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THE ROCK ISLANtf ARGUS. SATURDAY. FEBRUARY i; 1913.
JUROR IS NOT IN
Fred Sehnert Brought Into
Court This Morning on Cita
tion Issued Yesterday.
SAYS EVIDENCE IS LACKING
charges made In the affidavits will be
Further, he stated, the evidence
would have been produced this morn
ing bad the former deputies been
cited along with the grand Juror.
OFFICER IN LONG
FIGHT WITH COLD
I Ambulance Driver Makes 10-
.. . Z t rvi ' Mile Trip in Vain Search
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Jensen of Chi-
cago are visiting at the home of Wil-1 for Invalid 8 Home.
llaia Trefz, 1529 Tenth avenue. j
.llTB. 11. 1. OEPl BUU .IIO. namou ,,, n.r-.f I
Rathrnan of Maquoketa, Iowa, visited : W MUDIU AUUKtib lb Ul V tN j vices were coaducted at 10 o'clock. Dr.
friends In Kock Island today. ILeroy Ccffman officiated. Interment
yt a t vif,ni. .nl rtsnehter . i was made In Caippiannock cemetery.
.no. - - ' - " - . j(ui nc j a on ui io ncc nivcr out
at 9 o'clock at Sacred Heart church In
Rock Island. Rev. J. F. Lockney offi
ciated. Interment was made in Cal
The body of George T. Steel, brother
of Charles Steel of Davenport and sou
of the late Alexander Steel of Rock
Island arrived in Davenport this morn
ing at 1:30 o'clock. George T. Steel t
died last W ednesday in Wichita, Kan. Davenport Police Have Man
tng ro in Daor. wnere Ter- Who Ma7 Prove SlW f
Hi rirW-'H I raw? -vr
toms Is Chilled to the Bone as
Beraice of Sterling arrived in the city
j this mornicg to visit over Sunday with
n kj.. e - j relatives.
Harrv Freeman, who attends a local !
Deputies Named In the , U(iiRePg co:lP ,Pft tbl9 morning for I Driving a d,Btalsce of near, 10
Complaint 'Lis home in Monmouth to spend Sun-.
L) ,,v, v. miles In the teeth of a howling win-
day with his parents. "
. try pale, his arms and legs numb
of prosecution or evidence ! nilll M 1 1 1 M Oini IO ' rom the intense co'.d. Officer Gus
thr than the throe affidavits filed M 1 1 f fl W A Y IllKI l Klrsch terday afternoon scoured
In connection with the ,,Mi,.n r llUllrl II 11 I UIIII-IU j the country south of Thirty-eigbth
WAS FOUND IN HIS BED
citation o? Grand Juror Fred un
ert. caused him to b.- dlRc!.ur-J in
the circuit court at 9 o'clock this
morning by Judce It. W. Olmsted. The
other four narri'd iri u,.. aff.d.-ivits o.
Sheriff O. Li. Hruuer and Deputies
I'hil M;lr and L. L. Hance as hav
ing, as h aliened, conspired to ob
s'ruct the administration of Jubtice
in connection with the mvestiration
tf the sherifTB ofTiee, were not brought'
1M' court, as the Judxe yesterday af
''rnoon refusod u cite them for ap
J.enranc beforo him. These fo'ir for
tner deputy Kh'rlffB were J. R. Krooks,
loljn (j. MUler, Wait, r K.tUIn-n and
The funeral of Marion Morehead will
be held tomorrow morning at 9 o'clock
from the home in Milan. Interment
will be made in Chippian.iock cemetery.
FTXFnr. OK IR. KNOT.
The body cf Mrs. Rhod.i Knox, whoso
Ideatn oi.urrc(i at her i."iio in "van-
street sLimr,t tr, ih Qni., Kt. ston. arrived iu aKTj.oa
Items in a futile endeavor to locate a ' at 2 o'clock for buna!. Interment was
j house In which there was an invalid ; made in Chippiannock cemetery. Fu
to be removed to St. Anthony's hos-' neral services were held yesteruay in
pital. Cnable to locate the residence, 1 tvanston.
Identity Is Kept Secret Pending In
vestigation Second Sold Rob
bery Last Night.
Myrtle Fletcher Returns Home . he finally turned the ambulance about
With Older Sister Still !and arrived at the police station after
; a drive which occupied the greater '
Loves Her Betrayer. ; part of afternoon. So stiff was Offl-;
cer Kirsch from the cold that he was j
scarcely able to alight from the am
; bulance seat, and it was only due to
- the fact that the driver was so well
! "bundled up" that he was not severe
ly frost bitten.
Abont 1 o'clock yesterday afternoon
rot n i mm ji ror.
Yterday af'emoon Attorneys S. ll.
KeDworthy sod C. K Di-tz, on behalf
of Sheriff (. t. Hrun'-r, pn'senfed
to the court the p-t!ion nnd thre.
ff:davit in which it wan ali -H
th.it Grand Juror Pred S-hnert was
meetlnir and rormiiirl!:? with !.,.!.
ti. t..,.i, uni... ir.i. i..:..!. morning frotn
v.. o ijfina, ..u'-i, iiif-r r i lliseu
and Came, and Former Sheriff Ed
ward Kiftil8n to disclose what was
going on in the grated jury rwm nd
t" influence the action of that body
and tho testimony offered by those
ho wer called in to give their evl
ence in th investigation of the gTaft
ChuxKes against th sheriff. It wa?
et forth in the petition and in the
ffiduvita that improper motives gov-
rn'd th above mentioned men In
the interest bing manifested by them
In the invef ligation, and that they
are seeking t discredit the sheriff
nd bring alH)Ut his indictment.
.M4MI JI ROR 1 riiF.n.
Th court dwclded tliat the evi
dence was not sufficient to show that
the ex deputies were dotn anything
beyond their riphs, but admitted that
Jf 1t was true that line of the grand
Jurors was disclosing what a-s go
ing on In thH grand jury room, he
rould be guilty of contempt of court.
"I FtHl love "William Cohen, and
when hf- gpts out of the Pontiac re
formatory I hope to marry him,-' sail
IT year-oid Myrt Hatcher this morn
ing as Fhe wa l berati-d from Jail and
clven permibsi'm to acct mpany her
sister home to Havana. 111. The !
Hefner girl was last Thursdav after-i a ('a wa-s received at the police sta
r,n,, Hi,,v.r,,l Mvir,.- It, n old boiler : tion requeFtlng the ambulance to call
;n a d. s rt. d ston- quarry near Forty- j for Bkk man. whose residence was , WATER
second street, her companion being an i "caiea at i nirty-eirnm street ana
i wenty-eigntn avenue, neaiizing tnat
Entire Family Is Rendered
Homeless and Is Driven Out
Into the Cold.
ex-convict with whom she had run
away from home.
A sister of the girl. Mis? Mary
Il'-tch' r, arrived 'n llo k Island tir.s
Havana, following in-
furmation that Myrtle was in the Rock
Islnnl police station. In speaking of
the affair, ti e e'der sister said: "Myr
tle has a good home anl I cannot un
de:tar.d h r infattiation for this man
and her running away. On the morn-
intr that Myrtle left, her mother was
he was confronting a "cold proposi
tion," Kir&ch wrapped himself in furs
rnd blankets, so as to withstand the
elements. After a long and circuit
ous drive, the ambulance reached the
address telephoned by the doctor, but
It was then discovered there had been
a mistake. After the return trip had
i been made., another call was received,
j stating that the house was located on
! Thirty-eighth street and Twentieth
Firemen Battle for Hour and a Half
No Alarm Turned in for 30
awav from horn". No not'? or word of .avenue.
explaLRtion was b-ft behind, and the; Aflfr considerable maneuvering, it
first inklhis we had of ber where- w "''' learned that the house was
about was last Saturday, when we located on Seventeenth street, and
read in a I'eoria paper of her being 'hat the long cold drive of yesterday
found in Rock Island. Myrtle had told j had meant only the wast of valuable
a girl companion, previous to taking ; t!me effort.
In view of that he ordered Fred Sehn
rt to appear iu court at 9 o'clock
When asked if they intended to aid
in the xam:na'ion of the grand juror,
the sheriff's attorneys announced their
intention of je'ting the matter rest
entirely w i' . the court. They said it
ai not the purpose of their client
to do other than call the court' at
tention to the a.tieinpts which Ste
Icing made to pervert justice.
MOIftRHT r.VIKH IIK.M4I..
When brought into court at 9 o'clock
tills morning, the court called upon '
Rate's Attorney K. K. Thompson for 1
St: expression of his views. Mr. 1
Thompson refused to appear ns n I
trosecutor. haying that he had every
confidence in the, personnel of the j
grand Jury :md that while he knew '
that former depuMos were interest
ing tliems h os in the case to the ex
tent of talking to grand jurors and
to wltr.essivx, nevertheless, he had not !
reason to be,:ive that anything un- '
lawful had taken place.
her departure, that she would he mar- i
ried before her mother knew anything
about it. We ar not wealthy, but
live in comfortable circumstances.
Myrtle has always been treated with ;
ronslderaMon and there was no domes- i
tic trouble which could have Induced
her to pursue the course which she
has fallen. Wo will be glad to have
her back again."
Wbcn the pair were discovered, the
P. KEENE, PIONEER
RIVER MAN, DEAD
Former Well Known Resident ot
This Vicinity Dies in San
Fearfully handicapped by the in
tense cold which froze the water al
most as rapidly as it was emitted
from the hose, and solidly caked with
ice from head to foot within a few
minutes of their arrival, firemen last
night bit' fled for an hour and a half
with a blaze, which proved to be one
of the most stubborn propositions
they have ever been called upon to
handle. As a result, some six or seven
Greeks were rendered homeless, and
were driven into the cold.
Two bloodhounds imported from
Springfield, 111., by Sheriff Louis Eck
liardt of Scott county were put upon
the trail of the masked murderer of
Ernest Dolldorf who was shot to
death in his own grocery store by a
bandit Thursday night, and before
half an hour had elapsed, the police
had placed under arrest a man to
whom the dogs led them. Pending an
lniestigation, the identity of the man
is being concealed. He is now at the
police station in Davenport undergo
ing a close questioning.
Tho bloodhounds easily picked up a
trail at the store despite the fact that
it was two days old, but whether or
not it is the trail of the murderer re
mains to be seen. The dogs led the
sheriff to a house well within the city
limits of Davenport and a mile and a
riUbb:Yhen the door was opened they
i bounded in and ended up at the bed
side of the man who is now under ar
rest. Feeling in Davenport against the
murderer runs high, rewards have
been offered for his arrest and threats
of lynching ha.e been made. It is
partly because o the latter that the
suspected man's identity has been con
cealed. ANOTIIFR nODBERV.
Another daring holdup occurred in
Davenport last evening at 8.30 o'clock
when a masked man held up John Sny
der, foreman of the Union Coal com
pany vards, in tne varus ci. me com-
The deposits of the customers of this strong: bank are safe
guarded by being loaned only on approved and readily market
able collateral or invested in carefully selected bends. Its
stockholders are men influential in the business world who have
proven their responsibility and ability.
Make Our Bank Your Bank
E. CASTEEL, President, M. S. IIEAGY, Vice Pres. II. B. Simmon. CasIi.
Southwest corner Second avenue and Eighteenth street.
qcuj-'j-m-ii.' n 1 ' ii 1 1 1
Sr - - -- - - "V".IV1
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Rock Island Southern's Business
in 1912 Compares Favor
ably With 1911.
That tho year 1012 lyts been one of
prosperity for the Kock Island South-
puny on East River street and relieved , rn railway is shown in the statement
him of $1.10. The robber wore a cor- issued by tho oiiic.ials of the company
duroy cap and had a bandana hand-! -ivin th earnings for the last half
of that year. During the last six
New mixed nuts, per pound,
girl was practically naked, with the
exception of a thin cotton dress. She
had no shoes, and had walked bare
footed through the snow for miles,
lier lover, a big strapping fellow, on
the other hand, wore a heavy flannel
1 shirt, oven oat, and heavy shoes. "I
'dn not are w hat thov sav about. Will.
1 I love h'.m now and always will," said lir- Th- veteran er.g'neer was well
Myrtle. In company with her elder Known here. .Mr. Keene was h.i years
sifter, she tt for Havana this after
noon over the Peoria.
Philip Keene, a pioneer steamboat
engineer, formeily of Rock Island and
Moline, died in San Antonio, Texas,
Thursday afternoon, according to word
No alarm Davenport Thursday evening
The blaze originated m the second :
story of a frame house located at '
;Th'rty-first street and Fifth avenue.
An overheated chimney is assigned as ;
the cause. The flames were discover- j
ed by the householders shortly after j
I 6:30, but instead of turning in an j
alarm, the Greeks devoted their ef
forts to carrying their household ef-
fects oitt of the burning building to a
place of :,af ty. Within n few ruin- 1
utes the entire second story was a 1
si'o'Iiinq mass of flames, which shot
up through the garret "and began to j
devour the roof. It was nearly 7 j
keichief tied over his face. He is be-
t r Y,a ti caTun V '1 1 i t vtir rAh.
bed and murdered Ernest Dolldorf in i months the gross receipts of the road ; Dakota early Olli'J potatoes, per
! totaled $16i.i, 0v0, according to the I l-tishel,
statement. About onehaf of this
amount covered the operating expens
es, which loaves a good margin as
! profit The earnings of both freight ; namntion lemon clinr neaches
passenger business are included ; vor.,ii.,r or;,, .,rt;Plp
INJURED IN A FALL
in tliis amount.
j During the year 1912 the passenger
t mi -r, ' -.tt i business of the road was nearlv dou-
C. Voss 13 Thrown From Wagon j Me that of tho ,,r(.ceding year. Tho
Seat When Watch Tower Car .figures show that 432,:og persons trav-
Collides With Vehicle.
TO PAVE ELEVENTH
The board of local improvements
met this morning at the mayor s of
I'ne and passed a nsolutiou (ailing fi-r
the paving of Eleventh street f roni . came west, in IMS, ajd for five years
First to Twelfth avenues, asphalt to be 1 was an engineer on the Mississippi
the material used. A p'an to include river.
Th-..,.,n t...rennen read factions of ia center boulevard In the lob did not locating in Rock Island in 155. he
the petition to Mr. Sehnert and asked n" ot wi,h fliv"r fr"ni f,)e property j brought the Kock Island & Davenport
Mm if it was true that he had dis- i 111 v9 w,-o were at the public hear- ferry boat from Cincinnati, and until
rinsed tb nrocedure of the grand ! HT1i as a result that part of the ' 1562 served as engineer on that boat.
Jury to the former deputies and ene- .
riles of the sheriff. Sehnert prompt
ly enered a denial to a!l the charges
tnade against him, faying that they
ere uttrly false.
With no evidence other than the
tff.davlts to the contrary. Judge Olm-
: received yesterday by friends ia Mo-1 o'clock before a pedestrian, who hap
pened to be passing, noticed the flames
sliootaig oi. t from the roof and turn
ed in an aiaii...
mi:v c.ki:i with 1 I2.
Owing to the fact that the fire had
spread over fhe entire second story,
the firemen were co:np iled to chop
holes in order to "play" the l ose. The
water would not curry far, owing to
the fact that i froze and choked tic
nozzles. The falling water and .spray
formed a solid cake upon the rubber
coats and beimeis of the fire fith'ers,
who suffered inteiiely from the cold.
The flames weie under control about
SiliO. The men were not even able to
drain the hose, owing to the fet that
the minute the water was turned oft',
; tho liquid which remained in them
.froze. Tile hose was piled onto the
1 wagons in the best, fashion po.-sible,
and was later thawed out at the
i barns. The building in question is
j owned by Porter Skinner No esti
i mate of the loss has been made, al
i though the (lamiiiiH wrought by water
w ill be equal to that by lire.
of ape and had been in failing health
for borne time. East October he went
south with his daughter, Mrs. W. C.
Tremper, in the hope that hie health
might he benefited. Word was receiv
ed several days ago that he had suffer
ed a paralytic stroke, but it was not
kjown that his condition was serious.
Mr. Keene was born Sept. 29, 1S2.
in Bavaria. With his parents he came
to this country in 1S"6, settling first in
Newport, Ky. There his lather engag
ed in farming until his death in 1S52.
The mother died in 1843. Mr. Keene
Cordt Voss, 509 Twenty-second
street, a teamster for the Rock lsianj
Fi:ci company, was thrown to the
pavement and severely injured at Doit
this afternoon when the wagon which
lip was driving collided with an east
eied oti the Unci; Island Southern dur
ing the pant year us against 2J4.833
) during 1911. The gain made by the I
Galvanic sor.p, seven bars for
freight department is also substantial,
the road having handled 14,'.)0U cars
of freight during l'.tl'J while the re- j , ,
lKrt. of the nrecedin,; vear Hhowed!Black walnuts, per peck
ln,2:i4 ciu-s handled. Tho freight traf
fic lias been increased largely bv the
Icund Watch Tower car at the corner development of coal mUiea, and thw
of Seventeenth street and Thiru ave- blUJi of t.i,-vators along tho .ine.
imo. I he accident victim was assist
ed to a physician's ottice where an
examination disclose;! the fact that the
left inn was fractured. Voss TiS also
bi.dly cut and bruised abotit the head
The wagon on which Voss was seat
ed was traveling west on Third ave
rue, while the Watch Tower car was
approaching from the opposite direc-
The. gains in ado by the, road are re
markable in view of the fact that the
road lias be.-n ooera'ed but tw o years.
Itoth steam and electric cars are used,
steam power being used in the han
dling of freight. Two new 60-ton en
gines were recently purchased by the
road. The interurbau population of
the territory traversed is approximate
ly 20, OUD people, while tho population
wax beans, three
project was abandoned. From First ; He continued on the same vessel dur
to Seventh avenues the paving is to be ing the war, when it was used in gov
27 feet wide, and beyond Seventh ir ernment, service On the Arkansas river
wi!! have to be 12 feet wi'le on Hoouiit for transfer of troops and provisions,
of i ho doutde tracks of the Tii City He returned to this state at the close
Hallway company. 'of the war end was for three years eu-
The hearing on the project to pave ' pineer on a packet which plied be-
tion. In attempting to pull the wagon
out of t"e car track, tho front wheels 'f the tri-cities and Monmouth
slipped and the inotornian of the car Galesburg 1b about 12.r,,0UO.
war unable to put on the air in tinio ,
io avert file collision, ttie force of
which knocked the driver from his
sfot and hurled hi;n to the pavement,
wl ere one of the wagon .HieeTs passed
over his left arm.
twl discharged the grand juror and .Twentieth e'reet was continued by the ; tween St. I.ouis and St. Paul.
the Incident was closed.
H JI'HOU IS NOT
CLAIM TO IIAt K R l!K K.
A'torney C. E. Dtetr in conversation
with a reprtentaf lve of The Argus
Hated this mornLng that the matter
board this morning, the dare being fix
ed at Feb. lo, at lu uMoik ij the
If troubled with indigestion, consti
pation, no appetite or feel bilious, give
t t amberlnin's Stomach and I.irer tuft-
1 an not been brought to a clote as th 1(,tfl a trial an(1 you wi b pie;lae(i
with the result These tablets invlg-
rourt record woulfl indicate, ne siai
d that it would U' brought up at a
liter date and that when the time
I'lines, evidence to substantiate the
In lS"o he moved to Moline to fake
charge of thj engine in the big saw !
mill of D1mok & Gould. He was gen- .
eral supervisor of that steam plant for j
over 25 years. j
Mr. Keene was united in marriage to
M'.sb Margaret K. Ilaxter, May 1, 1850,
in Newport, Ky. The wife preceded
Mr. Keene in death eight years. Those
ntulii tho fiTrmarh flnrl lii-nr oriil
stungthen r.e d gestion. Sold by all who ''rv1ve al"? th fJoIlo?,f,g chil
PROPERTY OWNERS WILL
DISCUSS NEW PAVING
The owners of property on Four
teenth stn tt betwein Niiitii and hVgh
teenth avenues are to hold a meeting
tomorrow morning at 10 o'clock at 12'u
j Fourteenth stret-t to discuss the pav
iiig of their street, the material to be
used, cr in case the majority sees lit,
, to make an organized effort to block
dnj: Emma, wife of Judge Sullivan of np n P WPI 1 Q TO HIUP
Grand Junction. Col.; Ida, wife of W.ir,K5- U C"
LECTURES HtKt IN rALL
The only Baking Powder made from
Royal Grape Cream of Tartar
Makes delicious home-baked foods
oi maximum quality at minimum
cost. Makes home baking
pleasant and proiitable
C. Tremper; Edward S. of Fargo, N.
D ; William B. of Vat?rtown. and
Charls F. cf Palisade Col. The body
will be brought to Moline for burial, i
arriving in that city Sunday evening.
MRS. MARIO K. MIOV !
j Mrs. Marion E. Nixon, formerly of '
j Rock Island, passed away Thursday ',
1 at the home of her daughter, Mrs.
Martha Seeler. 1221 West Van Buren .
street, Chicago, according to word se-
celved in this city this morning. The
: acrd woman w as well known here and
! the news of her death will bring sor
! row to a host of friends. She made
' her home here w-'th her daughter, Mrs.
Eva Rothwell, un'il a year ago when i
Mrs. I) 11. Vv'ills of Chi'-apo, who
last month gave a series of lectures
here on foreign and home missions,
has been secured for a return engage
ment next fall. At that time she will
come under the auspices of the Mis
sionary Social union. She will rri.a'ii
for a week, Nov. 2 to i, civin daily
FIVE DEGREES BELOW
THIS MORNING AT 8
This morning was one of the coldest
that has been experienced in thU vi
cinity thus fr.r this winter. The offi
cial report of the weather man states
that it was coldest at S o'clock, when
the thermometer registered 5 below.
At 7 a. m. it was 4 below. In the out
lyi.ij. district, where the wind got a
f ill swep, thermomet. rs regist-red
l'i and 12 below early thU morning.
.Although it seemed coldest Ir.bt tven
', i:.g at midnight, the wea'her man re
' ports that the mercury only fell io tne
.' to mark. The coldest day thus far
this winter wa Jan. 12, when it was 7
Last Day of Ingali's Auction.
Tonight will be the list night of In
galls' auction sale. Tho auctioneers
must close to commence a large cloth
ing sale next week. Large line, of Kb
in watches, sterling silvr tableware.
diamond tines, decks, solid and told
IXL brand lima beans, three
1706 Third Ave.
Phone W. 21 1
tilled jewelry novelties go oti sale to- A
nigiit for tl:': last tunc at your own Tt
price regardless of value. Some ltd .' M
or gentleman vjll get a sold iu" !i J"J
free, tonight. Come early. FJ
Susjar-foated and all vegetable. Dose,
only one pill at bedtime. For consti
pation, bilious headache, indigestion.
Ayr's rills. Sold for GO years.
Ask Your liotr. trw- m..
Wc ikiy and Sell
Iieere and Company
Moline Mow Co.
Hoot Van Iiervoort .-locks
LITTEN & ROBERTS
Stocks, Bonds, Mortgages.
Peoples N.vional Hank lbilldir.g
Hock I.-land. ill.
she went to Chicago. Surviving are
three children: Mr?. Eva Rothwell and
Mrs. Martha Seeler f f Chicago and Her
bert E Nixon of Tucson. Ariz. One sis
ter, Mrs. A. A. Melendy, also survives.
The body' will be taken to Clinton,
1 fn-fl for hnHfll
FI EHI. Op MH. nt I GtK.
Notice to Taxpayers.
Notice is hereby given C;at all city.
: township, school and sta:e taxes, both
personal and real, are i.ow uuc, and
i that I have opened an cfrUe la room
ii'.. oa the fourth floor of the Mitchtll &
I.ynde building, here I shall receive
all taxes. The office will be open from
9 o'clock a. m. tit-til 5 o'clock p. m.
i bring your last year's recti pt w ith vox
JOHN HI N TOON.
Township Collector. (Adv.)
ELEVATOR, PIG IRON ,
AND MEN TAKE FALL1
A freight -lv at or at the Marseilles
plant iu East Moline was overloaded
wiih pig iron shortly before noon to
ibi.i and as a result the rope by which
it was susptnded loke and let the
c;ge fall to the .boitom of the shaft.
Two men, Rene Callewaert and Charles
I)t j-aiie, were in the tar at the time
M:d (Kith were injured so Severely thru
tt.ty v ere taken to the Moline city
h: t pital. The former sustained a broit
en iicse, a bad'y bruised and 1-jf erated
fj'.e and poafeiblv internal iujuriii
The lau r was lees seriously hurt, a
i sprained ankle being his worbt in-
during the months of Janv.r.ry ar.: February. Thi3 in
cludes our new sprir- -atte.'n3 '.vlich v.:t ro-.v l j rhovn
How Ho Felt.
Renrit-Rnllem ha fal'.! f.-.r br
The funeral of Mrs. Claire Ruisr. . and Lis credit, rs wili get about
; nee Ransom, was held this morning at' fifty thousand. Lambleich-IIow does
$:20 o'clock from the home cf her fath-' fce fwl ab"ut itV liearit-.Sore. of
er, Stanwood Ransom, 1748 Twenty- i uk- till? thou-and is a
.eighth avenue, Moline, with services , E,on tJ :ve up.-Exchange.
Youth Can yo : te; me w 'lb h l Mr
Pon-.nby I'dy The ur.-n vrh the
pr:iy hair taikiu-' t it: t idier over
there I tra iir l'.n-i.H'.v's wife
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