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THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS. FRIDAY. OCTUBEK 10, 1913.
! the past week at the home of Mr.
yAY IN DAVENPORT
Hand U Amputated. Hans Heesch,
an employe at the Bettendort shops,
' suffered a distressing accident late
; Wednesday aftcrnon. He tu oper
' a ting one of the small hydraulic
presses and in some iPAnner failed to
pull the lever back to its customary
. position. In the meantime he had
; placed his left hand under the die to
i ( reach a piece of material. The Tever
being out of proper position allowed
r the die to drop and the heavy mass of
! steel caught the unfortunate man's
hand a little below the wrist The
'patient was taken to Mercy hospital
-where Drs. Blything and Kulp ampu
tated the injured hand.
; Head of Match Causes Blaze. The
department was called tc 224 Ea.t
vSlxth street at C:55 o'clock Wednesday!
v afternoon by. a blaze starting la an old1
clothes In a closet, from a flaming
match head. A woman was attempting
to light the gas stove w hen the match
head flew Into the closet and ignited
''old clothes. The damage was trivial.
.Pyrene was used in quenching the
Charged With Stealings-Charged
'with stealing a box of imported linen
.handkerchiefs from the baggage room
:of the Davenport hotel, Ed Teeple, a
bell boy, is being held at the station,
, ' where he was brought yesterday afttr--,'noon
by Detective Kinney. Teeple 13
accuseC of taking the handkerchiefs
from the hotel room several days ago.
'The box Tcople took contained 30
handkerchiefs whlth were valued at
Secure Noted Tenor for Banquet.
Loras council has secured J. Parnell
Egan, the noted tenor of Chicago, for
Its Landing day banquet at the Hotel
Davenport on Oct 13. He Is a mem
ber of the Chicago Symphony club and
the Irish Choral society. The subject
of Jerome J. Crowell's address will
be "Our Patron and Cause."
In Bettendort, was struck by a motor
cycle while alighting from & Betten
dort car at Federal and East River
street, about 6:30 o'clock yesterday
morning. He was quite badly bruised
about the shoulders and legs from the
knee down to the ankle, but his in
juries are cot considered serious. The
man was taken Into the office of the
Rock Island Fuel "company and Dr.
P. H. Schroeder was called to attend
him. He was taken to hia home In Bet
tendort In the car. He m as on his way
to work at the plant of the Gordon-Van
Tine company when the accident oc
curred. Three Receive Sentences Three
more were sentenced to the federal pris-
jon at Stillwater, Minn., yesterday
i afternoon by Federal Judge McPher-
son. All pieaa guiity. Micnaei I.
Dwyer. charged with using the mails
to defraud, was given two years in the
Stillwater prison and Patrick Murphy,
who stole from railroad cars in inter
state shipment, received a like sen
tence. Jacob Light of Davenport, for
merly employed by the Davenport Ice
company, was sentenced to one year
and one day for sending obscene mat
ter through the mails.
: 8truck by Motorcycle O. Newell,
'a man aged about 35 years and living
Pins on the
New System of Baby Dressing
by the Vanta Idea Without
Pins or Buttons.
Free Demonstration This Week
' Pins and but'ons on a babv's aar
ments are almost criminal! Most pins
are. made of braas and braes is tolson.
The points of Mi-el Dins rust and rust
' tauses blood IKJlKou -;
'Thy sre nnnerefsarv. The wounds
and arrldoritii and troubles they cause
' Tearn todav how vou can get alone
without them. At the bnbv KOods de-
Iiartmentu of Young & McCombs and
S. McCatie tc Co.. anv mother, ant
nurse, anv biz nlnter
anv woman i li
ma v have a free demonstra
tion of the iiew wnv of dressing babv
wunout the use of a pin or button,
;"Go todav and learn how to abolish
11 pin and buttons from babv's ard
Tobe. Karh Vanta Barmen Vest. "V
Band. Gertrude and Abdominal Binder
v-ftis guaranteed the highest analUv
inado. and If not perfectly satisfac
tory, vou can take it hark and vour
. money will he cheerfully refunded.
Iki not use old-stvle. antiquated
shirts on vour babv a dav loneer. Go
today to see 'he Vanta idea, present
this coupon for free Dall m of the
Vanta Plnless. Buttonless Diaper..
of the Scientific
Pinfess, Buttonless DIAPER
Flmrly prt-fnt tills coupon at the
Pby ".ooi department of any rry
Oo'mU ptjr- unci aecui tb I'atlorn
wtth full dire. tlon.
r.AHNMUW KMTTIG rO,
1301 W. Jackaoa Dlv. CHICAGO
An OPTOMETRIST is one who
prescribes and fits glasses with
out the use of drugs or sur
gery. Optometry is NOT found
ed on medical science, but on
OPTICAL science. A lehs treats
LIGHT, not disease. Only op
tically incompetent practitioners
drug healthy eyes. This meth
od is not only dangerous, but
painful, and it is only by a mir
acle If the glasses thus prescrib
ed prove correct We have
brought relief and happiness to
thousands of people by employ
ing our scientific knowledge for
the correction of defective vi
sion. We use no drugs or
"drops" cf any kind In our examinations.
J. RAflSER'S SONS
In District Court. The will of Rich
ard Stelnecke was admitted to pro
bate by Judge Barket In district court
yesterday. Ella G. Stelnecke was ap
pointed by the court executrix of the
A verdict in favor of the plaintiffs
for $365.65 was returned by a Jury in
Judge Donegan's court in the case of
YV. E. Scannell and YV. J. HIckey
against Jonas Hagey. D. V. Jackson
waa attorney for the plaintiffs. A. W.
Hamann represented the defendant.
The suit of Henry Mooller against
Mlka Brandt to recover $100 and a
lot, alleged to have been promised the
plaintiff by the defendant when the
former attained his majority, was be
gun before a Jury In Judge Donegan's
court yesterday morning. Attorneys
Wm. Hoersch and Louis Roddewig are
defending the acse. Ruymann & Ruv
mann are attorneys for the plaintiff.
Souvenirs at Ad Club. Although the
baskets have been ordered for holding
the souvenirs to be given away during
the State Ad club convention, it is now
feared that they will cot be large
enough to hold the souvenirs and sam
pies of products which are to be dis
tributed In them. The following firms
have been added to the list of those
announced yesterday, who will give
souvenirs for the convention: Halll-
gan Candy company, Lee Broom and
Duster company. Bureau of Engraving,
Register Life Insurance company,
Mueller Lumber company. Commercial
club and Greater Davenport commit
tee. Purity Oats company.
Pledge $250 to Chinese School. The
Woman's Foreign Missionary society
of St. John's church at its regular
monthly business meeting Wednesday
with Mrs. Frank Cole at the parsonage,
voted to give $250 to the support of a
school at Cheu Tu, western China,
Suit for Guardianship. Suit for the
appointment of a temporary guardian
for the defendant was filed yesterday
by Peter N. Claussen against Lena
Claussen. According to the petition
filed by Attorneys Ruymann and Ruy
mann for the plaintiff, the latter al
leges that the defendant "brought suit
for divorce against her deceased hus
band. Hans J. Claussen, although at
the time of filing said suit she knew
that said Hans J. Claussen was dead."
Return From Trip. Dr. and Mrs. E.
J. Walsh returned home Wednesday
evening from their European trip.
While in Europe Dr. Walsh visited
leading hospitals and sanitariums of
great specialists. Among the Euro
pean physicians he considers lhat the
English lead in the treatment of stom
ach and liver troubles, the German
physicians are best In kidney troubles
and' the Swiss are greatest in nerve
troubles. Dr. Walsh reports that all
foreign countries seem greatly inter
ested over our tariff and other isuses.
Obituary Record. Mrs. Anna Bo-
land, wife of John Boland. a former
well known Davenporter, passed away
recently at the home of her sister, Mrs.
Dora Barger of Ackley, la., after an
. Illness of several weeks' duration. De
I ceased was born in 2S67 In Illinois.
Shs came to Ackley with her parents
when two years old. She was r.arried
to J. S. Bola'nd, Aug. 19, IS99. She is
survived by Tier husband and five sons.
Also three sisters, Mrs. F. J. Kruse
of Miller. Ia.; Mrs. C. W. Strassburg
i of Esteline, S. D.; Mrs. Dora Barger
; or Ackley, la., and one brother. Her
. man Rtchtmeir of Albion, Iowa; The
funeral was held at Ackley with Inter
! mcnt in the city cemetery.
SchulU's parents, Mr. and Mrs. i-ewis
Mr. and Mrs. John Wildermuth and
daughters, Eva and Bernice, visited
with relatives at Rock Island Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bay of Moline
spent Sunday at the home of Mr. Bay's
Eister, Mrs. John Holland.
ilrs. O. A. SUpp and son Ford j
were Moline visitors Sunday.
Pauline Gerhart of Barstow, is vis
iting with her cousin, Freda Kleinau.
Mrs. P. O'Donell and daughter, Ella,
visit.ed Sunday at the home of John
Fenesey at Geneseo, I1L
George Darington and Albert Foley
of Rock Island are at the home of
August Schuelter and are employed
at the Argillo works.
Charles Slater has moved into the
Mrs. Martin O'Donnell property on
Miss Alice Falilstrom returned home
from Green Rivtf-. M-. where the
visited with Miss Faye Crist and ac
companied a party of young ladies
from Geneseo, and from Green River
on a nutting expedition. The young
ladies report having a delightful time
and brought home a fine load of nuts.
Mr. and Mrs. Clans Hanson left on
Sunday from Moline tor an indefinite
stay at Boone, Iowa.. They stopped
to visit at GrinnelL Iowa, at - John
Louis Weita and daughter, Dorothy,
and Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Sickler were
visitors at East Moline Monday.
Mrs. Alvina Johnson Is visiting at
the home of her daughter, Mrs. Wil
liam Willis, at Watertown.
Mrs. Flcyd Hlgglns was a visitor at
Mrs. Lee Nickolson and daughter.
Geraldine, Miss Delia Crouch and
George Hilton of East Moline Vere en
tcrtained at the O. A. Stlpp home this
Ms. Sarah Richardson cf Des
Moines, Iowa, is visiting at the home
of her sister, Mrs. William Allison.
Mrs. Thomas Gainey . spent Satur
day with her daughter, Mrs. William
Gainey, at the Moline City hospital.
NOT MUCH WORRIED
J y 7 v.
Marie Lloyd, English music hall
actress and Binger, did not appear out
wardly perturbed when informed that
6he must be deported as an undesirable
when she reached New York last week.
But she has appealed to the commis
sioner of immigration at Washington
for a modification of the order that will
enable her to make a vaudeville tour
of the country. She was ordered back
to England because she shared a state
room on the Journey over with Ber
nard Dillon, a jockey. The couple are
Opposite Harper House.
The following pupils were neither
absent nor tardy from school:
Second grade Steve Kendall, Clif
ford Roseman, Clyde Benson. Grace
Swank. James Kellums.
Third grade Russell Tonng, Earl
Benson. Lowell Phelps.
Fourth trade Leone Jones, Mar
Fifth grade Richard Jones, Harold
! Phelps, Lawrence Roseman, Emma Be-
, low ski. Clara Florin. Gertrude Ger-
, hardt. Ruth Swank. Celia Mardla.
Sixth grade Frank Roseman. Ella
Milton. Viola Laughery.
Seventh grade Willie Allison. El
mer Belowski, Henry Rosemond.
Eighth Margaret Gerhaxdt. Emma
Mrs. George Lewis entertained
Mrs. Martin Xeibert and daughters,
Dorothy May. Mrs. Albert Smith and
I nephew Charles Anderson of Moline,
Thursday and Friday.
! Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Schultx and
daughter, Erma returned to their
borne at Rock Inland after spending
BACKACHE A WARNING
YOU SHOULD HEED
It Is One of Nature's First Signs of
Kidney Troubles; If Neglected,
Serious Diseases May
When the kidneys are clogged np
and inactive, nature has a way of
Backache is one of the first symp
toms. You may also be troubled with
disagreeable, annoying bladder disor
ders; have attacks of lumbago or
rheumatism; become nervous, tired,
and feel all worn out; puffy swellings
show under the eyes or in the feet and
ankles; and many other symptoms are
noticed. If they are ne-g'.ected, dropsy,
d'-abetes, or Bright's disease, w hich so
often prove fatal, may result.
It is not only dangerous, but needless
for you to suffer and endure the tor
tures of these troubles, when a little
Croxone new will quickly and surely
end all such misery.
There :s no more effective remedy
known for all such troubles than Crox
one, because it reaches the cause. It
scaks right Into the kidneys, through
the walls and linings; cleans out the
elegged-up pores; neutralizes and dis
solves the poisonous uric acid and
waste matter that lodge in the Joints
and muscles and cause those terrible
rheumatic pains, and makes the kid
neys filter and sift the poison out of
the blood and drive it from the sys
Yon will find Croxoae different from
all other remedies. It is practically
impossible to take it without results.
An original package costs but a tri
fle, and all druggists are authorized to
return the purchase price if Croxone
should tall in a single case. Three
doses a (lay for a few days Is often all
that is erfr needed to end the worst
backache, relieving rheumatic pains, or
overcome urinary disorders. (Adv.)
John Wallace and grandson, Wal
lace Carter, left Tuesday for their
home In Silver Creek, Xeb., after mak
ing an extended visit with relatives
Miss Myra Hammond spent Satur
day with friends in Viola. -
Mrs. Harry Downey and son Everett
arrived home Tuesday from Carthage,
where thejr have made an extended
visit with Mrs. Downey's mother, Mrs.
Mrand Mrs. W. J. Blair and daugh
ter Beulah and Mrs. Blair'a mother.
Mrs. S. J. Stone of Iron River. Mich.,
left for their home Wednesday after
visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Friends in this city have received
the announcement of the marriage of
Mis3 Marie Blanche ThomasoB and D.
Clarence Muncy, which occurred at
Fort Collins, CoL, oa Saturday, Sept
20. The bride is the oldest daughter
of Attorney and Mrs. Lee D. Thomason
of Fort Collins. She was born and
grew to young womanhood in Aledo,
where she has many friends w-ho wish
her a happy and prosperous life. Mr.
and Mrs. Muncy are at home to their
friends in Fort Collins, CoL
Mr. and Mrs. Peter Johnson return
ed to their home in Woodhull Monday
after spending a few days with Mrs.
C. J. Carlson.
William Osborn of Osage City, Kan-
came the last of the week and spent
a few days with his brother, E. H. Os
born, and family.
Mrs. William Scannell and two sons,
John and Fred, returned to their home
in 'North Henderson after making a
short visit with J. W. Scannell and
Dr. and Mrs. W. J. M. Cunningham
and little son, who have been spending
a few weeks with Mrs. Cunningham's
parents, Mr. and Mrs. 3.- Eakm, re
turned to their home In Chicago Mon
Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Butcher and Mr.
and Mrs. Otis Reaber went to Spring
field Tuesday to spend a few days at
the state fair.
F. C. Cunningham went to Gales-
burg Monday, where he will spend a
week with friends.
Mrs. James Minor went . to Viola
Tuesday to make a few days' visit
with her daughter, Mrs. R. L. Cooper.
Mothers' day was celebrated by the
P. E. O. society at the home of Mrs.
Charles Detwiler Monday afternoon.
Mrs. Detwiler was assisted in enter
taining by Miss Opal Wolff, Mrs. R. L.
Watson, Mrs. J. W. Wallace, Mrs. A.
C. Sells, Mrs. C. A. Miller, and Mrs.
W. Philleo. The spacious rooms were
profusely decorated with autumn ,
leoves and flowers. About 40 mem-,
bers, mothers and invited guests wer-3
present. ' Each lady was asked to
bring her oldest hat untrimmed and
some old trimming. The packages
were exchanged and each trimmed a
hat, which she wore during the after
noon. This proved a delightful task
and many wonderful millinery produc
tions were displayed. A bountiful old
fashioned dinner was 6erved, the first
course consisting of mush and mi.k
Berved in pretty little blue bowls which
were presented to the guests as sou
venirs of the pleasant afternoon. All
present were convinced that the P. E.
O.s, whatever the mystic name may
signify, are perfect every one as en
tertainers. These were present from
out of town: Mrs. Dickson of Quincy,
Mrs. Prentiss of New Boston, Mrs. Mc
Kelvey of Eliza, and Mrs. Aitkin of
Colorado Springs, Col.
Mr. and Airs. Charles Shaw went to
Joy Tuesday to make a short visit
with Mrs. Downs.
Mrs. D. S.'Prenti6s returned to her
home in New Boston Tuesday after a
few days' visit with her parents, Ttfr.
and Mrs. H. B. Eshbach..
Rev. J. J. Thompson of Monmouth re
turned home Monday 'after making a
short visit with relatives here. He was
accompanied home by his sister. Miss
Margaret Thomson, who will spend a
few days In the city.
Mrs. Minnie Carroll left Tuesday for
Oklahoma, where she will spend a few
weeks with her nephew and wife, Mr.
and Mrs. O. Markham, in Oklahoma
City, and with her brother, H. A.
Markham, in Tuttle, Okla.
Mrs. D. J. Odell went to Joy Tuesday
to make a short visit with her mother,
Mrs. R. Culick.
The Sunbonnet club was entertained
by Mrs. W. H. Holmes and Mrs. L. P.
Boyd Tuesday afternoon at the home
of Mrs. Holmes. About 30 members
were present and a very pleasant af
ternoon was spent.
Miss Kate Smith, who has made a
few weeks' visit with ber cousins, Mr.
and Mrs. Elmer Fuller, and other
friends, left Monday for Tamo, Iowa,
where she will spend a few days with
her nephew, Charles Hunt, before re
turning to her home in Wilsonvilie,
Mrs. George A. Cooke, daughter. Miss
Martha, Bens, George and Thomas, and
Miss Bettie Erickson, went to Spring
field Tuesday to spend a few days
with the Judge and attend the fair,
A company of ladies went to the
country Tuesday and spent the day at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. E. Peterson.
a few miles east of this city.
Mrs. Harry B. Smith wect to Mon
mouth Tuesday to visit Mrs. Cora
Smith and other relatives.
Mrs. John M. DavU left Monday for
Chicago, where she was sent as a del
egate to the grand chapter of the
Order of Eastern Star which is being
held in that city.
"Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Lowry went to
Galesburg Monday to spend the day
Mr. and Mrs. G. Buford returned
home to KeUhsburg Monday after mak
ing a short .visit with Mrs. Buford's
mother. Mrs. L. B. Lloyd.
Mrs. Ed Carroll -went to Gaiesburg
Tuesday to spend the day.
Mrs. B. R. Winbigler was a Mon
mouth visitor Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. John Luman and Mr.
and Mrs. Thomas McMahoa of London
, Mills ad Mrs. Kate Carr of Canton
says light is harmful to beer.
Read what he says, then order
a case of Schlitz in Brown
"It is a known fact that sun
light and daylight influence
unfavorably the taste and
flavor of the beer and care
must be exercised in the
selection of the bottles."
J. Brand! (Zeitsctirift fur da seMmte Brauweaen, 1908, p. 333).
Dr. Robert Wahl, President
of the Wahl-Henius Institute
of Fermentologry, quotes
J. Brand in corroboration of
his own opinion recommend
ing the Brown Bottles.
See that crown or cork is branded Schlitz.
. n n ojl
PHone West 14
Carse & Ohlweilcr Co.
42S-43I Eleventh St., j
The Beer "
That Made Milwaukee famous;
returned .home Monday after a few
days' visit at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
W. S. Butcher. .
Sunday was Mrs. L B. Lloyd's 77th
birthday anniversary, and her daugh
ter, Mrs. Effie Buford of Keithsburg,
whose beautiful devotion and thought-
fulness brightens the otherwise lonely
life of her invalid mother, planned a
little birthday dinner in her honor. A
few old-time friends gathered at the
pleasant home and partook of the
bountiful dinner, a pleasing feature of
which was the birthday cake with its
77 lighted candles. In the afternoon
other friends called and enjoyed hear
ing the Incidents of long ago related by
those present Mrs. Lloyd is able to
ride out when the weather Is pleasant,
and as it was an ideal day, an automo
bile ride was planned, In which Mrs.
Lloyd and all the guests were taken
ij turn over the new paved streets of
the beautiful city. It was a day of
pleasure that will long be remembered
by the lovely lady in whose honor it
was given and by all who were so for
tunate as to be present, and all join
ed in wishing Mrs. Lloyd. many more
Mrs. J, L. Lockhart went to Joy
Tuesday to visit her sister, Mrs. C. S.
Mrs. Dickson of Quincy is visiting
at the home of her daughter, Mrs.
The social circle of the First Pres
byterian church will meet at the home
of Mrs. Christ Thede on Friday after
noon. The committee is Mrs. J. P.
Lemon, Mrs. S. A. Nelson and Mrs.
Attorney L. D. Kirkpatrlck went to
Oquawka Monday on justness.
Mrs. C. Galloway returned to her
home In Gaiesburg Saturday, after vis
iting here with her daughter, Mrs.
T. C. Henderson.
Mrs. S. B. Bolton spent Wednesday
with relatives in Alpha.
The Misses Mary Shoemaker and
Vina Greer gave a china shower Mon
day .evening at the home of Miss Shoe
maker as a prenuptial favor for Miss
Mary Mclntyre. A very pleasant
To stOD Itching
at once and drive
away all eruntion
al troubles, apply
Poslam; the de
' Dendable remedv.
which so readily
soothes a n c r v
skin and beats
eczema and all
skip diseases in
and comfort. Yon can observe the
troeress of healinc dav bv day. The
eradication of pimples and minor
blemishes is but a matter of the brief
. POSLAM SOAP is the soan cf soaps
for daily use. for toilet and bath, as a
means or imcrovinz color and iexture
of the skin and asaurme its coitiad
bfalth. Absolutely pure, it derives its
rare nenenciai necis irom meoicauun
with Pofclam Soothes babv's akin.
All drueeists seil Poslam nrlce 0
cents), and Poslam Scan &r!ce 25
crnts). For free samnles. write to
the Emereeccv Laboratories. 32 West
Twenty-aith elrett. isew York Cltv.
evening was spent and a delicious
luncheon was served. Miss Mclntyre
received many useful and pretty gifts.
Mr. and Mrs. A. Wycoff of Keiths
burg were Aledo visitors Wednesday.
Mr. and Mrs. T. D. Winders and
daughter. Miss Gladys, and son, Mas
ter William, spent Saturday with
friends in Rock Island.
It Is la time of sudden mishap. or
accident that Chamberlain's Liniment
can be relied upop to take the place
of the family doctor, who cannot al
ways be found at the moment Then
it is that Chamberlain's Liniment?. Is
never found wanting. In cases ,of
sprains, cuts, wounds and bruises
Chamberlain's Liniment talfes out yia
soreness and drives away the pain.
Sold by all druggists (Adv.)
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