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THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 29, 1911.
PEACEABLY INCLINED STATESMEN FEAK
DEMOCRATIC LEADERS' WOOL TAX VIEWS
Licensed to Wed Charles H Kuehl
and Visa Theresa Thode of Dlxoa;
Charles Petersen and Miss Bertha
Rpefh of Davenport; Jay H. Blair and
Miss Hilda Wolf of Davenport; WU
Uam J. Bcbuman, Newton, and MUs
Amanda Tagge, New liberty; Edward
Bolts, MoCawdand, and MUs Mabel
Stewart, Princeton; Theo Montgomery,
East Orange, N. J, and Miss Dora
thea O. Brutus, Davenport.
' Two Fire Call. The Are depart
ment waa called to the MarCn-Woodi
company on Perry street yeaterday
morning at o'clock to extinguish a
small blase which bad atarted In the
elevator shaft. The lose waa email. A
call waa sent In from 714 Weat Third
atreet Wednesday afternoon, where the
paper over the chimney flue had caught
fire. No damage waa done.
Dinner for Poor. The annual cus
tom of the Davenport lodge No. 28 of
EOca In providing a New Tear'a din
ner for the poor of Davenport, tinder
the direction of Ned Lee, will be ob
served next Monday, Jan. 1. This year
. the dinner will be aerved at 13 o'clock
noon at the Weat Bide Settlement on
Western avenue, opposite the public
square. Asstetlng the Xlks win be a
number of the "Good reHowtr" of the
cfty. No one tn Davenport need go
hungry on New Tear'a day. It la ex
pected (hat in the neighborhood of 500
people will be fed by reason of the
generosity and good will of the Elks
and the "Good Fellows" who have
asked to be allowed to share In this
Got a Big Order. The Davenport
Locomotive works received the largest
order In Its history yesterdav -when
the .contract for 18 engines waa closed
with ' Foley, Welch & Stuart of Spo
kane, contractors engaged In building
the Canadian Grand Trunk Pacific rail
way between Edmonton and the Pacific
coast. AH of the 26 locomotives must
be finished within 40 days, but this
provision will not inconvenience the
local factory, as the capacity la one
locomotive complete per day.
Obituary Record. Mrs. Margaret
Dahlquist, wife of Officer Olaf Dabl
qulst of the police department, died
at her home. 191 Gaines street, yea
terday afternoon at 3 o'clock. Pneu
monia waa the cause of death, she
having caught a severe cold last Sat
urday. She waa born and reared in
Davenport. ,the date of her birth be
ing Oct. 26. ,187s. Surviving are her
hue band and three children, George,
aged 4 years. Martin, aged 3 years,
and Irene, aged 2 months.
Wednesday evening at 6:30 o'clock,
at the Mercy hospital, occurred the
death of Mlsa Amy Hess, aged 17
years, death being due to appendicitis.
Last week deceased waa taken ill, and
Christ maa day she was removed to
Mercy hospital and operated upon Im
mediately, falling, however, to recover.
She Is aurvtved by her father, Henry
W. Hess; Mrs. Hattle Kroeger of Wal
eott, a sister; Otto, William and Elsie,
all at home. The funeral will be held
Saturday morning at 11 o'clock from
the home, two miles north of Walcott,
with' interment taking place in Mays
Z&neet A. Moeller, the well known
Marxjoette street grocer, died Wednes
day afternoon at 3:30 o'clock at his
home 1111 Weat Fifth street. Deceas
ed waa. born Aug. 20, 1876, la Lumden,
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' Statesmen who ara hoping for a united sentiment in Congress in
' support of remedial measures, following the tariff board's report upon
I the wool tarlO. fear William Jennings Bryan is going to take up the
cudgels for free raw wooL Bryan is scheduled to epeak at the Jack
son day banquet in Washington. It has been intimated by the Nebras
ka man's friends that he may demand that tie Democratic caucus up
hold the Democratic free wool doctrine. Rep. Francis Burton Harri
son, of New York, and Rep. Ollle James, of Kentucky, members of the
House ways and means committee, are among the Democrats who still
state that they are opposed to any duty whatever on raw wool, and
.that when consideration of schedule K is taken up, they will use every
effort toward the elimination of the present tax.
Want Fresh Alr A "Better Venti
lation" crusade is to be launched by
the health department Acting on the
theory that fresh air la free and that
something is gone ;wrong if a supply
of it la not always handy and ready
for use. Commissioner Eastman has
instructed Dr. Perry Weasel, city phy
sician, to make an inspection of mov
ing picture houses and schools. The
purpose of the Inspection will be to
secure data regarding -ventilation.
8c Id Horse Meat Aaron Favery
waa fined $19.65 yeaterday forenoon
In the court of Justice Cartwrlght In
Eaat Moline on a charge of selling
unwholesome food. He was charged
with the sale of horse meat which It
is said one AlphonBe .Tonner engaged
him to peddle. Tonner, according to
the story Introduced at Favery hear
ing, purchased the animal In Rock
Island for $1.75. The meat waa
bought by a Greek butcher in Eaat
Molina, who presumed it was beef,
and when lie learned that It was not
he swore out the warrant for Faverys
arrest Tonner cannot bo located by
Designate Coasting Hills. City
commissioners yesterday placed a ban
on coasting on two hills and desig
nated the hours In whii the sport
may be enjoyed on the remaining two
hills. They took this action follow.
ing an accident when Paul Lundberg,
aged P7, son of Mr. and Mrs. C. M.
Lundberg, 1614 Fourth avenue, col
lided with a wagon, breaking both
bones of his right leg below the knee.
Hills that are placed on the blacklist
are Twenty-fifth and Third street
hills. Coasters will be permitted to
use Twelfth and Sixteenth streets the
remainder of the week, and then the
commission board will decide what
action to pursue in case coasting
weather continues. Hours of coast
ing are from 1 to 10 p. m., and officers
will be stationed at dangerous cross
ings during that time.
Change Meeting Place. Moline
council of Royal Arcanum will hold
its last meeting In Turner hall this
evening, when a class of candidates
will be initiated. Next year the lodge
will meet in Swedish Olive hall, the
second and fourth Tuesdays instead
of the first and third Thursdays. The
first meeting in the new quarters will
be Jan. 9, when officers will be in
stalled, followed by the annual oyster
supper. The second dancing party of
the season will be held Jan. 13, in
Red Men's hall. Murphy's orchestra
Schleswlg, Holstein, Germany, and at
the time of his demise was 3G years of
age. In 18S8, at the age of 13 years,
he came to America with his parents,
coming directly to Davenport, where
he entered the public schools. Later
be was employed by the late John
Brockmann, the grocer. In 1899, to
gether with his brother-in-law, he
bought the business and up to the pres
ent time had conducted the store. The
survivors are the widow, Iaura Moel
ler; two children, Nelda and Raymond;
the mother, Mrs. Margaretha Moeller;
one brother, Peter Moeller; three sis
ters. Mrs. Margaretha Kipp, Mrs. Ber
tha Raveling, and Mrs. Mathilda Paul
CURED NEVER TO RETURN
Entirely removed from the sys
tem not "locked In." like orvlin
arr treatment to again reapp&r.
Our treatment curtj Bores. Ul
cers and Symptoms In 16 to
days, so you nor any one would
know you ever bad the trouble.
Also Bkln DiaeasM. bores. Ul
cers, Ecaraa, Flmples, Blotches.
Itch log, Burning and Discolora
tion of the Bkln.
Uwnl Chsirsm ( Asr Specialist.
qasrk.es Cum That Stay
Cures Aftar Hot Springs Fall.
TO CURB BLOOD
bISAB It must
be entirely re
moved from tbe
system. Tbe treat-
ment we give yon
acta so quickly
the poison that
you can almost
feel it being cast
out every day,
and creates fresh,
pure blood. cleans
ing and building
up the system, so
there Is no comeback to It.
Tour advantage In treating
with os Is that when you are
cured you will stay cured and
the treatment dors not Injure
your stomach and causa bone
pains and aches, like strong min
Comer Fourth and Brady Streets,
Hour Every dsy. a. m. to t
p. tn.. Tuesday and Saturday ev
ening. ? to ; Buudsys, t a, m.
to 1 J only.
Bit rtxteewtk St. Helta. IU.
Hours Every dsy a. m. to (
p. ni.; Wednesday and Friday ev
enings. to , and Sunday morn
ing to Is.
day until Monday at the home of Rob
Among the Rock Island visitors Sat
urday were Mr. and Mrs. William
Crawford, Mrs. Walter McCounel aud
two daughters, Mr. and Mrs. Louis
Gould and children, Flossie Scarr,
John Hofer, Joe Brussel, Julia and
Gus Hintermelster, Mrs. Clyde Mof-
Stt and Mrs. Adolph Dunlap.
James Moffitt was in the village
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Brookroan and
daughter Doris of Center Point, Iowa,
are visiting at tbe home of Mr. and
Mrs. Godfrey Schneider.
Rose Kuehl returned to Black Hawk
The farmers' Institute at Reynolds
waa well attended.
Charles Schneider of Alnsworth,
Iowa, la vlBltlng relatives here
Mr.' and Mra. William Crawford
spent several days at the home of
Newton Crawford in Davenport.
Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Ramsay and
daughter Frances visited with rela
tives in Olin, Iowa, this week.
Rev. G. H. Thorpe was in the vil
Mr. and Mrs. Rhelnhold Zwlcker of
Preemption visited at tbe home of
August Hartman Sunday.
Those who spent Sunday at the
home of Godfrey Schneider were Mr.
and Mrs. S. O. Heath. Mr. and Mrs.
John Lowe, Mrs. August Hartman,
Mrs. R. Zwlcker, John Hofer, P. L.
McManls and Charles Jabn.
Lawrence Weiss was a business
caller here Saturday.
Adolph Schneider of Davenport
spent Monday at the home of his
brother, Godfrey Schneider.
Mrs. Charles Crawford spent Christ
mas with her mother, Mra. S. Taylor
of Rock Island.
Miss Matie Wood, who hag been at
tending school at De Kalb, returned
home Saturday for a vacation.
Miss Lena Lee, a student at the
state university, is spending the holi
day vacation at home.
Walter Cooper of near Millersburg
visited from Saturday until Tuesday
with his grandfather, Hiram Cooper.
There will be a New Tear's so
ciable at the home of Elisha Lee. -
Misses Lillie, Bessie and Mary
Marsh started to Kansas City Friday
to visit with relatives.
A son was born to Mrs. John Mc
Mylo Lee, Jr., of Iowa Is visiting
his cousin, Elisha Lee.
A. Kendal, son Meigs and Miss
Winifred Boyles spent Chrlstmss
with Mr. and Mrs. Ben Halstead of
West Liberty, Iowa.
The young men of Harvey Ram
sey's Sunday school class will give
a corn sociable in the Hamlet hall
Friday night, Jan. 6. A 25-cent sup
per will be served from 6 until 8
o'clock. An interesting program has
been prepared, which will be given
after supper. A most cordial invi
tation is extended to all.
Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Ramsey and
Mr. and Mrs. John Reabe spent
Chlstmaa with the former's parents
Miss Mary Close is visiting with
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Close.
Ben Neely of New Boston Is vis
iting his sister, Mrs. C. B. Halstead.
Among the teachers spending the
Christmas vacation with home folks
are Charlea Lee of Lincoln, Neb.,
Bessie Cooper of Macomb and Sarah
Crabs of Aledo.
There will be preaching services
at the Hamlet Presbyterian church
Jan. 7 and 14.
Mrs. George Hartman and Mrs.
Fred Hartman of Aledo with their
children axe visiting at the home of
Mr. and Mra. Prentiss Halstead ol
Edgington spent Christmas with Mr.
and Mrs. C. B. Halstead.
Riley Halstead visited from Satur
day until Tuesday at the home o.
Emersjn Crabs found one of his
best yea-ling colts dead In the field
the first of the week.
When you? put a : baking into the -oven, are
you always sure it will come out ripht? Are vou
sure it wilLbe.Ught and fluffy rand- tastily baked
nrill Je !- "o floe ennmr' ntliieaO
The whole thing hingesyoa the baking powder you use: So what'i
the use of taking chances. in.bakingwnen with'
you can always be sure that every baking will be
successful? . Failure simply means time lost, mater
ials wasted and the whole baking to be done over
and yet you take that chance whenever you don't
use Calumet.1 For Calumet alone is unfailing in
ood results Cahimet alone guarantees success.
Fse Calumet and be sure.
Then you can bake "with" more certainty of good results. The
baking will be more uniformly raised lighter tastier more
wholesome, because the materials in Calumet are so perfectly
adapted to all baking requirements and then so carefully propor
tioned that failures are almost impossible.
Calumet shows a great saving in price over "trust" brands -and
is much more economical in use than cheap, "big-can" brands.
Received the Highest Award at & World's Per Food EzpotitioB.
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F. McKendrlck and family spent
Christmas at Camanche, Iowa.
Mrs. K. D. Klingenberg and son are
spending a ' month In Nebraska with
Miss Olivia Carlson Is ill.
Mrs. Wagoner has resigned her posi
tion as teacher of the eighth grade
Mrs. M. Burns is enjoying a visit
from her mother, Mrs. J. Parks of
J. Lysinger and parents spent the
Christmas holidays at Waterloo, Iowa.
Rev. E. W. Thompson and wife have
arrived home from a brief visit at
N. Skelly and wife have returned
home from Des Moines.
J. Walker and wife spent the holi
days at Mineral with relatives.
Mrs. J. Richards has as a holiday
guest her siBter, Miss Otta of Pitts
J. M. Pershing and family spent
Christmas with relatives at Geneeo.
H. Voss, who holds the position of
head telephone operator at the new
shops, spent Christmas at Geneseo
C. Crossley and wife were visited
by Mr. and Mrs. B. Boyster of St.
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Pike wers paid a
visit by their son George of Cham
Christmas day, Mrs. E. L. Scott en
tertained her children, Mr. Mills and
family of Sherrard, G. Walker and
wife of Sheffield, and T. Scott and fam
ily of Blue Island.
Miss C. Crawford of Dubuque visit
ed relatives here during the holidays.
J. B. Huston and wife have returned
home from a brief visit at Menden, 111.
W. Hobson Is ill of pneumonia.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bull have a new
son at their home.
Stewart Bull of Silvis and Miss Edna
Sherman of Davenport were married
Christmas day. The groom has been
employed at the new shops for a num
ber of years, and the bride is a well
known and popular young lady.
Mrs. J. L. Price, who has been very
ill, la able to be up.
F. Hall and wife spent Sunday at
Bernard Yokes and family bad as a
holiday guest his niece, Miss Anna
Yokes of De Pew.
Earl Kyle and father have been
spending eeveral days at Burlington,
Mrs. F. W. Rettick was paid a visit
by L. Anderson of S wed on a.
W. Allen spent the holidays with
relatives at Topeka, Kan.
Miss Ethel S. Sherrln has returned
home to Oak Park after visiting at the
home of Mrs. Richard BelL
Cornelius Abrams has recovered
from his illness.
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first iign of constipation, biliousness
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Ui sniriey castor spent from Frl- ce&is, ai au druggists. .
"Acute Indigestion the Cause. How
Often do we Read this Heading
ia Our Daily Paper.
Dear reader, if your food does not
digest properly, but stays In your
stomach, causing much misery, short
ness of breath and fermentation, you
are the one that should constantly
have with you a box of MI-O-NA
Two little MI-O-NA tablets taken
at tbe first sign of distress would
have kept many a death notice out
of the papers.
If yon have stomach trouble of
any kind, start' to get rid of it to
day. One 50 cent box of MI-O-NA
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and druggists everywhere.
turned to his home In Coal Valley
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Foster of
Rock Island spent Christmas In
Miss Josie Stevens visited over
Sunday In Sherrard.
Miss Phoebe Leers of Galesbnrg
visited at the Lawson home Tues
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Russell spent
Christmas with the latter'a parents,
Mr. and Mra. J. F. Hebbeln In
Miss Liszie Sword and Joe Hol-
gate were Rock. Island visitors Monday.
George Urickson made a trip to
Viola and back Monday.
Mlsa Nina Sackeld of Sherrard
visited over Monday night at the
William Stevens home.
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Laugherty of
Viola spent Christmas with the tor-
mers . parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. P.
Mr. and Mrs. John Clark of Gil
christ spent Monday with friends
There will be a dance In the op
era house New Year's night.
Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Lewis and
children and Mr. and Mrs. Miller
Mrs. Henry Mofflt visited in Wan-
The Odd Fellows lodge of this
place has purchased an organ.
Delia Bedford and Nora Thomp
son spent Sunday with Viola friends
Willie Liebendorfer and Miss
Jeaniie Dockerty were united In
marriage at the home of the bride's
father, Peter Dockerty, at noon
Frank Hebbeln was a Rock Inland
Ben Glfford and Fred Hoefle of
Sherrard were here Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Wild and three
children spent Christmas In Coal
Charles Mainard was a Rock Is
land visitor Saturday.
Tom Beattie spent Christmas at
his home In Sherrard.
George Urickson was a Gilchrist
Mr. and Mrs. William Esp were
Gilchrist visitors Monday.
Fred Burns of Sherrard visited
over Sunday at the Kennedy home.
Mx. and Mrs. Harry Quaintance
spent Christmas with the former's
mother in Sherrard.
Mlsa Mable Sherrard of Sherrard
visited friends here Monday.
Fred Rosenburg, who has been
clerking in the Schroeder Sc. Caddy
store during Christmas week, re-
Lewis and children spent Chrtstmai
The Misses Mary Purvis and Mary
Smear attended church in Viola
Edward Burns of Aledo made a
visit here Monday. "
Wallle Gustafson and Miss Susie
Sword spent Christmas in Moline.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Dockerty
spent Christmas In Goal Valley.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Voss and
two sons of Viola spent Christmas
at the John Adams home.
Saved His Wife's Ufa.
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down In her bed, not able to get up
without help. She had a severe bron
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I got her a bottle of Dr. King's New
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