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THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS. MONDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 1912.
Another Man MlMing. Following
closely upon th report of tb absence
of William Brandt last Monday comes
the reported absence of Theodore
Madsen. 1518 West Second street. Mr.
Madsen has not been sen since Mon
day afternoon, when he left his home
and started ont to collect some bills.
H Informed his wife when he depart
ed that he would return for the even
ing meal, but no word was received
from him and no trace of him has
slnoe been found. At the time of his
departure from home he seemed In a
cheerful frame of mind and there was
nothing to worry him that his wjfe
knew of. She states that she Is at a
loss to account for his strange dis
appearance. It Is supposed that Mr.
Madsen had a good sum of money on
him when he disappeared. No trace of
either Mr. Madsen or Mrr Brandt has
thus far bwn found by the police or
by the relatives of the two missing
New Record for Run to Chicago. O.
Decker French and Louis O. DeAr
ma&d. In the former's boiler returned
Saturday from Chicago after making
a record run from Davenport to the
abov city. The run took five and
one-half hours, an average speed of
over 26 miles an hour. Eleven cities
were passed on the run.
Davenporter Hurt at Cedar Falls.
O. A. Johnson, a Davenport man,
foreman of construction of the teach
ers' training school In Cedar Falls, fell
from a scaffold to the ground 10 feet
below Saturday and sustained several
minor Injuries. He was badly bruised
about the neck and shoulders, and was
takn to the hospital.
Sue the C, R. I. A. P. Suits against
the Chicago, Rock Island & Pacific
railroad for $5,000 and $10,000 have
been filed In the district court. The
plaintiffs are Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Haley.
Mra. Haley, who asks the sum of $5,
000, claims that while a passenger on
one of the defendant's trains between
Eldon and Floris, Iowa, she was forc
ed to stand. While In this position,
she claims, the train lurched and she
fell heavily against one of the seats.
Her Injury is permanent according to
the allegations made. Mr. Haley seeks
the sum of $10,000 for medical bills
and because of Injury to bis wife.
Obituary Record. Miss AnnaAuguB
ta Lee, aged 6! years, died at 1:30
o'clock Friday evening at the Mercy
nospuai after a lingering illness. De
ceased was born Sept. . 1843. in the
tate of New York. The body was
ent to Liberty vllle. 111., at 4:60 o'clock
yesterday afternoon. The funeral ser
Tlces will be held in Llbertyville Mon
Mrs. C. H. Schneider and two sons
are visiting relatives in Galesburg.
Miss Mattle Maupln, who has been
visiting here for some time, has re
turned to her home in Shelbina, Mo.
Mrs. William Conk, after a six weeks'
visit with her aunt. Mra. Nancy Wat
son. returned to Philadelphia Wednes
day. Harry McLees has arrived with his
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Dr. Krapp and wife have been visit
ing Dr. Long and other friends. Dr.
Krapp was located In Orion a num
ber of years ago.
Mr. and Mrs. M. D. Keel spent Sun
day near Geneeeo.
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Rohrbeck at,
tended the funeral of Albert Wagle
in Geneseo Sunday.
Misses Eunice and Edna Magnuson
of Rock Island visited from Friday un
til Monday with home folks.
Mrs. G. H. Wayne. Mrs. II. V. Con-
over and Mr. and Mrs. Bolles were In
Cambridge Saturday attending the fu
neral of Charles Williams.
The Ladlee' Aid society of the Bap
tist church met Thursday afternoon
with Mrs. H. H. Rhoadearmer.
Dr. Long was in the trl-cities In his
Miss -Nint Chilberg wss plessantly
surprised by 25 of her friends Satur
dsy evening The decorations and
games were In keeping with Hallow
e'en, and light refreshments were
served. Miss Chilberg was presented
with a sum of money as a remem
brance. Miss Chilberg has resigned
her posilon as telephone operator,
which took effect Nov. 1.
Mr. and Mre. John Weborg left
Tuesday eyenlng for Minnesota to at
tend the funeral of Mrs. Weborgs
A party of 18 Orion people attended
the play at the Burtis opera house in
Davenport Wednesday night.
A bull moose rally will be held Mon
day evening in the opera house. J.X.
Kelsey, candidate on the progressive
ticket for member of the state board
of equalisation, and Rev. Henry Brink
of Orion will discuss the policies of
Mrs. Harry Quayle and little son of
Rock Island spent Sunday with rela
Mr. and Mrs. John Gustafson. Sr.,
entertained their two sons and their
families at a dinner at their home
The Ladies' Aid society of the M. E.
church was entertained at the home
of Mrs. J. S. Peterson Thursday after
noon. On account of the rain only a
few were present.
Mies lone Lohman will spend the
week end with her mother, who resides
Lame back comes on suddenly and
is extremely painful. It is caused by
rheumatism of the muscles. Quick re
lief is afforded by applying Chamber-
Iain's liniment. Sold by all druggists.
a rich, delicious flavor.
Sold by all grocers.
Greeks Have Praise Service
Greeks who remain is the trl-cities re
turned thanks Sunday in regulap
church services held In East Moline.
Because of the recent victories achiev
ed by the armies of the Balkan states
and the present prospects of success
for the overthrow of the Ottoman,
Sunday morning services were devoted
to a thasksglvlng. Rev. Sofronioa Kar-
applperis delivered an address center
ed about recent developments in the
Large School Enrollment. Enroll
ment figures for October show a total
of 5,548 pupils in attendance in public
schools of this city. Compared with
last month and with one and two years
ago, a decided increase is noted. The
increase over September is due largely
to the including in this month's re
port of the enrollment of the night
school for foreigners and of the contin
uation school for shop apprentices.
These are included only in the figures
of total enrollment As a basis for
comparison. Superintendent C. H. Max-
eon has used only the elementary pu
pils, being all the pupils except the
high school asd the night and appren
Boat Livery Changes Hands. Fred
erick A. Peterson, former member of
the Peterson Bros, boat livery firm,
has disposed of his interests here and
In Rockford to C. S. Nyqulst, Velie
plant department foreman. Mr. Peter
son has gone to O'Neill, Neb., to oper
ate a farm which he has acquired.
His brother Emil will continue in the
business with Mr. Nyqulst. The new
firm plans to enlarge Its liveries and
improve Us boathouses In Moline and
Grants Continuance of Case. When
Justice W. E. Whiteside refused to
grant further continuance for youth
ful prisosers Kent Holland and Alvin
Bloom in the William Lay shooting
case, Attorney M. J. McEniry for the
Bloom boy asked for a change of
venue. Granted, the case went to the
court of Justice H. N. Williams, where
It was continued for another week.
Mr. and ,Mrs. T. S. Silvia have re
turned home to Wagner, S. D, after
visiting relatives here.
A number from here will attend the
Baptist Sunday school convention at
Reynolds next week.
Mr. Props has accepted a position
at the Marseilles factory, East Mo
Mr. Plemens has moved to Second
avenue and Sixth street.
Earl Banks was host at the home of
his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry
Banks of Sixth street to a number
of his classmates at a Hallowe'en
party Friday evening.
Mrs. Earl Evans of Moline visited
friends here Wednesday and Thursday.
Ml6S Laura May Tomer was the vic
tim of a birthday surprise party last
ednesday evening perpetrated by her
schoolmates. It was a Hallowe'en
Miss Mildred Hood entertained
number of her classmates at a Hallow
e'en party at her home on Eighth
street Thursday evening. '
J. H. Leasure visited relatives at
Jcslin last week.
Mrs. E. L. 8cott Is spending a few
dsys with her mother at Sheffield.
Mrs. V. McKnlght is visiting rela
tives at India and will remain several
Mrs. F. Hall spent last Wednesday
in colons with relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. F. Stephens of Gen
eteo have been visiting relatives here
E. SherrlL formerly of Rock Island
has started a hotel on Ninth street.
Mrs. Harper Is visiting relatives at
Tb home of Mr. and Mrs. Conrad
Nllson waa the scene of a pleasant
gathering last Friday evening. It being
a Hallowe'en surprise party tn honor
of their son, Raymond's birthday.
Mrs. H. Kirkpatrlek Is sick.
Miss Blanche Bromley of Rock Is
land visited relatives here Tuesday.
Mra. J. Kerwln visited friends in
Carbon Cliff last week.
C. Ferguson was paid a visit by his
sister of Victor. Iowa.
Miss Edna Ransom has returned
home to Cable after visiting relatives
T. Elliot and family of Cable visited
relatives nere Sunday.
Mrs. Withers poon Is visiting rela-!
tivee at Genes eo.
Mrs. F. L. Haddock la visiting rela
tives at Dee Moines, Iowa.
Mrs. William Downing and daogh.
ter, Elizabeth, are visiting relative!
hrre while enroute home to Sterling
fiom Lansing, Iowa, where they visit
J. H. Leasure arrived home from
Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada,
where he has been setting up binders
for the East Moline Harvester com
pany the past four months.
The Hallowe'en sociable given by
the Willing Workers of the Baptist
church last Thursday evening waa well
Mra. S. J. Bull entertained last Sun
day Stewart Bull, wife and little daugh-
ter of East Moline, Frank Bull of East
Moline and Mat Bull and family ot
Miss Gertrude Larson Is spending
the week at Carbon Cliff with friends.
Mrs. 8. D. Hokinson has returned
home from a visit at Lansing, Iowa.
wltn her sister.
Mrs. Ida Frymeyer spent part of
last week here, returning home to Car
bon Cliff Monday.
The Methodist Ladies' Aid society
had a Hallowe'en sociable at the
church last Thursday evening.
Mra. William Allison of Carbon Cliff
spent Monday here with relatives and
Mrs. Hueston has been entertaining
her mother of Iowa.
Boyd McMichaela of Rose Hill was
a guest at the A. Tubbs home Sun
day. F. B. Haddock and family are enter
taining Miss Ella Johnson and mother
of Aledo. 111.
H. J. Carlson and family of Seventh
street have been enjoying a visit from
II. Nelson and family of Buda.
Mrs. Grace Stephens was paid a vis-
It by her sister and brother of Anna-
Miss Catherine Bull Epent part of
Tuesday In the tri-cltles.
Mrs. A. Tubbs and daughter, Mrs.
Murray, spent last Tuesday In the trl
cities. Arthur Graham spent Monday in
Mrs. Emll Klebe and little daughter
arc visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Krapp of Coal Valley.
Mr. Rhinehart and family are enjoy
ing a visit from his mother and
brother of Chicago.
Mrs. Richard Bell will entertain the
Woman's club next month.
Quarterly meeting services were
held at the Methodist church Wednes
The Baptist Ladies' Aid society met
at the church Wednesday afternoon.
The lecture given at the Baptist
church last Thursday evening by Mr.
Jewel was well attended.
Richard Bell and family entertained
Irma SIncox and parents, and W. Bell
and wife and daughter of Sherrard
Mrs. James Shannon was paid a vis
it by her sister of Atkinson, 111.
Mrs. W. L. Johnson has as a guest
Miss DeBord of Nebraska.
Mrs. E. Corbln is sick.
The Pioneer Birthday club was en
tertained by Mrs. C. NielBon Saturday.
Yellow chrysanthemums formed the
decorations and Mrs. Nielson received
some beautiful pieces of silverware
from those present.
H. Roland was paid a visit by his
Bister, Mrs. J. Howard, who resides at
Mrs. R. Shadel has returned home
from a visit at Colfax, Iowa.
Roy Adams and family of Rock Is
land spent last Sunday-here at the
heme of J. A. Johns.
G. J. Smith are spending a few days
In Chicago. K
Mrs. W. Stover had as guests Sun
day Meadames Niciwander, Roland and
Paden of Davenport.
Mme. Fallieres, the wife of, the
French president, has astonished Paris
by refusing to retire to the country
when her husband's term of office ex
pires in February, instead of going
to Louplllon, where M. Fallieres has
spent a fortune making a splendid
country estate, the president has ar
ranged to remain In Paris and has tak
en spacious quarters in the fashionable
President Fallieres explains the
abandonment of his long-cherished
plan of retiring to the country by say
ing that his wife refuses to go. In
the circles where she is well known It
Is said that now her husband's career
Is nearing its end her own Is Just about
to begin; that she has Ideas and
opinions of her own as a hostess which
she has been waiting to carry out when
released from official etiquette.
Mrs. H. Pass and Miss Maargaret
Pass of Moline visited with Mrs. W.
Lloyd this week.
On Wednesday evening Paul Ger
bardt was host to 30 young folks, the
occasion being a Hallowe'en party.
The bouse decorations were appro
priate to the mystic eve, and the young
folks had a merry time. Various games
were Indulged in, including contests
In which prizes were given.
Mrs. John Holland and Mra L. E.
Bee kw 1th were entertained at dinner
at the home of the former's brother.
Frank Bay of East Moline.
Mr. and Mrs. William Gainey spent
Sunday at Silvia with Mrs. Gainey's
sister, Mrs. LeRoy Hampson.
The Misses Irene and Kate O'Brien
I Carbon C htt li
11 JX Just an ordinary
W I ,f I knowledge of bak
r Ir-AV inor recrairements on
r5C j to produce perfect
If J if Powder. Calumet by
If III qualities does the rest.
If ,4 41 Leave your next
Pj'i, improvements also
pS&r economical in cost i
of Barstow visited this week with
their aunt Mrs. B. A. Hennegaa
E. C. Crouch, from Penn, Ky, re
turned home from a several months
trip, on Wednesday.
F. J. Smith and C. E. Smith of Mo
lina came on Wednesday for a duck
hunt with the former's son. Wyman
Cyrus Kennedy and family came
down in, their auto from Geneaeo on
Wednesday for a visit with hla broth
er, Scott Kennedy, and family.
A BATTLE IN THE SEA.
Wanton Slaughter When Bluafish and
Did yon ever see blueflth charge a
school ot menhaden at sea? That is
something worth seeing. The blueflsh
throw their lines forward until they al
most surround the menhaden, and the;
attack them flank and rear. The men
haden fairly make the water boll In
their efforts to escape, while all around
the enemy Is at them tearing relent
Into all this commotion comes
great shark. It's a picnic for the shark
a school of menhaden all herded up for
hla benefit It swims leisurely Into the
midst of them, opens Its mouth and
takes In half a dosen menhaden at a
gulp. It swims around and bitea out
half a doxen more from the school. It
gorges Itself without effort.
But the menhaden are not nearly as
much disturbed by the presence of the
monster swimming about among them
aa they are by the charging blueflsh.
The shark takes half a dozen fish or
more at a bite, while the blueflsh only
bites a piece out of a single fish, but
there is only one shark, while there
may be thousands of blueflsh plunging
and tearing incessantly and killing and
maiming at every stroke.
The shark's a brute, but under such
circumstances the menhaden have less
of fear than they have of contempt for
WONDERS OF BAALBEC.
A Building Problem That Has Puuled
Baatbec, or Baalbek, Is the nam
given a ruined city lying in ancient
Coele. Syria, forty-five miles northwest
There la nothing particularly re
markable about a ruined city being
found in the locality mentioned, but
the size of the blocks of stone used
br the ancient builders of this partic-
j The "blues" anxiety sleeplessness and warnings of pain and dls-
jff 'tress are sent by the nerves like flying messengers throughout body and'
fi limbs. Such feelings may or may not be accompanied bv backache or II
headache or bearing down. The local disorders and Inflammation, if there
Is any, should be treated with Dr. Pierce's Lotion Tablets. Then the
nervous sytttm and the entire womanly make-up feels the tonic effect of
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when taken systematically and for any period of time. It Is not a"cure-all."
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Pure in ttie
your part is all that is necessary-
bakings with Calumet Bakioff
' its purity and perfect leavening
baking to Calumet and note -the
iota the saving for Calumet is
nduse. All good grocers sell it. '
WarhTifW Fod Expmitie.
How to save on your butter' bill.
When butter ranges froni 30o
to 3 Co a pound you nttorally
look about for somethiRj ihat
win take its plaoe and at rIow-
Try Moxley, a high grade
butterine. You wil be delighted.
A flavor so sweet. Difficult to
distinguish from best dairy but
ter and the price isn't prohibi
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8peclal, two pound
Daisy, one pound
In neat odor proof carton.
Try some today.
F. R. Ruschmann
nlar city Is something that has pus
sled the modern engineers since the
day whed Baalbec was first made the
Mecca of the oriental traveler.
There are immense sfones on every
side of the visitor to this ancient pile
of ruins, but the three most remarka
ble blocks said to be the largest ever
used in the construction of a building
are In a wall back of the temple of
These Immense stones are respec
tively sixty-four, sixty-three and sixty
two feet in length and each is thirteen
feet in thickness, but the most wonder
ful thing in connection with them Is
the fact they are at a place In the wall
twenty-five feet from the ground.'
How these Immense blocks of granite
were ever raised to such a height Is a
question that has never yet been an
swered. Industry keeps the body healthy, the
Mind clear, the heart whole and the
puree full. Simmons.
will be your verdict when you
see the new designs In wall pa
pers on exhibition here. You'll
be right, too, tor the designing
waa done by real artists and the
papers were produced by the
most skillful artisans. Not to
see these papers before choos
ing will be a big mistake.
214 MAIN 8TREET DAVENPORT.