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THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS, FRIDAY, S'Kl'TEMliKlt 20, 1012.
arm of a telegraph pole In the court
BQuare. Th ahnriff rut It dnin Clnv.
Licensed to Wed Ludwlg E. Boett-1 ernor DonagaeT declared hU belief
ger and Mies Louise D. Thee of Dav-j that the negro wm innocent.
euporc, j ja .-1. rraoiaeeii una juibb
Marie S. Larson of Davenport.
tacking Miss Ella HardcarUe, a nurse. cd a director to fill the vacancy made ,
ine dummy figure vu found yeeter- by the election of Mr. O'Day as presi-
aay morning- hanging from the cross dent.
Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Retherford and
granddaughter. Miss Ferris Rether-
Orand Jury l Busy The grand Jury
wtU not report latur than Tuesday
next. For the past week the mem
bers of the Jury have been busily en
caged in hearing the evidence which
I Mrs. Harry Uriltcn and little eon
j William of Piano are visiting Mrs.
is connected with the dozen or more i Urilton's mother, Mrs. W. S. Butcher,
cases which have been brought before ; and other relatives,
the Jury this term. It 1b thought that j Mrs. T. L. Daniels of Alpha and her
lndlottnent will be returned against niece. Miss Elizabeth Lawson of Elk
each and every one of the bind overs, t ins, W. Va., came Saturday to spend a
Among the cases now before the j week with Mrs. Myrtle Bridgford and
Jury are thoee of Fred Clifton, charged - otter friends. MUs Lawson is a teaca
wlth murdering Mrs. Ellen Mudd and j er in the Elklni school, also a chau
that of Charles Williams, charged ; tauqua worker, her work being to en
with attempted murder of John Car- j tertain the children and direct their
l:n. Both are colored men. ; playground.
o i W. F. Primley of Lincoln, Neb., for-
8ue for I1.C0O An amendment and ' merly a resident of Mercer county, is
ford, spent Monday in Galesburg.
Mr. and Mrs. James Damrel of SV
attie. Wash., arrived in thi3 city M,s
day. They are traveling from Seattle
to New Tork in a rig drawn by a team
cf five wolves. They- will give a free
exhibition at the fair with their novel
team on the track In front of the an
Slips on Sidewalks Miss Florence ;
Day of 1518 Fifth avenue sprained her
ankle in a fall upon a sidewalk made
slippery by the rain of the afternoon,
while on her way home from high
school at 2:30 Wednesday. The acci-j
dent happened a short distance from
the echool building. She was taken to j
substitute petition on the part of the
plaintiff In the ruit of Punl K'.ammek
vs. Hans PfU.-rspn has been Cled in
the district court by Attorneys Ruy
mann & Ruyrnann. The plaintiff in
l is claim for the sum of $1,000 dam
ages for ix-rsonal Injuries, averts that
while in the employ of the defendant
lrr dlKglng a cistern, a bundle of shin
gles was blown off a roof a'ld struck
Mm on the head and nck. He claims
the Injury baa incapacitated him from
his ordinury dutj-.
Debs to 8peak Tonight Final ar
rangements have bwm made for the
big Debs rally at the Coliseum to
night. The Grr:ian Pinging society
will furnlnh the music aid John E.
Shank will net as chairman. Mr. Debs
will stop at the Hotel Davii port while
la the rtty sr.d In raw lie arrives
"on enough an effort will be made
to have him address the high school
atudeats. Mr. VfbB Is candidate for
preldfnt of the t'nit.-d States on tho
socialist ticket, and la) U expected
that he will bt greeted by a large
end representative audience on the
occasion of his address here.,
Deserter Captured Just after step
ping off an I. & I. lnteriirbaii Wed
nesday r.ipht about. 7 o'clock, Mastcn
.Tone, colored, and a deserter from
the V . S. army, was j. laced uri(l-r ar
reut by Detoctivu William Bishop.
Yesterday running Jones hd-nit'ed
thnt ln ns th" r'l t prrty and thit
he had t wn a deserter from the army
visiting friends and relatives in Aledo
Geotge O. Lundblad is making an
phltheatre each afternoon of the fai ' a nearby house and a physician was
Mr. Damrel has perfect control of his
team without the use of a line. They
are making this trans-continental trip
by wolf team on a wager and have
been four and one-half months on the
Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Walter of Os
ceola, Iowa, are visiting relatives here
Mrs. George Hall and children of
Evanston and MIbi Lei a Gerbricb of
Indlanola, Iowa, left Saturday after
making a visit at the home of Mrs.
Fred Stevens went to Orion Satur-
extended trip through Minnesota and frlendf w"nHam Hot
Rev.'T. S. Plttenger closed his fifth
S. G. Wittenmeier is visiting rela
tives in Trenton, Mo.
Miss Ferris Retherford of Osage,
Saskatchewan. Canada, has come to
spend the winter with her grandpar
ents, Mr. and Mrs. James Retherfcrd.
Mrs. Carl Sterner has gone to spend
a month with relatives and friends in
Mrs. b. Ulackstone and daughter,
Mibd Mildred of North Henderson, vis
ited Saturday and Sunday with Rev.
and Mrs. T. S. Plttenger and family.
Mr. and Mrs. Fisher of Armstrong,
H. C, Canada, are visiting relatives
and friends here.
year's work as pastor of the Methodist
church in this city Sunday, and at the
last quarterly conference held at the
church Tuesday evening of last week,
a resolution was offered and unani
mously adopted requesting the bishop
: and his cabinet to return Mr. Pltten
j gpr to the Aledo charge another year.
Haa Finaers Mashed. C. G." Alsene
had two fingers of his right hand bad
ly smashed as result of an accident
while engaged in putting coal into his
cellar at 1409 Twelfth street, late
Wednesday afternoon. He was remov
ing the coal from the bottom of a
chute In the bin, when he accidentally
got his fingers caught between two j
large chunks of the coal. One finger
was so severely crushed that amputa
tion was necessary . He was cared for I
by a physician.
Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Spence and daugh
ter. Miss Inez, spent Monday in Rock
Miss Florence of Dakota City, Nob.,
sre visiting Mrs. Zentmire's mother,
Mre. Mary Gorman, and other relatives.
Justice George A. Cooke and family
were Rock Island visitors Saturday.
Mrs. Mary Derr returned Monday
from Joy, where she had spent sev
eral days with MIbs Ellen Downing.
John M. Lwk has gone to Mineral
Ridge, Ohio, where he will visit his
' id home, which he has not seen for
about thirty years. He will attend the
yj ;r.gdtown fair this week, where he
t-xic's to meet many old friends.
George Paul Diiviton was born at
Aledo July 2, IS'jH, and died in Aledo
.Sept S, 112. He united with the Peu-
representative of the Cartercar corn-
representative of the Cartecar com
pany of Chicago, received a severe ;
scalp wound as result of a fall on the j
pavement near the Rock Island sta
tion in this city Wednesday evening. !
In stepping off of the 8:25 train he ;
either slipped or stumbled on one of
the rails w)iich he had to cross before :
reaching the depot platform. He be
came dazed from the fall, and after .
walking a short distance, suddenly I
fainted and fell to the pavement,
striking on the back of his head. Pas
sersby in an automobile picked him ;
up and conveyed him to the office of 1
a phyBician, where it was found that :
a deep gash had been cut in the back
of the man's head. No injury to the '
skull resulted and he was taken to a i
room at the Manufacturers hotel.
Contract Let for New Inn. Contract ,
for the new inn at Campbell's island i
was awarded yesterday to Walter
Aram of this city by officials of tho ,
Tri-City Railway company. The co?t
cf the hostelrv will he 2ri.0fl0. As "
Airs. v. A. Uaiuwin of Monmouth. I .. . :
who has been spending a few days j .torv structure' with rround dimen
sions of 71x133 feet. It is to be locat-
Charles Coldasure went to Zenith
Saturlay to spend a few days with rel
atives. Mr and Mrs. Walter Hud unn of Tnv
Mrs. Mary Zentmire and daughter. , w.ro ,be gue8ta of the)r d,ughtePi Um
Charles Rush, Saturday.
The Misses Bessie L. Mathews and
Mollie Mathews, who have been visit
ing Miss Adelaide McKiney, left Sat
urday for their home in Monmouth.
OIlie Glancey went to Mount Pleas
ant, Iowa, Saturday for a short visit
with l.ib cousin, G. M.Ils.
with her son and wife, Mr. and Mrs.
C. L. Baldwin returned to her home
U 1 Presi)Vteriau h,irih aliuur five
Atipuet 17. He was a B r. it. h. r.ii....,
Member of Troop M. Rationed at Ft. i for BUler8 anJ tnree brotUerg to
nu.i, iroin wtuci piaev IeJj:ouru
ui'(nfG. joues eui.HT.n iit Piiducat).
Ky.. and rlplins bis home Is In Ten
nerseo. H woe turned over to the
povcrnmeutomciaJs on the arsenal.
Kindergarten to Open- -Tho Friend
ly House ktnlernurten m open next
Monday. l'ti1ini the coinpItion of
the nuintrousi iniproveniens In the old
luus Grth hall pnperty, now own
d by the Friendly house, uudr the
clirtx-liou of SuiH.rititeuciont Hurry K.
Jiowuer, the kUderKiu-ten wui l,e
clonutctd by the shool bjard in the
JcfTi bon school bulltiing ut tiiiih and
Warren mrnels. The clanm will be
In charge of Miss Gle-n itovan. F'or a
liutnber of -ar klndergartnn was
conducted in this room by Mls Fanny
Frunze, bul of late she ha aban
3o:ied the undertaking.
hie death. The funeral sc-r-
, vices weie held in the Joy Preabyter
lian church at 2 p. m. Tuesday, Sept.
In, and were conducted by Rev. G. D.
Adamson. Interment was in Penlel
Mr. Rickey of Chicago Is vifaltine
l:'s Blste, Mrs. J. M. Harney.
! Miss Ethel Fehron of Cambridge
came Saturday to spend a few days
l with Mr .and Mrs. J. M. Crosom.
I Mrs. A. L. Sterner and Mrs. H. E.
I Maxwell spent Monday in Rock Is-
j The Misses Ella and Clara Small,
'who came to attend the funeral of
'their aunt. Mrs. Nellie McFatJand, re
turned to their home in Galesburg Mon-dpy.
The following officers were elected
for the coining year at a business meet-
i en on tne rier front Between the mon-:
a.uraay. ne was accompan-ed home un)ent aRj ,he batWn(f hea(.h and ln
jby Mrs. Baldwin. j r.irh .poslilon as to command a view
j Mrs. James Iloylan and son Harry j of both shores of the island. The spot
jhave gone to Champaign to visit rela- is one of the most picturesque on tV
i lives. : Inland and Is surrounded by an abund-
T. M. Lemon and guests. Mr. and ance of shade trees The Trl-Cltv
Railway company has announced its
Mrs Charles Fowler of Cron'.on-on-Hudson,
spent Friday in Rock Island.
Miss Rachel Zimmerman spent Sun
day with home folks in New Boston.
Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Crawford were
in Rock Island on business Monday
intention to extend the tracks of the
i interurban across the island for the
j convenience of the hotel patrons.
H. G. Peterson of North Henderson ! f ral weeks here with his mother, left
ii-K of the People's Telephone coiu-
Hjnj .Governor In Effigy. r"n': Patrick O'Day was elected pres-
I.lttle Hoik. Ark., Sej.t. 20. Govern-' ient ; W. J. Graham was made vie
or C-re W Donafhvy wp.s hanged j rreiideut. and Erall A. Anderson was
.n e!Vy here ymtlerday for p.-.rdoning ; reelected lecretary and treasurer. .
Hfbert Arms-ronx. a negro twice coo-: U. Cole was elected director to serve
l ined i.nd i-e-JeKceu to hang for at.-, three yeais, and J. A. Weils waa elect-
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vlisted Sunday with friends.
Mies Mabel Field spent Sunday with
her parents in Joy.
J. P. Ne6bitt was a business visitor
in Galva Monday.
J. W. KlsUer of Duncan township
exhibited his Shropshire sheep at the
Kewanee fair last week. Mr. Kistler
made seven entries and received seven
Mies Grace Reed of Honeywell, Mo.,
has ccme to attend the fair and visit
her cousin, Mies Ruth Harney.
Mrs. Mary Downey of Omaha, Neb.,
came Tuesday to visit with Mr. and
Mrs. Scott Hunt.
Mrs. Lena Balmer and daughter,
Miss Minnie, spent Tuesday ln Gales
burg. Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Smith, who have
been spending a week her with Mrs.
Mark Cannum and other relatives, left
Tuesday for their home In Madison,
Perry Wilson visited his daughter,
Mrs. F. C. Cox, in MathersviUe, Sun
day. Mrs. J. D. Peters and daughter. Mlsa
Saturday for Lima, Ohio.
The Misses Grace and Pearl McKee
Mt Monday for Mt. Pleasant, Iowa,
where they will attend Iowa Wesleyan
college this year.
Miss Irene Sandberg left Tuesday
for Jacksonvlle. 111., where fhe will at
tend college this year. She was ac
companied by her aunt, Miss Sue
111 1 ttl
to Light for
5 Minutes Becomes
This is not our state
ment? but the deliberate
opinion of one of the
most renowned scientists
in the world. Read the
"We have tested beers repeatedly,
placing the bottles in the direct
sunlight, and testing the same after
one, two, three and five minutes
exposure, found that the beer with
three and five minutes exposure
became undrinkable on account of
the peculiar odor developed. The
detrimental effect of light upon
beer can be successfully counter
acted by the employment of brown
or dark colored glass bottles, and
such bottles are, therefore, recom
mendable. " Wahl-Henius Insti
tute of Fermentology.
It is not enough that beer be brewed
pure, it must be kept pure.
Many Americans prefer beer in a
light bottle. Most brewers follow the
course of least resistance.
Light starts decay even in pure beer.
Dark glass gives the best protection
against light. Schlitz is sold in Brown
Bottles to protect its purity from the
brewery to your glass.
See that croivn cr cork
is branded "Schlitz."
Phono West 14
Carse & Ohlweiler Co.
425-431 Eleventh St.
Hev. George Cady left Tuesday for
Normal to attend the annual M. E.
Miss Lei a Ausbrook and Fern Mitch-
YOUR GRAY HIS
Pernice, spent Saturday in Galesbure.
n nM-Bhv0 McFV andhweDt.t0 Von; A Harmless Remedy, Made
n oirth Monday, where she will attend "
Monmouth college. from GardeVi Sagei Restores
Mrs. Frank Burton and two children n . ...
went to Canton Monday to make a LOlOr lO Uray Hairt ;
fhort visit with her parents, Mr. and -
Mrs. R. T. Mclntyre. . h j .
About carloads of ilve stock. AljZf
race horses and general exhibits for unfortunately are lookllupon! as herald.
me jitrcer coumy rair nave arrived.
Mrs. James H. Bjorkman left Mon
day for Fort Btookton, Texas, where
she will spend a month with her par
rnu. Mr. and Mrs. George Hawks.
. M. Harbaugh of Colorado Springs,
of advancing age. Gray hair, however
handsome it may be, makes a person
look old. We all know the advantages
cf being young. Aside from tha good
impression a vouthful aorjearance m&kea
on others, simply knowing that you are
""".B Kivci una wiuaica LLI
"ol.. who has been visiting here with undertake and accomplish things. -So
.Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Caldwell, left Tues-: 'by suffer the handicap of looking old
day for Boston, Mass., where he will cn account of gray hairs, when a simple
auend school remedy will give your hair youthful
Mr end ir. r a An-n r l0 -nd beauty in a few days' timet
r.ri LIZ f; Andersn ad ,on Most people know that common gar
Carl of Fonda, Iowa, came Tuesday to den sage acta as a color restorer and
visit Mr. Anderson father, A. J. An- scalp tonic as welL Our grandmothers
derson. tttsei a "Sage Tea" for keeping their
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Green and ! ha,r J??1 't and luxuriant. In
diushter. Lenola of Atkinson, are rto- It?? ShnT, Remedy
it ro. c . ii t .1. 1 have an ideal preparation of Sage,
It-cg Mr. and Mrs. Scott Hunt this . combined witli SulphuVand other Talual
eek- bl remedies for dandruff, itching scalp
Mrs. XV. R. Winbigler went to Mon- and thin, weak hair that is split at the
mouth Tuesday for a short visit with , ecof.r constantly coming out. A few
relatives applications' of this valuable remedy
Mr. Mark Canntnn .peat Monday ,n j
Gaiesburg with Mr. Cannum. who is ; druff and g-eaUy improve d I growth
in the hospital there. j and appearance of the hair.
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Swank of Gal- j . G1. fifty cent bottle from yocr
va came Tuesday to visit their daagh- crasewt today, and notice the different
ter, Mra Fred Egbert, and attend the!" I aftr. a ',1? 7' treat-
fair, i"1"1- uruggisw aeii , unaerguar-
T. S. Bailey came from Arlington
Heights and spent Sunday with h
Dr. W. N. Boyer, who aaa spent aer-J macy, 19th St. and 2nd Ave.
antee that the money will be refunded if
ui rcmeoy is not exactly aa represented.
Special ageata. Harper House phar-
ell spent Sunday in Moline with Mias
Harry Nicholson of Port Byron wa3
a business caller here yesterday.
Miss Fearl Rose spent Sunday
wit.h Watertown relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. O. Alexander and
daughter. Hazel, spent Sunday in
Moline with the parents of the former.
David Malankey and son, John, who
have been visiting among relatives
for some time, visited his uncle, Wil
liam Filbert, Sr., Monday, before
leaving for their home. David will
visit several points in California and
John will go to his home in Ohio.
Mrs. John Casper of Davenport was
a Watertown visitor Saturday.
Miss Helen Cosmer hi home for a
few weeks' vacation.
Nellie Keene Is attending parochial
school in Last Moline.
Mrs. Otto Peterson returned today
from her parents' home ln Port By
ron, after a few days' visit.
The Misses Gussio, Emma 'nd
Maude Swansea spent Saturday i;i
Davenport with their sister, Mrs. Mc
Gllvary. Walter Claiipr returned Sunday
from a two weeks' visit at Marseilles.
William Grant has resigned his posi
tion at the hospital and will open a
grocery 6tore In South Moline.
The Baptist Aid society will hold
a bakery sale Saturday at the Pear
sail grocery store.
Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Trout and chil
dren left for their home in Galesburg,
after a few days' visit with relatives.
Miss Ruth Robinson is spending a
two weeks' vacation with her par
ents at McLalnsborough, 111.
Mrs. Delos Metcalf will return to
Watertown Wednesday from the Tri
City Sanatorium, where she has been
for bbree weeks. She is recovering
Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Cox leave soon
for ari extended visit with relatives
ln this state. The first of December
they will leave to spend the winter
Mrs. D. T. Allsbrou and Mrs. Wil
liam Filbert were visitors Monday at
Port Byron at the Pearsall home.
Charles Mabry called cn friends
here cn his way to points in Ohio
to enjoy a few weeks' vacation.
Bert Cook of Hampton moved his
family into the house lately purchased
from Louis Miller.
.MrsKing of Chicago returned home
Monday, after visiting her friend, Mrs.
Miss Corlnne Baldwin of Aledo vis
ited Sunday with her friend. Miss
Jesse Cooper and Clair Close are
making a showing of heir Hampshire
and Berkshire hogs at the fair this
- Riley Halstead arrived home Satur;
day from Iowa, where he had been
visiting his brothers, Ben and Pren
tice. Miss Bessie Cooper returned to Ma
comb Saturday to aguin take up her
work as critic teacher in the state
Mrs. Bfn Halstead of West Liberty,
Iowa, carne Tuesday to visit at tho
home of A. Kendal and attend the fair.
Mrs. Ellen Morrow is visiting at the
hon.e of her granddaughter, Mia. Dicey
Murclock of Pettrsvllle.
Clara Baker has returned home af
ter vttilting e few weeks with friends
at Atafcbea. Iowa.
Miss Isabel Franer of Omaha, Neb.,
is visiting with relatives and friends
Mrs. Sully Ellsworth and children
of Atallssa, Iowa, are here visiting her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Martin,
and other relatives.
The Modsrn Practioa.
The yoimjrer Pliny tells us thnt th
Roman lawyer. Itetrnlus. bad a habit
of paintiug round hi right eye if be
was counsel for the plnlntirf, bis left
eye If be was for the defendnnt. Ia
coir times If a lawyer is painted around
bis rlirht eye It nitons that a witness
ou the other sl'.le lias met him since
court adjourned. If both eye ar
blucked It dignities I fiat he saluted hlru
twice instead of once. That'r all.
Los AiiKclcs Express.
'So you are a bill collector.'
"Yes. Here is ore"
"Keep It. iuy boy, keep It. You seem
to have n nice collection there. Far bo
it from m to break It up." Philadel
Don't waste your money buying plas
ters when von can icet a bottlo of
! Chamberlain's Liniment for twenty-five
cunts. A piece of flannel dampened
with this liniment Is superior to any
! plaster for lame back, pains iu the
tile and chest, and much cheaper.
Sold by all druggists.
25-CENI, "BA1EHE" FOR FALLING
HAIR AND DANDRUFF -GROWS HAIR
Don't Pay Vo Cents for Worthless Hair Tonics Use Old, Ee-
liible. Harmless "Danderine" Get Results
All the newa all the time The
hair Is mute evidVnce of a neglected
scalp; of dandruff 1 that awful scurf.
There is nothln so destructive to
hair as dandruff. L robs the hair of
Its lustre, its strenViu and ita very
life; eventually proJlcing a teverlah
ness and itching of thetscalp, which it
not remedied causes thl hair roots to
shrink, loosen and die-lthen the hair
tails out fast.
A little Danderine tcA ight now-
anytime will surely sav4 your hair.
Thin, brittle, colorless bnd scraggy
Get a 25 cent bottle of Knowlton'i
Danderine from any drug store or toil
et counter, and after the first applica
tion you will say it was the best invest?
ment you ever made. Your hair will
Immediately take on that life, lustre
and luxuriance which is so beautiful,
it will become wavy and fluffy and have
the appearance of abundance; an ln
ctmparible gloss and softness, but
what will please you most win be after
Just a few weeks' use, when you will
actually see a lot of fine, downy hair
new hair growing all over the scalp.