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THE KOCK ISLAND ARGUS, .MONDAY, SEPTErBEH 30, 1912.
GEE! SUCH GIDDY GOSSAMER GOWNS!
Fail to Fill Ticket. After much la
bor end time expended In the effort to
compete the ticket for the fall elec
tion, the republican Saturday failed
to supply the voters with a full ticket.
At the convention of the delegates
nomination were made for vacancies
which were either created by resigna
tions or by failure of the party to nom
inate at the primary. Louts Wiese,
nominated for the oflce of treasurer,
has signally refused to accept. "I ten
dered my decision to the republican
party in a letter." said Mr. Wiese, "and
I intend to abide by that decision. It
is a wild goose chase, and I can't see
where I have the time or the money
to make the run." Charles Like, to
wfcom the nomination for county re
corder was made and who at first de
clined, has at last decided to take the
chance. His nomination for the sec
ond time Induced 'him to accept.
Hurts Self to Dodge Work. In order
to have a warm place to spend the
winter and to avoid work, as claimed
by the police. John Nuehse. one of the
regular patrons at the police station,
was taken to St John's hospital Sat
urday suffering with an Injury to hla
shoulder. The police rlafm that 'for
some time NuebBe has been avoiding
all things that had any relation to
manual labor and that he Las been on
a continuous drunk for several days.
He was only recently released from
the county Jail, where he served time
for intoxication. It Is alleged that
this time he discovered a new method
to pet Into the hospital. While walk
ing near Second nnd Warren streets
he slipped and Ml and Injured his
shoulder. He was removed to the hos
pital In the patrol.
Girl Is Thief. TWause she opened
an envelope which had been given her
to ranll, Cerli Stout, a servant girl
aged 13 years. In now held by the Ju
venile authorities on a charge of lar
ceny. The girl, after opening the en
velope, which had been Intrusted to
her car by Mrs. George Sdiaefer of
McClellan Heights, took a $1 bill and
then threw the envelope away. She
was latr arrested and taken to the
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Marie Tempest, the actress, on arriving in the United States recently,
professed to be shocked by the light, thin, filmy, diaphanous material which
she saw In American women's gowns.
Sunstroke Fatal. As the result of a
sunstroke tufTen-d three weeks ego
Thursday, Frederick Wlese, aged 9
Veara rtBB1 anov W , V. i a lmri .
on the rtlca Kidge road. Deceased ' 8,,rviv0r8 Bre the widow' 0ne daun
chairs and baby can-lags, which he
conducted until 15 years ago. He then
moved to the farm on rtlca Ridge
read, where he had since resided. The
pany of Orion will leave here Tuesday,
Oct. 2, for southern and western Illi
nois, Indiana and Ohio, giving con
certs six 'nights out of each week.
was born In Hriioenbiirg, Germany,
Nov. 23, 1M2. coming to America Dec.
2. 1SS2. where he was married May 6.
1SS3. to Miss Helen Koch. Shortly af
ter his marriage he opened a factory
on Wt Fourth street for manklng fancy
ter. Mrs. Helen Roth of Bettendorf, ' They will return home the latter part
' Hii:i!':v n"" ;:::!r ;i,
and two sons, Max and Harry Wiese.
Recovers Consciousness. Word re
ceived from Valentine. Neb., states
Helmuth Stoltenberg, who was so se
verely injured at the time Paul Sher
wood was killed, has after a protract
ed siege regained consciousness. The
lad. however, is unable to give an ac
count of the accident and has no rec
ollection whatever as to how it hap
pened. Mexican Stabbed. Ben Affandoff, a
Mexican, was set upon and stabbed by
two uuknown assailants at the rear of
21C Iowa street at about 9 o'clock Sat
urday night. The two men who at- j
tacked Affandoff escaped. The man!
was taken to the police station, where 1
his injuries, which consist of a stiletto j
wound under the right arm and bruises
about the body, were dressed. The af
fair is thought to have been an at
Obituary Record. After ailing for
several weeks, Paul Vincent Toher,
aged 33 years, passed aw ay Friday even
ing at his home. S14 Brady street. He
was born June 24, 1879, in Davenport.
For the past 12 years he had been
Identified with the Adams Express
More Money Deposited. Mollne
graded school pupils deposited more
money Saturday In the Moline Trust
& Savings bank than for any other
weekly period since schools reopened
early in September. The sum total for
the week was $103.15.
Barrymore Leased. Mollne is to
have a "white house." This Is the
name which will be applied to the
Barrymore theatre cn Third avenue
after next Saturday night, when it is
to present an altogether new and most
attractive appearance and to be re
opened as a high class moving nocture
house. Thomas P. Keyes, prominent
theatrical man of Chicago, Is in the
city and he is responsible for the met
ropolitan plan which is to govern the
local playhouse during the coming sea
son. Mr. Keyes. who is owner 01 tne
White House theatre in Chicago, has
sub-leased the Barrymore from Harry
Vote on City Hall Site. Two thous
and ballots were placed In various
stores of the city this morning by a
committee representing: the Retail
Merchants' association as an aid in se
curing an expression of the people on
choice of a city hall site. In each store
In which ballots may be voted there
will be a ballot box. Voting was to
have closed at 6 Saturday evening, but
the store-voting plan has necessitated
a postponement. Votes under the new
ruling may be cast up to 6 p. m. Sat
urday, Oct. 5. Bids for the new city
hall are to be opened by the city com
mission on Oct. 11.
Adopts Finger Print Plan. In a neat
little case received by the Moline
Trust & Savings bank Is a practical
outfit to be used In the finger print
identification of bank patrons when
necessity arises. The Moline Trust
will be the flr6t bank in the city to
adopt this scientitlc plan.
Save by Kindergarten Plan. There
are 174 names listed in the new 1912
13 directory of the Moline public
schools. This number Is eight greater
than that for the preceding year, ex
plained by the addition during the
year of three members to the board of
education, appointment of Mrs. Carrie
O'Connor as truant officer, the addition
of one special supervisor and members
of the high school and manual arts
faculty and three kindergarten cadets.
It is estimated that the district is be-
Piazza of Hotel LNInwatoo, Keeley I as tl rut.
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Fireproof. Equipped with every modern con
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Result of "The Keeley Cure'
The effect of the Keeley remedies Is to
' absolutely destroy the craving and appe
tite for drink. The man who takes the
Keeley treatment is no longer called on to
fight an appetite. The desire and neces
sity for alcohol is gone. i
And the cure lasts Hear what men
6ay who have been saved:
"This Is the twentieth anniversary of my
reincarnation and release from the bondage
of the Demon Rom. Completely cured tbe
occursed appetite never to return."
"I took the cure twelve years ago Drink
Is no longer any temptation to me.
"This Is the eighteenth anniversary o( my
fracuation at Dwight. No matter what rises
never think of whiskey."
"Words cannot express what I feel In my
soul for tbe God-given saving institute at
Dwight. 111. I haven't the least desire tor
drink any more than if I had never tasted
We have many, many thousands of let
ters like the above.
Is -'a. ISisease
MLB H .HBMHBHanaHHD '
and We Can Cure It
It was at Dwight, Illinois, that Dr. Leslie E. Keeley
made his famous declaration t " Drunkenness is
disease, and I can cure it." l startled tbe world,
tfnd aroused the Incredulity ot millions. BUT IT
- WAS TRUE! And it brought new hope and new life
to thousands of despairing souls sad suffering homes.
400,000 Men Saved From Drink Disease
Since that memorable day thirty-two years ago 400,000 men
have won the victory over liquor through the Keeley treatment.
And thousands more are daily breaking their chains and
"getting a fresh, clean start."
Dr. Keeley proved, conclusively, tint drunkenness Is a disease
caused by constant use oi alcohol, wherein "the nerve cells have
become so accustomed to performing '.heir duties and functions
under the influence of alcohol that they are dependent on it and
will no longer perform those duties and functions properly and
painlessly except when under its influence."
We also cure Opium, Morphine and other drug addictions.
The drag is withdrawn gradually and there is no shock, col
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envelope on request.
The Famous "Keeley Cure"
The Keeley treatment known the workl around as "The
Keeley Cure is simply the application of reconstructive nerve
tonics which restore the nerve cells to their normal, natural
The treatment produces no sickness or nausea. It demands
no restriction or confinement of patients. It has absolutely no
Home Remedies are prepared and sold by us for the cure of
the Tobacco Habit and many forms of nervous troubles. Send
for printed matter today.
We have a Chicago office, Suite 906 Rector Building, 79 W.
Monroe Street, where arrangements may be made.
THE LESLIE E. KEELEY CO.
enlng. Funeral services were held in
the home of his son, Howard Griffin,
2G04 Twelfth avenue, at 2:30 Sunday
afternoon. Albert Griffin was 72 years
of age. He came to this city in 1S52,
living here till 1858, when he settled on
a farm in Mercer county. From the
farm he went to Florida for a time,
then returning to this state and locat
ing in Batavia. He was a carpenter
by trade, and a Mason in good stand
ing at the time of his death. He leaves
his widow, five sons and two daugh
ters. The 60ns are Howard of Mo
llne, Harry of Silvis, Edward and Ches
ter of Batavia, and Albert, In Florida.
The daughters are Emma Wright of
Texas, who is now In Moline, and
Alice, at home in Batavia.
Frances, 6-months-old daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Grover Fermen, died Sat
urday morning In the home at East
Moline. The baby was seized wlt,h
whooping cough six weeks ago and
spinal meningitis latsr was contracted.
of December for a three weeks' vaca
tion, expecting to resume their con- '"5 avea 01 Dy aaoption
or tne ues Aicines pian in Kinaergar-
cert work again the 10th of January,
remaining away until May.
Thursday the members of the Luth
eran church of Orion gathered togeth
er with well filled baskets and in
automobiles drove to the home of Mr.
and Mrs. O. C. Peterson, an aged
couple, living two add one-half miles
wefat of town, and pleasantly surpris
ed them. The occasion being their
50th anniversary. At 12 o'clock din
ner was served. All present, enjoyed
a very pleasant time. Before leaving
the friends presented Mr. and Mrs.
ten teaching. The services of an as
sistant director are done away with
in all but three of the larger build
ings, places being filled by young wo
men who are taking the training course
under supervision of Miss Nellie M.
Peterson with a pur6e containing $100. ! the cjty hospital
Miss Mary Humphreys of Keiths
turg spent Thursday here at the home
of her aunt, Mrs. Spongier.
A goodly company gathered at the
MethodiBt church Friday evening to
attend the farewell reception given to
Rev. T. S. Plttenger and family, who
will shortly leave for their new home
in Macomb. The following program
vas rendered: Music by the orches
tra; vocal duet, Misses Olive Match
neer and Vira Pittenger; reading,
Miss Gladys McKee; vocal solo. Miss
Thti. srd Tisa Anna !
' f . ' , isters of the city, Rev. A. E. Moody;
Willits, Bernlce Eakman and Marie
Morrison went to Keithsburg Wednes
day and attended a birthday surprize
ptrty on Harry and Earl Dodson.
Mrs. J. W. Ramsey and son, who
have been visiting her parents, Mr.
r.nd Mjjb. Horace Bigelow, left Wednes
day for their home in Jonesboro, Ark.
Edward Dool of Calexlco, Cat., is
visiting with Mr. and Mrs. Ray Dool
and other relatives here.
Miss Maud Raymond of Chicago,
who is a Y. W. C. A. secretary, came
the first of the week to look after the
Interests of the Y. W. C. A. at William
and Vashti college.
William Jones died at the Mercer
county home Thursday morning. Mr.
Jones was 90 years old and had been
an inmate of the home for 10 years.
Funeral services were held in Viola
Friday afternoon at 2 o'clock.
A. M. Barron, district engineer and
field manager for the Northern Light
and Power company of Illinois, has es
tablished his offices here just west of
tbe electric light and power station.
Mrs. J. B. Robins, who has been vis
iting here with her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. O. P. Willits. left Thursday for
her home In Peoria.
Miss Esther Dool of Calexlco, Cal.,
who is visiting here, left Thursday for
Hancock, Iowa, to attend the funeral
of her uncle, ThomaB Dool.
Mr. and Mrs. C. Brown and two
Second avenue opposite court
Enter any Monday.
Classes Monday, Wednesday
and Friday evenings, 7 to 9
Day school every day, all day,
enter any time.
PHONE WEST 1974. ,
Viola with Mr. and Mrs.
K. M. Saun-'
i SUNNY HILL
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Bailey entertained
a company of friends Wednesday In
honor of their son, A. C. Bailey, and
granddaughters ' left Thursday for ife- ho ,e Thursday for Pittsburgh.
Nurses to Graduate. The gradua
tion exercises of the Moline city hos-!
pital training schobl will be held Wed
nesday evening, Oct. 16, at the Second
Congregational church. Three young
ladies have completed their course at
flirs. v uunam was cai.ea to Jensen of Braham, Minn., Miss Clara
Minook on account of the serious ill- fi., vocal 8ol' Ml8S ollv Matchneer;
ness of her husband.
Rabe of Chicago, and Miss AnnaArndt
of Erie. 111. Miss Marv C. Wheeler.
Mrs. Aronson, who died at her home j Eecretary and treasurer to the Illinois
north of town Tuesday from periton- stat- board of P)tainin(,rfl for nurses.
will make the address of the evening.
itis, was burled from the Lutheran
church Thursday afternoon. Rev. Ot-
ll6UU Vl coimuctea ice iu-j CaI, New Co,ored preacher. Rev.
neral ceremony in the absence of Rev. A Rnvd of iwnw til hn wH m,.
Brodine. Mrs. Aronson was the daugh- j merly of tn,8 clty h'as been ca,Ied t0
v.. r. lanson 01 : ..,1. n ,w .s, , est do..i.
I e v e y n 1 l tut? j a qui o
ter of Mr. and Mrs,
Orion. Besides the
for Every Baking
BAKING P OWC lift
Best because it's the
furtst. Best because
it never fails. Best
because it makes every
bakinglight, fluffy and
evenly raised. Best
because it is moder
ate in cost highest in
At your grocers.
leaves three little children two daugh
ters and a son.
; Mrs. W. H. Rohrbach and Mrs. M.
; company. In the capacity of cashier in ; rweel 15i,pQ inenas in Monue.
'. the local office. The sorvivors are the Sidney Conover left Tuesday for
1 widow, Mrs. Lena Toher; the mother. ! Madison, Wis., where he will enter the
! Mrs. Mary Toher. and two children. ! Stat Cnlversity of Wisconsin .
( t n ..... . ji.j 1 . 1 Mrs Martin Pnrpni nf Sv-amnf !
vaults L.imrr ciurius uiru uiic r lt t - - - i . a
day evening at a local hospital after an ! visitin8 with Dr. and Mrs. H. H. Long
illness of several weeks, typhoid fever j and other Orion friends,
and other complications being the MIss Anna Larson returned Sunday
cause of death. Deceased was born irom an extended visit in Minnesota.
April 7. 1887, in La Crosse, Wis. Nine Mr8 A- R- Lundln Is enjoying a visit
years ago h came to Davenport and 1 from ner brother, Paul Manpin of
husband, she A. M. E. cnurch.
Obituary Record. The remains of
Albert Griffin, former Moline resident,
I whose death occurred Thursday in Ba
jtavia, arrived in this city Saturday ev-
piano solo. Miss Jessie Stein. Profes
sor Woodmansee then with a few ap
propriate remarks in behalf of the
congregation, presented an easy chair
to Mr. Pittenger and a dozen solid sil
ver spoons to Mrs. Pittenger, as a
slight token of their love and respect.
Mr. Pittenger responded In his usual
pleasant manner. Music by the or
chestra. Mr. and Mrs. William Braucht left
Thursday for their home In Whittier,
Cal., after a-few weeks' visit with Mr.
Braucht's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. C.
Braucht and other relatives.
Dr. Paul H. Ramsey, who has been
had since resided la this city.
WastsT Para Foa4 Ex-
ssbaa, Ctucaaa, UL
Pari ExBBsitiaa, FrasBOa,
Rev. Henry Brink of the M. E.
church has been returned to Orion for
another year, much to the delight of
h'.s many friends. Rev. Brink has
been In Orion for two years and is very
popular in the community.
Word was received from Mrs. Bro
dine. who underwent an operation at
the August&na hospital in Chicago for
gallstones, that although the opera
tion was very serious, the patient is
getting along nicely, and there is no
doubt of a complete recovery.
Mrs. Arthur Chase and Mrs. Ray Mc
Donald, who underwent operations at
I the hospital in Galesburg, are improv
Miss Stella Wayne is visiting; In
J. S. Peterson and H. V. Conover j
sr. attending the bankers' convention I
In Peoria. i
Mrs. T. C. Williams of Cambridce it !
i visiting friends in Orion. i
Tie Sireed Family Concert corn-
Carl Peterson and brother Will were
on the train that was wrecked on the
Rock Island near Milan Friday even
ing. The boys were fortunate in get
ting off with minor bruises.
Mrs. C. H. Schneider and children
are visiting relatives. In Galesburg.
The friends of Miss Mae Johasra
were pleasantly surprised Thursday
evening when Mr. and Mrs. August
Johnson made known the engagement
of their daughter to Carl B. FredelL
There Is a man whom my husband
employs who openly shows a tendency
toward low places and who is noted
for his dark deeds. -
"Why. then, does your husband em
"To put coal In our cellar."' Balti
There is only ooe way to get ready
for Immortality, and that is to love
this life sod live It as bravely and
rbeerfnlly and faithfully as we can.
news all the time The
With Far Less
There's no need
for the boiling,
the strenuous rubbing.
tbe bachache and
blister of washday.
their homes in Milford, Iowa, after
making- a short visit with Mr. and
Mrs. Thomas Hart man.
Miss Edna Merryman spent Thurs
day in Galesburg.
Mrs. C. R. Cross and daughter, Mar
garet, went to Monmouth Wednesday
to spend a few days with friends.
Mrs. Charles Craves went to New
Windsor Wednesday to spend a few
days with her daughter, Mrs. Frank
The Brush-McWilliams Land com
pany of Mlnot, N. D., were so well
pleased with the fair that they have
made arrangements for bringing a
larger exhibit from the Mi not country
The heads of the three principal de
partments of the fair have given the
following schedule of receipts for tbe
Attendance Wednesday, 3,153;
Thursday, 12,255; Friday, 4,633; total,
Total gate receipts, $0,776 05; grand
stand Wednesday. $113.50; grand
making an extended visit here with etand Thursday, $575.25; received
his parents, Mr. and Mrs. James' Ram-i lrom backs, $75; total treasurer's re-
sey, left Tuesaay ror nis Dome in
The Henderson Grocery company
offered four prizes at tbe fair for
bread baked from Medella flour, which
were awarded as follows: first, Mrs.
J. W. Parkinson, Aledo; second, Mrs.
A. J. Amlong, Aledo; third, Mrs. John
A. G. Bridgeford, E. R. Petrie and
A. J. Wells attended the State Bank
ers' association at Peoria the first of
Mr. and Mrs. K. Zentmire and
daughter, Florence, of Dakota City,
Neb, left Thursday for their home,
after spending a few weks here with
their parents and other relatives.
Word was received here Thursday
of the death of Thomas Dool at Han-
ccck, Iowa, which occurred Wednes
day. Mr. Dool was 85 years of age and
islted here with bis sister, Mrs. Mar
garet Todd, last spring.
Mrs. J. V. Smith went to Keithsburg
Thursday to spend a few days with
her daughter, Mrs. Conn.
Mr. and Mrs. K. M. Duncan and
daughter returned to their home In
Erowning, Mo., Wednesday after a
week's visit here at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. W. TJ. Emerson.
Mrs. William Parkinson went to
New Windsor Wednesday to visit her
daughter, Mrs. R. W. Brooks.
Mr. and Mrs. S. Dixon o.' New Bos
ton spent Thursday at the home of
Mrs. M. E. Warner.
The Misses Mattie Eakman. Mamie
Simpson. Blanch McCormick, May
celpts, $7,539.80; secretary's receipts,
$1,251; superintendent's receipts, $2,
386.13; total receipts 1912 fair, $11,
176.93. C. A. Heston left Wednesday for his
borne In Wood burn, Iowa, after making
a short visit here with Mr. and Mrs.
B. F. Cullison.
C. G. Mclntyre, A. G. Bridgford and
K. M. Whltham attended the good
roads committee conference which
was held in Peoria this week.
Mrs. George Gilksple and Mrs. Rob
ert J. McDonald spent Wednesday In
Pa., where Mr. Bailey enters the theo
Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Rolland Mettz
ler, Tuesday, a son.
Mrs. Susan Walker and daughter,
Miss Carrie Walker of Milan, return
ed home Monday after a few days'
Mrs. Howard McMeeken returned to
Rock Island Monday after a visit here
of several days.
Miss Bertha McMeekln Is spending
this week in Galesburg with her sister.
Mrs. John McKeag returned home
Saturday after spending a week with
her parents in Rock Island.
Mr. and Mrs. S. F. Clark spent
Thursday and Friday with friends In
A company of friends surprised Mr.
and Mrs. Will Tennant Thursday on
their fifth wedding anniversary, and
left as a token of remembrance a set
of dining chairs. Those from a dis
tance who attended were Mrs Frank
Edwards and son El wood of Ceneseo;
and Mr. and Mrs. John Tyndall of
Miss Huldah I .arson and a company
of friends spent Sunday at the Her
man Wahlstrom home.
Little Alice Anderson, who Is ill
with typhoid fever, Is slowly Improving.
Here is a charming waist of white
satin, black velvet and whltefllet lace.
The three materials are combined in
an effective design. Double plaited
tulle ruffles around the neck. PCaln
net yoke and forearm sections of
sleeves. White pearl buttons at the
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