 122 feet on Rock Island
Fights a Burglar. William Stein
ecke, aged 65. is in St. Luke's hospital,
suffering from severe injuries as a re
sult of an encounter at 1:30 yesterday
morning with a robb r. Mr. Steinecke
lives alone on the Blue Grass road one
and one-half miles west of Davenport.
He was awakened suddenly and n
the moonlight he taw a man standing
at the head of his bed. He jumped
out "of bed and grappled with the in
truder. He fought bitterly to ove--power
the robber, but a "billy" was
used effectively and the robber es
Find for Assault. The case of trie
state of Iowa against Mrs. Lizzie N6
bit of Le Claire, in which she was
charged with assault and battery on
the person of Mrs. Grace Culver, also
of LeClalre. was heard by Justice
Maines Wednesday afternoon and the
defendant was fined 1 and coats.
Obituary. Charles R. Smith dl'd
resterday morning at his home, 114,S
Bast Third street, aged 38 years, after
having been 111 for the past four
months. He was born in Chatham.
Ontario, Canada, Oct. 8, 1872. He has
been a resident of Davenport for the
paat nine years. He is survived by
two brothers, George B. of Chicago
and William of Lawrence, Mass. The
funeral will be held Saturday morning
with services at the home at 9 o'clock,
nd will be conducted by the Eagles
Burial will take place at Oakdale.
Mrs. Catharine F. Hynes Vrooman
died suddenly Wednesday about
noon at the home of her son. Georgia
C Vrooman, 2119 Fulton avenue, after
having suffered a. number of years
from dropsy. She was found dead In
bar chair where she had been sitting
tear a table writing a letter. Mrs.
Rosy as a Girl.
Summit. N. C. In a letter re
ceived from this place J. W. Church,
the notary public, says: "My wife
had been ailing for nearly 12 years
from female ailments and at times,
waa unable to leave the house. She
offered agony with her side and
back. We tried physicians, for years
without relief. After these treat
metate all failed, she took Cardui.
and gained In weight at once. Now
be la red and rosy aa a school girl."
Cardui as a tonic for women, has
brought remarkable results. It re
lieves pain and misery and la the
Ideal tonic for young and old. Try
U At druggists.
Don't Stay in All Day
Just because there's a washing to be
done. You can put your clothes to
soak, go away and leave them, and
when you return they'll be clean, if
All you have to do is to rub them a very little,
then rinse and hang out. You save hours of
hard labor over a wash board and steaming
boiler. Any woman can do her own
washing if she has Peosta. It gets the
dirt. . Spares clothes and you. 5c a cake, fire in a
carton, 25c. t Money back if not pleased. On these
terms every woman should try it. All grocen.
Vrooman waa 7t years of age, having
been born April 26, 1835. at sea, while
her parents were on their way to this
country. The family home waa in New
York. She was married to George
L. Vrooman In 1854, and was the'
mother of six children. Charles A.,
of Mcdure. N. Y, George E. and Wil
liam F. of Davenport, Mrs. Mary E.
Blackman, Oquage Lake, N. Y., Steph
en A. of Greene, N. Y and Mrs. Myra
E. Bliss, Brisben. N. Y. She is also
survived by 28 grandchildren and twj
Ben Hsigh of Anamosa, Iowa, vis
ited with his sister. Mrs. George Law
son of Cable.
Mr. Dave Stephens and wife of Col
linsville and niece, Grace Had dick are
visiting relatives in Cable, Sherrard
and Mathers ville.
Ralph Bolton and family of Buxtoa
Iowa, came Sunday to attend the fun
eral of Mrs. Bolton, sister of Mrs. John
Whipple, who was buried Mondav.
Mr. Isaac Lawson and wife of Perry,
Iowa, are visiting relatives.
Mrs. Clara Baker and daughter,
Tlllie Eldredge of Rock Island came
out Monday and attended the funeral
of Mrs. John Whipple.
Mr. John Ranson and bride of Sil
via, are visiting relatives In Sherrard.
Mrs. John Whipple died at her hone
here July 8, after two days of serious
sickness of inflammation. She was
aged 33 years at the time of her death.
She leaves her husband, a daughter
and two sons, and her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Judd Cox of MathersviU?,
and five brothers, Frank. George Ha-v-ey,
Roland and Willie and her sister,
Tillie at home. Mrs. Ralph Bollou of
Buxton. Iowa, and Mrs. Luther F.n.v
strom of Orion. The funeral was held
at the U. B. C. church. Rev. Mr. Johnson
officiated. The remains were laid to
rest in the Sherrard cemetery.
William Haddick of Anaconda, Mont.,
came Wednesday to see his mother,
Mrs. John Haddick, who is very sick
Mrs. William Ash returned home
Wednesday from Cedar Rapids. Iowa,
where she was called on account of
her mother's death.
Mrs. Ed Kerns and baby returned
home after a visit with her parents
and other relatives at Cardiff and
Mrs. George Bell and children and
Mrs. Floyd Essex and children re
turned home from Canton, 111., wha-j
they had visited Mrs. Hiram Essex.
Miss Amy Erickson left for Kans-ia
to make an extended visit with re'a -
Master Rolland Carey went to Ke
wanee for a visit with relatives.
Misses Alice Stead and Edith Hall
went to Chicago to visit friends.
Mrs. James Blake and daughter of
Chicago came to vieit her parents,
Captain and Mrs. W. A. Lorimer. -
Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Merryman, Dr.
and Mrs. James Wallace, Mr. and Mrs.
E. L. Wolff and Mlsa Elisabeth McCrea
have returned from a month's trip on
the Mississippi river.
Miss Esther Hunt was called home
from Kewanee by the sudden death of
her grandfather. J. J. McGinn! s.
Miss Minnie Gustafson has returned
from Urban a.
Mlse Elisabeth Winders and brother
Will have gone on a six weeks' west
ern trip through Yellowstone park,
and Seattle, Taooma, and Portland, re
turning via Vancouver, Winnipeg, and
Rev. and Mrs. A B. Moody and fam
ily, Mr. and Mrs. 8. R. Amlong and
family. Mr. and Mrs. C A. Haas and
daughter, and Mrs. R. 8. Hoyt and
daughter of Keithsburg have gone for
an extended stay in Elys la, Minn.
Mrs. W. J. Wilson of West Point.
Iowa, who hae been visiting her sister.
Mlsa Mapes, left Tuesday for her
Mrs. L. R. Kellogg and children,
who have spent tiro week with rela
tives, left Tuesday for their home in
Mrs. Mary Chownfng and daughter
Ruth went to Rock Island Tuesday for
a short visit.
Mr. and Mrs. W, H. Philleo and
daughter went to Ataxia for a visit
Mrs. G. C. Tnllar and two children
of East Orange, N. J, who have been
here visiting- her father, William
Wood, left Tuesday for their home.
Misses Opal' and Grace Rader of
New Boston, who have spent a few
days in Rock Island, visited in Aledo
Miss Mary Johnson returned Tuesday
from Chicago, where she has been vis
iting for a few weeks.
John Gray and sister, Mrs. Alfred
Lemon, started Monday for Silver
Creek, Neb., to see their mother, who
is very ill.
Misses Launa Thompson and Lola
Ellison started Monday for Denver,
where they will spend a vacation.
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Thompson left
Monday for Omaha, and later will go
to Cheyenne, Wyo.
Mrs. John Andress and children and
Mrs. Lenore Wlxon of Rockford are
visiting at the home of their parents,
Mr. and Mrs. fy. W. Reed.
The society of King's Heralds is
packing a box of Christmas presents
to be sent to China.
Mrs. Henry Downey and her brot'.ie
Lawrence Lemon of Carthage, III., wen,
to Rock Island Wednesday for a visit.
Miss Deborah Cummins went to
Rock Island Wednesday to visit her
Mrs. R. J. McDonald went to Rock
Island Wednesday to visit her sister,
Mrs. George Gillespie.
Captain and Mrs. A. A. Rice weat
to Galesburg Wednesday for a visit
Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Haglund t,t
Wheatfield, Neb., who have been here
visiting relatives, left Wednesday for
a visit with friends In Alpha.
Miss Etta Bolt left Wednesday for
Stone City, Kansas, to visit her sister,
Mrs. Clifford Graham.
Miss Effle Borklund started Wednes
day for an extended visit with her
sisters who reside in Chicago and in
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Eugene Wind
er have returned from their wedd'ug
trip to Chicago and Winona lake.
They are now at home to their frienis
in this city. v
Miss Ruth Spicer of Davenpor,
came Tuesday for a viBit with Mrs
H. R. Morgan and family.
Mrs. Sarah Grossjean of Rock Is
land, came Tuesday for a visit wUh
her relatives here.
Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Osborn ar.J
daughter returned Tuesday from a five
weeks' vacation spent in Chicago an J
in various parts of Wisconsin.
Mrs. Rinehart of Adair, came for a
visit with her sister, Mrs. R. W. Bol
Miss Huldah Johnson, reader, a 3d
Miss Bernice Peters, pianist, gave a
recital in the M. E. church at Joy
Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Tripp of Rock
Island took the car here Tuesday for
Joy to visit friends. They will also
visit in New Boston.
Mr. and Mrs. John Seaman of Mo
line, left Aledo Tuesday evening for
New Boston to visit their son, a few
Miss Birdie Downey returned Tues
day from Rock Island. She left is the
evening for her home in Joy.
Miss Acbsa Luce of Prairie Cen
ter, III., was a recent guest of Hamp
Miss May Jackson has returned
home from the Tii-city sanitarium.
Mrs. S. , 8. Baker and two girls
were up recently from Reynolds,
guests of friends.
A meeting of the Ladles' Aid so
ciety will be held with Mrs. M. L.
Cook Thursday of this week.
Next Sunday, July 16. at It a. m.,
there will be preaching services at
the Methodist church and services
will be held at the Congregational
church at 2:30 p. m.
Mrs. C. J. H. Hanemaker return
ed the fore part of the week from
New Richmond. Wis., whither she
went some time since to take treat
ment for rheumatism.
J. A. Hopkins was the one man
In Hampton who had apricots on his
place this year.
Gladys and Luclle 8prostoa visited
last week at the home of their grand
parents, Mr. and Mrs. John SprosVa
The booster sociable held at the
Marsh home Wedneedy night of last
week was largely attended.
Misses Grace and Cora, Graves of
Rock Island visited last week at the
home of Oscar Marsh.
Miss Mary Shoemaker of Aledo vis
ited with Miss Nora Whisman,
Miss Ethel Whteman visited with
Miss Vlra PltXenger.
Miss Mary Marsh returned to Mac
omb to resume her studies after s pen-ling
the Fourth at horns.
AH the news aS Che tUa
Velie Company Sued. The Holbrook
Armstrong Iron company, a corpora
tion of Racine. Wis., has filed suit in
the federal court at Peoria against the
Velie Motor Vehicle company of this
city. The suit Is for damages in the
sum of $105,000. Breach of contract,
entailing a loss of $60,000 in profits, is
claimed by the plamtiff.
Four Miles of Sidewalk This Year.
Announcement was made at the city
hall yesterday that the municfpaltty
has carried to completion two-thirds
of the new sidewalk work planned for
the lt-month. If placed end to end
the various stretches of new cement
walks laid within the city limits this
year would cover a distance of four
After Short Weighers. Commission
er Eastman Is considering presenting
an ordinance which will make it possi
ble for a city official to seise a load oi
coal at any opportune time on the
street and have the same taken to a
city scale. Should It be short, the
firm making out the bill of sale will
have to stand the consequences.
Stop Can Rushing. Yesterday the
police were given orders to immediate
ly notify all saloon keepers that they
should help the municipality to put a
stop to parents sending their children
into saloons after anything to drink.
Many parents have the habit of send
ing their children to thirst emporiums
to purchase refreshments and Commis
sioner Eastman believes it ought to be
Install Public Fountain. At a meet
ing of the board of Mission tabernacle
Wednesday evening it was definitely
decided that the church will install a
bubbling drinking fountain at the cor
ner of Tenth street and Fifth avenue.
The fountain will be installed at the
expense of the congregation, but the
city commissioners have assured the
church that expense of ice for cooling
purposes will be shouldered by the
municipality. The city will also fur
nlsh water free.
Navals Leave Tomorrow. Moline
division, naval reserves, will leave to
morrow evening for Chicago, where
they will embark on the training ship
Dubuque for the annual cruise through
the great lakes. It is expected that 40
men from Moline will make the trip.
Junior Lieutenant Oscar C. Strand will
be in charge of the local division on
Fined for Trespass. A. Mills, a but
ler, was haled into police court yester
day on a charge of tresspassing prefer
red by B. T. Beaston, janitor of the
Moline public library. Mills pleaded
guilty to the charge and was fined
$3.05. He had walked across the lawn
at the library.
Assaults Wife. William Howell, tin
ner, has been arrested on complaint of
his wife, who charges that he assult-
14 YEARS AFTER
AN ILLINOIS FARMER GIVES
TO DR. WALSH
For the last fourteen years I have had
perfect health. I am now fifty years of
age, and I feel young, active and vigor
ous. I can do a day's work as well as a
man of 20. I owe it all to the Drs. Walsh,
the great Davenport specialists. They
cured me. They restored me to health
and strength when I thought I would
never have a well day again; in fact, I
felt as If I had not long to live. For
some years I had suffered from catarrh
and general breakdown. I was all played
out, could not work, had dizzy and faint
spells and was very nervous. I had back
ache, weak kidneys, pain in back of the
neck, poor appetite, gas and a heavy feel
ing in stomach, indigestion, cold hands
and feet. At night I could not sleep well
and had bad dreams. In fact, I felt like
a wreck. I never got any benefit from any
treatment until I went to the Drs. Walsh.
Goodness knows I tried enough different
kinds of treatment before I went to them.
When I called at the Drs. Walsh's office in
Davenport, at 124 West Third street, I
admit I didn't have much hope, although
I had heard so much of the Drs. Walsh.
After taking several months' treatment
I was a new man and completely restored
to health. Their charges were very reas
onable. CHARLES D. QUICK,
Results are the best proof of success.
You can see in Dr. Walsh's office, testi
monials from satisfied patients all over
this part of the country, including men.
women and children. Dr. Walsh has
had a large experience and great success.
He is a graduate of two medical colleges
and was formerly president of St. Anth
ony's Hospital. Bankers and business
men testify to his reliability. You can
have a thorough scientific examination
free of charge. Office hours are from 10
to 12 a. m- and 2 to 4:30 p. m. Also on
Tuesdays and Saturday evenings from 7
to 9 p. m. On Sunday mornings from 10
to 11 a. m. Dr. Walsh's office is at 124
West Third street, Davenport, Iowa.
Not only is Schlitz
beer filtered through white wood pulp, but
even the air in which it is cooled is filtered.
It is aged for months in glass enameled
tanks. It cannot cause biliousness. It will not
ferment in your stomach.
If you knew what we know about beer,
you would say, "Schlitz Schlitz in Brown
Phone West 14
Carse & Ohlweiler Co.
425-431 Eleventh St.,
ed her. It is about the 'steenth tim9
that Howell has been arrested on com
plaint of his wife. The case has been
continued, Howell saying that he would
secure a lawyer to defend him.
John East of Hull, 111., is visiting
his sister, Mrs. W. A. Anderick.
Mrs. Katherine Johnson left Inst
night for a visit in Nebraska.
Mr. Lancaster and son, Ralph, who
have been visiting his mother, Mrs.
Henry, for several days, returned io
Great Falls, Mont., Tuesday.
Two balloons were seen passing
over Orin Tuesday about 9 a.m. They
were quite distinctly seen through
The world's most successful milt
cine for bowel complaints Is Chant
berlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea
Remedy. It has relieved more pain
and Buffering and saved more lives
than any other medicine in use. In
valuable for children and adults. Sold
by all druggists.
BUT THE EATING
Why spend these days in the
kitchen baking bread when we
take nice fresh bread and de
liver it at your door every
Is J art as nice as can he, in
fact It is Just the same as horn
made with the half days' work
preparing it cut out. Fresh
cakes of all kinds are always
found at our place.
J71&-1718 Second A venae.
Try some of oar trait wafers
and fruit dob bona, 20c and
25c -he pound.
tects Schlitz purity from
the brewery to your glass.
Our barley is selected by one
of the partners in our business. ,
We go to Bohemia for hops.
The water is brought from rock
1,400 feet underground.
AFTERNOON EXCURSION TO MUSCATINE ON
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Your Favorite Steamer, W. W. Saturday, July 15
Leaves Davenport 2:30 p. m.. Rock Island i p. m.
Arrive Muscatine 5:30 p. m.
Leave Muscatine i p. m., arrive home 10:30 p. m.
Fare only 50 cents.
You can keep cool on this trip as the W. W. has plenty of room
for those who do not wish to dance, also has an elegant dance floor
for those who enjoy the amusement.
Music, refreshments and all the conveniences of home with the
fresh air added.
Phone West 326. O. J. Marxian, General Atrent.
. The cause of all skirTdlseases can be traced to some humor in the
blood,' and thereforeJthecureJof any skin trouble can come only
through a thorough f cleansing fof this vital fluid. Salves, washes,
lotions, etc7 relieve some of the itching and discomfort, help to reduce
inflammation,' or. aid in keeping the cuticle clean, but such treatment
does not reach the. blood and of course can have no real curative
effect a 5. S. cures ! Skin (Diseases of every kind because it purifies
the blood.tlt is an internal Vemedy for an internal trouble, and wprks
on the only treasonable and certain method of cure. S.S.S. removes
all acids and humors from the circulation and leaves the blood stream
rich, healthy and nourishing iri order that it may supply the cuticle
with the necessary properties to restore it to its smooth, normal con
dition. -Then a cure results because the old exciting cause has been
disposed of. Book on Skin Diseases and any medical advice sent
free to all who write. S. S. S. is sold at drug stores.
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