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THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 23, 1912.
THE BRIDGE WHISTERS OP THE STONE AGE
Face Three Robbery Charge. Lee
Fibber, a young parried man, was ar
retted by Detective Sanford today and
faces three separate charges of rot-j
l-fry. It Is alleged that evidence has!
It-en secured that will convict him on i
ai.; one of the three charges and the
police further claim that the prisoner
hut made one confession implicating
himself in the robbery of the Gray
saloon at 210 Main street Saturday I
r.ipnt. The other robberies in which
i is thought Fisher is involved are
tLf.se of the Leman sncond hand store
on Harrison street and the Schmidt
Electric company. Fisher wrxs arrest- j
nl while trying to dispose of some cl- j
gars at a saloon on West Second
Contract Let for New Road. The
contract for the new road which will
be built, in Davenport township to re
place that portion of Telegraph road
utilized in the construction of the Dav-'
enport-.Muscatine lnterurhan line, has
I icn awarded to John Fey. The prices
rained in the bid accepted Is $1,087.50.
The cost of the road will be defrayed
to the lnterurhan road and work will
begin within a bhort time.
New Cashier at German Bank. C. F.
Fchmldt of Muscatine, where he baa
been teller at the German-American
Savings bank, today took up bis duties
a.-, the First National bank here as
tf-ller. Mr. Schmidt baa been In the
employ of the Muscatine bank for the
fist eight year.
Obituary Record. At 6:61 o'clock
yesterday morning at the family resi
dence, 211 College avenue, occurred
the death of Mrs. James Edwin Li lid
ray, at the age of 80 years, death fol-
lowing exhauatlon due to bronchial
pneumonia. She was one of 12 chll
ien, five brothers and seven sisters.
The brothers all preceded her in
ritath. Of the sisters, four survive.
Il.rse are Mrs. E. D. Hay ward of Dav
enport; Mrs. H. 8. Hepburn. New
York city; Mrs. D. J. Richards, Can-ti-n,
N. Y ; and Mrs. Calvin W. Hues
tU Crown Point. N Y. Surviving also
atr the husband, J. E. Lindsay and
two sons, Ralph Edwin Lindsay and
Oorne Francis Lindsay. The funeral
vlll he held at 2: no o'clock Thursday
afternoon from the family residence on
College avenue Interment which fol
lf ws at Oakdale cemetery, will be prime.
Word was received by Frank Lange
o' this city yesterday morning telling
tf the death of Henry Lange. aged 87
Jtars, a resident of Davenport for the
j)st 68 years, who passed away late
Mcnrtay nlpht ut the home of bis
daughter. Mrs Frank Nufer, of Omaha,
after a brief Illness. Death Is at
tillmted to the ailments of old age.
JVceased was born In Schloswig Hoi
atiln, Germany. Nov. 21. 1S26. coming
to this country In the early Bo's, direct
to Dnvennnrt. where he has since re
rified. In the year 1RSS he was united
In marrtnre to Miss Dorothea Jehrlng
of this city. The survivors are five
cllldren, Mrs Frank Nufer. Mrs.
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I'bir.ip Soehren. Mrs. Hugh McNern
arc Frank and Jobn Lange.
Carl Scbults, aged 72 years, for the
prist five years a resident of Daven
port, passed away ae Mercy hospital at
8 oc'ock Monday evening after a brief
illness. Mr. Sohultc was a native of
Gf rmany, having been born there Feb.
12. 1840. The only survivor In the
I'nited States is the wife, Mrs. Caro
line Schulti of this city. The fun
eral service will be conducted by the
Masonic order from the home at 2:30
o'clock Thursday afternoon. Burial
will take place In Oakdale cemetery.
Will Erect Elevator Plant Consum
mation of a property deal wherein A.
E. Montgomery, Moline elevator build
er, comes into possession of a little
more than three acres of land on the
river front between Twentieth and
Twenty-first streets has been closed
with Dimock, Gould & Co. The land
Is to be used as a site for an elevator
factory, the contract for the building
of which will be let within a period of
10 days. Plans are for a building cov
ering 57,600 square feet of ground
space. It will be L-shaped and its
length each way will be 240 feet. Ul
timately a two-story structure will
arise. Work on only a portion of the
new plant will begin this fall. Mr.
Montgomery expects to be housed in
the new structure by the first of the
Acquires Fifteenth Street Property.
Nelson H. Greene, vice president and
cashier of the People's Savings Bank
& Trust company, Monday came into
possession of the Hillhouse property
cn Eighth avenue and Fifteenth-and-a-half
street. The purchase price was
115,000. Through the culmination of
this deal Mr. Greene -secures title to
all property fronting on the south side
on Eighth avenue between Fifteenth
and Fifteenth-and a-half streets. The
total amount of cash involved in the
deal approximates $45,000.
Building Boom in East Moline. It is
estimated that there are no less than
150 buildings of different descriptions
being erected at the present time in
East Moline. The city is experiencing
a boom which Is not likely to be re
tarded even when the cold weather
seta In. All the contractors are rush
ed with demands for their services.
C. W. Hink, an East Moline builder, is
supervising the erection of three new
brick business blocks and a number
of residences, the aggregate cost of
which will reach $30,000.
sons, Boyd and Lowell, drove from
their borne at Buffalo Prairie to Foster
in their auto Sunday, where they at-
Followed Lady; Arrested. Henry
Eckerly is confined in the police sta
tion facing charupH of rtisnrrterlv rnn.
tended the services at the Baptist duct and assault with a deadly wea
church, and spent the afternoon with pon. Warrant for his arrest was se
Mr. and Mrs. John Bowser. Miss cured a week ago by Miss Edna Carl-
Eleanor Klelst accompanied them andif""' res,ucnl ol "otK ls"
it is tne allegation of Miss Carl-
Mrs. Lita Gibson departed Thurs
day for her home at Orient, Iowa,
after several weeks' visit with rela
tives in this vicinity.
Mrs. Mctireer returned home Thurs
day, after having apent a week at
W, P. Downey's home.
Mr. and Mrs. Walt Kimball and
son that Eckerly followed her to her
home, causing great annoyance. The
DieBch, of New Boston, LI., spent other warrant was issued last niirht
Sunday with friends in Foster and'for Karl Kolmerer. who declares that
spent Sunday with her parents.
Lyman H. McWall and friend, Mr.
Rev. and Mrs. Buess and children
of Wrayville, 111., and Mrs. K. Kettle
kamp and two children of Muscatine
spent Sunday afternoon at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Meves, near
The meetings are still being held
at the German M. E. church. The
services last evening were conducted
by Rev. H. E. Morton of Pella, Iowa,
pastor of the Foster Baptist church.
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Coleberg and
family of Sweetland Center, Iowa,
spent Sunday with relatives near
Religion and Medicine
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fa lit ' rr-fV
life and to overcome disease than the j in vain for a physical remedy aimply
one who has no such faith. A truly ; because he has lost his grip on vital
religious man makes a better patient ' religion, the religion that not only
than an irreligious man. I provides salvation in the world to
In using the word religion I am not come, but soundness of body and mind
referring to any particular kind of re- j In the world that is.
liplcn. The Jew and the gentile, the j Yes. there Is a most Intimate rela
Catholic and the prctestant, each have i tion between medicine and religion,
a religion In which they believe. They j Other things being equal, the irrelig
also agree in the essentials. i ious man stands a poor chance of get-
A religious man may believe that it ! ting well hc-n he is sick, while the re
Is necessary for him to use every ' ligious man frequently gets well in the
means In his power to get well. He1 most astonishing way after the doc-
may believe that It is perfectly proper , tors have ail given him up to die. With
Eckerly shot at hlra.
Factories Seek Laborers. Local fac
tories have become handicapped be
cause of the sudden cessation of daily
activities upon the part of Greeks.
The freight transfer yards at Silvia
are perhaps more crippled than any
other one department of any shop.
There the men who have been employ
ed in trucking have all laid down their
trucks and have requested their pay.
The consequence is that the authorities
at Silvls have sent out agents hunting
for men, an unusual occurrence.
hospital left last night for Topeka,'
i-an., to accept a position. !
Mrs. Bert Bowles of Rapids city and
Mrs. Bert Cook of Watertown were
East Moline visitors- today.
The Baptist Aid society meets next
Wednesday with Mrs. A. J. Lavine,
south of Warner's Crossing.
Miss Marie Gill is visiting in Daven
port with Mrs. Fred Willy.
Philip Keene and daughter, Mrs.
Ida Trimper, ef Moline, are spending
a couple of weeks here at the W. B.
Keene home, then they leave to spend
the winter in Florida.
The bible study class will meet
Tuesday evening with Mrs. Frank Hix
on Fourth avenue.
Mrs. Snow spent Saturday and Sun-
ray In Geneseo with relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Schave visited
over Sunday with Geneseo relatives.
Miss Grace Henry is here from
Idaho visiting at present with her
sister, Mrs. Bert Cook. She expects
to make Moline her home for a wmle
Dr. Ell ings worth, wife and mother,
Mrs. Evans, visited Sunday with the
doctor's mother at Geneseo.
Mrs. Dave Cook of Hampton visited
yesterday at L. Trevillyan's home.
A crowd of Watertown friends of
Mrs. Lillie Sederlund were guests at
a house party at the home of her
brother near Cook's school house, Fri
Mr. and Mrs. George Scott spent
Sunday in Rock Island at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. Frank McLain.
Louis Pinkerton is moving his fam
ily today to Iowa.
Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Jackson lef
today for their home at Sherly, Mich.,
after a pleasant visit with the family
of their uncle, Mr. Booth.
Mrs. Florence Allyn of Hot Springs
Ark.,' is the guest of her cousin, Mrs.
D. I. Allsbrou.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hill of Silvls
were Sunday visitors at the home of
the latter'a sister, Mrs. Eric Bowman.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Allen SDent
Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Schinock
Mrs. Emma Ellis and daughter.Golda,
of Moline, were visitors yesterday at
the Axelson home, as were also Mr.
and Mrs. Wess Waggoner, also of
Friday evening the scholars of the
Baptist Sunday school enjoyed a re
ception in the basement of the church.
A regular picnic lunch was served.
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Woolenzien spent
Saturday and Sunday at the home of
a sister of the former at Albany.
Mrs. S. R. Wainwrlght of Zuma
spent Monday with Mrs. William Fil
Miss Florence Hannah- of Moline
was a Sunday visitor with Mr. and
Mrs. Rolla Bailey.
Thomas Baff and family spent Sun
day at Davenport with relatives.
Saturday evening a party of about
20 of the young people of Watertown
gave a party at. M. W. A. hall. A social
time was enjoyed and at a late hour
supper was served by , Mrs. George
Mrs. Joey Peterson goes to Aledo
Wednesday morning to viBit a cousin,
Miss Jennie Brown.
Mrs. Philip Peirce and daughter,
Leola, spent Sunday in Davenport
with Mrs. A. Neuman.
Minnie, the seven-year-old daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Lochman, was taken
to the city hospital Friday for an
ROYAL the mosS celebrated
of all the baking powders In
the world celebrated for tts
great leavening strength and
purity It makes your cakes,
biscuit, bread, etc. healthful, it
insures you against alum and
all forms of adulteration that
go with the low priced brands.
The Silvia Athletic club gave a
dance at Kuhne's hall last. Thursday
evenug, which was largely attended.
The local band assisted by the Silvis
orchestra furnished some fine music
for the occasion.
R. Hoy and family of Geneseo
were visiting relatives and friends
Mrs. Mary Phelps has as a guest
her sister-in-law of Paxton, 111.
Mrs. Ray Thompson has returned
home from a several days' visit in
Mrs. A. Otto was paid a visit by
her father of Peoria.
Mr. and Mrs. James Phelps have
arrived home from a several weeks'
visit at Chicago.
B. Freed and family of Ohio were
visiting old friends here. Mr. Freed
had previously been a resident of
The Epworth league will give a
play entitled "The Old District
School," Nov. 5 and Nov. 8. Miss
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operation on the eye which was blind-!"0 ul1 OI xloUK ,B'a,,u WI" K've "
ed a few weeks .ago while playing at j for tne beneflt of the league,
school. Word was received here by Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. John Dawson were' Mary Harper of the death of her
pleasantly surprised Saturday evening! daughter in California.
t.,-, .,,.! I Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Fry have been
and friends fathered J their hnmP i entertaining Mr. and Mrs. Hughas visiting her mother here while
in honor of their 30th wedding anni-! PnelP8 of Cedar Rapids.
vr., a riQo.o . ! The Epworth league of the Metho
and a delicious lunch was served. j dist church conducted special service j Meier were visiting at Colona Frl
mtwm r i To,.-- i . Sundav at the church. day.
MISS BLANCHE WILSON
MISS TEEL'S HAIR SHOP
Room 410 Best Building
Telephone West 2024
Shampooing, manicuring, scalp
massage, facial massage, halr
dreBsing, hair goods and toilet
George McKlnley and the Misses
Pearl Ball, Kate Crowder, Ethel Mc
Connell collected the money for uotu
any home, It being tag day in Silvis.
Miss Mellin, who teaches the sev
enth and eighth grades, was paid 4
visit by her three sisters of Moline
Mrs. CowIcb of Vermont Is visiting
her children here and wili remain all
Mrs. M. A. Dailey returned homa
to Iowa, after visiting relatives.
Oscar Johnson is suffering from the
effects of a badly bruised knee, the
result of a kick from a fractious horse.
J. Wallace is spending a few days
Mrs. William Downing of Sterling
; enroute to Lansing, Iowa.
Mrs. Frank Hall and Mrs. Richard
The date set for the annual coun
try fair of the Methodist Aid society
is Oct. 30, afternoon and evening, in
the church basement. Lunch will be
served in the evening.
I vere attack of quinzy.
Miss Elsie Coder of Moline was a
' Watertown visitor Sunday.
Miss Sarah Coleman, a sister of
Charles Coleman, arrived Saturday
evening from Mt. Pleasant, Iowa. Her
mother and brothers lately moved
here from near Anna.
Mrs. D. I. Allsbrou and Mrs. Flor
ence Allyn were calling on friends
and relatives at Port Byron Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Keene and fam
ily were Sunday guests at the home
Mr. and Mrs. Philip Peirce are en
tertaining their daughter, Hazel and of Mr. and Mrs. Sandstrom of Moline.
husband of Rock Falls. , c. 11. Dewrose and family of East
D. Y. Allsbrou, accompanied by his Moline were visitors Sunday at. the
niece, Mrs. Mame Wake, of Joslin, home of Fred Stuart.
left last week for a two weeks' visit Mr. and Mrs. Al Gregg motored to
at Lewistown, Mont. j Nahant Saturday afternoon to visit
RoIIand Lloyd, who was so severely Mrs. Gregg's mother.
injured while at work in the Silvis Mrs. W. W. Pearsall and daughter.
yards some four weeks ago, is now , Mary, Mrs. Clarence Filbrook and
for him to employ doctors and take a firm faith in a rational religion and able to be out and expects to be able Mrs. Flora Trent and daughter, Mame,
11 Tim V A
S. B. Hartmann, M. .
Is there any intimate relation be-
medlcinea. But he also believes that ' an obedient use of the right remedy
when he has done the best he can ! a great many hopeless invalids could
there is a higher power that has , be restored to perfect health,
charge of his affairs, that absolute Jus- j Well, you have made it clear as to
ti.-e will be done him, that no evil J what you mean by religion. But what
thing can befall a good man. He goes is the remedy you would recommend?
forward with confidence, sick or well, j Of course I would recommend differ
rlch or poor, and gets a great deal ! ent remedies for different conditions,
more comfort out of life than the man But the particular remedy that I am
who has no religion. j interested in at this time, the remedy
I have found myself saying many ; that meets more chronic ailments than
times to people who have a chronic any other remedy I know of, is Peru
ailment, "You need religion as well as na, Teruna is a remedy for that mul
medicine. You need faith in an over-', titudinous group of ailment that are
ruling providence that guides every-' dependent upon catarrhal derange-
tween religion and medicine?
Yes. there is. The old time healer thijlf, t0 wte .nae: tnat affliction ' meuts.
was was also the priest. Theology and j 0f disease teaches a lesson that every I am furnishing a book on catarrhal
medicine have not maintained a sep-1 cne should strive to learn." diseases which I send to any person
artte fiitftc nee very long. They! Thin fine nnf mn that atpk nonnU f re In this hnnlr t cvr.la m,lrA f
ly the uses of Peruna. Those who do
not care to wait to send for the book
let at this time will find information
and Instruction as to the general uses
to resume work in a few days. I visited with Mrs. Ouo Peterson Thurs-
The hour of services at the Metho-'day and Friday,
dist church has been changed to 6:15 Miss Sadie Mercer of Hillsdale was
in the evening. a, Sunday visitor at the Browning
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Taylor are en- home,
tertaining relatives from Osborne for Emanuel Prterson visited his els
several days. ter, Mrs. Louisa Carlson, of Moline,
Walter Scott, who was taken seri- yesterday. He Jeaves tonight for
ously ill Monday evening is iniprov- Sheliahl, Iowa, to spend the winter
ing and is now considered out of with bis daughter, Mrs. Joe Ander
danger. j 80n.
Miss Hazel Johnson, who suffered) Mr. and Mrs. Charles Neslon and
a severe attack of tonsilitis last week, ' Dr. and Mrs. Powell of Lyndon wert
is greasy improved and is able to ever Sunday guest at the horn of
be about again.
Mrs. Kate Hicks of Chicago arrived
Mr. and Mrs. Wise,
Bruce Ellis a former Watertown
the latter part of the week for a visit , boy, but now of Ohio, 111., was call
with her sister, Mrs. George Allsbrou, ' ing on old friends here last evening,
and her father. Rev. J. J. Margiletn. : He is moving shortly to Burlington,
Mrs. F. B. Cox and baby of Moline j Wis., to accept a positioa
visited with Watertown friends and j Mrs. Browning is entertaining her
attended the Methodist Aid last week, j sister, Mrs. Weimer, of Hillsdale.
Mrs. W il.iam Anderson of Rock Is-
.0 tie rne. c. there Is an lull- r tn .it iim. mil trust that an nv
maie rel:siou between religion and ! ruling providence will do everything,
medicine. Nothing of the sort. He is to use re me
lt is well known of a person who ! dies rulded by his best Judgment, but
ent a with ur.thankfulness and 111-nat-1 in the use of them he can believe that j of Peruna explained within the wrap
tired rpirit. that his food will not have 'all things are well and that in the end j per of each bottle,
the same effect as if he were In a jail things will come out right. Anyj Pe-runa, Man-a-lln and La-eu-pia
kindly mood. The same is true of : medicine has a better chance to cure manufactured by the Pe-ru-na com
medicine. If a person swallows a medi-!a man who holds such a faith. pany, Columbus, Ohio. Sold at all
cine with suspicion, has no faith in its I Some men are so faithless and un-! drug stores.
action, more or le afraid of the one , believing, so restless and desperate, SPECIAL NOTICE: Many persons Justin Smith of Moline, Mrs. L. H. ' lifted for two months. She began the
no gives mm me medicine. 11 cannot j tneir micas so unsettled, tnat even tne inquire Tor the Old-time Peruna. They
c!o him as much good as if he had un-; best of medicine has little chance to ' want the Peruna that their fathers
wavering faith in it. j do them any good. Therefore I sajand mothers used to take. The old
The mind has a wonderful influence that religion Is often quite as neces-! Peruna is now called Katarno. If your
ever the body. Those who believe that: sary as medicine, that -the want of re-j druggist or dealer does not keep it for
a loving father controls the destiny j ligion frequently defeats the action of ' sale write the Katarno company, Co
crt mankind are a great deal better the best medicine. ! lumbus, Ohio, and they will tell' you
rrepared to meet the vicissitudes ofj Many a chronic invalid has searched ; al! about it. (Advertisement)
land was an all day visitor at the
home of Mrs. W. G. Ansbrook the lat
ter part of the week.
Friday last, Mrs. George Allsbrou
entertained at dinner the following:
Mrs. H. S. Rose of Rock Island-, Mrs.
Quick ReMef tor Rheumatism
George W. Koons. Lawton. Mich.,
says: "Dr. Detcbon's Relief for
Rheumatism has given or wife won
derful benefit for rheumatism. Shu
could not lift band or foot; bad to be
Snow and Mr. and Mrs. John Allsbrou jnse of the remedy and Improved rap-
In honor of her sisters, Mrs. Meister, t idly. On Monday she could not move
of Oklahoma, and Mrs. Hicks, of Chi-j ar.4 on Wednesday she got up, dressed
cago. herself and walked out for breakfasL"
Miss Grethel Ausbrook was the Sold by Otto Grot Jan, 1501 Second ave
guest of Miss Ethel Lancaster of cue, Rock Island; Gust Schlegel &
Silvis over Friday night. i Son, ?20 Wet Second street. Dav en-
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Gallegly of the i port. (Advertisement)
Mrs. N. Hanson is slowly recover
ing from the effects of a runaway In
which she was rendered unconscious.
Last Saturday afternoon Mrs.
The local order of Eastern Stars
met Tuesday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Murray are
visiting relatives at Chicago.
"The best value in a
Mink set ever put on the
(PJv making fur
small pieces right here in the
middle of the fur district for
Ve know values, and we
all agree with the head man.
And mind you this Mink
It was Mink when it walked
on four legs.
It is guaranteed under the
Pure Fur Law
And you know what that
Ask your retailer about this set
If he's the one that likes the whole truth about what he sells
he's pretty likely to handle Gordon Furs.
Write us a line asking for the Gordon Fur I5ook.
We will hold one of these Mink sets for you (if you say the word)
or send it, through your fur man for you to look over.
We'd like to feel you agree with the head man, And the rest of us.
The price of this set? Oh yes, $1 15.00. Muff alone, $55.00.
Gordon & Ferguson, St. Paul