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THE HOCE iStAXD AKGtTS. TUESDAY, JULY 23, 1911.
Moose Carnival On. The Parker
shows are with us again, and from the
ran several bloc&s before the wagon
caught In the carvtracka and was overturned.
appearance are larger ana better than ,: 50
Obituary Record. Harry E. Stowe'.l
I passed away yesterday morning at
o'clock at the home of hla par-
ever. They arrived Sunday afternoca : ents, 1111 Ripley street. Deceased
and will remain here one week audi was born In Davenport April 19, lfu'5.
supply the attractions for the Royal Or-jaad continued ta make this place bu
der of Moose, and from all appearance j home until his death. He Joined the
the people of Davenport are in lorjarmy in saw three years service
one big week of fun and frolic j jn the Philippines, and was mustered
o jout at San Francisco April 3, 1SC1. ie
Forfeit Their Bonds. Nine people jfc survived by his father and mot he--,
were booked to put In an appearance Mr. and .Irs. John R. Stowell; four
at the police station yesterday to a j-j sisters, Mrs. Frank Jager of Buffalo,
swer to being inmates of dlsordei !y j Mrs. Fred Nelson of Rockingham
houses but none of them answered . he j Mrs. Ida Jager of Rockingham and
summons ol the law and all forfe;-d j Mrs. Frank Ammerman of Moline;
their bonds amounting to j and one brother, Ray, of Davenport.
o The funeral will ; be held Wednesday
Wants a Divorce. Cn the ground? r: j morning at 1 o'clock at Boies' under
cruel and inhuman treatment and Je 'taking parlors aEd will be private. In
sertion, Mrs. Eva Feiberg. through At-Jterment will be made in Oakdale cenie
tomey J. A. Hanley, has instituted suit tery.
for divorce from her husband, William
C. Feiberg. They were married in ; a. . m.l
Harvey, III.. April 21, 1900. The cu -j J.jLZGLG
tody of their two minor children un
" 1 j . u 1 . .'' ,j ." '! ter, Mabel, and son, John, started
is asked by the plaintiff in addition r.
attorneys fees and $10 pr week all i Thursday for an extended visit with
mony for the- BUpnort of the children ! relatives in cities in Pennsylvania.
Robert Rose left Thursday for
Peoria to visit his sister, Mrs. It. H.
Mrs. Mary Gorman and Mrs. A.
Willits left Thursday for a short
stay in Lincoln, 111.
Mr. and Mrs. P. E. Best and chil
dren of Omaha left Friday for- their
' home after a visit with W. A. Best
! and family.
' M'ss liitha Pittenger returned
: Wednesday from Macomb, where
j she has been a student at the West
j ern Normal school.
I Mrs. Fred Valentine and daughter
iliZ to he Hell-Jones company :m j started Friday for St. Joseph, Mo.,
overturned at the corner of Vine arj'fnr a visit with her sister.
Third streets yesterday morning about j Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Dixon and
9:3'' o'clock and th entire ron'eri daughter left for their home in New
of the wagon were lost. The cli ; v r ! Boston. They had been spending a
was lieneath the wagon but crawl i few weeks In Minnesota and return
out unscathed. The frightened liorst-j j ed to Aledo Wednesday.
Mrs. v ilhani Pinkerton and son
Mrs. 11. E. Rummell and daugh-
Trains Hlt Buggy. An east bornd
bound passenger train on the Kock Is
land collided with a ?usey at Filth
and Market Ftreeta Saturday nitut ;
Very little damape wns done, and t'ie
occupant, was only BlH'htly injured. He I
took his seat in the vehicle and drov-i'
off, refusing to rive his r.ame. '
Licensed to Wed. Willinm I.,
craft and Miss Sutie M. Brown,
of Woodhull. 111.
Spilled the Milk. A wagon hew 4-
of I'.miir gton, who have been visit-
: inj; in Aledo, left Wednesday for a
I visit in Keithsburg before their re
j turn home.
Ed Cooke left for Danbury, Iowa,
to spend a few days in the search of
his brother, who mysteriously disap-
te. -,... . 1 i !eared on .Mav 3 0, and has not been
After Operation Failed to Kelp, j ,u,Br(, of 6)nre.
j Abraham Karr of Jackson, Ohio, is
! visiting v ith his brother,
j Mr. an 1 Mrs. Thomas Hartman
were in Rock Island Friday examln
! ing phins f"r tlnir new house which
1 lit y en(ieet to build on the lots
where th Episcopal Church now
stands. The work of cleaning the
lo's has already begun, and a fine,
modern house is t, be erected.
' V C f'onningbam went to Gales-
LIKE A CHARM
Cardirl Worked Like a Charm.
Joncsvii:e, S. C. "I suffered win
womanly trouble," writes Mrs. J. S.
Kendrlek, in a letter from this place,
"and at times, I couid not bear to stand
on my feeL The doctor salj I would
never be any better, and that I would
have to have au opera I ion. or I would
have a cancer.
1 kpiii 10 me nosriiiM. ana mey ever- ,Mirsr tn vjsit friends and to attend
ated on me, but I got no better. They j fi.n rhntitauqun.
said raed.Incs would co me no good, Mrs. Thomas Pomeroy of Rock Is-
day from Sheldon, Neb., and axe the
guests of Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Mor
rison. Miss Anna Barrett of Chicago re
turned home Friday. She hu made
an extended stay with Mrs. Mary
A. L. Wood ham started Friday for
his home in Denver, Col., after a
stay of two weeks here.
Rev. John Thompson of Atlanta,
Ga., reached Aledo on Thursday
evening for a visit with his Bisters,
Misses Nannie and Margaret Tar-rap-
Mrs. C. W. Detwller aad daugh
ters have returned from a tUU wltS
friends at Roodhouse, 111.
William Epperly returned from
Rock Island, where he has visited
bis daughter, Mrs. Charles Thorn
Mrs. C. A. Freise and son, Lloyd,
have returned from an extended visit
with relatives In Redwood Falls,
Mrs. E. P. Boyd and two daugh
ters of Oklahoma City, Okla., ar
rived here from Farmington to visit
at the home of Mrs. Letltla Boyd.
Mrs. John McAdams of Reynolds
is the guest of her sister, Mrs. Mary
Miss Ruth Durston returned from
Macomb, where she attended the
summer term at the Western Nor
Miss Mary Bateman has returned
from a stay of several weeks w ill
friends in Peoria.
Misses Grace Braucht, Noda Books
and Mary Baker have returned from 9
trip to Chicago alid Starved Rock
Mrs. George Weidling left for
Monmouth to visit friends and to
meet her niece, Miss Margaret
Chandler, of Ottumwa, Iowa, who i9
coming to visit her in Aledo.
Misses Nancy and Leota Warwick
went to Rock Island Saturday to at
tend a picnic given by the Young
Ladies' Missionary societies of the
Rock Island presbytery.
Mrs. G. C. Lord and Miss Pearl
Heald left Saturday for a visit with
relatives in Clinton, Iowa, and
Thursday, July 27. the Mississippi
Valley Veterinary association will
hold its semi-annual meeting In
Aledo. The following program will
be given at the court house begin
ning at 10:30 a. m.: Report of
cases, Dr. J. C. Brown of Joy;
"Things Unheard of in Colleges."
Dr. R. P. Frans of Stronghurst. 111.;
"Vibro Massage," Dr. J. H. Hogan,
Aledo. 111.; "Professionalism," Dr.
W. F. Brownlee, Little York, 111.;
address. Dr. L. F. Brown, Galesburg;
question box. The program will be
followed by a banquet at the Mer
chants' hotel. -
Canoe is Capsized. Charles "Buck"
Johnson of this city was given an Im
promptu bath In Rock river daring
the storm Sunday afternoon. He was
returning to his camp, Cosy Nook,
when caught by the wind, his canoe
filling with water and capsizing. Buck
is an expert swimmer, but he was
kept busy for a few moments picking
up his cargo. Some farmers who were
fishing secured a rowbeat and towed
him to shore.
Want a Wage Scale, In a petition
presented to the city commission, a
committee of five members of Local
109, I. B. E. W., made It clear that tha
labor union desires a definite wage
clause In any franchise that may be
granted by the city of Moline to the
Bell Telephone company. The peti
tion outlines a wage scale that will be
agreeable to the union, stating that
such a scale is effective in Davenport
and vicinity, and asking the city com
mission to assist the electrical work
ers to obtain similar remuneration for
work done for the Central Union in
Stub Line Connected. Street rail
way connection between Twenty-seventh
street stub line and the main
track of the Blue line at Sixth avenue
is an accomplished fact. The connect
ing link through the Ellison property
and Riverside park, which was begun
Saturday forenoon, was constructed In
record time. Sunday night at 8 o'clock
a car was run from Riverside park en
trance, Sixth avenue, over the connect
ing link to what was once the end of
the stub line south of the entrance to
the W. H. VanDervoort place. Soon
the stub will be a matter of ancient
Svea Chorus Outing. For the first
time in 18 years married men of the
Svea Male chorus 'defeated the single
men at baseball, the game being one
of the feature attractions of the an
nual outing Sunday at Woodward's
grove. The trimming was decisive,
the curtain falling when the count was
15 to 8. The picnic was well attended
and was a success.
and Tecih streets on First -avenue,
clearing a nice sum.
The ioe cream sociable g'-ven by
the Metbodist Sunday school In the
park on Friday evening was largely
Mrs. Charles Goodwin of East Mo
line will entertain the Baptist Ladies'
Aid society Wednesday.
Mrs. J. Klrkruan was hostess to
the local birthday cluL last Thurs
day at the home of her mother, Mrs.
A. Sturder 5n Rock Island.
Mr. and Mrs. R. Whiteside of Jos
Hn visited frienc.s in Silvis FTiday.
Mesdames Bennett, Peersching.
Corbin, Young and Harper entertain
ed 40 ladies at a tea in the park
Thursday afternoon. The proceeds
went to the Ladies' Aid society of
the Methodist chnrch.
Mrs. T. W. Retttck has as guests
her parents, Mr. nd Mrs. O. R. Ro
dell of Cable.
Notice to Contractors,
Bids will be received up to 9 a. m.
July 31, 1911, at the mayor's office,
Rock Island, 111., for the complete in
stallation at the pumping station of the
and I thought I would have to die.
At List I tried Cardui. and hrjran to
improve so I continued tiding it. Now,
'I am well, and cfla do my own work.
I don't feel any pains. j
Cardui worked like a charm."
There must be merit in this purely
vegetable, tonic remedy, for worren
CarJui for It has b. en In successful i
use for more than P0 yeara, for the j
treatment of womanly weakness and j
Please try It, for your troubles. j
N. B. Writ to: LaflM- AsSltery tC. Om'- !
Itorfi M.3w-tfe Co'. C ha:!cv j. Tenn . fir Sir-i.jl
tur-Hrtuynt. and M-e t-wfc. "Home Treatment
fur Women. " sent tn pim.ia rac-prr. on ra4uci.
Mad r.nd her sister, Mrs. Clyde Scott. I following equipment:
: went to Viola Friday for a visit with
i relat i vrg.
Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Beard and
j baby left f r Lodi. Wis., Friday for
a visit wi'h Mrs. Beard's parents.
I Mrs. Alfred Iemon and her
j brother. John Gray, returned Friday
j from Silver Creek. Neb., where they
; have been visiting their mother, who
Mrs. Richard Thompson and two
I sons, who have been the guests of
j Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Ward, left Fri
' day fur their home in Marseilles. 111.
i Mr. and Mrs. Van Dyke of Harrls
I v'lle. Pa., returned to Aledo Thurs-
One 76-horse power high duty simple
engine, direct connected to Vertical
shaft centrifugal pump.
One 15inch submerged centrifugal
pump, capacity 7,000 G. P. M., with the
necessary supports and bearings, for
One vertical transmission shaft.
One 30x15 inch flange tee, with one
end capped, and one length of 16-lnch
Jin. r.rjroxlmaUly 10 feet
Bids must be accompanied by a cer
tified check of $500.
H. M. SCHRIVER, Mayor.
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Want Huge Damages. Ejectment
proceedings against the D., R. I. it -
W. and the D. M. Sechler Implement &
Carriage company of Moline have been
filed by Pamela M. and Thomas Sec fi
ler. They claim land they own an 8
foot strip in Manufacturers addition of
Moline is occupied to their damage.
They allege $50,000 damages." G. A.
Shallberg and J. T. and S. R. Kenwor-
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To Increase Membership. Moline
Elks have instituted a progressive cam
paign to increase the membership of
the order, which will boost the figures
to 600. With that number paying an
nual dues it Is figured that the lodge
can maintain a home such as it is pro
posed to erect on the site recently
purchased at Fifteenth street and
Obituary Record. ' Edward Viager.
2515 Eighteenth-and a half avenue, a
resident of Moline for 35 years, died
at 12:40 Sunday afternoon at the home
from lung trouble. He had been bed
fast but two weeks and was conscious
up to the last moment. He was born
In Iowa City, Iowa. Aug. 27, 1870, and
came to Moline with his parents when
a lad. He married Miss Mary' Koch
N'pv. 24, 1S97. During winter months
he was employed by the Moline Plow
company and in the summer he oper
ated a fruit farm. Besides his widow
he leaves three children; his parents.
Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Viager; three
brothers. William, Edward and Fran
els, and three sisters, Florence, Ce
cma and Lydia, all of this city. Ho
was a member of the Red Men, Court
of Honor, and Abe Lincoln camp, M.
W. A. He was a member of SL Mary's
COWBOY; BUCKING HORSE
In Wild West ami Far Eat Feat- 1
ures in Cody Farewell. j
One of the many interesting sides
of the truly western type of man
hood, the cowboy, is exploited to ad
vantage in Buffalo Bill's Wild Wett
and Pawnee Bill's Far East, soon to
be seen In the tri-cities. The man
agement has organized a goodly
band of thse rugged westerners and
they will illustrate the daring eques- i
trian deeds which have been repeat- J g
ed upon the open prairie for more j j
than a quarter of a century. They j 1
will give riding exhibitions and sam- j k
pies of the cowboy's sfJort, and will 'a
illustrate with real bronchos the dif- j
ficult science of broncho busting. t
The genuine cowboy is fast pass- j
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Bucking bronchos are no figment of ;i
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with these agencies for injury and u
death he must be of the genuine type i 3
of horseman who will live in history
It is therefore consistent with the; 3
Wild West and Far East policy to !
depict the art of broncho busting, as i
it must be remembered that not ' g
many years aeo the ancestors otlj
these same bronchos were the wild!
horse companions of the American j
Indian a part of the animal king-!
dom with which nature stocked the!
red man's hunting ground.
In bucking, the broncho applies ;
all the force of his body, exerts its
nirnbleness and evidence remarkable;
dexterity in the contortions of body, ;
head and legs, which he employs to
dislodge his distasteful rider. ilo
may jump into the air and land on,
all four feet with his legs stiff as
board; lie may swirl and jump and
kick and buck in a general melange
of devilishness; but hip rider must I
be ever alert as he cannot know in
just which direction the horse will j
next jump or what he will next do. ;
It is euite impossible to' adequately
describe the antics of a bucking j
broncho; It is a performance which
can only be fully appreciated by
ing witnessed. An unusual effort
has been made this season to secure
a rare lot of "outlaw terrors" to cele
brate the old prairie scout's, Buffalo
Bill, farewell visit to the city. ,
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MAGIC 15 PUZZLE
11 ! 4
be- i 3
The home of Mr. and Mra. William
Ireland was the scene of a pleasant
social affair last Thursday evening
when a number of the members of
Deere camp came up from Moline in
their autos and completely surprised
Cecil Harper of Silvis was married
to Miss Minnie Schneider of East Mo
Mrs. Herbert Brown entertained
15 ladies at an afternoon tea for the
benefit of the local band last Thurs
Mrs. Thomas Crawford entertain
ed a number of ladles at a tea for
the benefit of the local band Friday
Mrs. Peterson of Eighth street la
Word was received here that Mr.
and Mrs. S. Mercerean are the par
ents of a daughter. Mrs. Mercerean
was formerly a resident of Silvis i ;
and now resides In Pennsylvania. j (j
J. Morrison and family entertain- i;
ed J. Wagner and wife and G. Stark! (
and family from Iowa last week. i j
Mrs. Richard Bell Is entertaining j V
Mrs. E. O. DanleUoo of Sherrard. j I;
The Holy Name society gave an i I
lee cream sociable last Tuesday even-!;
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