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THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS, SATURDAY. APRIL 19, 1913.
the filling In of the ground has been
given to John Klehm & Son. the firm
being the only bidder. Henry W.
Horse has been chosen as contractor
and the Moline Heating and Construc
tion company will take care of the
sprinkling system. As many men as
possible will be, put to work and the
buildings will be erected in as short
a time as possible.
Fall Into Nett of Snakes. While
taking a "short cut" through a farm
ers field in order to lessen the dis
tance from Watertown to Hampton,
Miss Louise Forsberg, a teacher in the
schools of the latter town, fell into
an abandoned cistern, alight In the
Capitalists Buy Gas Engine Plant.
A group of Davenport capitalists,
headed by Julius Burmelster of the
Western Implement & Motor 'com
pany, and Arthur Clifford, until re
cetly secretary of the Schmidt Bros.
Co., gasoline engine manufacturers,
and president of the DeLuxe Textile
company, has ;Mtrchased the Sheffield
Gas Engine company, at Sheffield, a
suburb of Kansas City. A new com
pany will be formed with a capltali
aztion of $500,000, tmys Mr. Burmeis
ter. The plant and equipment will
be greatly enlarged, work to com
mencs as soon as all of the reorgani
zation details are completed. The
Sheffield Oas Engine company em
ploys 60 men at the present time but
it is announced that as toon as the
enlargement project is carried out
this will be Increased to 200.
Gives Bond for $2,000. Isaac Rich
ardson, under Indictment on a cliargo8
manslaughter for the death of Arthur
W'undram, has posted a (2,000 bond
? bis appeamcw In court when his
case m called. The bond was signed
by the A-i"in WiUty company,
with R. C. Williamson as resident
vice president and John Hynea as
resident secretary- Richa'rdbon noti
fied the sheriffs office that if he was
wanted, he would appear, and within
a few minutes Deputy Marinati placed
him In custody.
Orphans to Hear Concert. Mem
bers of the Harinonie chorus have
hearts for charity, as well as for
music. Several days ao they extend
ed Invitations to the children of the
State Orphans' home and the St. Vin
cent's orphanage to be their guests
at one of the Theodore Thomas or
chestra concerts at the Coliseum
May 1 and 2. The invitation so filled
the hearts of the children with Joy
that the ladles at once decided to
extend the scope of their benevo
lence. As a result they sent a slml
hir Invitation to the children of Beth
any home in Rock lulaud. All or
phan children of Davenport. Rock Is
land ami Moline are now included in
JJTts list of Harmonie gueHts and with
the lare seating capacity at the Coli
seum there will be ample acconimoda
.tons for all.
Levee Improvements Discussed.
Kfforts to effect a compromise on the
dlsRentlng question which now holds
up progress with the levee Improve
ment pians, will be made on the part
of the leveo commission. For the pur
pose of discussing this question, the
commission held a special meeting in
the city hall Thursday evenirg and
utred their views on the proposition of
laying the railroad tracks on the
levee front. The result of the confer
ence was principally that the com
mission would take the matter up
wlUi tho Milwaukee road officials as
Boon as possible and that something
would be done at once In order to
permit further progress with the Im
provements now under way. As the
matter now stands, the city Wants the
railroad tracks laid only a short dis
tance south of their present location
while the railroad company contends
that, in order to run tho tracks be
neath tho first span of the govern
ment bridge as contemplated, the
track will have to bo run about 75
feet southward into the levee. This
tho city hold 1? not necessary even If
several curves are necessitated
through the laying of the tracks be
neath the bridge. It is possible that
both sides will concede points in the
controversy In order to arrive at some
understanding and thud permit the
SAFE DEPOSIT VAULT
m i i fisifrsnHii-.. m
Will t f-si If i UJLLiS
m ii i I ii i si ttm i i 4 ml
EVERY YOUNG PERSON SHOULD HAVE A
CHECKING ACCOUNT IF YOU EXPECT HIM TO
KNOW THE VALUE OF MONEY LATER ON.
HE CANNOT LEARN THE VALUE OF MONEY
SUDDENLY AND IT IS ONLY BY WRITING A
CHECK THAT HE DISCERNS THE DIFFER
ENCE BETWEEN A NECESSITY AND A
4 INTEREST PAID OH SAVINGS
ORGANIZED -18 9 O
J EVEN NAUGHTY PARIS
CLINGING TROUSER SKIRT AND GLOVE GOWN
Trouaer skirt (left)
Paris, April 19. Paris, blase, bored
old Paris, whose whole life has been
one succession of startling events,
so that now it is aroused by but few
sensations, is openly and confessedly
all agog over the latest developments j
I ':.- ' . vl . i i g $f V c ft
ln garments for women the panta- wise bo a bifurcated effect rea1' pre
loon skirt and Its equally daring sis-! tents from the front the simU5 .de of
ter, the globe skirt. a pair of bloomers with the r uiinfng
Paris, home of modistes and storn? elastics broken, so that they extend
center of fashions which dominate the
civilized world, has seen the hobblo
skirt, the dircctoire and oountless
other daring varieties of the eccentric
as adapted to women's dress. Time
after time, it has seemed that the ex
treme of fashion has been reached,
and time after time the extremes thus
get have been passed by daring design
ers. Now. however, it seems as if the
limit has beon reached. Paris is not
shocked, but. rather naughtily pleased.
The pantaloon skirt is very nearly
what the name implies, only more so.
proposed levee Improvements being Goettsh of Scott county, and two sis
carried out- ters, Mrs. Bertha Lemm of Chicago
o iaud Mrs. Anna Marxen of Scott coun-
Obituary Record Emil Goettsh,
aged 41 years, died at a local hospi
tal at 7 o'clock Thursday night after
a prolonged illness. Death resulted
from pneumonia and complications.
Mr. Goettsh was born in Germany
Feb. 9, 1S72. He lived in the old
country until 10 years of age. In
1882, together with hia parents, he
came to the United States, making
uenpori ma noine immeaiaieiy. i ns :
deceased has since resided In Scott j
county. Here on Feb. 14, 1904. he
was niarriea to .u;.-s Amanaa ii06s.
who survives. In addition to the wife
he leaves four children. Norma, Fred
erick. Herman and Viola; three
brothers, Henry, William and Ernest
M.S CABLE PRts
H.P.HULL v ms
IS STARTLED BY THE
and love skirt.
It is a skirt of the familiar hobbie
variety slit to the knee so that Us
victim may propel herself as nature
intended ihat she should. The loose
ends of the flaps are sewed to the rear
of the ski;t, so that what would other-
to tho ankles. i
The glove skirt is equally true to
its name and startling in its effect.
It out-hobbles the hobble in tapering
off at the bottom to a quantity of cloth
about sufficient to make one leg of
a man's trousers. The giove skirt
perforce restricts activity on the part
of the wearer and forces upon her
the acquisition of a new wplking step
even more mincing than that which
the hobble skirt inculcates.
It is not thought that either of these
pklrts. the pantaloon or the glove, will
have any wide vogue.
Following a brief illness of two
weeks' duration Mrs. Francis Bayles,
aed i;- years, died at S o'clock Thurs
day evening at a local hospital.
Death was caubsd by pneumonia. Mrs.
Eayhes was born June 12, 1890, in Dav
enport and had resided here all her
life. Recently she had been employ
ed at the Krell bakery as clerk. Her
maiden name was Miss Meier. She
had been married for only the last
tVkQ months. She is survived bv her
husbaIljt Francis Bayles; the mother.
j Mrs. Theodore Meier; one sister,
, :.!iss Minnie Meier, and one brother,
; Harry, all residing in this city.
Mrs. Ludovica Lepper, a native of
Germany, who had lived in this coun
try place 1301, died at 9:30 o'clock
yesterday morning at her home,
16S0'i West Locust s'reet, after a
prolonged illness, at the age of 70
years. The agud lady was born July
14, 1S42, iu Hassum, Schleswig, Hol
stein, Germany, where she resided
practically ali of her life. There on
May 29, 1S63, she was married to
Frederick Lepper, who survives, in
addition to the following children:
Adolph, Christian, Mrs. Magdalena
Gersch, Frederick, Jr., Carl and Mrs.
Earl Boruff of Joy was an Aledo visi
Mrs. Louis Hartwig of New Boston
returned home Tuesday after visiting
t ith her sisters. Mrs. M. Danford and
M:rs Clara Hudson.
Mrs. J. W. Bridger of Purant, Iowa,
came Tuesday to visit her sister, Mrs.
Mrs. B. Davison and little daughter,
lauline, were Aledo visitors Tuesday.
Miss Alice Durston returned to her
heme in Woodhu',1 Wednesday, after a
slort visit with relatives in this city.
Mrs. Earl Dixon and Mrs. Charles
Welch of New Boston spent Tuesday
Mrs. S. B. Bolton went to Alpha Wed
r.f s:day to spend the day with rAatives.
A Charge of Address.
The Lamp plumbing shop is now lo
cale! in its new qucrters at $15 Sev.
entee-tl: street. (Adv.)
Dedicate Greek Church. Dedica
te xy services will be held at the new
Greek Orthodox church on Nineteenth
6trtet between Seventh and Eighth
avenues, tomorrow. The cathedral
will be dedicated fo the name of Saint
George and a large crowd of tri-city
Greeks will probably attend. About
2.000 people belong to the churcn.
''iese Include Greeks from Davenport,
Rock Island and Moline. The audi
torium of the cathedral will be taxed
to capacity to seat them all as it will
hold a little over tha number. The
work has been going on for about four
months. The building Is of brown
brick and la of artistic architecture.
Next Sunday is Palm Sunday accord
ing to the calendar of the Hellenic
church and has therefore been chosen
for the dedication. Rev. Saphroitios
Karrapiperis will conduct the ser
vices. Heads Relief List With $200. Tn the
official list of contributions sent di
rect to Governor Edwurd F. Dunne in
response to his appeal for relief of
the flood sufferers in the southern part
of the state, is included the contri
bution of Mrs. Ada Stephens of Mo
line for $200. Thousands of dollars
were sent in to the governor by sym
pathizing citizens and organizations
in Illinois and other states for the
fund that was used to relieve suffering
in the southern part of the state. The
list of contributions wat made publio
in Springfield for the first time yester
day and it shows that the gift of Mrs.
Stephens was the largest given by a
single individual. The biggest contri
bution listed w?.s one of $2,500 sent
bv the New Vor-t Citizens' Committee
for Instant Relief.
Greater Mo'ine Committee. At in
vitation of the joint committee of
nine from the civic commission of the
Moline club, the Retail Merchants'
association and the Manufacturers' as
sociation, 21 Moliners, including the
members of the Joint committee, din
ed in the Moline club at noon yes
terday. Result of the meeting was
that the 21 men present voluntarily
resolved themselves into a Greater Mo
Veteran Employe Resigns. W. M.
Sanderson, , one of the veteran em
ployes of the Burlington railway iri
Moline, has resigned his position as
cac-hier of the Moline freight office.
Mr. Sanderson has purchased a large
ftu't farm in Oregon and expects to
devote the rest of his life to develop
ing this land. Mr. Sanderson went
to work .for the Burlington in Moline
in 1887, 26 years ago, and through
fnithful service he was promoted
I from time to time until he held one
1 o' the most responsible positions un
j der H. S. Fristoe, the local agent. In
I January of 1S89 Mr. Sanderson was
j made foreman of the freight house and
; in 1835 he became the cashier, the
pci-ition he has held ever since.
Begin Work on Warehouses. Ma
chinery is being sent to East Moline
j preparatory to commencing work on
i the building of the new -warehouses
I John Deere & Co. w ill put up. The
' filing In will be started immediately
; and the outer work will follow as
quickly as possible. The contract for
Of More Serious Illness Ap
proaching. Mrs. Ben
Backache is a symptom of organic
weakness or derangement. If you have
backache don't neglect it. To get per
manent relkf you must reach the root
of the trouble. Read about Mrs. Ben
St. James, Mo. "About a year ago
I was irregular, had cramps every month.
headache end con
stant backache. I
took Lydia E. Pink-
Jt Compound and used
;t tr-lM the Sanative Wash
- r and I am relieved of
all my troubles and
am in perfect health.
I shall recommend
your medicine to all
my friends end you
may publish this tes
timonial for the benefit of other suffer
lng women." Miss Axna Bender, St.
Dixon, Iowa. "I have been taking
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com
pound for some time and it has done me
much good. My back troubled me very
much. It seemed weak. I had much
pain and I was cot as regular as I should
have been. The Compound has cured
these troubles and I recommend it to all
my friends." Mrs. Bertha Dierksen,
Box 102, Dixon, Iowa.
If yon Lave the slightest doubt
that Lydia E. Pinkham's Vejieta
bleC'ompoiind will help jrou, write
to Lydia E.Pinkhani MedicineC'o.
(confident lal) Lynn.I ass., for ad
Tice. Your letter will be opened,
read and answered by a woman,
i nnn i;eii in fitxic torilKlpni e.
i (A4vertLsemeiUl . 1
niast or a snake s nest. She was
rescued before the dormant reptiles
Boy's Condition . Serious. Berlin
Spence. the 18-year-old boy whose bl
cjcle chain broken while he was coast
ing down Seventeenth street, causing
him to lose control and ride into a
telegraph pole, is more seriously in
jured than was at first thought. He
was taken to the hospital at 12:15
yesterday and for almost three hours
was unconscious. Examinations show
ed that he was suffering from a se
vere concussion of the brain besides
being badly bruised. His right eye was
also completely closed. He HeB in the
hospftal at present in a very weaken
ed condition but physicians say that
hi recovery is certain.
Second Auto Accident. The second
automobile mishap of the day occurred
Thursday evening about 8:30 at Tenth
street and Twelfth avenue when a
motorcycle, operated by a Belgian,
whose name could not oe learned,
struck a Ford machine arlven by J.
W. Carlson of the C. O. D. Cleaning
and Dyeing company 1522 Sixth ave
nue. .No one was injured.
j SUNNY HILL
Rev. S. T. Clark attended the meet
ing of presbytery last Tuesday and
Wednesday at the United Presbyter
ian church in Moline.
The Rural Farmers' Social club met
iast Saturday afternoon at the J. W
The Sunday school at Sunny Hill
has changed its time of meeting from
2:0 to 3 p. m.
The month'b missionary meeting for
this district of the Lutheran church
w as held Wednesday" afternoon at the
home of Herman Wahlstrom. There
was a good attendance, a delicious
lunch was served by Miss Hanna
Wahlstrom. Mr. and Mrs. C. O. Wahl
strom of Moline attended the meet
ing. The U. P. Woman's Missionary so
ciety meets Thursday with Mrs. Anna
W. C. Grant of Moline was a caller
A company of friends helped Mr.
and Mrs. W. T. McWhinney celebrate
their 30th wedding anniversary Fri
day evening. Games were played and
a fine two course lunch was served.
Mr and Mrs. McWhinney were pre
sented with a set of table linen.
Mrs. Jane Grant, an old settler of
Sunny Hill, is critically ill at Fort
Mr. Christy of Viola was in Sher
Mrs. Oscar Lindstrom went to Ma
comb Wednesday to see her sister,
who is sick.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Sass of Stock
ton, Iowa, came Saturday and visited
their daughter, Mrs. William Bell.
They left Thursday for Mathersville
to visit their sons, Henry and John
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Johnson are
the parents of a baby girl who arrived
last Sunday, April 13.
Mrs. Robert Hanson and children
of Mathersville are visiting Mrs. itan
sou's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Armus
Mueller, this week.
Joreph Flaherty and Miss Maggie
Bfardeley of Sherrard were married
In Rock Island Wednesday, April 16.
They were accompanied by Robert Ir
win and Miss Stella Anderson. Mr.
and Mrs. Harry" Allen and Miss Ellen
Hnddick and Mrs. Ellen Allen and
Mr. and Mrs. Dormandy also attended
Rev. Arborgast visited and preached
at the IT. B. church Sunday. He came
Saturday, returning to his home at
The public schools opened Monday
for duty after being closed because of
the scarlet fever. The patients have
Mr. Hobart returned home Saturday
after a week's visit in Colchester.
George, the son of Mr. and Mrs.
William Gibson, is suffering fro
blcod poifon in his right hand. Dr.
Smith of Sherrard and Dr. Eddy of
M-'lan operated on It Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Love of Ta
re ma. Wash., and Mr. and Mrs. Harry
Ssyre went to Cuba last Wednesday
!to visit the wive's parents, Mr. and
j Ut- Hocker. They returned home
Mr. 'and Mrs. Herbert Love left
Monday fo. their borne at Tacoma.
Wash., haTl.ig been called to Sherrard
on account of the death of Mr. Love's
Miss Juila McMichael spent last
week la Port Byron with relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. Lyman Daily returned
home Tuesday from Moline where they
spent a few days.
Dae Noah, Dave Schafer, Henry
Struss, Lee VanMeer and Mr. Reiiicg
have new autos.
Jesse Cox is sick.
John Wainwright who has been ill is
Fred Whiteside was taken very 111
House Paint, Barn Paint, Floor Paint
and Floor Wax Now Selling at
Amazingly Low Prices
OTHER PAINT PRODUCTS CHEAP
Now that spring and the painting
season is on, Davenport people will
be gratified to know that they can
buy good quality, guaranteed Taints
of all kinds at far less than the usual
This is made possible by the Gordon-Van
Tine Co.'s offer to sell Paint
at wholesale prices to the consumer.
They furthermore agree to make free
deliveries to any place in the city.
To get good paint at money-saving
prices, pay the Gordon-Van Tine Co.'s
Plant a visit today. If vou can't do
that, call "190" on the telephone. No
trouble to do business by phone, be
cause Gordon - Van Tine absolutely
guarantee satisfaction, goods as rep
resented or money refunded.
The prices quoted below are made
possible by two conditions:
First you are buying direct from
the wholesaler. (No retailer's profits
or overhead cost to pay.)
Second you are dealing with a
concern that buy paint for thousands
of people. Naturally such a firm can
far underbuy the ordinary retailer.
House Paint, $1.22
This superior Taint is guaranteed
as to quality, weight and measure, yet
note our jrire. Contains the very
highest graif ingredients. It's ground
unusually fine and is scientifically
mixed. Won't crack, peel or blistrr
if put on as per simple directions on
can. Each gallon 2o0 to 300 sq. feet
(TWO COATS). The name of in-
?'redienta ia plainly printed on the
nhel. so you know just what you're
getting. Comes in 24 beautiful colors
Trice per gallon, $i.22.
Barn Paint, 88c
Comes ready mixed. Just the thing
for Barns. Sheds, Metal Roofs, Fences,
etc. Enhances the beauty of any
building and greatly lengthens its
life. Use this Paint and you'll not
have to go to the expense of repaint
ing for a long time. Colors, Vene
tian Red, Light Gray, Prince's Min
eral. Floor Paint, Per Quart, 31c
The kind that gives satisfaction.
Makes clear, handsome, sanitary floor
that's easily kept clean. Dries in one
GORDON-VAN TINE CO. -
Case and Federal Streets ( Telephone 191) Davenport, Iowa
last week but is Blightly improved this
Mrs. D. W. Mnmrca who has been
very ill with erysipelas the past week
is somewhat, better.
Alvah Searl and D. U". Mumma were
business callers in Joslln Tuesday.
Twenty boosters from Zuma town
ship attended the banquet at East Mo
line last Friday night.
Homer Daily was a business caller
in Rock Island last week.
Walter Maning of Coe was a caller
at Percy Cox's Tuesday.
Ralph Beal was an East Moline call
Viola Eekstrom and Verna Mumma
spent Saturday and Sunday with their
Dan Noah was a business caller in
Port Byron Wednesday.
Miss Francis Churchell of Rapids
City returned to Sheldon Murama's
Miss Hazel Walnwright was a caller
in Port Byron Tuesday.
Miss Mary Branberg of Coal Valley
returned home the first of the week
after a week's visit with Miss Milli
AJex DeBorde has the measles.
A trained nurse from Rock Island Is
caring for little Miss Alta Butcher.
Her many friends are glad to learn
she Is improving.
A few of the Odd Fellows from here
attended an Odd Fellows' meeting at
Mathersville Saturday night.
Mrs. Kate Sproston's baby has the
Charles Boyles and sister. Miss Ad
dle, attended the funeral of Mi3S Cecil
Mayo at Moline Wednesday.
A. Kendal and Miss Winifred Boyles
attended the surprise at. the home of
Meigs Walt Monday afternoon. It was
Mr. and Mrs. Walt's Z'iVh wedding an
niversary. The Odd Fellow lodge of which a
number from here are members, was
unfortunate In having Its regalia darn
aged by fire and water in the fire at
Reynolds Sunday night. Their loss
was partly covered by insurance.
Quick Relief ter Rheumatism
George. W. Koons. Law ton. Mich
says: "Dr. Detchon's Relief for
Rheumatism has given my wire won
derful benefit for rheumatism. Shu
could not lift hand or fool; bad to bt
lifted for two months. She began the
cse of the remedy and improved rap
idly. Ca Monday she could cot move
nd on Wednesday she got up. dressed
nerself and walked out for breakfast."
Sold by Otto Grotjan, laOl Second ave
nue. Rock Island: Gust Schlegel &
Eon, 220 West Second street, Daves
night. Can be scrubbed or washed
without injury. Makes old floors look
jiei Quality and satisfaction punr
ant mi. Comes in 5 colors Trice per
Per Pint, 28c
Great stuff for wood-work, beds,
shelves, etc. Ready-mixed so any
womun or man can apply it. Gives
beautiful porcelain effect. Unharmed
by soap and water Dries in onu
night. Ten beautiful colors. Get a
can and burnish up that old chair or
bed per pint, 2Sc.
Floor Varnish, $1.50
The touah. elastic, durable kind
our "Gordon" Brand. Ready for in
stant use. Dries in 30 to 36 hou-
with high gloss. Fully guaranteed. If
you don't want to put money into a
new floor this season just cover it
with this line varnish. Per gal. $1.50.
Here's a smooth, hard finish K.il
snmine the kind th:t won't rub off.
Comes in beautiful tints. Contains
no injurious chemicals. Looks better
and is better than costly wall paper.
Never gets dull or shabby. Covers
152 sq. ft. per lb., which is Soc more
than ordinary Kalsomine. Four
pounds decorate ordinary sized room.
Choice of 11 colors. Try it on jour
v bed room, dining room. hall, parlor
or kitchen. Our price for 4 lbs. 24c
Wall Paper Cleaner, 7c
For cleaning window shades, kal
somine. wall paper, etc. Makes rooms
clean and sanitary. Saves re-papering.
Ready fur instant use. Enough
in one package to clean a room per
Floor Wax 30c per 1 lb. can.
Boiled Linseed Oil in 19 Hal. Lots,
now 5?c per Gal.
Remember, if you can't call in per
son nt our Tlant today, you can call
by telephone or drop us a postal. Our
phone is 100.
We deliver Paint free any place in
Davenport on orders for $3 or more.
All orders handled promptly.
Washington Approving the sen
tence that dismissed Midshipman
James C. Cook from the Navel acad
emy for hazing. Secretary Daniels sent
every midshipman at Annapolis a let
ter warning him that hereafter no len
iency will be shown hazers, who will
be dismissed and alst imprisoned
henceforth as provided by law. "Your
hazer is essentially a bully," Mr.
Daniels wrote, "and must necessarily
have a streak of innate cruelty. Tha
navy lias no place fcr youths of this
kind." The victim of Cook's hazing
was Midshipman Newbold Lodge of
GA.j 0E CURED!
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