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THE ROCK ISUAXD ARGUS, THURSDAY, AUGUST 24, 1911.
cHaringa Continued. Continuance
until Sept 7 has been granted H. E.
Winters, William Reese and C J. Glea
son, the three men against whom war
rants have been issued charging them
with promoting and abetting an illegal
boxing exhibition. t was reported
Tuesday that Attorney General Cos3on
wag in the city for the purpose of in
vestigating the fight, but this proved
to be unfounded. M. Sampson, one of
the aide-de-ramps of the attorney gen
eral, wag here for a few hours, but
left Tuesday eight at 19 o'clock after
briefly looking over the matter.
Injured in Fall. William H. McGin
nis of 121 H Tremont avenue, sustained
a fracture of his leg in a fall from a
fruit trt-e in I Claire oi.day. The
accident occurred on Mr .McGinnis'
farm near I.e Claire, from which place
he has only recently moved to come
Sues tha Citv. Claim fr damaeas
in th"? S'jm of $15,000 for alleged in-i
juries received in falling through a!
grating at Thirl and Davie stieets has
b-n filed p-gah.st the city by Rudolph
Iiruhn. Attorneys Cock and Balluff i
represent the petitioner. Carelessness
on the part of city is all-gei.
Obituary Record. Mr. and Mrs. W
R. Green, 1123 We, Second street.
are mournitg the death -of their in-'
fant son. illlam T. Green, wh.se :
death occurrfd at 10 o'dock yftirdayi
morning. The child was born Jan. 1G,
1911. and is survived by his parents
and one brother, Derwin.
Vla her sville
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Dans and
Bert Saekfieid were among these who j
spent Sunday in .Moline.
M'bs llilma Pearson of Cable spent
Sunday evening at the Bengston
Fred Bopp spent Sunday at the
E. E. WalUne home in Moline.
Arvie Jafvert spent Monday in
George Saekfieid spent Sunday in
Joe Dowsett went to Aledo Mon
day to attend teachers' institute.
Miss Edna Hamilton of Monmouth
is visiting ber cousin. Miss Nettle
Mrs. John Handley left Monday
for a visit in the trUcitlea.
Clyde Lawaon and John McGonigle
pent Sunday in Sherrard.
Mr. and Mrs. Herman Zude and
two children spent Sunday with Mr.
Zude's parents in Sherrard.
Mr. and Mrs. Marshal Raisbeck of
Cable ar spending this week at the
George Grear home.
Mr. and Mrs. James Meloi and
daughters, Anna and Kate, of Cham
paign have been visiting the Jim
Barnes family southwest of town.
Mrs. Jake Zimmers spent Friday
and Saturday in Sherrard.
Robert Hollyhock made a bue'nees
trip to Sherrard Thursday.
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Walllne and
sons. Dale and Ernest, of Moline
spent Thursday and Friday at the
Fred Eopp home.
The Misses Mae and Bertha John
son are visiting relatives In Rock
Mat Logan was a passenger to
Ro"k Island Thursday.
Robert Whan moved his furniture
over from Sherrard Thursday. He
will move here In the near future.
M'es M'nnie Leurs of Viola Bpent
Thursday with her brother, Wallace,
Miss Clara Errwn of Cable spent
frcm Friday until Sunday at the
Cccr'-e Grear home.
Perry V.'ilsrn srent Friday In Rock
Mrs. Cer-rre Smith and two chil
dren wee passengers to Rock Island
Fred fchroeder was a tri-city vis
Mrs. .I'm MrWilliams and daugh
ter. Irene, and son. Raymond, spent i
Sunday in Rock Island.
Jim Dorkerty was a passenger to
Rock Island Saturday.
JI'hs Lizzie Dairnson of Sherrard
spent frcm Friday until Sunday with
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas
Mips Arma Hebbeln of Cable spent
Sunday with Mathersville friends.
Miss I.illie Handley returned home
from Moline Saturday after a several
Mtb. Hi Meeker and Mrs. Jo Wild
were Cp.ble visitors Sunday.
GPchr'st and Mathersville playn
ball here Sunday, the laUer being
defeated. The score was 11 to 6.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Jackson of
ltiatory degree on candidates Satur
day. Many visitors were In attend
ance from neighboring lodges. After
the degree work the entertainment
committee served lunch.'
Henry Barr made a business trip
to AJedo Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. William Stratman
and baby are visiting Mr. Stratman's
parents In St. Louis.
Some of the miners started work
at the Alden Coal company Tuesday
and it is reported they will start
working all the men next week. The
men cave been idle for three months.
There has been lots of work done
in the past week on Main street,
chiefly In grading down the hills
and it makes a great improvement.
The old school house, which Is lo
cated in the southwest part of town,
will be sold, as soon as the new
building is completed.
Mr. and Mrs. John Dairnson and
son, who have been visiting Mr.
Dairnson's brother, Tom, left Sunday
for Port Bryon, where they will
make a visit before returning to their
home in Farmington.
P. A. Swanscn of Arriba, Col., is
home for a few days visit. He will
move his family west.
George Streed left for Wheatland,
Wyo., to visit his brother Fred. Mrs
Clow of Rock Island accompanied
him to visit her daughter, Mrs. Fred
Mr .and Mrs. Elwood Bothwell are
spending the week in Cambridge.
Mr. and Mrs. Dan O'Leary are the
parents of a new daughter.
Clyde Nelson and Clifford Peterson
visited in Chicaeo.
Quite a number of the Orion folks
went to Rock Island Sunday to hear
Delano's Marine band. Mr. Delano
was at one time principal of thj
Orion high school.
W. L. Black was here from Chica
go visiting his mother, Mrs. Phlle
na Black. ,
Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Donaldson
were over from Springfield visiting
B. II. Worden of Davenport was in
Mr. and Mrs. E .J. Shields of Rock
Island were in our village Sunday,
To Take Long Walk. Mr. and Mrs.
Carl Gottsche of Moline start this
week on a cross country walk of more
than 100 miles. They will leave Mo
line Saturday or Sunday evening, and
will walk to Pontiac, a distance of
105 miles. The intention is to walk
about 15 miles a day. taking a week
for the trip. They will stop m towns
en route for the nights. Mr. and Mrs.
Ooettsche are not amateurs in the
walking game, but have been training
for some time. Both are keen for the
out-door life and spend most of their
leisure time taking jaunts Into the
Green to Speak. Members of the
Retail Merchants' association have
planned a get-together banquet for
October. At that time John A. Green,
secretary of the national association
and a former president, will address
the gathering. Last winter at the
state convention in Rockford Mr. Green
promised Moline delegates that he
would come here this fall and deliver
an address. The date for the ban
quet will be announced following com
munication with him as to the time
that will "best suit his convenience.
He is an able speaker and the mer
chants are confident that he will bring
an Interesting message to Moline. The
banquet probably will be held in the
Sold Poor Milk. A summons was
issued yesterday afternoon by Police
Magistrate Gustafson for Lane Bros.,
proprietors of a restaurant, to appear
in court and answer to a charge of
selling milk below the standard re
quired by ciiy ordinance. A recent
milk test showed the milk dispensed
in the Lane restaurant to be below
standard, according to the statement
of the. health authorities.
Contract is Let. Contract for the
new building to be erected by Dr. E.
L. Kerns on Sixth avenue between
Fifteenth and Sixteenth streets was
let Tuesday afternoon to Axel Carl
Bon of Moline. The contract price Is
withheld. Work on the building start
ed yesterday morning and It is to be
completed by Nov. 3. The ground di
mensions are 40xC5 and the structure
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will be two stories high. The second
floor will connect with the Kerns
building on the corner of Sixth avenue
and Fifteenth street.
Obituary Record. Word has been
received here of the death of Harry
C. Good, brother of the late John W.
Good of this city, which occurred Mon
day in Santa Rosa, Cal. Harry C.
Good of th!s city, nephew of deceased,
is a namesake. He arrived home Mon
day of this week from a six weeks'
trip abroad and is unable to reach Cal
ifornia in time for the funeral, though
his intention is to go west to the
coast within a few weeks. The Cali
fornia man was about 58 years of age,
and his passing is a distinct bereave
ment to relatives here.
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has been visiting at the Bengsto
Iiomt. Pete Connor spent Sunday in Coal
Mrs. 1. S. Landfleld of Chicago is
visiting her sister, Mrs. A. K. Stein.
Vance Sherrard nd Erntst Sher
rard were in Mathersville Monday.
Ray Nelson of Cable speot the first
of the week with friends.
John dgar of Rock Island was a
Mathersville visitor Sunday.
Miss Edna Johnson of Rock Island
Sherrard spent Sunday with the for
mer's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas
Arthur Salkeld of Harvey haa been
visiting at the Schroeder and Barton
Mrs. Tom Gorman and daughters,
Bernice and Grace, have returned to
their home in East Molipe after a
visit with Mna. Gorman's parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Ben Wild.
The Odd Fellows lodge held a spe
cial meeting and conferred the io
guests of Mr. and Mrs. George
Misses E. W. Smith and Grace
Benson visited Sunday at Dan Full
mer's in Scott county, Iowa.
I Mrs. Albert Anderson and children
i of Moline visited at James McGinnis
j Mr. and Mrs. L.. N. Arnold of Mar
i seines visiiea nere.
Mrs. M. E. Vincent of Moline was
here visiting Mrs. Anna Adams and
Mrs. Clara Holland.
William Sand of Geneseo was In
Mies Addle Weinbeck of East
Moline was here Monday, a guest at
the C. H. Lee home.
Rehue iaila lions. Look for the Jap Girl on erery package.
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the origin il cartonntrl transparent soap. Tkere is none as good
because we originated" te process. It b oar own.
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hard water and c!exnes instantly. The cake is large and the
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A Large Cake io
The many friends of Mra. Hessel
wendt who was taken to the Moline
City hospital very ill, will be pleased
to learn that she Is somewhat im
proved. Misa Nellie Phelps was paid a vis
it last week by Miss Edna Ryan of
A new daughter arrived at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. C. Condon last
Mrs. L. S. Osborne had as a guest
her cousin. Miss Wotlenhaupt of
Rock Island, last week.
Lester Nlcewander is quite HI.
H. Diercks and family are enter
taining William Kruger of Illinois
City and Messrs. Elm us and Milvin
Diercks of Muscatine.
Mrs. Crossly, accompanied by her
mother, Mrs. Mohr haa arrived home
from St. Paul.
George McKlnley and family have
returned from Tama, Iowa.
Miss Clara Skelton has returned
home to Port Byron after a Tislt at
the homes of George and Lewis New
ton. John Henderson has recovered
from a severe attack of rheumatism.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Walthers,
Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Walthers and
Mr. and Mrs. Bert Schafer returned
from Aurora, where they attended
the wedding of Clarence Waltber and
Miss Bess Hale of that city. Mr
Walthers will teach at Sioux Falls,
where he has been for the last year
Mrs. Sadie Anthony It Medina,
Ohio, is visiting her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. 8. S. BeaL
Frank Wake and family and
Charles Wake and family have gone
to Oneida, Iowa, to visit relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Brandt of Du
buque are visiting here.
Mrs. Mary Sells, Homer Sella of
Hillsdale and Mies Etta Brown of
Dorchester, Neb., were guests at the
D. W. Mum ma home Sunday.
Ralph Johnston visited bis par
ents last Sunday In Moline.
Miss Irene Karr, who has been
visiting her grandparents, Mr. and
All tha newa all the time The
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An eminent skin specialist recentl
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Be rare to ask your druggist for the
double strength othine; ft is this that
la aold on tha money back guarantee.
Mrs. S. S. Beal for the past few
weeks, returned -to her borne in
Rock Falls, Friday.
AMELIA CALLS NEW
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Wanted A Swimming Horse.
Taylorvllle, Aug. 24. One thousand
dollars was wagered today by W. A.
Howell and Edward Wlnslow, business
men of this city, as to whether or not
a horse can awlm with a man sitting
straight up on its back. Howell de
clared it Impossible. Wlnslow baa un
til Monday to produce a horse that can
swim thus handicapped, and although
he haa tried out every horse In the
livery stables here, he has not found
one that can turn the trick.
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Amelia Bingham, ibe actress, naa
come to toe conclusion teat Ne
York la most provincial ot ail Amen
can dues Fb placed tbree pieces
of statuary cn tbt coping over toe
entrance to ber home on fashion
able Riverside Drive, and now sties
botLered to leath with callers, tet
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