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WEDNESDAY. AUGUST 26, Am.
THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS
IN TANK TROUBLE
Question of Payimr Scale of
Union Boilermakers Now
Thought Only Stickler.
TO HOLD SESSION AGAIN
Commissioner Hart Predicts a Settle
ment of Troubles at Coming Dis
cussion of Matter.
A mwtin of ih citv coun
cil, the representatives of the
boilermakers" union and officials of
the Rock Uland Bridge Iron com
pany, will be held tomorrow morning
in : office of Mayor Harry M.
Schnwr. at which it is thought that
a compromise ill be reached and the
troubles which have been hindering
the erection of the elevated tank at
the reservoir for the past two weeks
will be at an end.
Commissioner Archie Hart, who has
the matter in hand, has been discuss
ing various propositions wifh the
union men and the company, and be
lieves that an agreement entirely sat
isfactory to both may be reached at
that time, according to a statement
he made this morning.
Wages Only Contention.
The point of contention, it is said, i
now rests upon the waces the union j
men w ill receive. The wage scale of j
the boilermakers' union is 56 V cents
per hour, and it may be that this rate
will stand in the way of an immediate
settlement, but it is thought that a
proposition which will be agreeable to
both will be eventually reached and
that members of the boilermakers'
union will complete the job.
Commissioner Hart said this morn
ing that while work was progressing
on the tank proper at the present time.
it was not nearing completion in rapid
- Work Only Temporary.
"The work now being done." said
CommHhioner Hart, "is only tempor
ary. The plates are being lifted In
place and bolted, but no permanent
riveting is done. I think the union
boilermakers will be on the job within
a short time, and a matter of a few
days or a week does not make partic
ular difference at this stage of the
Mrs. F."ytouIlon w
6 o'clock v dinner StnV
of J. E. Duncan, nea Am
MIhs "Kat Carnaghan
week end with fHends in Cordova.
John Welglw of Rural spent Sunday
at the Chris Heber home.
Mrs. Wilson Matthews and Miss
Mary Mcbauglln called on Mrs. Pave
Crawford Friday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. J. Garlick and Mr. and
Mrs. F. Boulton visited one day last
week with friends near Muscatine.
Miss Gertrude Caldwell of Brltt.
Iowa, arrived today for a two weeks'
visit with relatives and friends here.
Mrs. Ed Post and children of Rock
Island visited today at the Ed Nice
Miss Mayme McCarthy visited Fri
day with friends here.
Mrs. W. Goben and daughters. Ruth
and Margaret, spent Saturday and Sun-
dav with relatives in Rock Island.
Miss Margaret Carnaghan attended
the home-coming in Coal valley and
took part in the program both In the
morning and afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Huettner and two
sons. Donald and Carl of Gary, Ind..
and Mrs. Joseph Komp and daughter
Berneall of EnglewooJ are guests at
the Ed Nice home.
TRAMPS MURDER A
Bert Wootan of the Burlington
Is Killed at Savanna
Shot Through Heart.
Judge R. W. Olmsted Issues
Temporary Order Against
Charles F. Murfey.
WIFE SUES FOR
Threatened to Dispose of Property to
Prevent Paying Alimony Stat
Miss Lucile Johnston departed Sat
urday to visit a week with her parents
at Deep River. Iowa. Miss Blanche
WangeUn of Bowling accompanied
Miss Emma Nice returned home Sat
urday after a five weeks' visit with
relatives and friends at Gary, Ind.,
Mrs. L.. Martin entertained Mrs. H.
Caldwell and daughter, "'Marjorle. of
Brl't. Iowa, one day last week. ;y
Miss Maud Hull is spendingftSfeir
days with Mar; cfarke and attending
Mr. and Mrs. Roy DUeron are visit
ing this week itn relatives in Rush
vllle. 111. -:."
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Wright are
the proud parents of a baby boy born
Mrs. Fred Shellman spent Sunday
with friends in Silvis. -
Mr. and Mrs. George XcDonald and
children of Onslow- are guests at the
T. E. Canty home.
Mr. and Mrs. Dave Crawford enter
tained Mr. and Mrs. Fred Schaffer
from near Andalusia Friday.
Mrs. William Toenges of Rock Is
land was a caller here Saturday.
Mrs. H. Von Ach, who has been seri
ously ill at the Moline sanitarium, is j
Mrs. M. Cohen returned Saturday
from Kruitland. Iowa, where she was
called by the serious illness of her
brother. Oliver Taylor.
Mrs. I Buryanak of Rock Island
tpent Sunday at the C. Christy home.
Mrs. M. Hob-rt and son Richard, Mr.
and Mrs. J. Peterson of Buffalo and I
Martta 5irrrpes of Taylor Ridge vis
ited the week-end at the Chaney home,
also 'he Chris libber home.
Miss Evt-lena C'ressey of Rock Is
land sp-nt Sunday with Edna Fischer.
Miss Mary Mclaughlin returned
home this morning after spending a
few days with frleDds and relatives in
Mr. and Mrs. A. Fleugel and son
Albert and Miss Bessie Phliebar were
tuests yesterday at the Ed Schaeffer
home near Milan.
H. II. Grammar of Galva spent Sun
day at tiie O. Larson home.
T. E. Canty and family and Mr. and
Mris. George McDonald and children,!
(Special to The Argus.)
Savanna. 111.. Aug. 26. Bert Wootan,
30 years of age. patrolman for the Bur
lington lines in this city, was shot and
instantly killed by tramps at 7 o'clock
last evening near the viaduct here. j
Wootan went to the viaduct for the
purpose of clearing out tho railroad
yards of a number of tramps who had
been ia the vicinity for several days.
He got into an argument with two
white men and a negro who were in
the crowd, and one of them drew a j
revolver and fired. The bullet passed
through the officer's heart, causing
instant death. Three or four shots
were fired in the scuffle.
The assassins escaped and although
several men have been placed under
arrest today, the police have no direct
evidence against them. Wootan leaves
wife and two children.
Judge R. W. Olmsted ia circuit
court this morning granted a tempor
al. In (iinpflmi ocufnt.. PlturlAa V f 1 1 t.
fey, Moline, to prevent him from dis-1
posing of his personal property, pend-1
ing the hearing of an action for dl-J
vorce which his wife, Mrs. Blanche E. j
Murfey, has filed against him. W. S. I
McClurg is the attorney.
The couple was married Dec. 15,
1906. at Moline and separated Aug. V.
IHH. Statutory grounds are alleged.
The custody of two children is asked.
Tho defendant is said to have an an
nual income of $1,500 and to have
threatened to dispose of all of his prop
erty in order to prevent alimony being
paid his wife.
Mrs. Anna Bechtelhelmer has filed
suit for divorce against her husband,
Orville Bechtelheinier. Schriver &
Schriver are the attorneys. The mar
riage occurred Oct. 28, 1909, In this
city, and the desertion is claimed on
July 26. 1914. Cruelty is also charged
and several instances are cited where
the defendant beat his wife and finally i
threw her out of the house. She asks j
ror the resumption of her maiden
name of Anna Hellmer.
Fleeces. Velours. Flannel
ettes and Robe Cloths are
here in New Autumn and
Winter colorings and designs.
r Z.SMSGahe & Co:
CfcROCK ULAN D. ILL. USA J '
new fall patterns and rich
colorings, suitable for kirno
nas, house dresses, comfort
ers, etc., per yard oc
This morning in county court In the
Fifth avenue widening ' case, Moline
Judge B. S. Bell allowed a motion by
the city to change the assessment
roll. A clerical error in transferring
totals from one p&ge to another In
the assessment of the Lindvall prop
erty was made by the commissioners
and the defense claimed that the court
could not order the roll changed after
SEEKS FACTS AS
German Ambassador Comments
on Operations at Sayvil'e,
L. I., Station. j
Any Merchant or
wholesale or retail, who uses the
war scare as a weapon to gain
higher prices or an unusual profit
should be driven from business.
There are nitor legitimate cause
for advance prices and they are
plenty enough. But the grafter
and pretender who takes your mon
ey without warrant should be
Oar business in every case is to
keep the prices down just as long
as is possible, and to then charge
only the Increase which we are
compelled to pay. This store is
equipped to render the best of ser
vice to all its patroDS, and just
now during all the war talk and its
effect in advancing prices, much ex
aggeration and many mis-statements
are being made.
Just here la where our helpful
ness comes in, use the McCabe ser
vice, the store that is always on
the alert, always watchful in little
things as well as big. The child
can't pay too much unless by mis
take. The store that helps to keep
down the cost of living.
Do You Know
that we sell boy's school
suits? and if so.
Do You Know
how much lower you w-ill
find the prices here than
You Do Know
that we sell boy's and
girl's school shoes here at
prices far less than they
are sold at other stores.
You Do Know
that all the necessary
school equipment for both
boys and girls can be
bought here at prices that
Bhow such economy that
you cannot afford to go
elsewhere for them.
It is essential that you have the cor
Very little trim is needed If what Is nsed be
placed Just right. The milliner who la a real artist
can do this iraccesafnlly, but the ana who does not
know Just can't do it. Each time she tries, the
worse it looks.
The McCafce Millinery stands the test and for
many seasons has met with the high net approval of
the great majority of women who are distinguished
as the beet dressed women of this community. Our
plans for meeting all demands for fashionable milli
nery were never more complete than now.
These Are the Black Silks Fash
ionable Women Are Wearing.
They are the weaves that are being
used in smart tailored suits, afternoon
and evening gowns, coats, wraps and the
simple little silk frocks for all around
Double width Crepe de Chines and Crepe Meteors,
Satin Charmeuse 40 to 54 inches wide, Cantoti
Crepes. Corded Weaves in both dress and coating
weights. Chiffon Taffetas, Poplins. Moires, Peau de
Soles, Peau de Cygnes, Satin Duchesse, etc., etc.
By anticipation our fall needs several months ago,
the present advance in silks of all kinds has not yet
touched prices on our silks. Early selection means a
saving of many dollars.
1,000 pieces, every one of which is
stamped from thick, hard 99 per
cent pure sheet aluminum with an
unlimited guarantee. All are 51.45
$1,65, $1.&5 and $2.00 values, your
LArge rice boilers, 8 pint cook pots with
cover, double roasters, saucepans with cover.
No. 9 fry pans, 12 pint Berlin kettles with cover,
large preserving kettles, up to $2.00 values, take
your pick, 87-
HORSE FALLS TO STREET:
CAR IS HELD 10 MINUTES
The west bound Fourth avenue car
was delayed 10 minutes at 1 o'clock
this afternoon when a horse fell in
the tracks at the corner of Twenty
third street and Fifth avenue. The
horse was one of a team drawing a
farm wagon west. In rounding the
corner the animal slipped and fell and
became entangled in the harness In
such a way that it was unable to arise
until the harness was removed. The
horse was not Injured.
A highly developed efficiency system
in saving time and trouble for the staff
is used in a London hospital. Indica
tors bearing the nan es of the officials,
bouse doctors and some of the staff
doctors are located in many rooms and
hallways, and these Indicators show
at all times whether or not any one
of the officials Is in the hospital and
available for consultation. When each
doctor comes into the building a but
ton is pressed that makes it known
on all the indicators thr.t he has ar
rived; and when he goes out the indi
cators are made to record that fact.
The indicators also show the word
"engaged," which means that the offi
cial or doctor Is not to be disturbed
a push on a button in the official's
room accompnsning mis. inus, in
any part of the hospital, at any time,
each doctor knows and each nurse
knows when the various officials and
doctors may be asked to give atten
tion to any matter. Saturday Kvening
New York. Aug. 20. Count Johann
Von Bornstorfr, the German ambassa
dor who arrived here Monday from Eu
rope, said he planned to remain in
New York until Thursday before pro
ceeding to Washington. The ambas
sador declared that he wanted to get
first-hand information concerning the
censorship the 1'nited States govern
ment is exercising over the German
owned wireless station at Sayvllle, L..
I., and its refusal to grant the one at
Tuckerton. N. J., a license. I
He pointed out that with the cables'
to England uncensored. the represeu-1
tatives of Great Britain in this coun-
try were at liberty to forward their
government information concerning!
the movements of German warships!
or any other information that might
be deemed advisable. Count Von Bern- J
storff said he had formed no opinion I
on me subject and wanted to be fully
informed before giving an opinion.
The attention of the ambassador was
called to the published statements em
anating from Belgian sources that
German soldiers had been using dum
dum, or expanding, bullets.
"I refrain! from discussing the so
called cases of cruelties upon my ar
rival Monday." he said. "Furthermore,
I do not care to create any 111 reeling.
Since, however, the Belgian govern
ment has seen fit to have published
additional accusations, I can not help
saying that official reports from LJege
to Berlin informed us that the citizens
there had fired at German troops from
windows and had shot at doctors and
nurses wearing Ked Cross arm bands
under the lied Cross flag. Further
more, the citizens mutilated wounded
Count Von Bernstorff said ho believ
ed there were about 12 German army
corps and eight Austrian army corps
along th Vistula river. Germany's
first line of defense against Russia.
There are about viu.o'in men in these
The ambassador said that he wished
to reiterate for the benefit of the peo
ple of this country that Germany was
not to blame for going to war.
Just fifteen of those fa
mous new Iceberg Refrig
erators, polished hard
wood cases with galvan
ized sheet steel white en
amel and pure porcelain
lining, equipped with re
movable sanitary wire
shelves. It will pay you to
buy promptly. Only one
of each size. While they
...One at $24.SS. now. . .g;l) JO
One at $23.00. now. ..18 23
One at J17.S5, now...S1333
Etc.. Etc., Etc.
You'd better come early
get the one you want.
Fall Is Coming-Leaves Falling,
School Time Almost Here.
The home must be made comfortable
and attractive. Are you going to buy a
Come up and look at our beautiful new designs.
The new fall Rugs are now here, from the lowest
priced Ingrains and Brussels to the finest floor cov
erings in this country. Here are the Whittall, Brus
sels, Wilton and Anlo-Persian Rugs.
The patterns are copies of Turkish and Persian
Rugs of great value, made of the best materials and
the best workmanship, and dyed with dyes that will
not fade. If you get all this in one rug it is a "Whit
tall." Turn It over and look on the back. The name
is woven in the fabric of every Whittall Rug.
9x12 ft. all wool Rugs, $6.95 to $29.75.
9x12 ft. Royal Wilton and Anglo-Persian Rugs,
$40.00 and up.
Domestic and Imported, Plain, Printed and Inlaid.
Tiles, Parquetry and Floral patterns, in very attractive
designs, and owing to their durability and sanitary quali
ties, are very popular for bedrooms, dining rooms, halls,
Manufacturers have already advised us that prices
are advanced, we are still seUing them at the same low
Standard Linoleum 48c yd. and up to 85c a yd. for
good Inlaid Linoleum.
Mens High Grade Oxfords
$1.00, 75c and 50c.
We had no thought that we could stir up
such excitement among themen of Rock
Island's Social Set-by offering men's styl
ish, up-to-date $3.50 and $5.00 Oxfords
for $1.00, 75c and 50c a pair.
Here's the way we did it:
On Monday we started them at $1.75 a pajr.
On Tuesday they dropped to $1.50.
On Wednesday they went down to $1.25 a pair.
Tomorrow, Thursday, choose for $1.00.
What is left Friday choose as you like. at 75e a
pair, and if any are here Saturday take 'em and grab
quick for 50c.
Such a scramble as we started. It's worth going
a mile to see. Just drop in and see the fun, no mat
ter whether you care to buy or not.
These shoes were all made by men's best bootmak
ers and have all the "kinks" of style.
In Black, Tan and Patent Leathers, many shapes
and models, not all widths and sizes. Of course,
some are gone. Yours may be here or may not. Sale
for cash only. No returns and no exchanges. When
they're gone, they're gone.
The Weather Has Sug
gested Comforts and
You will be pleased with a "MAISH" Comfort
It is filled with pure white "Dixie" Cotton by the
process that has made the "MAISH" Comfort fa
mous. Special prices to start off the season. 95c
up to $6.50.
Cotton and Woo? Blankets.
500 pairs from which to select, white, plaids and
stripes, plain and fancy Crib Blankets, etc.
Cotton and Wool blankets beginning at 75c a
pair and on up by easy stages to $5.00 and more.
State Board Arranges for Two
New Buildings at Wa-tertown.
Sealed proposals will be re
ceived at the village clerk's of
fice, village of Sears, Illinois, un
til 8 o'clock p. m. Sept. 7. 1914
for drilling one deep well for
the village water works system.
Particulars may be obtained of
A. U. WcBride, village clrk, or
of Mr. J. F. Carlson. Each bid
must be accompanied by a certi
fied check for $100. The village
board reserves the right to re
ject any or a.'I bids. Terms cash.
A. il. M 'BRIDE,
Sears. 111. Aug. 13, 1914.
Grades of Lemons.
There are a 'good many interesting
points about lemons. There are sev
eral qualities that combine to make a
prime or fancy brand of lemons. A
first class lemon must be free from
specks, have a smooth Fkln of a pale
yellow color and be very hard. Take
a magnifying glass and you will see
j that the little black specks on the lem
on that look like seeds are really para
sites. They are tailed lemon lice, and
a curious fact Is that as oon as the
lemon Is cut from the tree these para
sites die Immediately.
The bst fruit comeB from a little
place near Naples. Italy, called Maiori.
The next in grade comes from Sor
r'nto. Those from Messina and Paler
mo are about the same quality and
rank next, and those from Catania are
inferior. The Maiori lemons are very
carefully cultivated. They are on the
trees even while the mow 'Is still on
the ground, but are kept covered with
matting to protect them, not only from
the cold, but from the scorching rays
of the sun. They are nearly white
when picked, very graceful and regu
lar In shape and are exceedingly
smooth and hard. Spatula. ,
John Junge to Elmer Shell, part
tlioast i, northwest
i section 8-17-1 W, $600.
Charles E. Kadden to Martha Fisher,
lots G. and H.. Kadden's outlots. East
August Ristau to Leopold Felske,
lot 2S. Iiordsley-L.ee and Lee's addt
tiou. Coal Valley, 1S7S. $100.
Leopold Felske to Christopher Fred
erick. Urodsley-Lee & Lee's addition.
Coal Valley. 1S78, $50.
Edward W. Wells to Eric J. Iar.son,
part lots 8 and 9. block 8. East Molinu,
addition, Moline. $1.00.
All the news all ths tim!
Don't Miss Seeing
New Show Tomorrow
A OTHER ACTS 4
REELS OF PICTURE
Phone R. I. 708.
Special to Tho Amu.
Springfield. 111.. Aug. 26. The state
bo?rd of administration has awarded
the contracts for two buildings at the
Watertown state hospital as follows:
Female employes' building, general
contract, A. W. Stoolman. Champaign,
S3C.878; plumbing, Moline Plumbing &
Contracting company, Moline. $2,174;
heating, Bernard Gauze, Jacksonville,
Amusement hall General contract,
A. W. Stoolman, $17,549; plumbing.
Mo'Ine Plumbing & Contracting com-j packed
Neb., stopped here enroute home from
a visit at Zancsville, Ohio. He was
the guest of Mr. and Mrs. H. O. John
son and family, living southwest of
town. Mr. and Mrs. Hugh .Roy of
Muscatine, friends of Mr. Wilson, were
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Johnson on Fri
day. Mrs. Clifford Johnson and son,
Murl, who have been guests at the
Johnson home have returned to their
home in St. Louis.
Miss Cornelia Bowman of Oneida
spent a few days with her aunt, Mrs.
A. C. Bradford. Mrs. Bradford accom
panied her home and went to Chicago
with her sister, Miss Grace Bowman.
Miss Helen Dague has returned to
Macomb after visiting the Misses Beu-
lah Bissell and Julia McGaughey.
Dr. V. A. McClanahan returned
Tuesday evening from Waverlv, Ohio,
where lie was called to attStd the
funeral of his brother, Rev. Paul Mc
Clanahan. Dr. McClanahan and broth
er, Frank, accompanied Mrs. Paul Mc
Clanahan to Philadelphia, where they
and shipped the household
IS MAKING GAINS
Class Adoption Planned at Rock
Falls and Reinstatements
pany. $624; heating, Moline Plumbing
& Contracting company, $1,280.
Mis. Charles Frazier of Chicago and
I. L. S?xton and family of St. Louis,
Mo.. ar visiting at the home of their
parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. F. Sexton. .
Mr. and Mrs. Thurm Warder of Agen
cy, Iowa, are visiting at the home of
the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J.
E. Longlcy. They will remaia to as
sist in packing their household goods,
to move to their new home near Agen
Mrs. Susie Forsythe and daughters.
Ida and Martha, in company with Mrs.
W. A. McGaughy and daughter, Gwen,
spent last Saturday In Galesburg.
Harry Weltlln spent last Saturday
and Sunday with his parents in Rock
Miss Lena Terrey returned last Fri
day from a visit to Morning Sun,
Iowa, where she spent the pust week
with her former college room-mate at
Monmouth, Miss Eva Campbell.
Miss Maud Hardin of Keitlisburg
spent the past we?k at the home of
her grandmother, Mrs. Gwen Thomas
Mrs. Will Rose of Aledo was a guest
tho first part of the week at the home
of her daughter, Mrs. A. V. Harriott.
Mrs. G. S. Whan of Rock Islund is
a hciuseguest of her sister, Mrs. Belle
Breckenridge, during Chautauqua sea
son. Thomas Harvey Wllbon of Axtcll,
I goods to Waverly, where Mrs. McClan
ahan will make her home with her
Mrs. Arthur Lundell and baby of
Moline. in company with Miss Ruth
Lundell, arrived Sunday evening and
are visiting with Mrs. Lundell's par
ent3, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Boyer. Mr.
and Mrs. Lundell suffered the loss of
their home and all its contents recent
ly. Mr. Lundell is busy getting the
barn on their place ready for his fam
ily to occupy while a new home is
being erected on the same site.
Mr. and Mrs. W. S. McCreight and
daughter. Vera, and Mrs. Ida E. Cam
eron, arrived home Wednesday from
an extended visit at Powell, Wyo., and
a inp uirougn the west. A part of
tneir trip included an 18-day trip
uirougn me l eiiowstone park.
xurs. Anna Green of Ottumwa, Iowa,
came from Aledo Monday and spent
the week with her mother. Mrs. A. E.
Longley, and other relatives here.
Frank Terrey took a party of land
seekers to Moore county. Minn., last
week. Those from hero In the party
were Messrs. J. Web Iirown, Lloyd
Workhelser, Guy McKellin. rtni.ert
Thompson and C. L. Breckenrlde
Edward Beck and son. Edwin nf
nicngo, arrived Friday evenlntr for
visit with Mr. Beck's unelo kv.j
Lewis and family. Mr. Beck rptnrn
Tuesday, leaving Edwin for a longer
Mrs. Marie Westerfield has retnrnr.H
rrom a visit with her aunt. Mtb. B. a.
Richards, at Neponsett. 111. Little
Mary Pansy Richards acconu.ani
Reports have been receivea at the
head offices of the Modern Woodmen
of America which indicate that the
society is regaining- its membership
lost over dissension caused by the rate
question. At Rock Falls Friday night
a class of 75 will be initiated into the
order, the team of Dixon, 111., beinj
delegated to conduct the work.
Reinstatements are arriving at the
rate of 200 to 225 each day at the head
office, and at the present rate the so
ciety will soon be on its old footing.
Many letters asking for literatim
are being received, also, and tUi
means that in the course of a shot
time more new members will seek ad
For the first three months of 1911
imports into Russia over Europeas
frontiers aggregated $175,617,000 ii
value; exports. $153,897,000.
news all the time Tn
A Missouri Farm and
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NO INTKRKST NO TAXES.
Kitlit-r 10 or 0 acres iyou take your
choice regardless of size), also th"
town lots and 3io shares in successful
1.000-acre orchard company with two
canning factories and full equipment,
all for only JOO: $" down and t5 month
lv. without interest or taxes. V1!1 pay
round trip railwav fare f-r buyers. Pay
ments stop in cast of death. rite for
photographs and full Information, w Ji
lls K. MunKiT, N. Y. Life building. Kan-
1 sas City, Mo.
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Office Foot of 19th St. W. H. Lamont, Agt. Call R. I. 188.