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THE ROCK 1SLAXD ARGUS. FRIDAY. MAY 30, 1013.
YOUNG LAWYER IS
CALLED BY DEATH
Clarence A. Ludolph Succumbs
to Stomach Trouble After
much rescue work during the floods
PRACTICED IN DAVENPORT
; Associated With Alfred C. Mueller
Funeral Services Will Be Held
II PERSONAL POINTS II
Dr. and Mrs. Charles Moeller, for
merlv of Rock Island, now Of St.
Louis, are spending the day vita rel- j
atives in the city.
W. C. Strohm of Joliet. one of the
representative . citizens of the Will
county metropolis, and a member of
the board of suierTisors, was in the
city yesterday, calling on relatives and !
are ripe. Better begin to
pick. No matter what the
style may be, if it's made,
you'll find it here.
We have a very large
variety of styles and
We sell men's soft, cool,
silky Soisette shirts and
drawers; pure white, coat
style; roomy, free and
"Rock Island's Best Vala
BULLET IS RECOVERED
BY THE PHYSCIANS
The bullet fired Into the- body of
Mrs. Edward Warnken by her husband
t their home In Davenport was re
moved last evening by physicians.
.There is every indication now that
she w ill recover.
' All the wives, mothers and sisters
if the members of the local ordrr of
F.iks are renuened to meet at the
Elks hall Saturday evening. May 31,
'at 8 o'clock to muke arrangements for
the entertainment of the visiting Elks
at the convention in the city next
Clarence A. Ludolph, one of Rock
Island's prominent young men and a
member of the law firm of Alfred C.
Mueller of Davenport, passed away at !
St. Anthony's hospital last night at J
10 o'clock after an illness of less than
two weeks. Stomach trouble was pro-
i nounced as the cauie of his death. He
was taken ill about 10 days ago and
1 removed from his heme to St. An
thony's hospital. It was not until last
Sunday that his condition became seri
ous and from that time on he gradual
ly became weaker until last night
when the end came. He was one of
the most popular and promising Aung
attorneys of the city and his f-Vnds
w ere legion.
BORN I not K ISLAND.
He w as born in Rock Island Dec, V
1SK2 and, with the exception of a few
years which he spent at Wisconsin
! law school and the North western law
! school, the city had always been his
home. He attended the Rock Island
j public schools and was a graduate of
the high school. After completing his
i course at the local institutions he at
j tended the University 01 Wisconsin
Law school for two years and later
' the law school of Northwestern uni
i versity from which he graduated in
i 1905. After completing It is course he
came back to the tri-cities and enter
ed the firm of Alfred C. Mueller at Dav
enport, with whom he had been asso
ciated during the last eight years. He
I was a member of the Hock Island
! Elks. Resides his parents, Mr. and
i Mrs. F. Ludolph, he i3 survived by
I five sisters, Mrs. Amelia Schmidt, Mus
! catine, Mrs. F. G. Young, Mrs. Charles
! F. Hladel. Mrs. John R. Liedtke, Mrs.
; John J. Ullemeyer, Rock Island, and
two brothers, H. W. Ludolph. Chicago,
: and W. L. Ludolph, Rock Island.
1 UK Kt NKKAI..
I The funeral will be M id Sunday af
j ternoon at the home, i6 Seventeenth
street, at 3 o'clock, and interment will
I be made in Chippiannock cemetery. It
is requested that there be no flowers.
VtllJOIIIK II iti v.
The funeral cf Marjorie Patricia
Barry was held this morning at 9
o'clock at, Sacred Heart church.' Rev.
J. F. Lockney was in charge of the
service and interment was made in
I wish to publicly tiiank the people
of Rock Island for the patronage
they have given me for the last 18
years while in the drug business. - I
am going to retire frcm the retail drug
business and I wish that all those who
are indebted to the store would please
come and pay up what they owe as
soon as possible.
A. J. RIESS. (Adv.)
Five-year-old Virginia Wolga
mot Falls Victim to Dread
Another smallpox case has been dis
covered in Rock Island, the victim this
time being Virginia, the 5-year-old
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Wol-
gamct, 1439 Forty-second street The
health authorjties were notified of the
child's condition late last night, and
guards were immediate" placed around
the house. Whether or not Virginia
will be taken to the isolation hospital
is a matter for conjecture, as the quar
ters are badly crowded at the present
Although there are but two actual
patients, two separate families are now
under quarantine, making conditions
rather disagreeable. A decision as to
the disposition oi the Wolgamot girl
will probably be made some time to
day. , Dr. Craig said today in discussing
the case that if a small sized epidemic
occurs in the locality in which the lit
tle girl lives, it is his" belief that it
can be traced directly to improper di
agnosis of the ailment.
NEW CITY ATTORNEY FOR
MGLINE HAS BEEN NAMED
J. M. Johnston has been appointed j
city attorney of Moline. He will take I
nn Vila now riiiHaa Timo 1 ciirnpoH nvr
G. A. Shallberg, who has resigned.
Cubs Win a Game. i
The Young Cubs of Milan trimmed
the South Heights nine on the Milan
grounds this morning by a score of 2
to 1. McQuaid, the winning pitcher,
fanned 12 men.
Cairo. 111.. May 30. The steamboat
Three States burned to the water's
edge at the Cairo wharf today. It did
Marquette, Mich., May 30. It was
politics that did it. This angle of
the now famous Roosevelt-Newett II
b"l suit wa3 developed late yesterday
afternoon by William P. Belden, lead
ing counsel for the Isnpeming editor.
Mr. Belden indicated through ques
tions he put to Oscar King Davis, then
on the stand, that the defense purpos
ed to emphasize the bitterness of the i
political tight in Michigan last fall,
when Mr. Roosevelt gave Mr. Tart a
hard drubbing at the polls.
Among the amenities of that battle
was an exchange of courtesies by the
newspapers of the . commonwealth')
An ong the newspapers to train heavy I
gvns on the colonel was theIshpe-;
ming Iron Ore. The inference is to j
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Do not fall to take advantage of our Saturday specials. Look what we
Bd spreads, fringed and plain, full size, good quality of $1.48 values for
Saturday special at only $1.19
31 Inch percale, the kind that sells for 10c. special yard only 7 V" C
Ladies' gauze vphs, fine rtbbod, a 15c value for only ...i Qq
Ladies' gauze drawers, fine ribbed for our Saturday special, only ... 19c
Figured silk mull in dainty colors, always sold at 50c, for a quick
clearance, yard only 29c
Ladles' w hite waists, trimmed with embroidery and lace,
regular 11.39 value, at only 98c
Kmbroidery remnants, values up to lZVc, to clean them up, we
place them a yard at .' 5c
6c hair nets, special two for 5C
A beautiful line of ladles' neckwear, manufacturers' traveling men's samples
that we boupht for less than a third of their vtlues, here is a snap for
jo uat 19c wd : 39q
tFfi n Our Grocery Department
1J. si rraoh tHmrckp an ana first nAitno f.- 4 t
Fine granulated sugar. 21 pounds for i nfi
Navy beans, four pounds for 9 5c
,1 Wtoite Rose flour, guaranteed per tack ... $1.40
f Til fi' ' WJtL cIlfornl peaches, two cans for 25c
vl 111 N rel Santa Claua soai. seven bars for 25c
VtVUl V ' oam, per package c
'Vv SlyJ A full Una of frfxih c.le1.1u an1 fr,,Um i.
" - - - - - - - r- u u . u M .- l.u.hSi
Strawberries a specialty.
N. E. Corner
and Second Ave.
a " . r
n. av & w
JBig Jewelry Sale
118 Eighteenth Street
Commencing Saturday Morning, May 31
At 9:30 a. m.
I have purchased the stock of the Swanson & England Jewelry store ' .
in Moline and will sell it at ridiculously low prices. This will cer
tainly be the mcst remarkable sale of its kind ever known hereabouts.
A glance through the stock wU offer you many suggestions in Jew
elry of the reliable grade.
Just Step in Saturday
and see the nev and pretty creations in up-to-date Brooches, Neck
laces, Pins, Rings, Lockets, Bracelets, in fact everything that is nifty
and tasty. .
Whether it be a diamond, a watch or a less expensive piece of Jewel- '
ry, it it is bought at REINERT'S there is the satisfaction of know
ing that the quality and style is right. - .
The stock hat I have purchased J will offer at a sacrifice commenc
ing tomorrow morning will respond to every wish in selection of
wedding or graduation gifts.
Don't fail to attend the sale that commences Saturday morning,
May 30, at g a. m. and wHl continue until the complete stock is sold. -
118 Eighteenth Street. Peoples' National Bank Bldg. ,
The Trip of a Lifetime
The scenic grandeur of the Colorado Rockies
and the glories of the Pacific all in one.
v ith specially low fares on j certain dates
during the season.
Choice of Several Routes
which include all principal points
of scenic and historic interest.
Through Sleeping Cars
For particulars about low fares, special train service, etc.,
F. H. PLUMMER, Ticket Agent.
Twentieth street, Rock Island.
HAL S. RAY, Asst. Gen. Pass. Agt.,
Des Moines, Iowa.
te made by the defense that the Iron Meanwhile, the -alcoholic breath
Or.; editorials in which the colonel case," as soma wag has dubbed It,
was accused of being strongly aevot
el to Bacchus was merely a campaign
The 12 purors all local men are
expected to see the point and stand '
b;.' their townsman. Even If they
dcr't quite do that, if only one or two '
will oblige, Messrs. Belden and New-
ett stand ready to offer thanks. j
Mr. Davis Is national secretary of .
the progressive party and assisted the j
colonel in his primary and convention ,
work. Mr. Belden showed this and i
caused Mr. Davis to testify that Michi
gan was among the states that went
fo. Roosevelt. The attorney strove
to make the witness say tbau Mar
quette county also went progressive,
but Mr. Davis averred he personally
did not know this.
During the presentation of the po
litical phase, James 11. Pound, lead- j
itg ccunsel for the colonel, became '
irritated with the opposing barrister's I
tactics, and was rebuked by Judge j
Mr. Pound took exception to the;
rebuke. The judge, however, quietly
informed him that be would have no
more bickering. Mr. Pound managed
t remain silent.
A moment before, Judge Flannigan
bad asked Mr. Pound to put a ques
tion to James R. Garfield in another
way. When the lawyer failed to meet
the situation, the court, in answer to
an objection of the defense, said: "Mr.
Pound was getting at it in his own
crude way. meaning noth'ag objectioa-
arle. and then smiled amiably.
500 pairs Barefoot Sandals.
Misses'' and Children's Bare
foot Sandals made with clos
ed sides and two straps over
the instep, all sizes 4gc
Harper House Block
went along apace. Ten witnesses ! abstemious man.
swore that Colonel Rooeevelt was at j A recess for Memorial day was
worst a very ' mild drinker, a sober, I nounced by the court.
The "Comfort," something new, a .straw hat that wUl fit any man's head; easier
than any hat you ever wore; gives the touch of style to the wearer and will not blow off
in the strongest wind. A hat that'i3. comfortable for th hottest day. See this hat
$25 to $30 Suit for $15
Every suit guaranteed in style, fit and workmanship or money refunded;
McCartney Tail oring Co.
120 Eighteenth Streets
Peoples National Bank Bldg.
Just a second north of Second avenue on Eighteenth Street.