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THE ROCK ISTJAND ARGUS. TUESDAY. FEBRUARY 13, 1912.
MEN TO INSPECT
Hock Island's Filtration Plant
Object of Visit See the
TO FILTER LAKE WATER
ICxprrt to Balld at Cost of $125,000
and Have 12 Million Gallon
this morning. Those who brought
the charges allowew them to be
amended to disorderly conduct. The
charge against Streed at first car
ried a heavy fine or jail sentence
with it. Because of Streed's repu
tation, the charge was . softened.
Should the conductor of the train
seek to push his original complaint,
the action in police court this morn
ing will in no way hinder him from
so doing. John Looney appeared
Four men who are interested in the
liana for the building of a new filtra
tion Tlant at Evanston were in Rock
Island yesterday afternoon for the pur
pose of inspecting the local plant. The
party included G. Congdon, water com
missioner; John H. Moore, commis
sioner of public property; W. L.
Lewis, chemist, and W. H. Knapp,
member of water board. L. I. Bird
sail, superintendent of filtration,
showed them through the local plant
and explained to them the various
vorkingB of the system. The visitors
xpressed satisfaction with their visit
end said that they Intend to embody
fome of the best features of the Rock
Island plant in their plant.
WAXT MIOHT INTAKE.
Unlike Chicago, Evanston is to build
a filter plant and have the intake pipe
only a little distance into the lake.
Kvanston proposes to spend $125,000
for the improvement and to have a
plant with a 12.000,000 capacity. Chi
cago does not filter its water but runs
the intake pipe out into the lake for
WILLIAM PARSONS IS
HELD TO GRAND JURY
William Parsons, placed under ar
rest ten days ago by Detectives Sehn
ert and Caulfield and Officer Kinsley,
waived examination this morning on
a charge of petty larceny In which H.
A. S'evens was the complain!-witness,
and was bound over to the grand
Jury under S500 bonds. It is charged
that Parsons stole some tools which
he later pawned in a second hand
store. He was represented by H. M.
LIFE IS CRUSHED
OUT BY ENGINE
Peter Ganos, Rock Island Eoad
Switch Tender, Fatally
Hurt Last Night.
BETWEEN CAR AND CHUTE
Was Riding Between Lights With OQ
for Replenishing Supply
REWARD MONEY HERE
The Muscatine police authorities
today forwarded a check for $500 to
Officer Art Kinsley of this city for;
his having arrested Thomas Hoskin
son, who was later sent to the peni
tentiary on the charge of having
shot and killed a policeman there
during the strike rioting. The local
police officer arrested Iloskinson
within an hour or so after the police
here bad received information that
he was wanted. As soon as Hoskin
son was suspected of the crime, a re
ward of $500 for his arrest was post
ed. Iloskinson confessed his guilt.
BUNYAN STREED GETS
AWAY WITH S3 FINE
Bunyan Streed, who came into
Rock island 10 days ago on a Pe-j
ria train and was arrested on com
plaint of read employes who charg
ed that he was drinking on the
Itemises of the Rock Island road,
laid tip a fine of $3 and costs which
whs imposed by Magistrate Smith
Battles $ Co.
THE HOME OF QUALITY
Fxtra fine old-fashioned, absolutely
the finest quality produced,
10 pound sacks 45c
HONEY IN BOTTLES
Very fine quality, absolutely pure:
bottle 25c, per dozen $2.85
The pure sap syrup from Vermont,
latge bottles 60c, small bottles 35c,
belt gallon caus $100
Two Women Fined.
Two women, Maud Brown and Elsie
Murphy, arrested last night by Officer
Kinney in the Hattie Swanson resort
on Twenty-second street, plead guilty
to a charge of disorderly conduct and
each paid the fine and costs of a $10
sentence. The cases were before
While riding on the back end of
the tender of engine 1629 in the
Rock Island yards at Thirty-first
street, last night at 5 o'clock, Peter
Ganos, a switch tender leaned too
far out and was crushed between the
engine and the coal chute at the side
of the track. Both legs and one
shoulder were broken and the man
also sustained internal injuries. The
engineer picked the man up and
placing him on the engine took him
to the roundhouse. The ambulance
was summoned and the man was
rushed to the hospital, where he died
at 7:15. A coroner's inquest will be
held over the remains at 10 o'clock
tomorrow morning at Knox's under
RIDING BETWEEN SWITCHES.
Very little could be learned of the
dead man this morning. He had
been employed by the Rock Island
road for some time, his work con
sisting of filling the switch lights
with oil. Yesterday afternoon he
was attending to his duties and wish
ing to ride to the next switch ligtft,
jumped on the footboard of the en
gine. The engine started to back up
traveling westward. The unfortunate
man carried an oil can in one hand
and leaning out over the track did
not observe the proximity of
the coal chute. When this point was
reached he was fearfully crushed
between the engine and the chute.
Jones' dairy farm lard rendered in
lien kettles, cooled as quickly as
possible and briskly stirred while
cooling. Is fine and white and of a
quality equal to its other products.
l ull 35c and 85c
Like the sausages, are the best. They
are the result of the simple old New
K;. gland farm way of curing with
out any of the hurrying or artificial
methods often employed. Made from
the choicest corn and milk fed pork.
they are allowed plenty of time to
flsorb under proper conditions of
temperature the sugar, salt and
pices called for by the old home
MISS REBECCA MAY MORGAN,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Mor
gan of East Thirteenth street, Daven
port, and Clarence F. Schmidt of Mus
catine, Iowa, were married last even
ing at 8 o'clock at the home of the
bride. Rev. J. N. Elliott of the Presby
terian church, Bloomington, officiating.
Just before the ceremony Mrs. Orey
Johnson, sister of the bride, sang
"Love's Coronation," with Miss Maud
Drummond at the piano. The bridal
couple was unattended save for a little
ringbearer, Willie Lage, nephew of the
bride, who carried the ring in a white
rose. Frank Young of this city, a cou
sin of the groom, played Mendelssohn's
wedding march, and during the cere
mony played softly. The house was
simply but prettily decorated In yel
low and white, bouquets of daffodils
being placed about the rooms. Smilax
outlined the doorways, windows, etc..
and in the bay window of the parlor,
where the ceremony was performed,
was a bank of smilax, ferns and palms.
The bride wore a dress of white messa-
line trimmed In princess lace with
bands of the satin. She wore a short
veil held at the hair with rose buds.
and she carried bride's roses. Follow
ing the ceremony a buffet Bupper was
served, the serving table having as a
center piece a large bowl of daffodils.
Mr. and Mrs. Schmidt left last night
for a wedditig trip, and after April 1
will be at heme In Muscatine. The
bride wore a tailored suit of tan with
bodice to match, and a large black hat.
Mr. Schmidt is teller of the German
American Savings bank at Muscatine.
Nocturne, Op. 15, No. 2, Chopin, and
Concert Etude by Neupert, and Allegro
Brilliant by Low, played with organ
accompaniment by Miss Fryxell. The
numbers of those assisting were 'very
LEAP YEAR DINNER.
MISS FRIEDA SCHWECKE, 313
Twentieth street, last evening was the
hostess at a leap year dinner party.
The house was decorated with festoons
of hearts and miniature men and Rich
mond roses. Dinner was served at 7
o'clock with covers laid fcr 12 young
women. The table centerpiece was a
bowl of Richmond roses and ferns. Af
ter the serving of a delicious course
supper, games were played, and in a
guessing contest Miss Lilly Moeller
took first favor, Miss Connell of Mo
line second favor, and Miss Anna
Levey was given the consolation prize.
Miss Mildred Bergin of Kansas City,
Mo, was an out of town guest.
VALENTINE BOX SOCIABLE.
THE YOUNG LADIES' AUXIL
iary of Spencer Memorial Methodist
church entertained at a delightful
Valentine box sociable last evening
in the basement of the church.
There was a large attendance and all
the boxes were sold, netting the
young ladies $18.60. The boxes
were gotten up in a very unique way,
some representing spring bonnets
with trimmings of rosebuds, others
were in the form of baskets, some
were big red hearts and all contain
ed valentines. Games were enjoy
ed and Robert Cawley of Moline
gave a number of dialect readings.
QUEEN ESTHER GUILD.
THE QUEEN ESTHER GUILD OF
the Memorial Christian church of
which Mrs. W. A. Schaeffer is the
teacher, met last evening with Mrs.
Grace Cramer, 905 Fifteenth street.
There was a large attendance of
members and the whole evening was
occupied with plans for a Washing
ton birthday party to be given In the
church parlors Feb. 22. The mem
bers sewed at socks to be filled with
pennies one for each year of the
life of those attending. Refresh
ments were served during the eve
ANNOUNCEMENT IS MADE OF
the marriage of Attorney Charles T,
Cooper and Miss Margaret Wyer of
Davenport. The bride is a graduate
of Auguetana college and until re
cently was one of the nurses at the
Davenport hospital. The groom is
one of the well known members of
the Scott county bar. Mr. and Mrs.
Cooper have gone to housekeeping in
a comfortable home located some
distance north of Central park, Davenport.
HOLD QUARTERLY TEA.
THE SECOND QUARTERLY TEA
of the Daughters of the Covenant of
the. First Methodist church was held
lsBt evening at the home of Mrs. F.
K. Rhoads, 1032 Twenty-first street.
An elaborate course supper was
served at 7 o'clock, 75 members and
their husbands being entertained.
After the serving of the supper Mrs.
D. B. Wells gave a most interesting
talk on the immigrant. The evening
proved a most enjoyable one.
If AH ELOPEMENT
Twenty-two Year Old Man
Buns Away With a 17
. Year Old Girl.
SHERIFF ON HIS TRAIL
O. lu Bruner Leaves Tonight for
Lexington, Neb., to Arrest Him
on Charge of Abduction.
Sheriff O. L. Bruner leaves to
night for Lexington, Neb., armed
with a warrant for the arrest of
William Volkolopis of East Moline
on a charge of abduction. The ma
is alleged to have induced Hazel Sul
livan, a 17-year-old East Moline girl
to run away with him and get mar
ried. They left about a week ago.
The complaint was sworn out In the
court of Justice C. J. Schroeder by
Mrs. Rachel Wright, a sister of the
WORKED IX MOLINE.
Volkolopis worked for some time
at the Union Malleable Iron works
in East Moline as a laborer. He
met the Sullivan girl who became
enamored of him. Realizing that be
cause of her age they could not get
married here if her parents ob
jected, they planned on an elope
ment. Just how they got away is
not known but they have been locat
ed In Lexington. If they are mar
ried it means that they deceived
whoever granted them their license.
Volkolopis is 22 years of age.
RECITAL AT AIKEN CHAPEL.
THE PUPILS OF MISS MINNIE
Graham gave a recital last evening
at Aiken street chapel under the
GOOD ADVICE FOR
BOCK ISLAND PEOPLE! auspices of the Christian Endeavor
People In Rock Island who have;societjr to r8ise money for payments
Banking for "Women
The properly equipped modern bank provides special
facilities for its womeu customers.
This Institution, in the new quarters which it Is now
occupying, has furnished a private room containing tele
phone, writing desks, etc., for the exclusive use of its
You are cordially invited to make this your banking
home with the assurance that careful attention will be ex
tended to your financial affairs whether large or small.
H. S. CABLE. President.
U. P. HULL Vice President.
P. GREENAWALT, Vice Pres.
A. J. LINDSTROM. Cashier.
TRANSACTS A GENERAL COMMERCIAL, SAVINGS,
EXCHANGE AND SAFETY DEPOSIT BUSINESS
Henry D. Ziegler Zuma
Miss Edna H. Reiling Coe
Guy M. Holsapple DeWitt
Miss Eleanor Mattingly .... DeWitt
Abraham Krisberg Muscatine
Miss Rachel Zaberg Muscatine
hard times dancing party at Beselln's
hall tomorrow night. Prizes for lad
ies and men for the best costume rep
resenting hard times and for the fin
est costume will be given.
The district Masonic school of in
struction opened up at Masonic temple
this morning and before noon some 60
had registered their attendance. The
number was expected to be at least
100 by night, as additional Masons
were appearing at intervals. J. E. Jef
fers, secretary of the Masonic board
of examiners, arrived from Litchfield
last night and was in charge of the
Bchool this morning. Most of the dele
gates thus far are from Rock Island
and Mercer counties. The school will
last tomorrow and Thursday, with
morning, afternoon and evening ses
George Wagner is in Reynolds to
day on business.
Fred T. Myers has been confined
to his home by grip for several days
Miss Theresa Herlitzka left yes
terday for a several weeks' visit in
New Orleans, San Antonio and Vic
Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Maucker and
daughter Agnes left at noon today for
a month's sojourn in the south, includ
ing a visit to New Orleans during the
Mardi Gras festivities. They may also
take a trip to Cuba.
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The house was filled
a very good pro
gram was given. Piano solos were
given by Margaret Pewe, Elizabeth
Vogel, Scott Gippert, Norma Eberts,
Louise McLean, Glenn Atkinson,
Georgia Whisler. Mabel Krueger,
Fileda Xuessli, Ray Kell, Raymond
Burton, Eva Miller, Marie Schmidt,
Margaret. Dingledein, Grace Dunlap,
Rosa Brunswig, Emma Dingledein,
Ethel Judd. Elsie Dierolf. Bert
Eberts, Edna Dundberg. Violin so
los were given by Miss Cheney and
Mrs. Gernaey and piano duets by
Ray and George Kell, Fred Mellow
aud Fred Hellpenstell, Ruth Koenig
and Edna Lundberg, Ruth Swanson
and Ruih Krueger. Vocal solos
were given by Hazel Sanderson and
Faye Atkinson and a vocal duet by
ixuise and Clara McLean. An open
ing and closing address by Alma
Sanderson and readings were given
by Alice Ringgold, Emma Dingledein
and Myrtle Jens. A march and song
were participated in by members of
the clasH. About 135 was realized
from the entertainment. The Ladles'
Sewing society conducted a candy
booth and collected a nice sum
MISS JOHNSON IN RECITAL.
MISS WILHELMINA JOHNSON, AN
advanced pupil of Miss Lillie Cervin of
Augustasa conservatory faculty, gave
an enjoyable piano recital last evening
in the college chapeL She wag assist
ed by Mis Esther Fryxell, organ. Miss
Helene Forsberg. Joseph Hedlin and
Hjalmar Fryxell,, violins. Miss John
son gave a very good rendition of a
difficult program, and for one so young
(sho Is not 18) showed much feeling
and sympathy in her interpretation of j
the numbers Her touch is firm and I
the tone Is sweet and the future holds
much In store for her with develop
ment. Fler numbers were ADemande
and Gavotte by D Albert, Reverie by
Schuett, waltz. Op. 64, No. 3. by Cho
pin, Impromptu, Op. 81, by Chopin,
ZIONYOUNG PEOPLE MEET.
MRS. G. A. ANDREEN, 731
Thirty-first street, was the hostess
to the Young People's society of
Zion Lutheran church last night. A
committee composed of Alvin Ander
son, John Carlstedt and Miss Mabel
Leaf was appointed to devise plans
for raising the society's portion of
the Smith endowment to Augustana
college. Routine business occupied
the entire evening.
THE FORWARD SOCIETY OF
Grace Lutheran church was enter
tained last evening by the Misses
Ruth and Effle Johnson, Sixteenth
avenue and Fifteenth street, Moline.
Plans ,were made for a birthday so
ciable to be given March 5. A so
cial time followed when the hostess
es served lunch.
EVER READY CIRCLE.
TH5 EVER READY CIRCLE OF
the Ilrst Baptist church was enter
tp.inei last evening at the home of
Miss Alice Cazatt. 1410 Fifth ave
nue. At the business session plans
vere discussed for a sociable to be
given in the near future. A social
time followed and refreshments were
PHILATHEA CLASS MEETS.
THE PHILATHEA CLASS OF
Memorial Christian church met last
evening with Mrs. Voss, 806 Fourth
avenue. Routine business was trans
acted and lunch was served.
The Busy Bee Sewing society will
meet Thursday afternoon with Mrs.
E. E. Lamp, 1513 Tenth avenue.
Rock Island chapter Order of the
Eastern Star, will meet in regular
February session this evening at Ma
The ladies of the Eagles will give a
card party at Beselln's hall tomorrow
afternoon at 5:30.
The Busy Workers' club will give a
MRS. JAMES TONKIN.
Mrs. James Tonkin, aged 42, died
at her home, 1112 Twelfth street,
this morning at 6:30, death being
caused by a complication of diseases.
She had been ill for the past year, al
though not confined to her bed dur
ing all the time and yesterday was
up and around the house for awhile.
Mrs. Tonkin was born at Cable,
Hi., Feb. 7, 1870. Her maiden name
was Tillie Hummel. She was mar
ried to James Tonkin at Aledo, May
18. 1898. Mr. and Mrs. Tonkin re
sided at Sherrard until last Septem
ber, when they moved to this city
Mrs. Tonkin was a faithful member
of the Congregational church and
had been since her early girlhood.
She is survived by her husband,
one daughter, Margaret, one brother,
August Hummel of Viola, and one
sister, Mrs. L. E. Rosenberg of
Cable. Funeral arrangements have
not yet been made.
Samuel Samuelson, one of Orion's
oldest and most respected residents.
was laid to rest this afternoon in the
Lutheran cemetery at Orion, services
having been conducted in the home of
his son, Charles, by Dr. P. E. Brodine,
Mr. Samuelson died Sunday morning
at 4 o'clock. He was born in Sweden
Nov. 29, 1828, and had lived at Orion
since 1868. Before he retired to pri
vate life, he acquired considerable
farming land. He leaves his widow
and two eons, Charles of Orion and
John in Missouri.
The funeral of William Lynn, who
died Saturday, was held from the
home, 614 Third street, this after
noon at 2 o'clock. Rev. S. G. Hagg
lund of the Swedish Lutheran church
officiating. Burial took place at
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FI N ER AX OF MISS STL HR.
The funeral of Elsa Marguerita
Stuhr, who died Sunday morning
was held from the home, 1003
Twelfth street, this morning at 1
o'clock. Rev. E. T. McFarland of the
Memorial Christian church officiat
ing. The bearers were Henrietta
Beselin, Anna Hause. Gertrude
Dewey, Gertrude Huthmaker, Grace
Graves and Carrie H. Phillips. Bur
ial took place at Chippiannock cemetery.
RESTORE III IR
Tortured for 15 Years
by a cure-defying stomach trouble
that baffled doctors and resisted all
remedies he tried, John W. Modders
of Moddersville, Mich.. seemed
doomed. He had to sell his farm and
give up work. His neighbors said
'he can't live much longer." "What
ever i ate distressed me," ne wrote.
'till I tried Electric Bitters, which
worked such wonders for me that I
can now eat things I could not take
for years. It's surely a grand rem
edy for stomach trouble." Just as
good for the liver and kidneys. Ev
ery bottle guaranteed. Only 50 cent
at all druggists.
Piles Cured in to 14 Days.
Your druggist will refund money If
Pazo Ointment falls to cure any case
ct itching, blind, bleeding or protrud
ing piles In 6 to 14 days. 50 cents.
By Common -Garden Sage a
Simple Remedy for Dandruff,.
v Falling, Faded, Cray Hair
The old Idea of asincr Sara tor iWV.
ening the hair is again coming in vogue.
Our grandmothers nad dark, glossy nair
st seveniy-QTe, wnue our mowers are
gray before they are fifty. Our grand
mothers kept their hair soft and glossy
with a "Sage Tea," which also restored
the natural color. - --- .
One objection to nsmsr such a creriar-
ation was the trouble of making it.
This objection has been overcome by
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York, who has placed on the market a
superior preparation of Sage, combined
with Sulphur and other valuable reme
dies for dandruff, itching scalp, and
thin, weak, falling hair.
The beauty of the hair depends more
on its rich, even shading than anything
else. Don't have dry, harsh faded hair,
when a simple, harmless remedy will
bring back the color in a few days; and
don't be tormented with dandruff, itch
ing scalp and loose, falling hairs.
Wyeth's Sage and Sulphur Hair Remedy
will quickly correct these troubles, and
give color, strength and beauty to your
Get a fifty cent bottle from your
druggist today, and prove this to
your own satisfaction. All druggists
sell it, under guarantee that the
money will be refunded if the
remedy Is not exactly as represented.
SHE GAVE UP
Physicians Failed To Help Mrs.
Green, But She Finally Found
Relief in CarduL
Meetse. Va. Mrs. J. C. Green of this
place, says: "I suffered with womanly
troubles so that I could hardly sit up.
Two of the best doctors In our town
treated me. and I tried different meal
clnes, nntil 1 gave up all hope of ever
One day. I decided to try some Car-
dul. It did so much for me that I
ordered some more, and It cured me!
Today, I feel as well as I ever did la
The pains and the trouble are all
gone. I feel like another person in
every way. I wish every sufferer could
know what Cardul will do for sick
A few doses of Cardul at the right
time, will save many a big doctor bill,
by preventing serious sickness.
It tones up the nervous system, and
helps make pale cheeks fresh and rosy.
Thousands of weak women have been
restored to health and happiness by
nsing Cardiii. Suppose you try It
It may be Just the medicine you need.
N. B. Write to: Advtiory Dept.. Pa-
nnoca Mcdtcina Co., Chatiannoca. Ten n.. for Spinal
Instruction!, mni 6-page book. Hoaaa TreataMOl
lar vuoao," sent hi pUio mppcr, as (equal.
Fire at Sears
Owing to my factory and
contents having been destroy
ed by fixe, I wish to announce
to the trade that I will be
around in. about a week with
the usual supply of Rock Island
brand horse radish. ,
;j Respectfully, ' '
J. B. JOSEPH.
Mrs. L. A. Loring
318 12 Twentieth Street
Hair dressing, facial mas
sage, skin bleaching, manicur
ing and chiropody.
Resident work from 9 to IS
a. m. Hours at studio 1 to 6
p. m. Evening hours by ap
pointment. Phone West 1969.
WOULD THAT EVERY FAMILY KNEW ITS VALUE
I hereby announce myself a candi
date for the democratic nomination
for township collector subject to the
decision of the city-township conven
tion and invite the support of my
HENRY R. WTNES.
Licensed to Wed.
Fred T. Sullivan Davenport
Miss Susan Begiey Omaha
Ernest J. Warner Moline
Mias Anna Apperley Moline
The Wish of the Ursuline Sisters of Waterville, Me., in
dorsing Father John's Medicine for the Cure
"We,' the undersigned, cheerfully
recommend and Indorse the use of
Father John's medicine as a sure and
immediate relief for all colds, throat
and bronchial trouble, having used it
with success for one of the members
of our institution who was threatened
with consumption of the throat. Hear
ing of the many cures by Father John's
medicine, we made a trial and are glad
to state that after taking three bottles,
a decided change took place, the pa
tient having recovered ber voice.
which bad been Impaired for nearly
two years. Would that every family
knew its value." (Signed) Ursuline
sisters, Ursuline convent. Waterville,
Remember, Father John's medicine
Is free from opium, morphine or pois
onous drugs In any form upoo which
so many of the so-called cough cures
depend for their temporary effect and
which are dangerous we again warn
you. against them. Not a patent medi
cine, fifty years in use.