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THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS, SATURDAT, AUGUST 3u, 1913.
DAY IN DAVENPORT
Shadowing Suspects. What Is be
lieved to be a gang of yeggmen, who
have been committing various crimen
In Davenport and vicinity and who,
railroad officials are Inclined to be
lieve, would not hesitate to embrace
en orportun!ty to hold up a train, have
been loitering about the telegraph
shanty cf the Rock Island, Fifth anJ
Taylor streets, for the past two nights.
The strangers have been seen lurk
ing In the 6hadowg of box can near
the shanty and to have acted suspic
iously when any of the railroad em
ployes spied them. The Davenport
police were notified of the railroad
men's sutpiclons last night and offii
ters were sent to the yards to Inves
tigate. The men had taken their de
parture, before the police arrived, and
Could not be found In the vicinity of
the. shanty. All outgoing and Incom
ing trains stop at this junction and it
'0'j!J be an excel'ent opportunity for
men to board the car?, tlie railroad
men say. A close watch Is being kept
by special officers cf the road and by
the Davenport olic e in the hope of
landing the suspects.
To Sue Trl-City R. R. Suit for
fj.OOO damages for personal Injuries
sustained by his wife when she Is
Iged to have fallen from a strf-et car
while alighting at Sixth and Urady
treats July 11, was brought against
the Tri-Oity Railway company by
, iam J. Lee yesterday. Krod Voilrcer
!s attorney for the plaintiff. Another
ni't ror ir.e same atno Tt acainat te
quested to hold him until the asylum
authorities could bring him back.
leaves many friends. She Is survived
'by her husband, Herman Mellk,e, and
ialso by an adopted sob, Rudolph Best
'of this citv. Funeral services will
take place at 2 o'clock Sunday after
noon from the family home, with inter
ment in Fainnount cemetery.
Club Make Pledge. Forty mem
bers of the Davenport Ad Men's club
at a meeting Thursday night in the
Commercial club pledged a total of j
$400 as the beginning of the fund to
finance the state Ad Men's convention
here in ctober. This fund will be in
creased as much as possible until
Sept. 15, when subscrip'ions will be
called In. All of the members of the
club will be active in the canvass.
Details for the securing cf additional
funds were referred to the finance com
mittee. The means of financing the
convention were suggested to the
meeting la the report of C. T. Kindt,
chairman of the convention commit
tee. Slugged by Strangers. That John
Hass. Third and Warren street, was
5li:sped by two unknown men when he
fell from a street car Monday night,
sustaining a fr.icturod limb, was
brought to light by a po'.ice investiga
tion into the report yesterday. Hass
was returning home from the circus
and was knocked from the street car
by the two strangers, who slugged
him with brass knuckles. The man
was picked up in an unconscious con
dition and was taken to his home.
Police News. Ten days in Jail on
a vagraucy charge was the sentence
imposed by Magistrate Roddewig on
ne J. C. Coates, who was arraigned
WILL PRESIDE AT
rompany was fil"d by M-3. IJrlie Lee i 'n police court today. Coate3, accord
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ror personal Injuries al ered
lesulted from the accident.
Eng to the police, was loitering about !
the city with no visible means of sup
port. Roscoe Moore, a stranger, was sent
to jnil for 13 days in police court yes-
Ancther Burglar Scars. A burglar
fare at the rettidt-ncA nf A r. p.nv,
U Walling court. Rt a late hour Thurs-! '"da" for defra'Jding a hotel keeper
day night, caused half a dozen police
Men to be diepatchei to the scene In
the patrol car. There were no evi
dences cf thieves having attempted to
enter the home when tlie police arriv
r.d. and afcr making a careful search
or the neighborhood the offlrers de
rided there was Ittle cause for the
fright. Slicrtly afterward a cali was
recufvo.1 that s'racjeers wore prowling
about the vicinity of the 200 block on
T.rady (.trret. peering Into windows
and. acting the part of would-be rob
ber. A police investigation was made
tut no trace of the strangers was
iMoore is said to have been negligent.
in "coming across" with that metallic
mbstance so necessary in the upkeep
cf a hostelry and to have played with
much success the ro'.e of s'ar boarder
for these many days.
Sues for Injurit3. The Rettendorf
company was maie defendant in two
State Senator Wagner will preside
over the New York senate during the
Sul::er impeachment trial in Septem
ber. He is unfriendly to Sulzer,
ON YOUR WAY TO
Start Any Time, Stay as Long
as You Wi3h, and Return
at Your Leisure.
J. II. Parks went to St. Anthony's
hospital in Rock Island last week, for
treatment for his broken arm and
dislocated shoulder, injuries received
In e fall several week3 ago.
Mrp. Ett.i Johnston and family have
returned home from Derby, Iowa,
where they have been visiting relatives.
G. C. Speetzcn, who has been visit-
in Chicago, returned
All aboard! Get ready for a trip
to the great Panama canal.
It isn't a boat trip, nor is it a trip by
Why, nothing less than a step into
the front door of Panama, on through
the isthmus by easy stages, and out
into the Pacific ocean without even
wetting the sole of a shoe.
" How's it all done?
The Argus gives you the opportunity
through 'a beautiful big illustrated
book called "Panama and the Canal
in Picture and Prose." This took tells
you of the strange natives of the Canal
zone, their characteristics and cus
toms; als heir costumes, which are
designed t show more of their anat-
omy than is shown even in polite cir- j
cles of modern society; it portrays the
beauties of the Jungle, the floating is
lands, the flowers and trees of this
wonderful tropical country. All of
these features are described in beauti
ful word pictures, intermingled with
rare illustrations, many of which are
mad from water-color studies and re
produced in splendid full pages in
their natural colorings.
This volume then becomes a source
of education to every one who possess
es it. Everybody should know of the
wonders of the great canal and its sur
rounding territory- The entire story
is told in thi3 magnificent book.
The Argus has arranged to present
these volumes to readers as explained
in the Panama certificate which is
printed daily in these columns. Six
of these certificates are required, to
gether with a small expense amount
to cover the mere items of the cost of
distribution. No such opportunity was
ever before offered to get a volume
of this character for only the amount
of expense involved in the transaction.
J4k ) J Sys
A Few Paragraphs from an Editorial which
Appeared in the Chicago American, July 26,
on the Question of Two Telephone
and Telegraph Systems:
Mrs. Steinhauer Asks Divorce. An
fther chapter in the career of Wili'.ira
('. Steinha:icr. curbstone a'lto dcalpr,
fwrnrred yesterday when his ivifn,
Kninia fi'e'tihauer. filed suit for abso
lute divorce, alleging statutory
grounds and also cruel and Inhuman
treatmfnt. She savg Steinliauor
Strnr'U her In tliD t tt n t-nr:nii ttmaa
frequently cal. her vle nstnes and! Postoffice Change. Fred B. Sharon,
al Mpeatod!y consormd with strange appointed as tne wrain iim.,
women. She asks trm-orarv alin-ny Ucr. will take charge of his office next
m .,. ,.. ., ! 1: Monday. S. A. Finger, the present
and attorney's f'''- Site also
permanent alimony and t lie house and
lot at 320 West High street.
nerscnal injury suits filed yesterday
afternoon, damages cf $3,000 being
isked by Joso Magdlc for the loss orjng relatives
thumb and hand and $1,000 asked by: home Monday.
Tcny Nikos for smashing of hand and ( Miss Millicent Boyles has returned
fingers. Ee'ty &. Betty are attorneys ihome from Gibson, Iowa, where she
for the plaintiffs. Both of the plain-.'had been visiting her uncle, Marion
tiffs are Greek laborers. Nikos states .Boyles and family.
that while working for the company j Miss Ida Lickhardt of Tamplco vis
las spring a heavy railroad iron fell j ited Miss Pearl Fassett over Thurs
on h's hand and finpers crushing day night.
firm. Magdic alleges that on July 31 Miss Marie Hoexter is visiting rela
he was fastening a chain cn some cast- tives near Peoria,
inj'when a crane was started br-fore j Miss Ida Millett is sending this w eek
he had completed his work and a j in Hock Island, attending the teachers'
thumb sUcrd off and his hand injured. ; institute and visiting Mrs. E. A. Zeig-
will leave today and Mr.
UO .... . ,, ,
Sharon win De in iuii cuuku .uuuuaj.
' No bu.ilnebs U transacted at the office
ion Sunday. The papers commission-
ling Mr. Sharon as postmaster were re-
Ict-iveJ bv hi:n several weeks ago, but;Ston were in Rock Island Tuesday.
it was dnemed advisable not to mane
Lunatic Drives AutomibHe. T,. A
Jolinson. n escaped lunatic from the
Mate arylum at Mt. Plvasant, held
n'Bii carnival as a tpeea c.emcn Room , innlnK cf lhe a change at
the stree's of D.ivenpr.rt Thursday.; (,t,ier Ume wouM ,cad to consld.
i;iiifuI taint; iu iii.B -tKJ ajuio.i
Jtftemorn and i:i t'ie evening rente! n
machine from the Siavin Taxlcab com-
Mra. F. E. Ciark and daughters and
the Misses Mary Millett and Fern May
hew spent Wednesday In Norwood.
Miss Eilfrieda Speet en of Daven
port is the guest of Miss Doris Rich
ards this week-
Miss I'carle Fassett spent the week
end with friends in Galesburg.
The .Misses Veril and Kathleen Mar-
"Meanwhile, the telephone and telegraph
systems should be combined as rapidly as
possible into one great, EFFICIENT sys.
tern, free from wasteful competition and
"The public pays the expense of all
public work done in this country, and all
waste and needless work means so much
Iobs to the public.
"The opposition to complete combina
tion of telephones and telegraphs is sense
less and against public policy.
"The public pays for everything and
pays twice for its telephone and telegraph
systems when it has two systems instead of
"The telegraph and telephone systems
constitute a natural monopoly ; they should
b combined in one organisation and that
organization compelled to serve the publio
faithfully, efficiently and reasonably.
"The publio need not at present fear
that great combinations will be used as
they have been in the past as an agency of
extortion. The public is awake and has
made its influence felt. A different tone
characterizes the management of big cor
porations today, a tone of enlightenment
and 'the publio-be-damned' idea is a thing
of the past. Chicago's telephone systems
should be made one, the public protected
in rates and citizens not compelled to
spend their days jumping from one tele
phone to another when ONE would save
time, money and energy for the public and
the system as well,"- Chicago American,
July 26, 1913.
Central Union Telephone Company
A. J. Beverlin, District Manager
the transfer of the office until the
jiany and si;pnt the ti 1 l; 1 t in Joy rid
ing. When a: lengUi in the early houi s
of the morning, he returned to the
f.rae, he refuted to pay for the use
) the machine. S.nvi:i had the maa
arrested. The pclice suspected him
!o be the luna'.ic who escaped from Mt.
T'le.-.eant thrr days as;o. Wiring ,u
lr!nteudoct Apple.ale cf the insti
tution a description, they were rc-
Sscfc Speed Fiend The Davenport
Mrs. J. H. Parks entertained the
Larkin club Tuesday afternoon.
Mrs. Thorpe and daughter Jessie are
visiting Itev. and Mrs. G. H. Thorpe.
Mrs. Thorpe and Miss Jessie have been
ia California for several months.
The Missen Dori3 Richards, Elfrieda
Mrs. Wilkes' Fondest Hopes
Realized Health, Hap
piness and Baby.
poilec are looking for the owner of an Speet en, Myrtle Mct'onnel. Marie
auton-obile. supposed to be a resident j Freyiag and Edith, Rosa and Cora Kell
of this citv, who is reported to have spent Wednesday at the Watch Tower.
down a moil and two small cnn-1 ". . u. v.au aua aaugnier, auss
ne!e:i, returned Tuesday from a week
visit in Vermont, Iil.
Miss Vesta Gregg of Davenport Is
visiting Mrs. Frank Bahringer.
Miss Mabel Alcorn entertained the
members cf her Sunday school class
Mrs. Maud Cooper went to Aledo
Harold McEntire is visiting Mr. and
Mrs. Bray shaw in Peoria.
Misses Julia Mallette and Pluma
Haefele are atiending the teachers' in
stitute in Rock Island this week.
C. A. Samuelson and wife and
daughter, Florence, returned home
Saturday from their pleasure trip
along the coaet. They visited at Niag
ara Tails, New York City, BuC-alo,
Boston and several other places and
in some parts of Canada.
Mrs. James Myers and children and
her mother, Mrs. Flora Tanda, of Chi
cago, are visiting Mrs. Tanda's sis
ter, Mrs. 'Mika Grady, and her sister.
Mrs. Milt Beers, of Cable, this week.
Miss Sarah Davis returned home
Tuesday after a 10 days' visit with rel
atives and friends in Colfax, Iowa.
Robert Davison and family returned
to Moline Wednesday for a visit with
his sister, Mrs. Lundquist, before his
return home to Harvey, after a visit
with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Robert
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Powell and
daughter visited with relatives and
friends at Toronto, Iowa, for a week.
Amel Mueller returned home Monday
from Blue Grass, lewa, after a short
Miss Enieline Lawson of Cable left
Wednesday morning for Jacksonville
for a visit of two weeks with her
uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. FreB
John T. Whi.e, th? national preslden
of the United Mine Workers, gave
an interesting speech last Sunday
dren in Moline Thursday night, severe
ly bruising the litUe tots, and to have
turned on full speed and escaped be
fore the authorities could investigate.
A broken lamp and wind 6hield, the
t fleets f the accident, w ere the clew s
. j famished the local police.
riattsburff, Miss. "Lydia E. Tink
ham's Vegetable Compound has proved
very beneficial to me, for now I am well
and have a sweet, healthy baby, and
our homo ia happy.
"1 was an invalid from nervous pros
tration, indigestion and female troubles.
Clerk Arrives. Glenn D. .Chapman
has come to Davenport from Cedar
: Rapids and is filling the vacancy as
clerk of the Hotel Davenport, caused
by the resignation of George F. Mar
in, who has gone to the new Colonial
hotel in Rock Island. The three clerks
at the Davenport now are William
Finefield, Harry Mangan and Mr.
Chapman, who was formerly clerk at
the Montrose hotel in Cedar Rapids.
Licensed to Vcd. A marriage li
cense was issued yesterday by Clerk
evening in Sherrard. He bad quite
an audience to hear himT He spoke
at Matherville Sunday evening and he
also attended the home-coming pic
nic at Coal Valley last week, giving
a Epeech there Friday.
Messrs. Robert and George Gibson
and John Gibson were Rock Island
A number of the baseball boys were
playing at Geneseo this week at the
baseball tournament held for three
Mrs. Laity of Colchester, who has
been visiting her Bon, Elmer, and
mother. Mrs. Coker, returned to br
home Monday after a two weeks' visit.
Theodore Petersen of Cable has re
turned from Sweden, where he has
been traveling for the last three weeks,
He went for the benefit of his health.
George Lawson, Sr., of Taylor
Ridge, is visiting with hi3 children
at Matherville, Cable, Sherrard and
Miss Maggie Gibson returned Mon
day from Colfax. Iowa, where she had
visited with friends for a week.
Quite a -number attended the Cam
bridge fair last Thursday.
John Sherrard and wife and son,
Guy, of Cambridge, visited -at E. G.
Danielson's Sunday. They were ac
companied by Master Wilmont Hayes,
who had been visiting with bis aunt,
Mrs. Sherrard, and attending the Cam
"I think I suffered every pain a w
nan could before I began taking Lydia
K. Finkhara'a Vegetable Compound, and
I think it saved thU baby's life, as I
lost my first one.
"My health has been very pood ever
ince, and 1 praisa your medicine to all
my friends." Mrs. Yf.rna Wilkes,
tt. T. D. No. X, Plattsburg, Miss
The darkest days of husband and wifa
ar when they come to look forward to
a childless and lonely old age.
Many a wife has found herself inca
pable of motherhood owing to some
derangement cf the feminine system,
Cf ten curable by the proper remedies.
In many homes once childless there
are now children because of the fact
that Lydia E. Pinkhara's Vegetable
Compound makes women norm&L
If you want special adTice write to
LjdlaE.rinkbain Medicine Co. (coufi
i.'ectisl) Lynn, Mass. Your letter v. HI
tx opened, rend and answered by a
tTor-an and held la strict confidence.
LOCAL MAN WINS AT
IOWA STATE FAIR
II. E. Killmer has reason to be proud
of his poultry. At the recent state fair
at Dea Moines he captured first and
of Dt&trict Court Harry J. McFarland j third cock and first and second cock-
to John F. Doonan and Miss Alma j erel with his Buff Orpingtons.
Warigen of Davenport. .
REALTY CHANGES II
Orphans Band to Play. The Or
phans' Home band will be present to
take part In the services Sunday night
at the Mt. Ida Presbyterian church.
Mrs. Shirley Walker will sing. The
sermon will be especially devoted to
trade unions. The laboring men and
women will be present in large numbers.
Obituary Record. Mrs. Christine
Mielke. 51 years old, died at 10 o'clock
yesterday morning at the family home,
1035 West Fourteenth street, after a
lingering illness of over three months'
duration. Mrs. Meilke was born Sept.
9. 1861. in Neufeldt, Bel Marne, Hol
ste'.n, Germany, the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. F. Junge. She lived in the
old country until 20 years of age, then
coming to the Vnited States and di
rectly to Davenport. Three years after
her arrival in this city, on Feb. 28,
1SS4. decedent was united in marriage
with Herman Meilke of this city. The
couple immediately moved on a farm
in Lincoln township. They resided in
Lincoln township for a number of
years. Iter they sold that property
and 18 years ago purchased a farm
near Walcott, which they conducted
for cine years.
In the year 1904 the couple retired
and removed to Davenport, taking up
their residence on West Fourteenth
street, where they have since lived.
Mrs. Meilke was well known in the i Gust Schlegel & Son. 220 West Sec-
1 neighborhood in which she lived andjocd street. Davenport. (Adv.)
Levi L. Wheeler to James Thomp
son, lots 7 and 8, block 6, old town of
Camden, now Milan, $500.
Theophiel Barbieur and wife to Al
fons Van Wallegen, west half lot 2,
block 1, Alday's third addition, Moline,
Louis Voss and wife to Rene Mad
delein, lot 19, block 15, first addition,
Lillian E. Parsons and husband to
Lacie C. Law son, lot 27. block 129, New
Shops addition. East Moline, $300.
Rebecca Swank et al to Frank S.
Bryan and wife, east half, west half,
northeast quarter section 17-18-2E,
James Lewis by administratrix to T.
J. Gorman, undivided one-half lot 2,
block 152, East Moline, $100.
Quick Relief for Rheumatism,
George W. Koons Law ton. Mick.,
says: "Dr. Deletion's Relief lo
Rheumatism has given my wit won
derful benent for rheumatism. She
could not lift band or toot; had to
bo lifted for two months. She began
Lha use of the remedy and improved
rapidly. On Monday she could not
move and on Wednesday she got up.
dressed herself and walked out for
breakfasL" Sold by Otto Grot Jan.
1501 Second avenue. Rock Island;
FOR MEN'S DISEASES
you will a v
money and dis
you get tuo riguc
sWlth. our large
practice no sues
woik, but put
yon rifjht on the
best treatment to
effect tiie quick
est cure. K. urn em
ber, our charge
tor a cur ara
tiio loweat of any
f ,,youJre. unsuccessfully treated by
other doctors, come to u and get
the r.ght treatment ut once.
"OLD CHRONIC CASES'
Come for Iluplure, Varicose Ea
larxrincata. Knotted Yeias, gorea.
Palaful anrlllaaa, Files, ".ervoai.
esa, narkau-ae, KheuiualUra, Ca
tarrk, Stouiach and Heart Trwublra,
Kidney and Uladder Ulaeaaea, Mkla
and IJlood Ulaeaaea, fr'ulllu Hair,
feruytloaa on UuUy, etc.
It you have au old case that has
been hang.ng on tor weeks or months
and which medicines irora doctors
and druggists can t seem to cure up
right, there is some reason. We hava
a ticientitiu cur for tneaa cases and
will cure you right, quickly and
cheaply. Don't let chronic disease
drag you down and weaken your vi
tality or wreck your manhood.
quickly restored. Do you fee you
are not the nuu you ought to be, or
used to be? Are you weak, lame in
tua back, worried, cast downT We
can cure you anu will make you
man agalu. We cure secretly and
WRITE IF TOU CANNOT CALL
Gil 13th Street,
Open only on
ternoon end ev
ening. 1 to ;
Friday ove 7 to
S. and Sunday
morning. 9 to 13.
On otaer days,
call al Davenport.
4a mm Brady
DA V E.N PORT.
day, 9 a. m. to
6 p.' m. Tues
day and Satur
7 to 9. Cloed
Mrs. T. C. Kelling accompanied her
brother, Robert Byers, to Chicago Mon
day, for a few weeks visit.
Miss Hulda Larson of Kewanee Is
spending this week with Hannah Wahl
strom. Mrs. Serilus Farley and two children
of Ewart, Iowa, visited relatives here
and attended the Coal Valley home
comlngT James Reld of Ewart, Iowa, is visit
ing his sister, Mrs. William McMeeken.
Mrs. Emil Anderson is spending this
month with her sister in South Dakota.
Mr. and Mrs. Will McCormick of
Grinnell, Iowa, and Hugh Doden of
Deep River, Iowa, visited friends here
the past week. Ail of these formerly
resided in this vicinity.
There were no services at Beulah
last Sunday and will be none next Sun
day, on account of camp meeting.
Mrs. John Campbell of New York
City is here visiting her sister, Mrs.
Margaret Bailey. She will leave this
week for a month's visit at Keswick,
Miss Elizabeth Haney of Mol!ne is
visiting at the home of Mrs. Mary
J. R. McKeag and a company of
friends went to Keokuk last week by
boat to. see the big dam.
Mr. Weaver was calling on friends
here the past week. He spent his
boyhood days on the Gust Larson
Mr. and Mrs. Charles M&rkman and
daughter of Nebraska are visiting at
the Albert Lawson home.
Many from here enjoyed the union
services at . the Orion park Sunday
Camp meeting attracted several from
this community Sunday. Rev. Dunlop
gave three excellent sermons and the
music was a special feature of the
services and was directed by Rev. Dix
on of Milan.
Grandma Sharp and Henry Wash
burn are both very ill at this writing.
Tom McMinn of Chicago spent two
days here this week.
(Rear of 1121 Fourth avenue)
Let us vulcanize that bad automobile tire of yours.
Send your tire to U3 and the work will be done to your en
tire satisfaction. - - -
We do the best of work and our prices are most rea
sonable. " -
All Work Called For
Telephone Rock Island 2803.
H. E. SCHEEINER, Prop. F. TOMLINSON, Mgr.
Dr. F. C. English went to Milan
Wednesday where he will attend the
Milan camp meeting.
Miss Bertha Mawby went to Hope
well Wednesday for a short visit with
Miss May Boyer.
The Aledo quartet, composed of
Messrs. Grant Kraram, Thomas Ken-
ney. J. Baldwin and David Berg went
to Norwood Wednesday where they
furnished the vocal music for the an
nual Mercer and Warren county har
vest home picnic which was held near
that city Wednesday.
New Waterloo Postmaster.
Washington, D. C, Aug. 30. Th
president today nominated M. H. Kelly
to be postmaster at Waterloo, Iowa.
If our liver Is sluggish and out of
tone, and you feel dull, bilious, consti
pated, take a dose of Chamberlain's
Stomach, and Liver Tablets tonight be
fore retiring and you will feel all right
In the morning. Sold by all druggists.
Be sure and take a bottle of Cham
berlain'a Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea
Remedy with you when starting on
your trip this summer. It cannot be
obtained on board the trains or steam
ers. Changes of water and climate
often cause sudden attacks of diar
rhoea, and It is best to be prepared.
Sold b; all druggists. (Artv.l
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