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TTIE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 1913.
three-story brick structure, !b occupied -plumbing establishment of Clark E. j
: on the ground floor by the A. F. Koch
' china and crockery firm and on the
second and third floors by apartments.
Dimensions of the property are 45
feet on Wen Tinrd and 160 feet on
Ripiey. The ii. ii H. RoLlff hardware
store, cow located on the southeast
comer or Second and Rtpley btreet?.
Reed, Zi$ East Third street, shortly
after 6 o'clock Thursday night. It Is j
con.'ectured that the Dili was caused
frets a match having been carried In j
among the filing cakes by a mouse or
rat and In some manner was ignited
shortly after closing the shop last
night. Several hundred dollars worth
by the 200 bloc
Aged Le Clair Resident Passes.
Robert Shannon, an iigfjd resident of
Le Claire, Iowa, died at 11 o'clock
Thursday evening at his home in faat
place after a lingering Illness at the may eventually be moved to the ne-.v of plumbing fixtures were damaged by
age of 60 years. The deceased was
born Feb. 6, 1847, In Ireland, and
came to this country with hie parents
when a child. When 16 years of age,
Mr. Shannon enlisted In the union
tinny. Later, at the expiration of his
mediately reunlleted In the Fifty-sec- i charge of larceny Dy embezileinent.
ond Illinois Infantry. At the close of He entered a plea of not gu.Iiy to the
smoke although the biggest loss was
; occasioned by the burning of bills, in
: voices and records.
Pleads Not Gul ty Attorney Charles
T. Cooper was arraigned before Judge
; Tfceoplalus yesterday afternoon on a
Elevator Company In New Building.
Within a fortnight the Montgomery
Elevator company will be housed in
its new factory building on Twentieth
street and First avenue. The new I
building is a two-story structure and
occupies 120-foot square of ground.
Twenty men are now employed and It
Is expected to increase the force as
needs demand after the sew factory is
i obarga. An lnuictiueiu on this count
; was returned by the gruid Jury at Its
recent mshIou fur the January term
; of court. No date bag been net for the
the war he was honorably discharged
after serving three yeurs and six
months. When a young man he was
united in marriage in Albany, I1L, to
Miss EIbIo ilugenin, who parsed away
a few years after their union. He
wss married the serond time to Miss 1 Milk Dealers to Cty. J. L Thatcher
AniftUa Meyer in Le Claire 37 years ' of the Km una Farnv. Robert Armil
Ki. He Is survived by his wife, one and G. A. Moffat, relumed yesterday
daughter. Mrs. Samuel Bryan of Le ,frcm Doe Moines, where Thursday tney
Claire, one son, Frank Shannon of j attended U.e iiieet.i.g of the iimSv or
Bouton, Iowa, and one brother, Hugh , ganixed Iowa Retail Mtik Dealer? as
Shannon, residing in Rock Island. j sedation, of which Mr. Anui: 1b presi-
n I dent. The second annual meeting was
Property Brings $43,000. The
southeast corner block of Third and
Ripley street hus been sold by the
J. II. C. Petersen cBtate to H. ti II.
nrihlff. West Second strxt hardware j
dealers. Consideration Is said to have .
voted to Davenport, the date being
Feb 1 8-1 114. Tbe aesociation wiil
have an ott'.ciai publication, to be tan
died by ii. E. Donovan of pjwa Falls.
Fire Destrcys Records. Fire, of a;
been $43,000. The block which Is a , unaccountable origin, broke out In the addition to her husband the Is surviv-
YANKEE PUGS DEARLY LOVE TO FIOIJT IN" G AY J'AREE; TITEY
CAN LICK EUROPE'S BEST AND BESIDES. THE PURSES ARE FAT
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Obituary Record. John L. Hoehn, a
lifelong resident of Davenport, pasaed i occupied
aay at 12 o'clock Thursday night at
the family home, 2236 West Third
street, after a lingering illness of mofe
than six months' duration. He was 66
years of age. Mr. Hoehn was born la
b;:enport Aug. 4, 1856, Bd has re
sided in this city all of his life. He is
survived by his widow and two sons,
Edward H. and W. Leroy Hoehn, botfl
ut home. Two Bisters, Mrs. Lizzie
Hoehn and Mrs. Emelia Knoetmon of ,
T. a r- rT"- an1 nna i rnt har Pltl'Q T( i
v.- Hn-ht. nf New' York Citv.' also sui-I J10'000 of the amount having, by res-
Mrs Delia Disher, wife of Fred
Dither. 711 Eastern avenue, died at
9 30 o'clock Thursday evening at the 0
Di'.ier.port hospital, after a brief ill-! Define Us9 of Ambulance. City
ness, at the no of 22 years. The de-! authorities have decreed that there is
ceased was born in Illinois Jan. 22, 1 10 be no more Indiscriminate use of
1501. and came to Davenport several the automobile Datrol and nmhulimre.
yeare ago, where she was married. In j physicians of the citv and others yes-
terday reoelved letters from Commis
sioner E. L. Eastman to the effect that
the practice cf sending the ambu
lance to the city hospital an! sanltai
ium to oonvey convalecent patients to
their homes or to depots is to be dis
continued except In cases of absolute
necessity and then a charge of 1 will
be made for conveyance to any part
of Moline. The charge to Rock Island
or East Moline jrlU be $2,
Double Bank's Capital 8tock. Stock
holders of the State Bank of East
Moline, at an adjourned meeting held
late Thursday afternoon, voted to
double the capital stock of the insti
tution. Capitalization now !s J25.000
and this will be advanoed to 150,000.
Present stockholders are permitted to
! subscribe only for their pro rata
shares of $15,000 of the Increase;
olution, been set aside for subscrip-
1 tion by men not now interested flnan
; dally In the bank.
Merchants Turn Down Collectors.
Moline merchants will not give collec
tive endorsement of the Merchants'
Collecting department through the
channels of t.h Retail Merchants' as
sociation. At a special meeting hfld
Thursday evening for the purpose of j
deciding on the matter as outlined by
Elmer Fulnur of Davenport at the
annual meeting in January, the com
mittee, reported that it had found the
men who ure backing the agency to
be honest and capable, but made no
endorsement. "After thoroughly sift
ing the matter in all its phuses, th.
SO merchants pn st-nt decided against
official action. They do not entirely
frown on the proposition, but declare
it to bo a matter for individual con
Worthless Check for Mules. Ernest
bix of Coal VaKey came to Molino
Tuefaday and left his mules and wairon !ca8
return the mules. So the matter was
( settled and charges were dismissed.
I vunuary. summons or death came
! to Mrs. Lenora Wilson, wife of Noda
Wilson of 1513 H Fifteenth street, at
8:15 Thursday eveninr. Lenora An-
j derson had been a Melons resident
i of this city, her birth occurring here
March z.-., 1831. She was married here
to Xoda wr.eon. Beside htm, she
leaves her motier, Mrs. Manda Ander
son, and one brother, Sigfred, both of
this city, three sisters,. Mrs. Alice
Linckey and Mrs. Hanna Boetchel,
both of Rock Island, and Lydta Ander
son at home. A valued member of
Grace Lutheran churcn in Rock Island,
she will be particularly missed among
her co-workers there.
J. Maurice Farnham succumbed to
pneumonia at 10:45 yesterday fore
noon In the home, 618 Sixteenth street.
He was born Feb. 22, 1860, at Mendota,
111. His residence here dates from
1S6S. After a year's work with De
saulniers, he became interested with
Warren Eastman and Tom Stanley in
the Moline Journal. When the Jour
nal consolidated with the Mai! five
years later, he sold his interest and
opened a job printing office on Seven
teen street between Third and
Fourth avenues and at the end of two
years established the Model Print
ing company on Library avenue, with
w-hlch he was connected for" seven
years. Since then he bad worked for
tbe StRr.Jey Printing concern and since
October last with the East Moline
Herald. He was married at Ottawa to
Miss Anna. L. Maher Sept 15. 1897.
and she is left to mourn his passing.
One daughter, Mrs. C. R. Hunt of Des
Moines, is the only other near rela
Mrs. Peter Hanson, resident of this
city almost three score years, passed
from the home at 1218 Fourth avenue,
at 7:45 Thursday evening. Mrs. Car
rie Hanson was a native .of Sweden,
her birth occurring 70 years ago. Be
side her aged husband, who was for
52 years an employe of the Barnard
& Leas company the Infirmities of
age compelling him to retire from ao
tlve work several years ago she
'eaves one sister, Mrs. Ellen Hanson
of this city, and one daughter, Mrs.
Louis Egle of Chicago Heights.
John Henry Price passed away
from the home, 1682 Second avenue,
at 5 yesterday morning after an ill
ness of three weeks' duration. He
was born 45 years ago and had been
e resident of this city for some years.
IIo was unmarried and leaves five
brothers to mourn his passing. They
are George of Davnport, Smith,
Charles and Brown of Chicago, and
James of this city.
Best Office Building
Rock Island : : : : : 2d Ave., 17th Si.
t'V rJr 'ytrr ltl '-t
BATCH ELDER, St.
MALCVEV, E. A. . ,
Mrs. Georga Lewis la recovering '
from a siege of the grip.
Mitss Minnie Schultz .of Sllvls visit- ;
ed over Sunday with home folks. j
Mrs. Sarah Nelson of Moline visit- i
ed with hr daughter, Mrs.. William j
QtThardt, Wednesday. j
Mrs. Leonard Frank of Reynolds
spent a few days at the home of her .
father, Louis Weitz. ;
Revoe J. 'Phelps returned home Wed-;
nesday from a business trip to Chi-;
at. Seventh avenue and Fourteenth
Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence E. Beck-
thare nrvrrfhrtcps attracted by the f!f!y
the ! sums offered and of late have br en
howevrr, is doomed to failure for the
nenre-. ti.in".;s we, as HI' Artha' is re-
Parlei, Franc, woll known as
city of beouUful boulovards and
cenarto of so mny musical cotuedles ialert t0 frBb a,,y chance to pull off .spertfuily reriestd to sty right here
mu: 13 uay raroe. ire reans cr tn-; ;n t.'iis country tor a wnue yet. raris
U. S. pus may be built of bene, but : Iscf: i: uiv quell their Impatience till
! they're generally hop to a good thlg. ;r. .'(.hrsiig's affairs are more thor-
And tbo rrench rlugi;!ders think 1 ouchly tnspectfd.
J . a x-. a . a..n4n .WVa
street, betaking himself to a saloon iwuu 01 wV" B"'
thereaftor. He mot Leopold Looutjes ! thelr grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. John
thero and tho pair waxed facetious.
is also the incoca of American prize
fighters ynirt now. Kvory train or
traction that pulls Into the French cap
ital utOoads a Yankee pug or two. The ! well
woods there, so to peek, are full of
them. To oould count 40 tin ears
within a stunVs throw of the Area
Parts fight fans enjoy "boxing exhi
bition" Inordinately. Theyr nutty
bout the game and they offer very
obess little partes to our American
crappcra. Wall we wouldn't car to
accuM our Amrtoaa scrappers of be
toe mora than usually avaricious they
of U. S.
fighters. Didn't they , Al Paizer. we are told. Is now on his
atXKK carry little old Joe Jeanette ( way toward the city of pleasure, and
around on their shoulders and offer Frank Kiaus has recently been there
him many pieces of gold and much ' end wil; go back soon. Billy Papke, I
fine raiment? The sffiall smoke had: the man who net long ago so rudely
Paris tripping over rugs while he was tronr.ced Carpcntier the French cham
around. They surely thought a heap pion. Is another Tankee who likes to
of Joe. It's a funny thing, but tho j be in France.
Fteacbies bar Quite a soft spot for ' We Americans, true, must go to
the cuflud fo'ks. Now they're trying I Paris for our light opera plots, but
to frame up an altercation between , w have 'em coming to us for pugl
Jeancette and Jack Johnson, which, jlletic talent.
x suid he hud some mules to sell
for about $;'.75 and Loontjes said ttat j
he had Just about enough money o
be the other party to the deal. Some '
one wrote, out a check for $325 an 1
Loontjes sifriu d it. A bill of sale was i
transcribed raid delivered to the pur- j
chaser. After a few more libatiuub,
the pair parted ways, LoOntjes seeking
his new acquiei'ion after binding the
I hnrirHln hv navinar 310 and nrotnlaiiie '
to pay the difference in a few weeks, j
ioontjes found his mules In a livery 1
stable to which the police had taken
I Mrs. Fred Kendall is quite ill with
I The Misses Martha and
I Weitz and Emma Lloyd were Molme
; visitors Sunday.
j The Misses Ruth and Cora Mac
;Pherson of Kock Island were enter
jtalned Saturday at the home of Wil
Iliam Gerhardi, and Sunday visited with
jMis Alice Fuhlstrom.
The Ladies' Aid society of the Meth-
ITAI'DI HAB, G. P. 90S
ATTO RN E Y8-AT-L AW.
BAI'BERQ, J. H. Ml
LI DOLPH, W. L. SOB
KAIC'KER, J. W 607
tHHOBDER, C. J SOS
(I.IXK SHAW FIEL CO COS
COLLIEKU3S SALES CO ISO!
111I-CITV COAL. CO sua
AMES, DH. E. P 803
HALXL1XB, DR. E. L. DOS
MAHTIN, DR. W. E 604
UVELLBR, DR. C. W 503
SUERRAHD, DR. B. H 40S
ttl RKHABT, DR. BADA SI I
COMEGYS, DR. J. P. 407
PART, DR. RALPH .......407
FOSTER, DR. C. T 401
KHBILW, DR. C. F. soa
PETRI E, DR. ETTA 0
ITOCKER, DR. A Sit
SOIIDEHI, DR. J. C 404
WILSON, MISS BLANCHE 410
INSURANCE FIRE. SUITE.
K.RELL, K. U. SIS
MAt'CKEH, V. C 007
COLUMBIA NATIONAL LIFE
(Of Boston) AOS
ILLINOIS LIFE INS. CO 40 U
METROPOLITAN LITE (of
!. Y.) BOO
NEW VOUK LIFE ot N. Y.) 812
SCHCLZ, WILLIAM 411
CUT RATE LOAN CO SO 4
FIDELITY LOAN CO 403
LOANS REAL ESTATE.
LTJDOLPH, W. L
9CHROEDBR, C. J SOS
REAL ESTATE LANDS.
KRELL, E. H 1S
KOLINB TIMBER CO BOl
M. PAG. RAILWAY CO (local
ROSEN FIELD. W. A MxJ
rRI-STATE OIL CO 812
IN THE HEART OF ROCK ISLAND
All Street Cars Stop Right at the Entrance
FOR LAGRIP AND MALARIA
NO BITTER TASTE
e1 by her aged lather, John Black.
; of Mr. and Mrs. George Krambeck of
i 2C15 Tremont arenuo, died at the fam
, lly home yesterday morning at 6
' o'clock following an illness that has
: lasted since Norember, death reeult-
leg from wbooplng cough and compli
! cctlons. The little one was born
March 24, 1910.
James McRoberts left Tuesday mom
, lng to kok after some of his land
. whJch is located in the pan handle dis
trict in Texas.
! S. W. Martin was a business caller
In Lyons, Iowa, Wednesday.
Many of the high school and acad
emy pupils attended the Shakespeare
' play. "Macbeth." in the Illinois theatre
j in Kock Island Wednesday evening.
I B. A. Lab is sick.
Ira Zicgier, L. E. Sallows, Hugh
Mcntgoaatry. Louis Rasmussen and
W. :.f . C-r'.Sr. attended a meeting of the
Mtnufatturcrs lodo I. O. O. F. la Mo-I:-e
A sea was born to Mr. and Mrr.
Gcrg? Scbafer Sunday morning.
Mrs. Frank Morgan entertained at
tcr hccr.e Tuotday eventng the Ladfes'
John Ori;n of Piptstcne county, Mln-Lf-so'a.
Is Tis'.iicg here this wsek.
mason work for the Argillo brick and
Dorothy S tile works.
Mrs. Frank McKenrick is much Im
proved from an attack of the grip.
Mrs. Frank Kleinau spent Thursday
at the home of her sidter, Mrs. Wil
liam Brunswick at, Rock Island.
The "U-Go I-Go" club met Tuts lay
evening at the William P. Gerhardt
home. nrerarinK for an invitation oys-
odist ehurch Thursday afternoon were j ter supper ln tne near future,
entertained at the home of Mrs. tVal- J nnam McKt-nrlck, Paul Gerhardt
ter J. Lloyd on Second street. Thejand nonavan Settles went Sundav on
line Trust & Savings bank to casherved with a fine lunch by the host,
the check. He found it to be worth
less. A warrant was sought at once
for Loonties' arrest. He was aDDre-
hended and was arraigned before Mag- j George Lewis home.
Utrato Frank flilsfaflion H rtprlnreil I MlSS Mildred Beck Of Rock
he knew he had no money in the bank
and did not sli?n the check with in
tent to defraud, but simply as a matter
of accommodation. He agreed to let
Six keep the $10 and said he would
and G. Lewis. The cl'rks are James
Benson and W. J. SmiUi. Tbe town la
to name three trustoca. The ni;;s?'s
trate term is for a period of two years.
Improvement provisions wtrj made,
when resolutions were passed for lay
ing one mile of concrete walk from tho
Rock Island depot to the T. & R. ad
dition to Carbon CHIT. The main streets
and avenues are to be ollod In tho
spring as soon aa work can be begun.
Mrs. Amelia Meeska is quite 111 with
Mr. and Mrs. Revoe J. Phelps were
trl-cily visitors Thursday.
Hermaji Schroeder of Hampton wai
William Leuder of Coaltown was
The Carbon Cliff village board met , visiting friends here Saturday.
in reeu'.ar February meetine Monday! Wyman Smith was a Moline caller
was a caller here Friday. niht at cily nali clerks were , Monday.
Miss Mabel Lloyd Is out again after, naraed t0 preside at the primary eleo
a two weeks' Illness with tonsilitis. Iti0n to be hcid Marca ii Th. iuWs L
Mrs. Avalina Johnson and daughter Earned were A. L. Johnson, E. Galney : Argus.
hem. He had to pay $2 to get them j meeting was a social as well as aa Bkating expedition, skating from
Meanwhile Six went to the Mo- , ousraesa sessiuu. m
Colona ferry to Barstow bridge and
home to Carbon Cliff.
Mrs Scott Kennedy visited with her
Richard and Henry Dublin of Mo-1 slBter 'Mrgi j Kinkaid at Colona this
line were entertained Sunday at thelweek who ault. Klck
All 'he news a:i the time Tho
r!rs. Hansen, In a Letter From
Mobile, Tc!!s Hew She Gained It.
Mobile, Ala. "I suffered for seren
years, with womanly trouble," writes
Mrs. Sigurd Hansen in a hotter from
this city. "I felt weak and always had
a headache cxd was always going to
the doctor. At last I was operated oa,
and felt better, but 6O0n I had tLe
Mrs. Claus Hanson were Moline vlsi
tors this week.
Ella Mitten, Gladys Carey and Vio
let Kennedy, Harry Lorenz, Lester
Slater and Don Smith are ill with the
grip, but are much improved.
Mrs. G. F. Holland was a Moline
State's' Attorney Floyd Thompson
attended the regular monthly meeting
of the Carbon Cliff village board here
Mrs. Edward Kendall of Sllvls vlelt
ed thl3 week with her parents, Mr.
tand Mrs. Scott Kennedy.
i Mr. and Mrs. Henry Stoweburn and
family of Moscow, Iowa. 'have return
ed home from a weeks' vlalt with Mr.
and Mrs. Daniel Hammack.
Mr. and Mrs. J. Jackson of Rock la
land spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs.
i Miss Violet Laughery, daughter of
GOlN&l CrQlNG-Ji GONE!!!
HERPICISE WIL JAVE IT HE5PI0DE WLL SKTl IT TOO LATE FClKLRTlCIiE
IS YOUR HAIR SLIPPING?
My h'-.sband asked me to try Cardui,
I felt better after the first bottle, and 'Mr. and .Mrs. Thomaat Laughery on
1 cow. I have a rool asoetite and sleep ; First avenue, is critically ill. The at
The presence of dandruff and fall
ing hair conveys a warning which It
is best to heed. At first the loss of
bill may be so slight as to be hard
j ly noticeable. But no matter now
Rev. Frack Scfcsfer has hi
ScIcntiCvally combined, pure QUININE, pure WHISXT.
NO SUBSTITUTES USED
Taken before mea'.s restores appetitp, taken before rc'lrirj insures
ie. p A pocd med.cir.' to keep la tie 1 ovse. A NATURAL TCiO.
Protected by U. S. rrs.ttercd l.-bt:6, to imitate is felony. Put cp in
bottles only and sold by all liquor Osiers.
f.nei ;.d his totr.e for the last week
wih a severe cold.
G. B. Tollman commenced ice cut
ting Tu' siay. He ha about ten men
en:p!cyd. Th? Crtt cut produced
:.i.c , i 2 Inh lc.
ell. I f:-cl fine, and the doctor tells
ncl en lookL better than be ever
taw me." S
If ysn are sick and ralserabl?. tnd of Mone.
suffer from any of the pains due to
wcrsaaly trouble try Cardui.
Cardui is successful tec It Is
Tcmpooed cf irgrcdlcata that hare been
found to act curatlrely on the woiaaa
For more taan fifty years, it has teen
itil ty wcrrsn of all ages, wi'h great
si:cc6. Try It. Tor:r druggint sella It
tending physician, Dr. Elllngsworth,
held a conEuitatlon Tuesday with Dr.
DeSilva of Rock Island and Dr. B-al
Wiiilam Akl.down and A Siaddriria i ws f..-it Co.. Ox ut. Trs.. w i'jfcia!
. , I f-'f", 4 t-rt.jr tank. " HoiM TriM
sz?e business. (AdTcrtfcemeEt).
On Thursday at her home, Mrs. C.
A. Stlpp entertained Mrs. Edith Sar
gurson of East Moline and Mrs. Lee
Nlckolson of Watertown.
The Misses Volaseka Hollats. Frieda
Kle'nau and brother William Kleinau,
visited Sunday at the William Bruns
wick home at RoAc Island.
Mrs. M. Sheppard and daughter
Eernlce of Muscatine visited over Sun
oar with her sister, Mrs. William Mar
dis. John F. Slater and soa Glen of Grln
ielL Iowa, are putting ln a piece of
little may be the fall each day, it is
w-ork!ng toward the same and inevita
ble result, and that is total baldness.
You may have hair enough todiy,
but how about tomorrow and the day
after? Dandruff and falling hiir
mean ba'dneas sooner or later and
demand the immediate regular ana
energetic use of Newbro's Herp.'cide.
This Is the "original" remedy that
kills the dandrufl germ and prevents
the hair from falling out. It keeps
the scalp free from dirt and dandruff
&ud aiiows the hair to grow abundant
ly and naturally. By this means and
tela means alone can total incurable
baldness be prevented.
has a most exquisite fr-irance which
makes it fspec: 1y p ns to the la
dles. It stops Itching al.-n-.t instantly.
You may bt to)d th i- 'here aro rem
edies "just an good tx H-ri)i::ide." You
cannot afford to take rli-Uices with
nor can you xp':C'. to obtain results
from an off braiid artid':. Insist on
having genuine i'eri' A tho Original
Dandru.T Germ D'-Mrt-rer.
Ycu can ger a s m- A 'his 'Jol'ht-
ful hair dnt-s.-iii j'i 1
cre cf the b;i!
la silver or pe vt- '-j
CO., Dept. S, L tri.i-, .
plcide on:e and you
Sold everywhere in
$1.00 sizes and Ruararteed to giv,
satisfaction or money r--f u:j 'J' l.
Applications obta.Lta .;t the better
barber shops and beauty parlors.
Young Si McCorabs Cooperative
,0 ren's an'
Herplciie does not stain or dye and Store Co are special agents. (Adv.)