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THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 21, 1911.
Electrical Aids in the Laundry
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LAWYER D ARROWS FEE FOR DEFENDING
McNAMARA BROTHERS WILL BE $100,000
Licensed to Wed. Harry Schroeder
and Miss Anna Schreck, both of Dav
Boy Is Sentenced, Dorrance Quin-'
lan, the 19-year-old youth who stole $53
in cash from the room of M. A. Raw-.-on
Sunday evening while he was
rooming with him, was yesterday aft
ernoon sentenced to SO days in the
county jail on a charge of petty lar
ceny. The charge was changed from
erand larceny to petit larceny just he-!
fore the hearing.
Eskimos in Auto. After having cov-'
ered more than 13.0V) miles through 20
states. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Sipes, Ole
Oleson, a Swedish lecturer and two Es
kimos, whom Mr. Sipes brought from
Alaska, arrived in the city this noon
in a Buick motor truck. The party ex
pects to remain in Davenport until
Monday and then will travel eastward,
thfr objective point hein:r New York.
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Forger Is Held. Frank To'ter is
ield at the police station on inforrna-i
tion charging him with embezzlement. !
ft is alleged that he issued a check !
about a yoar at;o to a MoHne man and !
that the money, could not be obtained:
ou the certificate. Porter at a late hour i
this afternoon had refused to go to'.
Molfne until he he had consulted with
his attoriioy. The amount is claimed to'
Suit Is Settled. Dismissal of the;
damage suit of X. D. Ely vf. the Chi-
-dgo. Hock Island & Pacific railroad j
'vas filed yesterday, the plaintiff set- i
tlinj; the njit for J150. He had eued
for $l0i tor personal injuries alleged;
'o have been received while a passen
Moline until he bad consulted with
l is trunk having been ?mahe I.
Firct Evidence Taken. Five wit. j
i;erhes for the prosecution were heard
t ff'ore Judge F. P. Letts yesterdav aft-
prnoon in the trial of Rudolph Bran-j
denburg for the murder of his fepfatn- j
r. ( iaus Mounter, on me nignt. or tea. ;
"7, Ja; l." Hoenke, a farm hand of j . ---
1 "V ; j . :L V after an examination announced that nesday for a visit with
. I it, tr,e T,e,Rht.orhood of he Meunter:the lnj,,r(.d , was not Droken. Tne sherrard and Cable.
. '"I: f. 1 . "r-.. accident may cause another postpone- Mrs. John Ranson
... i .(iU.aner ana wmcors j.n. amMt overnop.8 r,anp to artend Mth relativeB the past two weeks,
and .l:m ( annou ere on the and. j to h!s dlltlPS at thp executive mansion. Mr. and Mr?. Joseph Davison of
They tc.t.ned to Incidents leading up; ! Danville, 111., came Friday for a visi:
to the tragedy, the conditions sur-: m . ... ,' r.' r ,rt
w71 ICX 1 Cll U IMrs. Robert Davison.
Mrs. Henry Rhode is visiting rela
tives at Hillsdale and Rock Island.
Mrs. Robert Ranson and Mrs. Thom
as El!iott and Edna Ranson attended
Clarence Darrow, the famous lawyer who is chiet counsel tor
th McNimirt brothers in the Los Angeles trial, has been promised a
fee of $100,000. He has taken a bouse at LosAngeles and la pay.
1st attention to no other law business.
Dlea of Burns. John Murphy. 502 ;
Railroad avenue, who was burned
frightfully Thursday morning follow-;
ing a gasoline explosion at his home, i
jdied at 11:35 yesterday morning In the?
; city hospital. His wife, who poured '
gasoline in a cook stove Are resulting
in the explosion, is expected to die at :
any minute. Mr. Murphy came here
from Joliet three years ago and he
was 33 years old. He was married to
Mrs. Hilda Larson of this city in Oc-;
toher of 190S. He leaves four siaters
in Joliet and a brother, who is a pbysi-j
cian in Chicago. ;
Entertaining Agents. Officials of'
the Velie Motor Vehicle company, are ;
hosts to a large delegation of dealers
who have been called into the home j
plant in order that they might inspect j
the 1912 line of Velie cars and have !
the improvements and new features 1
pointed out to them under the most j
favorable conditions. Up to noon yes-1
terdav 45 dealers from some of the!
principal centers the country had ar- j
Obituary Record. John A. Tiegreen, 1
a continuous resident of Moliue for the
.last 42 years, passed away at 10:13
o'clock "Wednesday night at his home,
:218 Fourth avenue. Two daughters,
! Jennie and Cora F. Tiegreen are left
; fatherless by the death. John A. Tie
green was norn August 1.. lisu,
Sweden. As a young man of 24 he
jcrosfed the Atlantic and on landing in
: America journeyed direct to Moline,
the family home ever since. Mr. Tie
green was married to Matilda Johnson,
in this city, Dec. . 1T2. The funer
al has been set for Sunday afternoon,
at 2 o'clock from the home, and a ha'f
, hour later from the Swedish Baptist
church. The Rev. Carl Vingren will be
asFiFted in the services by Dr. Lloyd,
of the Edeewood Baptist church.
t TTL mi i -1 . nn
a m nur win wain siicets or ou mixea
pieces at one time at a cost of about 1 cent
for electricity. In view of this low cost, can
you afford to bother with the old fashioned
tub and washboard with its attendant slop,
fuss and hard work ? The Thor does the
work not only cheaper but better than hand
work. There is no rubbing of the clothes, yet
the heaviest piece is as thoroughly cleansed
as the lightest. Price $S5. We sell all the
best makes of Electric Washers.
is quite as invaluable as the Electric
Washer. It effects a wonderful saving of
time and strength by eliminating footsteps
between ironing board and stove. Then,
too, since the iron is always smooth and
clean, and the heat so uniform, work goes
faster and is done better than with stove
heated irons. This 6-pound iron, complete
with connecting cord, $425. Other makes,
sizes and styles at varying prices.
Michigan and Jackson Boulevards
Over 2000 thing electrical
If If fe ill!': "if. iHlsiKbrC!, $q By i
Wia. D. MrJoakUi Adertiaiu Ageocy, CMcago.
of Silvis visited
rounding and in the home at the time
and the possible relative positions of
the two men when the shots were
fired, ilrandenburj; appeared with Ms
mother. He seemed to be self-poss-ess-j
d and frequently offered suggestions
Harry Nichols went to Cuba, 111.,
called by the death of bis brother's
wife, Mrs. John Nichols.
Bert Kerns returned home Saturday
M. V. (Jatinon. Court was adjourned
:t noou with Officer Jim Camcn on the
Chicago. Springfield and Peoria, where
he had been on business.
Deneen Hurts Leg Again.
Sprin -field. II! , Oct. 2t. Governor
Iteneen. while dnFCendine the Ka'rs 2t
the executive mansion, sustsiv'! a
fall and in jury to his broken
hr. Physicians were summoned and
Scott and! from Aledo, where he served on the I tn funeral of their uncle. John Ran-
peiit jury last week. 6on CI KOCK siana. tunaaj-.
Tr Wiliinm niher.i and tlanehtpr : C. A. Samnelson has returned from
Mary left for a two weeks" visit with
relatives at Oskaloosa and Marshall
David Beveridge returned to Moline
Tuesday after a few days' visit with
his sister, Mrs. Gurncy Farrow.
Mr. and Mrs. John Edgar and chil
dren of Rock iBland came out Wed-
Henry Zeeman and family are mov
ing to Wisconsin where Mrs. Zeeman
has purchased property.
Mrs. C Young is visiting relatives
at Kansas City.
Le Roy McGinnis and mother have
arrived home from Lincoln, Neb.
D. Beveridv.c is spending a lew
days with relatives at Sherrnrd.
Mrs. A. Tubbs has been entertaining
her sister, Mr;. Fry of Fret-port.
Mrs. A. Poster has arrived home
from a visit with relatives and frien'is
at Elkhart, Ind.
Mrs. A. C. Hanson was paid a visit
by Emma Straesser of Peoria laot
last Wednesday. Mr. Sonders was
pastor of the Baptist church here
seven years ago.
Miss Frieda Martens will cu'citain
at a miscellaneous shower at hr
home Saturday. Oct. 21. from '2 io .".
in honor of Mi.cs louirse Paxon. whoso
marriage to Charles Blas-r takes place
Mrs. Charles Winks and daughter
Mildred. Mrs. Clara West, Mrs. S. L
Rolnr's and daughter Klia. Mr. and
Mrs. T. E. Cole and son Lon. the Miss
es Alma Hass and Martha HiPiize. N.
.loniiMJu auu ,itnc iiunm-ii, .ins.
Charles Huntley and daughtt-r l.olaj
were boat passengers for Rock Island
lor Ridge visited friends
uolds Sunday evening.
in Key-(head and chopped a suitcase run or
I clothes to bits. McGregor did not
Emerson Crabs met with an unfortu
nate accident Monday evening while
trying to drive a spike in a post. The
sr.iUe Hew, hitting him in the eye. Ho
aa taken to St. Luke's hospital in
Pavenport Tuesday and it was found 1
The Epworth league held its
! monthly sociable at the home of Miss
Marguerite Ketzle Saturday eveuing.
' Mrs. H. Streed and family of Orion
were guests over Sunday of G'. H.
'. Fassett and family.
Miss Esther Palstroni spent Thurs-
day in the tri-citips.
i Mrs. C. C. Johnson spent Tuesday
in Rock Island.
Charles flchleuter went to Rock
i E. O. Freytae. R. L. Malletie. W.
IF. Poonan and J. P.. Viinco were
called to Peoria 011 business Wed-
j Miss Majel Alcorn is visiting at
1 the home of her parents, Mr. and
I Mrs. L. O. Alcorn in Brooklyn.
To Remove First
Sign of Old Age
"The infallible tlrst sign of age Is
the sagging cheek muscles," says Mme.
I.iua Cavalleri. whose fame as a beau
ty culturist Ik scarcely outshone by
that gained before the footlights.
"These arc more difficult and serious
to treat than wrinkles," she contin
ues. "Tho saggirg muscles indicate
that they have grown too weak to re
main in place; tbey must be assisted,
The best way to strengthen and
Ward Curtis is working in an auto-! ,,:,rdon ,hm is b' ,18i"S a waHh loUo"
mobile factory in Moline. . maile Dy dissolving an ounce 01 piw-
Mrs. Cynthia Haskell and daugu-j rtt rt'd suxolite iu a half pint of witch
ter, Emily, expect io start Thur.-.- liazH- T1,is au' a freer circul.t
dav for an wvien.ieii viir in t r..i t i n . . tion to the affected parts besides
Mr. find Mrs. Graves of Rock Island
returned home Wednesday after visit
ing at the homes of Sam Dumbeli and
jer, N. P.,
Mrs. Charles Howard is entertaining Oscar Marsh. Their daughter Grace
I causing muKcle and skin to contract.
Saxolite, procurable at every drug
I store, has long been known by cont
MeV plexion specialists to possess remark
tliejable properties, valuable In treating
"If I bny you n seat in the Stork Ei
cbnnjre will you agre to ero to work?"
"1 ain't crary fur work. dad. Make
It a seat in the senate" Louisville
her uncle, F. Askew of Sheffield. 111.,
Mrs. Richard Bell is visiting rela
tives at Sherrard.
remained for a longer visit.
Mrs. Robert Candor and two chil
dren departed Tuesday for their home
in North Dakota after making an ex-
Asletp; Train Cuta Off Hat.
Kewanee. Oct. 21. William
Gregor, a peddler, fell asleep in
railroad yards. He lay so close to the! not only flabby tissue, but all wrinkle
track that a train cut his hat from his ' and furrows.
Andy Tubbs and family attended the tended visit at the Kendal home,
funeral of Mrs. Tubbs' brother-in-law The remains of John McLaughlin
Dr. Johnson of Barstow last week. and little Charles Mayhew, son of Alec
Mr. and Mrs. J. Welsh have arrived and Bertha Meyhaw were laid to rest
home from a month's visit with their jn the Hamlet cemetery Monday.
tea A-i m
1 1 trim
KEEP THIS BOTTLE IN MIND
AND DON'T ACCEPT A
DO YOU WANT
Miss Mary Halstead is visiting witft
Mr. and Mrs. Prentice Halstead of Ed-gington.
makes you feel well and adds to
the joy of living. Get a bottle
today and sidestep stomach trou
bles. You will look forward to
mealtime with pleasant anticipa
tion and have a better digestion
than ever before.
YOUR DRUGGIST HAS IT
daughter at Sayre, Pa.
F. Ball and family have arrived
home from a visit at Carbon Cliff with sinciton. i
Mrs. Balls' father W. Carey.
Dr. A. Hansan was recently visited
by his father Richard G. Hanson of
Catharine De Bourcey continues ill
with lung trouble.
A. Anderson has arrived home from
a visit at Topeka, Kas.. with relatives.
J. A. Johnson and wife and little
daughter Thelina have arrived home announced. I
from a visit with his brother William' The C. I. C. club met at the home'
Johns at West Liberty, Iowa. They , of Miss Marquerite Dairs Saturday
were gone five days. j afternoon.
Mesdames F. Hall and R. Mier are Miss Josephine Thralls of Welling
entertainlng Mrs. M. Cain and daugh-jton, Kan., is visiting at the home of
ter of Colona.
Mrs. G. Nichols departed last week
Mrs. Sadie Mayall entertained the
members of the Ladies' circle and
the Priscilla club Saturday after
noon at a shower for Miss Iva John-;
son, whose engagement to Logan Ek-.
strom of Pueblo, Col., was recently
Are You Going to Heat Your House With
STEAM or HOT WATER?
If you are thinking of doing bo it will pay you to get
our estimate before letting your contract. We are irak- j
for Cuba, 111., to visit relatives.
Miss Cora Price departed last Thurs
day for a visit with Mrs. Allen of Bos
ton, and will remain a. year.
Mrs. H. I. Schmidt entertained the
members and friends of the Baptist
Ladles' Aid society in honor of Miss
Barr, a bride to be.
Mrs. W. D. Chapman is visiting: her
parents at Orion.
James Shannon and family are visit
ine in Louisiana.
Mr. and Mrs. Kendrick arrived borne
from Pennsylvania last week.
Miss Stella Wayne of Orion, has re
turned home after visiting relatives
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Curtis.
Mrs. W. A. Clarke and daughter,
Irma, of Alexis visited over Sunday
at the home of Mrs. Clarke a par
ents. Mr. and Mrs. John Millett.
Mrs. R. P. Wait, who ha3 been vis
iting at the home of her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Schriver of Rock
Island, has returned to her home in
J. B. Vance. G. W. Kilpatrlck. Da
vid Clarke and N. A. Taylor attend
ed the funeral of John McLaughlin,
west of town. Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Ramsay of Tay-
Special Low Prices
for the next 30 days that will save you money acd at the
same time gives us an opportunity to t'o the work before
the fall rush is on.
Wo also repair and put In order all kinds of furnaces, steam and
hot water boilers and right now is the proper tiui? for you to have
Alien , Mvers & Company
OPPQ6ITE HARPER HOUSE.
I Mr. and Mrs. John Sudquist and Mr.
; and Mrs. Fred Sudquist and families
I of Rock Islacd visited Sunday at the
i home i f Mr. and Mrs. Peter Johnson.
Mrs. Meliisia Johnson of Edgicgton
is viBiticg this week at the home of
her niece, Mrs. R. G. Thompson.
! Mrs. Louis Strohmeier acd son Har-
old ieot a few days the -last of the
: ek in the country visiting at the
i borne of her sister, Mrs. Ward Baker.
; Mr. and Mrs. Ed Wiggenmeier and
daughter of Rock Island spent Sunday
I vUlMr.g at the home of Mrs. Wiggen-
mlr's parents .Mr. and Mrs
The Baptist Sunday school will give
sociable on Hallowe'en at the town
j hslL There wl21 be booths, grab bags.
: and otheT kinds of amusements. Oys
ters. coSee. dotrthnuts. cake and
; pumpkia pj will be served.
The great secret of keeping the face .
young is to keep off the dead cuticle,"
said Dr. J. Mortimer Mitchell, the not
ed English dermatologist row visiting
this country. " It is well known that
the surface skin is constantly dying,
falling off in imperceptible particles,
except in some diseased rondiMons.
when the same appear like dandruff. .
But the particles do not drop off im
mediately they die, being hfld for a
while by the live skin.
"To have the dermatoiogical surgeon'
peel off the entire cuticle at one time j
is a painful ar.d expensive process.
John j The same result is obtained by apply
ing ordinary mercolizfd wax, as yo-i ;
would cold cream. This Is both pain-1
less and inexpensive. Tbe wax, procur-'
able at your drug stores, battens tbe
natural shedding process. It gradual-
!- absorb tie dfad and half-dead rJ:!i:
the Wor Id
DO., Tri-City Distributors.
Sold by All Grocers.
Rer. and Mrs. Souders moved bere J looking skin beneath."