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THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS. SATURDAY.-' SEPTEMBER 27. 1913.
to Battle Once More for Worlds Championship
Steals Pal'a Shoes- After being re-!
leased from jail a few days ago, Ellis
Gaioey secured bachelor apartments
in' a bam which Martin Demp&ey had
also claimed as home. The, 'two oc
cupied adjoining stalls. . Thursday
afternoon Dempsey cam to the police
station barefooted and claimed he was
robbed of $2 and a pair of shoes, the
latter remored from his feet while tak
ing his afternoon siesta in the stable.
He named Gainey as the guilty party.
Gainey was placed under arrest last
night and is held on a charge of lar
ceny from the person, towlt: One pair
of shoes and $2. the property of Demp-
Officer Run Down, Traffic Officer
Estes, stationed at Third and Brady
streets, narrowly escaped serious in
Jury when he was nearly run down by
an automobile drlyen by Henry Krum
mel, a farmer liring near Bennett,
lowa, at 2:30 o'clock yeFterday after
noon. Krummel was driving on the
wrong side of the street. In an at
tempt to dodge the speeding machine
the officer was almoBt run down
Krummel failed to stop when told to.
Estes climbed on the running board
and placed the man under arrest. He
furnished bond for his appearance in
Injured Man Recovering. Clarence
Keesler, the eBttendorf young man
who was Injured at the Bettendorf
plant Wednesday, is making good
progress at Mercy hospital. He was
not hurt by one of the cranes, as has
been stated, but was caught between
the couplers of two cars, when
. switch engine entered the big erect
ing shop to draw out a train of com
pleted cars. When the engine enters
a whistle commences to blow and con
tinues until all danger to the employes
is over, and most of them move to
safety aonea at once. Keesler failed
. to regard the warning signal and was
pinched between two of the cars as
they were bumped together.
Gummert Home Burglarized. The
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t'wiic ui r. c. uuiiiiiirri, oi6 narrison
street, was entered Thursday night by
burglars who secured a necklace, val
ued at $8, and $6 in ca?h. The rob
bery occurred about 2 o'clock. Mr.
Gummert was awakened by the thieves
as they departed but by the time he
got down stairs they were out of sight.
They had made thtir entrance and ex
it through a side window.
Damage Case In Court. Tbe case of
the Davenport Auto Truck company
against the Tri-Cky Railway company
for $700 alleged damages caused by a
' collision between an auto truck and a
: street cars some time ego. is being
- heard before a jury in the district
Lack of Vaccine. With the supply
: of cholera serum practically exhaust
" ed. many hogs throughout the county
are dying daily. .No serum has yet
been secured for the herd of W. F.
raul north of Argo. where many of
" the animals In a herd of over 100 are
Discuaa Organization. The newly
elected executive committee of the
c rop 1 ague met at the Commercial I
club at noon today to discuss organ
ization plans for the coming year. Fol-'
. lowing the meeting G. R. Bliss and A. i
t F. Dawson leave for Princeton to at-1
tend the colt show th-re. Mr. Bliss is I
. scheduled to visit the schools of Cle-
ona and Liberty township to carry on
'r the Good Seed Corn campaign.
Divorce Suit. Alleging desertion
since Sept. 20. 1911. J. Carl Dockweiler
filed yesterday suit for divorce against
j his wife, Alvina Dockweiler. They
' were married in Davenport. Nov. 12,
1904. Sharon & Hlggins are attorneys
for the plaintiff.
Bishop Escapes Hay Fever. R.
Rev. James Davis, D. D., bishop of the
Davenport diocese, who has been ab
sent for a month In an endeavor to
, escape the ill effects of an annual in
fliction of the great American epi
demic, hay fever, returned home
Wednesday evening. The bishop is
in excellent health. He has spent the
last few weeks in northern Michigan,
sojourning the greater part of the
time at Mackinac. Before his return
" he visited the springs at Mt. C'.emens,
the famous Michigan resort, and there
njoyed the society of his eminence,
" Cardinal Farley of New York, who is
' recuperating from his many arduous
' labors. During his absence, he met a
' number of other distinguished church
men and laymen. Many of our clergy
men spend their brief vacations under
the health regimen prescribed as part
of the rest cure which makes Mt.
Flrat School Convention. The first
fcchool convention under the new
state law to be held in Scott county,
convened this artcrnoon at 2 o'clock
at the court house. The presidents of
the various county school boards de
cided what, salary the assistant county
auperintendent of schools shall r-
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ceive. Other matters of interest to Jchn Sutherland, master of ceremon
the county schcols were taken up. ! ies, end J. LeRoy Vosburg, secretary
o i The presentation was made by W. N.
Bragg, a pasi monarch of the organization.
Last Park Concert. The last
lie park oncert of the season w'ill be
given tomorrow afteriioon at Kejer
very park by Otto's Concert band. The
rrogr&m wiU commence at 3 o'clock.
Services at German Trinity. Sun
day the annual mission festival will
be observed by Trinity German Luth
eran church. Fifth and Myrtle streets.
Rev. O. Horn, the pastor, announces j
that there will be special services at j addition, East Moline; 1,700
the church, to be conducted in Ger
man in the morning and afternoon,
and in English in the evening.
! REALTY CHANGES u
Liliian E. Parsons to William H.
Ney, lot 25. block 7, Acme addition,
Camiel Martens to Cyriel Van Holle
beke. lot 5, block 127, New Shops
The Story Hour. The first story
hour of this season was held at the
public library this afternoon at 2
o'clock. Miss Marie Kelly, who has
taken a special course in story telling
at the University of California this
summer, begun series of Indian
Walter Rosene and wife to August
Sondholm, lots 1 to 10. block 17 and
IS, W. Marshall's addition, Cordova,
section 36-20-1 east; $1.
M. E. Ochs to John E. Nelson, lot
4 and east one-half, lot 5, Alday's
Third addition, Moline; $440.
Ann Watts to Henrietta Watts, part
lot 1 and 2, block 1, Brackett's addi
tion. Rock Island; $1.
Charles A. Arenschield to Ewill Wy-
legends. Toe children's room is nowjjey, Watertown; 5500.
1 "In Bad" h
You are certainly "in bad" when
vou allow the appetite to lag, the
digestion - to become impaired
and the bowela constipated. Get
"in right" today by taking a
short course of
open from 7 to 9 in the evening for
the benefit cf those who cannot come
in the afternoon.
Present Life Membership. The
1 cccnn r,, nt,.ce.,n
Grotto. Mystic order of the Enchan'ed
Realm of th Veiled Prophet, which
I tock place at the Masonic temple,
j Thursday evening, was marked by
the presentation of a life membership
in the Grotto to J. P. Risley, one of
its founders. Mr. Risley was pre-
sentei with a life membership cer
' tificate, which, in addition to the
j wording, bear3 the photographs of th'j
; present four principal officers of the
Grotto. These are: George Perry,
I monarch; C. H. Krieger. chief Justic;
Jane E. Walker and husband to
Frank B. and Rufus Walker, Jr., and
Susan B. Smith, lot 4 and west one
half, lot 3, block 8, Huldah Thomas'
addition, Moline; $1.
Henry A. Lohse, et ex-, to George
Sieeth, lot 26, block 9. SilvU; I1.S00.
PICTURE OF BOAT
George Alter of Colorado
Springs Gives G. A. R. View
of Ill-fated Sultana.
A picture of considerable historic
interest is to be presented this even
ing to Bufor-d post No. 243, G. A. R.,
by J. M. Spurr 02 behalf of George
week "from Friday. Pete Erloff, the
backstop who finished the season for
the locals, will do the receiving, with
Mortimer Main held in reserve.
For Chicago Jimmy Lavender and
Larry Cheney have been selected to
do the wiggling and James Archer
will do the grab and return stunt for
the athletes from the Windy City.
The lineup for the remainder of the
positions has not been announced as
yet, but it la asserted that it will be
practically the same club which went
through the season of 1913.
Charles Webb Murphy, the man who
had the run in with Mordecai (3f)
Brown and canned him in the heat of
the Intercity series, will be with the
Alter o Colorado Springs. Mr. Alter cubs as an added attraction, but strict
who was here during the summer orders will be Issued against bounc
on a visit, recently returned to the 1 Jng pop bottles off the marble knob
west, but before he left he gave Mr. j 0f c. Webb.
Spurr the framed likeness of the
southern steamboat Sultana, which is . Quick Relief for Rheumatism.
Plain Talk From Home.
"I ought to be supremely happy." the
youth wTote to the home people. "I
don't see mneh business ahead, bat I
have my diploma and ray books."
Wlierenpon tbe "old man" wrote
"Put the diplomy in a frame, mnke a
pillow of the books, then rise up early
and bit some good hard licks for three
aqnare meals a day." Atlanta Consti
tution. . .
to be formally, presented to the post
The Sultana on April 27. 1865, caught
fire from an exploaion at a point just
above Memphis and 1,238 lives were
lost, nearly all of whom were ex
prisoners of the Civil war on their
way home to the north. Mr. Alter i3
a former resident of Rock Island and
for year was a veteran river man.
He has an unusually interesting col
George W. Koons Lawton. Mict..
says: "Dr. Detc'non's Relle' fo'
Rheumatism has given my wife ...-
! derful benefit for rheumatism. She
could not lift hand or foot; had to
be lifted for two mon'Jis. She began
the use of the remedy And improved
rapidly. On Monday sbe could not
move and on Wednesday she got up.
dressed herself and walked out for
breakfast." Sold by Otto Grotjan.
This New Illustrated Book For Every Reader
lection of curios of early days, among i 1501 Second aveane. Rock Island;
them being the
picture of the ill-
Gust Schlegel & Son, 220 West Sec
ond street. Davenport. (Adv.
WITTE, SELBY AND ERLOFF
TO BATTLE AGAINST CUBS
Danville. 111., SepL 27. Announce-1
ment was made Thursday morning j
that Big Fred Witte and Orville Selby j
will do the hurling against the Chi-!
cago Cubs when the Little Bears visit !
Danville lor an exhibition Oct. 3, one
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tad atW DrafOaaf, tkTftaec Habit aa4
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ROCK ISLAND AKQTJS. SEPT. 27
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