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THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS. TUESDAY. OCTOBER 21, 1 9J3.
TO FIX UP ROAO
the only access to Rock Island from
MOLINE'S SECTION OF THE ARGUS
Day's News Happenings in Rock Island's Sister City .
uie iarmwg community to me souiu
And which is impassable mosc of
the time. It is planned to grade the
road and put a layer of rock on top
It will be remembered that a year
ago Mayor Sohriver with, the aid of
prisoners confined iii the county jail
and the donation of teams and labor
from farmers in that locality and from
public spirited citizens, .succeeded in
having the Ninth street road from
Sears-town to the first ATilan hriritra
ASK SPRING VOTE
'three parts, based upon the wedding
CARS WILL RUN
amount, wss sentenced to jail. Felix i face and head beaten to a jelly by
Moulis was held on J100 bonds. blows from a piece of gas pipe sup-
Yesterday morning Moulis found posed to have been wielded by a man
Amoiioki in a room with his wife at t giving his name as George Schultz.
the Aieulis lir.r.e. He attacked the! has been KtahiiKhi that f r-
Otto Seidlitz Secures Donations
for Improving Highway Be
tween Milan Eridges.
and the death of Minnehaha and Gie
departure of Hiawatha. . Dr. Charles
Allum of Chicago will'direct the can
tata and will pick the cast, insuring a
ON LOCAL OPTION
' satisfactory presentation. The second
! part of the program will be made up
I of selections from the oratorios given
intruder with an old knife blade, in
flicting a deep gash in. his chin.
During the investigation which fol-
Amelia Wille, 52. a widow who lived
in the rear of Thirty-fifth and YUet
Dunns Favors Progressives.
Springfield, 111., Oct. 21. Govorner
In au effort to have the road be
tween the Milan
bridges improved. imnr(vprt f ,.,. ih,M
Otto Seidlitz has started a subscrip- j quarters of a mile. Mayo. Schriver is
Ioline Ministerial Union Will ' by the chorus in other seasons.
Tri-CitV Railway Company Has j lowed, it was discovered by the author-
" I itlAG that A "hlin1 nin" . " i ci hnlnff nnry
tion paper and yesterday suceeded in j now anxious to have the road between
raising the sum of $150 for the work, j the bridges put in shape and desires
Mavor H. M. Schriver is also much in-i to acain secure the aid of nrimners at
- : t , .
j Confer With Temperance
Force at Work on Its Sev- ducted by Mf and Moulig &nd
enth Street Line. it was in this way that they had met
jAmonski. Friends of the couple have
i been in the habit of visiting the Moulis
TO OPERATE IT AS A STUB 'home on Sundays and getting all the
NEW OFFICE FOR
Dunne today told Raymond Robins he j terested In the project and is ex- the county jail. He would ultimately
would consider the Question of making) erting much of his time aiding the Hike to see a brick road, 12 feet in
all minority appointments from the movement looking toward the better- width, leading from the city limits
ranks of the progressive party. ing of the Ninth street road .which is clear to Milan.
. : i
REPORT AT NEXT MEETING
oeer uiey want to drink, it is said.
New Members Added and Com'
mittees for Year Announced
by the President.
Moline Man. Said to Be in Line
for Place as Trade Agent
At Its regular meeting yesterday the
Jtfoline Ministerial union decided to
Grading on Fourth Street from Fourth
to Sixteenth Avenue 'Will Be
IYople living on Seventh street
south of . Seventeenth avenue are to
SALOON KEEPERS PAYING
Forty-three of the 62 saloons in the
city had been relicensed at noon to-;
tiay for the cominc half vear. Swan '
j Larson, as usual, was first, and re-,
have street car service this fall, if had j . ... nsf,r j
Andrew Olson, former mayor of Mo-
;jToUow the example of the Rock Island ! Hne, who has been mentioned as being
Jtininisters and confer with the temper- in line for a place in the consular serv- jweather does not hamper the construe-: Larson will return to the business at;
nce organizations of the city in re-ce, may get something of a different tion forces of the Tri-City Railway ; o-O Fifteenth street, after having en
?card to putting the local option ques-! na'ure if a lflte dispatch from Wash- 'company to an unusual extent. Poles i gaged in other occupations for some
1on before the voters at the spring ! ington ,a ,0 be credited. This story ' to carry the trolley are being set from j time. 'Axel Lundeen opens a new sa
lection. The temperance committee ! lias il ,1,at Mr- Olson and Thomas' seventeenth to Twenty-eighth avenuejlcon at 1310 Fourth avenue. The ad
!was instructed to take the matter up i Rees the ,atter of Springfield, will and the laying of the track will begin j dition makes it necessary to close
Vith the Law and Order league, the' be recommended by Senator Lewis for Ishortly. Only a few weeks are needed ' a saioon somewhere else in order
Scandinavian Temperance union' and ; Places as trade agents for Illinois as to complete the work and then a stub j to keep the number down to 62, which
(Nhe W. ('. T. I., and to make a report j soon as Secretary Redfield of the de-,service will be inaugurated, the carsjis the maximum under the city-ordi-Jt
the next meeting to be held Nov 3 ; Part"1' of commerce completes his making connection with those on the! nances.
'jftev. J. Jl. Miller, chairman of jhe ' Pians for trade e:itellsion- The offices , Elm street line. -
imperance committee, was named as are new 815,1 st ,s not known here ex- j At the same time that the company' Condition Not Changed.
lf;lpgate to the Nat!onal Anti-Saloon ' actIv hat Ule duties win De- Thein-'is building the Seventh street stub, I Harold Eastman, son of Commis
Vague convention to be held at Colum-' fpr'"nre' however, is that they will in- grading is to be" started on Fourth . sioner K. J-. Eastman, who fell down
Tin Ohio Nov 10-13 elude considerable original mvestiga-
viv .,'' ,."ft,i,rl' h!ti" into trade conditions with a view
the union at vesterdav s meetlne Thpv I'"K o"e rraea.ai ana
were Revs. Albert M. .Johanson, Percy
r. Ladd. C. J. Nelson, 8. M. Miller and
, . The paper of the day was read by
,Rr. Sarrtifl iJ. Miller, hj topic be.
Irg "Socialism from a Moral and Eth
.lal Standpoint." So well mas the sub
ject handVd that Mr. Miller was in
so that it will be in good shape for
the tracks in the spring.
M I ('II Btll.DIXG THEHK.
Mayor M. R. Carlson has been' active
;in urging upon the company the need
! of the two lines and the necessity
! tries in the Panama exposition at !0f .rprtinsr thp work under wav at once.
ait. uees oe-, janj- residences are being built both
street from Fourth to Sixteenth ave-.tne elevator shalt at 'he Reliance
nuf. If the ground can be moved this j building Sunday, continues to be in
fall it will settle during
Underwear of standard quality
the only kind you will find m our immense stocks
The splendid success of our underwear business is due entirely
to our untiring efforts each year to surpass the previous year
in completeness of assortments, quality of the merchandise,
desirabiltiy of the styles and lowness of the prices this week
we are featuring underwear front famous mills the very best
.procurable as well as the most durable qualities.
It will be recalled that both Mr. Ol
son and Mr. Rees recently declined a
proffered place as members of the
commission which has gone to endeav
or to interest South American coun-
San Francisco in 1915.
about the same condition. He shows1
na sign of recovering the use of the j
lower part of liia bodv. which was1
paralyzed, probably from concussion
of the brain, the physician says. There
is little fear of a fatal termination.
vited to peak at the next meeting on ! cl:ned to K . bPra,Ise ,lls w ife coul(1 Ion South Seventh street and on Fourth ;
"Soc'alism from an Economic Stand
4 OM MIT'IKKV MMt:lt.
Following are the committees for.
. tshe year announced by ihe president:
Program J. K. Connor, chairman;
. V. li. Klau-r. Percy C. Ladd.
. UBI' lll.ll, U1IIM1 .n. .,1111,1, f. J IU J U,1 , ....
! against me time wuen mere might De
! vacancies in desirable government
1 1 positions.
not go with him, the party traveling on street.
a warship from winch women are ex-jmpreiv
( eluded by law. Mr. Olson, when the car ).; and a good roadway there that
place was offered to him, had not Lection is einertpd to hecom. n scer.e
sumcient time to arrange r.ls business
affairs to make connection with the
Samuel M. Miller, A. Royd,
- r. J. Nelson. L. K. Klii3on.
Municipal nffalrs R. ?. Haney,
UairmHn: I.. M. Haverma'.e (others tq
lfn TWfmed Infer!. !
Rundiy observance J. A. Hurley,
chairman; E. A. Lagerstrom. Edward
Temp r ince -J. II. Miller,
fnnn; All-rt M. Johnson. O.
ySghlin, Malcolm F. TilIr,
lhompsfn. J. M. Osborne.
steamer at Panama. It was stated at
the time that Senator Lewis would
both the Illinois men in mind
SHOOTS HER BROTHER
DECIDE TO CALL
Scandinavian Temperance Un-
ion Will Seek Sentiment on
i Spring Campaign.
At present Fourth street is j Hanover, X. II. A petition signed
a valley and once there is a , v.v ,, i,,iroJ n.rtmnih tn-.
t dents was sent to Governor Felker of
: New Hamnshire askinir th:it Harrv
of building activity. The company, j Thaw be frep( GoVernor Felker is a
under the terms of its franchise, is to j Dartm0uth man.
build a storm drain on Fourth street.
1. 1 t 1 C 1
asea on the Dresent hitfh market nrices or cotton ana woo
our showing of underwear at these prices are the Lest values
ever offered in Moline and by far the greatest assortments
Distributers for Moline of the famous " Carter" underwear
PAY MORE FaONEY
East Moline Council Raises Li
cense Fee from i$ 100 to
$500 Per Year.
Robert Hunter, aged 14, and son of
Mr. and Mrs. M. Hunter, is laid up at
his home, 1927 Twenty-eighth avenue.
suffpring from a gunshot wound in the
right instep as the result of fin attempt
to teach his u-year-old sister to shoot.
The children were out in the wood
with A ??-mlitir riflo wliieh the hnv
was firing t ,.eh target nfforprt iQution of Increasing Salocn License
NO CHANGE FOR RETAILER
A mass meeting of the Scandina
S'inn Temperance uuion will be held
noon to discuss the proponed campaign
for making the city "dry," which It
i proposed to conduct iti the spring.
This was decided at meeting last
evening. No time or place has been
fixed for the meeting. Revs. A. M.
Jolinnson. E. A. Lagerstrom and C. J.
Nelson were named as a committee
to confer with other temperance or
ganisation of the city with reference
"o the matter.
Rer. Mr. .tohanson was elected to
succeed Rev. N. P. Glemaker as presi
dent of the union, the latter having
removed from the city. He was also
Appointed delegate to attend the na
league at Columbus. Ohio, next month,
witli Rev. Mr. Lagerstrom alternate
themselves. The little girl pleaded
to be allowed to learn to shoot and
Robert permitted her to take the rifle,
which was loaded and cocked. Xo
sooner had the tot taken hold of the
gun than she pulled the trigger, the
bullet striking the boy's rjght foot.
Fee and Number of Saloons
It will cost wholesale liquor deal
ers and brewers $500 per annum to
deliver good3 in East Moline hereafter.
j Washington James P. Maher has
been appointed clerk of the supreme
court to succeed the late James ' H.
Kenney. Mr. Maher began his con
nection with the court 48 years ago as j
Alton, 111 Fire in the Standard Oil j
plant at Yager Park, one mile east of
here, destroyed the railroad station,
caused the explosion of six carloads 'of
oil and then spread to the naphtha
house, in which five barrels of naph
tha were stored. The naphtha did not
Pekin, 111. At the conference of the
Illinois German Bap'ists the principal
address was by Rev. yerman Koch,
pastor of the South Chicago church.
who discussed progressive revival
work and special preparations to ob
tain desired results.
Silk and wool "Carter" union
- suits, $1.98 to $2.98.
Pure white fine ribbed silk and wool union
suits, elbow or long sleeves full length
Bilk crochet trimmed.
"Carter" all wool union suits,
$2.50 to $3.50.
Fine white ribbed high or low neck el
bow or long sleeves, elastic wrists and
ankles made from pure Australian wool.
"Carter" natural wool union suits, $1.98 to $2.25
Luxurious, warm, wool nion suits high nook, long
sleeves full length regular or extra sizes.
Wool pants and vest, 75c to $1.25, Children's wool union suits,
Finest qulity all wool vests and pants 98c tO $1.25.
ribbed and fashioned-greys and whites- Fine ribd' 811 wo1 ,un,n 6"it8 chi'-
dren complete range of sUes, 2 to 16 years
regular or extra sizes. whit.-nd natural colors.
With some difficulty the lad reached . instead of 1100. The city council at
borne where he secured surgical aid.
Th wound Is not considered serious.
North Platte, Neb. Homeseekers to
the number of 18,362 have registered
lure for lands in the North Platte for-
CHORAL UNION IN
CHANGE OF PLAN
PERMANENT HOME FOR '
NURSES IS PURCHASED
Quarters for the 22 nurses employed
by the institution have been secured
by the Tri-City sanitarium on Fif
teenth street. The residence of
Thomas McElroy, north and west of
the sanitarium, has been purchased
through the agency of Ro'fM Rank.
The lot has a frontage of 50 Jeet on
Twelfth avenue and Is 113 feet deep.
There is a 13 rconi house on it which
is nearly new and will be well adapt
as a curse's home with a litt'e remod
eling. Quarters for nurses have been
of the Anti-Saloon f Provided hertofore in a leased dwell
ing which has been outgrown, the in
stitution having doubled its capacity
in the last five years.
its meeting last evening voted to in
crease the license fee. The question
of increasing the license of retailers
of liquor from $750 to $1,000 and add
ing two more saloons, making 20 iu
the city, was not passed upon. There
will be additional discussion of this
subject at the next meeting.
Property owners west of Seventh
street to the number of 159 signed
a petition which presented to the coun
cil asking that no saloon be allowed
in that section of the city. It had
been surmised that one of the two
additional places, which it was pro
posed to open, would be given a per
mit to do business west of Seventh.
An ordinance providing for the nu-ia,"ei discriminations against the ne
cleus of a full paid fire department!0 were denounced by Oswald Garri-
was passed. It makes it the duty of
Decides to Give "D?ath of Min
nehaha" This Winter In
stead of "Iolanthe."
I es- reserve and Fort Niobrara military
reservation. Registration will close j
I Saturday &t midnight. The drawing i
will occur three days later,
S : : n Francisco Julius Kriittschnitt,
chairman of the Southern Pacific
board of directors, intimated that the 1
retroactiveness cf the Sherman anti
trust law wi'.l be tested when the gov
ernment brings suit to wrest the Cen
tral Pacific from the con rol of the
Southern Pacific railroad.
Baltimore Segregation and other
feds. iT'MMMlnMm. ' - mnU. ' Vi frw.i fV
the fire .marshal to co-operate with
teachers in the public schools in in
structing the children in fire preven
fF.l JOHSO THE MOKV.
After long considering, the matter
the council voted to send Dr. G. F.
Johnson, former mayor, a check for
TRI-CITY K. OF P. WILL
BE INVITED TO FEAST
At the next meeting of S". George
lodge, Knights of Pvthias. three candi-jU25 in payment for balance due him
dates wi'.l b given Ibe third degree Us salary for his unexpired term. Dr.
and there will be a banquet to which j Johnson is now in California, having
members of the order in Rock Island, (left while holding office. No succes
navemort. Watertown and Port By-! or for Uie unexpired term was
ron will be invited. There will be
Instead of Gilbert and Sullivan's
1IU give Coleridge-Taylor's "DcTh
M Mimieiiuha." a cantata. This
decided at the meeting, held last even-
hic. when tiie rogratn for the holi
day season was reconsidered. "Tale
f Japan," by the same author, was
'fiven last year ti'.Y. much success.
"The Dea,th of Minnehaha" is in ii;g.
jimpromp'.u addresses and A. E. Dan
I ie'.son. delegate from here to the state
meeting at Decatur, wi.i mane a re
pcrt. Two candidates were given the
second degree last evening.
Tungsten lights are to be placed for
street illumination in Cottage Grove
and New Shops additions and in the
part of the city adjoining Watertown,
It was stated at the council meeting, j
son Willard, president of the New
York Even ing "Post, and other speak
ers at a mass meeting here under the
auspices of the local branch of the
National Association for the Advance
ment of Colored People.
Berlin Kmperor William instructed
the German foreign office o convey
through the German embassy at Wash
ington his majesty's regrets at the
death of the late Adolphns Busch of
St. Louis, at whose funeral ho will be
Moline; sales 'agents for
"Richelieu" mercerized union suits,
$1.98 to $2.25.
Women's union suits of highly mercerized
fabric like silk in appearance- and texture
. high neck and long sleeves regular and
renowned ""Ricnelieu" underwear
."Richelieu" wool union. suits,
$1.49 to $2.25.
Finest quality wool ribbed union suits
pure white soft finished inside noted for
their warmth either regular or extra 6izes.
Lace yoke "Richelieu" mercerized union suits, $2.50 to $2.98
Madft from the highest select grade of cotton rtnd mer
cerized finish lace yokes no sleeves ankle length.
Medium weight "Richelieu" suits,
98c to $1.25."
Fine ribbed cotton suits fall weight
high or low neck elbow'or long sleeves
full length regular or extra sizes.
"Richelieu" ribbed cotton suits,
98c to $1.25.
Women's fine ribbed "Richelieu make"
cotton union suits mercerised taped neck
and shoulders, full ankle length regular and
' extra sizes.
Milwaukee The identity of the
woman v.ho was strangled with
her own silk scarf and her
Other famous underwear mills represented by Lundt & Co. Mentor, Royal
Mills, Subway and Excellsior makes and many others of minor importance
V Kent Ccft Citea tj Oat Mi Hil It
Is Ui inHnf of l'ts t ww :irk4 b
llruiftr u4 lBlca.nitnc7 KtiKiKMlna. 1
u oaly b hiv It kr,ww. f-r
uine jcir. I trW rmtT t'.r-t
iwwM. AjcLnr it doctor, lvl ork
fiimt at I rcmrel vm f trmponry.
naiT. I torn i rriucdr Ut ruivd
eovipiily, co4 It ku unt rtirBc4. I
vlia U u ft ftiitbcr wao .- trribTy
aCicw4 ftod crcft tartadra wiim
Uta, fto4 it eetr4 csr la trtry cua.
I lut TnrT .itprr trsa ftr torm 0t
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mir ftni ftoO t'Krc ul I ui k
Icm ! UJ. After Joa LT mm4 It ftad
II ku pna ItarU ia I- tai I. a-Mokd-lttr
bum ef c'irln four l.twaKiauun. m mf
oft w tr . cm imi. mi
un. 1 a ftot van I ynt K.omm
r brftlT mi&4 to k4 ic
fftlrf Wbw ftflrr say taoar wbtm ftoatrlTft
rsiiof t ibiw ftCetAa ye tit Ova'i imiag.
Mark B. 4ckm. K 1 Gmrf Bu4
WILL BE OPENED TONIGHT iNo. 3 District Ha. Work Laid Out for!
EvangelUt'c services will open at j h Season. !
the First Methodist church this even-i Three teachers conferences will be.
Kev. Chester Birch, who will ""
'conduct them, arrived yesterday from mi aoa turrounains ,
i Poplar Bluff, Mo., where he has just
L-.-.-.j- i m. season.
schools, duricc the
The first will be in East Mo-!
' 1 ; x- 00 . 1 1 . n i -
work here he will have the assistance j1'" - .-.iv.s jan.
under the ' ' "ue ' r-ast .-woune
rrl d-i... March SI. Books studied will Include
of a large chorus choir
leadership of Trofessor
and he will assist in the musical pro- I Sutherland on i "The Teac hing of Geog
Stove Polish )fSN-:
from VSv I
I others because more - x''VI
grams with his cornet.
I &YC TRAP CflD A TUICC'0nal aroinations the questions
LHIi innr run m inicrifie lased vpon ..Step3 in Engi;
East Molirte Man Hides in Closet and
Julius Johnson was bound over to
the grand Jury in the sum of $500 In
police court in East Moline yesterday,
the charge being larceny. Peter Will
marth made the complaint, claiminc
iraphy" and Carver on "Principles of'
Rural Eco flora ies." In the central and
f"The Prcgressive Speller." "Evai I
:i;ne" and "The Man Without a Coun-
FAMOUS FOR CO A TS AND SWTS
THE BIG STORE ON THE BROADWALK
Sent to Jail. j
Attorney P. R. Ingeison, represent j
ing J. Amonski in Police Magistrate j
Gust&fson'a court this mnrnlnr at. i
mai ne caugnt jonnson in the act of; tempted to show that his client had
'"7 "UU1 luv iocke oi nis been a victim of a conspiracy, but
viumiug. niumino, u seems, bad
suspected Johnson of previous theft
evidence given by the complainant
serTed to break down this defens
.uU " uur-u ,u m ciosei ana Amonski, therefore, was fined $100
waited Ull he caught his man. Jand costs and on failure to pay the
care is taken in
ing and the materials used are
of higher grade,
Make a brilliant, silky polish that does not
rub ort or 3ut on. and the fchmc laut four
times as lor.f u-i ordinary fttov-o po.ian.
Cstpd an Hjrnpic stoves And tli by
A I "!: if txa C It on yo'ireokitor,
four fr,r te or vxr c rnr. It yom
k ttiuJ ir f bcbst stvffe ut ver urt.
BLACK SILK STOVE POLISH WO"K3
Car Stack SUkAir-Ornnfirwi CuiMlnpM,
Vc Mac ilatal eo4ia for allTer. ntckal or
ii M cqiaj lur vac an auUMaoteiaa.
We re ready for tlie men witK tne greatest stock of high grade
derwear ever shown in Moline
. Men's wool ribbed suits,
S1.50 to $4.50.
' The finest qualtty pure vool ribbed union
gnita for men nhlte. grey or cream bade
with the new patented closed crotch per
fect form fitting any size desired.
Men's wool mixed shirts and
Men'e Vool mixed ribbed ahirtg and draw
ers soft finished elastic ankles and 'rristf
Men's fine camel s hair undergarments, 98c
- 50 dozen garments fine soff finish camel's hair shirts
and drawers natural color all sizes.
Boys' wool union suits, 98s to $1.50.
, Men's wool shirts and drawers,
Fnre wool-rfjst finish ahirta and drawers
tBy aize In grey or tan silk finished tops.
Boys' heavy ribbed wool union suits com
plete size range from C to IS years wsv