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THE ROCK ISL'ANB A2RGUS. TUESDAY. OCTOBER 8, 1912.
AT JUNK YARDS
City Commission Takes Up
Plan Tending to Abolish
AUTHORIZES EAR BARNS
j j0 Rock 7sand, located in the vicin
Company U Given Permit to Build Jty of Thirty-fourth street and Ninth
$80,000 Structure In This City jo-enue. It was referred to Commis-
Junk yards In the residence dis
tricts must go if the new amendment
mj tue prwteiu oruinance. as presented
teethe commission yesterday afternoon
is adopts. The new ruling provides
that no Junk yard may be maintained
viihin the city limits without the eon
m nt of the clmmibKion, and in view of
the storm of protest registered by
residents in the Immediate neighbor
hood of certain yards now in exist
ence, it is a lorfKoiM' ronclui-ion that ,
the city fathers will hut Fam.tinn a,
roiitinuaiic.e of t i is uudefiirahb' feat
ure. I nilT the old n iiiiK a junk yard
could not be maintained w ithin a ra-
dins of ?.uu f et of re;jfef-h without
the con .i nt of tuu-tbinls i f sued j,r"p-
rty (mini's. The tiew amendment is
now lieing considered .y the cotiiinis-:
TI'.XT OK (MKMIXUM.
Following it the text of the propos
rd aincndiiit-i.t : "lie it ordained iiy the
city of Kiick I.sliitid that h I 'inii l." of
h.iiter -11 of the revised ordinances
of the city, relative to pawnshops and
junk yards be amended aa follows:
Section IS --That wi'bin the territor
ial Jlirifiiln floti of the ci'y of Ruck fa
ir lid. if shall lie in. I;m fill for any
J.erhon to lor ate, ow n. nperato or con
duct a Junk yard or junk More, where
in old metalb, boner, hides, rags, rub
ber or other Junk art stored and lo
cated, except upon permission of the
c it y council." The o'd ordinance reads
as- follow That it shall be
unlawful for any pen-on to
conduct a junk yard on ,v.y lot where
two-thirds of the bulldittirs within a
radius of .".mi fee are uMd for n-si-tW
lice purposes exclusively, unless the
owner of twothirdu of the lots within
a radius of ?.' feet consent, in writ
ing, to the location of such
Junk yard. Such written consent shall
be Pled with the city clerk, who is
thereby authorised to issiif a per
mit. !' mux i iionr1 i.
A resolution to adopt the plans sub-
Falling Hair Ceases, Scalp Itch Van
ishes, New Hair Grows Profusely
and Becomes Fascinating.
Money Back If It Doesn't
lou't say "I've read all that before"
Just go to your dealer right away, lay
down 50 cents say "I want a bottle of
that Parisian Sage t'.ia- so many sen
sible people are using " Tut n take it
boive und use it as u. reeled am! tneu
If you are not natisfied that it Is Just
as advertised take bar k the empty bot
tle and jour money will be refunded.
"Pretty risky offer" you'll say; not
at all, dialers know just what Parisian
Sao will do and hae the promise of
the Ameriiun maker, the Giroux
Manufacturing company of Buffalo, X.
Y., that they will buck him up In his
strong guursntee. Pretty fair and
Miuar.- offer, lsn t it?
Mrs. J. . Franklin. Fulton. Mo..
vrltcb: "Parislau .Sage eradicates
dandruff, cleans the s. alp and makes
the hair fluffy and beautiful; also is a
good hair grower. I shall continue to
use it as long .v .uu. '' '
Ask for Parision Sage hair tonic
tnd firmly refuse substitutes. TBe
girl w ith the auburn hair Is on every ( The pleasant purgative effect ex
package and your druggist w ill tell t., rlenced by all wh- use Chamber
ou that Parisian Sage is a splendid !;,jn's Stomach and Liver Tablets, and
hair dressing free from poisonous lend , the healthy condition of the body and
it other dangerous ingredients. The.n jn,i which they create, makes one
Thomas Prug company guarantees it. feel joyful. Sold by all druggists.
(Advertisement ) (Advertisement.)
THREE SUITES CF OFFICES
in The London building or
whole second story front can
te rented in entirety. With
ench suite goes a large storage
toom. Steam heated and all
modern improvements. Pos
session can be given at once.
Pleasant offices. ' Best location
in the city.
mined by the Tri-City Railw ay company
for the erection of a new $50,000 car bam
tetween Thirty-fifth and Thirty-sixth i
streets on Fifth avenue, was carried j
by a vote of 3 to 2, Commissioners .
Rudgren and Reynolds voting against'
it. When asked as to his reason for";
vetoing the plans, Mr. Rudgren stated j
that the railway company proposes
to use the third track and the numer
cus tracks running into the barn as i
j before, thus taking up a portion, of
the street, his opinion being that the
barn should be placed further back
and that these numerous tracks
should be laid upon the company's
t Albert E. and Archie Mclnnis sub
I mined a plat for their first addition
r.ioner KeynoiGS ana i.Ky engineer
Wallace Treichler. A bill of Hartz &
PhfiKn rnmnanr flmniintlnfi' in'
! f r-80.25 for alum was allowed, as were !
salaries of two Second avenue paving
inspectors. Holt's amounting to $169
for 27 days and Kramer's totaling $48
foi 12 days.
The report of Chief of Police James
I.rirn was submitted as follows:
State cases Disorderly conduct, 25;
p.FfauJt and battery, 2; robber-, 3;
larceny, 4; obtaining goods under
false pretenses, 1; burglary and
ccny. 1; malicious mischief. 1: tres -
psss, 1; violating motor and vehicle
lrv, total, 41.
City cases - Disorderly conduct. 3C: '
r'runkenness, 22: peddline without a i
license. section relating to nurcn-,
ers. 1; disorderly nouses. 3; weignts
ard measures," 2: depositing rubbish
on streets. 2; nuisance, 1; total, 6P.
Forty-one state and f6 city cases
v.cro tried before Police Magistrate
C J. Smith, the f nes collected by him
r mount itig to $2fm. Three city cases
v. ere tried b fore Justice Cleland. his
fnes amount ine to ?lnl SO. Macis
tr;:te dismissed 1" cases in all. 6 Ptate
mid H city. There were 4 ambulance
fiiid ."1 wagon calls. Seventeen tramps
v . re lodged. The lights out durTng
the month numbered 22, and the time
totaled irR hours.
'l KltW OHK HKPHHT.
The pumpage report was as follows:
Total pumpage, 127.f':i4.000 gallons;
ih.ily average, 4.20R.4fir, 2 .1 gallons;
cal consumed. nriS tons, 4C0 pounds,
rr.st of bume, $42R.S7.
r..l;,... m ... ...... c l.-, i -
7K calls. CO visitors. H children look- he f ' 10R 'r'-' nOW larf r- and ln Mo"
ed after C wayward boys and ?, way- j ,hr'f hav au fl"P ,hca,re ,JI,ildin
vard girls given atfen-lon. 2 children!!" "".Pace of th old U agner theatre
I'aced in the Association house and!"1 'L,ch ' Kpyp,a' was pivcn-
r,l prisoners in the women's depart
n i t.
The plumbing inspector's report fol
lows: Plans appro; fit. 28; water
tests. nr,; final tests. 19: fixture inspec
tions. 26: amount of inspection fees
turned oer to city treasurer, 230.
(HOME MISSION WEEK
j IN TRI-CITIES N0V.I7-24
i Home mis-ions will be ihe subject
j of nendiil consideration among all the
evangelical churches of the three cities
during the week of Nov. 17-24. Special
sermons on home missions will be de
livered on both Sundays beginning and
ending the we k, and there will be
niietii.gs during the week, the general
oliji ct being to further the r ai's"1 by a
reawakening of public interest in the
Co A. I. X. (J.. met in session last
evenirg at Armory ha!l to discuss cer
tain Improvements which are to be
made. Nothing definite will be given
out for publicity until next Monday
said Captain K. H. Punavin this morn
ing. The regular drill was held prior
'.o the business meeting.
Gentlemen, We'll Save You Money on
j if we show you how to make $2.4."
r,,ry as mur h real alue as you can get
; e!s w here for $3. or how you can get
$r :,ft for $3. it's vmr own fault
f )((U ((on-t tako advaotago of it Tu;s
. ,s ,h Rtor1 ,hat wil, gave vo
A M ,,,!8iness lookg be,ter to us than
,)rofi,p. u Fell shoPS that wju
t,rinjI you back again. rricster-Hickev
' Shoe company. Harper house block.
I 1 Advertisement ).
TAG DAY DATE IS
TO BE THE 19TH
Bethany Home Board Meets
and Decides Against Any
IS BEST CASH PRODUCER
First Rehearsal for the Music Drama
Brings Out Many Mngers from
Bethany home board met last night
the Manufacturers hotel, Moline.
pfW erP, heard of the progress of
me wnrji, ana activities relating to me
I work discussed.
Tag day and the music drama are
the thing3 taking the time of every
worker in the association. It had
been thought best to postpone tag day
I indefinitely, but every member rrf sent
: last evening declared aeainst any fur
ther delay. After all, tag day is the
! tno!!t successful of all ways for raising
lar-jmone' fo charity purposes; it gives
! every on?, no matter how poor, a
! chance to help his fellow man; it en-
lists a large number of wcrkers in an
ennobling cause, and it produces the i
cash in quantities. The committee ;
me uay ior rag aay ncre one weeK
irom next aturaay, ejet. VJ .
unit. P.M. iiKi.n.
The musio drama, which is to be
given in Moline the 2"rd and 24th. and j
in Rock Island the 25th and 2Cth of
this month, is now fairly launched, the ;
first rehearsal taking place last night '
at the Moline club rooms. Quite a j
number of Rock Island singers were
present at this rehearsal, as well as
the large number of Moline musical
people. Everybody connected with it
is confident of success from every
standpoint. At the meeting last night
was d'scussed the matter of box seats,
patronesses and patrons, ticket sales,
etc. "Ahasuerus" is said to be even a
better production that "Egypta," which
was given several years aso. and which
I netted a fine profit to Bethany home,
land besides, Mrs. Bennett pointed out.
4:i i Hnvirc ow.
The matron's report shows 43 now
in the home, of whom 1 X ate under 5
years of ace. There was no sickness
nor doctor's visits.
Mrs. Fred Kami broucht the follow
ing report from the Bethany Sewing
circie: For July, August and Septem
ber. 1D12. seven gingham dresses were
made, the material furnished by Mrs.
Oakleaf; thiee waists, ten aprons.
One box of thread was bought, and
seven dozen buttons donated by Mrs.
Kimhail. Money on hand. $X3.34.
Iionntioiis were received as follows:
Fruit and vegetables from Mrs. Red
dig and Mrs. C. E. Bryan of Rock Is
land; Mrs. Shaffer of Moline: "A
Friend." and D. Dole of Fairport, Iowa.
Mrs. J. A. r!att of Rock Island gave
books ar.d rpjilt pieces, Mrs. H. 15.
Hubbard gave clothing, and McCabe's
gave dolls and games.
LUDWIG CASE IS
TO BE DROPPED?
Settlement to Ee Made Out of
Court in All Probability
j From present indications the case
' of th? city vs. Ludewig will never
!orue to trial and the matter will be
settled out of court. After a confer-
Mice iti Commissioner Hart's office
this morning, durina; which Dr. Lude
wig and several attorneys were c.os
(eud for over an hour.'it was an
I noui.ccd that the case had been cou
' tiuued for 1 days, this malting the
, third continuance. The reason given
for the continuance was that in thnt
time it might be more accurately as ;
1 certaincM just the extent cf the injur-j
!f s to the h'Tses.
i .... I
I ii r. i.uaew:g win make a satis
factory settlement with the city, it is
' very likely that the charge of careless
u ruing 111 not ne press -d against.
r.im, said ( ommissioner Hart, after
the conference had been concluded.
"It is impossible, as yet, to learn the'
real extent of the damage inflicted on,'
these horses. Neither of them are
able to be in the harness now, and the
probability is that they will not be for;
some time to come. In the event of j
a refusa". upon the part of the doctor)
to make satisfactory settlement. thv
case will be fought to a fiflish.'
- . .
Fred Emmerson was arrested thia
: morning for selling short weight po
tatoes. He was using a license be
longing to Burt DuPrez. Emmerson
. paid a fine of $5 and costs.
j James Stuart came to Hock Island
yesterday from the Iowa farm district.
' He had beei on the wagon since Jun I
j a. diu ntn ne saw me many saloon.
j here he could not resist the tempta-
I tioa, and as a result dropped off thj;
axjua cart with a dull, sickening thud.
He plead guilty to drunkenness ami
paid a fine of $1 and costs, accorr.
panyrcg his disbursement of funds
; with the word6, "Never Again."
I The case against Henry Van Ee
Mortal, charged with stealing vegeta
bles, wis dismissed this morning npc a
; motion of Assistant State's Attorni j
P. Ing leson, there being no evidence
to fai ten guilt. Van De Mortel ad
mitted that he took two cabbages, but
said tlie complainant s wife had given
him permission to do so. H. M. Mc
Caskrin appeared for tie defendant.
Herman Tiedemann was arrested
yesterday afternoon for violation of
the weights and measures ordinance.
He bead no scales, and was selling po
tatoes in sacks which weighed but 50
pourvis. This morning his attorney,
F. H. Wells took a change of venue
to CTarence Schroeder's court, where
the -case was continued until tomor
iow -morning at 9 o'clock. City Attor
ney Tames F. Witter is prosecuting.
M9 CABE IS BACK
TRIP TO THE WEST
Attends International Irrigation
Congress at. Salt Lake
City and Is Pleased.
Hon. L. S. McCabe returned yester
day from his trip to Salt Lake City,
Utai. where he has been in attendance
at fie Annual International Irriga
tion congress, whither he had gone by
apixiint.rcent of Mayor H. M. Schriver
as delegate from ibis city. There
were five other delegates present
from Illinois, mostly from Chicago.
Ma'iy states and foreign countries
were represented at the congress.
E legates from Hawaii, South
Wales, and Australia were in attend
ance. One delegate mentioned in his
tal'c that he had come over 14,000
miles to attend the congress. Mr. Mc
Cabe also visited the Utah state fair
j wb ich was in progress at the same
j tirr e and reports a most creditable
j exhibition of the various products of
the mines and farms of so young a
The congress was opened with a
gre at gathering of over 12,000 people
at the historic Mormon tabernacle.
The opening ceremonies included a
musical program by the celebrated
tibernacle choir of nearly 500 voices,
tbn great tabernacle organ and an or
chestra of 50 musicians.
The sessions of the congress were
most interesting and the speeches of
many prominent men were enthusias
t.k: and educational.
Mr. McCabe was honored by being
appointed member of the committee
ten permanent organization, and re
ports he had a very enjoyable trip and
Visit through the west. His wife and
daughter accompanied him on the
POOR PEOPLE IN
.NEED OF COVERING
3fliss Giles, Visiting Nurse,
Finds Many Homes Without
Blankets or Comforters.
Miss Margaret Giles, visiting nurse,
5s finding need for blankets and com
forters in numerous of the homes into
which she is called to minister to the
isick. The approach of winter has found '
;inany of the poorer people without
sufficient coverings for the chilly
j Tjights and as many of these are with
out means of keeping the house warm,
j a, double hardship results. FoV the
j robust it is uncomfortable to say the
least and for the sick it is often fatal.
In the pasj Miss Giles has had but
to say the word and anything she
needed in th" way of clothing was
forthcoming from thp good people of
the city. Believnig that an appeal
will not fa'l on deaf ears. Miss Giles
now asks that people who have blank
ets or comforters to spare, give them
to her .hat she may have them in
case of emergency and such emergen
cies arise almost every day. People
wishing to give can call her on the tele-
makes pot and pan
spick and span
p0tS and pans Collect more
j- A j 4i ,i
dirt ?nd Sreas? than any other
Cooking utensil. The One best
way of cleaning them IS to USe
Qq Gold DUSt not Only
7V x . "ul ""1J!
takes Oil the Outer Surface, DUI
Hitfa rlppn after tfprms and hid-
, 0 f o
den particles, and makes them
as spotlessly clean and sani
tary as when new.
If you want your pots and
pans so bright you can see your
face in them your pots and
kettles spotless and germ-proof,
use Gold Dust in cleaning. It
will do the work, too, in half
the time of the ordinary cleanser
and save most of your labor.
Gold Dust does the bulk of the
work alone; you merely assist it.
Gold Dust is
old in 6C size
and large pack
ages. The large
"lM tU COLD DUST TWINS dr
October 7tk to 12tk
YOU ARE invited to inspect the new stock of
illustrated gift Looks, new fiction, Looks for tke
toys and girls, Looks for gifts. Looks for your KLrary,
etc,, etc. A Landsome souvenir will Le presented to all
visitors during the opening.
BOOKS : STATIONERY : OFFICE SUPPLIES
1719 Second Avenue VSTSE ROCK ISLAND
phone and she will arrange for the de
livery. Yesterday Miss Giles was called to
a home where she found a widowed
mother sick in bed with practicalTy
no covering to speak of. Miss Giles
communicated with members of the
Silver Cross Circle of Kings' Daugh
ters and the circle responded with a
pair of warm new comforters which
alone may save the life of the widow.
TO WAIVE RIGHTS
A message from L. M. Casteel who
attended the meeting of the Three-
Eye league in Chicago today stated
that the league had refused to waive
its territorial rights to Rock Island
and Moiine in order that the twin-cities
might enter into the proposed
Mississippi Valley Baseball associa
tion. This move on the part of the league,
it is understood, will mean that the
question will be taken up with the Na
tional association of Minor league
with a view to securing action to the
The Three-Eye directors yesterday
reelected A. R. Tearney of Chicago to
the presidency and J. T. Hayes of
Davenport to the vice presidency. The
salary limit was increased from $1,900
per month to $2,500. According to the
annual reports, Davenport drew the
largest attendance during the season
D. K. Rrennan has returned home
alter an extended tour of the east.
Superintendent H. B. Hayden, of
the city schools, spent today in Chl-
Mr. and Mrs. R. II. Stevens of
Council Bluffs, are spending several
days with Mr. and Mrs. Charles Davis
and Mrs. H. N. Peterson.
Ben B. Schroeder, a former resi
dent of this city, who has been visit
ing with relatives and friends for
sometime past, has returned to his
home at Lorenzo, Idaho.
Colonel G. W. Burr, commandant
at Rock Island arsenal and Major
Charles Keller in charge of the local
office of United States engineers, left
last night for fort Sheridan to par
ticipate in the annual tests for army
Mrs. Vashti Bollman returned last
evening from Chicago, where she rep
resented the local chapter at the
grand chapter of the Eastern Star of
Illinois, which met last, week at Me
dinah temple. Mrs. Bollman also vis
ited Mrs. James W. Cook, formerly
Miss Agnes Bixby of this city. The
grand chapter had one of the largest
meetings ever held in the state. Mrs.
Nellie S. Humphreys of Atkinson,
member of Vashti shrine No. 23, was
elected associate grand conductor,
which places her in line for the office
of grand matron in due time.
Rock Island lodge No. ISO, Loyal
Order of Moose, initiated a big class
of l'Hi candidates last evening at a
largely attended meeting which was
held at the Moose club rooms in the
Illinois theatre building. The newly
elected degree team in their hand
some new uniforms put on the work
in an excellent manner. Refreshments
were served after the initiation.
MERCHANTS WILL MEET
TO ARRANGE CELEBRATION
Property owner's on Second avenue ;
will meet tomorrow afternoon at the j
Rock Island club to perfect plans for j
the cek-bration which will be held .
when the new Second avenue paving!
is completed. The p'an was discussed j
at a meeting held yesterday afternoon
FINERAI, OF MRS. PETERS.
Funeral services for Mrs. Margaret
Peters, who was accidentally drown
ed in Rock river Friday, were con
ducted this afternoon at the Knox
j chapel. Interment was made in Chip
THE BOOK ROOM"
O. VAILEV JR.
Successor to "KlnKstraryV and "Cr&mpton's"
Four Hundred Augustana Stu
dents Jubilate Over Com
pletion of Fund.
Intense enthusiasm marked the
celebration, last night by student; of
Augustana college in honor of the suc
cessful outcome of the Ericson fund
campaign by which $117,000 was add
ed to the college endowment. The
celebration took the form of a great
torchlight procession, in which 400
students participated, serenades, and
finally an immense bonfire on the col
lege campus, around which the torch
light procession moved.
Dr. Andreen's home was first visited
by the serenaders, where C. O. Bengt
son, on behalf of the studeat body, ex
pressed appreciation of Dr. Andreen's
efforts In the Ericson campaign. Dr.
Andreen responded In a spirited
speech, and cheers were .given by the
students for both the prexy and his
Led by the drummers, the proces
sion then moved down Seventh ave
nue boulevard in double column, pre
senting a striking picture. The home
of Prof. I. M. Anderson was next visit
ed, where another ovation took place,
L. S. McCabe & Co's.
EAR the hucksters
thinking the louder they scream the more im
pressive their claims. This store is 42 years
old this month. Its big, well-drilled organization is
every hour on the job hunting for highest qualities
and to press the prices downward, steadfastly up
lifting standards, but constantly squeezing out all of
the, extravagance in price.
In these 42 years we have seen many attempts at
at copying our methods and the wrecks of their fail
ures are strewn in every direction. The plan of giv
ing out handsome and valuable articles of merchan
dise for souvenirs on our recurring Anniversaries
was originated by us many years ago. Note the
numerous efforts to copy our plan by loud shouting
Then agam note the lavishness and free-handed
distribution of presents at this great Anniversary
sale. Any day. Every day. All this week. Do your
buying now while bargains are thickest, while stocks
are at their best and enthusiasm at its height We
are now in the very midst of the greatest Anniver
sary Merchandising event in the history of the great
We feel a personal interest in all the new as well as
the old time customers and are urging all who can
come during the remeining days of the sale to lay
aside some of their ordinary pursuits in order .to
celebrate with us this important occasion, for as
you know this is your store and your celebration as
well as ours.
The rush and crash of this great sale may slightly
delay some few deliveries and in such cases we ask
your kind indulgence.
Awaiting your coming and assuring you a hearty
welcome any time till late Saturday night, we ex
tend to you our most cordial greetings.
ROCK. ULAN D.
Prof. Anderson recently presented hla
resignation to the college board of di
rectors to accept a position with tha
Scandia Life Insurance company. Ef
forts are being made to have Prof.
Anderson withdraw his resignation.
and the student body, through E. E.
Ryden, expressed regret at the step
he has taken and tendered th popu
lar professor a tribute. Prof. Ander
son responded In a touching manner.
Prof. Kempe was 'next serenaded,
where L. E. Jones spoke of the work
done by the college treasurer aa Dr.
Andreen's right hand man. The sere
naders added their cheers and yells,
and Prof. Kempe responded briefly.
The procession then marched to the
college campus, where an Immense
fire was kindled.
During the progress of the celebra
tion, which was enlivened by Im
promptu speeches by students, alnmnl
and new teachers at the college, some
person maliciously turned ln a fire
alarm, which brought two Rock Is
land companies to the scene. This
did not cool the ardor of the celebra
tors, however, and It was nearly 10
o'clock when the embers burned so
low that the crowd had to disperse.
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy has
become famous for Its cures of cough,
colds, croup and influenza. Try It
when in need. It contains no harm
ful substance and always gives prompt
relief. Sold by all druggists. (Ad
vertisement.) All the
news all the time Tns
shout "Bargains" apparently
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