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THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS, FRIDAY. OCTOSER 3, 1913.
DAY IN DAVENPORT
X "Safety First" Movement J. J. 1
; Hantaan, yardmaster for the C, M.
et St. P. railway, has returned from
Savanna, 111., where he attended a
f meeting In the interests of the "safe
t ly firht" movement, which was held
6 there Tuesdar. He has been appointed
!' u member ot the Milwaukee "safety
J firt" committee, representing the 1111
f uois division. The roovenent is one
f which 13 being pushed by all the big
railroad systems throughout the coun-
try, and It is said that It has already
accomplished much good in reducing
j the number of personal Injuries on
the railroads. Factories and industrial
$ corporations have now taken up the
tr movement as w ell.
i Deaconess Take Up Work. Miss
Nellie Karg, formerly of Davenport,
and a member of St. Paul's English
Lutheran church, has returned to this
as deaconess of St. Paul's. Miss Karg
- took the course of study In the deacon-
ess school at Baltimore three years
' ago, and has since then been connect-
ed with the Orphans' Home at Loys-
ville. Pa., ar.d more recently with the
is Old Peoples' Home of Washington. D.
C. Miss Karg began her work Wed
a nesday and will assist St. Paul's pas
S tor. Ir. W. II. Blancke. In the many
f duties in connection with the church
J Decayed Candy Burned. Two hun-t-
dred pounds of decayed peanut bar
-t chocolate candy went up in smoke be
X liind the Martin-Woods warehouse
I- Wednesday afternoon. Commissioner
f Flynn had the "sweetmeats" taken out
i of cold storage, raturated with kero
r Bene and burned up.
Guilty of Robbery. William Sayles
pleaded guilty to the charge of rob
bery yesterday before Judge Donegan
and was sentenced to a term of 10
years in the state penitentiary. Sayles
entered the home of Dr. F. Braun in
WeM Davenport recently and throw
ing a blanket over Mrs. Braun' head
rifled the residence. Earl Burk also
pleaded guilty to a charge of assault
with ifiter.t to kill and was given a
year. Burke atteniptod to kill a man
some time ago with a revolver. Fred
Fchllltg was given CO days by the
Judge after pleading guilty to a charge
Warrant Out for Son. A warrant
: w-as sworn out yesterday morning for
the arrent of Fred Leu. 16 years old,
who mysteriously disappear fl from
his home, 1101 West Third street.
and-$ 141 belonging to his father, Fred
G. Leu. is inir.Hing. The boy is-six feet
tall and weichs 210 pmjnds. accord
ing to a description furnished the
local police. He left home some time
Wednesday and is believed to have
been in the company of an acquaint
ance who also is among the absent.
The police have notified surrounding
cities to be on the lookout for the
Dr. Blancke at Mt. Ida. Dr. W. H.
Blancke of St Paul's church was giv
en the topic of "The Ladies' Aid So
ciety" at the meeting of Wednesday
night at the Mt Ida church in the
series of the weekly rally meetings
that are being held and had some
complimentary things to say about the
women of the church and their efficient
Polxe News Frank Payne, charged
with carrying concealed weapons, was
given a 15 days in jail sentence. He
had in his possession an ugly looking
The charge against Robert Rose of
disturbing the peace was dismissed.
Rose had a fistic dispute with another
man but was not the aggressor.
Four foreigners were arrested at the
corner of Fourth and LeClaire streets
after indulging in a battle royal. Their
names are Florentino Ramiris, Ignatz
Morra, Placldio Assum and San Diego
Ramine". Ramiris was the chie insti
gator of the fuss and drew 30 days in
jail. Fifteen day sentences were sus
pended over the other three.
Rubbish Catches Fire. A pile of
rubbish in the vacant lot at Front and
Brady streets catching fire yesterday
afternoon necessitated a run of the
department The fire w as extinguished
shortly after the wagons appeared on
thn scene. No damage resulted from
In District Court. The suit of Hon
ora Garvery aaglnst Ehlers and Bar
golf et al that has been tried before
a Jury in district court for the past
three days ended when the Jury re
turned a verdict in favor of the de
fendants. The suit was to recover
money alleged due on the assignment
of a lease. Louis E. Roddewig and
Waldo Becker were attorneys for the
defendants; Sharon & Higglns for the
Suit for divorce was filed in the of
fice of the county clerk yesterday by
Irene Baker against Harry C. Baker. .
Partner In Auto. Co. Bruce Jackson,
formerly proprietor of the Jackson
Auto company of Muscatine, has be
come a partner in the J. A. Zetn&n
Auto company of Davenport and here
after will be actively connected with
the above company. Mr. Jackson Is
an experienced automobile ' man and
will undoubtedly prove a valuable as-J
set to the firm. I
Take Children to Movies. The chil
dren of the kindergarten of the West
Side Settlement were taken to one cf
the local moving picture houses yes
terday afternoon by Ned Lee, on the
invitation of the manager of the the
ater. One Building Permit. A building
permit was issued yesterday to Con
tractors Struve & Son for the erection
of a story and a half frame and plaster
dwelline for Harrv TImmerman, Mar
quette and Myrtle streets; $3,200.
Licensed to Wed. The following li
censes to wed were issued yesterday.
Harry Speth and Edith Peguhn, Dav
enport; Allan W. Fuller, Galesburg.
and Josie Vaughn, Monmouth; Erval
J. Boomershine, Moline, and Anna
Obituary Record. The funeral for
little Robert Johannsen was held at 2
o'clock Wednesday afternoon from the
home cf the parents. Mr. and Mrs.
F. H. Johannsen, 1703 West Third
street, with interment in Fairmount
cemetery. The services at both he
home and et the grave were strictly
Funeral services for the late Mrs.
Amelia Schweb were held at 2 o'clock
yesterday from the family home, 714
Farnam street, with interment in Fair
mount cemetery. Johannes Kroeger
officiated at the home and also at the
grave. The pallbearers were Mrs.
Otto Jaeger, Mrs. J. Oetzen, Mrs. Wil
liam Ott Mrs. Otto Wichelman. Mrs.
Edwin Ott and Mrs. Herman Oetzen.
.(Private Car Excursion Tuesday, Oct. 21st.)
THE STEADY PROGRESS of the Swigart Tract is not a matter of
chance, but the result of natural advantages. If you will take your map
you will see the stragotic location of Mason, Manistee, Lake and Wexford
Counties on the eatt shore or that great body of water. Lake Michigan.
The Swigart Tract lies in these counties in the center of one of the
world's best districts for fruit growing; and its unique geographical lo
cation Is the keynote 'to its success.
THE MOST PROSPEROUS com-
munition the world oor are lo
cuUU on an ocean, lake or river.
The SV1G.IIT TRACT is at the
central point of !a.ke Michigan's
east sbori !( miles from Milwau
kee, 17u milts from Cliirago, and
with the harbor at Ludington and
Manistee is in the direct path of
the prtat l.ikis trnCc. Ln compe
tition i'h western end southern
tale. whoHe shipments require 24
to u6 hour etiro.itp, our products
placed on steamships in the evening
are in .Milwaukee and Chicago be
fore 7 o'clock the next morning.
Wf have four railroads with close
connections with Grand Rapids
and IK-trolt. Our cocUon-line roads
ore good r.nd the wngon haul
short to shipping stations. Such
Is our accessibility to outside mar
kets. Our horaf markets in the
cities and towns within the coun
ties aTe sufficient to nrake us as
indovenJent any agricultural
community can be.
BEING ON THE EAST SIDE of
loike Michigan i cf jtrat cilma'ic
ti.lue. It is m. Id. nen and balmy
In summer with less cxtrem?s in
temperature in winter. That's why
we ran raise delicate fruits such as
poaches, apricot i. poars, prunes and
quinces, that can't be crown else
where In the same lat'tude, and for
the Fame reason we grow more
abundant yields of the hardier
fruits, apples, cherries, plums,
grapes and berries. Orchards in
our counties readily yield j;o and
up per acre under ordinary intelli
gent care. For the same reason
the conditions are favorable for
re. oats, barley, buckwheat, corn,
cloT. timothy, a'.falfa. vetch,
wheat, peas and beans and no soil
iirpfcFos our wsrm, sandy loam
for potatoes, totratoep, pickles and
al' cgetables. Our district is
bound to become a stronghold for
the da.ry interests. It has the
(irio. It has the n'cr-an
s'windance of !t in streams and
lakes, and an annual 32-inch rain
fall well distributed over the grow
Ir.g season. While o'her parts of
the cour'ry have ben suffering
with (MsBFtrotiS drouph;. our pert
of Mich' pan has had ample rainfall
and the crops never looked better.
The lands I gently rolling and
level and are well drained. Few
locfelitif" can equfl this for raising
rattle, hogs, sheep and poultry.
ONE CAUSE for a great future
commercial development Ilea In the
ast amount of water power which
is to be harnessed by seven big
power dams in the center of the
Tract. The Commonwealth . Com
pany is pushing the project and
already has one dam completed
which, besides now supplying cur
rent to Manistee, will furnish the
power to construct the other dams.
Farmers are coming here because
of our good crops and the informa
tion fast spreading that our set
tlers are making good the impos
sibility of getting as good lands
as cheap elsewhere, the dissatis
faction In renting farms ln tne
older states, the desire of every
farmer to own land of his own, the
increase in population and the
growing profitableness, improve
ment in methods and desirability of
the farming business.
TRUE CITIZENSHIP !s rooted
to the soil. Come and take your
place in our colony. There is room
for a thousand more men with
their families here. But it can't
last indefinitely. The demand for
land is manyfold greater than it
wss when I acquired this tract
son'e 1R years ago. You wont find
any land as good for as little
money. $10 to $25 per acre, and a
large selection at $17 and $18 per
acre on terms of $10 to $)0 down
and $" to $10 per month on 40
acres, thus giving about 7 years to
MY FARMING EXPERTS call
regularly on each farmer. I co
operate with my settlers. Great
things are accomplished by co
operation. I operate a demonstra
tion farm. I am putting my capital
back into development and Im
provement work in the Tract. My
own orchard when complete will
be one of the largest and finest in
this country. I planted. 100 acres
to apples this season as a starter.
Iearn about the insurance feature
of my contract.
115 VIEWS in the Tract are
shown in my new 72-page booklet
All the farming conditions are de
scribed in it, giving statistics, com
parative tablet and information of
great interest about this part of
Michigan. Wri'e for it and also
ask for a large map.
MY NEXT PRIVATE CAR EX
CURSION w ill be Tuesday. Oct. 21.
by P. M. R. R-, tearing my offices
at 11:30 a. m. Fare $3.30 round
trip to Wellston. rebate on pur
chase. Tou get back to Chicago
at 7:20 a. m. Thursday or Friday
of the same week. Automobiles
and guides free.
Full particulars can be had by addressing George W. Swigart. owner,
Z-124S First National Bank Building. Chicago, 111., or hi agent.
LEO DE SMET, 2227 4th Ave. Rock Island
: HER MOTHER'S PLANS
Mrs. Charles Derr ot Kansas City,
who has spent two weeks with Mrs.
Margaret Ewing and ether relatives,
went to Keithsburg Monday to visit
her sister. Mrs. R. A. Newell, before
returning home. j
Mr. and Mrs. J. Jobes and children,!
Ruesel and Dorothy, left the first of J
the week for Exline, Iowa, where they)
will make their home.
Mrs. Robert Steiger and son, John,
of Rock Island were guests at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Osborn
Mrs. Hiram Park man went to Bur
gess Tuesday to visit her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. J. Morford.
Mrs. J. A. Harvey and daughter,
Mrs. A. R. Burke and Mrs. John
Goddard were Rock Island visitors
Mrs. George W?'.iilm of Charles'
City, Iowa, who hat. -een visiting at!
the home of Mrs. John Berglund, left
for her home Wednesday. j
Mrs. W. A. Price of Cloud county, ;
Kansas, left Wednesday for Seaforth,
Minn., to visit her father and other
relatives after a short visit here with j
her sister, Mrs. Will Eakman.
Mrs. J. Andress returned to her
home in Moline Wednesday after ;
spending a few weeks with her par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Danford,
and sister, Mrs. L. J. Carter.
Miss Rose Cullison and Miss Eva
McFarland spent Wednesday with
friends in Rock Island.
Mrs. H. O. Baner and baby of New
lv3 c?Til "H .
r. ' : ic
1 "Vf,, J"'.
Christabel Pankhurtt (top) and
Eoston spent Saturday with Mrs.
ner's parents, Mr. and Mrs. F.
The ladies of the Columbian club
will have a focd sale at the rest rooms
for the benefit of the free rest and
reading rooms Oct. 11.
Mrs. E. A. Harnden and son, Levi
M. Braucht, returned to Kewanee
Wednesday after spending a few days
with friends in this vicinity.
Mrs. P. Xichol and little daughter,
Katherine, went to Galva Wednesday
to make a few days' visit with rela
The first football game of the sea
son was played on the college field
Saturday afternoon by the Aledo high
Bchool and the Alexis high school. The
Aledo team defeated the Alexis team
with a score of 6 to 0.
Mrs. Len Brown returned to her
home in New Boston Saturday after
spending a few days with Aledo
The Women's Federation of Clubs
of Aledo will hold regular meetings
on the first Monday evening of each
month. The first meeting will be held
at the rest and reading rooms on
Monday evening, Oct. 6. Any one in
terested in the work of the federation
is invited to attend. Its work at pres
ent is remodeling and enlarging the
girls' dormitory of William and Vashti
Mrs. Ed Lewis went to Galesburg
Wednesday to spend a few days with
Mr. Lewis, who is in the hospital in
Rev. and Mrs. J. B. Pollock are at
tending the United Presbyterian 6ynod
which wras held in Viola Wednesday
Daniel Fender, w ho has made an ex
tended visit with relatives here, left
Tuesday for his home in Long Beach,
Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Aubrey of Joy
returned home Tuesday after visiting !
Mrs. Aubrey's mother, Mrs. C. Wash-!
John Braucht left Monday for Oma
ha, K?b., on a short business trip.
Mrs. Charles Welch and Mrs. E.
Dixon'of New Boston were Aledo visit
Miss Alta Marks of Troy Grove, who
has been visiting relatives in Aledo
and vicinity, returned home Wednes-
OMTMtre tT Vl. aim airwiat Ca, mtm Pm Paa4 mt
Drata Act "i In tttfc. 1M. ttntl N. INK
If for any reason you wish to correspond v4tn the
BREWERY regarding this package, be awe ta awN this
-slip" wtth your letter.
. To sreseive the original BRIUJAMCY ei QUALITY ef POTTt FD
BEER, observe the following Instrocttoitss
IM W xaatble store the beer In a coot piece.
2nd Do not expose It to light.
3d Lay all packages on side wi wnic atk rM
4th Ngvfr keep BOTTLED BEER direct on tCE.
VAL. BLATZ BRQ. CO.. Milwaukee. Wla.
i I mi II il ir
Val Blatz Brewing Co. tacitly
admits, when they print on
their case cover, reproduced
above 44 Do not expose it to
light" that light affects the
quality of beer that the light
Bottle is insufficient protection.
It is not enough to make pure
beer the original brilliancy
and quality must be preserved.
Get Schlitz Brown Bottle and
See that crown or cork
is branded "ScMite."
PKone West 14
Carse & Ohlweiler Co.J x Pk
425-4.1 Eleventh St. YX
Rock Island -
t Made Milwaukee Simons.
day. Her cousin, Miss Bertha Guthrie
accompanied her home for a short Robertson Tuesday afternoon,
visit. (pleasant afternoon was spent
who will spe'nd a few weeks with rela
tives. Mr. and Mrs. Jan.03 Spence went to
Rock Island Tuesday to spend a few
days with their son and wife, Mr. and
Mrs. Fay Spence.
The Chrysanthemum club was en
tertained by Mrs. V. H. Robertson and
Mrs. E. M. Miller at the home of Mrs.
Pans, Oct. 3. Mrs. Emmeline Pank-
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Wendt went to j ligbt refreshments were served.
Alnhn wuiruHv u h thov will ! Mrs. M. Dixon of New Boston re-
hurst, the English militant leader, is j make their home. j turned home Tuesday after a few
now with her daughter, ChristabeL In u. - noon or Jewel, iowa, wno nasjuajb i im mruuo
Paris. Christabel. who edits The Suf-Ifcen visiting his daughter, left Tues
fraeette. has jdven cut some of her da" for hia home. He was accompan-
iea nome cy Mrs. iaa Morrow or joy,
surely ail on the
Energies Are More Keen
and Respond Quickly
Provence, Oct. 11, and she expects to;
be permitted to enter the United ' UQQQ ISI!lfi HQlV
States," said Miss Pankhurst. "She
i3 going primarily as a simple mis- fQf BlQOu KSSltlS
sionary to talk about suffrage to Amer-1
lean women, Just as American suffra-!
gists come to England to Epeak of
"She will also explain the meaning
of the militant movement to Amer
icans, who, according to reports reach
ing us. don't understand it. Since
Mrs. Pankhtir6t's last visit to the
i United States many things have hap
pened. Our policies have developed
and grown. She will explain the rea
sons for this development and will
emphasize bow suffrage can help
check the hite slave traffic. A month
wiil probably be fully taken up with
lectures in the United States, leaving
no time for mother to tour Canada."
Concerning the conjectures in the
press that Mrs. Pankhurst is going to
America primarily to make money,
Ing two weeks with Mrs. Walker's par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Scott. They were
accompanied home by Mrs. II. 1 L.
Walker, who will visit her mother.
Mrs. M. E. Jenkins.
Mrs. F. L. Spence of Marshalltown,
Iowa, who has been vialtlng her
mother, Mrs. Miller, went to Seaton
Monday to visit Mrs. John Pollock.
Mrs. I. L. Chapin of Keithsburg
went to Bellview, Icwa, Monday to
A. Powers. Mrs C. WvBon-r and four children
Mrs. James Minteer and four chil-jof Le Claire, Iowa, went to Joy Satur-
Miss Ona Gleason returned to her , 11 01 "eur "ulHro". r vi- oaj wuie mcy n; wane men uum.
iimg .Mrs. .Minieers tatner, J. A. sirs, james uoiion arm iwo cnnnrcn
Bedford, and other relatives. of Moulton, Iowa, returned home Mon-
tke many pleasant afternoons spent
Mrs. John Ballard of New Boston
spent Monday with her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. E. Parkman.
Mrs. William Blair and daughter,
Miss Beulah of Iron River, Mich.,
came Saturday to visit their cousins,
Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Lowry.
Mrs. L. W. Holmes and daughter,
Miss Nellie of Joy were guests Sat
urday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J.
.v,ie inrcsiaDei saia tnai an tne Dro-i rmrrti. m a cnugb.
.j. ik. pimpled and Irritated wtth ri-b.
Tf too are down with rtenmtism : If
iMRf, fci rhiiiM, are ctinte.i wnu i rnnthers. J'r?,
or your niu i
KO - nr .nT other hi,MVl disorder 1i.t fmffl-
to the Women's Social and Political 1 tr that ail tbi nia of life come from im-
union tuna. tioo, , pood thorough elnlns. a bTb
' Mrs. Pankhurst has quite Tecover-ltJ oiing s. S. s. fhr la no ned for
. iti , v jinrone to h dnpoodeet over th il!na
ed from her illness caused by starve-jf blooj tepurltlri. No matter bow hadiy
tion and imprisonment, and according . ,by attack tti tystea, or tow nnv.FV-T
1. 1... j..,.h.. v.. .m ..11 ' tecooea the skin. J-in re-xemher there is
to her daughter, has ill power to pull 1 rne In-redient In i. . P. that a- atlanu
through almost anything. I late th reUular tUauea througboat tr.
I , j oodr that earn part elect Ita owa e-
' t t ri.,,i tv. . Uentia! na'ritnfnt from tte blood.
, revonport. England The Aurora, Thi c-na tbat a i deca,. an brak
a light cruiser of an entirely new tvpe ' lown cf tbe tiiue. is checked and
, . 1 1 j , . " .repair work betrin. 8. P. S. baa such a
was launched here. It is described as; ttecific jn3neB- on ail local cen a o
a "destrover Of destrovers" and Will ' Prrr' their nvin:l we.far and afford
i ,, , " " la proper relarie autvtaoc to each othr.
: use Oil for motive power. j Kor aut yera people relied upon Mer-
j cott. Iodide" of Potash. Araeolc. "PhTfics."
! Hoarseness in a child subject to ' J?,hr,,, and -tvpe- aa r-mediei for
i , . .. .. , , I blood alewTie!. bet now tha pare vefetab.9
; croup is a sure indication of the ap- s. S. 8. is tbrfr tafernard.
icroach of the disease. If Chamber-!. Yu P. S. H. in aor drag store
. m icmi apoa aaTina it.
, lain s i oun Kfrawy is ariven at once I take do cbacce by pennli
And you should
tUss an rone to
or even after the croupv cough has ; t"xw4 a .ntwtitnte. And if yonr
. ,,, " . Hood cnedltto is seen tbst to-j would
appeared. It will prevent the attac. j, m consult a Fp-a!tt fre.iy. ad-irena
Contains r.o poison. Sold by ail drue- YlfL The sw;rt Fp-dflc Co- ais
I gists. (Adv.) i AUvaruateafc
home in Rockton Tuesday after mak-j
lng a two weeks' visit with Mrs. Jane j
Mrs. W. M. Newton went to Alpha
Tuesday to spend a few days with j
Mr. and Mrs. L. Harvey and baby,
Everett, went to Galesburg Tuesday.
Mrs. R. H. Greer of this city and
brother,' W. O. Dungan of Minden,
Neb., went to Arpee Tuesday to visit
Ai.s Greer's son, Gienn Greer.
Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Taylor and
daughter, Ruby, of Joy spent Tues
day with Mrs. Bert Perkins.
Miss Sophia Taylor of Woodhull
came Turpday to visit her sister, Mrs.
A. G. Bridgford.
Mr. and Mrs. Pearson Graham left
Monday for Enterprise, Ore, where
they will make their home.
Mies Edith Davidson of Joy spent
Monday with Aledo relatives.
. Miss Katbryn Scott and Mies Ethel
Bridgford left Tuesday for Forest
Glen, Md., where they will enter Na
tional Park seminary. They vere ac-
(companied as far as Chicago by their
G. C. Scott and Mrs.
Myrtle Bridgford, who will spena t.
fe w davs in the city. I
Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Tucker and
baby of Joy were Aledo visitors Mon
day. Ed Moburg and Frtend Church were
b'.icinets visitors in Knoxville Tues
day. The Sun Bonnet club entertained at
the home of Mrs. Heald Saturday
evening in honor of one of their mem
bers, Mrs. Wendt, who will soon leave
for her new home in Alpha. About
thirty members and uesta were pres
ent and a very pleasant sociii evening
was spent during which light refresh
ments wre served. In behalf of the
club Mrs. Netbltt, In a few appropriate
remarks, expressed their rezret at "the
1ms of a faithful and valued member!
and presented Mrs. Wecdt with a
beautiful Aledo souvenir spoon as a
Soken cf their love and a reminder of
Mrs. J. O. Walker and little daugh
ter, Inez, returned to their home in
Keokuk, Iowa, Saturday after spend-
day after visiting with Mr. and Mrs.
S. B. Bolton and Mr. and Mrs. W. M.
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