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THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS. THURSDAY, XOVEJIBER 14, 1912.
A WOMAN SHOPPING IN THE STONE AGE AND
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Fugitive Held On Burglary Charge.
Misfortune la following closely the
wake of Frank Schwartz, aged 20
'eare, a young man who waa arrested
a week ago for being Implicated In
the theft of a pocketbook. Yesterday
he waa taken to Springfield, 111., where
he will face trial on a charge of bur
glary. Schwartz is said to have rob
bed two houses In Springfield and
then to have skipped out of the city.
He had been living in Davenport
since. Ten days ago, while employed
at a local restaurant, he was arrested
on suspicion of stealing a pocketbook.
The pocketbook was found beneath
the counter but. Schwartz admitted 1
that he had thrown it there but a j
short time before his arrest. j
Settles for $1,800. Settlement of j
the suit of Fred Vo'.lert against the
Chicago, Rock Island and Pacific
railroad, has been entered in the dis
trict court. The plaintiff receives the
sum of $1,800 In settlement in full for
his claim for Injuries.
Union Barbers Strike. Union bar
bers of Davenport have s'ruck in
Rome of the downtown shops as re
sult of an increase in wages and a
new sf-ale of tnsorial pricps which
have ben demanded of the bosses,
but to which the latter have not
agre-d. If the demands of the bar
bers are agreed to by the shop pro
prietors it will rnan an Increase In
the price of haircuts from 2 to 35
cents, trimming of beards from 13 to
25 cents and honing of razors from
25 to CO cents. The C harles Volz
shop on lower Main street was one of
the places where the men walked out
yesterday. In most of the local shops
the demands of the m-u an still
hanging fire. The men who are urg
ing the Increase point out that in var
ious cities Blirh an TlpnvAr f'nln nnrl '
Minneapolis, Minn., the cost of a hair
cut at the union shops has b'en 35 I '
cents for many years and that the 25 I years of age she emigrated to the
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cent charge has existed in Davenport
for many years whilo the price of
ether necessities has sren a material
Aged Woman Passes. Mrs. Kath
erine Dowd. !) Farrell, one of the
oldest women in Iowa, died at the age
United States and settled In St. Louis,
where she resided for over 50 years.
In the year 1850 she was married to
W. G. Dowd in the city of St. Louis.
The husband passed away 20 years
ago. Mrs. Ixwd lived In St. Louis un
til about 1902, when she came to Dav
enport, and took up her rpsldence with
Holy Family church, with interment
in the Holy Family cemetery.
Auto Firms to Double Output.
During the last year 3,182 machines
have been built and marketed by the
Mollne manufacturers of automobiles
Moline, Velio and Midland. Plana
for 1913 are for the building of 5,900
cars, nearly twice the output of the
last year. It Is possible that before
the year round to a close, the Moline
trio of auto makers will have passed
the mark which is double the output
of 1912. During the coming year 3,-
600 Velie motor vehicles are to be put
on the market, as against 2,200 for
the last year. But 200 Midland cars
were made this year, but present
plans embrace work for 250 men and
manufacture of 1,400 cars. The Mo
line Automobile company built 782
machines this year, and will raise the
mark to 1,000 during 1913.
A. M. Cobb to Succeed Luce. An
nouncement made in the home offices
of the Velie Motor Vehicle company
is that A. M. Cobb has been named
to succeed Morton H. Luce, resigned,
as manager of the Chicago branch at
1615 Michigan avenue. Mr. Luce, as
has been announced, goes to New
York City to have charge of eastern
sales for the Marion Motor company
of Indianapolis. Mr. Cobb comes to
the Velie people with 20 years of ex
perience In the motor game. He was
manager of the Thomas branch in
Chicago at the time his service were
sought by the local concern. He is
widely known along motor row In Chi
cago, has large ability as an executive
and has demonstrated that he is an or
ganizer. At the present time he is
the candidate of the progressive ele
ment of the Chicago Motor club for
treasurer of that organization.
Employes' Aid Elects Officers. Em
ployes' Aid association of the Velie
Carriage company met in annual ses
sion in the factory Tuesday evening.
Election of officers for the coming
year and report of the secretary con
stituted the business transacted. Pros
perity was so prevalent among the
employes during the year that unus
ual satisfaction exists with conditions
as they are. All officers were reelect-
President, John D. Williams;
vice president, George L. Surganty;
secretary, George L. Boomer; treasur
er, M. F. Smith. The treasurer re-
tem of handling the various activities
of the department. All members of the
gymnasium classes are being divided
inft congenial groups of from eight
to fifteen men each. These groups
are to compete against one another
for athletic supremacy in a varied
program of events, including ordinary
athletics, gymnastics, acquatics . and
games. Each event win count a cer
tain number of points. In the games
points will be counted for the group
or team as a whole, whT.e in other
event computation will be made for
, Obituary Record. Evelyn Matilda,
2-year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Erick Forslund of 2323 Twenty-nrst
street, succumbed at 5:20 Tuesday
afternoon to an attack of pneumonia.
She was taken ill Sunday evening.
Be6ide the sorrowing parents, survi
vors are a little brother and a sister.
The funeral was held from the late
home at 2:30 Thursday afternoon.
Burial was in Riverside cemetery.
her son, at whose home she died. She
of 94 years at the reHtdence of her ! leaves to mourn her death three
son, v. i. liowd, 14.'S Went Pleasant j daughters, Mrs. E.len Callahan and j Scott county, where she has since re
treci, at ociock lmsday arter-: Mrs. Will Jones of St. Louis and Mrs. , sided. She was united in marriage
noon after a brief Illness of seven L. B. Lancaster of Columbus Junction, j w ith Henry Berg in 1856, the couple
weens duration. Mrs. Dowd was a ! Iowa, besides one son, W. L. Dowd, of
native of Ireland, having been born in this city. The funeral services were
that country, F b. 20, 1K18. When 23 I held at 8:30 this morning from the
Obituary Record. Mrs. Louis Berg
aiea at 10:J0 ociock Tuesday evening ied:
at the home, 1720 Perry street, after
a short illness, at the age of 78 years.
Infirmities of old age were the cause
of death. The deceased was born in nnrtd a halanm in thp treason- of
Germany in the year 1835 and came to j $178.97. Receipts during the year, add-
the I nited States in 1847, direct, to j ed to last year's balance of $56.44, to
taled $1,265.94. Disbursements
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A SCHOOL TEACHER'S GRATITUDE:
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For 30 rears Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable
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celebrating their golden wedding anni
versary in 1906. Mr. Uerg preceded
her in death by six years, he having
died shortly after the wedding anni
versary. The survivors are six sons,
Julius, Emi;, Frank and Harry of Dav
enport, Adolph of Chicago and Ed
win of Twin Falls, Idaho, and three
daughters, Mrs. E. Wenzel, Mrs. J. F.
Nabsted't and Mrs. W. V. Sindt, all of
Clarence Henry Francois, baby son
of Mr. and Mrs. Peter Francois, 2010
West Sixth street, died at 4 o'clock
yesterday morning, aged two years.
j The child was born In Davenport May
6, 1910, and is survived by the par
. ents, two brothers, I.eo and Eddie,
and two sisters, Mary and Florence.
amounted to 1,086.97.
Call Pastor to Salem Church.
Unanimous vote of the membership
of the Salem Lutheran church, cast
at a meeting held in church parlors
Tuesday evening was to call the Rev.
Gustaf Ericson of Bertrand, Neb., to
the pastorate of the church. Though
the western minister has three months
In which to consider the call, the hope of
local congregation is that his answer
will be forthcoming at once and that
it will be in the affirmative. The Rev.
C. J. Youngberg, resigned pastor of
the church, will preach his last ser
mon in Mollne Sunday, Nov. 24, leav
ing about the 28th for Peale, Pa.,
where he w-I'.l become pastor of a
strong Swedish Lutheran congrega
tion. Y. M. C. A. Installs Group System.
Beginning this week the physical de
partment of the Y. M. C. A. is install
ing what is known as the group sys-
Danicl McXeal. Mr. and Mrs Henrv
McNeal of Watertown were in the vll-' J
John Markman of Gladstone, HI.,
visited relatives here the fore part
of the week.
The Ladies' Aid society will meet
Thursday of this week with Mrs. Bert
William Bishop of Watertown called
on Hampton relatives Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Milton Carey have
moved to the Dr. Walton Tackett
Miss Grace Benson, from near
Princeton, Iowa, returned home Sat
urday, after visiting here for some
time. Miss Florence Oltman accom
panied her home.
S. S. Baker of Reynolds was la
District Superintendent Rev. A.
Smith will preach at the M. E. churca
Sunday, Nov. 17, at 11 a. m. Services
wt:i be held there regularly at 11
a. m. each Sunday, instead of at 10
o'clock. Sunday school will be at 10
M. Shafer and family have moved
into the G. F. McNabnry dwelling.
Earnest and Andrew Ritz and fam
ilies of Rock Island visited at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Mohr
p V : 1 le to LT 1 I A L. Fl k H A X X ED1CI N E CO.
if' (I'OMIUES riALi LVJiS, MA.Vv, foradvi.e.
sour tetter will te opened, read and answered
hj woman and held in alrict confidence
Rheumatism Relieved vn a vmw Hours.
N. B. Langiey. Madison. Wis., says:
"1 waa almost helpless with rheuma
tism for about five months. Had It In
my neck bo could ont torn my bead,
and all through my nody. I tried three
doctors and many remedies without
any relief whatever until I procured
Dr. Det ebon's Relief for Rheumatism
la a tew hours the pain was relieved
and in three daya the rheumatism waa
'completely cured and I was at work."
Sold by Otto Grotjan. 1501 Second ave
sue. Rock Island: Gu; Schlegei A Son.
220 West Second street. Davenport.
flew Way To
A Wonderful Vanishing Liquid Called
Zemo That Bids farewell to All
Pimples and Facial Eruption.
Ia a Dy or Two They Qo.
The funeral of Mabel Pearsall, held
Sunday afternoon, was largely attend
ed. The service was veryjmpressive,
and the floral offerings were beautiful
and profuse. The pallbearers were
Joseph Livingston, Edward Shafer,
William Fife, Albert Boardsman, Ros
coe Flowers and Dale Chambers. Rev.
Mr. Russell, assisted by Rev. Mr. Stod
dard and Rev. Mr. Shafer, officiated.
Mrs. Cora Bowen of Davenport is
visiting a couple of days with Mrs.
Marie E. Allsbrow.
Mrs. Chris WTlldamuth entertained
her sister, Mrs. Yost of near Rapids
City, Monday night.
Miss Silvia Bergston of Muscatine
spent Sunday with her aunt, Mrs. Al
George Parsmore and son Robert
6pent Sunday visiting at Green River.
Mrs. Lindberg and mother, Mrs.
Berg, were Sunday visitors at the
James Hill home in Sllvis.
Mrs". Von Funk is entertaining her
mother from New Canton, 111.
The Methodist Aid society met Wed
nesday with Mrs. Byrd Cox of Six
teenth street, Mollne.
Ward Schneider is moving his fam
ily into the house of Dan McNeal va
cated by Bert Cook.
Mr. and Mrs. Howawants and baby
left Monday for a two weeks' visit at
Mrs. S. P. Cosna will entertain the
members of the Watertown and East
Moline Thimble club at her home on
George Allsbrow is quite poorly, be
ing confined to his home for several
Ben and Dena Rah and Jerre Mlllett
were visitors on Sunday at Hillsdale
with the family of John Rah.
Mrs. Fred Willey and son Floyd of
Davenport are spending a week with
Mrs. Wllley's parents, John Wise and
Lilas, a little daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Hart, Is quite sick.
Mrs. Joey Peterson returned Mon
day from a week's visit at Aledo with
her cousin, Miss Jennie Brown.
Dr. Taskett and John Rah of Hills
dale were callers Sunday at the James
Mr. and Mrs. Joha Booth of Hamp
ton, Iowa, arrived yesterday at the
home of their son, Fred, who is sick.
Hiram Cole spent Saturday night
and Sunday with relatives at Hills
dale. W. W. Wilson will move Saturday
into his new home on Fifth avenue.
The bible study class met Tuesday
evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas BafT enter
tained friends from near Port Byron
Mrs. A. Smith has gone to Chicago
for a short visit. She accompanied her
mother home, who had been -visiting
John McGilvary and family of Dav
enport spent Sunday at the home of
John Swanson and family.
Mrs. Ethel Bishop is visiting at
Port Byron with Mr. Bishop's parents.
Miss Helen Peck of Chicago return
ed to her home yesterday after a two
weeks' visit here with her sister. Miss
Marion Johnson. .
.Miss Lela Ausbrook and Grethel
Ausbrook spent Sunday in Mollne at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Will Anderson.
bay PMtr Cwa U UW hf a Pm
Aitboogta well known throughout the
country, ZEMO. the wonderful external
cure for all (kin afaictloni la npw being
Introduced here on a positive guarantee.
It li a marvelou remedy, and has cured
tome of the ort cajki of eczema,
pimples, blackheads, tetter, barber's Itch,
salt rheum, blotches, spotted face, chafing,.
aanarun ana ail diseases of the skin and
scalp. ZEMO Is sold by druggist at tlM
for the large regular sue bottle. Bat in
order that you may test ZEMO and have
no further excuse for any skin eruption,
a liberal S¢ slse bottle Is now on sale
at tbe Drug Stores, or Is mailed on receipt
of price by . W. Bow Medicine Co., St.
ZEMO is a pnre, clean, vanishing liquid.
The moment it touches the skin It sinks
right in and you feel tbe relief at once.
It U not a salve, paste, ointment or dress
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Zemo is sold and guaranteed by
druggists everywhere, and in Rock Is
land by F. D. G. Walker's drug store.
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These handsome presents cost you
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Remember yon still get the same
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Address Premium Dept. Tj
St Louis. Mo.
in Rock Island last Saturday and Sun
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Bare left for
Norfolk, Va,, last Tuesday.
S. J. Ferguson of Rock Island visit
ed schools in this vicinity last week.
Mrs. William Eipper spent Saturday
and Sunday in Moline and Rock Island
visiting with friends.
A telephone has been Installed In
the Adelphla school house.
A bust of Longfellow In old Ivory
and new books have been added to
MAN IS DEAD IN LAUNCH
Companion on Hunting Trip Missing;
Boat Full of Water.
Peoria. 111., Nov. 14. The body of
John E. Grunnet of Chicago was
found In a launch almost full
of water floating In a slough four
miles north of Chilllcothe, by two
hunters of this city. Ernest Sanders,
another Chlcagoan, Is missing. Grun
net and Sanders, with another youth
from Chicago, have been camping at
Chillicothe hunting for two weeks.
The party went to Lacon for
some groceries and Grunnet and
Sanders started to return In the
launch. Nothing Is known of the ac
cident which befell them.
Kin Identifies Slain Woman.
Georgetown, Conn., Nov. 14. Ernest
Dallis of New Haven, a clerk, yester
day viewed the body of the murdered
woman found in a pond here Saturday,
and partially Identified her as a rela
tive of his, Grace Cabone, a former
resident of New Haven and Bridgeport.
Dallis says he Is sure Grace Cabone
knew Jennie Cavalieri, who was re
cently murdered near Stratford by
supposed "white slavtrs."
WHEN YOUR HAIR BRUSHES OUT
Your hair is as sensitive as your skin
even more so. It stands up under heavy
hats, curling irons, and diseases of the
scalp, etc. But there is a limit.
When you comb and brush your hair la
the morning, watch for tbe "TRAILERS"
that turn grey, fall out, and comb out with
the first morning brush.
You MUST know that there's something
wrong. 'If your hair was in good health,
it wouldn't fall out, nature never intended
that. There is something wrong at the root
of things-the hair needs a tonic-a restorer.
When you are sick you take medicine.
That it your first thought. Its turning grey,
falling out, are both ways the hair has of
"complaining of illness. " It can't do It
In any other way. Do YOUR part. Use
HAY'S HAIR HEALTH
SI 00 and 50c at Unit Stores or direct upon
receipt ol price and Sealer'a Dame. Send 10c lor
trial bottle. Hollo Mar Spec. Co., Newark, N.J.
T. H. THOMA8 CO.; W. T. HARTZ.
Mr. and Mrs. David Genung visited
in Port Byron with relatives last Sun
day. MIbs Hattie Weideman of Port
Byron was a Sunday guest at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Fillmer.
Miss Hazel McConnell of Preemp
tion visited her parents here last Sun
day, returning to her school duties
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Eipper wel
comed a little son to their home last
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Sample' and
son, Harry, and Mr. and Mrs. Jury
Leea motored to Coal Valley last Sun
day, and spent the day visiting with
Joe Miller and family have moved
here from Hampton, and are living
with his mother, Mrs. W. MiKer.
Miss Mary Sample is visiting her
friend. Miss Gladys Wells, at Albany
Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Stewart are re
joicing over the arrival of a little
son at their home.
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Crawford
have returned from the west
Rev. Mr. Ellison of Moline filled the
pulpit at Bethel church last Sunday
morning and evening.
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-1 -ma-Ben xi ua i.iuiueen ana uora e.-
. oa were at their respective homes
ikt A A.' J!ai
Gave Up Hope
"I suffered five years, with awful pains, due to woman
ly troubles," writes Mrs. At D. Mcpherson, from Chad
bourn, N. C. "They grew worse, till I would often faint
I could not walk at all, and I had an awful hurting in my
side ; also a headache and a backache.
I gave up and thought I would die, but my husband
urged me to. try Cardui, so, I began, and the first bottle
helped me. By the time the third bottle was used, I could
do all my work. All the people around here said I would
die, but Cardui relieved me."
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For more than 50 years, Cardu! has been relieving
woman's sufferings, and making weak women strong and
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they obtained by the use of this purely vegetable, tonic
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Cardui strengthens, builds, restores, and relieves or Dre-
J vents unnecessary pain and suffering from womanly troubles.
it you are a woman, oegin taking Cardui, today.
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