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YEAR OF GROWTH
FOR THE CHURCH
South Park Presbyterians HoU
Annual Meeting:, Elect
ing: New Officers.
TWO VOLUNTARILY RETIRE
Sunday School Attendance Shown by
Secretary's Report to Have In
7i congregation of the South Park I
prertTtrran church met In annual
-wce se:on last even Inn
ticrci. a larce representation of the
meaiberjhlp a'tondmg. Following the
jevotlocal rrvic's conducted by the
pastor. R"v V. G. Oplevee. Terry F.
pry was chosen to preside at the
bafts session and I. L. Kitchie as
ctcarn secretary. Three year terms
of two of the elder had expired. J.
C pry ref'- nR reelection to the posl-
ttoa. Arthur (V!hurn was cho.-.en in '
: read. F. A. H'.t dsoe being reflect- j
ed for a term of three years. The
terxs cf to trustees hail als. ex-1
pired. William l.or.g declining reelec-.
tion aai In hi stead It. I-. Corbett was
choaex J. A Cordell being chosen to ,
Sunday School Gowns.
Reports from all the branches of
the church were jt'ven and all show
ed the church in a healthy, promising
ad prosperous condition. I. A.
Boehxe. euperir.tendent of the Sun-;
diy gchool and treasurer of the church
beierolences reported that the aver-,
vjj teen HI. v. hich is an increase
ever 1913 of an average of 44. out of
11 taroilmer.; cf 37-. The school ha.
a rrad'.e roll nurrbeting 1"",. and five
siersbsrs of the school joined the
cSarca durine the year.
For benevolences, the church col
lected SIjS n which include.- cmounts
coat.-lSuted for home and fore lzn mis-
iozs. and cf this sum tOK. l was paid
mLUav!3 a balance in the treasury.
The annual meeting cf the centre-
n,v:i chanced from the last Fri-
Jy In October to the first Friday in; Ben Ganahl was sentenced to the;
November t? avoid cor.Sict with H-sl-; tcunty jail for 40 days this afternoon
lowc'ea. After the business session hy Act'ng I'olice Maji.-trate C. J.
the ladies cf the churr-h served light Schr.-vder. Tiie charge was dis
rtfresaxects in the church dining . e rderiy conduct preferred by Sirs.,
jeoa. Mary Ccx. -l.il Sixteenth street. h)
; j aiitged tliat the n.an a.-saulfed her this j
Dancing. I morning. He was arrer,tid hv Odlcer'
Tie art cf cx-?rci. rf dancits can . pick The ,inc was ?200 whlch j
bet-c:d back to th early Kgyp.'ian. (
ho ascribe that Invt ntion to their rod i
Tacth. P.?yo-.d a d v:ut dncm? U
rnsch older than history. !t bean In
cscaectioa w'.th T"'
p.rforaed In l.or.c
!.Cio:s rls r.r-J w:
of the dr
who didn't get in on the
last lot of
we wish to announce that
we have just received an
other shipment in jade,
pearl and black onjx. All
new and up-to-date.
J. Ramser's Sons
Save By Spending
Obligate yourself to pay your savings
account at this Strong Kank a definite
amount EVER V FA V DA V. You can
do it as easily as you can pay other ol
ligations and it is your money when
you need it.
Bank open Saturday evening from 7
to 8 o'clock.
Rock Island Savings Bank
Cor I3h Stand
Will Conduct Scries
of Meetings in City
V.V j. .
Hev. John G. Houser, pastor of the
First Christian church, Davenport, as
sisted by Miss Esther Thulin. singer,
will tomorrow morning at 10:43 open a
series of meetings at tlie Second
i iiri:;nan church. Sixth street and
avenue. Of Which W. H.
Stine is pastor.
tinue Nov. 15. services being held each
evening at S o'clock except on Satur
B EAGLE HOUND TURNED
OVER TO COMPLAIN ANT
, . . , . , . ,
The beag.e hound for which Thomas
Fox started suit of replevin in Justice
Carl Kuehl's court jjstcrday was
turned over to the complainant by j
I. .11. IT t niwil .1 .1 .
- ...... ii unaiii, n urn iiiv
rase came up before the justice yes
terday afternoon. The dog was valued
MAN SENTENCED TO THE
rniI,.TV .... .n r,AV-
COUNTY JAIL 40 DAYS
fc(. ro.lM not p3V
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PRACTICAL HEALTH HINT.
The rtanubiitivt sho'idl f-ti-py
n room to liim-eif. The ri.iii
should Kiumr it-1 .ell v-iitl-la:-l.
! tt l nfmid f fr-h
air; if v. i!' n 1 v ii-i n sxkI.
Nicht nir will n't hurt y.n.
Jut ni't r'-inNt yoiir-elf by
I nn 1 1 i titf yur wn sputum aft
er It II.15 I--il nl!'weil to lx-
nme dry. H. rl-!iii!y for your
o'vn snke If i:t fr your nclli-I-r's.
If you !i.iri th leai-t rnnc to
smsji.-'T tbnt y"U bive IuImtcii-In-l-i
ivi1;t t':e l.est .hy-if'l.lli
ji.t.1 ' 311 f il l. 1 li"t le li--elvel
l.v .nlverfifliic qi'ai-ks. but con
sult r.p:itnl.!e physician. Io 'J
!!: jump fr.ni n livsl-lan to
:if!.iliT. but ?el--t one In m boll) "
! h.Te c'nfil-nrj. uud tay :
;: snitl'xl by yojir physician ;j
n t the niimunt of exen-ie or .
nr!; you I.Tt II undertake. Ir
jt:it whr.t lie telN you. no more. '
ln ii'.f drink any a!-.jo:irs ex-
-ej t ns direct'-d by your pby-i- ".
-inn. !! knows your neejls and ''
may be nvins stimulation for a ;
crlTl-iil moment. ,
IJe in the fresh nir nn mti'-h 4
ns possible. There Is no cure
for ennminjption that ran le put
into a b'tfle. The real cure Is ..
... fr-h nir. j-re food and rest.
It -mf-mber that nearly every
inn of constiaipt ion enn ! cured
. if tnken en r It.
H. 3. Cable, Pre.
H. P. Hull. V.-Pre.
P. Greenaw-lt. V.-P.
A. J. LinJtrorti, Cah.
W. G. Johnston, ACah.
I. J. Green, A.-Cash.
DOWN THE SCORE
Augustana Sophomores Able to
Count but Once in the
Augustana academy held the sopho
morea to one touchdown in a feature
less game on Krlrkson field this morn
ing. Forward passes netted the sophs
rood gains, but a fumble on the five
yard line robbed them or a second
touchdown. In the second quarter
Valentine carried the ball over the
line and C. K. Anderson kicked goal.
The academy showed great im
provement over last Saturday's, per
formance, when the freshmen defeated
them by a score of 17 to 7. The sophs
did not use their regular lineup, how
ever. Kock and Bergnuist. the regu
lar ends, being out of the game. At
present it looks as if the struggle be
tween the freshmen and sophs next
Saturday will be hot and closely con
tested. Line up:
Academy A. Larson, le.; A. Aim-
quist.lt.; Kd. J. Carlson, lg. ; E. Swan-
son. c; Clifford Olson, rg.: Kdwln
rarUnn r Tin.- T. An . f w
I tk.- - o v . -
- .... . J - m ciri oii. n . . v. tl .
Johnson, lhb.: Karl Johnson, ci.
.-wpiiomurrs v. i anson. ie.: II. i
Enstam. It.: A. Lugn. lg.; V. Nordgren
cantain. c - K. -I Jnlminn w A
C.oHh r. K KrleVnn V
ijortA. i,k -
U Valentine, fb.; C.
K. Anderson, lhb.: E. Henson. q.
loucinowns. aienune; goal kick.;sx wecj(S'
C. E. Anderson: substitutions. Mills-' ...,.i.
paw for Ltiqn. Referee. Will Robb.
.- i. rx. i. j .
I m Dire. Ohere. Head linesman. For; -
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ling. Time keepers. Hanson
neeprs, itanson anu
lPalm - Tlme cf 'liners. 10 and 12
i, prpcowvl T POy.VTC ii
yy -' w J,
Mr. and Mrs. George Simpson. 1T03
Seventh avenue, returned home last
evening, after IS months spent in
Mrs. C. E. Shan". 1611 Twenty-first
street, returned last evening after a
MEXICO'S BIGGEST MAN
Auk - - --. r - 11
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General Villa (photoirraphed test week).
Washineton. O-t. 31. Charges of a
most sensational character, including
the sta.ement that the state depart-
I ruei.t's representatives in Mexico have
"sold out t Ge neral ilia, are em-
.bodied in a c mmiinicution from Rob-!
! ert F. Pastjueira. General Carranza's I
chief representative. Just received at
the Mexican agency In Washington.
The communication reads in part: ,
ters. Washington, I). C:
'I think it ls-Jiiy duty to Inform you j
of the facta in this letter so that you
can conuuunicaie 10 t,le Aiiimian uc-
partment of state, that it may be put Wilson himself should knmt. in view
to rights in the in-tter of our declared of his Mobile speech nnd th-3 senti
enemy. Francitco Villa. incuts that he expressed then, that the
"First Let me inform you that VII-1 special Interests that have played such
la's true name is I)orotea Arango. Ho , an important part in American poli
has assumed the name of Francisco j tics and sustained the corrupt admin
Villa only for reasons known to him-1 istratior.s of the past are in league with.
t !f. and history alone w ill toll what ! this same Dorotea Arango to put aim
crimes his true name of Doroteo Aran-! iu power in Mexh'o and enjoy rare
go may hide. This fact we should like ( concessions in that country and ox
the state department and the An. ri- ploit the nation as has heretofore been
can public to know. I done.
-Second Phase tell them that In, "I would call attention to the sig
June of this year, when the first ! nificant fact that the Hearst chain of
breach came between this Arang and papf-rs. who are in this country Mr.
r..ri.l rvirranza. Araniio and his of- i Wilson s mortal enemies, are lending
flcera and agents committed several i their columns to the air of Arango in
brutal assaults on the persona of the every move that he makes: that Har
constitutlonalist officers and employes i rlst.n Gray Otis of the Lo Angeles
' in Cludad
Juarez; looted the national j
' .u.nra that ii.is then located
th. verv mciRCDt that he was
. onenlv declaring frion Ishlp
threatening to !
llllivrti ".' .. J
. int.Ho tills natif.n at El lao. and ! - ,
n.nion i.t El I'jmi. ami .
, dared to hU elorest advisers that he ,
' i.i ,...!.,,:, r ii... lation i:i a l'W ;
! months' campaign.
I "Third I'lease let them know that '
TO TAKE CHARGE OP
THE PANAMA CANAL
f . . lis
Vii '-mf i r -'itm V mtiI i f i i
Col. Chester L. Harding.
Colonel Chester L. Harding, until re
cently one of the commissioner's of
j the District of Columbia and before
! u,at connected with the work of the
I i anama
canal, is soon to leave for
Panama, where he will at once suc
ceed Col. II. F. Hodges as chief of the
division of maintenance, and is ex
pected later to succeed George V.
Goethals as governor of the Canal
visit at various points In
; , . . . ,
Of- O G. Craig returned today from
1 ... ... '
trnicatro, wnere ne lias been on pro-
, . , . ...
An dght pound daugliter was born
yesterday at the Moline Tri-City
I torium to Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Anpel-
quist. 1120 Fourth avenue, this city.
! Thia is the second daughter. Tdr
plequist is managed of the O.ise &
Olihvcilor company in Moline. M-s.
Appleuist was formerly Miss Gertrude
In Kou.nania 510, or 63 per cent, of!
the printers are organized.
when a few months ago Arango was
.1. .0 1., i-in c fli-ir thr rmwlnr rf Ho T'nit.
e:l States was justified in the Vera
Cruz matter he? was at the same tin o
swearing vengeance upon this uaticn.
and that while he. at thaf time, justi-
fed his published statements on the
grounds of hatred for the Hueristas
and Cientifiros. he is today accepting
these name Hueristas and Cientificos
and ex-fcderals with open arms and
allying himself with the very men
whom the revolution sought to put out
of power in Mexico.
Fourth I think that the Washing-
icn auuiiiiisiruiiuu, unu wpctMU)
Times is lUKir.g tr.c- saiu.' "
that the Gugcnhiim lnts-rc-sis wisn
to make of Muxieo a fitld'of exploita-
t ion like Alaska and Colorado, und to
that (lid arc.
we ' a!n;--re!
i-ndin: not oniv in.irai si pii.ni
also fiiian i il aid to th
liopini; lo Kat Arur.yi
in a dictator s
H.air ' mi.l ius tin the field uf ti-
ploltatiou toutht." .
Mf- - - ( -
WIFE IS DRAGGED
AROUND BY HAIR
Mrs. Alma Sundquist Makes
Sensational Charges in
Suit for Divorce.
YOUNG SON THREATENED
Says Husband Intimated Desire to
Dash Out Brains Injunction Is
sued by Court.
Alleging that her husband was in
the habit of dragging her. around by I
the hair of her head and of grabbing!
their young son up in his arms and
threatening to dash out his brains, !
Mrs. Alma Sundquist, Molrae, today
filed suit In circuit court for divorce t
and injunction against her husband, !
Fred E. Sundquist. Judge R. W. Olm
sted issued the writ preventing the
defendant from disposing of the house
held furniture and from molesting her.
Wed At Cambridge.
The couple was married Jan. 27,
1S0S, at Cambridge. Extreme and re
peated cruelty, drunkenness and statu
tory grounds are alleged. It is charg
ed that on Christmas eve. 190S, the
defendant attempted to roll up a cur
tain shade and when the spring re
fused to work he ordered his wife to
take a chair and fix the shade, and j
that while he was doing this, he kick-
ed the chair from under her, causing
her to fall to the floor and painfully j
injuring her. SI13 alleges that he in
sisted on throwing things on the floor,
and then would seize her by the throat
and force her to pick them up. She
asks for the custody of their child
and for alimony. Shallberg & Harper
are the attorneys.
Mrs. George Ryan.
Mrs. George Ryan, 40 years of age,
passed away at 3:30 this morning at
her home. 1001 Fourteenth street. Her
death was due to a complication of
diseases, and she had been failing for
ever a year. Sie had failed rapidly
for the past week.
Mrs. Ryan was born March 25, 1874.
In Germany. When but S years of ase
she came to this country with her par
ents, st-ttling in Rock Island, and she
had spent practically all of her life in
this city. She received her early ed
rcation in the schools here. Her maid
en name was Emma C. Hinrichsen.
and she w-as united in marriage to
George Ryan Dec. 14. 1905. in this city.
S ie was well known here and leives a
large cire'e of friends to mourn her
She is survived by her .husband and
one daughter. Florence, her parents.
Mr. and Mrs. William Hinrichsen. one
sislor. Mrs. Edward Hammerich, and
cne brother. Theodore Hinrichsen. al
of this city.
The funeral will be held at 2 o'clock
Monday afternoon from the home.
Word was received this morning by
Mrs. Andrew Dahlen, Sl'y Twenty-nrsi
street, of the death of Kenneth Brown.
22 years cf age and son of Mr. and
Mrs. Frank Brown of Lutcher. Ia.
The Brown family resided in thi3 city
about fifteen years ago. Burial was
made at New Orleans.
The remains of George Stonebarger.
which were fcund on Pet tit er's island
Wednesday evening. were sent to
l,cne Tree, Iowa, at 6:20 this morning
for burial. Services will be conducted
there tomorrow afternoon, and inter
ment made in cemetery at that place.
Seventeen Hurt in Wreck.
Bingiiainpton. X. Y.. Oct. 31. Sev
enteen persons were injured when a
I.acka wanna passenger train went over
an embankment near Alaford. Ta. The
! accident was due to a broken rail.
Rock Island, Illinois
, Progressive Nominee for
State Senator, 33rd District
& r i
' of Rock Island, Illinois
The Bank With the Clock
PH'L MITCHELL, President
I. S. WHITE, Vice-President
K. T. ANDERSON. Cashier
C. F. CHANNON,
BREST MAN WHO
SS WANTED HERE
Former Moline Shoe Store
Manager Apprehended on
J. L. Kilday, formerly manager of
the Wear-U-Well Shoe company's
branch store In Mcjine. is under a.rrest
in Gary, Ind., wanted here on a charge
! of embezzlement. .
Assistant State's Attorney A. C.
Edwards this afternoon received word
of his apprehension there and a deputy
sheriff left shortly after to return
here with the prisoner.
It is charged that Kilday. while em
ployed by the shoe company in Mo
line, embezzled S327. He was dis
charged a year ago by the company
and since that time has been working
as clerk in shoe stores in various
cities. The warrant was sworn out
here before Justice C. J. Schroeder.
Hallowe'en Night at the New Har
per. Special decorations, cabaret, and
souvenirs appropriate for the occasion.
Dcn't fail to be there. The biggost
event of the year. Adv.l
The Adam Familv
a Bit of
There was a mighty good excuse for their
not doing so, but there is absolutely no ex
cuse for the Adams and Eves of todav.
CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS.
If you are contemplating any changes or remodeling, and want
It done satisfactory and reason ?.bly cull on us. We make a specialty
of advising and planning on all kinds cf work, great or small.
t'hone Itock Island 2073 an 1 be convinced.
your home or burglars en
tered it would your Pri
vate Papers be safe?
$2.50 and upwards year
ly pays for a Safe Deposit
Box in our Burglar and
Fire Proof Vault.
not rent one to-
Bought end Paid For
;i ' 2 ; ' 1 3
The Broadhurst drama Is to be
shown at the Empire four days, the en
gagement opening tomorrow matinee.
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& HAMMER CK