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TWO PLACES ARE
BROKEN INTO AND
ROBBED OF $300
Blin&s & Kerzog Lose Furs
and Five Dozen Valuable
ENTER REAR OF THE STORE
Break Large Plate Glass Window and
Crawl Through Smalt Hole
Biiesner Shop Rifled.
Barg'ars were abroad again last
nipht in the ci:y. two business houses
being robbed for losses amounting to J
over .;"". ine perpetrators made
dean getaways in both ca-.es and the
police have not a single clow to work
on. Entrance yas gained through a
window in the rear of Billings & Her-1
jog's window in the 1600 block, and a
amount of stock taken. The j
Bviii.e shop of V. J. Biiesner. 112
East Seventeenth street, was also en
tern., i."'iug wa taken.
At tr.e tunings r iierzog store the
culprits unlocked a gate at the barn i
ia tte rear, broke a hole in the large !
p:a:e tfa,. u.r.dow on the west ia the I
of "Li pa,r en,rre-1
Thev left by unlocking the rear door t
which was found open. The robbers !
must have been small ia stature, as
the ho'.e in the wir.dow is only about
12 inches wide and IS inches high.
Only stock was taken, a safe in the
rear being untouched and although
they got m th cash drawer the pen-
Bles there were left.
The de- J uas probably committed
about 11:30 last n!ght. as a dcS m the ;
rooms upstairs was barking at that j
uze. i" k".,
fars and waists. The robbers select-
ed the mcst valuable of the stock, pick-;
ing out the best colors of goods that ;
would be easily recognized on the
street if worn. Five dozen expensive
t.'.t waists were included in the loot.
0. TV. B:liings stated this morning
that he did not know- the exact amount
taken, bu: that it would total ove r $300.
The building has two large plate j
glass windows in the rear, which are
unprotected by bars of any kind. There !
i$ no light in the store at night and j
ender the circumstances the place
was an ideal one for yeggs to work
ia and escape detection.
Entrance into the Biiesner Machine
ihep was made by breaking the glass
in a transom over one of the dcors ia
the rear, after whic h the intruder un-;on
hooked the door by reaching dow n.
Although .Mr. Hiiesr.-r nas man ai-
table tools in the shop that coma o len ,ie,d in countv court thJg morn.
easily disposed or. I :i were left un-,ln? but ow,ng tQ absence of Jonn
tcuched. Only the tis k was rummag- ! K Scott attorney for KIuger, the case
ed an I:, confusion. ! was continued until Monday.
Tte theory is advanced that both. riay -wens, being held as an aeces
jobs were pulled '.tt by, the same par- orj. wiIi a:;0 be Bjven a nearInK Jn
ti. Poss:biy the thieves Drone into ,
the machine first in hoj.es of securing '
tocls to break into the other p:aees.
ITALY AND AUSTRIA" IS
TO BE THEME OF LECTURE j
At 4:15 tomorrow afternoon the reg
ular vesper service of Broadway Pres
byterian church under tlie leadership
ll.s will be held in the!01, s and Mr- Albert Huber,
. will be a short organ i Twenty-second street, was held at j
of the r::en's cla
recial by Frank Frcis-tat. who will
render the follow iiig numbers:
' . " i. ,
Prayer and f rad'.e Song . . . .(juilmant :
clr w'iil Vivo two numbe'r'a!
The Vesper Hour ( ."Nevin t i;un lor i
btrftone ar:d contralto. j
.... r - . . - T - . . -1
r.-a fiream.ng ir.i i,.e
cues iarsion i no ior tuj: iuu,
tto and bass. !
Rev J K. Wilson will give the illus-
je'ure oa i.aij ,u.-i.e,.
a,:r. wm conat ions in wose .
aervice is open to all.
IMMIGRATION PROBLEM TO
BESTUDIED AT BROADWAY case continued to Saturday, Dec. 12.
The Ten's cla-:.s at Broadway I'res- It is claimed that Perry broke the seal
brterian el.urr h lias for its theme at I on a box car at the Hauim Brewing
tomorrow morning's session, certain j Co. "s branch warehouse on Twenty-fa-Porta'.t
phases of the immigration ' fourth s'reet. Federal authorities are
SaeetioL, which are of particularly j still investigating the case.
Christmas holidays approach. The gTeat United
States is at peace with the wor'd and occupies a po
sition of neutrality toward the warring; nations.
Trade gradually resumes its natural channels. Con
ditions improve and will improve as the wor?d takes
more and more of the agricultural products and man
ufactured goods which only this nation can supply.
State Bank extends holiday greetings.
"meiy Interest in view of the present!
.v.. situation, which may result
' -tide of immigration
""..m me next rew years.
Mayer Levi, who has been actively
engaged in work araons immigrants
for many years. i to give an address
on the subject, basing his remarks on
personal experiences. He. will at
tempt to show what kind of people are
u.raoie aaauions to our population
and under what circumstances their
coming to this country is to be encour
aged. The relation of the church to
the newly arrived immigrant will be
discussed, as will the application of
various tests for educational and finan
cial fitness to be admitted to the Unit
ed States. Time is reserved for a gen
eral discussion of the subject by the
men present. Kvery man who is not
otherwise engaged at 9:30 on Sunday
morning Is invited to attend the ses
sion of this class, at Broadway Pres
NEW JUDGE WILL
A. Larson Wiil Take Moline
Assessment Matters Up
Among First of Acts.
bA" h maUe.r8 wh,ch wJ11
? I LarSD'
z iiV?h! heSSiS
th ., aa"lt "earlnK i
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va dcCH .uuime vu Due im-
Judge B. S. Bell, acting county
judge, previously this week set 2
j o'clock this afternoon as the final time
. for flline of nhioct inn o olt,,,l,
,arpe number had been registered in
the court before that t,me
Judge Bt, did not hear caseg
but has laid the matter over for Judge
Larson to dispose of at a time best
suuea to him. It is not presumed
that the hearing will be set by the new
judge until the latter part of next
week, as the city attorney of Moline
will be given time to look over the ob
jections. KLUOEH CASE IS
IN COUNTY COURT
George Kluger, who is alleged to
. have stolen a suit case belonging to
T. J. Dunham of Davenport, was given
a hearing before Magistrate Smith
this morning. His case was dismissed
in iml ifo Minrf an. t I n. m ,i , t ,i ,. r, .i i .
fn !r,fr,,i' ,".. i
a jarcenv charge ln oounty court, I
w here ,t ,s' undf,rsItood tllat "he wlll I
p!ead BuiItv The hearing was to have
coumy colirt. information having been
fiiPd there, follow ing dismissal of the
case in police court.
The funeral of Edward Huber, 5-year-
1:30 this afternoon from St. Mary's
(church. Father Peter Kluck had
f charge of the services ith interment
in Calvary cenieterv.
DR. H. W. REED WILL TELL
OF IMPRESSION OF SUNDAY
Dr. II. V. Red at the morning serv-
ice at the First Haptist church tomor-1
row wiu :pt.ak on the subject
tor's Impressions of Hilly Sunday." when the council goes to bat in award
Dr. Reed was one of the delegates that: ing the contract.
went to Ies Moines Thursday to inter-1 The resolution offered by Mayor
v,pw. ,hp fVanKeljst and he wU1 teI1 of
his prsona, Jmpressi.ns.
Hold Up Case Again.
James Perry was given a hearing
by Magistrate Smith this morning on
In ...T;. ..... ini-tii.f "hnrcy. a A Vila
IF HEALTH FUND
WILL BE ERECTED
Commission Decides to Check
Up Hart's Book3 to Deter
mine Sum on Hand.
RETURNS FROM INSPECTION
Commissioner Tells Council of Spring
field Plant anil Council Will
Take Up Matter.
The city council will soon go into
the matter of whether or not it will
have erected here an incineration
plant to care for the disposal of the
garbage collection in the city.
Informally, after the formal session
of the council this morning, the city
dads took up the matter. Commission
er Archie Hart. Just returned from
I Springfield, suggested it. While there
he inspected the incineration plant in
After talk at considerable length
the council decided to have Commis
sioner Hart's books checked up and
then if it was discovered that suffici
ent funds were on hand to erect the
plant, that bids would be advertised
for so work could be started by next
spring when garbage could be hauled
and burned and the commission would
not be forced to seek new dumping
Emergency May Arise.
When asked by Commissioner
Reynolds this morning if the public
health fund, would be sufficiently
large to warrant the erection of the
plant. Commissioner Hart stated:
"I don't know. Of course, there Is
some money left, but I cannot guar
antee the city against an emergency
and should a number of contagious
disease cases occur during the winter
the treasury would be depleted."
The commission decided that the
books would be investigated and then
they would take up the matter of de
termining whether or not to go ahead
with the erection of the plant.
Already several incinerating plant
companies have sent salesmen to this
city, with plans and specifications of
those erected in other cities. It is
thought that two units would be suf
ficient for Rock Island's needs at pres
ent. No Odors from Plant.
Commissioner Hart stated this
morning tnai .nere wov no ouors aris -
i n c from the Dlant at SDrinefield and
that the neonle of the Htv need have
no fear from this source, in cise the
institution is located on the city
Erounds in Reservoir park
ON FORiil OF BIDS
Cffers on Police Alarm Will Be
Received Under Three
ENDS ARGUMENT FOR TIME
Anticipate Other Warm Sessions When
Commission Takes Up Matter
of Letting a Contract.
The city council this morning, with
the adoption of an ordinance present
ed by Mayor H. M. Schriver, for a time
at least ended argument over the po-
lice alarm system. Indications are
that more trouble will be forthcoming
Schriver provided for the advertising
of separate bids for the outside wiring
of the system and also for the com
plete installation, which would in
clude inside and outside wiring. The
council already had advertised for
bids for the boxes to be installed, but
it did not call for the wiring.
The resolution as adopted therefore
covers the entire project. The coun
cil is to receive separate bids under
three classifications, and thus the
fight started in the council Monday
afternoon and rehearsed several times
during the week at informal meetings
is at an end.
Home Labor Contention.
The differences of opinion among
the council according to present indi
cations will stand in the way of an
early settlement of the matter when
the bids are opened and the matter of
letting the contract Is up. Then the
same trouble and the same arguments
over whether home labor Is being giv
en a square deal, will likely spring up.
The specifications upon which the
successful contractor must agree and
on which he will make his bids, were
adopted this morning at the session
by the council. Several minor changes
RECORD TIME IN
Personal Injury Suit Instituted
in Morning and Taken Im
mediately to Court.
Record for speed In bringing a case
before Judge R. W. Olmsted was made
this morning when a short time after
a personal injury Bull was filed in cir
cuit court, the Judge had set it for
hearing the first thing Monday after
The suit was Instituted by OUie Bull
next friend to Sanford B. Sherrett, a
Moline boy. The defendant in the
case is Samuel R. Kennedy. Moline.
who the declaration charges, while
driving an automobile near the corner
of Twenty-ninth street and Fourth ave
nue. Moline, on Oct. 24, ran into youg
Sherret, injuring him.
Sherrett was riding on a bicycle
at the time and it is charged the wheel
was damaged and the youth cut. bruis
ed and rendered lame. Damages to
the extent of $163.50 are asked.
Attorneys asked this morning for a
trial by jury and Judge Olmsted set
the hearing for Monday afternoon.
TRIES 2ND TIME
TO GET DIVORCE
East Moline Man Asks for Legal
Separation, Although For
mer Case Was Dismissed.
Louis Danible, East Moline, for the
second time this morning instituted
divorce proceedings against his wife
Minnie Danible. He charges adultery
in the bill filed today.
On Oct. 24, 1913, court records show
that be started suit against his wife
for legal separation and that on Feb.
4, this year, the case was dismissed.
Today he again started action, this
time making the charge against his
wife stronger than before. He stated
that by reason of her actions, he de
serted her March of this year.
He stated that they were married in
Pennsylvania April 1, 1907, and that
two children, Florence aged 4, and
Madeline, aged 6, were born as a re
sult of the marriage. He asks custody
of both children.
PAID A TRIBUTE
Judge Olmsted Commends Him
for His Service as He Ad
journs Court Last Time.
At 11 o'clock this morning Phil Mil
ler shouted "Hear Ye! Hear Ye! Hear
Ye! The honorable circuit court of
Rock Island county now- stands ad
journed until Monday afternoon at 2
It was the last time Mr. Miller will
repeat the proclamation in circuit
court as a bailiff, for Monday when the
new sheriff-elect takes office there will
be a new bailiff. The chairs were
; mpty al the time, there being present
ia the court but the judge, clerk, court
reporter and a newspaper man.
Just previous to ordering the court
adjourned Judge Olmsted paid a trib
ute to Mr. Miller as an officer. The
"Mr. Miller. I understand that this
is the last time you are to be here as
bailiff in this court. I want to thank
you for the courtesies and attentions
you have accorded me while in such
capacity, end I recommend you as a
' PERSONAL POINTS Ij
o . y
Miss Myrtle Helgeson or Minnesota
came today for a visit with Mrs. Fred
Fosse'.l, 729 Thirty-fourth street.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Wagner, 904
Twenty-third street, have returned
home from a two-weeks' visit at Ex
Miss Ruth Bergstrom and Miss Lau
ra Nelson have gone to Orion to spend
Sunday with the latter's sister,
Cornelius Graham of South Rock
Island and hi3 brother-in-law P.
Dunlap of Gravette. Ark., left yester
day for Zephyrhills. Pa., were they
will spend the winter months.
A. W. Roth well, sales manager of
the Rock Island Plow company, re
turned last evening from Peoria, where
he attended the 15th annual conven
tion of the Illinois Retail Implement
and Dealers' association, which con- j
vened at the Hotel Jefferson
Rothwell was the only Rock Island
man to attend the session.
A. M. Bruner is home from Des
Moines, where he went as a membej
of the committee from the trl-city
churches to interview Rev. William
Sunday relative to a religious cami
paign in this city. Mr. Bruner is an
old friend of the noted evangelist, hav
ing known him in the old days when
he was in Y. M. C. A. work and be
fore he acquired his reputation as a
revivalist. Mr. Bruner was a guest of
Rev. and Mrs. Sunday at 5 o'clock tea
while in Des Moines.
Verdict for Defendant.
A jury in the circuit court yesterday
afternoon found for the defendants in
the case of the National Brewing Co.
vs. Morris & Lewis of this city. The
brewing company had sued the local
men for $1,000 on a guarantee that
they would ftand good for that amount
for a local saloonkeeper.
HAS PROVEN TO
HAS PROVEN TO IE THE
ONLY RELIABLE REMEDY FOR
AND KIDNEY TROUBLE.
If lour limba and joints are
wrenched with the miseries ot I
Rheumatism 11 you hve sharp.
Blabbing, shouting pains, weak.
lame, aihina back, inflamed bl.id
der wilh sialdinK. burning sere
sat ions or any ol lhoe torment
ing, life sapping ailments due lo
deadly uric acid poison in your
v.in SIlLVOn Ihe one lemedy
hirh gives alniont instant telle!.
lnnt go on enduring these ex
cruciating pains and nu-ry when
ha atmnlw 0,inff tfl allvdnilMUIC
and getting a 50c or tl Oubottleof SOLVO. yog
can uuukly relieve your sutfenng. and what's
more, completely remove the cur. lust ask lot
&OLVO Any druggist knows what it is and wul
Igsinply you una money bark guaiantee.
Mail orders fillnl by Wyiiriibaih broa. Coos.
May. Evansvilic. lad. n faOLVO Uxla.
J. F. Kuehl Given High Honor by
Odd Fellows in Yearly
FISHER IS THE SECRETARY
Fraternal Aid Union Selects Frank J.
Nesseler a President Hamill
Bill la Endorsed.
The annual meeting and election of
officers of Rock Island encampment
i.'o. 12, I. O. O. F was held last even
ing at Odd Fellows' hall.
After the business session was over
an entertainment was tendered those
present. Card games and dancing
were enjoyed and light lunch served.
More than 75 were present and an
enjoyable time was had during the
social end of the session.
The list of officers chosen for the
ensuing year follows:
C. P. J. F. Kuehl.
H. P. Peter Mejerle.
S. W. C. Iosend.
J. W. H. W. Holtz.
R. S. J. A. Reid.
F. S.C. W. Hathaway
Treasurer P. O. Fisher.
Trustees for one year J. D. Boll
man, O. K. Sippel, H. H. Bull, James
Price atid V. J. Bliesener.
Fra'.ernal Aid Union Elects.
At the regular meeting Friday even
ing of Rock Island council No. 700, F.
A. U., the following officers were elect
ed for the ensuing year:
President Frank J. Nesseler.
Vice President P. J. Dowdal.
Past President R. G. Summers.
Secretary E. F. Stroehle.
Treasurer F. Y. Stroehle.
Chaplain Mary E. Clark.
Guide Pearl McClain.
Observer Edward Ashalm.
Sentinel H. W. Palmer.
Trustees Ida M. Blankenburg,
three years; William Kester,
Medical Examiners Br. W,
Snively. Dr. E. M. Sala.
Pianist Miss Mabel Leaf.
The installation will take place the
first meeting in January, when an en
tertainment will bs held. Th3 Hamill
bill, providing for the pensioning of
civil service employes, was unani
mously endorsed by the council and
the resolutions were ordered sent to
Senators J. Hamilton Lewis and L. Y.
Sherman and Congressman Clyde H.
Tavcnner, asking their support of
the needed legislation.
MISS AGNES EGAN
DIES IN FAR WEST
Member of Well Known Rock
Island Family Expires After
Six Months' Illness.
RELATIVES AT HER SIDE
Had Gone From Home in Minneapolis
to Altadena in Hope of Bet-
tering Her Health.
Word is received here of the death
of Miss Agnes Kgan, former Rock Is-
j land resident, which occurred at
Altadena, Cal., yesterday morning at
3 o'clock after suffering six months
with a complication of diseases. She
had left her home in Minneapolis four
months ago, going west in the hope of
improving her condition. Although lo
cal friends knew that she was not in
the best of health her death comes as
a sad shock.
Miss Egan was born in Sheffield, 111.,
and was a daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Peter Kgan. The family moved to
Rock Island when she was a girl and
she had resided here up until six years
ago. when she moved to Minneapolis,
i Minn., with her sister, Elizabeth, who
was a teacher in the public schools of
For a number of years the Egan sis
ters conducted a fashionable dress
making establishment in Rock Island.
Elizabeth Egan was at her sister's bed
side when the end came, going to Cali
fornia with her four months ago. An
other sister, Mrs. Louis Pfoh, formerly
of Rock Island, was also present.
The survivors are the two sisters
and a brother, W. J. Egan, of Minne
apolis. The remains will be placed in a
vault at Altadena for the winter and
will be brought here for interment in
Calvary cemetery in the spring.
TWO BROTHERS GLADLY PAY
FOR SUPPORT OF TINDALL
Recent statements to the effect that
Atlas and V. P. Tindall, farmers liv
ing near Milan, had failed to contrib
ute to the support of their brother,
Henry, is a mistake, according to them, j
Another brother, Joseph, is said to I
have been unwilling to pay the amount !
which Judge B. S. Bell ordered him to
produce and this has resulted in the '
litigation in county court. The first j
named brothers say they have been
willing contributors all along.
HEALTH CAMPAIGN BEING
CONDUCTED AT SEARS
The smallpox case in Sears has
caused the health department and)
school authorities to work hand in
hand for the protection of the newly
annexed territory of South Rock Is
land. A "vaccination bee"' has been
under way during the past week, and
many residents who have never been
protected ln this manner have yielded
Here Is a Load of Coal
Pjlit " wi ' I'M i ririHiiK .ill- . im il'lfll
This is Genuine Springfield Lump. Notice the BIO CHUNKS.
That's the kind of coal we deliver. It produces heat. This coal at
$3.75 single tons and $3.50 in ton lots is a-bargain. We solicit your
Phone, R. I. 1992.
to the moral suasion vbrought to bear,
and have been vaccinated.
No further cases of the disease has
been reported since the case of Fran
cis Sellars. The smallpox sign upon
this house was borrowed from the lo
cal health department. Dr. G. G. Craig
of Rock Island has been assisting Dr.
Asav in the campaign at Sears. An
investigation revealed the fact that
several cases of chickenpox were also j
found in the vicinity.
FOR CITY DOCTOR
Understood Council Will Have
at Least a Quartet to Pick
From on Monday.
When the members of the city com
mission Monday afternoon take up
the matter of appointing a doctor to
fill the vacancy caused by the resig
nation of Dr. G. G. Craig as city health
physician, they will have at least four
applicants to pick from.
One of the commissioners stated
that a number indicated to him that
they are after the job. At the session
of the council held this morning the
matter was discussed, including the
question of salary. It is understood
that it will remain the same, which is
$ COO per year.
TIT! 1 1 a.l 3t J.l
vwien asueu v. no me caiiuiuates
were the commissioner refused to
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I'u lllc-at ion -Volli-e.
State of Illinois, Kock Island Coun
In the Fourteenth Judicial Circuit. In
and for saiil Oounty of Rock Island.
To the January term. A. I). 1S15. Bill
to Foreclose, No. 73G3.
The lilac-k Hawk Homestead Build
ing, Loan & Savins" Association, com
plainant, vs. William J. Hleuer, Alfhild
K HicuiT nml Tliomaj J. M id i 1 1- ! of enri -
Tn t li -i TinrrtA,t Thnttin, I AT-
dill, non-resident dsfendant:
Affidavit of your non-residence having-
been tiled in the ollice of the under
signed clerk of said court in the above
entitled cause, notice is hereby iven
to you that the above named complain
ant has riled in said court
its bill of complaint apainst
you. on the chancery side of said court:
that a summons in chancery has been
issued in said cause ajiainstyou return
able to the next January term of said
cvurt. to be beiun and Siolden in the
court house in the city of Rock Island,
in the coumy of Rock Island and state
of Illinois, on the rirst Monday of Jan
uary. A. D. 1 ! 1 r,. m which time and
place you will appear and plead, answer
or demur to the said bill of complaint as
you may see tit.
Dated at Rock Island. 111., this 5th
day of December. A. D. 1914.
GEORGE ". GAMBLE,
Clerk of taid Circuit Court.
Walker, Ingram & Sweeney, solici
tors for complainant.
State of Illinois, Rock Island Coun
In the Fourteenth Judicial Circuit, ln
and for said Countv of Rock Island.
To the January term. A. I. 1915. Bill
to Foreclose. No. 7:tt4.
The Rlack Hawk Homestead Build
ing. Loan Savinif Association, com
plainant, vs. William J. niftier. Alfhild
E. Hleuer and Thomas J. Medill, defend
To the (ihov named Thomas J. Me
dill. non-resiit nt defendant:
Affidavit of your non-residence hav
ing I n tiled in the oliice of the untier-
iKiied clerk of said court in the above
entitled cause, notice is hereby piven
to you that the above named co'mplain
ant has tiled in said court
its bill of complaint against
you. on the chancery side of said court:
that a summons in chancery has been
issued in said cause apainst you return
able to the next January term of said
court, to be beirun and hoiden in the
court house In the city of Rock Island,
in the county of Rock Island and state
of Illinois, on the lirst Monday of Jan
uary. A. D. 1915. at which time and
place you will appear and plead, answer j
or demur to the said bill of complaint as t
you rnav see lit. I
Dated at Rock Island. III., this 5th
day of December. A. I). 1914.
GEORGE W. GAMBLE,
Clerk of Said Circuit Court.
Walker. Inirram & Sweeney, solici
tors for complainant.
Due to selling the latest lire anil the fact that we get a shipment of
batteries direct from the factory every 10 days, assuring you al
ways fresh and new batteries. 300 flashlights just received.
90c to $3.25
Electric hand lanterns, Just the thing for around the house,
a.id will burn from 75 to 100 hours on a 25c battery. $1.75 to $2.50.
LET US SHOW THEM TO YOU.
Office and Yard 1508 First Avenue.
Palmer Christian of Chicago, assisted
by Mrs. Hilda Matthey of Davenport,
will give an organ recital at the First
Methodist church Monday evening,
Dec. 7, at 8 o'clock. Price of the con
cert will be 25 cents. (Adv.)
Ps y c lb Paifansd
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trance medium, psychometrlst. scientific
life reader, business, test and aplrlt
medium. Licensed by year. -
Says, "So positive am I of my power
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unless you obtain perfect satlnfaction."
READS HT'MAN I,IFE FROM THE
CRADL.S TO THE GRAVE BY A SCI
E.VCE AS VffEKRIXO AS THE UW3
OF GRAVITY. i
Past and future events are to him
like an open book. He gives advice In
full detail on all matters pertaining; to
speculations, law suits, love, marriage,
divorce, accidents, and the various en
terprises of commercial life. He ha
read the palms of Queen Victoria, the
emDeror of Germany, the czar of Rus-
! "ia, tirover uioveiana, aira. ieveiana,
j Bismarck. Gladstone, and many men
: alio wi.nieu inilluua 111 11 ici aiui mi
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Gives palmistry and clairvoyant read"-
Ingrs daily and Sunday from 10 a. m. till
7 p. m. And until 9 p. m. on Wednes
day and Saturday evenings.
Permanently loeated and licensed.
318 Brady Street
(Up one flight.)
$2,500.00 and services will enable
you to get in one of the best paying
propositions. Good salary, immense
dividends. Business stands close
See Mr. Scherer, 207 Central Of
fice building, Davenport. Office
hours, 9 A. M. to 6 P. M.
Open evenings, 7:30 to 10 P. M.
LOST Small white French poodle;
wore collar. Reward for his re
turn to 1010 Twenty-second street
or phone R. I. 554 or 1559-K.
Delivered to any part of the city,
$3.50 per ton. Weighed at the city
scales. Telephone 3015 Rock Island