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THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS. MONDAY, MAT T9, 191o-.
Meier, Rock Island, and Clara Meier,
'fell several feet, alighting on the tile t Saturday afternoon at the family
home, 2119 Fulton avenue, after aj
brief illness. j
After a brief illness, Mrs. John Soe-
; floor and suffering a broken hip.
Buildings for Home. Two nsw
a.. ....i o , u build'.nes. a hofDital and a school. .are
.tt-mr,,. . . . I to be erected at the Iowa State 'Or-! dcr, a native of Bohemia and one of
attempting to turn from Armstrong j phan8 home tMs summer. An appro- the best known women in the west
avenue nto the drive leading to the ; priation of $20.000'has been made for n of the citv died Saturday even
Kock Island entrance to the arsenal j the hospital, and $12,000 for the lng at tne famny home, 1S34 West
collided with a buggy containing two school. Plans are being prepared by Eighth streeL Although ' born In Bo
men, both of whom were injured. One, I the state architect, H. F. Liebbe, at jiemia- june 21. 1860, the deceased
Henry Abel, residing in the western Des Moines, and the bids are to be in t th T-ni'rort 5tatps and to Dav-
part of the city, is now at St. Luke's j about the beginning of June. The j eriport wnen 12 years of age. She liv
ed in this city the remainder of her
life. Her maiden name was Annie
Gratherville and on July 12, 1SS2, she
was married to John Soeder. She is
survived by the husband, two daugh
ters. Mrs. A. Allison and Miss Theresa
Soeder, and two brothers, Albert J.
hospital suffering with severe injuries school will front on Eastern avenue,
about the head and shoulder and prob- j and will be built directly south of the
able Internal injuries. The second j present school building. It will have
victim of the accident was able to go : four rooms for the primary grades,
to his home, having received a few , and will consist of two stories and
basement It will bs built of brick
with slate roofing. The hospital build-
1 minor bruises. Abel was thrown about
20 feet by the force of the collision
and when picked up by occupants of
another auto following, was uncon
' sclous. He was at once rushed to St.
Luke's where his injuries were dress
ed. The auto which struck the buggy
was a touring car and contained two
rouples. The machine was stopped
Just sufficiently to ascertain the
amount of damage done and then the
party speeded on without their names
being learned. None of the occupants
of the auto was injured. The buggy
was almost completely demolished.
Parade for Moose. A big street
parade will be the feature of the
Moose carnival w hich opens here June
2, and all Moohc members In the tri
ckles will be in the line. The final
arrangements for the big show were
completed at the meeting of the local
chapter at Prosperity hall Saturday
night. The parade will form at the
corner of Second and Ripley streets
at 7:30 o'clock the evening of June 2,
the opening day. The parade will
pass through the entire down town
section of the city. Estimates place
the number of. Moose who will be in
the line at over 1.600.
Breaks Hip. Falling from a high
step ladder while nt work Saturday af
ternoon at 3 o'clock. Cleve H. Nichols,
janitor of the Central Office building.
Mrs. E. J. Dutcher, aged
diseases. There will also be a diet
kitchen, an operating room and all oth
er departments of a modern hospital.
ing win De locaiea w or sv ieei and Soederj all residing in Day.
west oi me scnooi. u win nave tour
wards on the first floor and two wards
on me secoaa noor, m aaaiuon to a P(c.i,PTlt n, Rllrfl.nnn. in for the
detention department for contagious , ,agt - years djed Satunjay at a i0Cal
hospital from heart failure, brought
on by the excitement of her trip from
Buchanon to the hospital, where she
expected to live. Mrs. Dutcher had
Street Cars Crash. In turning the been ill for several years. She was
corner at Third and Brady streets Sat- brought to the local infirmary for
urday evening aboue 7 o'clock, a Lo
cust street car crashed into an I. & I.
interurban car and practically demol
ished the rear end vestibule. The in
terurban car was taken to the barns.
No one was injured beyond a slight
Obituary record. Following a lin
gering illness, Mrs. Anna Drewes,
tged 76 years, died Saturday at the
family home, 1621 West Locust street.
Death was due to the ailments of old
ape. Mrs. Drewes was born Jan. 16,
1837, in Germany, where she grew up
and where she was educated. In the
year 1S79 she wa united in marriage
treatment, but the exigencies of the
trip were too much for her heart in
its weakened condition and death, resulted.
Saloona Close on Sunday. Never
again will East Moline be the scene of
Sunday "booze fests". AH saloons
will hereafter be closed on the Sab
bath, no intoxicants will be served in
coffee houses and boarding houses,
and no breweries will be allowed to de
liver on Sunday. Chief Coakley gave
out this statement several days ago
and asserts that he means to enforce
the law strictly. The order went into
Bids will be received at the mayor's
office until 9 a. m. May 19 for the con
struction of a 24-inch storm drain on
Tenth avenue and Seventeenth street
Specifications on file at the engi
H. M. SCHRIVER, Mayor.
The splendid work of Chamberlain's
j Stomach and Liver -Tablets i3 daily
with John Drew es, who preceded her ; coming to light. No such grand reta
in death 20 years ao. She came to i edy for liver and bowel troubles was
Davenport the same year of her mar-' ever known before. Thousands bless
riage and had made her home in this them for curing constipation, sick
city ever since. j headache, biliousness, jaundice and
Emelie Marie Mephan, 3-year-old i indigestion. Sold by all druggists.
daughter of George J. Mephan, died (Adv.)
RUSSIAN CZAR PRAYS FOR MALE HEIR; CZAREVITCH HOPELESS
INVALID. GRAND DUCHESS OLGA MAY YET ASCEND THE THRONE
a sT- "rTr rcn
t. . .
Top. left to right: Orand Duchess
Olga, the Czarevitch, the Czarina.
Bottom, the Czar (IcfP ni'
Grand Duke MichaeL
Ft. Petersburg. May 19.
Give me a son!"
Daily, and with terrible earnestness,
the czar of all the Kurias utters this
prayer. The sun whom he had count
ed upon to succeed him on the throne
J a hopeless invalid, and can never as
sume the duties of the Russian em
peror. Unless a male heir is born the
czar's scapegrace brother, Michael
Alexandroviteh, may succeed him.
Either that, or the order of succession
muct be so changed during the rres-
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th Graud Duchess Olga. can take the
reina of government upon his death.
Michael and his brother the czar
never have gotten a'.ong together.
would always be an invalid and prob
ably never reach manhood, the czar
sent for Michael. He arrived at Tsar-
is living In France in exile. His
name may not be mentioned in Russia.
Last year w hen the little czare-; skoe Selo with his morganatic w ife
Ju?t now Michael is under a ban andjviich'a accident made it clear that he ' sheremetewtka! The czarina was fu
rious; lae czar eaia tne sneremetew-s-
! ka woman must loave. Michael said if
I she left, he'd leave, too. The czar
i implored Michael to give up his wife
and prepare himself as the future rul
er of Russia.
"I hear you are expectins a happy
event in your family; you may have
i a son, said .MicLaei. "1 am sick of
all this nonsense. I ticnt want to be
czar and I won't be. I waive all my
rights. Do what you like, but leave
me my peace."
That ended the interview and there
has been none since. If the expected
child be not a soa, the machinery of
sUite will set in motion to make the
Grand Duchess Olga heiress to the 50
crow ns of all the Russlas.
Grand Duchess Olga is a girl of 17,
possessed of much spirit and tempera
ment. She takes an interest in prac
tical physics and chemistry, and
rpceds many hours in the laboratory.
She is devoted to her cousin, Dmitri
Pavlovitch, whom she will wed soon. .
Success depends largely upon
uooa neaiin 2JHMJWMMJHW
In your race for success don't loose sight of the fact that only
through good health can you attain success.
The tension yoa must necessarily place upon your nerves, and the
sacrifice of propvr exercise you have to make at times must be
balanced in some way.
Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery
it th hclancing pouter a vft elixir. g power. It acts on
the stomach a;;d organs of digestion and nutrition, thus
purifying tho blood and giving strength to the nerves.
Indirectly aiding the liver to perform its very important
work. Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery has been
eucccisful for a generation as a tonic and body builder.
Sold by medicine dealora in liquid or tablet form
trial box of "Tableta" mailed oa receipt of GO one
If in failing health write Dr. R. V. Pierce's
faculty at Iaralk!' Hold, Buffalo New York.
Would Change Official Paper.
Frank Lohr of Moline will go to the
meeting of the Great Council of Red
men, which takes place this week, in
an attempt to make the local Red
men's paper, the American Indian, an
official state affair. Heretofore the
"Illinois RedmeV has held U1I3 posi
tion. The American Indian is pub
lished by well known local men;
George T. Kemmerling being presi
dent; Frank P. Lohr, secretary, cna
Charles J. Ekstrom, treasurer. This
paper has grown great'.y in the last
few months and it is hoped that Mr.
Lohr can succeed In making it the
Redman official organ for Illinois. At
the meeting of the King Philip Tribe
of Redmen last night, it was decided
to send Joseph Fogelstrom as a dele
gate to the great council meeting at
Jacksonville. Mr. Fogelstrom was au
thorized to vote as he 6ees best on the
orphan's home question which has
been bothering the Redmen.
To Honor Dead. Sunday,. June 8,
has been decided upon as the date for
services to be held in Riverside ceme
tery in memory of honored Odd Fellow
and Rebekah dead. The date was set
at a joint committee meeting of the
memorial committees of Moline lodge,
No. 133, Manufacturers' lodge. No. 485,
Swedish OKve lodge. No. 583, Myrtle
Rebekah lodge. No. 256, and Swedish
Olive lodge Rebekah lodge. No. 543.
W. A. Hubbard, past grand master of
the I. O. O. F., has accepted the invi
tation to deliver the address of the
day. Mr. Hubbard resides at Carrol
tcn, and at present is a member of the
state legislature from that district.
The Moline Crescent band has been
secured to furnish the instrumental
music for the occasion. The Olive
Male chorus will appear in vocal num
bers. J. J. Johnson has been appoint
ed marshal of the day. Hope of the
committee is to have 1000 marchers
in line, as there are nearly 1500 mem
bers of the order in Moline, and about
200 in East Moline. Request of the
committee is that all who can possibly
tum out do so. The Cantons, which
expect to muster between seventy-five
and a hundred swords, will appear in
uniform. Arrangements for decorat
ing the graves will be completed at the
next committee meeting and several
miner details will be attended to.
Jury Break Deadlock. The Greer-
Vezos case was decided In favor of the
p'aintiff, J. L. Greer, the jury awarding
him a verdict for $50 and ccsts. The
jury was dead-locked for a few hours
and the verdict was finally the result
of a compromise. It looked for a time
as if Constable James Fox would have
a night job to watch the jury. Another
perplexing questicn was the place
w here the jury could be housed in the
event of a long deadlock. While the
court and the constable were studying
over these questions Foreman Rene
Van Speybroeck reported the decision
of the jury and they were paid off by
th9 court and dismissed. The suit
was for $100 which the plantiff claim
ed was due him as money advanced to
the defendant. He later asserted in
the trial that the mosey he'd by him
was commissions resulting from the
sale of real estate in the New Shops
Obituary Record. Mrs. Henry Jas
per of 713 Eighteenth avenue, died Fri
day evening after a five days' illness
of a complication cf diseases. She
was born Sept. IS, 18S4 in Louden,
Iowa. Anna Meier married Henry
Jasper Feb. 8. 1906, at Davenport, la.
The coup came a ence to live in Mo
line, where Mr. Jjf.pcr wag ana nas
since been in the meat business at 710
Eighteenth avenue. Mrs. Jasper was
prominently connected with the Ger
man Lutheran church of Rock Island
and was well known in the tri-clties.
She is survived by her husband and
two children, Lawrence and Leroy,
aged 5 and 6 years. She Is also sur
vived by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. F.
C. Meier of Lowden, Iowa; four broth
ers. Lewis Meier. Crandum, S. D.;
Walter Meier. Lowden. Ia.; George
Meier, Boone, la., and Paul Meier,
Mo'lce. There are aUo three sisters,
Martha Meier. Cladence, la.; Bertha
R. J. Phelps and wife and Mrs. N.
Krambeck drove in their auto to the
Mrs. J.. L. Swank was a tri-city vis
Mr. and Mrs-. Ed Swanson and son
Ralph of Moline visited at the home of
Charles Rosemond Friday. j
Mrs. . Olin A. Stipp and son Ford
were Moline visitors Friday.
Mrs. P. O'Donnell and daughter El-
la were Moline visitors Friday.
j Mrs. Charles Below ski spent Friday '
at Moline. I
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Calvert are the)
proud parents of twin girls, born May '
Mrs. Daniel Ham mack was a Moline
business caller Friday.
W. W. Bowlby of Rock Island spent
Friday tuning pianos here.
Mrs. August Schlueter and little
son Carol visited with Moline rela
D. F. Jones was a business caller
in Moline Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. George F. Holland vis
ited this week with Mrs. Holland's
sister Mrs. Carrie Lambert.
Mrs. Louis Sickler and sister, Doro
thy Weitz, spent Thursday at Moline.
Mrs. Henry Krambeck and family
of Sllvis spent Friday with her aunt.
Mrs. J. Fahlstrom.
Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Frank return
ed home to Reynolds, after a brief
visit at the Louis Weits home.
The Misses Myrtle and Nellie Flor
in and Alice Fahlstrom, who are at
tending Augustana college at Rock
Island, visited over Sunday with home
Presents to the tourist the most wonderful
. spectacles in the repertoire of nature. The Canyon
and the Falls are twin wonders the gorgeous
harmonizing of colors the unmatched rock
formation, the Geysers, Old Faithful the water
clock of the Yellowstone Go this summer via
Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul
Union Pacific Line
Low Round Trip Fares effective daily, June 1st to
September 30th. Liberal Stop-overs allowed. Visit
Denver and Salt Lake City enroute. Let us assist
you in planning your trip; Write for illustrated
Booklet giving detailed information on the best
way to see the f ark and the cost.
California passengers may visit the
side trip from Salt' Lake City or i
passengers for Pacific North West from
The side trip is made most
economically if arranged at the
time of purchasing through
i c. M. a s. t. Rr. "
i 303 Bredy Street
: Park as a $mfflU
Julia Hintermeister visited from
Friday until Tuesday at the home of
her sister, Mrs. John Lowe of Preemp
tion. The Ladies' Aid society of the M. E.
church held its monthly meeting at
the home of Mrs. Henry Bestlan
Rock Island passengers Thursday
were Mrs. John Hofer, Mrs. Clyde
Schneider, Miss Carrie Schuck and
Mrs. Emma Blazer and daughter
Ella left Wednesday for Ottawa, 111.,
where they will visit Gotleib Blazer,
who was recently injured in a rail
road wreck while en route to Chicago,
and who is confined in the hospital
at Ottawa. Reports state that Mr.
Blazer is recovering nicely and will
be able to return home in a few
Lee Baker of Huron, S. D., arrived
here Tuesday evening to attend the
funeral of his sister, Sarah Baker of
Mr. and Mrs. Preston Ball and
daughter Mildred visited with friends
in the village Wednesday.
Mrs. William Parmenter and daugh
ter Sadie returned home Wednesday
after visiting several days with rela
tives in Rock Island.
Miss Mabel Alcorn is attending du
ties at the bank of this village, Miss
Jennie McConnell being on duty in
Robbie Miller is spending several
days with his friend, Gotleib Blazer,
in Ottawa. 111.
Rock Island passengers Wednesday
were Anna Hintermeister, Mr. and
Mrs. T. S. Johnston. Mrs. W. H.
Wenks, Miss Mary Fuhr, Robbie Miller
and Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Elliot.
Miss Marna McLaughlin closed her
school Friday with a picnic. A good
time was enjoyed by all.
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Daveapott. low. 'JtlJif i -uW R VX
yeZowsfone Park Season June 16 to Sept. 16.
pengren, lot 14, bioca "v, Aionne
Water Power Co. eighth addition, Mo
E. H. Guyer to Carl J. Sodergren,
lot 4, block "I." Edgewood Park addi
tion. Rock Island, 800.
, Sarah Warren to H. D. Mack, lots
4 and 5, block 55, old town, Water
Augusta D. Letsch to William L. Ly
singer. lot 2D. block 8, Silvis, $3,000.
E. H. Stafford to Mary Phelps, lot
13, block 4, Sllvis, $150.
Mary Phelps to Katherine Rasmus
sen, lot 13, block 4, Silvis, $1.
Ed. O. Mueller, to Moline Channel
Ice Co., tract at Third avenue between
Twenty-third and Twenty-fourth
streets, Moline. ?1.
John Swertsen to Clarence- Ellings-
worth, part outlot 2, Candee Grove adi
dilion, Moline, $1.
Caleb Forsell to Aaron G. Abraham,
lot 5, block 5, Island View Heights,
Rock Island, $4,000.
Walter J. C'ouley et ux to Martha
McAfee, part lots 10 and 11, block 2,
William E. Bailey's Twelfth street ad
dition, Rock Island, $1.
PR. PlERCfS CKAT
FMUIT DCCT02 EOCK,
Tke People's Common
Sees Medical A4rtsr
new! y rorisod rj-t-dtm
dkjcxx of 1C
paces, imwcn kots
of delicate QuestioM
which t?Try woauu
stncl or marrid ,: t
to know. Sect FR
1b doth bindiac to tcy
clrc oa receipt of
3 1 aaocent tnmpo. to
covor cost of wr?paLC
m.d muiftnm oalr
"We Should Worry"
PHONE WEST 123
Home Tea Co.
225-227 Eighteenth Street.
Ij REALTY CHANGES jj
Cyrus Clevenstine to H. A. Cleven
stine, lot 6, block 1, Rudgren & John
son's addition, Rock Island, $1.
Charles W. Thacher to Sam W.
Heath, part lot 6 and lot 7, block 1,
Dickson & Young's addition, fiilan,
Julius Grymonprez to Camiel 'Ter
mont, outlot 1, J. Grymonprez's addi
tion, East Moline, $300.
George E. Ferguson to Josephine
Forsythe, lots 14, 15 and 16, block 21,
Brighani's addition, Cordova, $400.
Emma A. and Dan D. Pottiger io
Charles Goldenzopf, lots 1 and 2. Hin
reck's subdivision, South Rock Island,
Cecilie and Simon Goldburg to
Bertha Baker, part lot 8. block 10, old
town. Rock Island. $3,000.
W. L. Velie to John M. Rosenberg,
lot 79, Emma D. Velie's addition, Mo
S. S. Davis to James M. Welch, lot
17 block 4, 21st St. add., Rock Island,
Mary Dauber, et al to Fred J. Sittig,
part let 3, block 1, J. W. Spencer's 3d
add.. Rock Island, $10.
E. H. Guyer to Wallace Young, lot
S, block 2, University Place, Rok Is-
Be:ia Dawscn to Matilda Wenhe, lo.
27, C. O. Ahrenchild's 2d add., Plea
ant View, $2,250.
lister E. Nutt to Robinson R.
Whiteside, part lot 5, block 21 Woods'
third addition, Moline, $1.
Curtis Wm. Nell to Euoiie Schatter
man, lot 16 McCabes' l3t add.. Rock
Guyer, White & Pcpen to Chas. B.
Rose, lot 7, block, 2, Rlverview, East
Mdine Trust & Savings bank to
Fred and Emma M. Johnson, part out
lot 12. Highland add., South Moline,
Julia Ida Casson to Charles . Beck-1
i strom, lot 13, Columbia Park addition,
' Moline, $350.
Edward A. Mosher to George A. Wil
liams, lot 10, Columbia Place, Molice,
Erick J. Aspengren to Jennie M.
Leaf, lot 14. block "W." Moline Water
Power Cc. eighth addition. Moline, $1.
Jen? ie M. Leal to Elizabeth id. As-
Verdi Was a Frenchman.
Verdi was a Frenchman, though ne
always claimed to be an Italian. The
great composer of "Aida" was a na
tive of Ronsole. a vlllnge of the old
dukedom of Parma, annexed by the
great Napoleon in 1808 and made over
Into the French department of Taro.
Tnro was still French in 1813. when
Verdi was born. Therefore, though
born on Italian soil, Verdi was legally
t Frenchman by birth. Boston Post.
NEW BANK AT SILVIS;
RICHARD WALSH HEAD
A large number of stockholders have
organized the 'Silvis State Savings
bank which will be capitalized at
825,000. The following board of direc
tors was named: Richard Walsh. B.
F. Griffith, J. C. Korb, L. B. New
ton, L. M. Magill, H. J. Smith, H. F.
Vierich, It. Haemar, L. J. Korb. J.
M. Gallager, Will Ireland. These
then met and elected the officers for
the bank. The latter are:
President Richard Walsh.
Vice President Will Ireland.
Cashier J. M. Gallagher.
The following executive committee
was also chosen: Richard Walsh, Will
Ireland, H. F. Vierich. J. C. Korb.
The executive committee was au
thorized to secure property at once
for the bank.
Rheumatism Relieved in a Few Hours.
N. B. Langley, Madison, Wis., says:
"I was almost helpless with rheuma
tism for about five months. Had it in
my neck so I could not turn my head,
and all through my body. I tried
three doctors and many remedies
without any relief whatever until I
procured Dr. Detchon's Relief for
Rheumatism. In a few hours the
pain was relieved and in three days
the rheumatism was completely cured
and I wa3 at work." Sold by Otto
Grotjan, 1501 Second avenue. Rock
Island; Gust Schlegel & Son, 220
West Second street, Davenport.
YOUR HAIR TURNING GREY OR FADED
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There is no need of any one now-a-
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dandruff either, thdt causes it to fall
Falling hair and dandruff ruin a
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giay and faded hair make you look so
much older than you really are.
Hay's Hair Health used regularly
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just apply a little at night, according
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Health in preference to any other prep
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dark, beautiful, glossy natural color,
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and more satisfactory and is so much
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Druggists will refund your money
it Hay's Hair Health is not satisfactory
after a fair trial.
Free: Sign this adv. and lake it to
the following druggists and get a 5t)
cent bize bottle of Hay's flair Health
cd a 25-cent cake of Harfina Soa;
free for 50 cents; or $1 size bottle of
Hay's Hair Health and two 25-cent
cakes of Harfina Soap free, for $1.
Harper House Pharmacy, T. D. Walk
er and J. Bengston. (Adv.)
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