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THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 9, 1912.
CORNER STONE OF
1. 0, 0. F. HOME
WILL BE PLACED
fe R. Wright, Jonas Bear and Thomas j
I Reception Committee Eudora De-:
Jtekah lodge. No. .73: Mrs. J. A. Reid.4
j Mrs. J. L. Ehman. Mrs. George Gan-j
sert, Mrs. Zimmerman, Mrs. J. C !
OF CLUB IS HELD
His songs are all on the comic '
Odd Fellows' orphans' home .
j band will arrive in the city this even
ing at 6 o'clock. They will be enter-
' tained this evening at the home of
Ceremonies to Occur Tomorrow ambers. A nit through the arsenal
... ,, . 1 ana a river trip tomorrow moruus
iuieraoon rouowing in
PROGRAM FOR EVENT READY
Members Gather for Yearly
Session and Adopt New
Set of By-Laws.
and a river trip tomorrow
will be tendered the members of the j .
band. They will be guests of the Busy i SEVERAL
Bee Sewing circle tomorrow at a 12 .
o'clock dinner and guests of Manager
Dolly at the Empire theatre tomorrow
Grand Master of the State, W. A. Hub-:
bard to Deliver the Principal
NEW CHURCH WILL
PAY ITS OWN WAY
Deficit Exists In Operating Account
and Another Campaign Will
Arrangements were completed last
An Interesting program has been 'evening for the transfer of the prop-
j-iepared by the local Udl Fellows for erty of the South Park Presbyterian j organjzation, presided In the absence
The annual membership meeting of
1 the Rock Island club occurred last
J night and was attendej by 300. H.
H. Cleaveland, vice president of the
the laying of the corner stone of the
i.ew Odd Fellows home wnich will be
held tomorrow. Odd Fellows from
h!l over the state will attend the cere- two churches
monies. The program follows:
1:20 Assembly at I. O. O. F. hall.
2:00 Meeting called to order by the
Noble Grand W. J. Rogers.
Chief Marshall of the Day P. G.,
Assistant Marshall of the Day D. ,
2:15 Formation of Line Police,'
Pleuer'B band, city council, visiting
( liiitons, visiting lodges, Rebekahs, t
hock Inland lodge No. 18, Orphans'!
home band, Cauton Star No. 8, Ccal :
lodge No. G08, Ofhcers of Ucl lodge
Grand Officers G. M , V. A. Hub-'
!ard, G. ( hap., P. G., Charie Fos
hiirg; G Warden. P. G., J. H. lirown;
G. Secretary. P. G., S. It. Wright: G.
Treasurer, p. a , W. H. Scott; G. Con-'
i'l'tor. P. G.. M ;. Holsapplc
i.im: ok m 4k 11.
The line of murch begins at the hall
ei.d goes west on Second avenue to
fifteenth street, south on Fifteenth
i tieet to Third avenue, east on Third
;tenue to Nineteenth street, north ca
Nineteenth street to Kt:ond avenue,
i.st n Second avenue to Twentieth
itret. soutn on Twentieth street to
Fifth 11 venue, went on Fifth avenue to
I 'i;iiteeiit h street, north on Eighteenth
1 tr-et to Fourth avenue.
'. J Searle, assisted by S. .1 Wood
in. will act u: fo;rtina.;tirr, n; the
t reniony will heKin with tile sinking
or the opening ode by Jonas Hear. The
giand inm.tcr will take charge of the
Irving of tin comer none ith the
.: t.-tuee of the grand officers. Af
'er h-v'tig of f':e corner stone, a pong
; j the Sm a ijinrtet of the Swedish
'!! !iIge of Molme.
Ad!ries by Grand Master W A.
Inhlwd. y. T. SievePH of No IS. I.
' I", and Mis. II F. Stange of
iim n ri r.-: vn:n.
The following coiniiut'ces are in
Kf option ( oii.iiiiitee Cock Island
lodge No. IV Nelt.m Prat-ken. W. I.
Koester, W. .! lUlcMier. Henry I.im
leig. Sr. J. D Hollman. J. A. Keid.
o 1'. SnnuielMon ard O. K Sipple.
Kerept i'II Committee Ccal lodge.
No tloK: I) W Hathaway. Gus niank-
tiberg, George Clapper. Otto Hudert,
church from the Broadway church to
the new organization, at a joint meet
ing of the eiders and trustee; of the
held at the Broadway
parlors. Sufficient fjnds have been
pledged by the South Park congrega
tion to enable 'he church to start on
a self-sustaining basis. Officers were
elected by the South Park trustees as
President John A. Cordell.
Secretary W. W. Lauher.
Treasurer Harry C. SpauMIng.
A meeting will be held Friday even
ing to consider calling a pastor for
the new c hurch.
of President H. E. Casteel. The
Police Magistrate C. J. Smith is in
! Chicago for two days.
Mrs. Elizabeth Haynes. 729 Seven
teenth street, Is recovering from a ser
A baby rlrl -was born this morning
to Mr. and Mrs. Bernard E. McGray.
406 Sixth avenne.
Mr. H. B. Bennett of Cordova is
spending several days in Rock Island
with Mrs. F. Stein.
Perry Orr of Columbus, Ohio, is vis
iting with his niece, Mrs. Ray Smedley,
1421 Fourteenth street.
Rev. and Mrs. F. J. Rolf, 1118
Twelfth street, are the parents of a
baby girl, born, yesterday.
Mrs. H. E. Casteel has gone to Well
and, Ontario, Canada, to visit for a
month or six weeks with her daugh
ter. Mrs. Frank Head.
Irving Gelwicks -of Chambersburg,
Colored Masons in Convention
Here Entertained by Local
Members of Order.
meeting was a lively one ana consia- p , h f vlslt f severaI .pb.
erable enthueiasm was shown. H. E. : at the home of Samuel Gelwicks, 1321
I Curtis, chairman of the committee on ! Fifth-and-a-half avenue,
revision of the by-laws, reported to j George H. Kingsbury leaves tonight
th club and read the new regulations j for Springfield to attend the semi- :
...... A . . . : annual convention of rating secretar-1
which had already received the stamp . B . , , ,
! ies of Illiiiois In a two days session. ,
of approval of the directors. WitHj Mr and M Robert Wagner left
; several minor changes they were j today for a two weeks' southern trip.
j adopted by the club. The most im-jf they do not find the weather too
! portant of the changes from the old warm, they may include Cuba in their j
; by-laws are that in the future the I itinerary.
(president, and vice president will be j ... T T v
..... . .. . .1 Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Welch departed
elected by the membership instead tl: . , , , , . ,
.... . tnis morning for an extended tour of
01 ui? uimiuia una iiim. aiier
JgygJ Stoves have
them all beat
for QUALITY and STYLE,
and our prices are so low
that we are frequently
told we are from $5
to $10 lower than our
competitors, who sell mostly on the in
Come in and look over our line be
fore you buy. We'll be glad to show you.
Alien, Mvers & Company
GET MARRIED TO
charged with selling short weight po-;
tatoes. was tried in Justice C. J.
Schroeder's court this mornihz and
t V o cnnth tflltlTIp' in vnrimio nninta . , . , . .-,, i
board of directors will include : ""T7f rnXT ,,Kra Tr.Ts?"h. "j! lrm ftllT Of I R II
instead of the present 11 mem- th tri: 1, ; J appearea xor , au R t" K I III I llf
.u.vutu ATiornev .lanirs witter nroseriiieu. m&.i u u ui u ft
?m, TT a II l.n ? . T
A clause in the new draft limiting ! 1,11 - "au- wuu arc wl,n lne
the resident membership was stricken I orce Q"e8tion" company, were the
before the bv-iaws were adopted. gue8ts of Mr and Mrs- A" Thomp-
' son, 522 Twenty-fifth street, last ev-
HfcTOHTi . ARB MADE. jening Mrf, Ha, ,g ynQvn M ,
E. H. Guyer, chairman of the build-1 Betn Hamiiton and is a talented voung
- - actress. i
Attorney James Witter prosecuted.
A public reception was last night
tendered ttip grand officers, represen
tatives, and visiti.ig members, who
are in atrrnianci at the 4i','h conven
tion of the Colored Masonic Grand
T.orli;' of Illinois. The entertainment
v.at". held at the King Solomon lodge
hall. Several hti-ulred colored people
Pant Grand Master II. E. ISurris pre
fidd as toast master and called up
on Deputy Grand Mabter J. K. Hish,
Grand Junior Ward-u A. I.. McCoo,
und H. J. II. Kllington for remarks and
they responded. Messrs. Bish and
McCoo delivered interesting talks on
the order in general, while Mr. El
1 iiiKton devoted liis address to Y. M.
('. A. work in which he is interested
in Chicago. A lu-icheon was served.
of the erection of the new structure.
reported as to finances. C. R. Xourse,
chairman of the house committee, fol
lowed with a report on the cost of op
erating and maintaining the club
building. It showed a deficit and
caused the adoptioa of a plan for an
other membership campaign to be
started at once. With initiation fees
and more dues coming in. the, club will
prove entirely self-sustaining.
Charles Roantree, who has been
engaged to conduct gymnasium class
es in the club gym, made a short talk at
the meeting in explanation of the
plai. Tlie gymnasium is now being tit
ted with the most modern equipment
and will be a splendid place for the
club members to exercise.
(OI.I.INS a nr.i.K.nr.
Will H. Collins of Chicago enter
tained the members incident to the
GET RAISE IN PAY
Word comes from New Orleans that ;
Mr. and Mrs. Delmar Densmore Doo- All laborers employed by the I'nited
ley have a baby girl at their home in States engineers in the Mississippi '
the Crescent city, born Oct. 4. Mrs. river improvement work are to receive !
Dooley was formerly Miss Lucia Mc- a raise in wages of 25 cents a day, ef-
iCIberna Mrs. Clarence Dooley of t fective at once. At present the men
this city is in New Orleans with her are receiving $1.25 a day, with their!
blossoms, the only decorations being
a large gallery of interested specta
tors. Officer C. J. Meenan acted as
best man while City Electrician Vin
cent Murphy gave awray the bride.
After the solemu words had
been spoken. Chief Witness Louis
! Marks murmured "Amen" while the
Couple Caught in Police Raid Of ; magistrate w ished the couple all the
Notorious Joint Face Pen- 111 Ul(? wor u- waived
nis costs as am tne assistant states
attorney, same being in the nature of
a wedding present. The -ouplo weie
.-nwnn . .. V. ...... , . .
LIVING AS. MAIM AND WIFEj(,ence if they desired a good name!
! They had only taken quarters ihe.-e
TWO ;kt kixks.
Dolly Wedge and Mamie Larkln.
Ceremony Performed In Police Court!
Two Women Are Fined $100
son and daughter-in-law.
Jack Goodwin, Indicted by the
Grand Jury, Enters Plea
of Guilty in Court.
luncheon that followed the meeting, i
Mr. Collins had appeared before the WORKED CONFIDENCE GAME
A tiromenadc and '-harity ball wi'l be . club before and therefore was not a
held this evening at the armory hall. stranger to many of those present.;
I He is connected with one of the large , Wa Manager of Moving Picture The-
ring mot in i-ignt.
'willii'.in Kir.g, naiii"d in
new item as being mixed up in a ies, but occasionally he mcnages
cutting afTruy which occurred Satur-!s!ip away for an evening to give en
day night on Fiftli avenue near Twen-, ter'aintnents similar to the one with
ty sixth street, was not in the fijihf at which he delighted the club member-
all it seems, according to his version
of the affaij. He appeared after it
board and room. This move has bees
, made in order to compete with various
other concerns throughout the country
who employ large numbers of men, it
having been found a difficult proposi
tion on the part of the engineers to re
tain their men.
Another reason is that the increase
in pay will induce many to remain un
til operations are abandoned for the
season. In former years experience
has taught that the laborers usually
evince a desire to throw up their jobs
about the first of October.
Aceordirg to present indications,
river work will continue until the first
of November, and perhaps longer, if
weather conditions are favorable.
two notorious characters, were the
others caught in the raid. They were
both fined $10(1 und costs and sent to
the county jail. They were arrested
at 3 o'clock yesterday afternoon,
while Mr. and Mrs. Reynolds were
taken at night.
This afternoon Mamie I-arkiu paid
RATS and tHICE
music houses in Chicago, and is ai
a police pretty busy man with his regular dut
up in a ; ies, but occasionally he mcnages to
atre from Which He Stole
, ,. , , . Edwin Verbiest was arrested and re
All of the persons indicted bv the , , . . , . -
, .. f. ... " . leased today under bonds of $1,500 as
the outcome of a charge of malicious
recent grand jury and either arrested
Shin last nicht. AS a Stirv teller fot-i rr hflH in lail tt-t.ro hrnuirtit intn fir-
ling has few equals. He" also sings, j cuit court yesterday afternoon before miRrhi'f preferred against him by Ed
playing his own piano accompani-
TO THE LADIES
On Thursday, October 10, we shall
display a sample line of gowns from
one of the most noted designers
Judge K. C. Graves and served with
the charges against them. Jack Good
win, held on three indictments char
irg false pretenses and confidence
famf, plead guilty to the latter'
charge and was sentenced by the
court to a term of from one to ten
years in the siatevpenitentiary at Jo
iiet. Goodwin was formerly manager
at the Majestic motion picture theatre
and he departed suddenly taking wi'li
him some of the house's funds. He
also passed a bad check before going.
Connert. The case will be tried Satur
day morning at 9 o'clock.
About a year ago Connert left a val
uable horse standing in front of Ver
biest'si saloon, on Fifth avenue, be
tween Twenty-fifth and Twenty-sixth
streets, and when he emerged, the an
imal had been hamstrung, and had to
lie shot. Connert has been gathering
evidence for some time, and now be
lieves that he can prove that Verbiest
was the offender. Connert claims that
there existed an intense rivalry be
tween himself and Verbiest because of
numerous horse races, and attributes
Wedding bells sweetly chimed in
the police court this morning, :id a
man and woman who a few minutos
before faced a penitentiary sentence
for living in an immoral Etatc joined
their right hands and were pronounc- i,Pr fi,le amj wa8 rt.iCased.
ed man'and wife by Police Magistrate!
C. J. Smith, and their trouble was j
over or just begun, depending upon
the viewpoint of the reader. The
newlyweds were James Reynolds and
Mrs. Inez McCarthy. They were
caught in the police raid upon the no
torious joint located at 2202'
Third avenue, in which three women
and one man were nabbed by the offi
cers. WKRK NOT MARRIED.
An investigation developed the fact
that the couple had been living togeth
er as man and wife for over six
months without undergoing the for
mality of obtaining a license. Mag
istrate Smith promised to suspend
sentence if they would be married
immediately and pay th costs. Ac
companied by an officer, Reynolds vis
ited the county clerk's office and soon
returned with the papers.
There was no profusion of orange
pure exterminator of rats, mln.
cockroaches aud all vermin. Get the
Money Back if it Fall.
25c and $1.00.
Sold by Druggists Everywhere.
Stearns' Electric Paste Co., Chicago, M.
and larceny in two indictments s "'e dwd to a ire upon he part of
.HIS display will con-'
sist of a line of dresses and gowns
in simple serges and challies, to the most
elaborate French creations, from which you can order
your idea in size and color combination. This affords
you the privilege of a custom made gown combined
with the distinctiveness and elegance for which the
M. & K. styles are renowned.
We cordially invite you and your
friends to this exhibition, tomorrow, Thursday
arraigned and plead not guilty. Siarle
& Marshall are to defend him. His
bond was fixed at $1,500 on each of
the two charges against him and he
was remanded to jail until surety is
Pedro Gonsales and Jesse Vigil,
charter with robbery, were brought
the prisoner to obtain revenge for nu
William Johns, arrested Saturday
night for a cutting affray, was fined
and costs in Justice CJ. N'issen's
court yesterday afternoon. He paid.
Licensed to Wed.
Arthur J. Scheffert
They asked to have an at- Miss Mabel Duccine
For Man,Voman& Child
tornej appointed to defend them and
Judge Graves named D. N. Simonson
and T. M. Coen for them respectively. '
Their bail was fixed at 11,500 each ,
and they were remanded to jail. i
George Davis, charged with rob- ;
bery, asked that W. E. Whiteside be
named to defend him and his request ,
was granted. His bail is $2,000 and j
he is still in jail.
J. D. O'Neil, charged with attempt- ;
ing to murder Amos Kirby, was placed j
under (3,000 bonds and J. F. Harper
was appointed bis attorney. He is
still in jail.
Dominick Gillespie, charged with
larceny and bonded at 11,500 will be
defended by William M. Walker at
the defendant's request.
GEORGE M?!E HELD. .
One of the indictments withheld :
yesterday pending the trrest of the'
indicted man, was against Justice
George P. Nissen, who Is charged with
making fraudulent acknowledgment
in connection with various sheets to
the late lamented recall petition to ;
which his notary's seal was affixed :
The charge is made that the sheet
n ere not sworn to at all. Nisaea ,
cave bond in the amount of $1,500, J. 1
H. Beselin and L. J. Littig being his :
Fred B. McCullom, charged with
selling liquor to a minor gave bond :
Warren Anderson Rock Island
Mi6 Matilda Peterson Rock Island
Henry W. Martin Davenport j
miss Dorothy Harvey Galesburg
THEIR ONLY FAULT
Many Good Men Robbed of High
Business and Social Stand
ing by Drink.
There Is many a good man who has
a craving for drink and who fights
against his appetite all the time, for
he knows that drink is seriously det
rimental to his business and social
The Neal Treatment cures the peri
odical, occasional or moderate drinker,
the excessive and habitual drinker and
the nervous man who has to drink to '
keep from becoming nervous. It takes
away all inclination to drink by neu
tralizing the poison of the alcohol in
the system and ridding the blood of
the poison by a rapid system of elim
ination, leaving the drinker jn the con
dition he was In before tasting liquor
as far as the effects of alcohol are
concerned all appetite for drink gone-
and he is a new man.
Refuse to take any .treatment fo:
in tfie amount of $300. through H. C. the drink habit where hypodermic in
Luchman and E. E. Reynolds. .
trials start foox. to result in blood poisoning from the
It is the intention of the court to ge use of an infected needle, through the
the criminal work in band so that carelessness of others,
trials by jury can commence as soon : If you are interested we will be
as the next jury reports which will be pleased to send you our literature or
subsequent to Nov. 7. furnish any information you may wish.
Call, write or phone the Neal In-
Case Und:r Advisement. etitute, S21 Farr.am street. DavenDort. !
The case of William Ticdcmaa, i Iow a. Phoae
The Seneca Indians, like many other tribes, used maize for
their flour. The maize was boiled, then mashed ard crushed on
flat atones. The "loave" were flat like pancakes and were
baked on hot atones.
These cakes were heavy and tasteless, but were eaten with
beans and gravies. y
Poor bread of any sort can only come from the
use of poor flour.
With GOLDRIM Flour you are assured, absolutely,
of satisfactory results if results are not all that
a good baker demands, your dealer will refund the
purchase price of the flour.
If you are skeptical won't you order a sack of
GOLDRIM today and test it in your own kitchen
know "this best of aJl flour.
Western Flour "Mill Co. - Davenporti