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THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS. THURSDAY, JANUARY 23, lgiz.
Licensed to Wad. WllUam C. Hares.
Davenport, and Mabel Field, Milwau
kee, Wis.; Oustave Hermann, Wal
cott, and Melanie Flenker, Dixon;
Ebry J. Smith, SprtngvWe, and Le
ona R. CroBby, Davenport; William
R. Anderson, Bennett, and Sophia J.
Hamann, Durant; Fred P. Paul, Sun
bury, and Mallnda N. Petersen, Wheat
land; George M. Williams and Alrlna
Ilolfke, Davenport; Henning Oslund
and Esther Fegler, Mollne.
Wants a Divorce. Suit (or a decree
of divorce was filed yesterday In the
district court by Attorneys Hass &
Hamann In behalf of Mrs. Ida L. Tlm
meyer against her husband, William
J. Tlmmeyer. The notice of the im
pending suit alleged desertion.
May Face Murder Charge. William
Perry, the colored man who stabbed
his wife at their residence near Fourth
and Rock Island streets Sunday night
because she refused to go to a picture
show with him, was not given a hear
ing yestf-rday. His wife is still at
Mercy hospital, where she is said to
be in a serious condition. The wounds
in her back and side are more serious
than at first thought, and It is probable
that pneumonia may develop. The col
ored woman was not in a very strong
slate of health at the time, and com
plications may develop which will
' change the charge which is now lodg
ed against Perry. He is now held for
assault and battery.
Gets Divorce Decree. Upon the pe
tition of Mrs. Florence A. O'Prlcn for
a decree of divorce from her husband,
John O'Brien, a decree was granted
yesterday in the district court by
Judge Theophihis. The grounds alleg
ed by the plaintiff was that the hus
band had been convicted of a felony
and that thereby rights to a decree
had accrued. She Is given the right to
resume her maiden name of Florence
Wllkina. Her attorney was A. P. Mc
Oulrk. Nsw Principal Samed. L. C. Bryan,
superintendent of schools for the last
three years at Missouri Valley. Iowa,
fcas been selected as principal of Mon
roe school In place of C. E. Birchard,
lately resigned, and will take up his
new duties Monday. The new princi
pal Is 37 years of age and married. He
arrived in the city last night. Mr.
Birchard finishes his long term in the
city schools Friday.
Sentenced to Jail. For stealing a
pocketbook ontaining $5 in money and
IS check. Earl Jamleson was sen
tenced to the county Jail yesterday for
SO days on a charge of larceny. He
plead guilty to the charge, saying
he took the purse from a writing stand
at the postofflce while its owner, Mrs.
Mary Von Cleve, was busy writing.
Ha told the court he spent the money
and tore the check and pocket book
up. This makes the third conviction
of Jamleson In the police court He
also admitted having stolen Sz from
the office of the the Eagle Express
company on West Second street
Obituary Record. Mrs. Mary Ran
dolph of Princeton, Iowa, a resident of
Soott county for the past 60 years,
passed away Monday evening at the
home of her son, U'D. Randolph, north
of Princeton, Iowa. Deceased was
born in Freedom, Beaver county, Penn
sylvania, March 21. 183S, and at the
time of death was 74 years old.
E. W. Gray, formerly of Waterloo.
Iowa, but for the past three months a
resident of Davenport died yesterday
morning following a lingering illness,
at 424 West Seventh street, where he
had been staying. Deceased was 61
years old, and formerly was employed
as a stenographer. He is survived by
his wife and a son. Earl F, both of
Sand Point Idaho.
Nels Peterson, an old resident of
Davenport, passed away Tuesday night
at 8 o'clock at the family home, 1443
Liberty street He was born in Chrls
tlanstad, Sweden, in 1841. and at the
time of death was 70 years old. In
February, 1865, he came to America.
His widow survives him, together with
six children: George M. Ernst Ar-
SHE'S HANGING ONTO "HALF NELSON' HOLD
UPON HER STEEL MILLIONAIRE HUSBAND
James P. McQuaide, the steel millionaire, finds himself In a peculiar
situation in New York aa a result of a suit brought by Mrs. Sarah Side
bothara McQuaide for divorce and a final accounting. McQuaide was -on
the point of sailing for Europa whan the suit was filed. Now hia wife,
won't let him. In fact, neither of his v.ives wllL For his present wife,
formerly Gertrude Reynolds, a dancer, has engaged a lawyer and an
nounced her Intention of staying in New York until she finds out where
he stands. The former Mrs. McQuaide claim the divorce obtained by
McQualds in Florida In 1907 is Illegal In New York.
thur L., and Mrs. John Dall, all of
Davenort; Philip of Walcott, Iowa, and
Mrs. C. E. Brown of Los Angeles, Cal.
Two Slip on Walks. Two residents
of lower Fourth avenue were made
victims late Tuesday of the icy walks
In front of her home, 927 Fourth
avenue, Mrs. E. J. Bergendahl, an
eged woman, fell and broke her right
wrist. Roy Hufford, a young man
employed by the Deere & Mansur
company, slipped while returning
from work to his home at 632 Fourth
avenue. He broke his right thumb.
Still Beating Wife. Efforts to cure
William Howe, a tinner, now residing
at 1803 Eighteenth street, of his
wlfe-beatlng tendencies seem to be
unavailing, at least by judicial pro
cedure. Wife-beating is an old
charge against Howe, who"" was ar
rested Tuesday evening on such a
complaint. In court the tinner re
quested a continuance of a week in
the case, but this was not granted by
the state's attorney. The hearing
was set for Friday morning. In the
meantime Howe has his freedom un
der SI 00 bonds. Two months ago
Howe figured in a "strike the rent
collector with a stove poker" inci
dent which led to his arrest and con
May Pardon Sundberg. There is a
possibility that Albin Sundberg of
this city serving a term in the peni
tentiary at Joliet for manslaughter
In connection with the death of Carl
Nelson, will be pardoned soon. Sund
berg is a carpenter and he was em
ployed at different times by car
penter contractors of this city. Each
of these men hat received a letter
from the board of pardons concern
ing Sundberg. The letter reads:
"Albin Sundberg, who is now confin
ed in one of our state prisons, has
referred the board of pardons to you,
Will you be kind enough to Inform
this board how long you have known
this man and what has been his past
reputation for honesty, industry and
Pathfinder Exhibiting. Piloted by
Ralph W. Palmer, local salesman for
the Midland company, the big Mid
land 40, which returned to Mollne
Dec. 18 after blazing a trial via Den
ver and Salt Lake City to the grounds
of the Panama exposition at San
Francisco, started off at 7 yesterday
morning for Chicago. During the
week of the automobile show the car
will be stationed at Midland quarters,
2009 Michigan avenue. From Chica
go the "trans-continental flyer" will
be driven overland to St. Louis, to
remain there during the week of the
St. Louis show which opens Feb. B
From the Missouri metropolis Palm
er will take the car to the shows at
Kansas City, Omaha and possibly
Denver, the exhibitions following in
that order. W. A. Peck, who drove
the car on its famous journey, will
probably join the party of Midland
exploiters at Kansas City.
Please Read These Two Letters.
The following letter from Mrs. Orville Rock will prove how tin wise
It is for women to submit to the dangers of a surgical operation when it
may be avoided by taking Lydia K. I'inkham's Vegetable Compound.
She was four weeks in the hospital and came borne suffering
worse than before. Then after all that suffering Lydia 1L link.
Lam's Vegetable Compound restored her health.
HERE 13 HER OWN 8TATE3rEXT.
Paw Paw. Mich. "Two years aco I suffered
very severely with a displacement I could not
be on my feet for a long time. My physician
treated me for several months without much re
lief, and at last sent me to Ann Arbor for an op
eration. I was there four weeks and came home
suffering worse than before. My mother advised
me to try Lydia E. I'inkham's Vegetable Com
pound, and I did. To-day I am well and strong
and do all my own housework. I owe my health
to Lydia E. I'inkham's Vegetable Compound and
advise every woman who is afflicted with any
female complaint to try it Mrs. Oavrr.r.a Rocs,
It. K. No. 6, Paw Paw, Mich.
"THERE XEVER ,WAS A WORSE CASE."
Rockport, Ind. There never was a worse case of women's ills
than mine, and I cannot begin to tell you what I suffered. For over
two years I was not able to do anything. I was in bed for a month
and the doctor raid nothing but an operation would cure me. My
father suggested Lydia IL Pinkham's Vegetable Compound; so to
please him I took it- and I improved wonderfully, so I am able to
traveL ride horseback, take long rides and never feel any ill effects
from it- I can only ask other suffering women to give Lydia E. Pink
Lara's Vegetable Compound a trial before submitting to an operation."
Mrs. Masour Mxkxditb, II. F. D. Ka 3, Rockport, Ind.
TTe will pay a handsome reward to any person who will prove to us
that these letters are not genuine and truthful or that either of these
women were paid in any way for their testimonials, or that the orig
inal letter from each did not come to as entirely unsolicited.
For 80 years Lydia E. Plnkham's Vegetable
Compound has been the standard remedy for fe
male ill. Ho one aick wltl woman's Ailments
does justice to herself who will not try this fa
mous medicine, made from roots and herbs, it
has restored so many suffering women to health.
5- WHtetoLTDIA E.PIJ1H1M MDICIJXCO.
W (COSnPEXTLtL) LOS, JLar&. for advice.
Your letter will be opened, read and answered
jrj woman and held la strict con flrtrrtfe.
The M. P. E. club met at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Thompson
last Saturday evening.
Mrs. Clarence Skinner and son
visited several days last week at the
home of Mrs. Skinner's parents, Mr.
and Mrs. John Kane.
Mr. and Mre. Clarence High re
urned home last Tuesday after a
three weeks' visit in Muscatine.
Omer Bateman and daughter.
Laura, who live near Taylor Ridge,
visited Sunday at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. A. Dunlap.
Mr. and Mrs. S. Ruby entertained
their children and grandchildren at
their home last Sunday. Those pres
ent were Mr. and Mrs. Albert Schaum,
Oscar RamgeoJr., Mrs. Belle Herbert,
Mrs. Blanch Birnstihl and daughter.
Albert Hoffer, Charles Huntley and
F. E. Cole were in Rock Island Monday.
Misses Chattle Thompson and Ir
nia Wenks entertained the WT. M. B.
club at the hall last Wednesday
evening. There were about 30 pres
Seth Leenian, Clarina High and
Willard Parmenter are 1n Rock
Island this week to attend court as
, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Birgoyne
and Mr. and Mrs. George Herbert
were in Rock Island Monday.
Nelson Bentley spent Tuesday in
Lola Huntley and Edna Kane
spent Sunday afternoon in Buffalo
with Helen Frank.
Miss Chattie Thompson and Mert
West were in Rock Island Saturday.
Misses Minnie, Frances and Emma
Burmelster and Ethel Good were in
Buffalo Sunday calling on friends.
Mrs. Nelson Bentler. who haa
been quite ill. Is improving nicely
and is able to sit up most of the
Mrs. William Beaumont and son,
Albert, visited in the village Tuesday.
Obituary Record. Mrs. Anna R. Hill,
who had lived in this locality for the
last 1 8 years, passed away Tuesday
morning at her home, 509 Eighteenth
avenue, death being due to paralysis.
Mrs. Hill, who was in her 72nd year
was a native of Cincinnati, Ohio. She
was a widow and is survived by a
son, Samuel V. Hill of Moline. The
funeral was held this afternoon at 2
from the late home and Rev. J. S
Cumming conducted the services,
Burial will be in Riverside ceme
Gustave O. Billow, 20-year-old son
of Mr. and Mrs. Louis C. Billow, died
at the family home. 810 Fifty-fourth
street Tuesday at 2:10 p. m., after
an illness with tuberculosis. The
young man had returned five weeks
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Saaroa, IS. ercer Co, Pa,
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ago from Memphis, Tenn., where he
had gone in the hope that the change
of climate would be beneficial to his
health. A few days after returning
to his home he was forced to take to
his bed, from which he never arose.
Gustav was born at Port Byron Nov.
6, 1891. Beside the bereaved par
ents deceased leaves three sisters,
Ethel, Hildu and Jennie. Funeral
services to be conducted by Rev. A.
P. Bergstrom, will be held at the
home on Friday at 2 p. m. Inter
ment will be in Riverside cemetery.
William Stevens was a Rock Is
land visitor Wednesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Fitzpatrick
are the proud parents of a baby boy,
born Wednesday, Jan. 17.
Arthur Johnson was an Aledo vis
itor Thursday evening.
Mrs. Alex Simpson and Miss Annie
Lawson visited in Coal Valley and
Rock Island Friday.
John Hoover spent Wednesday
evening In Gilchrist.
Albert Sackfleld was an Aledo vis
V. S. Sherrard and daughter,
Mable and Miss Elzlna O'Mella of
Sherrard visited Mathersvllle rela
tlves the latter part of the week.
Harry Gualntance was a Rock Is
land passenger Thursday evening.
Several from here attended the
dance in Reynolds Wednesday even
ing. They all report a good time.
Mrs. Andrew Garrett and two
children visited over Sunday with
relatives in Rock Island.
Clarence Trego of Aledo was a vis
itor at the Jafvert home Sunday.
Dode Hailstone of Elllsvllle is vis
iting his brother, James, at this
A few from here attended the box
sociable in Cable Saturday evening.
Mrs. Ernest Sherrard and Miss
Mable Sherrard were Aledo shoppers
Mr. and Mrs. John Edgar and two
children spent the week end with
relatives in Joy.
Arved Jafvert visited with Aledo
William McNeil, who was operated
on for appendicitis about six weeks
ago, has fully recovered and is now
at work again at the Coal Valley
William Jefferiea was a Rock Is
land passenger Sunday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Collingwood,
who live north of town", are rejolelng
over the arrival of a baby boy, born
Sunday, Jan. 2.
The Beaton Dramatic company.
fwhich presented My Friend From
Arkansas" in the opera house Tues
day night, was well received.
Mrs. Charles Barton and two
daughters were Aledo visitors Mon
Charles Kirchman is quite ill of
Mr. and Mrs. William Espe were
Gilchrist visitors Sunday.
Gxovar Davis, Freak Axgerer aad
James Nolan were Rock Island pas
Elder O. E. Sade is holding church
services In the Qualntance building
Miss Llla Mae Nelson and Mrs.
Ben Wild of Cable made a short visit
Mrs. Charles Turner and son, Vic
tor, were Gilchrist visitors Sunday.
Joe Dowsett was a Rock Island
John Maur, Lee Oslon and Willie
Purvis were among those who went
to Gilchrist Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Leurs of Viola
visited relatives here the first of the
Stuart Qualntance has charge of
the E. J. Qualntance meat market
during Charles Kirchman's illness.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Houre and
two daughters visited Gilchrist
Mrs. H. L. Pearce and two sons
visited Cable relatives the latter part
of the week.
Peter Connor spent Sunday at his
home in Coal Valley.
Joe Johnson, who was hurt in the
mine one day last week, is now able
to be at work agin.
Miss Mary Williams of Aledo vis
ited at the B. F. Foster home Wednesday.
"Billy" Sunday's Son Weds.
. Warsaw, Ind., Jan. 25. George
M. Sunday, son of "Billy" Sunday,
the evangelist, surprised his rela
tlves and friends by marrying Miss
Harriet C. -Mason of Waterloo, Iowa,
at Indianapolis. They returned to
the Sunday home at Winona lake today.
Have Made Many Rock Island Resi
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1 suffered five years, with awful pains, due to woman
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