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ITHBf EOCK ISEAND ABGTJS. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 8, 1912.
Aledo a few days. She left Monday
for a short stay in Viola.
Miss Constance Bridgford spent
Saturday with relatives in New Wind
Is Reelected. Theodore Lembrecht,
at the head of the Davenport Boat
club during the last season, was re
elected commodore unanimously at
the annual meeting of the clnb Mon
day night and will hare charge of
arrangements for the M. V. P. B. A. re
gatta In July.
Move Offices. Orders were received
In the offices of General Superintend
ent Easier of the Rock Island Toad
yesterday that the general offices
county. A motion for change of
venue waa filed yesterday by Attor
ney William Chamberlln In behalf of
the defendant and healing on the
matter will be taken up early in the
ensuing term which began yester
day. Would Improve Road. Alderman-at-Large
Christ Kuehl and residents of
the Sixth ward appeared before the
board of supervisors yesterday morn
ing and madean urgent appeal again
for the improvement of Jersey Ridge
road, north of Locust street.
Recall Pastor. The congregation of
the McClellan Heights United Presby-
pleted yesterday for the month of
March the police work" for the past
31 days was unusually light. A to
tal of 140 arrests marked the activ
ities of the police during that time.
Of this number the drunks were In
the lead, having a total of 41 ac
credited to them. Second in the list
are the vagrants of whom the city
had more than the usual number re
sulting from the trouble In Rock Is
land last week. The third are the
peace disturbers of whom there were
Obituary Record. At 2:20 o'clock
vesterdav morning at his home, 1511
Prairie street, occurred the death of
ALL LOS ANCELES GOES PROSPECTING WHEN C1CAR CLERK FINDS
RICH DEPOSIT OF COLD IN MUDDY CUTTER IN FRONT OF. STORE.
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Recovering Slowly. Theodore Vier-
ich of 1605 Twelfth avenue Is recover
ing slowly from his injury, sustained,
Friday (while at "work In the Root &
VanDervoort plant. An employe roll
ing a large wheel, lost control and it
fell on Vierich'B foot, causing a pain
Will Lease Ro o m a. Authority to en
ter nto agreement with R C. Leedy
for use of the second and third floors
of bis proposed building at the south
west (corner of 'Fifth avenue and Six
teenth street has !been given by the
membership to directors of the Moline
club, action beinc taken at a special
meeting held Monday evening. At the
same session ft "was decided to in
crease yearly Hues from 420 to $24.
Close Tax Books. Real estate tax
books of Moline township were closed
Monday night with total collections
amounting to 1267.747.86. This sum
falls short J64.718.88 of meeting the
charge against the township on the as
sessment of 1911, which was $332,
464.74. Collections during the final
few days exceeded expectations, and,
as a result the total receipts average
well with those of last year. A total
of '$9,775.49 was collected Monday, the
largest item of which, $7,229.93, was
from the IVelie interests.
To CIom Nloht School. Prenara-
Itions are to be made to close the night
school for foreigners, which has been
in progress in the Irving building,
with a patriotic program. The school
term will end about the 10th of this
month and by that time the pupils
will have finished their lesson books,
An old-fashioned spelling bee will be a
feature of the closing exercises. Mem
bers of the class are eager for a con
test of this kind and those in charge
of the school will not disappoint them,
To Pave Fourteenth Street. An
other paving Improvement for Moline
was confirmed Monday afternoon in
the county court. The improvement
provides for paving with asphalt of
Fourteenth street from Sixteenth to
Twenty-third avenue. The city bega
yesterday to advertise for bids, and
they will be reserved till 11:30 a. m,
Free from Contagion. Moline is free
from contagious and infectious disease
at this time, according to a report for
March, submitted Monday to the com
mission by Dr. Perry H. Weasel, city
physician. The total number of cases
reported for the month was 11, classi
fled as follows: Typhoid fever 3, ery
sipelas 1, whooping cough 7.
Anaycr Wad, With Pan. Examining PartlcXa of Gold Pound In Outtar of Lor Angelea Street.
tlclng tiny particles of sparkling pan and found It contelned gold In
matter aa t atood on the curb, be ficb quantity. Now mil Loa AO'
enilatad tba aid of a professional ,- gles Is trying to And out where tUe
sarer. who washed out a quantity of grael containing Ok gold waa
to muddy aelment li a proapectofa I unshed from.
II. McAvsny. clerk In a Ixs Aa
galas cigar store, has struck gold. Ha
made hla nod la the gutter la froot
of the stats wbsre bs works.
rould be removed from Davenport terian church has asked that Rev. W.
to Des Moines on or before April 15. O. ChUholm be returned as its pas
It is Inferred from the orders that i tor for the ensuing year, this action
the offices will
12 and 15.
leave between April
Change of Venue. The second trial
of Mrs. Anna KilduS for the killing
of her husband. John Kilduff, Oct.
30, 1911, may be held in Muscatine ' lice Hans Schramm, which was com
being taken at the annual congrega
tional meeting that was held at the
church Monday evening.
Police Work Light. According to
the monthly report of Chief of Po-
Simply Forces a Billion Bubbles
Through You Clothes
When you dissolve Washd'ean in boiling water the Bil
lion Bubbles start working for you. Every thread of your
washing is cleansed by these bubbles and every bubble
does its work gently. No chemicals equal their work I
They reach every crevice and remove every particle of
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And they dont need your help Hundreds! Thousands! of letters
you can be about your other duties; from husbands whose wives have
while they do the work.
TUink of the thousand and one lit i
tie do ties you can tend to while the
billion bubble are being forced
through your clothe.
Think of what a relief It will be to
avoU the rubbing, scrubbing and
pounding of your clothes on the wash
board! Think how much better your
hand "will feel when you don't have
to keep them in boiling water and
made the Billion Bubbles do their
washing. Each letter tells of the dif
ference Washclean has made how
their wives have learned to treat
washday like other days how much
longer their shirts wear and how
grateful they are to Washclean.
Let the billion bubbles go
through your clothes. Get
Joseph Maloschek. Mr. Maloschek
had been in failing health for the
past month. Death was due to a com
plication of diseases. The deceased
was born March 16, 1855, in Schwes
terwiti, Germany, where he received
his early education. When 28 years
of age he came to America and set
tled in Cincinnati, Ohio, remaining
there for 15 years, when he removed
to Davenport. Surviving are his
widow, Mrs. Emelia Maloschek, and
one son, carl,' both of Davenport;
one sister, Mrs. Mary Stybel of Chi
cs go, and two sisters and three
brothers in Germany. The funeral
ill be held Thursday afternoon at
1:30 o'clock from the late home with
services at 2 o'clock at St. Joseph's
church. Interment will be made in
the Holy Family cemetery.
Mrs. Sarah Comet, the mother of
Mrs. A. Segelbaum, 1717 Park ave
nue, passed away at 3:50 o'clock
yesterday morning after an illness of
ten days, death being due to compli
cations resulting from age. The
deceased was born April 6, 1S34, in
Koschau, Hungaria, was married
there and came to this country and
to Davenport in 1874, residing here
since then. She is survived by two
daughters, Mrs. A. Segelbaum of Dav
enport and Mrs. Minnie Leberman of
Friend, Neb., two .sons, Morlt and
Henry Comet of Aurora, 111., a sis
ter, Mrs. Frisch In Springfield, 111.,
and a brother, Jacob Deutach in Min
neapolis. The funeral services were
held at 2 o'clock from the home this
The Misses Whisman, Marston and
Minteer spent the week end with
their parents at Reynolds. These
young ladies are students in William
and Vashti college here.
Mrs. A. Marquis and Miss Anna
Mapes went to Rock Island Saturday
for a short visit.
Mrs. G. C. Mclntyre and daughter,
Miss Frances, were visitors in Rock
N. U. Bowen and George Strother
went to the tri-citles Saturday on a
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Lehan and chil
dren of Keithsburg took the Rock Is
land Southern car here Saturday for
Rock Island to spend a few days with
Mrs. M. Tracy of Moran, Kan.,
came Saturday to visit friends In
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George W. Koons. Lawton, Mich.,
rays: "Dr. Detchon's Relief for
Rheumatism has given my wife won
derfoi benefit for rheumatism. She
could cot lift hand or foot; bad to be
lifted for two months. She began the
nse of the remedy and improved rap-i
idly. On Monday she could not move
and on Wednesday she got np, dressed
herself and walked out for breakfast."
Sold by Otto Grotjan, 1501 Second ave
nue. Rock Island; Gust Schlegel &
Son, 220 West Second street, Daven
Some of the every -day bev
erages are harmful to heart,
nerves and digestion.
Mothers refuse coffee and tea
to their children vet, by strange
inconsistency, nee these bever
Sooner or later, according to
the natural strength of the In
dividual, ill results are sure to
All the family can drink
with certainty of benefit.
The change from coffee or
tea to Post urn hae brought
health and comfort to thou
sands; and the delightful flav
our of Postum (very like that
of good Java) make the
changer easy and pleasant.
"There'i a Reason"
Postum Cereal Company, Ltd,
Battle Creek, Mich.
Miss Grace Brancht was a Gales-
burg visitor Saturday.
Mrs. H. E. Maxwell and Mrs. W.
Sterner and daughter went to Vi
ola Saturday to visit friends.
W. H. Bartlett of New Boston came
to visit his father. O. M. Bartlett
Mrs. F. R. Cole left Saturday for
New Windsor to visit her parents a
few days. .
The play, "Her Own Way," given
by the students of William and Vash
ti college under the direction of Miss
Mariam Graham, teacher of dramatic
art, was well attended. The play
was ' a four-act comedy-drama orig
inally produced by Maxine Elliott.
The cast of characters was a strong
one and the music by the college or
chestra added much to the evening's
The annual Easter supper will be
served by the Ladies' Aid society of
the M. E. church Thursday. April
A splendid menu has been pre
Mrs. J. H. Brown of Chappelle,
Neb., who has spent two months at
the home of her brother, J. W. Dil
ley, has gone to New Windsor for a
visit with friends this week.
Rev. W. L. Barnes of New Boston
and Rev. T. S. Pittenger of thlB city
exchanged pulpits on Sunday.
Everett McHard is home from Chi
cago for a few days vacation. Mr.
McHard is studying law in Chicago
Mrs. J. M. Mannon and son of Je
rome, Idaho, arrived here Friday to
visit Mrs. Mannon's mother. Mrs.
Florence Wells, for some time.
Mrs. Mary KlmeL Mrs. W. Barker
ana aaugnter or vuiisca, Iowa, are
the guests of Mrs. E". O. McCreight
and family this week. Mrs. Barker
and daughter left Saturday but Mrs.
Kim el will make an extended stay.
Miss Edith Morgan Is spending a
few days with her friends In Aledo
before going to her home in Los An
geles, Cal. Miss Morgan has spent
several months In New York city in
the study of violin music. Miss Mor
gan played here at the M. E. church
Miss Mary E. Flynn and Miss Ruck,
both trained nurses from Davenport,
have been caring for the sick in
Aledo for the past week.
Elmer Brown of Gravity, Iowa, Is
the guest of Mercer county relatives.
Members of the Columbian club
are urged by the president, Mrs. Min
nie Hollemback, to attend the meet
ing Wednesday at 2:30 p. m., as
matters of interest will be discussed
at that time.
G. Mason of Moline returned Mon
day to his ' home after spending a
few days with Aledo friends.
Hon. E. L. Werts of Oquawka came
Monday for a short stay in this city.
H. G. Knickerbocker left Monday
after spending the week end here
with his wife and her relatives.
Miss Emma Craig of Klrkwood
came Monday to give a week's art
instruction in the Aledo schools.
Dr. and Mrs. A. C. Sells started
Monday for Hot Springs, Ark., for a
week's rest and recreation.
Mrs. Maria Evans is spending a
week with her daughter, Mrs. V. H.
Bartlett near New Boston.
The Standard Bearers held their
monthly meeting Monday at the home
of Miss Anna Hebel. This was also
an enjoyable social function as well
a? a regular meeting.
H. H. Winger returned Saturday
from a year's stay with his relatives
In Ohio, Washington, Colorado, Ne
braska and California.
W. H. Holmes has returned home
from Oklahoma City, where he spent
a few weeks with his daughters, Mrs.
Cies and Miss Mary Holmes. Mrs.
Holmes remained for an extended
The members of the Woman's
Foreign Missionary society will meet
Wednesday afternoon at the home of
Mrs. J. M. Wright.
The many friends of Timothy Mer-
ryman regret to hear that he Is ser
iously ill at his home in Los An
geles, Cal. For many years Mr.
Merryman was a resident of Mercer
Miss Carrie Eakin returned Satut
Say from a few weeks' visit with her
sister, Mrs. W. J. Cunningham of Chicago.
Mrs. W. W. Garner returned Sat
urday from Galesburg, where she had
visited her daughter.
Mrs. O. J. Lorimer returned Mon
day from a visit in Keithsburg.
Miss Tilile Hubbard of this city and
her aunt, Mrs. Morris, of Viola, were
called to Joy Saturday by the death
of Marlon Rlggs, whose funeral was
Mrs. C. Black and Mrs. C. Southern
and baby returned to Keithsburg Sat
urday after a few days'. visit here
with Mrs. Will Newton.
Miss Norah McChesney went to
Burlington Saturday for a few days'
visit with relatives.
Mrs. Laura Knapp and two chll
dren left Saturday to visit her mother
J. E. Smith went to the Bay Sat
urday for a few days' stay. Mrs.
Smith accompanied him to Joy to
visit her sister, Mrs. T. Ballard.
Mr. and Mrs. E. Parkman returned
Mcnday from New Boston, where
they visited their daughter, Mrs.
Jcbn Ball and family over Sunday.
S. J. Bolton of Alpha came Satur
day to spend a few days at the homes
of his sons.
Mrs. J. W. Bridgeford of Durant,
Iowa, who has been the guest of Mer
cer county relatives, left Saturday for
S. S. Morrison left Saturday to
spend the summer with his sisters,
Mrs. O. M. Dunlevy, at Coal City, and
with Mrs. Mary Bird of Winnipeg,
William and Vashti won its annual
debate with Monmouth college here
Tuesday night, the three judges being
unanimous In their decision. The
HAKES H0F.1E BAKING EASY
The only Baking Powder made
from Royal Grape Cream of Tartar
question debated was that the system
of recall should be applied to all elec
tive offices in the legislative, executive
and judicial branches of all states in
the union. William and Vashti upheld
the affirmative side. The judges were
Dr. JL K. Stewart, Kewanee; H. E. El
liott, Burlington, Iowa, and James Car
ney, Galesburg. The debaters were:
William and Vashti, Shatford, Bald
win, Heflin; Monmouth. White, Glllis,
Mrs. George Bell died at her home
near this city Tuesday at 2 p. m. She
had been ailing Borne time and is sur
vived by her husband and a lamlly of
At Tuesday's election in Mercer
township the entire republican ticket
was elected. It is as follows: Super
visor, J. A. Wells; clerk, W. D. Emer
son; assessor, J. M. Neshit; collector,
Henry Collison; highway commission
er, J. W. Rose; school trustee, J. A.
Matchneer. Mr. Wells succeeds H. R,
Morrison, who served as supervisor
84 years continuously, declining a re
nomination this spring.
Every family and especially those
who reside in the country should be
provided at all times with a bottle of
Chamberlain's Liniment. There is no
telling when it may be wanted in case
of an accident or emergency. It is
most excellent in all eases of rheuma
tism, sprains and bruises. Sold by all
news all the time The
Milady's Toilet Table
By Mme. D'MILLE
Of all the various means advised
for removal of superfluous halts from
face or forearms I have found dela
tone paste the most effective and sat
isfactory. Mix a little delatone with
enough water to cover the hairs; ap
ply, and after two or three minutes
wipe off, aud the hairs will be gone.
Some cosmetics tend to darken and
discolor the skin. Never use these.
If you want a true complexion beau-
tifier, instantaneous in effect, yet
harmless and lasting, dissolve an
original package of mayatone in a
half-pint of witch hazel and rub a
little on the face, neck and arms each
morning. Mayatone will not come
off or show like powder and keeps
the skin soft, fair and youthful look
ing. There always Is danger of catching
cold after washing the head. Dry
shampooing makes hair beautifully
lustrous and full of life. To make
shamnoo nowder. put a cupful of
cornmeal (or four ounces of pow
dered orris root) In a fruit Jar and
mix with it an original package of
therox. Sprinkle on head and brush
out. This brushes out easily and
takes with It all dirt, dandruff and
As a result of backward spring
and unseasonable weather thousands
suffer from colds. An old-fashioned
remedy is Mother's Salve. In fifty
years millions of jars have been used
for the treatment of colds in head or
chest, catarrh and ordinary cases of
sore throat, bronchitis, tonsilltls,
croup, stiff neck and asthma.
CURED NEVER TO RETURN
Entlraljr removed from the eye
tem not "locked in." like ordin
ary treatments to &aaJn reappear.
Our treatment earea Boree, Ul
cers and Symptoms la 16 to St
days, ao you nor any one would
know you ever had tae trouble.
Alao Skin Diseases, Sorea. Ul
cers, Eczema, Pimples, Blotches,
Itching, Burning- and Dtacolora
tlons of the Skin.
Lowest Charges sf Amy Specialist,
quickest Cares That Stay
Cures After Hot Springs Fail.
TO CURB BLOOD
DISEASE It must
be entirely re
moved from th
system. The treat
ment we five you
acta so quickly
the poison that
you osn almost
feel It being cast
out every day,
and creates fresh,
pure blood, cleansing-
up the system, so
there Is no eotaeback to It.
Tour advantage In treating
With us la Wiat when you are
cured you will stay cured and
the treatment does not Injure
your stomach and cause bona
pains and aches, like alrong min
Out-of-town men afflicted with
blood poison can take our treat
ment at home without losa of time,
after being first carefully examined
at the ottice. Call at once upon ar
rival, and we will aee you promptly
o you may return on next train.
Consultation and advice free. Ev
Copenhagen Medical Institute.
31 1 Fifteenth St Moline, III.
Moline hours only on Wednesday
afternoons and evenings, 1 to 9; and
Sunday mornings, 9 to 12. During
other hours call at Davenport office.
t'oraer Fourth and Brady 8ta4 Dav
Hours Every day. 9 a m. tp 5 p.
m , except Wednesday. Wednesday
hours, 9 to 12 only. Tuesday and Sat
urday evenings, 7 to 9. Closed on
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