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-Day's News Happenings in Rock Island's Sister City
HASTENS END FOR
Well Known Moline Butcher
Succiyabi Suddenly 'and
, Autopsy Is Held.
SOME DOUBT AS TO CAUSE
High Temperature Believed to Have
Aggravated Chronic Stom
period was' the best from a business
standpoint that this bank has ex
perienced. In 40 years. The Peoples
Savings Bank tt Trust company paid
a- 6 per cent semi-annual dividend on
$250,000 stock, the Mechanics . & Mer
chants 2 per cent on $200,000. and the
Moline Trust A Savings 1V per cent
on $225,000, the last being a quarterly
dividend. The Commercial," which
started business but a few months
ago, will pay its first dividend Jaa.,-1,
The total dividends paid by the four
banks today was $39,625.
jonn watdellch, for a decade pro
prietor oi tne central mesa market at
1721 Third avenue, died suddenly at
miamgnt last night at his home, 315V6
Thirteenth street. Owing' to the cir
cumstances it was deemed necessary
iu uoiu an inquest.
mr. wajdelich wj taken ill Satnr.
day with stomaT trouble, this ail
ment being chi&ic in its nature. He
refused to ty but drank quantities
ol Dunemf and lemoniu1 Artvlno
to C"nsur .t.nhvilrin
prew steadily worse. About
,-rf'it last night his condition sud-
became critical and before a
doctor could reach him he passed
Dr. A. D. West testified at the open
ing cf the inquest at the Esterdahl
undertaking rooms that death prob
ably was due to ulceration of the
stomach, aggravated by heat and the
acid beverages that deceased had con
sumed. However, he was not willing
to make a positive statement to this
effect and this fact, together with a
request from Mrs. Watdellch that the
investigation be carried further led
the coroner to order an autopsy. The
Jury was dismissed till 4 this after
noon to await the result of the post
mortem. NATTVE CF MICHIGAN".
Mr. Waidelich was born' in Ann Ar-
tMI) 18c9- He was mar
ried in 1906 in Davenport to Miss
liertha Koch, who survives. He had
mado his home in this city for 14
The funeral will be held Thursday
afternoon at 3 o'clock from the home
of the sister-in-law, Mrs. W. H. Kroeg
er, 911 West Seventh street, Daven
port. Rev. O. H. Horn of Trinity
Lutheran church will be in charge and
the remains will be burled in the Fair
Concern Which Has Made Ve
hicles for 30 Years Leaves
LADD NAMED FOR
First Church Committee Recom
mends Eastern Young1 Man
MAKES GOOD IMPRESSION
Has Been Assistant at Mlddletown,
Conn., and Is to Be Married
CLOSING OUT BUSINESS
Plant to Be Taken Over by the Seen
ler People for Branch of Oliver
Next Saturday the plant on Third
avenue in which the Wilson-Moline
Buggy company has been manufac
turing vehicles for the last 30 years
will be abandoned by that concern.
which alms to close out its business j
within a few months. Last winter the
Scchler Implement and Carriage com
pany purchased the Wilson factory
building, but did not insist upon im
mediate possession. Now, however,
the quarters are required for the Mo
line branch of the Oliver Plow com
pany of South Bend, Ind., which will
open here about the middle of the
month, with C. J. Phillips as resident
TAKIJl TEMPORARY QUARTERS.
The Wilson-Moline company, which
is engaged in making goods to fill
outstanding orders, will remove to the
plant of the Otis Elevator company at
the foot of Seventeenth street and
will close out its business there.
Rev. Percy M. Ladd of Mlddletown,
Conn., probably will be the next pas
tor of the First Congregational church
of thi3 city. He has been selected
by the pastoral supply committee of
the church from the list of candidates
and will be recommended at the serv
ice next Sunday. He is 30 years of
age and in a trial sermon preached
last Sunday at the Second Congrega
tional church, at which the members
of the supply committee were present,
he made a most favorable impression.
HAS BEEN' ASSISTANT.
Mr. Ladd will conduct the mid
week meeting Thursday evening and
will preach at the morning service
next Sunday. For two years he has
been assistant pastor of the Middle-
town church and superintendent of j
the Sunday school. He has a good i
voice and is a clear, logical and force- ',
ful speaker. j
Mr. Ladd is to be married in the
tan, nis prospective Dnae being stu
dent secretary at Smith college.
Wednesday We Offer a Special Pi
Hundred Summer Fro
Worth From $5 to
FEARS EFFECT IN
SLASH OF BUDGET
Southeast Bluff Improvement
Association Takes Stand
on City Policy.
HOME RUNS PLENTY
IN FACTORY LEAGUE
'rcal merchants who have been of
ff'flg hats and other prizes for home
n. U in the factory baseball league
are finding the hitting rather heavier
than they had anticlpaiud. In Sat
urday's double headers there wero no
loss than seven four base swats and
seven swatters are wearing new hats.
Unless the pitching and outfielding
departments strengthen up there may
be a withdrawal of the offer.
It is proposed to hold a parade of
clubs, umpires and other officials
orrumeague in tne streets or tne city
July Sprovided the consent of the
Fourth oTSluly association can be se
cured. GameiKwill be played on sev
eral diamonds on that day.
EXPERT QUITS AS
EMPLOYE OF CITY
Dabney H. Maury No Longer I
Consulting Engineer for
,CITY BANKS PAY OUT
i $39,625 DIVIDENDS
Banks in Moline have had a pros-
' serous hair vear. as reDorts un to the
close of June 30 show. The State
Savings bank today announced a semi
annual dividend of 6 per cent on the
$300,000 capital stock and placed
$5,000 in the surplus in addition. The
That the proposed retrenchment of
the city commission in the fire, police
and health department should not be
carried far enough to impair public
health or safety was the position tak
en last evening by the Southeast Bluff
Improvement association. In its stand
it backs up the Greater Moline com
mittee, which already has adopted res
olutions to the same end. It is argued
that the proposed cut of $8,000 from
the health and safety budget will im
Pretests were registered against the
condition of certain of the streets in
the southeastern part of the city and
the failure of the city to keep walks
in condition was condemned. The
next meeting of the organization, to
be held July 14, will be in the nature
of a booster session. Additional
street railway service is one of the
needs of the community that will be
Dabney H. Maury, consulting engi
neer of the city of Moline in its water
works improvement, has resigned and '
the water department, under direction ;
of Commissioner L. O. Jahns, will ,
try to get along in future without ex-j
pert aid from outside. Mr. Maury's i
headquarters are in Chicago and he j
had visited this city from time to '
time. His resignation vas presented
at the adjourned m-i-tin of the city ,
commission yesterdvv Fftor.nr.on. '
It was Mr. Maury .h iircv i:p the'
plans for the waterworks improve-:
ment and it was on his estimate that !
the bond issue of $164,000 to carry the
work through was put to a vote of the !
No reason for the resignation is as-1
signed, further than an intimation
that the consulting engineer had i
found it impossible to devote suffi
cient time to the project here.
Special Sale f Hundreds of Linen
Ratine and Cordeline Skirts
98c $1.49 $1.98 $2.98
This is a special lot of extremely pretty
White SKIRTS that our NEW YORK
buyer was fortunate to secure at less
than regular price and we are offering
them to you at a similar reduction they
include handsome draped skirts, slashed
front skirts, tucked and belted back
skirts in all the most desirable wash fab-
skirts worth fully one-third to one
SIHS. CAKOI.IMi TYI.ER.
The funeral of Mrs. Caroline Tyler
was held yesterday from the Christian
church at Rapids City, interment be
ing made in the cemetery at that vil
lage. Mrs. Tylor died Saturday after
noon at the home of her son, Louis
Tyler, in East Moline. Heart trou
ble was the cause of death. Mrs. Ty
ler was a native of Vermont, where
HTHERE are (
choose from i
secured at a great
York's foremost maki
benefit of the saving
x Pretty dresses in'
fevf linen and ratine i
est styles and in all th
at Half of what you c
at $3.98, $5.
Pure Linen Suits
That Sold Up
to $10 Now
We are determined to close out all our
Linen Suits and as you see, we have cut
the prices to the lowest level they are
handsome pure Linen Suits in fine Aus
trian and Cossack weaves in the prettiest
shades and including all our best stylos 1
mat iormeny sold up to ifriu.uu.
(Out Finest Linen Suits that
Formerly Sold $7 QQ
lup to $24,75-- tyJryo
. A New Shipment m
On Sale Tomorrow at
JUDGED BY EVERY ST.N
and $3.00 VALUES w'lnc-hVc tm
$1.98 they come in a multitude of
crepes, lawns, batiste, etc. daintily trimmed wl
ing all the new collar and sleeves effects it's weil
did waists can be 'had hers tomorrow at thcw'i.t
f Special Sale of
$5 and $10 Trimmed Hats
and JSkZ.yfcS J
KT LV: Ifc. I I XA U
1 li SYltJ iELR A
GROSSMAN LEADS ITHOtJl
we give a
m w w m m m w 'w ; m m m m
FOR 38 RETA!LERST"'S AH
HAD MUCH PAIN
Thirty-eight retail firms In Moline
have decided that eighty hours is too
much to devote to business each week
and so they have signed an agreement
to cut the time to 75 hours. Those
entering the pact are grocers and
butchers in all parts of the city. In
the past It has been customary to
close at 7 evenings for the first five
days of the week and at 10 on Satur
day. It is now proposed to close at
6 on the first five evenings, the hour
on Saturday being left as at present.
It Is hoped to make the change in
on oil our .
8 W. Second St.
BLOWPIPE CAUSE OF
l nnt un anr ranru
yesterday destroyed the dwell
vU8e 001(1 8torase plant, dairy
v.muh and machine shop on
the CStW. .v, ' ,...,
Rock river bouw "nT? l
ed from blowpipe wkman
' 1U uic ' 1 7?
was using. The nanw - 1-
nnino tne fiiae vi t
I tumeu firnitfrt
and passing tbmi. -J.; Cei
utraw on iu .u. " ,wi .
iral fire station wm v -
tra uic -.no arrivV-g la
company seuv r- ------
. a in mi! LClfcliW"WM
i Tne -
Tells How Lydia ELPrnkham's
Vegetable Compound made
Her a Well Woman.
Chippewa Falls, Wis. "I have al
ways bad great confidence in Lydia EL.
Finkham s Vegeta
ble Compound as I
found it very good
for organic troubles
and recommend it
highly. I had dis
ache and pains
when standing on
my feet for any
length of time, when
I began to take the
medicine, but I am
Tf I ever have those
ildit (troubles again I will take Lydia E. Pink-
i Vegetable Compouna. wrs.
En. rwoN,- 816 High St, Chippewa
she was boh in 1843, comity west
shortly after her marriage. Her hus
band, died two years ago. Nine cnu
dren survive. They are William M.
of Rapids City; Louis, East Moline;
John and Uleah of Rapids City; Mrs.
Ella Dawson of Farmington, 111.; Mrs.
Hettie Johnson of Watertown; Mrs.
Jessie Tyler, Albany, 111.; Mrs. Lot
tie Thompson of Owens, 111., and Mrs.
Maud Huyett of Springfield, 111.
FTNERAL OF MRS. McCVLI.OCH.
The funeral of Mrs. Hazel McCul-
loch was held at 2 this afternoon from
the home of the mother, Mrs. William
Warren, 1815 Fourth street. Rev. W.
S. Haney officiated, and interment was
In Riverside cemetery. Mrs. McCul-
loch died Sunday at the city hospital.
after an illness of eight weeks with
pneumonia. She was born in Rock
Island Aug. 28, 1891. Six years ago
she was married to William McCul
loch, who survives, together with the
mother, four brothers, Lewis, James,
William and Hugh, and three sisters.
Mrs. Sadie Barlos of Rock Island ana
Marjorie and Stella Warren of Moline.
FI XER AL, OF X. P. JOHXSOSf.
The funeral cf Nels P. Johnson
was held at 2 o'clock yesterday after
noon with services at the home, 1352
Twenty-fifth avenue, in charge of Rev.
K. E. Forsell of Mission tabernacle.
Interment was at Riverside cemetery.
A physician was summoned and the
man taken to his home, 2129 Sixth
avenue. At the time he was overcome
Wilson was discussing with a friend
the dath of John Waidelick, who died
from an attack of heat prostration.
Providence, R. I- I cannot speak
too nignty pi i,yai tu. nnkbam'akVeg-
DAILEY IS GIVEN
The retirement of Charles B. Dailey,
assistant superintendent of the Silvis
shops of the Rock Island road to take
the position of master mechanic at
Cedar Rapids took effect today. Mr.
Dailey is succeeded here by P. Linthl
cum, formerly assistant foreman - in
the shops of the company at Horton,
Kan. Yesterday afternoon the em
ployes of the Silvis shops' presented
Mr. Dailey with a 32d desree Mason's
pin set with diamonds and costing
$300. G. S. Love made the presenta
tion address. More than a thousand
men contributed to the purchase of
the pin, showing the appreciation in
which the recipient was held. Mr.
Dailey came here eight years ago
nue this morning resu' iin
for the fire depart nun. t. MA lie
cracker had been thro rs Juto s
of gasoline at the honw. ' ilrs. f
ard and there was an t 4-ion ; j
ever, when the depart it i.;
the scene someone, baa. j -.; I
pulling' (he gasoline cS i'2 ,
the house so that thi f; i J
spread and no damag f J k.
London The cond I if
the steamship tickets r?iO
White Star line, exen pti
pany from liability fo: '''fa
senger, ven through i fg j
the company's servan.-,
CARS TOPPLE OVER ON
Two carloads of ire toppled over on
the Watertown Interurban tracks at
the junction with the Milwaukee road
Sunday and for four hours the line
SLXa blocked. Just at the time when
uen iw uic buu a wv .. . . u u w
to clear th di
time a dinkey
ice on the east
of the pleasure
come by th
It was necessary
wrecker from Savanna
iris, and in the mean-
ax was put Into serv-
nd and handled part
i rnw i . 3
. .... .nnoved. by sparks!1- TLT'Trr -ZZZCZl .4 P island.
: i-. .K l,r7., "i.s".. t ; - vi can ou
from a Rock lsiana w - ,wss thoroughly run down wnen I iook
barn In the stock yards at Carbon Vegetable Corn
ell was desy.fftfirenn,,y!pnd. It helped me and I am in the
5,ht with a low of $3,500 One Iun;,w . . ,A t Dresent. I work in a
m . m.Jt 1 ItUtl MtcnP 1 DL , m ... - - 1.
dred tons oi aj j lanory all day long besides oomg my
corn ere destroyed. I hoaseWOrk 60 you can see what it has
- hJ. done for me. I give you permission to
A blaxe on the P'fmlsw my name and I speak of your
Verceil Vexhoye, at U2 teta y eg, Compound to many of my
at 2 o'clock yw"' T ndliCOs- Mrs. Abril lawson, izo
ttroyed a woodshei ch.cken coop and . u p R L .
ieTeral chicken. A-e loss vlUement
DELAY LIKELY IN'
5TH AVE. WIDENING
widening oi rum avenue, accorfj .
ing to City Attorney Johnson, may f
postponed for a year throufrj UillLli
proceedings. The city w"'
matter as rapidly as ;i...imi "i jf
nas neen ipuna ncRt. T-, (
Lilts ctaacbbijieut. l
the Tri-City Ra
the objectors, if
have another ch
carry the case
there is a
Y HEAT AT
I was partially over
fills morning in the
at oa Third avenue.
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Buy one of
and see th