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THE ROCK ISLAND AUGKS. SATURDAY, JANUARY 23, 1915.
'ASK FARM AGENT
IN THIS COUNTY
Coe Township Farmers Want a
Conference in Bock Island
at Early Date.
lri The Farmers' Protective asso
ciation la committed to action a'ong
the me and this question will
also be aubmtttei at the Reynolds
meeting for consideration.
VIOLATES A NEW
INVITE OTHERS TO ASSIST j s EotenburArrestTd for Keep-
ins: Horse in Shed Eu'lt
so Decide to Send Man to Spring
fe'a to Seek Relief from Live
GETS DIVORCE ON
Ethel Mae Stone Secures De
cree From Husband Who
Is in Penitentiary.
FILED SUIT ONCE BEFORE
First Case Was Stopped When it Was
Learned That She Was Not
Qualified to Get Separation.
t . f.wr... hip have tak-
In tb. moti-mriit to .
rj. t frrn aenl. They bave j f ,.rre1
r .r ! con:-rcnce of all orranl
. t fa'n.r and of others In-
,j : be t.t.ii la Uwk Island lot
roma icotenburs was arrested yeo-1
terdar on a charge of violating the
new city ordinance rela'Ive to sanl-: Mr. Kihei Mae Stone of this city.
tary buildings. The charges were pre-1
by Building Inspector Stapp,
who claimed that Hotcnburg erected
a shed against bis home at 311 Tent!)
! this morning was successful in. Be-
t-uring a divorce from her husband Joe
fi the farm and will not make any'
Mr. and Mrs. A. Rathmann and!
daughters. Mrs. Lee Gardner and Missj
Norma Rathmann of Ijb Claire Missj
Nellie I.iphardt of Rock Island and'
Mr. and Mrs. George I.iphardt and
ion. Lawrence. L?phardt. were here j
t-attmd the funeral of Mrs. Charles!
.Mary Alleen. the 3-weks-o!d daugh
ter rf Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Kipper of
Tort Kyron, passed away Sunday even
ing after ;k'S,rief illness. Funeral ser
vices were held at the home Tuesday
at 10 o'clock, conducted by Rev. Mr.
Davidson of the Congregational
church. wiia burial at Oak (trove cemetery-
Those who were shopping: in the
trl-clties Thursday from this vicinity
wcre Mrs. Albert Heeren and (daugh
ters. Mr. FranteSample. Mrs. Carroll
Heeren, Mrs. Ben Lamb. Mrs. William
Stone, now in the penitentiary. It Kipper ,andn Virgil. Mrs. John Mc-
wag her second attcmit to secure le
gal separation from her husband.
.'i.;r.- an.i to again take up ! street, in w hich was quartered a horse, i Some .time ago Mrs. Stone started
" -.'r preliminaries. They
n a.iare,i cf the assistanc e o.
ni'-r-i' Protective association
n h-id iuarters In South Mo-
Mr. Stapp maintained that the 6truc-suit for divorce through her attjr-
ture Is unfit for habitation and ordered ; n," Johu K- Scott, and when the
it torn down. 1 w as brought up in circuit court
Rotenburg was represented in the before Judge R. W. Omsted. it was
who' 'earned that she hart not heen a resi-
! dent of the county for a year, the re-
! . - question will be laid be- i ra-se by Attorney M. K. Sweeney
farmers of Kdg.ngton and. took a change of venue from Smith's
;re meeting :hi after-'court to Justice Kuehl's court. After i "."'red time by law. when she started
r Reynolds for the
k nn organization in that
purpotte j a hearing the case was dismissed
I This Is the second tlmo Mr.
,y I the suit. l he result was the rase
j was dropped at the time and a new
Stapp J declaration tiled.
!:."! m Friday evening at J has made complaint again-st the de- I he charge was desertion, crueity
..- !..! c,e Coe Town- fendant. The fir.-t action was dismiss- an'i that he r husband was in the pen-
r i Improvement league took d w hen It was found the buildirg ord- itentlary. Stone was sentenced from
riir. t p in this direction ! Inance had never been published and
.- !.-.-n nn!.. since the efforts jit was necessary to have this done be-!r:t-r
f-ll flat. The date I fore the suit could be heard.
'.(r'ni-e a not settled, i- j
r."d w l-e to confer w:th the
.ai.!.:on which were dls - II PERSONAL POINTS II
r.c.'-ri'-e t.-fore taking in1 V
i- That th're will be
:i"on.pIishej this time ) returned from Chicago last evening.
::n line doubt. I
1. 1 S. I.. Woodburn of the I
Roberts. Mrs. Mertella Moe and little
daughter. Miss Anna Kruckenberc.
Mrs. Henry Setzr and Mrs. S'nafer.
WINE BOTH GAME
Girls' and Boys Basketball'
Fives Defeat Lincoln School j
in Ea3y Style. j
In the srado school basketball games'
which a-io staged at the high school 1
this circuit court to Juliet from one
to ten years on a charce of rape, his
stepdaughter Hazel Ham. aired 11
years being the complainant. this morning, the Hawthorne pirl
Two Other Decrees. team defeated the Lincoln five by the
Judge Olmsted granted two other j count of S to 1. while the Hawthorne
divorces this morning. Mrs. Alta 1 boys took rei eiige on the Lincoln
Robert I. Scott of L. S. McCabe Co. j rider was given a legal separation i school f.,r i,oaMnir tilm in f()(u,:,!i. hv
today conferred with Sec-
i-r (;.,r M'-Master and W. C.
-.-I t '. trie Farmers' Protective
-..i': :i of South Molino and the
, ii-t r..imeii went to Reynolds to
v t?.- r., a'ter bf're the meeting
r- I; hid ti"n hpe( that Wil-
.'i. !' ;".. rw orrh taijriit also attend
- ;noM4 meeting, but he was
ay f :i a b isiness mission.
O.scuss Stock Quarantine.
.-.. C,,.. Je.itin a!-o decided to
.: .-. r. r r -nrative to Sprinirtlel J
a-.. t:a". ti.l-t county be relieved
i rei.'.ricrii,;is of the live
' : "rantlne requiring from the
f tf. h'Xif and mouth di
Ther.. has ln no outbreak
-i lountv an.J !r is f'-': that the
r.i-. t.ne t requiring In tiinecesary
- i- uptjn the live t-tock ra!ers
Miss Sarah Lawson left this morn-
ir-f; for several -weeks' stay at St. Pe
ir T. Nutt of Chicago Ls visiting at
the home of Albert Uurton, 2S10 Fifth
and a half avenue.
rai'i" iar'nis oj a line oany noy, nu tornevs.
made his prearance yesterday after-! Gertrude Jensen was granted a d!
noon at 3 o'clock at their home. ( vorce from her husband Daniel Jon
Twenty-slxtb street. He tipped the 1 sen. whom she married in Galesburg
frm it hiiol.ml XT'lfr... I. t--?flt. t
. . . . .' i walloping the latter school's basket-
The charge was desertion. The , ,, v.
, iiit.it t. . oa i i ve a tue tune oi sj to J.
couple was -wedded in this city Nov. ... , , ;
13, lPflrt. and she charges that her
hu:iband deserted her Oct. 24. 1312.
Her maiden name of Alta Hurley was
restored to her bv the court. The
h.hnj Hi,l n enter a rnpi ra n r e. ! " " """-"- " e li t
I'laiuLt- f;.vxiie in prepara
tion for iii.' giade school basketball
tojrnmnent fur both boys and girls.
high school frethmen substitutes took
. the Lincoln seconds to a trimming by
a 11 to 7 counU
"These gsines now being played ;
.immiir flit. tlifTt-renf r-iru! r
01 . .11 Oil. - . t , .
fw n4 I- - G..,r,o-t- o r . .,.i.i I . ! Illll.'Il.irV
..... ....... . ... . .v u - v . ij - nnn sr nvrr a- m n t 'r were i.fi .i t -
US J I
scales at 10 pounds on his arrival.
Orval Wilson departed this morning
for Tavlorv llle. III., to attend thj fu
neral cf bis mother, who died Thurs
day at Stockton. Cil.. while visiting
at the home of her daughter, Mrs. J.
M I ond.
Paul Rrandenburg. for 20 ears man
ager and buyer of the men's clothing
.i"o furnishings department of the I
S. .Met abe . store. Is to resume
h!n old icsitien there Monday. For
the pa-f four years he has been Cm
plryed in a like capacity by J. H. C.
Petersen's Sons. lavenjiort.
U'aH Archer tit P'nlrt.nrt- Veil
came th! morning to visit at the home 1 " lt ,TO "l
Jan. 21. 1P12. She charged that he :
deserted her April 24. inl2. S hriver ;
& Schriver 'were licr attornews anil i
the husband did not enter an ap
pearance. JAIL coMMTttee
Are you out of a job?
! yo'i ant to get a start?
Are you anxious to secure pay
. I in a coasting accident recently and is
, , , i Mill confinej to St. Anthony's hospi-!
"' "" " luueuu- ,a, js KPtt!nK alonK nlceiy. although
iff William Smitn. Twenty-fourth of r' of,'r-
.'..treet. Mr. Smith, who was inJnre,, I ' oon some were g.ven an oppor un.ty
I . ... , ' . ,ito address the committee brietl.
a bank account
recovery is necessarily slow.
John Whitman, Chicago, superm-
', tendent of the house of correction o;
,' Cook eounty. arrived in ttie city early
i f hta nffenwinil nut!' tll:tr1. nn I.IdresS
i i ;
! RUMOR JACK TIGHE MAY
Is to be a dinner in his honor at the
! MAMARFI final Rfll I TFAM'v. im. c. a., to which the jail build
ent and have
of your own?
If you do,
then p.ROW.VS BCSINKSS ,
Ciil.I.lXK can help you as it A rumor has been In circulation for
has hundred and thousands of ' several days to the effect that Jack
other ambirio-is young m-n and Tigho. popular Inlander. Is going to
which will take place week after n-xt.'
stated rhvs-'ca! Director II. S. Roc
this :iiorn:i.y. Iloe also stated that
all of thr tclioo.s having eight grades
will ptii-ticipHTe in t!;e tourney. tho.-
alre.;)y citertd being Horace Mann.
Lincoln. I.cngf;';w ami Hawthorne.
This tc-tirnmiK nt. according to Kr:i,
will be pulled o:f in the? hiirii sch.ool
pytnnasi'.im. the gain's taking plate
iftr sc-hool Next n,'s it is tiiought
that the int. -class bills' (ouni'-v will
begin at the I.ig'.i school. All of the
j girl class teams are in tine condition,
lanikieady for t'i- start ( f 'i'K tourna-
1 tiient. The titi" is supposed to lie be
The court house was swamred to-tweil Uie Jllliior and b,.nil)r t(.aIs
day with architects, jail furnishings ; v.;tn t,le 0(j(, . lavtri,l;, l!lt. iutler
eale.-men and others interested in the ; j..,;1;lti
At the meet.ng ; Two- lw.sVeti.t.tl ,,.. r f.. it...-.
jthorne school of which Miss Grate
; Robertson is principal, were played
(last night at the West lind Settle-
ment "gym." when th. S-l boys' team
met the S-2 boys' live, the latter win
jning by the linal s . ir of to 4. a:;d
j tile S-l girl quii;t-'f. c!h!h (I with tiie
;? 2 girls' team, the S-l team coming '
out on the long end of a 4 to count.
: As the srr.r. s i .( r:i K.th f-nnt. t
ling committee, newspaper men and ; werp hlj rout.-n, ,t tl t ,rd;n ;,n,.
! charity workers have been invited. To-jt(alnwo.. ,H.fnI; r . (,,v:1 ,V f,u.r
: niuht he makes an address at the ,,,aI)ls lh I;,u u , ,;,.,. ,vf re
1 ll Ilieu UIIU ""lill ii. ieo:.t ie,l hv Mk. C-.r-ty an I
'take over the managerial reins of a
banebail team. When Interviewed this
Mr. Whitman was ?"Ci:red bv the
Over 6,000 students
morning Mr. Tighe would neither af-.
I firm n i r Ilm .furv iifutttiii I In 1 1
w.-r" . t.r 1 In our hools last did not care to make a statement at'
yar. The popular demand for, this time. .
the sp.-cial trailing which we i Mr. Tighe. the popular hero of old.
give is constancy increasing ! just returned to the city yesterday ;
ami the many advantages that ' from a trip out of the city, but it 1
e sre able to offer through our i not believed that lie w ill have any.
hi -M erfV.ent organization in-, thir.g to do with Tearney and his j
d.ie.--, a vnst arrny of bright . crowd.
oi:rg people fo enter ctur rank I Still another rumor has it that an ( Watertown at
every j.-ar. ; undesirable element of Davenport and ents. Mr. and Mrs. Ira Richard.
; Rock Island are discussing the possl
ftight nOW is 3 good ' bllltles of organizing a ball club for
hnsketh.nl I ei-.f..et ,i ,. m t.-.
cc ini.nttce to give miormaiion rcvara-, h,rf,, tcluwl froni .. 3 r,w
Ing the constructicn of Jails and ; suit of orcaiiizim; and . oacl.ing baskot
anwer a'l questions which may arle. l)ail j:l ,; fratum.it. s hoois
' l'- cons.dered an expert on j The bov fl..:l!5 u,, as fol)oxvs:
lm--W. j s.l (4) j.2rj (Ct
.Glen Hendrickson .f. . Harrison Sperry
rr r Yi ! f-"001' Pearlstrom . f. George Hanshaw
" COE M. Claude Carlson c Hoy Fade
Ralph Ptting g Artliur Huber
Mrs. Krnest 5erkin and little son Kdward Chambers. g I'liilip Carp
Glenn are spending a few days in, Referee i K. Tabor. Uimekeeper
the home of her par- McMuIlin. Scoreket -per Kcluerer.
Coach Miss Cantz. ;
Jolsn Dnrbin is in Minn?sota this! The line-up cf the girl teams was as-
time to start
W. c 11 start on in any depart
:.t r.t Monday, citing day
or evening. Call at the Col-lei-o
for full Information.
(Opposite Court House)
TWO CANDIDATES ARE OUT
W'llam AL Ileal, well known tailor
in the 1im Ulock. announced this aft-
rrcooa his candidacy for commission
er at the .spring elections. W. II.
Berry. 161S Fourteenth and one half
street also applied fr a petition as a
candidate for commissioner.
at 9 o'clock
week, visiting at the home of Mr. and j follows :
Mri. Dayton Camp. S1 ' 1
Ainia waiiKe 1.
Iona Carlson f . .
Rose Pawe c.
Gertrude Patting.. g.
Agnes van Postel.g..
Miss Mabel Walker is 'visiting a
few days with her sister, Mrs. Juhn .
Mr. ond Mrs. Frank I.iphardt of
Graf. Neb., were called here ,to at-:
tend tlie funeral of Mr. Liphardt's sis-1
t?r, Mrs. Sophia Kipper. j
A large crowd attended (he sale of j
live stock and implements conducted j (C
by Mrs. William Mill. Wednesday, and l
everything sold at a good price.
Revival meetings have closed at
nethel church after two weeks of very
interesting nnd succe-sful work. A
. Kvclyn I ludson
Kliz ibeth Vosel i
Silent Seven J
The Standard Visible
,ip'nter i ouch
This Saves a 5-ton Load Per Day
Old standards are overturned again by Oliver invention.
For not since we first gave visible writing to the world has the labor
of thousands been lightened so. Now we &ive you l he. new model
OHver the Silent Seven. It operates with one-third less exertion
than requved by the average typewriter!
Touch by Weight
This Is the great weigLt test
that teils the story. You can
make it you can prove all we
Just p'.ace enough weights on
the key tops of various type
writers to make the type print.
Thus you measure the force vou
must strike with your finger
vvn en ii kind of mai-Uinc.
Ploane note timt tins omials
ounces of pressure on the ke
the average typ-- rltt.r. Note,
that the O.iver writes v. hen
touch ;ii,' keys v.irh a t;.p
c'iUai- thi: wt ic'ai of tu.ly
.d of fi
a v :'; a
s" ri lies
t ime-j per !.iy.
Thus the Oliver relieves e.ich
typewriter operator of the need-
work of movirg daily 5 full
Turn your bark on the old sty'e
wearing grind, it is fruitless la
bor, like moving mountains a
spoonful at. a stroke.
Accept. a;s thousands of others,
the Silent Seven Oliver accept
the freedom it brings you from
Link your ability to this master
achievement visible reudnx. vis
ible writo;'.-. reguhir or I'rintype.
iiitcrchangcabh! can iu.o iiiid iight
ect touch knawn.
It lias the universal arranwe-
opera t e.
fe'we: t keys to
'i'iieTi tile famous T'-shnped type
b: r I ::.- ti ; ;i." ( . r.lrongest in all
i'ie v.orid f ir e!e::!l, I'lear wiitini;
-- -'i siiei ts of ruanifold at once.
Then ten, our automat c spacer
that inl:u:ces your p .per lo an
oti'er line without your having to
r itic mi I if r.
The Standard Visible W riter
17 Cents a Day
New Book Free
And we iet ymi buy it on our popu:;;r purth.ise phin-
The price of this new O'ivei -the Siient Seven lias r.oj bei-n l:it-reusid a five-rent j ece
give you by careful estimate 25 per cent added vaiue!
payments tHat equal but 17c a day!
Send for the brand new Sib-nt Seven Book that f-i!)
fully inform yoi of points that others dare nor. gr-e. It
porations and individuals flock to Oliver every day. A ;
FKKE semi your request at once.
ires and c.b seriln s Ibis tjpewriter. Let us
you why bi:4 business and sinall brno-, cor-
tiiiii booi; jio'tpaid by return mall
St a! brin
311 Brady St., Duvenpo
Phone Dav. 20
Mullin. Scorer Scheerer.
SPEND SOME COIN
tors have signed the paper,
i l.'p until a late hour this
i no new candid-V.es took out
i but it. is anticipated that a;;
for the last day of filing draws
! iat"e will be many mot e who
jump into the inc.". At prenuit thr-lH
fii-riioon. are 10 out for c '.mmissioti and on" for
fietil ions, : luayor.
u,,:ir' All tile II. 'WS ;.IJ the time The
v. iil ! A reus.
t j Each Will Be Required to Pa?r
Out at Least 2 0 Cents as
Mrs. B. Stephanie. . 1
The death of Mrs. H. Stephanie. G ;
years of age. occurred at 2 o'clock tin's
number f converts will -be added to I morning at the home of her daughter, AS TAX ON PAPhKb NLtU :
Mrs. Mary Brabant, 1111 Third street.
Store Closes on
at 9 'O'clock : :
Young & McCombs
j Rock Island s Big Qaality Store, j
the memhcrshln roll of the church. I
Mrs, FVri Phillies anH daughter, i after a lingering: illness of complica
Mrs. William Selmer.-and Miss Martha I !ions:, She as b,,rn in Belgium. Jan.
i. uoi, ana nau sjieni most oi ner me
In her native land. She came to Rock
Island two years ago from Belgium
and had lived here since. Her hus
band preceded her in death. She is
survived by one daughter, Mrs. Mary
Brabant, and two sons.
Funeral services will be conducted
Monday morning at 9 o'clock from the
Belgium Catholic church. Father P.
Holvoet officiating. Burial will be In
Baker of Rock Island, were here to
attend the funeral of Mrs. Charles
Mrs. Iouis Genung has been quite
ill the past jweek, but now Is improv
ing. Weimesday evening Clarence Till
brook's Snday school class and Miss
Cora Ziegler's class of the Methodist I
Sunday school enjoyed a fine sle'-gh-
1 ride. Afler the ride the .merry party
u-ent to the home of K. B. Sidlinger,
where they all enjoyed a fine oyster
eupper. There were 32 in he crowd
and it Is needless .to say all enjoyed
a fine time.
Some of he Port Byron teachers
met at the ihome of Mrs. Ida Pearsall
j Ten Cent War Levy Sticker Needed
! on Petition and Affidavit to be
Legal, Says City Clerk.
Each candidate for mayor and com- j
NORMAL SCHOOL TEACHER
VISITS COUNTY SCHOOLS
missioner will spend at least 20 cents j
as campaign expenses during tiie com- ;
ing election and none can point back,
after the election is over and truth- i
fully make the statement that he did !
not spend a penny in the race. J
City Clerk Martin T. Rudgren an- :
nounced the same this morning and j
called attention to the fact that on the j
petition of the candidate which is liled
ntiT-oic i with him, a war tax stamp of 10 cents
if ..-1fl !
Miss Parr.line flrote of the
State Vorml n, vaMmh ..s'liust be placed on the paper.
Monday evening to study the history j in this citv vesterdav, and accompan- Tlle amdavit too, wnicn is nied
I i L II itiviuu auu " " ""
f .i . . i i i t;J
r,arli.i.n,!n. cUc Itliat Uie CaUUluaie is a. quaimeu VUlej,
ber of institutions of learning in the the office for wn.ch be is running and
county. She was pleased with the that he is qualined o hold that orbce,
general conditions she found and com-! r,liIst taln s,mllar stalnp'
mended Miss Harris upon the satis-j File on Monday.
1 Monday is the first day for the filing
!cf petitions and it is expected .that on
! that day many of those who have tak-
i Freeport have a j little daughter atljj LICENSED TO WED j j en out applications, will present them i
tneir nome. air. wassen win De re-,
rehruar 1st. J J 5. J will move tnv siinc hospital
from the f(oo hlnck to in y new liiiildin- on Third ave
nue between Sixteenth and Seventeenth .streets.
PROMPT SERVICE FAIR PRICES GOOD
Established in Rock Island :o rears.
of education. This was the second i led by MiS3 Lou M. Harris, count v su-
meeting. The work is based on the
Illinois reading circle text.
Miss Myrtle Savage, who is confin
ed at St-.-Anthony's hospital. Rock Is
land, having Sad an operation fr ap
pendicitis, is improving rapidly. h"rj fact. showing made.
many friends will be pleased to learn. j
iMr. and Mrs. Kdward Wassell of!
. memb?red as a Port Byron boy.
Raymond A. O. Barr
at the office.
; .Mr. nd Mrs. Harry Cook, who had; He;pn Jcns0n
t intended mnnnc to fcrt Jivron la'tnei
Jfprtng. have now decided to remaiaj
Rock Island some m nm viii i"iiiuii. 1 ,
Moline'is tlone as 8 safeguard against any j
itineciinn as To the sienatures. and to
All the news all the time The Argus, j be sure that sufficient qualified elec-j
2 025 Fourth Ave.
Phone R. I. 2703
We install modern plumbir.gr and heating in
Se'ect any n:ake of fixtures from us.
Personal attention given to jobbing.
Five year guarantee given with our material.
Open until 9:30 every evening-.