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THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS, FRIDAY, AUGUST 10. 1012.
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Hurt Stealing Ride. v.'hile beating ,
his way on a fr' ieht train carrying j
i.truetural steel. Andrew Hayes was in- J
'.urcA Wednesday nlrtt. The stp&l j
i-iipped wh-n the train topped sud- I
inlr and some of the beams fell on
j.is lf: foot . H" was Temovfd to St. I
Luke's l.orpi'a;. where a physician at- j
tenried Lis injuries.
Buyt Fine Perl. W. U Gardner of !
Le Claire has purchased a magnificent
4't-rrairi bal; pearl from Otto B,ise
for The consideration of $1,275. Mr.
BuFse, who has lieen she'.line all Bum
mer In Iake pepin. Wis., found the
treasure earlier in the Reason, and
htn;(;."d at Le Clai-e on h!p way home
to see Mr. Gardner, resulting in the -transaction.
Thin gives Mr. Bussc an'
excellent return for the season's work, j
Boya Steal Beer. A number of '
youths were arraigned iu police court j
yesterday morning on information .
ewora out tiirainst them for tht alleged
theft of several bottles of beer from a
freight car. They were Hurley Ijnv-1
ing, Marry .Miner, Leslie Uras-r,
Herman Render and Frank Miller.
Their trials were continued until Sat
urday, and iu the mean while the in
vestigation Into the ae will be con
tinued by the police.
Masons Hold Picnic ()c r l.OOu
Masons futherwd for a general good
time at Suburban island Wednesday,
taking thu entire day off for a basket
plume, bail game, races, vaudeville,
khow and danc.u-', comprising the third
annual pimu- of Ai'ohasaau Grotto. The
tri-cpies, Muscatine and le Ciaiie were
well represented. Clinton, with it
ball team, failed to put in an appear-ltlK-e,
bo t auis wtie clion U fiom
among tho ineiubership of the local
groLlo. the Max Stemhaui-r coiubina
tlou losliif- to tlie Bin Phillips nine by
a 13 to 11 secie. ham Wh.te, with a
yard handicap, wou the a" ) aid dash
for buslne men, while C. II. Kroeger
took the Jut man s race. The races
were run to the tune ui Oii.e 1, Mock's
band, which ait-o "made melody"
tiirouKlmut tin- afternoon. The band
was led by A. K. Burleigh and the' inn- j
etc was features by the aito horn woi k 1
of V. X. Din;
Fnt to Hire Expart. Thrum;h the
etiori of oiiki Miiaii 1. S. Pepper .
Scott county l,,is th- die' in. tioii oi he.
mg the t,mL inuiity In the I n, led
H'.au-a to avail itself of the tedttal
aid piovided lor the adduiu to th"
value ami out put of the farm product.-,
by the ftnplo.t nient of II clop t Xpert.
JTofi ssor G. it. Itl.bs of the Iowa State '
iKi icultural toliige at Aim s has been
inploi-d by tlii.' executive com m it tec
r.s the et"i epirl Pr 'r.is louuly. ;
J'ro'issi.r Hl.i-d will be in I ;av eiij.'.rt
Saturday uwl will unit wiili thy ex-cnt!v-
nii!imi,'ee or which A. F.
Dawson of the First National h:t;.k is
hairniaii. The fed, i al lui.d io the
.dviii e:n (it of thi.i work w;ii ,.v
t'cott .: u : Jl.ic-ie iia i the cairy
ln on of thi! wor,;. A tun of about
;t.ouo will be needed to s u cesiifully
Ko detail cf the c.-(.p advance
ment i,:id the stcriy of the so I This
inoin y is to be rnis.-d by o .: m b
ecr j t n ti.
Mot co- A:. ..;; i r K.ko' .--ff. rius
tHitl premier, and .-.':tu .Sjtaotioff,
l"K''n n in. Mer. v, .;; v,; it Krunco next
i iohth to d.M-u. ti e li;;-o l ri'hch al
I stu'e Ci.u.d Puke N'n l.oiac -Nichol-levlich
u.i. a'.u :.U i Le iieuch army
conin-.rrcc cf the world. Why? Because,
T!icy heve the Confidence of the Public,
V.:.v"rc the T.lcst Convenient to Install,
I'ccr.orr.'.cu-'.i Lo Maintain and
EuLt to Latt a Lifetime.
Mow :s t!:c tin.? to b-y. Send for Catalog No. swuae
Fairbanks, Morse & Co.
MAKE FOLKS WEAR CLOTHES AT
ATLANTIC CITY; BiC tiOWL IS RAISED
The way .om. batner. like to drew .nd the way other,
The -proper" ault la In tha very lateit style approved by fashion society.
Atlantic City, Aug. 15 The great
watering resort of the country Is in a
furore over the victory of the "prudes"
in their caniuaiKti for more clothes on
Foliccm have been Instructed to i
see that young women wear raincoats,
blankets or other drapings over their
bat bins Buits in their nroirreKH from
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n i -ir.. !- atii"uni. u i I'Mi i.iig ,
while disporting themselves upon the :
; Here are a few comments heard:
; "Why, it's worse than Asbury park
in the Btrictest time."
; "Perfectly shocking, I menn this hav
ing to dress up to go In bathing."
"What 1b the use of making a trip
from New York or Philadelphia if we
can't see Anything? We miht as
I vveli stay In town."
Thousands of young men, as wei!
as old. and rjtiite a few vvotm n. showed
that they were disgusted.
11. Osborne, left Sunday for a few I
viit with his mother and liroTti- i
da v s
oi- in lies Moit;!'!--
I'jvva. lie will be i
accompanied nnne by his dauirhter. I
Miss Kdnu Jieieti, who bus been spend- i fpetit Sunday with Mrs. Bartlett's sis
ing the pust month w ith her grand-1 ter, Mrs. J. W. McRoberts.
parents, Mr and Mrs. Hoon. in Jewell, I Mrs. Hebel and son. George, who
Iowa, and relatives in lies Moines. jlave been visiting relatives in Alt.
Mr. Bolton of Alpha Is visiting with j rieasant and Burlington for the past
hi sons. Sidhiy and lulph Bolton, in ! ten days, returned home the last of
this city. ; the week.
Mrs. W. I,. Wnlsh of Fremont. Kan , ! Matthi w Harney and grandson, El
!vis come to make an extended vint tort Harney, have gone to the south-v-ith
Mr. and Mrs. Scott ( ciheeii. 'tin part of Colorado to spend a few
Ira Xel.-on, son of Circuit Clerk Sam-; weeks w ith relatives.
U"l A. Nelson, has accepted the iti- The Tirst National bank of Aledo
t on of bo.ik'ueeper and assistant in the i a- been remodeled and refurnished
Aledo bank. Mid had very generously donated a set
The union meeting was held In the ot their bank fixtures, valued at $S00,
ctautauqun tent in Monument pfrk. to the commercial department of Wil
Sunday in.s'iad of Central park as was liaru and Vashti college. They are
I'dvertihod There was a short song;l,ting put iu place in the new and en
I ''!. wiili h Mr. Nelson sj:t:g largod quarters of the commercial de-
"Thi? Ninety and Nine" by request.
P'ev A. K. Moody ave the address
of the evening. This is the last of
the series of union services.
Miss l'hoet.e Mc.Millen of Ray. 111..
i. visiting with the family of Mr. Vi r
trees Airs. J. S. Alien of Kelthsburc came
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;s weish 75 of the
1 w ir uaiii ta
1 H..r,.,nrn,- Att,ntv rirv has thnturht :
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nothing of bathers dressing in their
! rooms and mingling with the others
u" me Liuai u nam. j
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Policemen are having their troubles .
approaching women and telling them
,h,.y ,,; get covering for their-
.,1(.m u..ll cnm.thinr that n-tll cnr i
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ei s resent wie oruer as weu as uiuem i
and one man who sallied forth, after
having been turned back, in a wom
an's pongee automobile coat and car
rying a parasol, received much ap
plause. Boardwalk stores, where opera
glasbes are for rent report a great in
crease in business, and the boardwalk
rail looks like a race track when the
horses are on the back stretch.
All the troublt? was caused by a com
mi'tee of residents who complained
to the mayor, and he said he would
'ive Mrs. Grundy's ideas a trial.
Monday to visit her cousin, Mrs. John
Harney, aud attend Chautauqua.
Mr. and Mrs. B. K. Tudor of Bush
noil cattle Sa'urday to spend a week
with Mr. and Mrs. Lee Elliott and otu-
-r friends in Aledo and attend the
-lJi'i'a rt union and the Chautauqua.
Mr. aud Mrs. W. H. Bartlett of New
BoFtoa came in their motor car and
ir.itment. This is a very practical
j ift and will be a great help to the
commercial students. The bank In the
commercial department will be called
the First National College bank In
honor of the donors.
Rev. Irvin Dool epent Sunday with
Airs. Hodson of New Boston Is vis
iting her daughter, ATra. John Davis.
John I.ongley and family of Viola
spent Sunday with relatives in this
I c lty.
! Mrs. Evans and daughters, Grace
jend Jessie, arrived home Monday
I from Decatur, where they have visit-,
: ed Dr. Edward Evans and family.
; Mrs. William Denen and daughter,'
rilla, are visiting Airs. Denen's grand-
laren'i? and other relatives in Alin
eral Ridge.Ohio. j
Airs. Beckwith from Washington, D.
j C , has come to make an extended
I visit with her daughter, Afrs. A. E.
Rov. Charles Fisk of Viola spent
I Monday in Aledo.
' Airs. John Andress and two chil
j dren of Rockford, who have epent sev
1 eral weeks here with Airs. Andress'
: parents. Air. and Airs. George Reed,
left the last of the week for their
Aire. Edwin Dice and two children
have gone to Harrlsburg. Pa, to make
cn extended visit with Alra. Dlce'a
'. parents, Air. and Airs. Albright.
I Dr. and Alra. J. W. Wallace are mak
1 Ir.g a fhort vlsfl with Airs. Wallace's
j Bister. Airs. H. C. AIorBe. In Philadel
I pbia. Pa. From there they will go to
! New York city where Dr. Wallace will
! take a four week's post graduate
course In various hospitals.
Airs. James Ramsey returned the
last of the week from a two months'
visit with her 6ons in Arkansas and
The Aledo chautauqua. which ia nn
der the management of
: league of the First Presbyterian
! t hurch with Rev. A. E. Moody as chair -
!r..an. opened Mordav afternoon at 2
: o'clock in the bi chauUiuaua tent that
j Las been erected In Alonument park.
: The Sch'jman quintet gave a prelude
: wVcfc c-.rsifcd cf three numbers.
C ' iirs. Alaude Bailington Booth was then
Robber Makea Haul. A robber en
tered the home of J. V. Cain, 522
Tenth 6treet, using a skeleton key to
throw the lock in the front door dur
ing the absence of the family from the
house. Drawers in upstairs rooms
were ransacked, jewelry valued at $50
to $60 being taken. Much of the loss
falls on one of the boarders in the
Hurt While Working. James E.
Smith of 1006 Twenty-ninth street
was struck on the head by a board at
j the Reliance building at noon yester
day. He was leaving the building to !
go to dinner when someone not see-1
ing him threw a piece of lumber from 1
the second story. A painful gash was 1
Inflicted on the right side of his head,
several stitches being required. He
was cared for at the office of Dr. A. H.
Arp and later was taken to his home.
To Eliminate Crossing. First steps
toward changing the route of the in
terurban, thus eliminating the dan
gerous crossing at Twenty-third street,
and the building of the Fourth and
Seventh streets extensions south to
Moline city limits, will be tak?n Aug.
;27, when officials of the Tri-Citv Rail-
jway rompany wm appear at a m
before the city commission and ask
for the power, right and authority to
make Improvements. Both
franchise Q . . . ' 7" ' ., " ' ulhB
,7" ' R'w-mpany
- vuuiiwn. ooiu pro
1 posit tons
are to go before the voters
'he next general election
Flashes a Revolver. John Dunbar
drew 20 days with Sheriff Bruner at
the conclusion of a hearing in Jus
tice Williams court yesterday morn
ing on a charge of carrying concealed
weapons. His fine was placed at $100,
which he failed to pay. Dunbar pro
vided himself with a 50-cent shooting
iron, say the police, paying $2.50 for
it, also with a fair-sized "souse" and
started for Globe exposition sights
with the idea of celebrating as his
fancy suited him. For a f.w minutes
the crowd at the grounds was
gathered about him. He fired a chal
lenge at the crowd, saying he was go
ing to "get somebody." About that
time Officer Larson concluded that
Dunbar was depriving the various at
tractions on the grounds of their just
patronage and escorted the celebrator
to the city hall, where he was given
an opportunity to get the balance of
the "load" out of his system.
Obituary Record. Elsie, 8-montha-old
daughter of Mr. and Airs. Edmund
WIttevrengal, passed away at the
home in East Moline at 8 o'clock yes
terday morning. She had been ill
two weeks. The funeral will be held
from the late home at 9 o'clock Sat
urday morning, with Father L. E. Van
Stappen of East Moline officiating. In
terment will be in St. Mary's ceme
tery. East Moline. The parents and
one little brother are left bereaved.
introduced by Justice George A
tooke and gave her lecture, "The ;
Lights and Shadows of Prison Life."'
She spoke for over an hour of heri
work for "her boys" and told some of j
the good results attained. The big
tent was well filled and every one was;
! pleased and interested. The evening's j
! attraction was the concert by thei
1 Schuman quintet who were dressed in I
the costumes of the time of the old;
j musicians w hose music they rendered.
The first number was an illustrated
travelogue showing and describing :
places In the time of Alozart, Deethov-j
er and Schuman. ;
Hugh Alorrison of Freeport, Ill.,j
I came Monday to visit friends and at-;
tend the reunion. j
Mr .and Mrs. Blair of Geneseo are '
With a Cleansing, Healing
Antiseptic Cream. Stops
Manv neonle siinnnse there ia Tin rurp
I for Hay Vevtr, and think, once one has
I bad an attack, they must suffe r evtry
summer irom having time until frost
comes. Some 0 the more fortunate
eek relief in cooler climate, but thou
tands suffer at home, and often make
their condition worse by using strong
anuffs, powders and sprays.
There is no need cf your being a vic
tim cf this disease any longer, and you
don't have to run away to escape it
either. Just get a fifty cent bottle of
Eiy'a Cream Balm, place a little in the
coetrile. draw the pleasant, aromatic
fumes back into the bead, and see bow
quickly you will get relief.
It opena np the air p&e&sges almost
instantly, stops the 6neezing, running
at the nose and weenine. Furthermore.
! it doesn't simply eive von tn:Dor?.rv
relief, but it heals and strengthens the
1 sensitive membrane lining of the r.ote
nd throat, ard restores it to normal,
1? condition thus protecting you
against a return of the trouble.
All druegisu sell and recommend it.
Get a bottle to-day. If you are not satis-
: fied after fair trial, vour drorrri ill
give you back every centyou jaid for it.
It is one tlung to mate
pure Leer, anotlier to lceef
Tlie Brown Bottle lceef)S Scnlitz
Physicians and surgeons prescribe
Sclilitz, instead of malt tonics, as a
builder of liealtk.
visiting at the home of Air. and Airs
Fred Wendt, and attending .the sol
.1. H. Abercrombie went to Rock
Island Tuesday to attend the funeral
of Judge Gest of that city.
Air. and Airs. J. R. Lowry and
daughter, Aliss Ethel and son, Curtis,
left Saturday for St Paul, .Minn., for
a short visit with Air. Lovvry's sisters
who live there.
A. G. nridgl'ord and family are
spending a week at Elysium Lake,
Air. and Mrs. W. C. Harris of Mount
Vernon, 111., are the guests of Airs. S.
W Butcher iu this city and friends
and relatives in the country. Air. Har
ris was formerly a resident of Mercer
county, having left here about 24 years
Mina v.llte Thomnson is home from
Rich Hill, AIo., where she had been!
making a six weeks' visit with her:
sister, Airs. Clark Griffin. j
nr. r a Haas and daughter, ;
Louise, were accompanied home from
Feithsburg Saturday by Airs. Haas'
mother, and sister. Airs. Hoyt and
Miss Arna Hoyt.
Aliss Alayme Daniels left Alonday
morning for her home in Peoria, hav
ing been the guest of Mrs. Alex Alacy
foi a few days.
James E. Icerrogle and Aliss Ora
AlcCully both of Aledo were united in
marriage by Justice J. U Spence at
MB rfi.iftf.tirB Aus. 10. 1912. Air. Icer-
icgle is a farmer and has resided in
this vicinity for some time. The hrif
is an adopted daughter of Mr. and
Airs. William AlcCully of this city.
Saturdav a business deal was com
pleted, whereby E. E. Thompson
bought the third tr.tereBt held by S. 3.
Bolton, in the Aledo Alarhine company.
Mr. Thompson's son. R B. Thompson,
will have charge of his fa' hers in
terests in the company. The other
members of the company are E. M.
Alilier and George Venable. and their
garage is located on East Fifth street.
Aliss Hattie Forsell and brother,
Edward, who have been visitlr.g at the
home of Airs. Ma3'n. r- turned to their
home in Altona Tuesday.
Mr CAr'.isle Carroil and two chil-
dren and Aliss Virginia Carroll of
I Chicago came Alonday to visit rela
l tives in this city. Airs. Carroll and
children will go to Gak-sburg to visit
her mother, Mrs. Lctrie Ott, before
T. L. Bal'.ey returned to Arlington's
Heights Alonday. afier spending Sun-
wuh his rai.i:
ills. W. H. Rcbfcruoa and daughter, j
Mrs. E. AI. Alilier, spent Saturday In
Kio with Airs. Robertson's sister, whu
Aliss Iura Moody left Saturday for
Rochester, Minn., to visit Airs. A. K.
D. A. Hehel left Saturday for a two
weeks' trip to points in Wisconsin.
Aliss Eva WaiiFing went to Quincy
Saturday to spend a few days.
-Mrs. B. A. Manning of Pacific Beach,
Cal., arrived in this city Saturday and
is the guest of her daughter, Airs.
Airs. A. H. Wood worth, who has been
spending the summer at the home of
heT parents, Air. and Airs. G. C. AIc
Intyre, returned to her home In Chica
Airs. Ella Hall and little Aliss Paul
ine Graham and Master Robert Grah
am went to Peoria Tuesday for a few
George Boyles left Tuesday for Eddy
county, S. D., t oattend to his harvest
ing. Taylor Ride
Mrs. Clyde Schneider visited Sun
day at the home of Alra. Fred Hart
man. Airs. Elizabeth Schneider and son
Clyde were Sunday guehtB at the home
of Will Carothers.
Mrs. Sherer is quite 111.
Owing to the fact that Rev. G. H.
Thorpe was called away aud was un-
How The Body Kills Germs.
. Vf"that Kl in,: l1'9 bv re jilled in tw way.-by the white corpu.cles
of the blood, and by a germ-hU.ur sulsunc, that is in the blood. Jut what this
.ubsUDce 15, we do not kw. The blood of a htalthy person away. i, some
germ-k.lling subttane. n .t to ward eff the .u.ck of disease. The fouutaio Ud
of Me the atoroech. A maa who has a v.2sk and impaired stomach and who
doe. not properly d.gc.l : b.a (ood will aooo Dad that h . blood h became weak
lad thrJ- "u. I J- h"Itl,y c.nt!1-t"'.o ti the system oa rich, red blood
and throw out the po.sor,, frorn the boUy, nothing in the past forty years has
sea. and Oreloa
quten s root with
; ,fU '.' i :
-r-. ' i.r...ther; . -l.l 'i
tH-a -v "-.".,
, ikii s;iTf,i r;;rii
- vaiuaUo ..W!,riM
. -UiTW. Uq, iiiiaacj, Lver
It s only natural
that Sclilitz should
he the home beer.
Sse that crown or cork
is branded "JScditz."
Theme West 14
Carse & Oiilweiler Co.
425-431 Eleventh St.,,
able to preach h'.-re Sunday, Kev. Thor
ton, who is working for the interest
of William and Vushti college deliver
ed a sermon in the At. E. church, the
subject being, "The Growth of tha
Rev. G. II. Thorpe left Alonday on
a business trip to Indiana.
George and Bernard Spiegel visited
Sunday at John Hofor's home.
P. Ij. AIcAIanus und family vlBited
Sunday ut. the home of William Mack.
Airs. Anna Hintermeister and
daughter Julia were Rock Island pas
Ow ing to the Methodist camp meet
ings, there will be no preaching ser
vices here for two Sundays.
Melody Becomes Malady.
That persons have very diverse Ideas
and tastes in music win exemplified
In an incident at a pupils vocal re
cital lately. A young woman was hav
ing quite a struggle with a song and
one wouinn in the audience said to ber
'Isn't that a beautiful melody'
The other ImiUed bored and said:
I "It sotindH more like a malady to
! me." S. Louis Post-Dlsputch.
Making Her Comfortable.
riost's Youngest Don't your shoes
feel very uncomfortable when you
walk. Mrs. Newryche? Airs New
rye he Deur me. what nn extraordi
nary question! Why do you nuk. rblid?
Youngster Oh. only 'con pa said th
other d;iy since you'd come Into your
money you'd got far too big for your
-weaicai umcovery, a pure
(without fcicohol), of bloodroot, golden
(jp.pc root, stone root, mandrake and
was a r.-.ftnr fr.m atAmach tront.V and
.ila ,"n Lila' "'at would form a
..V.'';--;", L "1 'i. a b, tl.eu
' J coiuineieiy curea Mm. n
no-v for two iw.' o.l T . .
f ,t Uu;,wA: of tVe bVU"
I'l. itr f P-.ii,..
- 'Cm-i.'-w ina invigorate
and boAt,, i'-coatcd, Uay firaaulce.