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THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 23.1913,
MOLINE'S SECTION OF THE ARGUS
Day's News '.Happenings in Rock Island's Sister City
moline IS AFTER
candidates ware initiated to the Pat
1 riarchal, Golden Rule and Royal--Pur-i
pie degrees. E. Prleffer, chief staff in
! structor of the state, being in charge.
'Afterward there was an oyster supper
I and a number of addresses were given,
t Among those speaking were Mr. Pfief-
i fer, P. C. Anderson of -Chicago and .P.
State Building and Loan ASSO-lO.' Fisher. J. A. McClellan and Charfes
Ciation League Asked to irrison. all past patriarchs Qf the
. lctal encampment. There were visit-
Meet Here in 1914. !crs present. from Rock Island, East
' '. I Moline and Encampment NT"152 of
this city. . i
IN SESSION AT CAPITAL
Mayer Carlscn and A. G. Brown Go to
Present Invitation From
PEN LOOMS FOR
Mayer M. R. Carl?on and A. G.
Jlrown, secretary of the Greater Mo
line committee, left this afternoon for
-Springfield to attend the convention
cf the Illinois Building and I-Oan As
oc!ateion leas'ie. They hope to se
cure the convention next year for thin
iiy. Rockford and Quny are also
iaid to be after the meeting The
lor&l deler.f en havp a utrnnir n.inr to
muko in favor v.t Mniinp in the rerpnt reorla yesterday.
remarkably Miccess'ul campaign for
the reorganization of the Homestead
A- Ioan association, in which $500,000
HMK I-HO I 1114 l..
Mr. Bron has just returned from
his argument mainly upon the value
iof the feathered tribe to agriculture
! and horticulture. As an . illustration
! rf thuip --l- :. T : .- .J n-n lncrft
pests be told of the experience or
Baron Berlitz in Germany, who was
i a great lover of birds. On his estate
! of a dozen or so acres the baron made
Palmer every possible provision to induce
birds to nest. Food and water were
l provided, together with trees and
j shrubs ordinarily used by different va
jrifcties to build nests in. The result
was that several hundred pairs of
birds annually made their home on his
One summer a plague of caterpil-
J was destroyed all about the barons
i cctato Vint rl.n-m.-A - Arva trt(PA
Palmer was also taken into custody - t d back the invading horde
frJi "?!!o -sects and the vegetation was
Art King and "Dude'
Accused of Looting Milwau
kee Freight Car.
Arrested yesterday afternoon on the j
charge of stealing potatoes from 8 Mil
waukee freight car in the local yards.
Art King declared that "Dude'' Palmer i lars swept the country.
was the real thief.. Accordingly,
ASK FOR CHARTER
Moline Club Takes Step Toward I
Perfecting Its. Organiza-. ; t
tion.,. . i s; ::;';.j!
Tho lecturer also told of the. cruel-
-' tiA l.an1D nt t'nfl foHornl ft ii t h nr. t ie .
William Butterworth. Dr, W. E. . i'.
, . . . , ' . I uuu" V. TV ities Practiced in the business of gath-
Taylor at Implement Mak- of an amendment to the tateraute e
ers Convention. . ' "mef7e law, hJch " Sr: ly for women's hats.
' i ious offense to break the seal of
- j freight car carrying interstate ship-j
Moline men are taking a prominent ments.
part in the annual convention of the! Th potatoes were shipped from j
National Implement and Vehicle as-' Wisconsin to Frank Melin of this .city, j
. , . . , , iProseculion was inaugurated by F. W.j
sociatlon, which opened Its sessions 7, ,,,,... rnaA i
!4 Cll CI V I llU .1U M v - v u. v w J
claimed that between 60 and SO bush-i
els were taken. .
Object Intellectual - development of ;
Members; Meetings to" B ; '-.-'
. . . Held Monthly. "J. t K i
. . ; if ' -
DENIES HE HAS
f'hicaito. where be represented the 'rienda.
Crcatfr Moline committee a; the fourth! ,n nis fpPrt to the convention Mr.
annual fellowship co lference cf the j Gutter orth urged the roembern to
llllno'ii mercantile clubn. held under Jdo ,nelr Part ,n encouraging the good
th auspices of the Chicago Asoria-! road movement, which, he declared,
flon of Commerce. The Mcline man '8 intimately connected with the use
responded to n address of welcome :of vehicles end affected noticeably,
and was a mem'jer of the resolutions i tnough '"directly, the implement busi-
'mmlttfe. In his address and In tbejne8S-
rt solutions, which were finally adopt- j . ,. , . . 777,,-., '
ed. an a strong re. ommendation that : PUUn NIC-N FALL WHEN '
Die eld Illi'iois Federation of Commer-! CPACCni niMfl DDCAIC
own i i uluiiiu uiiLnnd
worth is president of the organization
and called it to order. Dr. V. E.
Taylor was named as a member of
the nominating committee. Mr. Butter-1 hotel, and it was through this trans
worth traveled to Peoria on his house- action that suspicion was fixed upon
boat, the Kalitan, taking a party of ! him- H claims that he sold the tub
ers, ror rainier, me oitense is pun
ishable with a term in the penitentiary.
King sold io bushels of potatoes Manager Adolphson of Olympics
boarding bouse in the old agner, j tr
says uuesses as to new
Material Are Off. '
c!h1 liilm tie reorganized. This feder- j
Ht'on has for two years been inactive.
Otio Brinnigan. a tinner in the em-
After tl,e principal meeting which I ploy of G- a Tuba!- s'e-l a dislo-
s held at the Shrnian hutej. Mr.
tron reniiilned fcr furtber confer
ence of delegates from out of town.
ENCAMPMENT DOUBLES ITS
MEMBERSHIP IN A YEAR
At the next ni:etinj; of Plow City
encampment No. I. O. O. F., a
If.rge number will bo luitlated, increas
ing the membership to double what it
wan a ye-jr ago. hunt evening a dozen
cation of a shoulder in a fall from a
scaffold at the new saloon of Axel
Lunrleen on Fourth avenue near Fif
teen"h street at 10 o'clock this morn
ing Three other workmen fell at the
same time, but ali escaped Hnharmed.
All were at work on the ceiling at the
time. A long timber which euoportea
the scaffold broke In the middle and
the four men w-ere thrown 10 reet to
FOR THE BIRDS
Henry Oldys Tells at the High
School of Value of Feath
Henry Oldys, traveling under the
Manager Adolphson of the Olympics
denies that Butzer or Siler, former llli-
i nois university stars, or Soderstroin of
; the Illini, w ill be in the lineup of the
Olympics against the Rock Island ln
I dependents in this city Sunday. He ad
I mits that there have been some
! changes in the team, but declares that
all the guesses as to his new material
: have been wrong. He promises to sub
I mit an authentic lineup before the
game. The manager declares that
there will be no rough work in this
contest, which will go far toward de-! organization will be somewhat similar
ciding the amateur championship of ,n a'nls t ne contemporary ana hort
l hey rank as better
Leathers of Dull Calf,
Patent, Suede and the
new Tans. All the new
models in toes, high.
lqv.A)r receding. Opera,
Cuban or Low Heels.
$2i50, $3.00, $3.50
' to $6.00 '
We want especially to call your attention to our wo--men's
shoes at S3.00 and We believe they are
the best shoes ottered at similar prices.' You will
think so, too, after a trial. " . J." '
Sizes and widths to fit every foot. .Our expert shoe ,
service insures a just right .shoe for evcrv occasion.
Next Tuesday evening the Moline !
university club w ill be formally
launched at tlvc Moline Commercial
club. - Officers will be elected and com- ';
mittecs named. The membership will
be limited to college men in Moline
and vicinity, those otherwise eligible 1
living within' a radius of 10 miles being ;
admitted to full membership.'.' - i
At a meeting last evening the con-:
stitution and by-laws prepared by a ,
committee named at a previous ses-i
slon were' adopted. A comtnlt.ee com-!
posed of R. S. Hoafcrd, C. A. Wash-j
burn and L. A. Paradise was named i
to nominate officers, while another j
committee consisting of Frank Lan-;
des, Max Slovsky and Clark G. Ander- j
son was instructed t oat once apply I
for a license to incorporate. I
Meetings will be held at the Moline i
club r 00 nis for the present, regular i
rlntpn hotnff thn fnnrth Tnosflai- rt fifW :
month. There will he no conflict with t . ..:
j the purposes of any other local or-iwitll Morrison has fallen through be-1 wns some rtimcrfifv In seliihg 'ihtt pnint-
t"",""uu' ,uc :- cause that eleven had a contract with I Jug. and the artist kept the canvas bT
tual development of members. At j the Clinton school which the latter re-1 him. Ho nlwavs said he would be
regular meetings members will be call-, fused to waive. If Lincoln comes all i wrapped In It when be was burled and
eu upon 10 reaa papers or omerwise dates will be filled. j even went so far as to ask Chnntre? If
uihcuss topics or cunenx interesr. xne;
DAVENPORT. MOLINE ROCK ISLAND.
W. O. W. Plan Sociable.
At its next meeting Tuesday, Nov. I
the state this fail. Neither team has nightly clubs of Davenport. While the 4. the Moline camn of the Woodmen
auspiceo of the Illinois Audubon so- j been defeated thus far. and neither club will be primarily for Moline men ; of the World will have a sociable to J
ciety. spoke at the high school assem-1 has been even scored upon. It is ex
bly room last evening. His appear- pected that at least 2.500 will see the
ance, here should give impetus to the game at Browning field
local movement for the conservation
Mr. Oldys, who is a noted ornitholo
gist and scientist, made a strong ap-
the ric:r. Brtnnigan s shoulder struck j peal for the forming of Audubon so
cne of the supports. cieties all over the country- He based
Coach Iiart;;ell is putting the Olym
pics through hard practice, and hopes
to have them at their best and with
a number of new plays perfected when
they go into action.
3 The Store of Quality
ANOTHER ARREST IN
THAT GAMBLING CASE
those from East Moline, Rock Island
and Davenport will be admitted on
equal terms. Resident, non-resident
and honorary membership are provid
ed for in the rules of organization.
111-113 West Second Street.
ds ox Suits
Nick Kapautias is the latest to be
arrested on the charge of gambling
in connection with recent operations
at the coffee house at 224 Third ave-
nuo V I ti una taL-on intrt fiiQtnHv nn a
warrant sworn out by Mike Spilotis, cnt The pastor, Rev. A. E. I.ager
SWEDISH BAPTISTS HOLD
MANY COTTAGE MEETINGS
Swedish Baptists are showing much
interest in the revival meetings being
conducted by Revs. Eric Carlson and
Charles Palm of Chicago. Cottage
prayer meetings each afternoon are
drawing well. Yesterday afternoon a
meeting was held at the home of
Charles Nelson, 3135 Thirteenth street.
at which both evange".isi:s were pros
which members of the society In Rock
Island and Davenport will be invited.
This was decided at the regular meet
ing last evening.
as his executor he would ruicii nis
wishes on that point. '
'No doubt." answered the seulptnr.
"I shall bury you rolled up In yonr
picture if it Is one of the eonditinns of
your will, but I would take you up
next day and unroll you!"
at $25 and $19.75
STYLE? Let us eliminate the matter-of. "style," of "smartness," of "fashion
ing." in which we have always maintained the lead, and get right down to
tlue details that we can. see the 'curving of the lines, .the shaping of the
shoulders, the details of construction, the real details that make our patrons our pa
trons forever. There's where the "A. & S. Garments" stand alone. There is where
they have made their phenomenal "hit," where they've "made good."
Suita $19.75 to $25
who says he was in the game Friday
night, whc complainant lost $300 of
his hard earned cash at the foregoing
number. The proprietors of the
place, George Spiros and Tom Tar
nanus, are now under $200 bond each
for a hearing Saturday on the charge
of keeping a gaming house and Spilotis
threatens to swear out other warrants.
Gambling among the foreign element
of the city seems in a fair way to be
TEACH CLASS IN STORE
strom. conducted a meeting at the
home of L. G. Westerberg, 1430 Elev
enth street.. This afternoon Mr. Carl
son was in charge or a meeting at the
home of Rev. J. A. Freeman, 1915 Fif
teenth street; Mr. Palm at the home
of Mrs. Tillle Swanson, 1149 Sixth ave
nue, and Mr. Lagerstrom at the home
of Mrs. Selma Johnson, 421 Sixteenth
avenue. Tomorrow afternoon . the
meetings will be held at the home
of Mrs. John C. Chellman, 504 Fifth
avenue, by Mr. Palm, and at the home
of Mrs John C. Lindley, 509 Twelfth
avenue, by Mr. Carlson.
Lundt & Co.. Arrange for Instruction
In order to place the advantages of
the salesmanship course, to be given
. ll.fi IT A ll.iu Inln. n ltliln
CI 1. llic 1 . v. LI1IO 1- 1 11 LCI , Tl 1 1 11 1 11 i . . - i . j . i
, ,, ' who for lo years has been In business . their strange
reach of all members of their selling i . . , ... .....
VETERAN GROCER SELLS
BUSINESS AND RETIRES
Charles Q. Hogberg. the grocer.
Lundt & Co., have employed
Combats In Which the Weapons Se
lected Were Avalanches.
. An extraordinary duel was fought
i near Moct Blanc in France. Ttvu
youns men who hnd fallen In love with
the same girl arranged to tight a duel,
with nature as decider of the result.
Selecting n part of that inountuinous
district, many thousand feet up, where
! avalanches are known to fall at fre
! fiient intervals, Uie lovers agreed to
take It in turns to stand for a given
time in the most dang. rou spot that
could be found. The Idea was that
wheh one was killed by an avalanche
the other should be free to propose
to the girl whom they both loved. In
this ense the idea became a fact.
This is not the only Instance on rec
ord of a duel by avalanche. A few
years ago two Iatlliius, named Guetta
and Sorato, decided to test fate in this
manner, and also for tbe love of a
For three mornings fhey tempted na
ture, but nothing: serious happened. On
the fourth day Guetta was knocked
down by a falling avalanche, but not
much hurt. Then it was that their
food supply gave out. and they return
ed home to get some more. By this
time tbe police hnd come to hear ofl
duel, and threatened them
mprisonment So tbe un-
c. au uuer, wuo is 10 luauuii . , 0 . f,arar iamaa
to employes at the store once a week
.1 1 1 s-, a . i . i ....
iu i. ji. v.. A. ciass, w give ictiuies , ., ,n.:mlI tha ,w
I from 5:30 to 6:30 p. in. The class
s tlio V A.T C A u ill niuot tni- llm
first time this fail Nov. 3. At the
Poesess these features of distinctive
ness and character to a high degree.
They're superior to Suits other houses
show at $30.00 and $35.00.
In navy and hague blue, hunters'
green, taupe, mahogany. 'brown, wis
taria, plum and black. Swagger cut
away coats with the new mandalin
sleeve, some with collar and cuffs of
embossed plush, others of velvet, still
others have. silk and wool mate'.asi-.e
collar and cuffs, while others are se
In addition to the Broadcloths there
are Suits of pattern matelaere. wool
brocbe, striped eponge, mannish mix
tures, serges, cheviot and wales, in
all the new shades and staple eolers;
tailored and novelty trimmed style.
In all there are over 50 Distinct Mod
els in the two combined groups. All
regular slies up to 44 bust, and extra
Urge and odd sizes. 43 to 55.
CWce 19.75 to $25
announced that he had sold to P.
firm name of P. J. Kail &. Co. Mr.
Hogberg will take a rest. Mr. K-tl
has for a number of years been em-! of his choice. London Answers
ployed as molder with the Root &
daunted rivals settled ttsj-tr differences
in another and less adventurous way.
They drew lots for their lady love.
Scrato won. and after Guetta bad left
the village he was inarrlud t the girl
first session anyone who is intered!vanDer Engineering compan v. CTRFMPTH OF A I IMPFT
may attend, admission being by cards u.hl,. Mp M" h. O' STRENGTH OF A LIMPET.
which will be distributed among busi
netis houses of the city.
WILL CONTINUE CLASSES
Night School for Foreigners Looking;
For Place to Meet.
Permission to use the John Deere
school in East Moline for hjs night
class of foreigners having been with
drawn. Prof. Thor Norberg of Rock
Island states that he proposes to con
tinue the work in other quarters. This
evening the class will assemble at one
of the coffee houses in the city and
will be given a treat at the expense of
the teacher. The question of finding
another meeting place will be dis
cussed. In the beginning the class was small,
but the number Increased till there are
j F0 members enrolled for the study of
English. This" taxed the capacity of
the school room and so the board-of!
education voted to withdraw consent j
to the use of the school.
Newest Styles in Lace
The new shadow lace, nets, etc., high or low
r.eck. long or short sleeves, some with the new
frill neck, all have the wanted drop shoulders:
they are lined either with net or silk and come
Hi plain white or ecru. Some trimmed with blo;
or pink ribbons. All sixes. Most stores wou!d
k $4.0 and $5.00 for such waists, -our
$15 and $18 S uits $10.90
Suits with style, "Dash,- "Swing." Long cuta
way coata. some plain, others with trimmed backs
atd velvet collars. 8kirts are narrow at the
ankle, draped and trimmed in accord with coat.
Materials axe serges, wales, diagonals and chev
iots In navy, brown and black. Homespun twilla
and mannish mixtures. All lined with silk or
Suaranteed satin. Plenty of all ia a
sixes. A , wonderful value at $1UU
3 Where Fashion Reigns
A Karil nam
- u. i viv n , .1. 1 1. . , . , . n . . .
us 3-iCKing rower uargeiy uui 10 At
Pro.ff swiA fa famlliflr tT'lth t i a
j ing "tu stick like a limpet." but there
! are not so many who know how It Is
i that a limpet Is nb!e to stick as It docs
: to the rocks upon which it passes Its
existence. The creature Is able by
! inenti ttf ttie rem nil iiortimi tif tt
his suit yes erday. The team plays a: bodv wulrh cnn be nlsed independent-
Geneseo Saturday . with the Hish i ,- f Itu wt 'i n ( frill url'ir-lt s n "ivii twl
NEW LEADER OF SECOND
HIGH SCHOOL ELEVEN
Malcolm Knowles was last evening
elected captain of the second foctball
eleven at the High school. He sue-
school of that city.
I It. to create a vacuum much 'n the
j snivie way t but a pieee of ioft wet
hSitlier cnn be made to adhere to n
Found a Way.
Teacher Now, children, try to flgtjre
lust this once without- counting on
your fingers.' How much is three ahd
ronr. Peperl (looking under the bench
after a long wait) Seven. Teacher
Right Four and six. Peperl- (again
peeping nnder the bench) Ten. Teach
erHold tip there, you tittle rascal!
I'll teach you to count on yonr flncerV
(Takes Peperl's hands and clasps them
behind his back. Now.- then. Ore and
three? Peperl (after another long look
under the benchi-Elght. Teachers
Well, how did you manage to do that?
rcperl With my toes, teacher. Fll
Origin of Iron Duke. '
The Iron Duke, of course,' was Wel
lington, but he came by the nickname
In a roundabout w ny. He was. never
so called until long ofter Waterloo. An
Iron steamship, u novelty at tbe tie.
was built In the Mersey and named tbe
Duke of Wellington, and so the Tessel
csme to.be known as the Iron Duke,
tbe transition being easy and obvious.
It was the duke's union of resolution
and physical energy which made the.
popular name for the Mersey, built
steamship to fit him like a perfect oep.
Such, at least. Is the explanation of hi
biographer. Sir Herbert Maxwell.-
ater survey, has given his ap-t 1 .,r,.u-th-. rf fron' ,,w? 1,n,K ha" 1,p'n Iei.tl
ITIP l itl tho MnllRfi U'ntliru'nrlra ' I I i .1 it I , .. bti umahIu .n . n n 1 , L. .u
Bartow Visits Here.
Dr. Edward Bartow, director of the j
hppn llonf. 1 itl ( 1m fnfinA m-ntoru-nrlra
to bring it up to date and at the same! Pric pressure.
,i . ' It is not eiitirely so. bowevpr. for if
"1UC lie: loe UIQUB BliEKCailUUH 119 tf , , , .1 fit,. 1
other changes. - Dr. Bartow has just f they 0f '
finished an inspection of the local n t1,Wt T l aoin,Ml? P
themselve around the ede to the
Its Forests Are Gone and the Jordan Is
Now a Feeble Stream.
One of the most remarkable Illustra
tions In nil history of the lit effects of
the dl:irpeamnce of forests may be
observed in Palestine. In tbe days
when Joshua conquered tbo promised
!Bd rnlcitlne was wonderfully fer
tile country, a land flowing with' milk
ii ud honey. Tbe Lebanon mountains
were heavily wooded, and a large pop
nlnrion w.is supported In comfort. '
The general devastation of the for
ests firon.clit n bout, however, a grad
ual deterioration of the country.'' The
hills of Galilee, nhb h had long served
as pasture land for large herds of cat
tle and fhcep. are now sterile. The
Jordan lias beponie an InHlgnlficnnt
stream, and several smaller rivers nre
now completely dried up throughout
the trreater pni cf the year. Some few
valley In which fertile earth washed
land today supports only one-lxtn the
population of the time of Solomon.
Christian IleniM. ,
All the cev.s all the time Th
Bunk Cars Burn.
Tfcree bunk cars occupied as quar-
surfa'-e of t lie rock upon which the!
limpet is located, and if removed to1
another spot the edjre of the shell will
iters" by 25 foreigners employed as la- probably In? found to le a very bad Ot
. :t i. r t ..t j a . tinil 4 fiat rrontti ruw wt wrr tf n1hsil(in
c niriftvcrunn nnvc ta it i- rCr u iU ..iu roau, ere - "
ow.hwmi -wuluwi - burned Tuesday night. They were
UP "Y" EXTENSION W0RKiBtand5nBni1etrac,'DeiirWariier'8
Rrr r the First Rantist ndav crossing. Most of tbe personal effects
schoo'. are to meet in the .Sunday
uhml rnnma Frirlav ipn!np at 7 47.
for the purpose of forming a club ?o j ed the n&mea
take up extensica
of the laborers were destroyed., A
somewhat lessened. If takefi by sur
prise with n smart sidelong blow eveu j
a large limpet 1 easily eiio'ig'j dislodg ;
ed. but if It U given the siightet warn
plans of H. R.
Stuart, boys' secretary cf the Y. M.I
spars irom a stovepipe prooaDiy start-1 '" !'"- ih-.-uh, ,
brcugni into iay ana very oiien con
siderabie force is tlieu necesnary be-
Inquest Is Held. i fore it cau
An inquest was held yesterday af-j Standard.
be detached Iocdou
C. A. Mr. Stuart's scheme is to extend ; tcrnccn ia connection with the death)
special privilege at the Y. M. C. A. to ; of Emeu Jackson. 2-year-o!d son of
boys of bunaay scnoois so organized. : ,ir. and Mrs. George Jackson. 133
Twenty-five at the Baptist churcn are i Ninth street, Silvia.
An Unburied Picture.
Rotisctti seiirel permission In ISC'J
The child was I to rw.pen the cofliu of bis wife In
expected to join the club. Ages must scalded to death Tuesday, and tbe Jury order to secure the manuscript of
be. between 12 and 18. . j returned a verdict that death was caus-' om poems which n Dau ouriea wttn
jed when the child accidentally' fell' een year
into a pall of hot water. - . . t:ue utu 'ciaeni migui nave oc-
i . j enrred In couuectlon 'ith J. M. W.
Lincoln te Play Here. i Turner if his desire to he burieT wrap
C I. Josephson, the Moline Jeweler,
was operated upon today at the city
hospital for appendicitis. The attack
was a sudden cue.
without risk. Well"
secured fim mortzafe
bonds are the ufett in
vestment on earth.
have $ 100 or more to tnvcit,.
our circular ot guaranteed
Go id ' .
All itlrs tanmtd
by Chk'goTtlcnl '
Trim Co. Ecrhbond
tmiW to By tnut
r4 far Pmrtleular. ".
COCHRAN ft McCLUER.;
buk. in I . .,
a. st. oaictvu.
Lincoln. IIL, tU play in Moline with ! fied up In hU own painting of "Car
the high school tem Nov. L The gauio I iht;e" bnd bet) carried out. TUerr
t j sena ior
9i m i