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THE ROCK ISCAND AKGUS. THURSDAY, JANUARY 11, 1912.
If You Want to Burn Good Coal
Licensed to Wed. Alex Soeder,
Davenport, Ruth Hennlnger. Daven
port; Samuel E. Swlck, Davenport,
Anna Houghton. Davenport; John W.
Hagen, Durant, Martha A. Smoots,
Durant; Henry Chrtsop, Geneseo, 111.,
Edna X. Bklnner, Geneeeo, 111.; Harry
Rauch. Buffalo, Verona Eberhardt,
Veteran la Jailed. Barney Lewis,
the old aoldier -who -was brought to
the station Tuesday from an old Ehack
In th eastern part of the city, was
eent to Jail for 10 day yeatarday
He was In a bad shape from exposure
to the cold and from lack of food. He
will be given proper attention In jail
BOSTON PASTOE WHO CONFESSED TC KILLING GIKL SO HE COULD
WED ANOTHER GOES TO COTJKT TO CHANGE HIS PLEA TO GUILTY
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until some suitable pluce can be found
Want Suits Dismissed. Tho defend
ants in the nult for $50,000 damages
asked by Attorney CLarles T. Cooper
for defamation aud Injury yesterday
filed a petition to have the ca?cs dis
missed on the grounds of lack of juris
diction. The defendants are Chamber
lain. Kindt & Co. and J. P. Adler.
The defendants, through Ely & Bush,
also filed a niution to dismiss the
aults filed bwause no original notice
as iflied for the suits, the notices
naming other and more defendants
than named In the suit proper.
Hae Ribs Broken. William Ellis, a
laborer in the employ of the Davenport-Muscatine
was brought to Davenport Tuesday
night and taken to St. Luke's hos
pital. He has two broken ribs and
other Injuries which were received
while working with the construction
gang several days ago.
Three Fires Reported. The fire de
partment made three runs yesterday.
At 2:45 o'clock a call was sont In
from the Tri-Clty Fruit & Commission
company on East Front street, where
a aa stove had set fire to the floor
ing. The lre was quickly extin
guished. A call came from 2 East
Pains All Over!
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Arow, Okla., "to use my letter in any way you want to,
if it will induce some suffering woman to try CarduL I had
pains all over, and suffered with an abscess. Three phy
sicians failed to relieve me. Since taking Cardui, I am in
better health than ever before, and that means much to me,
because I suffered many years with womanly troubles, of
different kinds. What othdf treatments I tried, helped me
for a few days only."
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ing care of yourself. The small aches and pains, and other
symptoms of womanly weakness and disease, always mean
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what quick and permanent relief it gives, where weakness
and disease of the womanly system makes hfe seem hard
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Vritt to: LadieV AdTttory Dept. Cbattanooca. Mtdldoe Co, Chsttaiioos. Tim t
lor Special l.vtraOk, od 64-pt book. "Hoan Treaaeni lor osiro." ttst tm. J51
Second street, where some foreigners
were thawing out a frozen pipe and
which resulted In the woodwork catch
ing fire. At 11:20 o'clock a fire start
ed from a fireplace at 1012 Perry
street and resulted In the siding being
badly burned. The loss will not be
After Headquarters. Davenport
stands a fair chance of being made
the headquarters of the collector of
internal revenue for the Fourth dis
trict of Iowa. Congressman Pepper
has asked the secretary of the treas
ury, through R E. Cabell, commis
sioner of internal revenue, to transfer
the office from Burlington, and he in
tends to press this request vigorously.
Mr. Pepper's reason for asking that
the transfer bo made Is based on the
ground that Davenport contributes
- ill J 'nVvfcr
more than any other Iowa city in in
ternal revenue. He poialed out to
Mr. Cabell that insomuch as the Dav
rnport district Is the largest and most
Important in the state it should be
recognized to a greater extent than it
Obituary Record. Mrs. Frank
Schumacher. Iu09 West Sixth street,
passed away Tuesday night at Mercy
hospital following a sickness of a
week's duration. Death was due to
pneumonia. Deceased was born May
12. 1860, in Germany. About 1S75,
with her pnients, Mr. and Mrs. John
Gaertenier, she came to this country
and later to Davenport, where she
was united In marriage to Frank
Schumacher, who survives, together
with eight children: Five eons, John
J., Albert, Antolne, Joseph of Daven
port. Henry F. of Moline, 111., three
daughters, Mrs. Frank Ward of Dav
enport, Clara and Martha at home;
one brother, John Gaertenier of Dav
enport. The funeral will be held Fri
day morning from the late home, with
services at 9 o'clock at St. Joseph's
Mrs. Anna Rosa Burgns, "244 Har
rison street, died Tuesday afternoon
following a short illness. Deceased
was born July 28, 1379, in Durant,
Iowa. In 1S99 she was united in mar
riage to Dietrich Bnrgus, who sur
vives, together with three children,
Ellen, Elsie and Edna, at home; her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Pries
of Davenport; four brothers, Henry,
GuBtav, Leo and William, Jr and one
sister, Mrs. Adele Garrison, all of
Bettendorf, Iowa. The funeral will
be held Friday afternoon at 2 o'clock
from the late home, with Interment
in Oakdale cemetery.
Mrs. Christ Boyshon, formerly of
Davenport, but later residing in Chi
cago, died suddenly Monday evening
at 9:30 o'clock at her home, 240y West
North avenue, death supposedly be
ing due to heart disease. Deceased
was born in Germany in July, 1841,
and later came to the United States
and then to Davenport, where she re
sided until 1S94.
Will Wed Comedy Star.
Paris, Jan. 11. The engagement
PMlLP I?. DUMBiR,
Y&gCpkpeo by PEPtrnes
was announced here of Gabrielle Rax,
the popular and beautiful musical
comedy actress, to Eric Loder, son of
the late Alfred Loder, and grandson
jof Sir Robert Loder. Young Loder
lis tall, good looking, 23 year3 old, und
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hill were
visited by their son, Mark, who re
turned to Danville Thursday.
Mrs. Ida Frymeyer has returned
from a brief visit at La Salle with
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Black.
Mrs. Helen Wagoner has return
ed from a visit at Chicago and re
sumed her duties as teacher of the
seventh and eighth grades here.
Mrs. James Hill was paid a visit
by her brother, Ortie Chilberg, of
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Otto at
tended the funeral of his sister at
Peoria last week.
Mrs. Robison was paid a visit by
her sister of Barstow this week.
A boy was born to Mr. and Mrs.
S. G. Kinoffiick last Friday.
Mrs. Henry Schmidt was visited
by Miss Elizabeth Folda of Iowa
City last Monday.
Mrs. Richard Bell had as a guest
last week, Miss Lulu Pamter of
Mrs. Andy Tubbs recently enter
tained her sister, Mrs. Stephens and
two daughters of Freeport, 111.
Alonzo Price has been suffering
with blood poisoning in the left arm,
the result of an Injury received by
falling on his elbow against a heavy
piece of Iron.
Mrs. L. S. Osborne has returned
home from Davenport, where she at
tended the funeral of a relative.
C. B. Johns has returned to Chi
cago after a brief visit here with
relatives and frlendB.
Miss Myrtle Pottinger has return
ed from a several weeks' visit at
Mr. and Mrs. Otto have returned
home from Peona, where they at
tended the funeral of Mr. Otto's sis
ter. Miss Otto.
Miss Genevieve Fry of Silvls was
married last Wednesday to Owen V.
McConoghy of Silvls.
Andrew Peterson and Fred Hart
line spent last Saturday in the trl
citles. Mrs. Heavenger has moved Into
one of the new cement bungalows
erected by the Silvls Land company
on Seventh street.
Death In Roaring Fire
May not result from the work of fire
bogs, hot often severe burns are ceas
ed that make a quick need for Buck
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Breaks Shoulder, Robert Blackwell
broke bis right shoulder blade yes
terday morning at 10 by falling into
an uncovered manhole in his livery
barn, 412 Fourteenth street. He
will be laid up with the injury for
False Fire Alarm. Fire department
laddies were called to the residence
of Mrs. Nettie G. Kirby. 2310 Sixth
avenue, at 10 yesterday forenoon.
There was no damage, an alarm hav
ing been turned in when smoke, es
caping from the chimney, entered the
Business on Increase. With 75 car
loads of manufactured product going
out of Moline dally, the industries
of the Plow City are approaching the
busiest season of all the year. Ex
pectation of railway freight agents,
based on reports made to them by
traffic men for the factories, is that
the daily out-going freight will con
tinue to increase, reaching a climax
about Feb. 1 or 15. However, the
ru6h of out-going manufactured pro
duct should continue till well into
March, if the present season equals
that of last year and the traffic
men are authority for statement that
To Dedicate Church. Dedicatory
service of the built-over and en
larged First Baptist church, at Sixth
avenue and Seventeenth street, on
which Improvements totalling the
sum of J 10,0 00 have been brought to
satisfactory completion, is an event
set for next Sunday, Jan. 14. Pastor
and congregation have been looking
forward to this day certain to be
noteworthy in the annals of the
church's history for several months
past with expectation and enthus
iasm. The day is one that will be
filled with praise and thanksgiving.
Dr. John A. Earl, president of Des
Moines college, and a former lead
ing pastor of Chicago, will be here
and services, both morning and
evening, will lie under his direction.
Will End Difficulties. Settlement of
telephone difficulties in Moline looms
big on the hoiizou, according to C.
H. Rottger of Springfield, commer
cial superintendent in Illinois for the
Central Union Telephone company,
one of the associated Bell lines, who
was in Moline yesterday in confer
ence with Mayor Carlson and other
of the commissioners. Mr. Rottger
came at the request of the mayor,
whose desire Is to see the telephone
problem solved as early and as sat
isfactorily as possible. The commer
cial superintendent, in an interview,
said that tuere will be no trouble in
arriving at an agreement regarding;
a system of underground wires in
the business district of the city and
that intention of the Central Union
fs to connect the twin-city exchanges
by means of cable run underground.
Obituary Record. Ora Herman Hed
een, 4-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs.
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Old Phone West 511
Herman Hedeen, 208 Sixteenth ave
nue, passed away Tuesday afternoon
at 3, after a week's illness with
pneumonia. The child is survived by
his bereaved parents and an only sis
D. B. Hoffman has returned from
a week's vacation with his parents
at Lafayette, Ind.
The Misses Myrtle Gustafson and
Josephine Auld of Rock Island apent
Sunday with Miss Margaret Willey.
Miss Mabel Thompson arrived the
latter part of the week from Rood
house, 111. She has been appointed
to the primary department at the
Mr. and Mrs. O. Fieldings of Dav
enport are visiting at the home of
E. J. Wilson.
Miss Verna Parrott entertained
the Flinch club at her home Satur
day evening. Miss Esmond Dick
captured the prize. The hostess
served a two course luncheon.
Sunday morning at the Methodlsi
Sunday school officers were elected
for the coming year. They are as
follows: Ray Seymofur, superintend
ent; G. W. Dick, assistant superin
tendent; Rose Maskell, secretary;
lima Johnson, treasurer; George
Maskell, librarian; Ira Fry, assist
ant librarian; Mrs. F. H. Wells, pi
anist. The officers held a business
meeting Wednesday evening at the
home of Mrs. F. H. Wells.
Miss Ruth Clendenin has return
ed to Oberlin, Ohio, where she will
take up her college duties after a
two weeks' vacation.
Miss Helen Larson has returned
from a week's visit with friends at
The Misses Freda Zude and Alyce
Dormady returned Saturday from a
visit with their parents at Sher-
Mr. and Mrs. F. O. Hill are visit
ing in Chicago.
The Plymouth circle held its an
nual business meeting at the church
Thursday and elected the following
officers: Mrs. Grace Aldrieh, presi
dent; Mrs. Hulda Peterson, vice
president; Mrs. Grace Martin, sec
retary; Mrs. Cora Murray, treasur
er. A vote of thanks was extended
to the retiring officers.
Miss Margaret Willey- attended the
meeting of the Queen Esther circle
of the King's Daughters in Rock Is
land Monday evening.
S. A. Cartwright has returned
from Elbing, Kan. He was called
there , because of the death of his
Mr. and Mrs. Elmer McClosin left
Wednesday for a visit in Cleveland.
Mis3 Mildred Jackson was a Sher
rard visitor Wednesday.
Alven Peterson, who has been em
ployed in the R. I. S. depot at this
place, has given up his position.
Mrs. Frank Angerer and .Mrs.
William Beck were Aledo shoppers
Thomas Gorman of East Moline
spent Thursday at the Ben Wild
home. He wa3 accompanied by his
wife and two daughters, who had
made a longer visit here.
John Buyan was a Rock Island vis
"All a Mistake," which was pre
sented in the opera house Thursday
evening by Viola people, was a good
George Clark and Tom Oak of
Farmington visited at the Miller
Lewis home Thursday.
John Kouskie moved his family
into the George Peterson house last
Vance Sherfard of Sherrard visit
ed over Sunday with his son, Ernest.
Frank Larson was a Rock Island
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Yerkey visit
ed over Sunday with relatives in
Peter Connor and Arthur Roseen
spent Sunday in East Moline.
Mrs. William Thompson is quite
ill at this writing. .
James Dockerty, Sr., who was
badly Injured while working in his
brother's coal mine, is slowly recov
ering. Miss Alethea Clark is visiting
friends and relatives in Farming
ton. Robert McCullough of Monmouth
spent Saturday with his father, T.
G. McCullough.'of this place.
John Hebbeln visited his parents,
Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Hebbeln, in
There will be a dance in the opera
house Saturday evening.
Mrs. James Mc Williams and two
children visited over Sunday with
relatives in Coal Valley.
The coal mines are working full,
Although the service this bank performs for its
checking depositors is of great value to them, it makes
no charge whatever for this convenience.
A checking account here will provide security for
your funds, conserve your income, systematize your
business, give a written record of your receipts and ex
penditures and acquaint you with the officers of a
strong bank, who will be glad to serve you in matters
pertaining to your finances.
4 Interest on Savings
STATE BANK OF ROCK ISLAND
Second Avenue and Seventeenth Street.
Capital $200,000.00 Surplus $100,000.00
PHIL MITCHELL, President. I. 8. WHITE, Vice President.
K. T. ANDERSON. Caahier. C. P. CHANXON, Assistant Cashier.
COURTEOUS ATTKNTION TO ALL.
time now. The demand for coal is
larger than they can supply since
the cold weather set in. They hftye
Borne trouble in getting flats enough
for both mines, as the two mines
are hoisting between 1,500 and
2,000 tons of coal daily.
Mrs. Fred Bopp is visiting friends
in New Windsor this week.
The McCullougn Lumber and
Coal company is kept quite busy fill
ing coal orders.
L. F. Handley was a Rock Island
There will be a box sociable in
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evening, Jan. IB, given by the M. E.
Leonard Bengston returned to
Rock Island Tuesday at which place
he will resume his studies at Augus
tana college, after a three weeks'
vacation at his home here.
Mr. and Mrs. John Russell were
passengers to Reynolds Tuesday.
Mrs. Pat Kennedy, who has been
quite ill, 1b slowly recovering.
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