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THE BOCK ISLAXD AUGUS, TRUE SD AT. MAT 13, 1013.
I didate for office will be- closed. Here
i are the two tickets in norninetion:
Undertaker Coming. Every indica
' ' tlon points towards a most successful
three days' meeting when the 33rd an
nual convention of the Iowa Funeral
Directors' association . opens here
; Tuesday, with headquarters at the
New KlmbalL Much time and effort Is
betn; expended by members of the
local reception committee and by offi
cers of the Commercial club, who are
to share entertainment cf the visiting
directors, and elaborate preparations
are being made for the three days"
session. Sessions .will be held In the
convention hall of the Hotel Kimball,
and this hostelry will be used as bead-
- quarters for the Tlsltln delegates from
parts of the state. The opening
session -will bo heldTuesday morning
; at 10 o'clock, and Mayor Mueller and
Secretary I. C. Norwood of the Com
mercial club will-deliver addresses of
welcome. A trip pver the three cities
' in automobiles with brief stops et
points of Interest and a boat ride In
the evening of the second day are
among the pleasant events arranged
for the cessions.
!' Turners to Celebrate. The 25th an
niversary of the erection of the Daven
port (Turner hall building at Third and
Scott streets will be appropriately ob-
served this evening. A splendid pro
gram has been arranged. W. M. Cham
borlin -will speak In English and Guv
tav Donald and Henry Vollmer In Ger
man. Master Sllbersteln will render
a (violin solo and there will be selec
tions by the Turner Singing section
and the :Davenport Zither club. Var
ious aongo, music, etc., refrehmenta
- and dancing will complete the even
Zither Congress June 3 Extensive
arrangements are under way for the
: entertainment iof the delegates to the
American Zither congress which con.
venes la Davenport June I. 3 and 4 .
'' Reports from all sections of the coun-
try Indicate a splendid attendance.
Durlng the three days' session of the
congress two concerts will be given at
Turner hall and one at Schueuen
t park.. The soloists will be .Ludwlg
Becker, Chicago, violinist; Mrs. Hen
ry Matthey, Davenport, contralto;
Mrs. Hill, Chicago, soprano; Profes
sor Hugh, Louisville, Ky., either. The
full program will be announced short
ly. Fishermen Arrested. Three men,
Carl Brock, Kred Fischer and Victor
Fish, were arrested by Hayes Muhs,
deputy state game warden, on a charge
of Illegal fishing In the government
harbor bark of Suburban Island. The
men arjpesred before Justice Phil
Daum yesterday, but the case was con
tinued until today. The men are
charged with fishing with nets and
seines In sUto waters, in violation of
the statutes. They live on the Iowa
chore at Hochlngham.
Obituary Record. Ann'.o Smith, in
fant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Tony
Smith, died Tuesday afternoon at the
family homo. 326 South Pine etxeet,
after a brief illness of pneumonia. The
child was horn Oct. 13, 1912, and at the
time of death was 7 months old.
SON OF MARK HANNA WANTS TO REJOIN
G. 0. P.; OTHER OHIO BULL MOOSERS WONT
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VanDervoort; for vice president, O. F.
Anderson; for second vice president.
Frank A. llerbst; ior secretary, Fred
A. Lind; for trpasurer, Carl F. Lund-
Iberg; for directors, (tlireo-year
terms), L. E. Nutt, E. A. Tarbox, W.
H. Schulske. ,
Membership Ticket For president,
W. H, VanDervcort; for first vice
president, Harrold Henmenway; for
second vice president.' Frank A.
Herbst; for secretary, Elwood Ross;
for treasurer, Robert Young; for direc
tors (three-year term), M. J. McEniry,
A. T. Foster, W. H. Schulske.
For Greater Moline. At its direc
tors' meeting the Moline club appoint
ed a committee of three, consisting
of O. F. Anderson, W. L. Clark and
F. A. Herbst, to serve oa a steering
committee to carry out the recom
mendations and changes in the con
stitution and by-laws to permit the
selection of six men for "Greater
Moline" committee. The club is will
ing to have these changes made and
at the next meeting the six represen
tatives will be elected.
Top, Dan R. Hanna (left) and Walter Brown; bottom, A. L. Garford
(left) and James A. Garfield.
Cleveland, May 15. Dan R. Hajina,
newspaper man of Cleveland and son
of the late Senator Mark Hanna, wants
to get back into the republican fold.
He left it last year to join the bull
moose ranks. He was one of the heav
iest contributors to the progressive
cause during the last campaign, and
through his newspapers here pro
claimed that the republican party hac
committed suicide. Now he not only
is anxious to .return to the 'corpse"
but is doing everything he can to take
the bull moose party with him.
When Hanna left the republican
party last year. President Taft de
clared that he had done so because the
federal government had prosecuted
him under the Sherman anti-trust law.
Hanna said that wasn't the reason at
all; that he joined the progressives
becauee they were the party of up
lift Now he declares that he finds
very little difference between the two
parties and sees no reason why they
should not amalgamate.
The other bull moose leaders of the
state declare there is no possibility of
Shirkey Explains. At the regular
meeting of the socialist branch, J. J.
Shirkey appeared and explained his
conduct with reference to the recent
city election. It was alleged that he
violated some of the tenents of the
socialist party in buying cigars for
use at the last city election. He ex
plained his conduct and all of the dif
ferences, were satisfactorily adjusted
and Mr. Shirkey retains his place In
the socialist branch.
License Has Been Cancelled. The
committee on license has finally reach
ed a settlement In the Vogler-Anderson
license mixup in East Moline and Ed
Anderson has been given permission
to open up his ealoon in the Bishop
building near Watertown, which he
did yesterday morning. The saloon
has been closed for more than a week
pending the settlement Both men
claimed possession, each having ob
tained a license to operate there. Mr.
Vogler turned in his license. He has
opened a saloon in the Mohr building
Damage by Storm. The storm Tues
day worked its heaviest damage in
the vicinity of Prospect park. Both
Prospect parks cars were put put of
commission by the lightning. A big
tree on the Elks' property was struck
and the residence of the well known
physician. Dr. C. A. Peterson, at 2814
Fifteenth street, was split. ' Besides
knocking Dick Redfield, the doctor's
chauffeur, off his feet and putting the
electric lights out of commission, no
harm was done to any individual of
Y. M. C. A. Elects. In the annual
election that preceded the board of
directors meeting at the V. M. C. A.
resulted in the election of W. P. Hunt,
C. S. Taylor, Milton Johnson, W. E.
Freeland and Henry Eckland for a
term of three years and J. F. Strom
beck to serve for two years. The boaru
organised by reelecting the officers
who have served so well during the
past years and to whom much credit
is due for the excellent basis upon
Walter Brown, progressive state ' which the association's business has
the progressive camp, but that they
never will go into the republican
"There can't be anything in going
backward," declared A. L. Garford, bull
moose candidate for governor of Ohio
last year, in referring to the recon
ciliation proposed by Mr. Hanna. " It
would be going backwards to return
to the standpat principles of the old
"Republicans since election hae
been stealing bull moose thunder in
advocating many of the things con
tained in the progressive platform and
advocated by us during the campaign
last fall. We can but invite tHose
who really believe in progressive prin
ciples to join us in our fight. We cer
tainly can't go back in tne old methods
and retain our self-respect."
Obituary Record. Mrs. Leona Hut
sebant, aged ST, died at the hospital
in Moline Taesiiay afternoon, death
following an operation which she had
submitted to last Friday at the hos
pital. The decedent is survived by
her widower, three children' and four
brother. The children are Herman
and Maurice and a daughter, Helen.
She was born in Belgium and was mar
ried in that country to the husband
who survives her. About two years
ago they came to this city from their
native land and this has been their
home since. Three of the brothers,
namely: Jerome, Thomas and Maurice,
live in this city and one brother, Otto,
lives in Kewanee.
SPONSOR FOR SOUTH
- AT U. C. V. REUNION
chairman, is quite as determined in
his attitude against returning to the
republicans as is Mr. Garford. He
feoffs at Hanna's "back to mamma"
James R. Garfield, another progres-
Ross Waluwright and family of
Zuma visitud Sunday at the W. F.
Mrs. Cady entertained her bro'-her
from South Dakota the first of the
MI-O-NA FOR OUT-OF-ORDER STOM
ACHS. Who ever heard of u jolly dyspeptic?
Merriment and iuiltsUon are as far
apart as the north and south polos.
The dyspeptic should not be blamed if
he is blue, irritable, or grouchy he
(.an not help it.
No one who has a coatvd tongue,
dizziucbs. nerves on dge, sour and
fcassy slomuch. and ktows that he ean
f not eat a hearty meal without stomach
distress, cau be sweet tempered or en
Why allow this condition to con
tinue? Ml-o-na, a specific for out-of-order
stomachs, can be had from any
drug store on money back If not, bene
Mi-o-na is not only a digestive which
'gives prompt relief whether taken af
' ter meals or at any sign of stomach
distress, but contains ingredients
. which strengthen the wails of the
'. stomach, stimulate the Cow of the gas-
trie juices, and restore the digestive
organs to a normal condition.
The 6tomach must digest your food
readily and supply the body with its
; proper nourishment before you can be
well, strong, or have 1'fe assume any
( thing but a gloomy aspect.
- If you have any symptoms of a dis
' ordered stomach, begin the use of Mi
i o-na at once today. Why wait stom-
acb ills usually lead to something ser
' ious. Always keep Ml-o-na in the
'house carry it while traveling. You
have nothing to lose, for money re
funded if not satisfied. Thomas Drug
company and druggists everywhere. A
large box, 6Ckx (Adv.)
an amalgamation such as Mr. Hanna I give loader of the state, also declares
proposes. They say they have no ob-1 that the bull moose never will return
Jectlons to the republicans coming into j to the G. O. P. fold.
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week. From here he went to Wood
hull to the home of his parents.
Miss Lena Palmer and Lee Sharp
of Monmouth spent Sunday here w ith
friends and relatives.
Scott Alien entertained out of town
Dr. Crocks lef. Sunday night fcr his
parents' home, called by the sickness
of his mother.
Mrs. Jennie Luce and Miss Silvia
Karwath of Davenport 6ppnt one aay
the first of the week with Mrs. Betty
Miss Pearl Rope of Moline was vis
iting relatives here Sunday.
The family of W. D. Kitchen spent
Sunday in Moline at the D. Holbs
Elza Walker spent Sunday ct the
home cf his father, James Walker, in
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Johnson vis
ited Sunday with JIrs. Johnson's par
ents in Zuma.
Mrs. Annie Peterson and Mrs. Ed
Hogue were Hampton visitors Sunday.
Miss Clara Lloyd of Silvis visited
with Watertown friends Sunday.
Mrs. W. M. Drlggs returned Mon
day night from a ten days' visit at
Peoria with her daughter.
Henry Knockemus and family of
Osborn visited last Sunday at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. John Gerkin.
Mr. and Mrs. Vince Morgan and
family of Geneseo were Sunday guests
at the home of the latter s parents, Mr.
and Mrs. George Bruner.
Miss Rosa Fillmer closed her school
at the Greenwood school last Thurs-
nicely and may possibly come home in
The P. Y. P. chib will meet at tht
home of Mr. and Mrs. James Wreath
next Saturday evening.
MiEses Dena and Alma Gerkin went
to Moline last Tuesday to stay some
time, having secured positions there.
T. Eichelberry was a visitor at Al
bany last Saturday and Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Sample went
to the tri-cities last Thursday and
spent the day shopping.
Rev. and Mrs. Wright visited last
Tuesday at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. William Eipper enter
tained the following young people at
dinner last Sunday: Pete Bernland,
Court Lundeen, Eugene Lundberg of
Rock Island. Louis and Anthony Fill
mer, Ben Gerkin and the Misses
Knockemus, Dena Gerkin, Rosa and
Vera Fillmer and Erna Lundeen.
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Miss Louise Foster spent from
Thursday till Sunday with her sister,
Mrs. Fred Faulkner, of Bay island.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Splckler and
daughter spent Sunday with Mrs.
Splckler's mother, Mrs. M. Zollner.
Robert Workman spent Sunday with
hij sister, Mrs. William Fryermuth.
Mrs. William Krans and children of
Bay island spent Sunday at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. James Hayes.
Miss Rena Middaugh spent Saturday
and Sunday in Muscatine, the guest
of her sister, Mrs. Fred Krans.
Mr. and Mrs. Philip Missbaum spent
Sunday with their parents, Mr. and
Mrs. F. W. Foster.
Mr. and Mrs. Philip Wagler are the
neighbors and parents attended and Pents of a little daughter whom they
enjoyed a fine time.
The ladies of the Fairfield union
will hold a bazar and ice cream so
ciable at the Fairfield church Wednes
day evening. May 14.
Miss cora Nelson and little brother,
Eugene, of Rock Island spent Satur
day and Sunday at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. Arthur Genung.
Mr. and Mrs. George Boardman re
ceived word that their son. Hoi lis, who
submitted to an operation at St. Luke'a
hospital at Davenport, is getting along
have named Beatrice.
Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Dungan and
children and Mrs. Ed Reynolds and
children and Miss Mary Kelly were
guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Thomas Watson Sunday.
Notice to Contractor.
Elds will be received at the mayor's
office. 5 a m.. May 26, 1913, for the
construction of a six-inch watermain In
Scheuermann's Sixth addition.
H. M. SCHR1VER.
been handled. These are: President,
C. S. Trevor; vice president, W. P.
Hunt; secretary, William Stange;
treasurer, J. F. Strombeck.
Two Tickets Named. Opposition
has developed to the board ticket
nominated in the Moline club, and a
contest is promised at the annual elec
tion, to be conducte under the Aus
tralian ballot system next Tuesday
afternoon. The annual meeting wUI
be called to order at 8 o'clock, at
which time polls for balloting on can-
She Was So 111 Restored to
Health by Lydia E. Pink
Pentwster, Mich. "A year ago I was
very weak and the doctor said I had a
ment. I had back
ache aud bearing
down pains so Dad
that I could not sit
in a chair or walk
across the floor end
I was in severe pain
all the time. I felt
discouraged as I had
taken everything 1
could think of and
was no better. I
began taking Lydia E. Pinkham's Veg
etable Compound and now I am strong
and healthy." Mrs. Alice Daeling,
PwF.D. No. 2, Box 77, Pentwater, Mich.
Bead What AnotherYVoman says:
Peoria, IIL "I had 6uch backaches
that I could hardly stand on my feet. I
would feel like crying out lots of times,
end had such a heavy feeling in my right
side. I had such terrible dull headaches
every day and they would make me feet
60 drowsy and sleepy all the time, yet I
coold not sleep at night.
'After I had taken Lydia E. Pinkham's
Vegetable Compound a week I began to
Improve. My backache was less and
that heavy feeling in my Eide wcr.t
away. I continued to take the Com
pound and am cured.
" You. may publish this if yoa wish.
Miss Clara L. Gadwitz, B.R. No. 4,
Box 62, Peoria, IIL
Such letters prove the value of Lydia
E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound for
woman's ills. Vhy don't you try it?
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Lewis Gets Douglas Picture.
Washington, D. C, May 15. Senator
Lewis' room in the senate office build
ing will be Improved by the hanging
of an old portrait of Stephen A. Doug
las on the wall. Herbert J. Browne
Michigan and Chicago, now secre
tary to Representative Beakes ot
Michigan, yesterday presented Senator
Lewis with tho picture. It dates back
50 years or more and is said to be a
good likeness of tho "Little Giant"
from Illinois. '
All the news all the time The Argus.
; Iliss Kate DaSTan.
Austin, Texas, May lo. lue mgn
est honor within the gift of the Unit
ed Confederated Veterans tills year
goes to a Texas woman. Miss Kate
Daffan of Austin. She has been chos
en to act as sponsor for the south at
the annual reunion of the veterans at
Chattanooga, May 7-29.
Several years ago the confederate
organisation resolved to designate
some daughter of the south a3 spon
sor at each reunion, and Winnie Davis,
daughter of Jefferson Davis, born in
Richmond, the confederate capital,
under the stars and bars, wa3 the first
sponsor chosen. While she lived no
other was ever considered for the
honor. The sponsors who succeeded
her were chosen for one year only.
Among them have been Jefferson Dav
is' granddaughter, Miss Lucy Davis
Hayes; General Clement iivans'
daughter, Sarah Kvans, and Miss
Cora Mallory, granddaughter of Steph
en Mallory, who was secretary of the
Miss Daffan is one of the most prom
inent young women of the Lone Star
state. She Is a former fctate president
of the Daughters of the Confederacy
of Texas; and a large chapter at Den
ton Is called in her' honor the "Kate
Daffan chapter." She has previously
acted as sponsor for the Texas divi
sion at general reunions. She was the
first superintendent of the Confed
erate Women's home at Austin, an te
station erected by the Daughters of
the Confederacy of Texas and pre
sented to the state.
Miss DajTan is a former state presi
dent of the Texas Women's Press as
sociation, which is composed cf the
active literary women" of the state.
She was until recently state historian
for the Daughters of the American
Revolution, and is at present first vice
president of the Texas State Histori
cal association. She Is the author of
four books, "Women in History,"
"The Woman $1 the Pine Springs
Road," "As Thlnketh a Woman," and
a book of stories. She is a sympa
thetic and convincing public speaker.
Nctlce to Contractors.
Bids will be received at the office of
the mayor, 9 a. m.. May 20, 1&I3, for
paving Twenty-fifih street with brick,
from the north line of Ninth avenue to
the north lice of Eighteenth avenue.
Plans and specifications on file at. tbe
office of the city engineer. Contractor
will be paid in bonds bearing 5 per
cent Interest All bids must be accom
panied by cash or a certified check la
the amount of V per cent of tha bid.
H. M. SCKRIVER.
President of the Board of Local Im
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and careful transaction of alt" business intrusted to it and
its policy must be sound.
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bank has won the confidence of a discriminating public.
Your patronage invited.
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