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THIS ROCF ISTjAND ARGUS TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER" 16, 1913.
LIH LESS BODY
BY A NEIGHBOR
Harry Silverman Finds Re
mains of Morris Welsh in
Back Yard at Home.
INQUEST BY THE CORONER
Verdict Returned Death Was Due to
Heart Trouble Had Fallen
Over Low Wire.
Morris WYlfh. aged 37, machinist
employed ;,t the Rook Island arsenal,
fo'jnj k-ad this morning about
1:30 In th- back yard at the home cf
Ms par-r.rs. Mr. and Mrs. Morris
f fh. Sr.. 171 r Seventh avenue. The
' was dc-overed by Harry Silver
tif xt Oocr neighbor. Medical aid
R'nnrr.im'd. but nohing could be
" for t:.e young man. life being ex
tincfV IIRAKI) GROAKIXK.
When Sr, Silverman, whi is employ
ed in Davetoort. went by the Wtlsh
liome, lie thought he heard a groan.
He listened, and not nearing it again,
went to his residence and retired. The
memory of the sound still lingered wib
him and he could not sleep. He de
cided to Investigate, and walked to
the rear of the Welsh propiarty and
there found the body. He Immediate
ly aroused relatives and called medi
cal assistance, but the physician sta'ed
that life had been extinct for some
An inquest was held this morning at
the Wheelan undertaking parlors, con
ducted by Coroner R. C. J. Meyer.
The Jury returned a verdict of dea-h
from an attack of heart failure, super
induced by rheumatism. Evidence was
produced to show that the young man
had suffered from both ailments. It
is thought that Mr. Welsh, In coming
home down the a'ley, 'ripped over a
low wire fence and fell, and was never
able to more from the position.
BORN IX IOWA.
The death cf Mr. Welsh is the fourth
in the last nine months in the Welsh
family. Thomas, a brother: Anna, a
sister, and a niece all passed away in
this short period. Deceased was born
Feb. 22. 1S76, In Johnson county, Iowa.
Twenty years ago the family moved
to hls city. Besides the parents,
there survive two sisters, Mrs. Alice
Barry, Rock Island, and Mrs. J. T.
Stewart, Moline. Funeral services will
! be held Thur6daj morning at 9 o'clock
j at the Sacred Heart church, Rev. J. F.
Lockney officiating. Interment will te
made in Calvary cemetery.
"Can be depended upon" la an ex
pression we all like to hear, and when
it Is used In connection with Cham
berlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea
Remedy it means that It never fails
to cure diarrhoea, dysentery or bowel
complaints. It is pleasant to take and
equally valuable for children and
adults. Sold by all druggists. (Adv.)
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The Big Quality Store
Sale of Waists
Three Stirring Bargains at Nearly
One of those pieces of good fortune that are especially time
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We have found a man that Wats any woman we know at
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planner cuts to advantage; buys materials to advantage
and sells us his season's overpUs most decidedly cheap. Hence
we are offering these New Fall Waists at almost HALF PRICE.
Waists in white, black or colors. Materials: batistes, percale a
and soisette; made with Fretch cuffi and collars, g"
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Black silk Waists with gray stripes, with black silk tt a
cuffs and Dutch collars, regular $1.98 Jk
values J. S
A final clearance of voile, lawn, flaxon and batiste Waists, high collars and
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daintily trimmed with hand embroidery and insertions, V4
values 13.50 and 2.50 all will be old for L Aw
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showing a varied
collection of every
thing that's new ,n
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tailored and trim
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Made in cutaway,
blouse and military
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trimming of velvet
collar and vest ef
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give choice of serge
bedford cord, wool
cheiot, cut veliur,
basket weaves in all
the new shades end
staple colors at
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slashed prices regardless of cost to do so We WILL do the Greatest Furniture Business reg;
less of cost This determination means your pain for we have cut prices so low that one
scarcely believe the good news, but Read!
Beautiful style, all oak, has
large French plate mirror;
extra special;-15 (TO Kfl
day sale price . . 0wU
Handsome quarter - sawed
oak, large French mirror
Solid quarter-sawed oak,
massive design, 15 day
price . , $9.50
Handsome all quarter-sawed
oak, 48 inches long, large
French plate mirror, 15 day
price . $13.75
Quarter-sawed oak, very
sale price .... .y I JU
Solid oak; has large plate
Solid oak 15 CD KH
day sale price . . . 4)0. JU
Oak 'or mahogany, 15 day
price . , $1.50
White wood tops, 15 day
price . , $1.65
Special 15 day sale prices
Tills Brass Bed
rS Brass Bed
P$-nn, i 1 1
' ill mT-1 I i jjLis
Vernis Ifktin Beds
Two-inch posts, 15 day
sa!e CG Rfl
price 4)0. OU
Full size satin
! finish. strnnu
5 Mi and riurahle.
1 M . . 1 t
wnne tney lasx,
Post Brass Bed Reg
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sa!e $1K on
Exactly like Cut.
back, full box
oak seat, 15
day sale A Cf
price . . I . J U
15 day ntn
(Similar to Cut).
Solid oak; has
IER Solid oak, 5
15 day &l
sale price 5
This Sewing Rocker
Co-Ooerative htore Co. In
Kitchen Cabinet $27.50
$1 Down. $1 per Week
Small Kitchen Cabinets
2 bins, 2 drawers, large molding board,
A wonderful 15 day bar QA
rain, at onlv I 90.vl
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Can be instantly made into
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sale price ...... OZ.UU
Heavy ticking, special 15
day sale in
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All wool, 15 day
15 day sale f4 Qft
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One Lot of
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With spring rollers, all com
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GREAT RUG SALE!
Large room sized rugs, 12x
8-8, tapestry brus- p "7C
sels, sale price. . . Oi J
9x12 velvet rug, floral and
oriental patterns, suitable for
any room, CI C Cfl
sale price J) I D.UU
Axminster rugs, 9x12, not
seconds or damaged goods,
but the very best Axmin
sters made while they last,
sale price . . . . SI 8.50
Wilton velvet rug, 9x12 size,
very handsome patterns,
Most prominent In
tne new Coat Btyles '
is . the change of !
lii.es the emall
nesfi about the ,
knees, the deep cut- i
aw&ys in the front I
and the low belted !
backs. Others are!
made with revers
and may be button
ed up close to the
neck giving the mil
with a smart throat
of plush or fur, con
trasting well with a
collar of the same.
The series of meetings at the Bap
tist church will continue through this
week and next Sunday.
William Beaumont and family
moved to the village last Thursday
and are living in Charles Wenk's
house on Apple street.
Mrs. William Schult of Buffalo vis
ited her sisters here Thursday' after
noon. John Stuart, son of Mr. and Mrs.
William Stuart, is quite sick with ty
Mr. and Mrs. Wells Strohmeier and
daughter, June, of Davenport, spent
several days last week visiting at
the home of Mr. Strohmeier's parents.
Mrs. Huffman and daughter, Annie,
of Davenport, visited from Friday till
Sunday at the home of Mrs. Rosie.
Rev. W. H.. Parker of Erie, who
assisted at the meeting here last week,
returned home Friday.
Mrs. Blanch Birnstihl of Rock Is
land visited the last of the week with
her parents. Mr. and Mrs. S. Ruby.
Mrs. George Saunders and son of
Rock Island visited from Friday till
Sunday at the home of Rev. and Mrs.
Mrs. Ray Parmenter and daughter,
Ruth, . of Gilman, Iowa, are visiting
at the home of Mrs. Parmenter's par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Leeman.
Mrs. S. A. Leeman visited last week
at Dewitt, Iowa, with her daughter,
Mrs. M. Myers, and attended the fair.
Tri-Cities Leading Quality Department Store
VOUNG & M cC OMBS
Co-Operative Store Co-LTA V-In Rock Island
Pierre, S. D. C. H. Burke, repub
lican whip of the house of representa
tives, decided on account of ill health
not to seek reelection. Attorney Gen
eral Royal Johnson at once announced
himself as a candidate for Mr. Burke's
Don't waste your money buying plas
ters when you can get a bottle of
Chamberlain's Liniment for 25 cents.
A piece cf flannel dampened with this
liniment is superior to any plaster
for lame back, pains in the side and
chest, and much cheaper. Sold by all
ALDERMAN TO FILL
OFFICE OF GAYNOR
As a member and vice chairman he
has served on many important com
mittees. Kline attended private and public
schools at Andover and Newton, N.
J. In 1S77 he entered the employ of
W. C. I'eet & Co., New York City,
where he continued until 1886. He
was nominated in 190 for sheriff of
Kings county on the republican ticket.
Though defeated he ran about 5.00J
votes ahead of the head of the ticket.
In the following year he was elected
to represent the Fitty-first district in
the board of aldermen for Uie term
of 1004-05. He was returned for 1906
07. . His party again nominated him
for the succeeding term, but he was
On Jan. 1, 1S08, he was appointed
assistant appraiser of merchandise for
the port of New York by President
Roosevelt, an office which he held until
his resignation, July 1, 1911.
In November, 1911, he was again
elected to represent the Fifty-first al
dermanic district for the term of 1912
13. He was elected vice chairman
by the fusion members.
Kline has acted as mayor pro tem
on different occasions since Mitchell's
Adolph L. Kline.
New York, Sept 16. Adolph L.
Kline, who became mayor of New
York on the death o"f Mayor Gaynor,
and will so act until Jan. 1, is a re
publican. He is 55 and a native of
New Jersey. '
Before Gaynor's death Kline was
an -lderman and represented the
Fifty-first district in Brooklyn. He
became president of the board of alder
men in July last, automatically suc
ceeding John Purroy Mitchell, who,
succeeding William Loeb, became collector-
of the port of New York by
appointment of President Wilson.
Kline was rice chairman of the
aldermanic board from Jan. 1, 1912,
until his succession to the presidency.
Dr. W. L. Eddy is ill at his home in
Mr. J. W. Waerrnann of St. Loul3,
who has been spending the past two
weeks at the home of her Bister, Mrs.
G. A. Wiggins, returned to her home
Miss E. J. Kuehl returned home
F all Ovenine
Sept, 16, 17, 18
and 19. ;
last week from a trip through the
A large number of students from
Milan are attending the Rock Island
Mrs. Lena Buryanck of Taylor Ridge
spent Sunday in Milan.
Miss Margaret Carnaghan attended
the presbytery in Coal Valley Wednes
day. Mrs. Howard Hodge of Detroit,
Michigan, called on Milan friends
The many friends of Miss Edna
Fischer are glad to hear that she is
improving so rapidly from her recent
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Rhoardarmer
and children of Orion spent Saturday
with relatives in Milan.
W. F. Nichols has employed John
Botter to continue the barber busi
ness in his stead. Mr. Nichols will
devote his entire time to 'jewelry re
Ben Haige is very III and was taken
to St. Anthony's hospital, Wednesday.
Sam Christy and daughter Edna re
turned to thnir home in Des Moines,
Iowa, last week after an extended
visit at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Charles Christy of Vandruffs island.
Glen Adams returned to his home in
Iowa City fter a week's visit with his
aunts. Mrs. Robert McConnell and
Mrs. Belle Ferns.
Rev. Milton G. Hanna of Seaton was
a Milan caller on Wednesday.
Patrick Dowling of Chicago spent
a few days last week w ith his sister-in-law,
Mi38 Ella Gannon of Vandruffs
Mr. and 'Mrs. W. A. Willits, and to
attend the fair.
Fred Thornhill returned Saturday
night from a business trip to Minot,
North Dakota. .,
Mrs. Harvey Fi6her was in Aledo
Monday visiting her daughter, Mr.
Charlie Noble. .
Miss Nellie Johnson went to Aledo
Monday to spend a few days with her
siKter, Mrs. Ralph Thede.
Stanley and Doris Crapnell came
the last of the week for a visit with
relatives at this place.
Mr. and Mrs. Dick Edgar came Sun
day afternoon from Cedar Raplda for
a week's visit with relatives.
Virgil Bear suffered a badly broken
and bruised arm from the kick of, a
horse Saturday evening.
Mrs. Bob Willits visited with her
mother in Alexis Sunday.
William Crapnell of Long Beach,
Cal., is here for an extended viglt
with friends. ij
Mr. and Mrs. Merideth Noble re
turned from Larned, Kas., Friday, far
a visit with home folks and to attend
Mercer county fair. ; I
Miss Nora Ripan and Miss Emmfi
Johnson were shoppers in Aledo Sat
urday. James Crane and son Hayes werf
passengers to Galesburg MondajL
Hayes remained to attend college an
his father went on to Chattanooga,
Mrs. John McGarry and Mrs. George
Cunningham were in Davenport on
Mis3 Margaret Haley went to Gales
burg . Monday to attend school at
Knox college. Her father accompanied
her and spent the day in the city.
Miss Bernice Robinson and Violet
Vance were visitors in Aledo Satur
Mrs. Msrmon A rn1rf r lr -"--
"Coin" Harvey for Congress. S
Bentonville, Ark., Sept. 16. W. if.
(Coin) Harvey of free silver financial
school and good roads fame, today air
nounced his candidacy for congress.
For good work in BuildJ
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