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THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS. SATTTRDAY. AUGUST 2, I9ia.
DAY IN DAVENPORT
'.. Threatened to End Life. Elsie
Han pen, a. 17 yfr-old ."Water'iOo girl,
was placedVunder arrest tand held on
a vagrancy charge after she had
threatened' to end her life 'by leaping
from the govenrment bridge Into the
Mississippi riverearly Thurstlay morn,
ins. The girt wi picked up by City
Detective John Kinney, after- he had
been informed tbattha girl threatened
to end her life. Shewaa placed under
arrest near the approach to the bridge
and taken to the horse of detention.
The "Waterloo. authortties were notl
tled and the girl wdllrbe returned to
her home. She renVaway two week
ego. v -
Runs Amuck. Breatfiehlsg as ugly
looking butcher knifeand razor and
raid to have threatened to cut the
throat of a fellow countiyman. caused
he tirrfst of Lorenzo Lovez, an erst
while Mexican revolutionist, who waa
arraigned before Magistrate Rodde
wly yesterday charged wit intoxica
tion. The affair occurred inva box car
in the west yards of the Rock Island
railroad In Davenport. According to
witnesses, Lopez was badly umder the
Influence of liquor and he became
peeved at the sight of hU would-be
victim. The police were calledand
the man placed under arrest.
Begin Improvements. Ima commun
ication toMayor Mueller yesterday
the Tci-Clty Railway company prom
ises to begin immediately the tm
(trovements contemplated at' the track
Intersections at Fourth and Harrison,
Fourth and Warren and Third i and
Warren street, and to complete the
paving repairing in the tracks onWVest
.fourth street. The mayor took! tho
matters up with the company a 'lew,
days ago and urged that they be, at
member of the Dea Moines school
board, well known as "the Jane
Addama of Iowa, will be with the party
through the entire trip and will de
Goes to Jail. Because he failed to
provide lor the support of his wife
and three.small children, who live in a
small room with scant furniture,
William Dobler, arrested for assault
and battery on the person of his wife,
was sent to Jail for 30 days by Mag
istrate Roddewig yesterday. Accord
ing to Mrs. Dobler, the man struck
and abused her. She informed the
magistrate that her husband brought
home i but little money and that she
could! not get along without his help
In District Court. Leola Nebrich
was-appointed guardian of George T.
Nebrich in the estate of George T.
The final report of Harry Flndley,
administrator of the estate of George
T. Nebrich, was filed by Attorney C.
'W, Jones. The report was approved
In district court.
A petition in equity waa filed by
John M. Helmick, attorney for the
plaintiff, in the suit of Luc in da Ben
isboof against Edward McGan and oth
ers to establish fee simple title to
tsome real estate located in the town
tot Blue Grass.
One, License to Wed. A marriage
license was issued yesterday afternoon
by Clerk of the District Court Harry
J. .McFarland to A. Douglas Wells and
E. MoomMorrow of Wellnian, Iowa.
Obituary Record On his 84th birth
day anniversary, James Henry Mur
phy, an old resident here, died at
Mrs. May Murphy; two sons, John of
Portland, Ore., and Francis of Pitts
! burgh. Pa., and four daughters, Mrs.
1 Mrs 'Mary Grady and Mrs. Henry
Hebbel and the Missess Margaret ana
Minnie Murphy of this city. The
funeral will take place Monday morn
ing from the late home with servicee
at 9 o'clock at St Mary's church.
Burial will be made in Ho y Family
Jasnpr Fairer. 65 years Old, filed
Thursday after a brief illness of
heart trouble. Death occurred at the
home of his daughter, Mrs. Myrtle
Stokes of Bettendort Mr. Eager, al
though ailing for some time, became
seriously ill Thursday noon. His
death was entirely unexpec-ed by me
family. He was born in ermont ana
1b survived by the daughter and one
son, Byron Eager, of Chicago. The
6on will arrive here to attend the
funeral services, which have not as
yet ..been completed.
Mrs. Mary O'Brien, 84 years old,
died at 6 o'clock yesterday at a local
hosDital after a long illness. She
lived in Chicago and has been a pa
tient at the local institution for over
11 years. Surviving are four sons and
one daughter, all residents of Chicago.
The body will probably be shipped to
Chicago, where burial will be made.
LE DEEP FIRST
IN SECOND RAGES
Repeats Sensational Perform
ance in Gold Challenge
tended to. General Manager HuntoonV J2:1S o'clock yesterday afternoon, as
Informed the mayor that the-company nenuu.ui non wiure, urougni on
has been badly delayed In makingrim- fa? teInS overcome by the extreme
provements because of its inability - to eat Tuesday evening. Mr. Murphy
secure prompt deliveries of steel.
Big Savings Effected. "One hun
dred and fifty thousand dollars per
ear will be saved by shippers and
receivers of freight In Davenport by
the decision handed down yesterday
by the Interstate commerce commis
sion in what is known-as the Missis
elppi river case," says Traffic Com-,
mlssioner Danner of the Commercial
club. "In this case it is held that
present rates between the upper Mis
sissippi river crossings in Iowa, in
cluding Davenport, Keokuk, Port
Madison, Burlington. Muscatine, din
ton and Dubuque, and points east) of
the Indlana-nKnola state line, are ex
cessive and unduly discriminating
when compared with rates to the low
er crossings, which include St. Louis.
Thirty Permits During Month.
Thirty building permits for a teal ex
penditure of $81,650 were issued dur
ing the month of July by Clerk Fred
Frledholt of the Davenport board of
public works. During the same montfi
a year ago 28 permits were issued for
935,200 worth of building. The year
1913 has been far ahead of last year
in the number of .permits issued. -
was in apparently excellent health
on Monday. On the following day he
tsibly showed the effects of the ex
treme heat, and became ill late Tues
day evening. He gradually failed and
finally on his birthday; which occurred
yesterday, breathed his last De
ceased (was born Aug. 1, 1S29, in
Comity Meath, Ireland. When a
oima man he came to the United
State and settled in the state of New
York., There he was united in mar
riage I with Mis8 May McCall in the
year 1858. The couple resided in the
east. until the early '70's, when they
came nest. In 1908 Mr, and Mrs. Mur
phy celebrated their golden wedding
anniversary. Surviving are the wife,
Gust Lawson and sons' thresher
started the season's run Wednesday
in J. M. Lee's field. F. C. Killing's
machine started Tuesday at Shrier's
farm. J. O. Wahlstram's at Elmer
Johnson's and Ray Morgan at home.
Will Tennant and family spent Sun
day at Geneseo.
C. O. Wahlstrom and family of Mo
line and Charles Okerbloom of Lynn
were entertained Sunday at the Albert
Rev. Mrs. Andereck of Orion con
ducted a very interesting service in
Sunny Hill school yard Sunday afternoon.
G. W. Bucks is now a great
grandfather, a daughter being born to
Mr. and Mrs. Hattle Buck Giles Satur
day at Geneseo.
August Gustafson has purchased a
new Ford touring car of the Lawson
Mrs. Albert Goben and family of Mo
line are here visiting the former's
sisters, Mrs. Reuben Lindblad, Mrs.
Charles Bucks and Mrs. J. O. Wahl
strom. Miss Marvel Walker delightfully en
tertained the F. Y. P. club Saturday
evening at her home.
Mrs. Anna Harsha arrived Tuesday
evening to visit her son, J. B. Harsha.
Ruth and Dorothy McWhlnney vis
ited last week at W. M. Harsha's
home in Orion.
Alexander Bay, N. Y., Aug. 2.
Repeating her sensational perform
ance of the day before the Ankle Deep
secured first place in the second day's
races over the gold challenge cup of
the American Power Boat association.
The performance of Little Joker, own
ed by H. S. Ford of Nyack, N. Y.,
representing the Tappan Zee, was the
surprise of the afternoon. The little
hydroplane shot along like a streak.
Her driver took the turns closely and
not losing an inch on them. The boat
easily secured second place.
The race was again a victory of
superior motive power. None of the
other boats could compete with the
three hundred horse-power of
A stiff wind was blowing and the
race was postponed a half hour In
the expectation that the wind might
subside. At 5 o'clock, when the gun
was fired, there was still a fair breeze
and a heavy sea.
The Mitt crossed the line first The
other entries crowded close behind.
The P. D. Q. 111. met w ith engine trou
ble and started eight minutes after the
others. The Sand Burr III., the entry
of the Atlantic Yacht club, did not
The cup defender, the Mitt III.,
started well, but broke down before
the end of the first lap.
The breaking down of the Mitt III.
and the late start of the P. D. Q. Ill,
took away all possibility of the troptiy
remaining at Thousands Islands. The
scoring now stands: Ankle Deep, 12;
Little Joker, 8; P. D. Q. Ill, S; Mitt
111., 6; Mutt, Jr., 4; Sand Burr, 1.
36 years, from beneath 18 feet of sand
and loose earth at the bottom of a
well here. Ensley was buried under
a cavein "while removing bricks at
the bottom of a welL
Policeman 45 Mfnutf a.
East St Louis, 111., Aug. 2. Police
man Kurt Mathias. St Louis, after
three-quarters of an hour service In
the department, resigned and took a
position with Armour company at the
Galesburg, 111., Aug. 2 Maley's !
GrOVe todav WAR tho u.n nf (ha rolo.
bration local negroes held in honor
of Emancipation day, the day when
Lincoln freed the colored race from
bondage. The colored people of this
city and the surrounding territory
united in the celebration. The day
was featured by a number of addresses
by leading Galesburg men and men
from this vicinity. Mayor Bradley,
Rev. B. N. Murrell of Peoria. Profes
sor E. L. Scruggs of Macon City, Mis
souri; Rev. A. Gabrielson of this city,
Rev. S. L. Britt of Galesburg. Rev.
the p. II. iWejster of Galesburg, (and
xtev. jar. Aiaaison or tvewanee were
on the program.
Poor Boy Dies Rich.
Chillicothe, 111., Aug. 2. Older resi
dents of Peoria and of Woodford coun
ty, especially in the vicinity of Spring
Bay, will remember the Hensling fam
ily. The father was killed in the war,
leaving his wife and a young son,
Louis. Thirty-yeaxs ago Louis went to
Nebraska, taking his wife, formerly
Miss Minnie Ege of Spring Bay, and
his mother. . He was a quiet, hard
working man and the world went well
with him. He died Friday and left
20,000 acres of the richest corn land
in the state. He was said to be worth
a million dollars and to be the wealth
iest farmer in Nebraska.
I I " :'3'
Dies Frtfm Injuries.
Streator, 111., Aug. 2. James Ray-
mound Feehan, aged 23 years, died
at the hospital in this city yesterday
morning as a result of injuries bus
tained Monday when he was run over
by a wagon at his home at Odell.
He was hauling coal and in mounting
the wagon his foot slipped off the hub
and he fell, in front of the wheel.
Recover Body From Well.
Petersburg, 111., Aug. 2. After dig
ging all through the night, a large
force of men, working in relays, yes
terday morning succeeded in remov
ing the body of James Ensley, aged
The Real West Is Really
Just Around the Corner Now
WHY, the trip only means one night on the train, and the cost
of a month in these beautiful, body-building, memory-painting,
healthy, glorious scenes is not in excess of what it costs you
to live at home. Make this your Colorado summer. Tike a
genuine rest and take the whole family with you.
Rock Island Lines
provide the best service to Colorado. The very trip is
; a relaxation splendid roadbed luxurious ventilated
sleepers big berths and prcmiei hotel cuisine.
If you can afford to go anywhere you can afford to spend the little bit of
time and money necessary for this wonderful and. stimulating experience.
There are more things to do and more wonders to see than you can im
agine, and the biggest surprise of all is the slight expense.
Let me tell you about the low round-trip fares. '
E. C HALF ANT, Ticket Agent,
. HAL. S. RAY, Assistant General Passenger Agent
Da Moines, Iowa
SUMMER DEVELOPMENTS PUSH NEW CIRCLE OF PEOPLE
INTO CENTER OF LIMELIGHT-FOCUS IN WASHINGTON
Suffrajt Party Coming. The auto
mobile (arty of toe Iowa Equal Suff
ice association will arrive in Daven
port on' Sept. 10. and a suffrage meet
ing will be held here at that time.
The auffragets will cross the state
twce in a trip ever the White Pole
and RiTer-to-ltiver roads. The first
meeting will be held on Sept. 1 at
Adel, Iowa, by invitation and tinder
Oe patronage of Coveriior and Mrs.
George Clark. Open air meetings or
meetings in halls will be held at the
points along the route. Miss Flora
Dunlap, the head worker of the Road
aide settlement in Des Moines, and
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Wife so Weak and Nervous
Could Not Stand Least
Noise How Cured.
Munford, Ala. " I was so weak and
tiervoua while passing: through the
I Change of Life that
I could hardly live.
My husband had to
nail rubber on all the
gates for I could not
stand it to have a
"I also had back
ache and a fullness
in my stomach. I
noticed that Lydia
t. f inkham Vege
table ComDound vm
cdvertised for such cases and I sent and
got a bottle. It did me so much good
that I kept on taking it and found it to
be all you claim. I recommend your
Compound to alt women afflicted as I
sras." Mrs. F. P. MuiXEXDORE, Mun
An Honest Dependable Medicine
Is Lydia E. Pinkham'a Vegetable Com
pound. A Root and Herb medicine orig
inated nearly forty years ago by Lydia
C Pinkham ofLynn, Mass., for con
trolling female ills.
Its wonderful success In this line baa
made it the safest and most dependable
medicine of the age for women and no
roman suffering from female ilia does
herself justice who does not give it a
If you here the slightest donbt
that Lydia l Pinkham'a Vegeta
ble Coinponnd will bel p yon, write
to Lydia E.Plnkham MrdiclneCo.
(eonfidrntial I,ynn,Mass-,for ad
rlce. Your letter will be opened,
read and answered by a woman,
tad held in stcVt routldenco
, Advertisement. ;i
8 . . S 1
At top Or. A. D. Melvln, James E.
Watson, Senor G. S. Cordova. At
bottom Mrs. James Hamilton Lew
is, Oliver P. Newman.
Washington. D. C, Aug. 2. Oliver
P. Newman, the newspaper man ap
pointed to the position of one of the
three commissioners of the District of
Columbia, occupies a great deal of at
tention in Washington at present be
cause of the contest that has been
made against him by the local poli
ticians. Mr. Newman was appointed
by the president In the face of con
siderable opposition by local democrats.
He la a newspaper man who was
brought into close touch with Presi
dent Wilson while he was covering
Trenton and Princeton between ithe
time Wilson was elected and the in
auguration. The president la said to
hare a great deal of confidence in the
ability cf Mr. Newman and as the new
commissioner has no strings to him
it Is generally supposed that the af
fairs of the district will be thoroughly
overhauled during his term of service.
His opponents axe trying to oust him
cn the grounds that he has not been a
resident of the district for a sufficient
tlue, although the attorzey-general
has ruled that ho li eligible.
Dr. A. D. Molvin, chief of the depart
sex of fcgricultuxe, Is going to the
ArganUnft republic to Investigate tha
slaughterhouse coaditicni there. So
much bocf ig now being imported from
there that he will naake a thorough in
vestigation of .tie conditions under
which the cattle are butchered and
the manner la which tho bee Is pack-
Mother Eve Defended.
Galesburg, 111., Aug. 2. "If I am to
judge Adam by some of his descend
ants. Eve must have stolen the apple,
because of the man she loved, and I
am sure Adam wasn't far behind, be
cause he must have boosted her up the
tree to get the fruit," was the rousing
statement made in defense of Mother
Eve by Mrs. Lenora Lake in her lec
ture, "When Man Is King," before
a large audience at the Chautauqua
Tuesday alj.ernoon. She gave her
lecture after the afternoon's session
had been opened by a prelude con
cert by the Fraternity Glee club. '
Havana Pastor Called.
Clinton, 111., Aug. 2. Rev. Ralph
V. Calloway of Havana will be rec
ommended to the congregation to fill
the vacancy brought about by the res
ignation of Rev. J. F. Bosborotigb, who
will move to Eureka. Rev. Mr. Callo
way preached a trial sermon Sunday
and the board of trustees agreed
unanimously to extend him a call fol
lowing the acclamation of the congre
" ' Band Is Popular.
Monmouth, 111., Aug. 2. The Sixth
regiment band of this city is fast gain
ing a reputation at Camp Lincoln at
Springfield and residents of that city
claim that it is the best regimental
band that has been there this year.
The Sixth band was given an honor
when they were called at 5 a. m. to
play the reveille. The work of the
local band is done in the mornings and
the boys are excused in the afternoon.
Misses Winifred Boyles, Mary Hal
stead,. Nora Whisman and Lois Rob
ertson spent Wednesday at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bohringer.
Misses Minnie and Bessie Cooper
were shopping in Rock Island Tues
Will Gray was a Galesburg visitor
Miss Mabelle Whisman returned
home Wednesday from a vi3it with
friends at Berwick.
O. N. Phillips went to Chicago with
a shipment of cattle Tuesday.
Miss Millicent Boyles is visiting
Miss Bernice Burgess of Mlllersburg,
ed. Besides visiting Argentina, he also
will visit Brail!, Uruguay and Para
guay on the same mission. More beef
1b expected to be imported than ever
when the new tariff bill goes into
Senor G. S. Cordova, the new min
ister o the United States from Ecua
dor, is the latest addition to the for
eign diplomatic corps in Washington.
He speaks English fluently and is one
of the big men in his country. Senor
Cordova succeeds Senor Trizaga as
minister, there having been no Ecua
doran minister In Washington since
tho resignation cf Trizga several
James E. Watson, -he former con
gressman from Indiana, has perked
up since his name was cleared by
Martin M. Mulhall before the renata
lobby investigating committee of the
charge that Mr. Watson had accepted
money for wcrk done for the Nation
al Association of Manufacturers
while he was a member of congress.
Mulhall 6wore that Watson was in
the employ of the interests to work
for a tariff commission bill while he
was a member cf the house, but in
his later testimony Muihall denies
this is true. He new says that he was
mistaken in regard to the dates and
that Watson "did not gei the money
before he left congress."
Sirs. Janes Hamilton Lewis, wife 6f
the democratic senator from Chicago,
one of the most charming women of
the new ndmintetfation, occupies a
rather promineat position as the wite
of tfce most talked about senator. Her
husband has been made the, whip of
the deziccritic side- in the senate, al
ttoash he siys with an English accent
that in England they call It the "mas
ter of the tenches.''
Kept Scratching Until Cheeks Fiery
Red. Skin Cracked and Scaly.
Itched and Burned. Used Cuti
cura Soap and Ointment. No
Return of Trouble.
Smlthville, Ind. " Six months as9 our
baby girl, one year old, bad a few rod pirn
plea come on tor face whlcb gradually spread
csurfn her face to become very Irritated
and a fiery red color. The pimples on tho
child's face were at first small water?
blisters just a small bWn on the skin. She
kept scratching at this until In a few clays
her whole checks were fiery red color and
instead of the Utile blisters the skin was
cracked and scaly looldag and seemed to
itch and bum very much.
"We used number of remedies which
eemed to give relief for a short time then
leave her face worse than ever. Finally we
got a cake of Cuticura Boap and a box of
Cutlcura Ointment. I washed the child's
face with very warm water and Cutlcura
Boap. then applied the Cutlcura Ointment
very lightly. After doing this about three
time a day the Itching and burning seemed
enUrely gone in two days' time. Inside of
two weeks' time her face seemed well. That
was eight months ago and then has been no
return of the trouble." (Signed) Mrs. A. K.
Wooden. Nov. 4. 1912.
Cutlcura Soap and Ointment do to much
for poor complexions, red, rough hands, and
dry, thin and falling hair. and cost so Uttls
that it is almost criminal not to sue tfaem,
Sold by dealers throughout ths world. lib
eral sample of each mailed free, with 32-n.
book on the skin and scalp. Address post
card "Cutlcura. Iept. T. Boston."
?Mo who shave a.-J thunpoo with Cm
ticura Boap win fiad it Ux for skin anscalp,
Ash Fitzslmmons, a former resident
of Milan, was the victim of an accident
in Rock Island Wednesday when he
was struck by an automobile as he
stepped from behind a wagon. Mr.
Fitzsimmons was not seriously injured
but was taken to St. Anthony's hos
Mr. and Mrs. George Sheldon of
Chicago who are visiting their parents
in Rock Island, visited with Mr. and
Mrs. C. S. Walker Monday evening.
Misses Mabel and Esther Marten,
who were visiting Miss Ada Martin,
left for their home Thursday morning.
Mr. and Mrs. W. Weaver and daugh
ter of Coal Valley, Mr. and Mrs. E. L.
Rhoadarmer, daughter and son, Miss
Belle Weaver, Isaac Weaver, Ethel
Guldenzopf, of Milan, Miss Anna
Rhoadarmer of Iowa City were Sun
day visitors at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. H. R. Dack of South Heights.
Mrs. C. S. Walker spent Friday in
Rock Island with friends.
Mr. and Mrs. Gus Danielson and
two daughters and little granmson,
James Danielson, spent Tuesday in
Milan at the home of their son Albert,
and also spent a few hours at St. An
thony's hospital with Albert Danielson.
Miss Ella Zahn of Fon-du-Lac, Wis.,
is visiting at the home of her father,
A baby boy was born yesterday to
Mr. and Mrs. Phil Crockett. Mrs.
Crockett was formerly Miss Ethel Bab-
Fred Deitiker returned to his home
this morning near Camderi, 111., after
vTaiting since Tuesday with his broth
er, W. F. Deitiker and wife.
T. M. Van Horn of Chicago spent
Wednesday at the home of G. H. Wiggins.
The W. M. B. society met yesterday
with Mrs. Dixon nt the parsonage.
Mr. and Mrs. John Kehoe and baby
of Niles, Mich., are visiting at the
home of the former's father. Miles Ke
hoe, of Vandruffs island.
Mrs. J. S. Dupew has returned home
after a short visit with friends in the
Mr. and Mrs. George Hausch are
tho parents of a son born yesterday.
Miss Lulu Post of Columbus, Ohio,
is visiting her sister, Mrs. Post on
Mrs. Henry S. Dibbern left Wednes
day morning to visit her sister, Mrs.
Hal Smith in Toulon.
Mrs. E. L. Rhoadarmer, daughter
Miss Faye and son Edgar visited
Thursday in Reynolds at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. Emil Freytag.
Mr. and Mrs.' Charles Johnson of
Bearstown were callers at W.- L.
Clark's home last Wednesday. Mr.
and Mrs. Johnson came here in their
Mr. and Mrs. Cyrus McMlchael of
Taylor R'dge entortained on Snnddy
at dinner the follov.ing relatives: Mr.
and Mrs. Harry Rhoadarmer and chil
dren, Bartha, Hiram and Donald, of
Orion; Mr. and Mrs. Kester McMlch
ael of Milan and Mr. and Mrs. Boyd
McMichael of Port Byron.
Maynard Clark left last week for an
extended visit with relatives ia Baards
town. The Milan camp meeting date is
August 21 to ?1. Evangelist H. P.
Dunlop of Chicago has been engaged
to be here during the meeting.
Mrs. Robinson of Viola was a Milan
greatest congress of power boats ever
assembled anywhere in the history cf
The week of August 17th to 24th will
bo devoted to aviation and from Au
gust 24th to 31st to other aquatic
sports. Aviation week, from August
17th to 24th, wiil attract more than
national attention. This being an
aquatic celebration, the aviation pro
gram will be largely confined to the
hydro-aeroplanes and flying boats.
Five thousand dollars in cash prizes
have been offered, which will be con
tested for by the leading manufactur
ers and the most skillful and daring
aviators in this country.
The program provides for carrying
passenger flights, fancy flying, quick
climbing contests, races, both In air
and on surface of water, bomb drop
ping contests, sham battles betwoen
war machines and dummy battleships,
and attempts to break every world's
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From the eld Niagara, on which
Commodore Perry won the battle of
Lake Erie to the hydro-aeroplane, the
latest marine achievement of man,
ths intervening years mark the great
est advance made in the science of
navigation in any 6ingle century in the
history of the hiun&n race, and such
Is the scope of the Perry centennial
icgatta being held tnis sumrnir at
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FETERSEN & SON COAL CO.,
Will ope cosj Cf4 axs&sr
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