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THE ROCK ISHAXD AEXJJJg. SXTUKETAr, 'A'UVJSMUJSK 23,1912.
THE VAUDEVILLE STAR OF THE STONE AGE
Amanda Her PetltlorwMn. Ella G.
Bushaell-Hamlin yesterday filed an
amended petition In her suit for dam-
area against L. W. Stanton and By
ron Ofcbora. She aaka the sum of $11,
381.76 for damages alleged to have
been done to her reputation, for as
sault and for Indebtedness for work'
dona She stages that the sum of
$881.75 Is due for printing work and
that the sum of 1500 is due for an al
leged assault which took place in
April, 1612, when she was struck by
the defendants. The sum of $10,000
Is asked for defamation of her char
acter. Injured In Runaway. Larry Lynch,
an employe of the city and who re
alties at 1725 West Fifth street, met
with serious Injury early yesterday
morning when the team he was driv
ing to work ran away. He waa thrown
beneath the heavy wagon and run
over, his left leg being broken below
the knee. Lynch was otherwise
bruised by the heavy wagon passing
oer his body and he received a bad
cut on the forehead from the fall to
the pavement. The team was stop
ped a short distance from the spot
where Lynch waa thrown out and no
damage was done to the wagon.
Bride 18; Groom 35. Pearl Mosher,
a pretty farmer gtrl 16 years of age,
was united in marriage to Thomas
Armstrong, 85 years old. by Justice
fhll Dauin yesterday morning. The
bride was accompanied by her moth
er and father, who gave their con
sent to the man-lace. Both the bride
and bridegroom are from Wllliams
No Bill Against Crofton. No bill
was returned against William Crof
ton, held on a charge of manslaugh
ter for the death of George Halllgan,
vho waa killed by a knife stab In a
saloon at Fourth and LeClalre streets
over a month ago. The grand jury
In Its Investigation found that Crofton
bad acted In the capacity of peace
maker and that he Inflicted the fatal
wound to his assailant only after he
bad been felled to the floor three times
vlth an Iron cuspidor. Crofton's
Konds have been dismissed and the
Investigate Teachers' Salaries.
FollowiiiK the petition of the grade
rrhool teaehers for a raise in salary,
Fuperlnteiidetit Frank L. Smart has
vrltten to some 70 cities near the
site of Davenport asking the wages
laid. Tlie data gathered from these
letters will be tabulated and pre
sented to tie committee on teachers'
ralaries. and to the board at Its fegu-
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lar meeting next month. In many
states cities of Davenport's size pay
higher wages than here, while in oth
ers the salary rate Is practically the
same and in others less. In Michigan
and Indiana, for instance, salaries are
considerably above those here, which
range from $50 to $75 monthly. But
in these two states the scholarship re
quirements for grade school teachers
are higher than In Iowa. In other
states where the requirements are
higher" there is a corresponding in
crease In wages.
Obituary Record. John W. Rey
nolds, aged 19 years, passed away at
3.15 o'clock yesterday morning at the
home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. F.
C Reynolds, 811 Taylor street, after
an illness of several years' duration.
The youth was born In Davenport Jan.
13, 1893, and is survived by the par
ents and one sister. Miss Zeta Rey
nolds. The funeral was held this af
ternoon from tne home with services
at St. Joseph's church at 2 o'clock.
Interment took place in Oakdale cemetery.
Property Transfers Represent $13,
700. Fout residence properties, repre
senting a total value of $13,700, chang
ed hands during the week. Paul Kewg
has purchased the property of John
Van Hoorebeke at 213 Third avenue,
consideration $3,700; Edward Van
Daele has secured the Joseph De
Blsschop residence, corner Thirteenth
avenue and Fourteenth street, and will
remodel It; R.-S. "Woodburn has pur
chased the Burlingame property, 1730
Twelfth avenue, and T. W. Mahcr
comes into possession of the Robert
Kane residence, Twentieth street and
Thieves Raid Home- While mem
bers of the Elmer Heck family were
absent from home at 1002 Twenty
fourth street, Thursday, thieves enter
ed the house and stole $40 In money,
a bank with some small change In it,
and valuable Jewelry. The theft was
discovered at 8 o'clock when Mrs.
Heck returned home. Every room In
the house had been ransacked in the
search for valuables. Belief of neigh
bors is that the robbery may be trac
ed to an agent who was selling small
articles in the neighborhood during
the forenoon. It Is thought that en
trance to the home was effected be
fore 11 o'clock. The thief, or thieves,
entered via the rear door, using a
skeleton key to open it They left by
way of the front door, evidently, for it
waa open when Mrs. Heck returned
home. In addition to money taken, a
gold locket and collar pin with dia
mond settings were stolen, and a comb
inlaid with gold was taken. Some old-
time coins which were highly valued
by Mr. Heck were among the stolen
Hospital Again Registered. The
management of the city hospital has
Just received word that it has again
been registered by the state board.
This is the second year that the hos
pital. Including the training school for
nurses, has been so honored. Registry
of hospitals was started two years ago,
and the fact that the local institution
has been thus standardized is recogni
tion of the efficiency of work done
there. First use of the baby incuba
tor recently installed at the hospital
was recorded last night, the case be
ing that of a baby girl from East Mo
the present foundry building on Thir
teenth street and the Abrahams-Porter
Construction company has the con- j
Talk $50,000 Theatre for East Mo-
line. Henry Hoeft of Geneseo and'F.
B. MoCluTe of St. Louis have been in
vestigating the plausibility of build
ing a $50,000 theatre in East Moline
devoted to legitimate drama and mov
ing pictures. They are expected to
meet with the Commercial club next
Monday night and talk over the prop
osition with the business' men. Mr.
Hoeft is manager of the Geneseo op
era house and Mr. McClure 1b an ex
perienced theatrical man. They feel
confident that they will be Justified in
guaranteeing 10 per cent on a $50,000
Moline Concerns Win Big Contract
Two Moline concerns the Moline Pi
ano & Organ company and the Moline
Furniture works have been awarded
contracts aggregating more than $40,
000 for furnishing fixtures for the new
Killian store of Cedar Rapids, one of
the largest department concerns in
the middle west. Work will be start
ed at once.
news all the time. The
Will Erect Molding Shed. To in
crease output and to facilitate work of
the Union Malleable Iron company in
East Moline, a molding shed to cost
approximately $2,000 will- be erected
at once. The new building will adjoin
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The Ladies' Aid society of the First
Presbyterian church of Milan met at
the home of Miss Margaret Caraugh-
han Friday afternoon.
George Crist of Milan spent Satur
day in Peoria on government business.
The child of Mr. and Mrs. Bert
Dunaway is very ill at their home on
Mrs. Charles Spickler of Big Island
is visiting with relatives In Muscatine.
Rev. Mr. Ferry of Rock Island is
supplying the congregation of the First
Presbyterian church until the pulpit
Mrs. J. C. Johnston and daughter,
Elizabeth, of Milan, spent Wednes
day with Mrs. Johnston's mother, Mrs.
Davis of Rock Island.
Mrs. Frank Barlnger of Taylor
Ridge visited Milan friends Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. George McConnell of
Bowling spent Saturday with Mr. and
Mrs. Robert McConnell of Milan.
J. B. Clark and son, Benjamin, of
Preemption spent Tuesday In Milan.
Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Severin of Mo
line were callers in Milan Monday.
Clayton Erwin of Taylor Ridge
spent Tuesday with Milan friends.
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Huntly Johnston
of Reynolds were Milan callers Saturday.
A large crowd attended the public
sale of Gust Danlelson on the Stapp
farm, Wednesday, Nov. 13.
Mrs. Lawrence Martin was a Rock
Island caller Monday.
Mrs. H. Tlmm and' daughter, Lil
lian, of Rock Island, spent Monday j
at the home of Mrs. Timm's sister, i
Mrs. Olie Johansen, of Milan.
The Milan Gun club will have a:
tehooting match Thanksgiving day.1
Some very nice prizes have been se-1
lected for the best shooter.
The new home which Mr. Lovett. is'
having erected on Sherman Street is
nearly ready for occupancy. j
The Misses Alma Johansen and '
Vera VonAch of Milan spent Sun
day afternoon with the former's sis-;
ter, Mrs. Jacob Mairs, of near Milan. 1
Mrs. Olie Johansen of Milan spent
Sunday afternoon with her sister, Mrs.
John Haalk, of Rock Island.
Mr. Harris of Beardstown, 111., is
visiting at the home of his daughter,
Mrs. W. L. Clark.
Mr. and Mrs. Horace Morgan of
Sears are the parents of a 10-pound
boy, born last week.
William Johansen of Taylor Ridge
spent Sunday with his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Olie Johansen.
Perry Ruby of Davenport spent
Monday afternoon with Mr. and Mrs.
Henry VonAch and family.
Many of the ladies of Milan at
tended the McCormick recital which
was held at the Moline theatre Thurs
Mrs. Paul Wadsworth of Bowling
spent Saturday visiting friends in
Mrs. Jacob Depew returned home
with Mrs. Lewis Kain and children
to their new home in Ruesel, Iowa.
Miss Eva Wiggins spent Wednes
day with friends in Davenport
Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Rathbun of
Bowling were Milan callers Wednes
day. Joseph Mrehead of Rice Lake,
Wis., is here visiting at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. Clark Smith.
Rev. F. I. Stev-ens, former pastor of
the First Methodist Episcopal church
of Milan, visited with old friends Tues
day. He also attended the Layman
conventon in Rock Island.
T. E. Canty and Albert Taylor of
Milan are on the jury at Rock Island.
Atlas Tindall of Bowling was a
Milan caller Wednesday.
Sanford Bingman and family spent'
Wednesday at the home of Mrs. Blng
man's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Robert
John Llpton of Preemption was a
Milan business caller Wednesday.
Frederick Miller of Taylor Ridge
was a Milan business caller Wed
nesday. Mrs. F. S. Hunter of Boston, Mass.,
and Mrs. W. H. Smith of Chicago
are visiting at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Ira Zahn and the latter's moth
er, Mrs. Alec Owens.
Charles Peterson of Rldgewood
spent Wednesday In .Milan.
Robert Miller of Taylor Ridge has
Mr. and Mrs. Kester McMlchael en
tertained at supper Tuesday evening
in honor of "Mrs. H. N. White of Penn
sylvania, the following guests: Mr. and
Mrs. Harry Rhoadarmer and family
of Orion, Charles McMichaeL Mr. and
Mrs. F. G. White and Mr. and Mrs.
John Vanderslice of Milan.
Miss Lucile Maizo and Tom Ehe-
Best Office Building
: : : : 2d Ave., 1 7th St.
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BATCHELDBB, M. D. JL CO 414
TKI-CITY ADV. CO 503
BTAIDIHAH, O. P. . OS
ATTO RN EYS-AT-LA W.
UAVBKRO, J. H. ..
LIDOLFH, W. 1.
UAITKER. J. W. . ,
SCUROEJJEK, C. J.
FISHER, E. D. SOS
CLINB A SHAW FUEL CO 605
COLLIERIES SALES CO 501
1RJ-CITY COAL, CO SOO
AMES, DR. E. P. . -3M
HAI.NLINE, DR. E. M BOS
MARTIN, DR. W. E. 604
MUELLER. DR. O. W. 503
SHERRARD, DR. B. H. 400
Bl'KKHART, DR. HADA 311
I'OJIEGVS, DR. J. P. 407
DART, DR. RALPH ........... .407
FOSTER, DR. C T. ...401
FREYTAG, DR. C. P. 803
PBTRIE, DR. ETTA 00
STOCKER, DR. A. 511
INSURANCE FIRE. SUITE.
HUBBARD A TO-N-Jt 4
KRELL, E. U. ....U
MAUCKKR, W. C. 507
COLUMBIA NATIONAL LIFE
(of Boston) . . .OOS
HUGHES PRATT 4U
ILLINOIS LIFE INS. CO 408
METROPOLITAN LIFE (of
NEW YORK LIFE (of N. Y.)....ia
CUT RATE LOAN' CO 304 L9
FIDELITY LOAN CO .403
LOANS REAL ESTATE.
LIDOLPH, W. L. SOS
SCUROEDER, C. J . 805
WILSON, MISS BLANCHE 410
REAL ESTATE LANDS.
HUBBARD A TONN 400
HUGHES A PRATT .......413
KRELL, E. U 13
LIBERTY MFG. CO. (Iro ao-
UALONEY, EV A. ADV. 311
MOLINE TIMBER CO. 501
H. PAC. RAILWAY CO (local
ROSEN FIELD. W. A. SOS
TRI-CITY BUSINESS EXCH 574
SOUDERS, DR. J. C. 404 TRI-STATE OIL CO 13
IN THE HEART OF ROCK ISLAND
All Street Cars Stop Right at the Entrance
marriage Sunday afternoon at Clinton,! Baptist and Congregational churches
Iowa. Miss Maizo holds a position at there.
L. S. McCabe's shoe department.
go to housekeeping next
Tipping is an exaction of no recent
growth. Describing life at tbe court of
King Henry II. of England. Peter of
Bloia complains of the importunity of
the medieval marshals, whose annoy
ances continue "until they get some
thing from you and are most ungrateful
when they have nay, open enemies
unless your hand is continuously in
your pocket," while the "outer porters
will tell you the most unblushing false
hoods, and if you are an honest and
religious man, but have given them
nothing the day before, tbey will keep
you an unreasonable' time standing in
the rain and mire."
South Bend, Ind. Declaring he
would stand by the Immigrant woman
in preference to the "boulevard wom
an" of America, Dr. James Rowe of
Chicago, a missionary worker, made
an appeal for the opening of the
gates of the country to the immi
grants. He spoke in Mlshawaka at
the uDlon meeting of home mission
week, held under the auspices of the
Presbyterian, Methodist, Christian,
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man's learning dies with him;
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People's National Bank Building.
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man, both of Milan, were united in