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THIS ROCK ISLAND ARGUS. SATURDAY. ATJGtTST 2, 1913.
MONEY FOR DRINK
Father Threatens to Kill Wife,
While Little Baby Lies
Cold in Death.
FOLICE CALLED TO SCENE
U Locked Up Until Time for Funeral
Prisoner Is Insane Man,
With his little baby girl lying cold
in death a, a loca'. undertaking par
lor, after two days of intense agony
the result of burns, James Park,
ho was committed to the Watertown
asylum several days ago and who was
paroled in order that he might see his
baby on her death bed, is now behind
the bars of the. ciy jail, as the result
of a prolonsed drunk and an attempt
to beat his wife this afternoon. He
veil as 'he neighbors and raising a
disturbance in general.
Charles Reed, colore:, charged with
the theft of several articles from his
landlady, Marie Gilman, also colored,
was dismissed this morning upon mo
tion of the state's attorney. The Gil
man woman has disappeared from the
city. Heed was arrested 10 days ago.
1:1s case having been continued until
today. lie was ordered to leave town.
Dr. Abraham Knapp of Daven
port Commits Suicide
at His Barn.
Aaron Kosakowski Leaves Que
bee on Long Journey to
Aaron Kosakowski. the alien from
DAUGHTER FINDS THE BODY
Victim Formerly Lived at Durant,
Iowa, and Was 62 Years
officials at Halifax, X. S., were deter
mined to deport, until finally
a reversal of their decision
was obtained, will arrive in
Kocy. Island tomorrow evening. Word
has been received here that he left
f ,n. ! P , a J3U Unt" t,n,e f-r ,h,e 1 Grand Trunk for Chicago, from which
?T i T,Tm,lS,Jna he will probably take the Rock
thn be taken back to thP W atertown , I(ilan to th( home of h!g broth
hcrpita 1. The ponce received a hurry-, Morrjg hen f th(g c, The ,att
Fifteenth street at 1:30 this after-
,..,.,,.,...-.,.. A peat dal of difficulty was cxperi-
ini.ii. Mimi. ! enccd in getting the authorities to ad-
A few rmautes later, the mother ap-j mlt Kosakowski because of his physical
peared at the station, an i sobbing condit-iorii but secretary Wilson was
bit erly. unloldcd her tale to the J ar)pea,ed to and ordrr.-d his entrance
P0llCe' : nr.c-,-1 Ihp filiner ,rf a hnnit of S1.O00.
j which was furnished by Mayor Harry
! M. Schriver and City Engineer Wal
While temporarily deranged, Abra
ham Knapp, veterinary surgeon, com
mitted suicide in his barn at his home,
1222 West Sixth street, Davenport,
last evening at 3 o'clock. He threw a
I rooe across a rafter, 'stood on a chair
far-away Russia, whom the immigrant Bn(1 tipd th( hem around his neck and
ORDERS BIG GUT
IN EXPRESS RATES
Illustrated travelogue Dr! Payne.
Popular concert Lyric Glee club.
- Readings Francis Ives Hendry. '
-Popular lecture. "The Future, of the
American Woman" Mrs. Xannie Cur
TrESDAV SIGHT. I " ,
Grand muricai entertainment: Lyric ' California Commission Declares
Gles club Male aad brass quartet.
Impersonations Mr. Hendry.
Civil lecture, "Our Conntry's Great
est Xeed" Mrs. Xannie Curtis. .
Farewells and good-byes.
WILL BE BETTER
An important improvement in the
WELLS-FARGO IS HARD HIT
Concern Ordered to Operate Six
Months on Lower Basis and Then
Submit a Statement.
is a shoemaker residing at C15 Xinth
"Little Selma was dvine at the hos
pital and I did not hav the heart to
keep Jim in the asy.um. 1 knew he j
wculd want to see baby before she i
died." fobhpd.the mother. !
"An attendant brought him down i
here and then I wanted him to be here '
t':r the funeral, so the guar j had me t
sipn a parcle for !') days. J.m was to J
repcrt up there enc? every two weeks. :
A friend of the family knew we did!
not h:ivp any money and pave me $10.
I avr .llm part cf it to tend some J Office of Morris
leipgranis aia nuy some rood, but he
up'-nt i' for drink a::d then camn
humc an.I threatpjujd .to kill nic if I
v.cuidn't give him thf rein of it. This
rfternof n li ai drunk and s'arte.l
the same old trouble. His brother.
DAI OU TEH FIM1S BODV.
Missing her father about the house,
a daughter. Miss Matilda Knapp, went
to the bara in search of him and found
h'.m hanging from a rafter. Xo reason
for the rash act is given other than ill
health. The coroner was notified, and
he cut down the body, but decided no
inquest was necessary.
Dr. Knapp was about C2 years of
age, and six years ago came to Daven
port from Durant, Iowa. A widow, and
daughter, Miss Matilda, and a son in
San Francisco, Aug. 2. Charging i
that express companies are "parasites !
f ... ll..An .4n i K , - i : r : l J .
water service for patrons in the south J i. J i i T , 1
" commission has ordered reductions in
part of the city is announced today the express i-ates of Wells-Fargo & '
by Commissioner Jonas Bear. He has
connected .he dead ends of the mains
Co., aggregating a cut of $75,000 in its j
present annual revenues. The express
on Twelfth avenue from Xineteenth, i concern must operate six months on j
SET OFFICE AFIRE
TO COVER ROBBERY
& Lewis De.
stroyed by Flames Safe
CAMP JOY STILL
IS IN OPERATION
Reported to State's Attorney's
Office Charles Haage of
Moline Is New Owner.
the state commission's rates, 15 per
cent below those now "exacted." It
may then submit a statement of its
earnings, ' if it considers the state's
rates are not justified.
instead of asking the interstate com
merce commission for permission to
increase railroad rates, the state com-
j mission suggests that the roads "look :
CCCIIMP UCD ijiDDvi,ntotheexpresssituatl0?"
OCELnintU llCn till DDT "Possibly," continues the opinion.
Twentieth and Twenty-first streets.
This will keep the water in circula
tion and igve the people in that vicin
ity better water and stinger pressure.
This is one of the big undertakings of
Commissioner Bear's administration.
EAST MOLINE WOMAN
, Muscatine, la., Aug. 2. Mrs. Frank
Pitzenberger of East Moline, 111., was
in the city yesterday seeking her miss- j them.'
"they will find some relief from at
j least a portion of the financial diffi-
i culties which, they maintain, beset i
WE MAINTAI NDAILY DE
LIVERY SERVICE IN ROCK
ing husband. She appealed to the po
lice to aid her in her search. Her
husband promised to join her at a pic
nic supper in East Moline recently but
failed to show up. She has not, seen
'It is reported to the state attorney's
office that Camp Joy is in operation
j again. It is said that Bert Du Prez,
! owner of the resort, w ho is sojourney
j ing w ith his wife in the county bastile
unable to furnish the SS.100 bonds re-
Kire, thought bv the firemen to be i f,r',red by Jude R S' Bel1 on r'4 infor"
incendiarv ori'ein. comt.letelv de- j nations charging illegal sale of li-
had to throw him down cn the floor 1 rcved the office buildinz of the I quor' n,nnlnS a gambling house, a
and h'!d b'rn. hr l.rnm sn violent. ! -..., r. i i o. nouse ot HI fame and maintaining a
Junt kopp hir.) i:i j ii! un II the funeral,
because I want li!m to bo tnere. 1
Morris &. Lewis
ond avenue, about 12
night causing a loss
! public nuisance, has sold the place to
tone Charles Haage of Moline.
JOHN ALLCHIN WINS
(Special to" The' Argus. )
Springfield, 111., Aug. 2. John All
chin of Rock Island adn Miss Lillian
Campana, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
B. F. Campana of this city, were mar
ried this r.oon at the residence of the
officiating minister, the Rev. E. B.
Randle. pastor of the Laurel Methodist
Episcopal church. Mr. Allchin former
ly resided here. He is a florist.
Don't think that we rely alone
on the perfect shape of the collars
we mould for our reputation as the
It is a matter of pride with us
that the things we do up are fault
lessly fresh and perfectly washed
there is nothing slighted, nothin
left to make excuse about.
You'll be better informed as to
quality laundry work ir you send a
mission, commenting on existing rates. :
It 'estimates the Southern Pacific in'
haven't the heart t Fend him back ; jsoo. The superb Vork of the firemen
before Se ma is laid away.
Th" mother's wis-ims will be com
ctnina flint nrt custli nAcrnn inn Ka
I prevented the flames from spreading j : , , , " . " "c
L .,.. found in the directory. Residents from
The board of review was in session
again .thfs afternoon and will meet ! effect, pays the Wells-Fargo company
several davs next week to hear mm-1 S" MOO 000 nnnnallv mnre than it shnntrl
Assistant State's Attorney Edwards j plaints on tax assessments. Ion ail business in California. .
tVOH.n Ol ST PARASITES."
The commission, holds the roads,
themselves, at slight .extra expense,;
could carry on .the express business
and do away with the "parasites." It
shows the Wells-Fargo concern makes I
a net yearly profit of $842,097, on a '
property valuation of $613,233.
Taking up the intercorporate rela-:. '
j tion of express and railroad companies, j . -
the commission sees a chance Jor. iflAjQLj J0WER CONCERT
fraud on the railroads and the public.; " iiimirnrr
For instance, it says the Wells -Fargo j V DELIGHTS BIG AUDSthCE
concern pays the Santa-Fe 55 per cent 1 , A large and appreciative audience
of its gross earnings and the Southern I assembled at the Watch Tower vos-
ufaf'thrYaUer8 SSiS'S'1' afternn a"d even'"- l hrHr
that ttu? latter road s onia.s . ana , th c6ncert given bv Prol- 0;-r s PG.cct
stockholders are heavy stockholders in.; band T nthe evclllnK M;S3 Li!v Xo!t
the express company. j the talen.ed Davenport soprano, dc-
roaij pays too MICH. j jhted all with several ploasing so!os.
That somebody is getting the worst) The concerts are becoming more and j
of it. there is no doubt, say the com-f more popular, which indicates thru t
::- f lahllcnllon.
of is, ICm k "isUiml t oun-
'nrt. T th': Scf-
In lI i- I'l-. -I t
; i-ntu-r t i 1 '.' I :'.
N;tTn - A. l:-i;-in 1
rit. v.:. V:lii;i:n '!
:-. mlniininirn'rix of
H.iii ln''oi-. ti-OPas-HHlc-h.T.
l". N's:nn. Milton
William Wytin w'nose wift? yester
day f led pipers f?r divorce, was tr-'
TaiKiieJ In polit e court thi? niornin? ,
f'li u riiForderly coodurt charge, pr
forr.J by his bi' ti- hu f. He was re-!
' at-od. iii:o:i In:; prcrsise to pack his '
I't'.cnsingn und Irave. It will be rc-!
metnliered that Wynn :;ome time ago
riiU-'ly a.v,-.ken'U his wife from iier j
li!ni;trs by pjurins a bjck.it of i -a ;
; tcr i ,)cn Iier. for which lie received
a i.'0-day sentence, jn:-t completed. Y"--;
terday af rrroon Mrs. Wynn visited
the la.v others of Si lirivnr & Schriver!
to t ko up th matter of securing a James Na.:rais and Theodore Skier
uivcrce. Tiie husbanl got wind o! j anos. the two Moline Greeks, who
the anion, mi. I i8 alleged to have fo'-! lmve been in count v iaii nwnltln ihh
c serious ccnfagraticu might have oc
curred. , j
Owing to the mysterious origin of
the f:re Chief Xewbrrry and several
rrembers o.' the fire department made
a visit to 'he scene this morning to
mako an investigation. It was found
that prior t3 the alarm of f.re the sate
iiad been blown and tha' the b. ild:nj
had been undcubtediy set cf.rc by the
yeggmen after they had made the.r
haul in order to remove r.ll traces of
the rebbrry until rhey liad made their
exit from the city.
the vicinity of the camp report that
for the past few nights everything has
been quiet and orderly since the arrest
MOLINE GREEKS ARE
GIVEN THEIR LIBERTY
Meetings at Cambridge Will
Open Aug. 27 and Close Sept.
1 Scrac Good Speakers.
A SHANGHAI EXPERIENCE
lowed li t wife hrme, abusing her as
mi m mt .'li'i mtvi Imwti ,i
CITY OFFICIALS, ETC.
on a charge of operating a gambling
house, were relep.sed yesterday after
noon on bonds of $."00 each. Charles
Menis and Nic Kapantes, both of Eust
Mcline. furnished the n-cessar biil.
Their cases will be heard in county
WANTED AT CANTON
FOR DESERTING WIFE
J. B. Fury, wanted at Canton on
a charge of wife desertion, was ar
rested yesterday afternoon in East
Moline. Word came to the sheriff's
office from the Fulton county town,
to arrested Fury and hold him until
an officer could get here. However,
the East Moline police had received
the same word and locked up the man.
' An officer from ' Canton is expected
Kt.Kn.4I. OK Ml1 PHII.P.
The funeral of Miss Ellen Thilp was
held this afternoon at 2 o'clock at the
home, 1007 Nineteenth street. Rev.
T. E. Newland. pastor of the First
Methodist church conducted the serv
ices, which were private, an interment
was made in Chippiannock cemetery.
Following is the program of t.he Chau
tauqua to be held at Cambridge, 111.,
beginning Aug. 27 and continuing
through Sept. 1:
K.IFI V AKTKKXOON.
Concert Lincoln G'ce lub, seven
Lecture, "Pcpular Government"
General Fred S. Jacksoa.
Entertainment: Vocal and instru
mental Lincoln Glee club.
Lecture, "What Makes Kansas?"
General Fred S. Jackson.
Indian songs and music Pueblo In-!
Scenes from Indian life.
Lecture,' "Our Prehistoric Races"
Dr. George LaMont Cole.
Harvest dance Indians.
- TH I HSII V K.1IT.
Entertainment by Indians.
Address by Governor Vigel cf Tes
Illustrated 'lecture, "The Cliff Dwell
ers" Dr. and Mrs. Cole.
Eagle, dog and war dances, by In-
Musical prelude: National Concert
party Nell Bunn-ell, America's most
popular Chautauqua singer.
Humorous delineations Clara Ki
rello. Lecture, "Rags and Rainbow" Har
old Morton Kramer.
BY HARRY W. DENNIE.
The present troubles in China, al
most identical with those of a year
ago last winter in a way, especially in
the vicinity of Shanghai, remind me
strongly of an incident in my own
.heckered career in "the Paris of the
East" for that is the name, and right
ly given, to that most naughty of all
the Oriental cities.
Shanghai is the place where the
church people have a Y. M. C. A. for
the dear "chinks," but none" for the
young or old white men, and, believe
me, that is certainly one city where
it is needed. It is the only city in
the world not under the American flag
where there is a U. S. postoffice and
a district court. The "native city" has
a bagatelle of a million or so that's
as close as anyone ever knows about
Chinese population and the foreign
concessions cqntain about 10,000,
which . includes about a ' thousand
FIRST AllKHICAN DAILY.
Two years ago this summer the first
American daily, the China Press, was
started there. I mean the first Amer
ican paper in all China. And it was
a . live wire, too, at least, . for the
Orient. Ran a p4nk sporting page,
and all that "junk." to use a newspaper
idiom. Well, I struck the place from
Manila a year ago last October,, just
before the revolution was at its height,
and after being there a couple of
weeks, obtained some extxa work on i
The river was full of grim men-of-war
representing a dozen nations, as
it probably ,is now, for no one knew
just what might happen, and they
don't know now, by the same token.
The foreign concessions were not dis
turbed in any respect, though the ar
senal at Kiang-nan, three miles above
the city, was taken by the "rebels," as
the present ruling force was at first
known, then retaken by the "govern-
Bock Island, Illinois.
Opens its 54th School Year September 2, 1913
Departments: College, Academp, Normal,
Conservatory, Art, Elocution, Business
Our College and Academy comply with the highest require
ment of the preat North Central College Association, em
tracing strictly high-grade institutions only.
40 instructors. 629 students. All nationalities. We are an American
College. Special emphasis on English Language and Literature.
New $200,000 Library building. Expenses need not exceed $200 in
College. Write for catalogue to
Gustav Andreen, President, Rock Island, Illinois
' me to "make myself at home" in quite
good English. '
QI KER HOST AIMF.IIS.
Hardly had I seated myself when
a gigantic bearded Chinaman came
in'o the room and remarked in a polite
to-e. "won't you have a cup of tea"?
Now, in China, that's the first thing
they offer a guest anywhere minus
milk or sugar, by the way. The night
a; chilly, I had no overcoat on, and
I having just come from torrid Manila,
I naturally gladly accepted the chance
to "warm up" a little.
Judge then of my complete surprise
when I placed the cup to rrty lips to
discover the contents were ice cold.
Wondering what the deuce was the
matter with the fellow, I sipped a few
mouthfuls partly for politeness and
partly for another feeling that some of
you niay comprehend.
Meantime, my giant host stood there
regarding me wiUi what my fancy con
jured up as a "baleful glare."
Then, suddenly, he began talking.
And while the first few words were
in English, and I wai able to make
out a few of them, he rapidly switched
to French, then to Italian, and thence
to something else I was not familiar
wit.b even to the extent of a few words
as I am with the 6thertongues men
tioned. SCARKS THK RKPORTKR.
All this time, which took .only a few-
seconds, my hair must have been going
more and more "up on end" for
well, I'll leave it to you, what would
you have thought under similar cir
cumstances, in such a place, and with
the country at feverheat as it then
was, right in the midst of something
that might turn into another Boxer
horror any moment?
But just as suddenly as he had be
gun, he stopped and left the room, and
believe me, it didn't take long for me
to do likewise. Skipping across the
city music lovers ar3 awakening to
the fact that a high grade of muMe
miy be offered by organization:-, other
than the so-called foreign bandn.
Wiili.. !i t". R.xs. unit IIukIi A.
.lo'iiisli !i. .i.l.n.nis- nun- o th' osfitft
f Iai.l Hamilton leoe:is.il. . Petition
tn sell 1 t.il-- Vi pay il. lits.
.Ml'il n il cm' ii i.-i-c-siclon.-e of Xcls P.
1". Nc-lon, i-tiplc-ndc"! with the above
cl. r.-iulrci,' having been filed in th
c ! i k's . :il -- f lii" iirnVinte Miirt of
snici cm iflv. kciU'- is t livrrfnre hi"ebv
ftiien lc Mio said non-rrtct-nt ilefinrt
I Mill 111.11 III' "l 1 1 icii i ii" 'i w.
hall rn whpro tha nnnl nlavpra upro
ment" troops, and I again taken by the stm CDKagedt , narrate(i the incident
rebels-all in about four hours one, tQ tne young chap wh0 had 8ent me
Announcement is made of the
gagement or the Flora He Yoss Co. at i
the Armorv hail duriiis fair week.
J. D. Stiers was a business caller at I
Peoria Wednesday. j
Robert Boyd was a tri-city caller j
Tccsday of last week. j
Mr. and Mrs. John McCahcn and i
daughters, Helen, Irene, and Borni?e
were Rock Island visitors .ast Tues- j
Mr. ard Mrs. Harry Robinson and
daughters, E"ta, Florence and Ger
trude of Munson were CambridsfJ
visitors last Tuesday.
Pearl Baugh was a Davenport vis-1
itor last Tuesday. j
F. A. Werbach was a tri-city btisi- j
ness cailer Wednesday!
Theodore Bo'tensteru and son Will '
spent last Monday in Davenport. !
Mrs. A. C. Johnson of Moline, who j
.has been visiting her sister, Mrs. It
Charles Lundt, for a week, weat to i
Utah Wednesday. j
There will be a. Swedish meeting
Wednesday, Aug. C. at the home of B. j
J. . Sandburg, at 7:45 a'c.ock. con-i
ducted by C. F. Pamp of Triucetou, j
The Congregational Sunday school j
wiil hoid its annual picnic Thursday.
Aug. 7. S. W. Foprh'ton and E. J. i
Record are the committee on grounds '
and Roy Atwater and R. R. Scott tre i
the committee on conveyance.
' Miss Margaret Combs of Osco vis
ited Wednesday evening with Miss
cfty Sherrard returned home Thurs
day night from the hospital at Daven
port. He is doing nicely.
Mrs. Mabel Lake was a Kewanee
visitor last Monday.
ticn in said evmri on the soronrt day of
i Aiip-i't. l'.'lS. and Mi;'.t tlior-upon a
1 siiaimc n. is.sn, -cl out of said court,
ZN. 1 v.-hci-oin said suit is now ppndlnp. rc
,, : tui-iialilc- ' n tin- firs! Monday in thn
II ! month of Sc-plouhcr next, ns In by law
require cl. t
I Now, unless yc-n. the sain nfn-rost-pn-
cVnt ci.-l'.-ii hi nt above namcMl. N'!s P. K.
N. Ism.i. sh ill iH-rsonany ! aivi apivr
I, c fin., said pi,iliate c ourt, on tin- lirt
.'.ay c-f Hi.. nc-Nt torni llnTrof. to bey"
ii.ilclc n : 1 Uoe-fc Island ill and f.-r th
- lid i-nunt.- . on Ho- lirst. .Monday In SPp
l, mhi r r.c-xt. afid plcnd. iinwnr or dc
iiiur to liie- potiilon. tlio same and the
miMlc rs and Ihinifs the rein rlmrKl unit
tatcd vill l)c t.ilc.e'11 as c-on fesscd. and a
ciet-ic c .n-.i-od aaalnsl you Hfc-ording
to l!i- praye r of s.iid !-t Jt i fn.
.tOti.V I-:. 1'I.K.MIXC. Clerk,
r.o. U l.-land. HI.. Auk. . 1W13.,
Marion K. Sweeney petitioners solicitor.
Special Added Attraction
Hear Mr. Geo. L. Chapin
Your Favorite, Motion.
Picture namst. a
"Putting It Over on Papa"
"A Thief in the Night"
Two Other Good Pictures
g apa for uroBKeimcns, upim,
All the news all the time The Argu.
fpndcjc Strict Iv
! fighting, by the way. Just about that
Popular concert National Concert j day was when 1 began with the Press.
The old songs, with violin obligato
Nell Bunnell and Edna Crum.
Character sketches Clara Krello.
Popular lecture, "Here or Nowhere"
Harold Morton Kramer.
S ATI RD V AFTER.OOX.
Earn Jones and Bland's Band day.
Grand concert Bland's Chautauqua
Sam Jones' lecture, "Facts, Philoso
phy and Fun" Denton C. Crowe,
Popular musicale Bland's orches
tra. Lecture (20 minutes) Mr. Crowe.
Grand instrumental and vocal pro
gram: Solos, duets and quartts, clos
ing with "Battle of the Big Horn. Last
Charge of Custer" Bland's orches
tra. MOMUV AFTERjNOOX.
Musical novelties Emerson Win
ters, entertainer, and Carl Lindgren,
Travel lecture Dr.
A few days afterward the city passed
into the hands or the rebels, or "re-i
publicans." as they were afterwards
known, and a new mayor was elected.
espjVT TO INTERVIEW "MAYOR."
"Go out and see that man tonight
and find out what he's going to do,"
said the managing editor, adding, "he
doesn'tispeak any English, I understand,
but I'll give you a young fellow from
our office who can interpret for you."
Whereupon I was introduced to "Mr.
Lee," who was a bright young Amer
icanized "chink" that is, he had never
been here, but had probably learned
his English in some missionary
"Know where the Young Men's Re
publican club is .in Bubbling Well
road?" he queried. I did, having noted
the sign from a passing car.
"Well. I'll meet you there at 8 o'clock
tonight.' The new mayor lives quite
near there, and we'll go to his house
from there."' So I simply assented,
and at the hour named, I was there.
Lee wasn't, but I knew I was ahead
"Oh." they laughingly remarked at
my finishing, "that's the doctor, and
you mustn't mind him. He's just
crasy. Wouldn't harm anyone."
"But why is he here?" I queried.
HAD BEEN LEARNED Mt.
Then they told me that they were
taking care of him temporarily, that he
was a highly learned man, speaking
several languages, six. I think, and
that his condition had been the result
of several causes, finances being only
By this time I had given "Mr. Lee"
up, so I took a richshaw back to the
office, thinking I had the foundation
for "a story" at any rate, even if I
didn't see the new mayor.
But when I told the managing editor,
who had been twelve years in China,
he only grinned sardonically and re
marked, "yes, it's good 'stuff but it
happens that we've iiad it."
SAFE DEPOSIT VAULT
H.P.HULL v ms
Police Shoot Dog.
I Officer Dennis McCarthy was cailed
! to 1025 Fourteenth-and-a-hajf street
!of time a few minutes bo. enterinc I this noon to shoot a vicious bull doe.
Charles A. the place. I found a group of Angli-The animal naa tnreatened to bite
j cized young fellows playing pool. Tell-. teveral children in theneighborhood,
i ing one of them who I u and of rrv : It is alleged, and numerous rnmn'n nta
Musical entertainment Winters and I appointment with Lee, he courteously i had been received at the police ata
Ijndegren. , ' w aved me into a sort ot parlor, telling j tion,
A Parent's Debt
YOU. PARENTS. OWE A DEBT TO
MUCH OF YOUR KNOWLEDGE
AND INFORMATION HAS COM2
YOU WANT TO SAVE YOUR CHIL
DREN SOME OF THE HARD
KNOCKS YOU HAVE HAD.
A SAVINGS ACCOUNT IN THJS
BANK WILL DO IT."
START IT FOR THEM AMD' THEN
HELP THEM KEEP AT IT.
. 4WRTE.REST PAID ON SAVIN