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THE ROCK ISUAXD ARGUS. FRIDAY. MARCH 22, 1912.
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Stay Order Q ranted -A stay of five
days tu (ranted Archie Goldstein
by Magistrate Roddewig Wednesday
afternoon when Goldstein failed to
Cut In an AODearanca to aiiswar ta a.
cuargo 01 larceny rrom me person.
In the at he does not appear by
that time his bonds In the sum of
$1,000, furnished by Max Reuben
and Mrs. Belle Goldstein, mother of
the accused, will be forfeited. Wil
liam Johnson of New York signed
the information charging Goldstein!
with stealing valuables In the sum
of $100 from him while on a train
near Grlnnell, Iowa.
Obituary Reoord. At 11:45 o'clock
Wednesday night at his home. 1324
Main street, following an illness of
two weeks' duration, occurred the
death of Claus Helnrlch Lamp, aged
76 years. Mr. Lamp was born Oct.
29. 1837, In Schoenberg, Germany,
coming to the United States by way
of New Orleans in 1854. Later he
came to Davenport and engaged in
farming three miles south of Mayes
vllle, being the first settler to break
land in that nection. Mr. Lamp con
tinned farming for 44 years, retiring
from active life four years ago. In
1864 he was united In marriage to
Miss Margaretha Dlttmer. The fol
lowing children survive: Augusta W.,
Louis W., Emll W., Hugo R., Albert
H., Gilbert G., and Dora Lamp, Mrs.
Agnes J. Ruymann and Mrs. Meta C.
Wants Second Divorce. Having been
divorced from her husband in Decem
ber, 1910, and since then remarried
to him, Mrs. Florence Cowdery yes
terday filed suit against her husband,
Walter M. Cowdery, for a decree of
divorce. The plaintiff claims that
since their second marriage he has
abused and mistreated her. rut her
bands, choked her, burned her hair
and eyes with a lighted cigar and has
otherwise made her life miserable.
Their second marriage wad perform
ed In May, 1311. The custody of
their daughter, Bernlce, is asked by
Sue Saloon Keepers. Suit against
Isaac Richardson and R. T. Miller for
the sum or $20,000 for the death of
Arthur Wundram, the young man
who died in the Miller hotel Jan. 4.,
1912, was Instituted in the district
court yesterday by Aleta Wundram.
administratrix of the estate. The
suit was filed through Attorneys Ely
rind Bush. In her claim against the
defendants the plaintiff states that
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stomach tablets banish all stomach
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Large metal box for only 60 cents
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'LONELINESS IN GREAT CITY BEGINNING
OF END FOR A GIRL" WRITES MURDERESS
Miss Viola Carver.
Los Angeles police have a letter written by twent -three-year-old
Viola Carver to lier lather and mother in Tacoma the day before she
entered the office of J. E. Edge, a young man friend, and killed him,
concluding 'with the words: "When a girl gets lonesome in a great city,
that's the beginning of the end." Miss Carver won't exp!iln. When she
was arrested. Yi said she bad meant to kill herself and fall at Edge's
feat, but that ther had been an accident.
liquors to the deceased and therefore
violated the provisions of the mulct
law. She states that at the time the
liquor was sold to the deceased he
was a minor and that the defend
ants placed themselves liable when
they Bold him liquor.
Gasoline Ignited. In attempting to
fill a stove while it was burning, fire
started in the rooming apartments at
411 West Third street Wednesday
night at 5 o'clock. The fire depart
ment quickly extinguished the flames
without any serious damage.
Sues for Divorce. Mrs. WInnlfred
Rowray yesterday filed suit through
Attorneys Helmlck & Boudinot
against her husbad. Edward Rowray,
asking a decree of divorce on the
grounds of cruelty and inhuman
treatment. They were married in
Chicago July 4, 1909. The plaintiff
rsks the right to resume her maiden
name, WInnlfred Stearns.
Sues for Damages. Claiming that
her hand was "caught in an unguard
ed mangle, Gertrude Haight yester
day filed suit for $15,000 against the
White Way Laundry company
through Attorneys Ely & Bush. The
young woman claim that on Oct. 16,
1911, while in the employ of the
defendant company, her hand was
caught In a mangle and Injured to
Has arrived and is more complete than ever. People con
templating the purchase of cabinet gas ranges will do well to
call early while our line is complete. We have ranges to meet
Do not forget our special offer of 25 per cent discount on
housepiping contracts for five rooms or over.
such an extent that she has been in
capacitated from earning her living.
Says Wife Abused Him. A petition
for a decree of divorce was filed in
the district court yesterday by At
torney J. A. Hanley In behalf of J.
C. Port against Mrs. -Mary A. Port.
The plaintiff, who states he was mar
ried to the defendant March 1, 1902,
claims that she has abused him and
has thrown various weapons at him
since their marriage and that she has
also made him cook bis own break
fast on many occasions. He further
alleges that she slapped him and
otherwise mistreated him.
comes from Dr. J. T. Curtiss, Dwight,
Kan. He writes: "I not only have
cured bad cases of eczema in my pa
tients with Electric Bitters, but also
cured myself by them of the same dis
ease. I feel sure they will benefit any
case or eczema. J n;s snows what
thousands have proved, that Electric
Bitters is a most effective blood puri
fier. It's an excellent remedy for ec
zema, tetter, salt rheum, ulcers, bolls
and running sores. It stimulates liver,
kidneys and bowels, expels poisons,
helps digestion, builds up the strength.
Price 50 cents. Satisfaction guaran
teed by all druggists.
Lisbon Cyrus E. Woods, new Unit
ed States minister to Portugal, pre
sented his credentials.
Barracks Fund Grows. Canvass of
funds with which to erect a $10,000
barracks for the Mollne corps of Salva
tion army workers 13 progressing satis
factorily under direction of Captain
Wllma Baumbach of Chicago, a total
of $1,714 having been pledged to date.
This includes the $1,000 bequest by
the late John T. Browning.
Bet She's In Rock Island. Statia
Hayden, a woman about 36 years old.
was picked tap by the police in an in
toxicated condition at an early hour
yesterday morning. She was found
wandering about near the river at the
foot of Sixteenth street She had been
ejected from Davenport by the police
and came to Moline to look for work,
according to a statement she made at
police court. Ten days In jail did not
appear to be la pleasing prospect, so
she elected the other alternative and
promised to make an immediate exit
from the city.
Traffic Men Meet. Twenty-two
members of the Tri-Clty Traffic club
met Informally at luncheon at the
Manufacturers' hotel Wednesday
evening. Present with the club as
guests of honor were R. C. Fyfe of Chi
cago, chairman of the western classi
fication committee, and Mr. Lyon, of
Washington, D. C, an attorney for the
Interstate Commerce commission, who
took a leading part In the discussion of
rule 6-B of the western classification.
The subject was treated with special
application to agricultural imple
ments. May Raise Rates. Fire Insurance
rates In Moline will be raised In event
that there is any reduction in the city's
fire equipment even after purchase of
a new auto truck for the Central sta
tion. This is the opinion expressed by
a group of 30 men conversant with the
situation. These men are district
managers, officials and field agents
representing practically all the princi
pal fire insurance companies of the
country who were in. Moline Wednes
day afternoon and who assisted local
agents in perfecting the organization
of the Moline board of underwriters.
Obituary Record. William Weber,
employed in the Velie motor plant for
the last six months, died at the city
hospital Wednesday night. Death was
due to dropsy of the heart, with which
he had been ill but a short time, hav
ing been taken to the hospital just
two days ago. Mr. Weber came here
irom st. ixniis last octoDer. tie was
36 years old. Efforts on the part of
the police to communicate with rela
tives in St. "Louis were unsuccessful. It
appeared later from a message receiv
ed from an undertaker in St. Louis
that Weber has no living relatives
other than a half brother in that city
and two half sisters at Peoria. The
latter have now arrived in Moline and
have arranged for sending the remains
to St. Louis for burial.
The remains of Mrs. Walter A. Pe
terson arrived Wednesday night from
Quincy, where she passed away in the
Soldiers' home at 8 Sunday evening.
Death was due to heart trouble, with
which she had been ill for two weeks.
Sarah A. Hunter was born in Vir
ginia T2 years ago, moving to Wiscon
sin, where she was married, in 1S64
to Walter A. Peterson. She lived in
this city for a number of years, re
moving to Quincy two years ago. Sur
viving beside the husband are one son,
Albert, living in this city, two grand
daughters and a brother at Quincy.
Remains of Mrs. Wilehlmina Butch
er, former Moline woman who died
Jan. 15 of this year In Manila, arrived
at noon yesterday. At 2:30 Saturday
afternoon a private funeral service
will be held In the home of Mrs. Butch
er's mother, Mrs. Louisa Adelman,
1122 (Fourth avenue, the Rev. C. A.
Lincoln officiating. Burial will be in
Riverside cemetery. The body was ac
companied from Manila by the hus
band, Robert W. Butcher, a govern
ment official in the customs house ser
A party of local business men went
to New Boston, yesterday, duck hunt
ing. E. Parkman, Dr. G. B. David, Lee
Candor. Alex Macy, James Scannell
and John Ballard composed the party.
Miss Claic, Smith spent Sunday at
her home in Keithsburg.
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Goempler and
Miss Bess Thomas went to Biggsville
Saturday night to visit over Sunday
with the parents of Mrs. Goempler and
Miss Mary Brady of Galesburg spent
Sunday here with relatives.
Miss Sadie Hardin of Keithsburg
visited Friday and Saturday with Miss
Helen Winger. .
Miss Jean Berrish of Monmouth has
accepted a position here as stenogra
pher for Attorney W. J. Graham.
Mrs. Harriet Sells was a Galesburg
Mrs. Effie Church of Joy was a week
end guest at the homes of W. T. and
F. L. Church.
Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Drydeh of Keiths
burg, Mrs. H. C. Fickey of Wheatland.
Iowa, and Mrs. S. R. Shambaugh cf
Clinton, Iowa, and Dr. A. W. Elmer of
Davenport attended the funeral of Mrs.
I Ruth Carter, which was held Monday
Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Parkinson and
mi rvr t x. w B m mt m mm m. Wt K. m t .iiiii; mr s mr
baby returned to their home in Keiths
burg after attending the funeral of
Mrs. Parkinson's father, William Park
inson. Mr. and Mrs. G. O. Goddard went to
Joy Monday for a few days'-visit with
relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Goddard will
move to San Acacio to locate next Sat
urday. Mrs. J. W. Sheets of Joy was in
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Doak returned to
th-.'ir home in Keithsburg Monday
night after a few days' visit at the
home of Miss Laura Love.
Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Smith went to
Orion Tuesday for a few days' visit at
the home of Z. K. Miljer and family.
A number of people from Aledo at
tended the funeral of R. L. Carver at
Finds Cure for Epilepsy
After Years of Suffering
"My daughter was afflicted with
epileptic Gts for three years, the attacks
coming- every few weeks. We employed
several doctors but they did her no
good. About a
year t0 we
heard of Dr.
and it certainly
has proved a
1 blessing to our
little giri. She is
cured and Is en-
lying the best
of health. It is
over a year since
she has had a
fit. We cannot
speak too highly
Of Dr. Miles Nervine."
MRS. FRANK ANDERSON.
, Thousands of children in the
United States who are suffering
from attacks of epilepsy are a
burden and sorrow to their parents
who would give anything to restore
health to the sufferers.
Dr. Miles' Nervine
is one of the best remedies known
for this affliction. It has proven
beneficial in thousands of cases
and those who have used it have
the greatest faith in it. It is not
a "cure-all," but a reliable remedy
for nervous diseases. You need
not hesitate to give it a trial.
Sold by all Druggists. If the first
bottle falls to benefit your money Is
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When beer in light bottles is exposed to
light, the heer develops a disagreeable odor and
All brewers even cover the hand-holes of
the case before shifting, to keep out the light.
Schlitz in Brown Bottles won't soil after
the case is open.
Pure beer, properly, aged, will not cause
Physicians and surgeons prescribe Schlitz,
instead of malt tonics, as a builder of health,
e M ilmulm Famous.
Preemption Tuesday. They were Miss
Mary Ellen Carver, Mr. and Mrs. C.
A. Boyles, Alva Jay, M. J. Merryman,
David Fitzmelr and W. D. Winders.
The republican township primary
election took place at the court house
Saturday, at which time the following
were nominated: Supervisor, J. A.
Wells; assessor, J. M. Nesblt; collec
tor, Henry Cullison; town clerk, W. D.
Emerson; commissioner of highways.
J. W. Rose; school trustee, J. A.
The democratic township primary
was held Saturday at the city halL
The nominations are: Supervisor, Er
nest Boultinghouse; assessor, Patrick
O'Day; collector. R. H. WhltBitt; town
clerk, John McHard; commissioner of
highways, George Geesey; school trus
tee, John Braucht.
Miss Nellie Johnson went to Joy
Monday night for a short visit.
Mrs. Cora Mane and daughter Eliz
abeth were in Monmouth Tuesday.
C. A. Samuelson returned borne Mon
day from Chicago.
Mrs. Ed Danielson returned home
Friday after a week's visit with rela
tives and friends in Rock Island and
Mrs. Mary Volk returned borne Sat
urday from Rock Island, where she
was visiting for a few days.
Mrs. Gray Maiers of Denver, Col.,
arrived Tuesday for a pisit with her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Stevens.
Mrs. John Hodges was taken to the
hospital Monday and was operated on
Tuesday for appendicitis. She Is get
ting along nicely.
Mrs. John Muerling of Reynolds Is
spending several days with Mrs. John
Mrs. Charles Hubbs of Rapids City
was here four days.
Mrs. Eustus Brehmer went to Mo
line Saturday to take care of her
daughter, Mrs. Miller Wilson, who la
Mrs. Edith Pritcbard is visiting her
sister, Mrs. C. C. Wilson, in Rock Is
land for 10 days.
Mrs. Sam Clark and two children
and sister. Miss Jennie Irwin, are vis
iting relatives and friends in Aledo for
Mr. and Mrs. William Barrett are
the parents of a son, who arrived Sat
urday, March 16.
Mrs. William Tomlinson of Cable,
who has been a sufferer from rheuma
tism for about twelve years, died at
her home in Cable Thursday, March
See that cork
is branded "Schlitz."
Phone West 14
Carse & Ohlweiler Co.
425-431 Eleventh St.,
14. She leaves to mourn, her husband
and one eon Leon of Geneseo. The
funeral was held Sunday, March 17,
Rev. Mr. Johnson of Sherrard officiat
ing. The remains were laid to rest la
the Cable cemetery.
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