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THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS. FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 2G, 1913.
DAY IN DAVENPORT
eld. died at 6:30 o'clock yesterday
morning at the home of Adolph Lep
per. 123 X Howell Etreet, after an iU-
! ness of over a year's duration. De
i ceased was born in Copenhagen, Den-
Earnctt Murder Charge. The trial J without coats or hats. They were ; mark. March 9. 1869, where Bhe grew
of Winifred Harnett, charged with brought to Dr. D. J. Chinn's office in ! up and where she was married to Carl
murder in the first degree in the dpath I Beitcndorf by private parties, and ! Eueislaus. who preceded her in death
of her husband, George Barnett, who ' later sent to Davenport in care of the i jq years ago. The couple came to
was shot and killed in his room May 1, constable. I America in 1890, and she has resided
will probably begin early next wek. o
The colored woman, through her at-. Divorce Petitions. P. A. Hall,
torney, W. M. Chamberlain, when ar- through his attorney, J. A. Hanley,
ralgned last week entered a plea of not
guilty to the charge. It is not known
along what lines Cue defense will be
in Davenport ever since, mere are
no Immediate survivors. Funeral
services will be he'.d at 2 o'clock to-
filed a petition of suit for divorce 'crrow rterncon frcm the late home,
against nis wne, urace tian ueser-iw,-h interroent in Fairmount ceme-
tion is the allegation. The Halls were '
conducted. It may be attempted to married at St. Paul, Minn., Jan. IS,
prove, a theory of self defense. Bar
nett, it will be remembered, was found
dead in his room. Eleventh and Le-a
Claire streets, about midnight May 1.
Pistol shots had been heard by other
negroes living in the house. A woman
is alleged to have ben seen climbing
from the porch to the ground shortly
after the shots were heard. Mr?.. Bar
nett was placed under arrest the fol
lowing day. The state claims to have
a strong case against the woman.
Feeney May Recover. Raymond
Feeney, 1201 Farnam etreet, who sus
tained a fracture of the skull last Sat
urday, is reported as being much bet
ter. An operation was performed by
Dr. D. J. McCarthy Tuesday, a piece of
the skull being removed to relieve!
pressure on the brain. The patient re
gained consciousneps Wednesday even
ing, and has been resting well since.
His condition is highly encouraging.
Theatre Nearing Completion Work
on the new vaudeville theatre at Third
and Ripley streets is progressing rap
idly and the "contractors have prom
ised that the building will be com
pleted not later than Nov. 1. There is
yet a great amount of work to be done
and to complete this by the 1st it will
undoubtedly be necessary to work a
night shift and accordingly arrange
ments are being made for the instal
lation of arc lights throughout the
building. With these in operation
work will go on each hour of the 24
'-and rapid progress will be made. The
plans of Manager Blanchard call for
Suit for divorce was filed yesterday
by Grace Culbert against Samuel Cul
hert. The rtptition filed bv Atfnrner
T A VIqtiIav q T 1 o fr o that tha Actan. ! J. M. Shingledecker,
dant'is addicted to the use of Intoxl-j Alec Carnahan returned Monday
cants. The Culberts were married rom Chattanooga where they attended
H. J. Fisher
here July 1, 1890.
Licensed to Wed. Marriage licenses
were issued to George John Henry
Jager and Pearl Etta Paull, Davenport,
and to Henry E. Brousselot, Buena
Vista, la., and Hatlie Olson, Calamus,
Obituary Record. Infantile partly
sis, the dread disease, which has been
raging in Iowa for several months,
was the cause of the death of little
Hazel Dunsworth. 2-year-cld daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Orville Dunsworth,
who died at 9:2V o'clock Wednesday
night at the family home, 330 West.
Fifth street. The baby had ben suf
fering from the malady, which has
caured the death of so many little
cnes in the city and state during the
past few years, for several weeks.
The baby was born Oct. 13, 1910, in
Moline, 111. The family camo here a
short time ago. Funeral services
were held at 3 o'clock yesterday after
noon from the home with interment
in St. Marguerite's cemetery.
Mrs. Anna M. McClelland, wiw of
the late T. W. McClelland, died at
2:30 o'clock yesterday afternoon at
'he family home, 1616 Terrace avenue
Mrs. August Relander went to Rey
nolds Monday to attend tLe funeral of
her cousin, Harry Johnson.
Mrs. Hattie Spence of Marshalltown,
la., is visiting this week with W. T.
Mrs. Charles Aubrey has been sick
Mr. and Mrs. Miles Bridgford left
Tuesday evening for a ten days' visit
at different points in Nebraska.
Mr. and Mrs. William Kiddoo and
Mr. and Mrs. Scott Kiddoo are making
an extended visit with friends in Mer
Miss Marie Small came home Sat
urday from Aledo where she had been
playing at the picture show.'
Miss Cora Irwin returned to her
school work near Reynolds Sunday
evening after spending a vacation dur
ing fair week with home folks.
Rev. O. O. Jones was in Galesburg
attending conference last week.
Miss Edna Munsey returned from
Aledo Saturday after a few days' visit
in that city.
Mr. and Mrs. John Becker of Prince
ton visited the last of the week with
Mrs. Becker's parents, J. M. Rader.
They made the trip in their car.
Mrs. Haley was a business caller in
YALE DEPENDS ON CAPTAIN KETCHAM AND
TRAINER MACH FOR GRIDIRON VICTORIES
the opening of his new vaudevills t efler an illness extending over several
theatre Jo the public Dec. 1, and it is
therefore necessary that the contrac
tors complete their work at the earliost
Attempted Burglary A report was
made to the police yesterday of an
unsuccessful attempt to burglarize a
barber shop at 1903 Rockingham ro-id
-' Wednesday. Tha would-be thief had
" : opened a scree n and was about to
'-. enter the place when he was frighten
' ted way by neighbors.
Woman Ad Speaker, One woman
" will speak at the state convention o?
Ad men here next month. She will be
Dr. Mabel Williams, assistant profes
sor in the cieixirtmrnt cf psychology
at the University of Iowa.
years. She was over 75 years of age.
Deceased was born Nov. 2, 1838, in
Philadelphia, Pa., and came west
when a girl. On June 3, 1807. she was
united in marriage, with the late T.
W. McClelland, who passed away i
the year 1902. Surviving are two
tons, Ceorge R. and WilEon McClcV
Word has been received here tell
ing of the death of Mrs. Bertha Boy-
er, a former resident of this county,
occurred recently Et her home in
Farniington. Iowa, after a long ill
ness. She was 29 years old. Mrs.
Boyer, whose maiden name was War
ner, was born in Walcott, Iowa Nov.
26, 1883. and lived there during her
early life. She is survived by her
husband and one infant son. She is
1 Av v.
' V . Jfr Ax- .
Trainer Mach (left) and Captain Ketchanu
r,u.- a i . u tf..ialso survived by her mother, Mrs.
onlv an hour s lihcrtv durinsr whlrh ! Sophia Warner of Stockton, Iowa, one
iin, thev u.iikpti frnm Hi. i imhan'a : brother, Rudolph WariTer. also cfi
home to Bi-ttendorf, Robert Murray j S'ockton. and four sisters. Mrs. Emma
and Harold SkinnrT. twn ninfiu-nvs Detlefs of Carthage, III., Mrs. Kulu
were captured at Bettendorf and re
turned to the home in the care of Con
stable Chinn. Hhe boys left the insti
. 'tution here at 7 o'clock yesterday,
after eating their breakfast They
ware on their way to Clinton, where
Gross and Mrs. Anna Thomp?;N ot
New Haven, Conn., Sept. 26. Al
though Harvard begins the football
season of 1913 with what appears to
be a great advantage over the other
eastern universities, followers of the
blue look forward to the year with
I considerable optimism. Harvard now
Davenport, and Mrs. Rosa Thurman of j holds the championship and other ma
Wi.lets Station, Iowa. Funeral serv
ieg were held from the late home,
with interment in the Farmington
ctmeterv under the auspices of the
Murray has relatives. This is their Uebekaii lodge and the Odd Fellows. coaching system. But in spue or all
first offense. Both of the lads were Mrs. l.udovica Bugislaus, 44 years j U'- El looks to the unquestioned
terial left over from last year, includ
ing older and heavier veterans. It has
some new men who are going strong.
Also an experienced and progressive
That Made Mil
Read what two eminent scien
tists have to, say about light
and its effect on beer in light
'In recent years the observation has been made
that the rays of sunlight effect a chemical
change in beer. For this reason the use of
beer bottles blown from colorless glass is
diminishing, bottles blown from colored glass
being chosen ; the amber colored bottles, which,
when held towards the light, show the color of
light beer, are particularly to be recommended."
Extract from Die Praxis tier DierbraukunJt. Published by G. El
Habkh. 1683 Pa8e 786.
"It appears that chemical changes are produced
in the beer, which attains an exceedingly
unpleasant taste and a disagreeable odor."
Extract from iMtert en Brewing (Vol. 3) published by Hantke'a
Brewer' School an4 yaboratoric. Dr. G. Thevenot.
Schlitz, when poured into your
glass, is wholesome and pure
as a crystal spring.
See that crown or cork is branded "Schlitz.
Here, Madam, Is a Whole
some Food Product!
This Oleomargarine Marigold is wholesome and pure. More
than a million persons use it daily. They spread it on bread. They
use it for cooking. Thus they save 10c to 20c a pound.
strength of this year's team to over
balance all of Harvard's apparent ad
Fortunately for Yale there is no
longer a coaching problem, for prob-'
ably no man has assumed the posi-!
tion of head coach with more solid
support behind him than Howard
Jones. Other sources of strength arej
l aptain tveicnam, prooatny tne blue s
ablest leader in five years, and Trainer
Mach. It is significant, too, that older
heads will handle the team this yei?
than has been the case recently, aud
that no man who has ever worn the
"Y" will be without welcome at Yale
Yale, Harvard and Princeton will
as usual be the big contenders for
championship honors. Each of the
three meets Holy Cross thjs season
and by these games some line may
be obtained by the experts on the rel
ative merits of the three old rivals.
The Elis will tackle the Worcester col
legians Saturday. Harvard will not
meet Holy Cross until Oct. 18 and
Princeton will play the same team
Nov. 1, the Saturday before the game
Yale and Harvard will both meet .
Brown end the University of Maine.
They will play Maine early in the sea
son. Harvard opening its campaign
against the New England team and the
blue playing that aggregation a week
from Saturday. Yale will play Brown
on Nov. 7, the Saturday before the
Princeton game, and white Yale is
I playing Princeton, Harvard will take
' on the Providence eleven. The Har
. vard-Brown game is scheduled for the
! Saturday before tht crimson meets
; the blue. These games, if Brown is
j up to the form- it has displayed on the
j gridiron in the laBt few years, will
be hard tryouts for the blue end crini-
PHone West 14 -.
Carse & Ohlweiler Co.
425-431 Eleventh St.
fa f 0
Sterling, from Saturday till Tuesday. ' number of her friends Thursday even
j son before their big games.
This modem food is made in our huge chumeries under extremely sanitary
conditions, bach pound is Uovcmment inspected and wrapped
in 0 rlrrrr:, clean carton. You must try this food, madam for
its goodness and economy. Ask your dealer
today for Marigold and take no substitute.
Sold by the best dealers everywhere.
An .Uherat. cook book containing min
famous rteipei and explaining the usu o.
Hix;old cent rr. Writ, ior it-
Morris & Co.
m- Chicago, U. S. A.
Mr. and Mtb. Richard O. Donne:i of
Beardstown visited a few days this
week at the W. B. Keene home.
Mrs. A. D. Cox and children arrived
heme Sunday from a three weeks' visit
in the southern part of the state.
Mr. and Mrs. John AllEbrow and Mr.
and Mrs. Thomas Baff and family
Epent Saturday night and Sunday at
the home of David Schafer and fam
ily near Osborne.
Mr. and Mrs. George Norton and
family of Silvis spent Sunday here at
the home of Philip Pierce and family.
Mrs. Fred Lyons viewed Monday in
East Moline with Mrs. Maury Saun
i Mrs. G. A. Baxter and son of Kirk
! wood returned home Monday after
! spending a few days here with the
family of her sister, Mrs. P. P. Shep
perd. Miss Pearl Rose has returned to her
home in Moline after several wee'.
visit here with relatives.
Mrs. W. M. Driggs spent Wednes
day in Moline at the home of her
daughter, Mrs. Joseph Bradford.
Master Reunie Warren entertained
a few of his friends last Saturday at a
party in honor of his birthday anni
versary. Miss Bloomberg of Moliae visited
Tuesday with Miss Ed Axelson at this
Mrs. Coder of Hampton was a Wat-
er'cwn visitor Wednesday.
Rev. G. R. Cady of Clinton was a
Watertown caller Wednesday.
The Baptist Ladies' Aid society wiil
serve a chicken pie supper Wednesday
Oct. 1 in the church basement.
Fred Chidester has resigned his po
sition at the Pearsall store and is now
employed at the Watertown hospital.
Mr. Martha Odeil of Hampton is
here visiting her sister, Mrs. Ann:e
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Ailen have re-
turnad from an extended visit witn
relatives in the southern part of the
Kenne'h AUsbrow is ill with stom
Mrs. Fred Graham and children of
Davenport were Watertown visitors
Arthur AHsnrow of Rock Island wa3
a visitor Tuesday at the horns of Mrs.
Mr. acl Mrs. Henry Allen are en
tertaining friends from the sou'hern
part of the state.
Mrs. E. K. Ausbrook was in Moline
ing at her home south or town.
Lee Markey of Marshalltowo, Iowa,
has been visiting in this vicinity.
Mr,, and Mrs. Thomas Conway are
visiting in Idaho and Montana.
Mr. and Mrs. E. G. Freytag spent
Sunday in Rdck Island.
Miss I'luma Haefele entertained a
number of her friends Friday evening.
Mrs. Ella Welch has gone to Indiana
where she is visiting relatives.
R. P. Wait returned home Monday
from lleame, Sask., where he had been
to look after his farms. He reports
that Canada has a very large crop of
small grain this year.
Mr. and Mrs. M. Snhoonmaker and
Miss Lura have returned heme from a
three weeks' visit in Colfax, Iowa.
Mrs. Grace Davis and daughter, Miss
Marguerite, were in the triclties Wed
nesday. A daughter was born to Mr. and
Mrs. L. R. Frank last week.
Miss Ruth Parks visited relatives
in Aledo last week.
Miss Pearle Fassett has been visit
ing relatives near Orion and Andover.
Honor Convicts Fight Fire.
Dixon, III., Sept. 26. Forty-five con
victs working on the roads at Grand
Detour without guard, being placed
on their honor not to try to escape,
made a run of a mile today and check
ed a fire on the farm of Charles John
son that threatened to spread. A barn
was destroyed but the conv'cts saved
most of the live stock and machinery.
Everyone returned to camp when the
fire was out.
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Miss Cora Liedtko of Rock Island
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few days last week.
A number of young people from
Reynolds attended the sociable at the
Centennial school house east of town
Monday evening. j
ii:e Keynoia school was closed
j Thursday and Friday because of the
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