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THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 30, 1311.
EIGHTEEN-YEAR-OLD GIRL ADMITS SHE
IS PROFESSIONAL BURGLAR AND HOPO
Licensed to Wed. Georire X. Day
and Miss Emma Dick, both of Daven
port. Hire Colored Waiter. Beginning
Sunday morning, colored men waiters I
will be installed at the Commercial
club 1n j!a;e of the lady waitresses i
who have teen serving In thi capacity j
for Eome time past.
Kicked a Woman. On a char Re of
intoxication and of having kicked a!
woman with " hem his wife was en
paged in an argument, Dragger Burke
was held for further investigation.
"With him was Marion Carter who is)
also held for entering into the argu-1
menu The hearing was set for today.
Hawe Annual Clam Bake. There
was a mad Ktniggle by tbe Nannies
and BIlMefi for the pennant m the goat
league at Suburban Island Thursday
afternoon. The occasion, was the an
nual clam bake of tbe Commercial
club, and about 130 were present.
There were many "goatees" In the
grandstand urging the scramble for
the pennant. The Nannies gobbled it
up because the Billies were too polite
to content it. At the end of the fifth
inning the scorer rave the Nannies 17
runs and the BUIies 8. The game was
played on u woggy field and the dia
mond was covered with sawdust.
Skinner for the Nannies was the shin
ing ,star, knot-king down several hot
ones. Judge Roddewlg was benched
for indifferent playing. After the game
an over the players and spectators
went up to the inn where the ch-im
was served, with other delicacies. The
menu also Included chicken.
J- i ":
j Mr. and Mrs. William Gibson, in Sher
; Mrs. George Bell and Miss Florence
j O'Melia were tri-city shoppers Friday.
Lavoi.a, the 5-year-old daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. George Bell, had the mis
fortune to fall over a wire while play
ing and break both bones in her right
arm between the elbow and wrist.
Rev. Mr. Olson and wife of Molina
came Wednesday for a visit and to
help at the W. C. T. U. convention.
FTank Pascoe, while working in the
mine, had one of his legs broken by
the fall of coal.
Mr. and Mrs. John Dormandy came
to visit Mr. and Mrs. Carl Zude, Mrs.
Dormandy's parents, and Mr. Dor
mandy's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Steve
Mrs. Fred Setterdahl went to Mon-
From there she went
Why Not Derive Full Value
From the Use cf Electric Light ?
To Exhibit Hogs. Two herds of
hogs from the Velie farm on Sev- i mouth Friday.
enth street will be exhibited at the!( Rock Island and visited her parents,
state fair which opened today in j Jr. and Mre- Kammerer. ojer Sunday.
. y , i Mr. Setterdahl went to Rock Islaud
Springfield and which continues till saturdav and accompanied her home.
Saturday. Oct. 7. The hogs are of. Mrs Albert Lind ni,t and lwo sons
the Crimson Wonder strain. ufl for the,r faome at OUumwa Ipwa
x 0 . , j after a three months' visit with her
W.ll Not Pay Bills Present plans , raients Mr and Mrs A E Alelv and
of the city authorities are to allow icther relaUves at Rural and 1s-
payrous at commission meeting .non-;,
day forenoon, but to postpone pay
ment of bills till Oct. 15, by which
' Miss Nina Dalkeld went to Moline
l Fridav for a vitilt .irh f r and T ra
time $30,000 of saloon license money Charleg p,ammer
Indianapolis police were astounded when pretty eighteen-year-old
Marian Eaton Smith, whose parents are said to live in Albany, N.
V., confessed to them that she was a burglar and a hobo, and had
robbed so many residences she couldn't remember them all. She de
clared the had entered upon her career of crime two years ago, and
had twice escaped from penal institutions since then. The girl ap
pears to be well educated and displays a surprising knowledge of
ed Monday from
! in Chicago.
a few weeks' visit
Mifs Mary Freek of Cordova was
the guest of Mrs. G. W. Whitham la.-'t
Mrs. O. C. Handell of Cordova arriv-j Miss Sadie Geesey left Tuesday for
ed Tuesday to spend a few days with 1 an extended visit with her eister in
her daughter. I Valier, Mont.
Mrs. A. C. Shaffer arrived here from j Mr. and Mrs. Milton Shryack and
Davenport, where she has been attend- son left Tuesday for their home in
ing a fami'y reunion. Sh-h ft in the I Blandinsvilie. after a week's stay in
evening for a isit with her si.ster in ! Aledo and vicinity.
Joy. Misses Hattie and Ruth Fnrsell al.;n i
will be in the city coffers.
Saloonkeeper on Carpet. Henry
Huvaert, proprietor of the saloon
at 527 Fourteenth street, was on the
carpet at the city hall Thursday, ex
amination being conducted by Mayor
Carlson and Commissioner Eastman.
Complaint had been made to the city
officials that men attending Satur
day night dances in
corner .Fourteenth street and Sixth
avenue, are making a habit of go
ing with young girls to the rear en
trance of the Huyvaert saloon, where
they are alleged to have secured
drinks. These complaints began to
come in when the Saturday night
dance season began and the munici
pal authorities investigated condi
tions with the result that Huyvaert
was summoned to appear.
Mrs. Charles Hubbs of Rapids City
visited friends here this week.
Notice is hereby given that on
Tuesday, the 3l6t day of October,
1911, in the City of Rock Island, in
the County of Rock Island, and State
Eagles' hall, ; 0f Illinois, an election will be held in
Obituary Record. Andrew E. IJnd,
a pioneer resident of Moline, died
Thursday afternoon at his home af
ter a short illness of pneumonia. He
was born in Helsinlnnd, Sweden, in
1840, and came to America with
his parents in lS5t. Surviving are
his widow and one brother.
Galesburg to enter the hospital for
treatments. She was recently badly
hurt by a fall from the horse she was
Mrs. J. B. Murphy of Stronghurst
spent a week with her cousins, the
Misses L,ucy and Lydia Taylor, leav
ing Tuesday for her home. Mr. and' just below
Mrs. Carl Wacure and baby dauh i Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Mills and daughter
ter of Brooklyn, N. Y. left for Spring
field. Mo , to vMt her mother.
Currine. of Altona left Tuesday for'
Mrs. Austin Green of Hume. Mo., are
now giiests at their home for a few
Zenas Miller returned Tuesday to
Dog Bites Boy. Howard Stein. 4-year-old
son of Mr. and Mrs. War
ren Stein, 24 16 Seventh avenue, was
bitten by a stray dog at 3 Wednes
day afternoon. The lad was playing
at Twenty-fifth street and Sixth ave
nue with several other boys when
the dog rushed up. A piece of flesh
the right eye was bit
ten out and several teetli marks
were made just above the eye. Dr.
A. H. Arp cauterized the wound and
serious results are not expected.
their homes, after a week's visit at
Rock Island after a -short visit here
Mrs. E. Allen of Monmouth arrived i the home of Mrs. Andrew Mason,
in Aledo from Davenport, to spend the Miss Minnie Jones of Galesburg
day with her sister. Mrs. F. A. Smith. '. rame Monday evening from Rock Is
leavlng in the evening for Oo,uaka to land to spend a few days with rela
tpend a few days. fives in Aledo.
Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Carroll return-1 Miss Mary Hazouka left Tuesday for
; Mrs. W. .1. Wilson of West Point,
Iowa, who has visited her relatives a
few days left Tuesday for her home.
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. McDougal left
, for West Point. N. Y.. this week, ! with Mrs. Wilsons sistei
.'where Mr McDoueal has a nosition as i liatu Gibs-un, Sr., and attended
'oiU-r in the 1'. S. service. In his re- land attended the funeral of .Mrs.
; rent civil service examiiiu'ion he;-'0'"! Haddii-k, Sr.
! passed with a general average of J3 1 1're(i Tonkins of Black Diamond,
.percent. I Wash., has arrived to visit relatives.
' .1. E. Kindiey left Tuesday evening! -Mrs- littig and two children, Eve
; for hU home in l.i vinsstoiie. Mout.. i b'n and Noriuau. and Mrs. John
j after a few weeks" visit here with his! P'""t v ere tri-.-ity shoppers
i mother and sisters i day.
Mrs. E. P. Huml.om, Mi.-i H'lhla
pursuance of and subject to the pro
visions of the act entitled "An act
to provide for the incorporation of
cities and villages.'" approved April
10, 1S72, and in force July 1, 1S72,
and amendments thereto, one approv
ed March 9, 19 1 , and in force July
1, 1910. and another approved May
12, 1911, and in force July 1, 1911.
Said election shall be held for the
purpose of submitting to a vote to the
electors of said city, an ordinance
passed by the city council on the
6th day of July, 1911, and repassed
and reaffirmed Sept. 25, 1911, en
titled "'An ordinance supplementary
to an ordinance entitled, an ordinance
giving permission to the Central Un
ion Telephone company, its success
ors or assigns, to construct and main
tain telephone lines in the City of
Rock Island, 111., and for that pur
pose to build conduits, tunnels', lat
erals and an underground system and
to erect poles and string wires and
maintain the same over and under
the public highways, avenues and al
leys in the said city."
Also at said election, another or
dinance entitled "An Ordinance grant
ing permission to the Tri-City Auto-
i matic Home Telephone Co., its suc
cessors or assigns, to construct, main
tain and operate a Telephone Ex
change in the City of Rock Island, Il
linois, and for that purpose to build
conduits, erect poles, place cables,
Mr. and Mrs. Roy MtFadyn left for,wires and fixtures therein and there
a visit in Minnesota. . on ar!d connect the necessary appli-
Conrad Wilson and wife isited ances and apparatus therewith and
Mrs. W il-. maintain the same through, under.
'he- (.-.r .,,,fi qI.ii the streets avenues
and other public places in said city,'
will be submitted to a vote of the elec
tors of said city. Said last ordinancv
was filed in the office of tbe city
cierk on the 9th day of August, 1911.
Alao at said election the proposi-
Why not allow Electric light to play its full part
in increasing the comiort and economy of house
keeping? Electric Light is not only the best
illuminant, but in conjunction with innumerable
electrical conveniences it will add zest and
pleasure to the performance of household duties,
saving time and strength.
The lamps pictured above are but a few selected
from an exceptional showing of beautiful Electric Art Lamps.
These lamps will enhance the appearance of any room in the
home. Here, at varying prices, may be found lamps to har
monize with any decorative scheme.
Electric Traveler's Stove
Persons who travel will appreciate the stove for its
it occupies a space only
35-4x5 inches and its licht
weight, 2h lbs. Where-
ever there is Electric Light
it may be used for heating water, boiling eggs or brewing
coffee in a few minutes. Price $5.00.
- Corn Popper
This electrical device furnishes rot
only a novel means of amusement,
but a safe, easy and clean vay of
popping delicious corn.
The ingenious housekeeper
will devise numerous uses
for an Electric Water Heater.
In the sick room it is in
valuable. It can be used to
warm milk for. the baby,
heat water, boil' egg 6, etc.
The capacity is one pint.
Price, complete, $4.50
Michigan and Jackson Boulevards
Over 2000 things electrical
ui. L). Jlc juuklu Ailwrlialux A(fu'.v, CM j
At High School
The Standard Leavening
Agent of the World
Contains all the excellence possible to
be attained in a perfect baking powder
Insures delicious and appe
tizing home -baked foods.
Flo Alum No Lfms Phosphates
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NERVOUS DEBILITY ck"ci: !
mmm m mmm m run dwn. can f
. . --j L--".'r. '-tm'h kilpv n jmMun. !as of
m r. n?,:n. 'id.-.t i'tv; of rh hear:. d-zi:''?.
k f.tin ff. b'.;e r:r:gs under f5. tirtri f -
'. s ; .rks bfor. ro'jph. bhf':l. dtrr.nt In
v r ns.-: VrT. Vanf. Uvf r. Mood nd kin
(..sfsjfs of t:ri, ct-m and ch iidrn.
Kumbcm anil Mi?s Christine Almquist
left Wedrpf day for Chicago to sjumi'I :
i a few wre ks with friends.
Mis. C R. Conn ani iiahy .started :
Wrdnesd.'iy f"r .Iriiifsbt)ro. Ark., to
j'iiii her husbanrl in an extended stay
Mr;- W. I.. Strickland of Peoria Is
t!ie p!if-st of Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Smith
Mr. a:i.! Mrs. .1. W. fli'.msey and son
:M;rnci fduesciay to their home in
.li)iics:i. ro. Ark . after an exiended vi
sit witii tluir parents here.
Mrs. (i .. David ai.d Mrs. C. A. Haas
left Wednesday for a l"-day.s' stay in
Mrs. Maggie U an started Wedues
fiav for Ii Plata. .To.. to spend a few
d; s it h ljer son.
('apt W. A l.:.!'iiher left U'ednefs-'
K.wy fur Spring lieid. where ne is assist
ant superintendent of the exposition
! ii id risrs
Mr an-1 'rs n. V. Tudor left Wed-;
t( scia for Mornint; Sun. Iowa, to
sser,d a few day? at tne home of Mrs.
Mis. W. A. I.ori-r.er. Mrs. Anna P.a-
er. aiid Mrs S. A. Nes'itt went to
heriard " Wednesday to attend the
co:;nt V. C. T. I, convention. (
?drp. G V. Whitham at-d her moth
er. frs. O. C. Handell ,f Cordova,
were Hock Island visitors on Wcdnes
Mr and Mrs .Taints Porter went to j
: Monnioiitti Wednesday for a short isiti
I itli friends. i
K. I.. Brown left Wednesday for I jl '
Crosse. Wis. to attend to matters of
; l' :.-mers fur the telephone company.
W. c. Calloway is makinc hismonth-j
ly visitation at the Watertown asylum!
i this week. He is one of a committee'
of three to inspect t'uis place each '
1 " b" tion for the passage of an umendinent
; to be Known as Section 11 of the ordi-1
Lewis Ikuldi.k reiuriied to his nance tut it led saloona. providing for -home
in Des Moines Tuesday after ! jnrmt8lns, tne dram shop ii,:(.,ltie to1
hrinein the remains of his mother, nn- fv,mihBn,i ti (m.i om rinlirH i.er '
ESA.2rarA.TZOS rxZE. Roars. 10 to 13 a. m.; 2 to
4:30 p. m.; Tas4ay tnS Satarday ittalui, 7 to t
p. m. SaaCay xnorxJuy. 10 to 11 a- St.
CHICAGO FIEDICAL IKSHTDTE
121 V7. Third Street. Davenport, Iovra.
Forced to Leave Home.
Every year a large number of poor
sufferers, whose lungs are sore and
racked with coughs, are urged to go
to another climate. But this is costly
and not always sure. There's a bet
ter way. Let Dr. King s New Discov
ery cure yoa at home. "It cured mo
of lung trouble,"' writes W. R. Kelson,
of Calamine, Ark., "when all else fail
ed and I gained 47 pounds In weight.
Its surely the king of J1 cough and
lung cures." Thousands owe their
lives and health to it. It's positively
guaranteed for coughs, colds, lagrlppe.
asthma, croup all throat and lung
troubles. 50 cents and $1.00. Trial
; bottle free at all druggists.
Mrs. John Meurlinjr returned to'
Reynolds after two weeks." isit with1
Mrs. Y;ine Sherrard. - !
Mrs. John Haddii k of Cable died :
at the home of her son, Lewis, at'
lies Moines, Thursday. Sept. I 4 . She
w;-.s j 4 vear:-, 1 months pnd 11 iavg!
old. She leaves tier husband, five;
sons ai.d one daughter. Tin y are
Jai.-i'-s. William and llarerave of An
aionda, Mont., Lewis of lies Moines,
Frank of Itwk Island and MrsJ
Laura ('ear c of Mai hersv iile. Tiie.
flora 1 offerings' w ere many. Rev.:
Mr. Johnson of the 1". H. C. church
condflried tii" funeral services. The
remains were laid to rest in the Cable !
William Gibson, wife and son re-;
turned to t ii-i r honi-- at Oskaloosa, :
Iowa, af er a month's visit along the j
coast and wi'h Mr. Gibson's parents,!
to Ton,-ss they do to everyone.
If you cat tM fat, (In not masticate
properly, or t.-ike fx.l that does
not agree wilh you, digestive de
rangements are almost surrtocome,
ar.d indigestion pencrally leaiJs
to vcrv serious physical troubles.
reiieve and cure indigestion. They
have a quick and tonic action on
the stomach and its nerves, and so
they give direct aid to dipestion.
They carry away als the indi
gestible matter. With their use
dyspepsia, hiccoughs, bad taste,
unpleasant breath and flatulence
disappear. You should be careful
and remember Bkecham's I'liLi
la cosvaaiettt m 10c d 25c
year, will he submitted to the electors.!
The polling places for this election !
will be as given below, in designating .
the polling places, the etreet numbers!
are used for convenience in locating I
the polling places of the respective
voting precincts at this election and
any voter desiring to cast his vote at ;
this election must be a qualified voter!
of the precinct. i
The polling places of said election :
will he an follows:
1st 1'reciuct Yob's barber shop.
1'ikI Precinct tIl'J Kighth street.
Hid Precinct 1014 Third avenue.
1'h Precinct Store building, Ninth!
street and Ninth avenue. j
otb Precinct County jail building.
tiih Precinct 1 434 Seventh avenue. ;
T:h Preclntt 1 Ml Fifteenth street. '
Mb Precinct i-24 Third avenue. j
'j'h Precinct Kate llyrnes' baru on
Nineteenth street between Six'h and
Jftth Precinct Hose house on Twen-i
11th Precinct Schmid s gro( cry, i2l! '
12th Precinct Hose house on Twen-ly-six'h
lu"h Precinct 105 Twenty-seventh
14tb Precinct 31 10 Fifth avenue.
h",tli Precinct 510 Forty-fifth street.
ICMi Precinct Gannon's paint sho;j
on Fourteenth avenue between Thirty
eighth and Thirty-ninth streets.
Which election will be opened at
seven (1) o'clock in the morning and
continue open until Ave (5j o'clock in
the evening of that. date.
Dated at Rock Island, 111., this 26th
day of September. A. I. 1911.
II. T. RI DGREN.
In order to lend variety lu the work
in the gymnasium, the members of the
gym classes have been asked to donate
small Bums of money with which
wands can he purchased. The athletic
association does not feel iibie to make
the purchase and the board of educa
tion has not yet supplied It. There Is
no compulsion about the donations.
A ma.ss meeting; of about nno htud-
ents was held last evening in the as
sembly room. Roy Phil brook ui ap
pointed yell leader. Speeches were
by the members of the high school
team, liy several members of the facul
ty and by Richard Liltt and Will Woo
din of the alumni team. Manager Hill
announced that about 25u of the stud
ents were members of the Athletic as
sociation, liuf at the rate they are com
ing In expectations are that the 1"0
mark will be reached by the end of
JEALOUSY IS FATAL TO TWO
lotva Farmer Shot lftbbor'
Wife, Then Kill Kc-;f.
Glenwood, Iowa, Sept. 30. Mrs.
Walter Marshall, a farmer's wife,
r-ged 26, was shot and killed In h-f
home half a mile west of Hillsdale
by Frank Shroud, aged 56, who lat
er committed suicide. Jealousy Ii
believed to have prompted the dou
ble 'rime. Mrs. Marshall wan sit
ting at a table in lier home this
morning and her husband wax
standing in the door talking with
her when the report of a shotgun
just outside the window shook the
house and the wife fell lifeless to
the tloor. Sheriff IPisftnell at Glen
wood was notified and as he drove
up to Shroud's home In search of
the murderer the report of a gun
was heard and Shroud was found dy
ing In the house.
AN UP-TO-DATE DRUGGIST
ays It Is aarrflsin ayr nay oJd
fasliiaoed remediu tie l-ln owd, whir:
goes to ibor that It in hard to liuprov
some of our grandmothers' old, tkue tried
remedial. I'ur rnnlniicw, for koplng th
balrMark. sft and tetany. noChiutr equat
ing oar grandinotaern' "ug Urn." htm vr
beta 4k-ovrd. Although, by tba adL
trioo of sulphur aud othr taiyvdkmts, this
old-fashioned brew haa I-hi mado uora
efjb-cthro a Mcalp tunic and color f-'
Uirer. Nowaday wba oor tIc etanc
out or rata faded or gray, taatwul ol go-'
tn to tUta garden or garri for hurba and
Btakixtf tba "&w otirae)T4, wo almpl,
go to dte njut drag mt or ajad fk for
bottlo of TVjreth's Hftgo and Botphor.
rw pvrrwflon is aold hr ail leading
icnrrtnUk tot 60 eeota and $1 a bottla, or
fa rat direct by tho Wyetb Cbeniiral
OompaoT, 74 Oort'andt Hu, MV Xork
City, apoa reeciot of rina
Rheumatism Relieved In Six Hour.
Dr. Detchon'a Helief for Rheuma
tism usualy relieves severest cases
in a few hours. Its action upon the
yetem is remarkable and effective.
It remove a once the cause and the
dose greatly benefit. 76c and fl.OQ.
Sold by Otto Grotjan, 1501 Second
Ave.. Rock Island and Gust Bchegel,
20 W. Second St, Davenport-
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a child shows symptoms cf croup.
Chamberlain's cough remedy given a :
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even after the cro-ipy con?h appears, ;
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