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THE ROCK ISLAND AHGUS. TUESDAY, OCTCTBJvR 17,
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Licensed to Wed. William Perry
and Miss Annie Ealy of Davenport;
George E. Scott and Miss Anna B.
Morris of Peoria.
After "Kid" Chauffeurs. Drivers of
automobiles who are under 15 years of
age and who drive machines over the
streets not accompanied by the own
tb of the cars, will be subject to
prosecution, according to an edict is
sued by Chief of Police Hans
AN ULTRA AUTUMN SUIT
Lambskl Held. Fred Lambski, 1
who was picked up by Officer Elmer ;
Randolph and who was supplied with i
a check outfit and a gun which made !
it appear that he was going into the i
check business on extensive lines, is !
held at the county jail for 15 days :
while his pa.t record is being investi-;
Convention Opens. The 14th annual I
convention of the league of Iowa Mu-'
nicipalities opened in Davenport today '
for a three-day session. It promises !
to be one of the largest and best con- .
ventions ever held by this organiza- 1
tion. Headquarters will be at the !
Hotel iJavennort. '
Two Given Decrees. Clara Salladay
was granted a decree of divorce yes
terday from her husband, Thomas H.
Salladay. They were married April
x, 1911. and separated four months
later. Infidelity was the charge pre
ferred by the wife in her petition. A
decree was granted Emma Doonan
from her husband. John F. Doonan.
through application of Attorney Han- i
ley. Drunkenness and cruelty are the j
grounds alleged. They were married i
Sept. 3, 1002. !
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j Manager Resign, A. L. Moore, gen
, eral manager for the Moline Wagon
i company, has tendered his resignation,
effective Jan. 1, 1912. He is not pre
. pared to announce his plans for the f u-
ture at this time, though decision to
leave Moiine has been reached, and '
this announcement is one that will be :
received with regret by many Moline
' Auto Slsmen Meet. Moline will j
' be the mecca Friday and Saturday of '
this week for automobile dealers who ,
: sell the Velie car. Every dealer in !
I the country has been invited to attend '
'the conclave and at least one hundred"
are expected in attendance. Accept-
ances have already been received from
! as far west as California and from as
! far southeast as Georgia.
' Will Inspect Measures. At the city
; commission meeting yesterday morn
' ing Commissioner Eastman introduced
; an ordinance regulating weights and
i measures. The ordinance was adopt-
Pd. Under provisions of the ordinance.
, every dry measure, liquid measure, iu
! eluding the bottles used by city dairy-
j men. and all scales and yard-sticks, j
j will be tested by a city ir.snector and!
; provided they are found true, sealed
j with the city seal. In cise the nieas- j
j ures are faulty they will be promptly
j condemned. If the city inspector car-j
ries out all the provisions ot tnis orfli-j
nance he will be one of the busiest ;
men in town. j
lioiesoMie unaaie mies
"The best flour, salt, milk and most expert care, will not make really palatable Griddle Cakes if
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appetizing Griddle Cakes, it has become as popular for this purpose as it is
for making other good things to eat.
Calumet is the highest quality Baking Powder at a moderate price. It
received the highest award at World's Pure Food Exposition passes the
Pure Food Laws. Hence you are sure that food made with Calumet is
pure, wholesome and health-giving.
Millions of housewives are pinning their faith to Calumet. You try it next
time you bake learn for yourself the new satisfaction.
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One quart flour (4 cups); one teaspoon salt; 4 full cups milk and two tea
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Bake immediately on hot griddle, well greased. v ben fall
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AT AUGUST AN A
Otituary Record. P. F. McTIghe j
died yesteiday morning at 3 o'clock j
ml ?.lory hospital, after an illness of i
three years' duration, at the age oft
."9 years. He was born in Des Moines.
April 4. 1S72. He came to Davenport!
three years ago from Council Bluffs, i
Deceased is survived by three broth-!
ore, J. A. and W. T. McTighe of Dav- j
nport. and N. V. McTighe, a gunner j
on a Cnitod States man of war.
Mibs Theresa O'Connor passed a-i L-
yesterday morruug at 5 o'clock at ' Augustana, the official
Mercy hospital, at the age of 4i years. I Augustana synod, has
nne was born in Davenport Oct. 15,
!81. Those who survive are
nioiner. .Mrs. b.iward O Connor: three
brothers, John. James and Thomas
O'Connor of Davenport, and two sis-'
ters. Mrs. J. D. Kav of Salt Lake City,
Vtah, and Mrs. Hugh Coffield of Dav
enport. The body was taken to the
home of her mother. 15C East Ux-ust
street, from where the funeral will be
held Wednesday morning at R::',0, with 1
ervioes at 9 o'clock at the church of
sf. I'aui the Apostle. Intermont wi!l
be in Pt. Marguerite's ccmeterv.
Only thr. womac who can afford to have several suits each season
can indulge In such an ultra style as this, for one soon tires of a
costume in exaggerated style if it must be worn day in and day out.
The feature of this suit is, of course, the contrast of the white
cloth and black velvet with the black-and-white striped suiting. On
the white cloth revers and cuffs black crochet buttons add still fur
The coat Is a modified cutaway model with a high-waisted cut
at the back. The skirt Is straight and simple, with panels at back
and front and a stitched fold between.
Cth Trecirct 1434 Seventh avenue.
7th Freciuct 11C1 Fifteenth street.
8th Precinct 1914 Third avenue.
Obituary Record. Joseph Newman,, T0i,anna Markham is hero from' '.h Precinct Kate Byrnes' barn on
a resident of Moline for the laol quar-, Gja(stolic. to spend the winter. ! Nineteenth street between Sixth and
ter of a century, passed away Sunday! M , losenrt Peterson of 1 Seventh avenues.
Lyons, Iowa, and Milton and Charles j
Carey of Cur'non Cliff visited Sunday ;
at C. H. Lee's. ;
Mrs. Johanna Markham is hero from '
tendance, all of them taking part in
the program, which lasted from Fri
day till Sunday, inclusive. Several
Abrahamson, editor of i members of the Wennerberg chorus of inS a lingering illness with consump-
AneiiBtana rr.llri-e aKsicred in the cin tr- I lion. -Mr. aiamun wa uui n in .wuwne,
evening at the city hospital. Mr. New
man was a native German, born March
in. 1S41. He came to America and di
rect to Rock Island county 25 years
ago and he had made his home here
ever since. He leaves a widow, Mrs.
Amelia Newman, and a son, Herman
G. Newman, residing at 20S Railroad
avenue. The funeral will be held Wed
nesday at 2 p. m., at the family home.
Interment will be in Riverside ceme
tery. George Stanton, residing at 1712
Twenty-eighth avenue, passed away
Sundav afternoon at his home .foliow-
Sunday with Mrs.
10th Precinct Hose house on Twen-1
organ of the
ing. Older than the synod itself, the ' Sept. 22. lSG4, and had passed his
Galosburg church was one of the first
from Galesbure. where he has been at-!
ner j tending the 60th anniversary celebra-! tablished in the United States. It Is
jtion or the bwedish Lutneran church j also one of the largest in the synod,
of that city. He made the principal having more than 1,450 communicant
p.ddress Sunday afternoon on the sub- members.
whole life in this community. Two sis
tera. Mrs. N. Littig and Miss Eva Stan
ton, together with a brother, Frank
Stanton of Iowa, are surviving mem
bers of the family.
ject. ' The Children and the Church." j
Friday evening Dr. G. A. Andreen, presi- j
dent of Augustana college, delivered a
a lecture on church music in connec
tion with the grand festival concert
given that evening. Dr. L. A. John-; "Weil."
Eton, formerly of Moline. now of St. i they do
His Achievements. j
"After I am gone." be complained.
'people will begin to notice what I j
have done." .
S. S. Baker of Reynolds was here
Miss Vera Guckert went to Geneseo
Marv Whitehead. j ty-second street.
Mrs. Ruey Buffum is visiting at the! 11th Precinct Schmid's grocery, 823
home of George Norton at Watertown. i Twentieth street,
Herbert Probst was here from Dav- i 12th Precinct Hose house on Twen-
ennnrt tVio fnro nart of the week call- ty-sixth Street.
ing 'on his mother. Mrs. C. J. Probst.
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Guckert of Moline
were Sunday guests here.
Mrs. Walter Ploog and daughter Min
nie of Moline visited Friday at the
home of Mrs. M. E. Whitehead.
Henry Hilberg wa3 up from Water
town Monday. i
Mrs. Mary Gu ckcrt is visiting at
George Johnson's, Pleasant Valley,
Iowa. Wednesday was her Soth birth- j
EASY TO GET RID
Dandruff means that down near
the roots of your hair there is a vast
army of little invisible germs or mi
crobes. And this army never sleeps; tt
wages a war of destruction night and
day. It destroys the nourishment
that the hair must have in order to
grow vigorously and abundantly.
Parisian Sage now sold all over
13th Precinct 709 Twenty-sev- Anierjca wu destroy these germs and
enth street. i at the same time furnish the hair
11th Precinct 3110 Fifth avenue. j rtot8 with Just the proper nourlah-
ir.th Precinct 510 Forty-fifth street. ment to maje nair Rrow instroua and
ICih Prcci'ict Gannon's paint shop luxuriant,
on Fourteenth avenue between Thirty- Parisian Sage Is guaranteed by
eighth and Thirty-ninth streets. Harper house pharmacy to ban-
Which election will be opened at I isn dandruff, stop falling hair and
seven (7) o'clock in the morning and j itching sc alp or money back. It is a
continue open until five (5) o'clock in i delightful ha:r dressing that wins In
the evening of that date. ! athnt favor with refined women. Sold
Dated at Kock Island, III., this 2Cth
day of September, A. D. 1911.
M. T. RL'DGREN',
j Paul, president of the Augustana syn
i od : Dr. M. C. Ransecn of Chicago.
president of the Illinois conference;
"Adventure," Jack London's Pr. C. J. E. Haterius of Cleburne. Kan.,
greatest story, begins in The and Rev- Peter Pe,Prson of Stanton.
congregation. were other notable
Swedish Lutheran clergymen in at-
his wife sadly replied, "if i Monday for a visit.
it won't take them long."
Chicago Record Herald.
Argus tomorrow night. Don't
miss the opening chapter.
Optimist A gran' mornin the mora?
Misanthrope (grudgingly) It's no
m'theglther ill (brightening but. eh.
mon. think o' the national debt. Lon
Mr. and Mrs. Gcoree Dirreon and
children of Moline visited Hampton
Mrs. Herbert Probst of Davenport
vi.'ited Mrs. E. M. Arcularius.
Rev. G. R. Cady of East Moline was
cauiug a.iuu.w). 1.1910. and another anDroved Mai-
Mr. and Mrs. August Light of Pleas-j 12 19n aud ,n f Ju j 1911.
. T - .. M T T 1 IT 1 M T
Notice is hereby given that on
Tuesday, the 31st day of October, 1
1911, in the City of Rock Island, in
the County of Rock Island, and State
of Illinois, an election will be held in '
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, 1872,
and all acts amendatory there
to, including one approved March
9, 1910, and in force July
Your couh annoys you. Keep on
hacking anrl tearing the delicate mem
branes of your throat if you want to
be annoyed. But if you want relief,
want to bo cured, take Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy. Sold by all druggists.
for only f0 cents a large bottle by
the Harper house pharmacy and
druggists everywhere. Girl with
auburn hair on every carton and bottle.
"Adventure," Jack London's
greatest story, begins in The
Argus tomorrow night. Don't
miss the opening chapter..
ant Valley, Icwa, Henry Pardee of
Whatever Your Prejudice
Give Children Clean
Perhaps you are still using rav, germ-laden
m :1k, bought from the milkman daily. There are
millions of others like you. It is hard to change
customs a thousand years old.
But ycu know that danger always lurks in raw
milk. There are millions cf germs in each spocn
fal. You know there ure many tubercular cows.
And you know, or should know, that most infant
mortality is caused by the germs in milk.
You know that pure milk is our greatest food
problem. That millions are coming to pasteur
ized milk. Within a few years, beyond any ques
t.cn, raw milk will be as rare a food as raw meat
is today. And for tha same reason the danger
of germ infection.
I-i the meantime we urge and pViysic:n urge
that you give children a termless milk.
Done Simply by Heat
This is how milk is made utterly sterile at all
tfce Van Caiup dairies.
In the first place the da.ries are sanitary.
inspected. Cleanliness is carried to
The milk is all teed. Then, while fresh from
the cows, it is put in a corper vacuum. There,
without scalding the milk, we evaporate two
Curci of the water.
Then the milk is sealed up in cans. Then each
c-n is pasteurized by heat. The milk then is
uuerly sierile absolutely free from germs.
Nothing whatever is added no sugar, no
preservative. Nothing but water is taken out.
When you replace the water, the milk is the same
as it came from the cows, save for the sterilization.
America's Finest Milk
We have dairies in severi states, each in the
heart of a great dairying section. They are
supplied with high-bred Holstein cows.
To bring this milk to you in perfect condition
we employ famous Dutch and Swiss experts. We
have spent $100,000 in the past seven years to
perfect our dairy processes.
The result is the finest milk produced in Amer
icaequal to the milks cf Switzerland. Please
note that. Whatever your prejudice against
"canned milk," you will never in the world taste
better milk than Van Camp's.
Like Using Cream
The milk comes to you as thick as thick
cream. For coffee and cereals most people dilute
it It is 28 per cent solids, 8 per cent butter fat.
In coffee it tastes like the richest cream. On
cereals it tastes like sterilized cream. Io cooking
it gives you a richness and flavor never obtained
from raw milk.
Not because of anything added. This is simply
the whole rich milk. That flavor is only the
natural taste of whole milk.
Milkman's milk separates, so you rarely get the
hole milk. Butter fat rises and solids faU.
When that milk gets to the cooking it is rarely
more than a half-milk. That's ail the difference.
But just note from one milk dish what a differ
ence that makes.
A Cow in the Pantry
You can buy. If yoa wish, a month's supply at
a time. Have rich milk and cream always on
hand all that you want with 6one ever left over.
For the opened can keeps until you use it up.
Imagine what it means to have milk and cream -for
a month, all stored on the pantry shelf. Think
what you are losing in convenience alone by buy
ing from hand to mouth.
Saves About Half
Now comes the strangest fact. This ideal milk,
whole, rich and sterile, costs less than milk
wagon milk. This Holstein milk, from model
dairies, less than milk from mongrel cows.
We save you the cost of the milkman's daily
delivery. That costs more than the milk. And
we save you all the waste. In the average home
the use of Van Camp's cuts milk bills right in two.
We are milking 30,000 cows per day to supply
the demand for this milk. Won't you learn why
so many use it?
The JS-ox. can a full
pint of Van Camp's
costs 10 cents. The 6-oz.
can costs 5 cents. That's
with two-thirds the water
evaporated. Your grocer
gets it from our nearest
Vaa Caxrp P&.-:r.g Co.
India pofau l -
Van Camp's Milk
Evaporated Sterilized Unsweetened
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 Jul;-, 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-
j crals and an underground system and
I 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
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,
wires and fixtures therein and there
on and connect the necessary appli
ances and apparatus therewith and
maintain the same through, under,
over and along 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 ordinance
was filed in the office of the city
clerk on the 9th day of August, 1S1L
Also at said election the proposi
tion for the passage of an amendment
to be known aa Section 11 of the ordi
nance entitled saloons, providing for
increasing the dram shop license to
one thousand (f 1.000.00) dollars pert
year, will be submitted to the electors.
The polling place for this election
will be as given below. In designating
the polling places, the street numbers
are used for convenience la locating
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.
The polling place of said electioaj
will be as follows:
1st Precinct Ton's barber shop.
2nd Precinct C28 Eighth street.
3rd Precinct 1014 Third avenue.
4th Precitct 5?24 Ninth street.
6th Precinct County jail building.
7.1. VSiTKi , ..
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