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:THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS. TUESDAY. SEPTEMBER !:, 1913.
DAY IN DAVENPORT
Burelsra ErXer Residence- Burg
lare. entered the residence of C. II.
rilUng. 10S Wen Eighteenth street,
one tin Sunday night, ransacked
dresser drawers in a careful search
tor loot and escaped with articles
valued at $50. The robbery was re
ported to the police and city detec
tives are working on tbe case. En
trance was gained to the bottle by the
TOtbera through a rear window.
Among the missing valuables were
silver knives, forks and spoons.
Two Ton Cable Falls. Pedestrians
walklaj a'.ong Tenth street, ea6t of
Farnam street, narrowly escaped ser
ious Injury yesterday morning, when
af8:45 o'clock, over 1,000 feet of
cable, belonging to the Union Electric
company, fell from the poles to the
ground. The cable weighed over two
tons. The cable carried 190 pair of
wires and baa not been in use for
some time. Drop wires belonging to
the Iowa Telephone company were
carried away by the fall and a num
ber of telephones in that vicinity are
Useless. In falling the cable struck
the endgate cf a passing wagon and
carried away the gate, tearing it from
the str-el hinges. Many people walk
ing along the street miraculously es
caped being hit. The cable has been
abandoned for a number of years. The
fastening had decayed, having been in
service for the past 10 years.
Injured In Fall. A fall from a
wagon at Eighth and Harrison streets
Bunday af'ernoon resulted In severe
Injuries to John Briscoe, a negro, who
was thrown to the ground and his
eirt ba1;y bmWpd. Th? mm was
brcoght to th p?l'ro sti'ion " i
ambulance whern h1 i.ijurie
Jackson, Clinton, Scott, Muscatine,
Washington, Keokuk, Iowa, Johnson
and Cedar cotmtles.-
League to Meet. The annual elec
tion of the ScoV County Farm Im
provement league will be held the
coming Friday at the court, house and
President A. F. Dawson, who has
served throughout the past year, will
in a".l probability be the choice of the
league for the coming season. The
leagne believes that much has been
done through the organisation to in
crease the production of the farms cf
the count-. !
High Matt at Cathedral. The cele
bration of High mass at the Sacred
Heart Cathedral at 10:30 will be re
sumed next Sunday, Sept. 7, when the
boy choir will again be heard under
Prof. Otto's direction. Mra. William
King will be at the organ. The
masses at the cathedral are at 6,
7:30; 9 and 10:30 and will continue
at these hours for the coming year.
Police News. Joe Hammond drew
a ten days' sentence and Harry Gar
ney was sent to Jail for 13 days by
Magistrate Roddewlg yesterday for
Intoxication. The men were arrested
Saturday night. The case of Henw
Horstman, charged with assault a:1
battery by his wife, was continued.
The man was released on his own
cognizance to appear when wanted.
The case of Eugene Battisford, charg
ed with disturbing the peace, was
continued. " Battisford and an ac
quaintance were engaged in a quarrel
when the police interfered.
ObUv-.ry Record. Richard Stein-f-lt-
i years old, died at 10:20
Sunday night at the home, 313
Mrs. George McKJnley. when Mrs.
Francis Stevens and Mesdames Har
per and Shannon were also guests at
a dinner party. Carnations were the
decorations and a four-course dinner
was served. Mrs. Crawford depart
soon for California to spend the win
ter. Mr. Welsh will move his family to
Marshalltown, Iowa, and Charles Ste
vens will more into the Fry property
to be vacated by them. Emil Klebe
will move Into Mike Fitsgibbon's prop
erty. Miss Marie Walsh and mother have
as a guest Miss Margaret Shaughnes
sey of Chicago.
Little Emily Lanra Ireland and par
ents were paid a visit by Mrs. E. V.
Morris of De Witt, Iowa, the pasi
Mr. Hood and family en'ertained
Mr. Quinn and family and also Mr.
McCurnen and family of Moline Friday.
The B. T. 'P. tT. was entertained at
the home of Reuben Swannon in the
country last Friday evening.
Mrs. I Snyder arrived home from
a several months' visit with relatives
Mr. and Mrs. Husband have been
quite 111 at the home cf their daugh
ter, Mrs. Welch cf Sixth street.
Miss Ethel Kirk pat rick Is quite ill,
Th Woman's club is planning an In
teresting program for their next meeting.
Your complexion as well as your
temper is rendered miserable by a dis
ordered liver. By taking Chamber
lain's S'cmach and Liver Tablets yon
caa improve both. Sold by all drug
Nine new silos were unloaded here
Monday. They have become a tann
ing necessity. They were all Cham
pions -and sold by August Hummel to
the following parties: Mike FTtmkett,
two; J. C. Weighler, one; Charles
Volk, one; Sam Robson, one; John
Evans, one; John Kness. one; Leon
ard Gustafson, one; L. Breckenridge,
The annual harvest home picnic,
held at Norwood, was well attended
and the usual good time is the re
port. The forenoon was devoted to
addresses and music, the afternoon
to ball, games and other sports. A
Monmouth band furnished the music
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Burg, Mrs. Susan
Eberhart and Mra. Samantha Eber-
hart of Kansas came Tuesday for a
visit at the home of Jonas Klndelsper
ger. Thursday morning a!t departed
for Kokomo, Ind., to be present at a
Mrs. M. J. Morgan was a passenger
to Galesburg Thursday morning.
Miss Theresa Peters went to Gales
burg Thursday morning for . a short
Miss Anna White returned Wed
nesday from an extended stay in Dav
Born, to Mr. and Mrs,. Will Brown,
William Rausch is erecting r fine
residence and big barn on hi3 farm,
south of Viola. The house and barn
were completely wrecked In a tornado
last spring. The new bouse will be
a model one. 30x30 ground space, and
win be fitted up in the most modern
and up-to-date methods. A water sys-
attended to. The horse which Bri?coe
- was driving became frightened and
Riving a sudden lurch forward threw
the driver to the pavement.
Fight Over Christening. A fi-sht
said to have resulted from a dispute
over the pronunciation of the baby's
name at, a christening Sunday after
noon, caused the arrest of Mflo John
and John Galmvich and, the police
say, caud the fracture of the lower
limb of one Tom Wiiley. The men
were arrested near Ninth and Gaines
streets. W'llley, according to the
police, was taken to his home after
the fracas. Others mlxrd up fh the
affray are being sought by the ofH
ers. John and Galdwich put np $25
each fiir their appearance in police
Held for Forgery. Arraigned be
fore Masilstrcte Itoddew'g in police
court yesterday morning on a charge
of uttering ft forged instrument,
Frank D. Marrhall. arrested by Sher
iff Louis Eckhardt near Eldride, was
bound over to the grand Jury, his
bonds fixed at $500. Marshall is al
leged to have ut'errd a foreod check
tearing the signature of J. J. KuM,
and payable at the German Savings
tank, Eldrldge. The cherk was for
f3r and made out in favor of the dc
fr'ant. It was dated Aug. 30.
To Tax Incomes. A big task !s fac
ing George W. Bird, deputy revenue
collector, and A. P. Brugge, stamp
deputy In the Paveuport postoffice
he United Stp.ics internai r'n'nui.
departnient. They have received a
request from ou's Murphy of Du
buque, revenue collector for the Iowa
district, for information regarding
the number of large incomes in their
territory. This Information the de
partment is gathering for the purpose
of preepnting to congress to be used
In considering the proposed new per
sonal Income tax legislation. Mr.
Brugge Is asked to furnish figures for
Davenport and Scott county, and Mr.
Bird will survey all of the nine conn-
'-' U.ttmer street. Diphtheria was the
cause of death. Funeral services were
held yesterday morning from the fam
ily home, with interment at Fa3r
FAMOUS SCULPTOR TO DESIGN SHAFT
TO PIONEER MOTHER FOR PANAMA FAIR
Professor Justin Washburn has
moved his family here from Carboj
Cliff and will enter upton his duties ds
principal of the McKinley school here
Mrs. Pfeifer and two little daugh
ters of Molina visited relatives here
Charles Clark and family of Twelfth
street are entertaining his son, Edward
Clark, and Miss Bunlin and mother of
The Misses Ada and Pearl Steckman
of Audalusia returned to their home
last Friday afternoon after spending
six weeks here with their sister, Mrs.
Conrad Sthadt of First avenue.
Miss Mildred Dorm an has returned
home from a visit at Colons with her
Last Wednesday evening Mrs. Ulys
sus P.e.l entertained at cards as a
farewell courtesy to Mrs. T. Crawford
and Mrs. James Shannon, Who depart,
soon for California, when the fol
lowing were guests: Mrs. Emmert,
Miss Carrie Evans, Mrs. James Shan
non, Miss Donaggho, Mrs. Clark and
Miss Florence Murdock of Coal Val
ley Is vising at the home of Mrs.
E rr,il Klebe.
D. Hardy Is seriously ill w th neu
ralgia cf the stomach.
Mrs. William Emmert recently had
as a guest. Miss Carrie Evans of Min
neapolis. A new notion store will be erected
on First avenuo and work on the foun
dation has already begun.
Charles Mason Is having a new res
idence erected on Eighth street and
Miss Nellie Phlp arrived home la3t
Thursday from a s'x weeks' visit in
Independence. Icwa, with relatives.
I-ast Wednesday Mrs. T. Craword
ties w ltjiln h's division. These are J was the guest of honor at the home of
diseased me who are w0hk150 every
day, who are not sick exoicii to be i.x
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Who Will Render Them High-Class Service.
Thou, nds of young- and old men can look back at
their liyftoud days or early manhood with a aigh of
Itmorw. ULOOL) and CHRONIC DIBEASKS sap th
very U'e rad vitality of the victim. If you are a vic
tim of any chronic disease, consult us first Don't
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equipped with all -:he latert appliances, including tha 1
X-ray. V hen you treat with us you are not expert exaniyatiay
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Many eaUentt have tola
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Hours Open only on Wednes
days from 1 In the aftereosn un
til f In the evenlcg and Friday
evening 7 to . and Sunday
mornings, to It. During other
days call at Davenport otbee.
V. W. Car. Feeurth aad Brady Streets,
Honrs Every day. t a. m. to I p
B-, except Wednesday. Wednesday
t to 11 only. T'lesday and Sat
urday evenings, 1 to . Closed oa
San FranciDco, Kept. 2. Charles
Grafly, one of the most distinguished
of American sculptors, has be.en se
lected to model a heroic Btatue, the
Pioneer Mother, which Is to be the
central exhibit of the fine arts depart
ment of the Panama-Pacific exposition.
The design will idealize the spirit of
the brave women who first crossed the
plains to the western shores of Ameri
ca. At the close of the exposition the
monument will be presented by the
Pioneer Mother Monument association
of California to the eHy of San Fran
cisco and will probably be installed per
manently in the new civic center of
The sculptor's first conception of
thig memorial is that it will consist of
a heroic group with a central symbolic
figure of a woman, and children, typi
fying the future. The past with all
its wealth of romance and the present
i with its happy fruition from the seeds
planted by the pioneer mother will be
! represented by sculpture panels placed
! as inserts on the pedestal. It is ex-
pected that when completed the de
I sign will be one of the most important
! and artistic pieces of monumental
sculpture in the United States, fulfilling
the Ideals of the monument associa
I tion and of the sculptor as a fitting
memorial to those brave women who,
in early days, endured both privation
and hardship in reaching California
and la the American settlement and
civilization of the state.
For this work the Pioneer Mot.
Monument association has secured one
of the most,, famous of present day
sculptors. Lorado Taft of Chicago tel
egraphed the monument association:
"There is no better sculptor living than
Charles Grafly," and other authorities
agree with him.
Mr. Grafly bears many decorations.
He was born In Philadelphia in 1862,
studied in the schools there and after
ward for many years in Paris undef
the French sculptors Shapu and Dampt.
He is a member and past vice presi
dent of the National Sculpture society
and received his first recompense from
the Paris 6alon in 1891, when he was
given honorable mention. He was
medaled at the Chicago world's fair
In 1893, at the Atlanta exposition In
1895; he received a gold medal at the
Paris exposition In 1900 fend a gold
medal at the Pan-American exposition
at Buffalo in 1901, where h's "Foun
tain of Man" was the most important
sculptural work In the exposition. At
the St. Louis exposition he served on
the international jury and was there
fore ineligible for award, but was given
an important comm'.ss.on, to execute
one. of the few sculptural works retain
ed as a permanent memorial of that
exposition. At the international ex
position held in Buenos Aires in 1910
there were but two grand prizes in
sculpture awarded by the international
jury; one was to August Rodin, the
French master, and. the other to Mr.
tern will be Installed, electric
light throughout, with a gaso'.ine
engine in the basement to furnish
power for pumping water, gener
ating electricity, etc. The barn.
which is 32x56, is already completed.
Mr. and Mrs. Kent and soo, Orton,
spent Sunday in Burgess.
Mr. and Mrs. E. Woods, Margaret
Thomas and Mrs. Mary Evans attend
ed the tent meeting, which is being
held by the Baptist people at Gingles'
corner Sunday afternoon.
Dr. and Mrs. Lipton attended camp
meeting at Tindall's grore Sunday af
ternoon and evening.
John Winn came Tuesday evening
from Hammond, Ind., to spend a few
days with his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Dr. and Mrs. Clanahan left Monday
evening for Burlington. Tuesday they
attended the opening of the Keokuk
dam, returning home by auto Wed
Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Briggs, Mrs. H.
C. Drake and Edward Chilson. William
Beachler, Dan W. Sedwiek, Phillip T.
Bridger, John Kilmel, S. C. Fugate and
W. L. B. Jenkinson were passengers
to New Windsor Wednesday morning
to attend the soldiers' reunion.
Miss Margaret Bradford, who is at
tending business college at Galesburg,
is a guest at the home of Dr. Walter
Miles. Miss Effie Boyd of Streator,
who 'has been visiting at their home
also, returned fo her home Wednesday
R. W. Parmer disposed of his stock
of restaurant goods to W. Corsepuis
of Donnan Junction, Iowa, who came
last week and took possession at once.
Mr. Corsepuis owns the building and
expects to continue the restaurant
at the same stand.
W. F. White of Galesburg visited
over Monday night at the home of
Dr. G. C. Lipton.
Mrs. Susie Forsythe and daughter,
Ida, and Hattie Palmer spent Sunday j
in Monmouth with Mrs. H. M. Krien j
and family. !
Mrs. Ida Pinkerton of Aledo visited i
from Thursday until Sunday with her
brother, A. C. Barr, and family at '
the Hotel VIoletta. i
K. M. Saunders visited in Aledo
wit hrelatives over Sunday. Mrs. Saun
ders, who has been visiting for the
past three weeks in Aledo, Rock Is
land and other cities, returned home
last Thursday morning.
Mrs. John G. Zern and Miss Hyrel
Zern were guests of friends in Gales
burg and Bushnell the fore part of
Lester and Carl Stoner departed
Wednesday evening for Kansas City
to boy cattle.
Rev. T. G. Marrow of Savannah, 111.,
arrived here Wednesday to attend
chatauqua and visit with friends. He
concluded his visit Saturday and left
for Burlington, Iowa, where he will
visit at his daughter's home, before
returning to his home.
H. I. Smith and family of Keiths
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Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Scott of Aledo
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Davenport came Wednesday morning ;
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mother, Mrs. Martha Misner.
Mr. and Mrs. James Patterson and
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brother, Hugh McWhirter and family,
Miss Verl Terrey returned home
Wednesday evening from a two weeks' i
visit with Miss Bessie Winn at Cham
Miss Alice Morris is at home for a
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. John G. Zern went to Rock Island
Friday afternoon and met his sons,
Shelton and Richard, who were re
turning from a several weeks' visit
with their grandparents at Foxboro,
Wis. Miss Hyrel Zern accompanied
them home and will make a visit of
some length here at her brother's
Harry Reuben returned home to
Rock Island Monday, after a week's
visit at the home of his uncle, A. Win
stein. Mr. and Mrs. John Kaveny departed
Tuesday evening on a trip to Kansas
City, Omaha and Creston, Iowa, where
they will visit with relatives at each
of these places. ,
Mr. Hill of Kewanee came Wed
nesday evening for a short visit with
Mrs. Martha Mizner, who died
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was born in Mercer County, Pa.,
March 18, 1833. In 1850 she
was married to James Spears of
Ohio and to them were born two
children, Mrs. Lucinda Freeman,
deceased, and Mrs. Mary Hunting of
Preemption. In 1854 she came to Rock
Island, where she followed the trade
of dressmaking till 1857, when she was
married to Andrew Mizner. To them
were born nine children, four of vhom
with their father have died. Tha liv
ing are Mrs. Rose Foster and Mrs.
Emaline Van:;andt of Pennsylvania,
Mitchell Miimer of Aledo, Mrs. Kate
Brown of Oklahoma, and William Mis
ner of Viola, who with 32 grandchil
dren, 45 great-grandchildren and one
great-great-grandchild, are left to
mourn, she was converted in 1860
at Rock Island and has been a faith
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came to Viola, where she Joined the
Methodist church. The funeral serv
ices were held Wednesday morning
from the M. E. church, conducted by
ner pastor, Rev. B. R. Nesbit Inter
ment was in Viola cemetery.
Arthur Terrey came home Thursday
evening rrom his visit of a week In
Monmouth, wtlh relatives. Robert
Terrey and Harry Bailey went to
Aledo Wednesday evening to visit
their aunts and attend the circus
Mrs. J. R. Reynolds, who has been
very in for the past two weeks, is
not improved. Her physician has ad-
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Mrs. G. S. Whan of Rock Island
Is a guest of her sister, Mrs. Bella
Miss Hazel Lawless of Cuba came
Friday to visit her sistyr, Mrs. aLena
Lawless and family.
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