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THE ROCK ISIjAXD AT?OTS. SATTTRDAV. JAXTTARV 23, 101.5.
SAVING EFFECTED !H!FOURTEENPLACES
BYACOHMISS!0N!SnH VIOLATE THE LAW
! ur.- ptiorj ...! ficeel , ".' gai-;
Ion, t.'.e prcnt coriuiT.p 103 txini; ,
F. Anderson Gives Figures in
Oppc :ng Return to
?. Z .!'!
SEES MANY ADVANTAGES
recr - li r net ion
j: aiar":i wi
ct- r. ;.:.g
VjI Arrou"t cf Irrproving Hi Been
Dona tnd B-st-iets Mas Bttn
Transact-:! Witn Ospat-.
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f.re department !
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of tl.e fire j
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g :i.f .-a me to
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Survey by Health Department
Finds Foods Ar.e Handled
ON PERSONAL STAFF
OF KAISF.R AT FRONT
TEN RESTAURANTS OFFEND
Wr. at Is p. r. a
dor-ra--r t -r
eomrrils ri f . ;.
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by " A:. J - -f!
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f !:..J fonting Six
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t'.or of t is -
Proprietory Warned s.d Given T wo
Weeks to Make Reforms. Arrest
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Local Swed:sh-American Re
publican Club Holds Its
-i at t "
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f-'j ji-:f ion if ;. a !
'ilil'!i"i ! r.aM'.r. I:.- Ir,
ijlt-i Irl I no :m:i "f l.ni-lr 1, f,f
(o!lar -a-h y-ar. 1 s:
Init-ai f ln;rt::s (.ay. train anrl
Costs Are Ccmpa-ei.
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si.srk.-t i : - foun I to
;r irii.-.l- Hi a ir.anin-r
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ji-.:. :s .r,. fo 1T1.1 to til- sip to
sin.l l. :,r -'..s.-. of
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: u !:i '.-1 . K i-a'1 :-
Elaborate Arrangements Will Be Made
for State Convention to Be
Held Here March 9.
Special t-omsnittcfe. wen? named at
o annual nieiiiuK of the Moline
(ic-nt-rul von Chelius,
fi-p.rra! v.iii ("in-H'is
i military .'i-d ip. tt-:it i;
I't t f r-liiirf.' a :nl K ;it
tl." p.Tmiai s'.:i:l oi'
f.H lir- ol'iii n' I .
i,;n--. .-',.:!. Tnis
ti. ti. j :. ; i;-t tiijsx its
ii i-i pr.-.-iusird tiiat
tn '.-arn s'niii-t
oi - i in- ' -I 'tj a--
pici-tl to in 'icr.'
w as furnsrrly '
ry at St.
protn'iu i! :1
l!:o kaiser at
.:S..l!i !-'rii!ay eve-'
i - ;i in w iirLaiii.o
n.-k starii-il. an.!
tiii iiii'inh.-r-i iii--iiiiisr
of tin- ii,' C1'-
i). i.itioti !i;-.s em- .
I S edisii-Aiiicrican
I-rulay fvcnins to
tueiits for t'u
look aft-'r the ar-
rites an officer from the front, "is
the nervous, inexperienced sentry,
who is always firing at stray cows or
'dropping acorns, or ot'ier objects
j which fail to ai.swcr Ins suimnons
: promptly. On 3 meets many such ncn
! tries, and their challenpos. "Halts -la.'
! ferocious in some cases, excited in
j others, is distinctly terrifying, espe
cially as it is backed up by a business
i like bayonet and a tremendous fmiger
I on a trigger. One is in real danger
iun'.il the word 13 ftiven.
I was walkins with a Reneral in ins
!own territory the other clay when we
wi re held up by such a man, who pre
sented his baj-onet to the generals
breast and refused to move umil an
officer had been summoned to estab
lish the generars identity. Of course
he was strictly correct, but as his
Iriile went off (in the air) from sheer
! nervousness as w e passed on, we had
i reason for feeiing a slight thrill."
CHURCH MAKES IT
AST TO PRETEND
Any Ilj'pociite Can Pray ani
Sing; but not Ail Will Work,
GIVES A SCATHING ADDRESS
Ir.'sh Divine Denies That He ls Ad
vance Agent for Billy Sjntiay
but Thanka Cod for Him.
and banquet to be held in Moline
March f. Mayor M. II. t'arl.-on
elected president to succeed Frank
Amsterdam. Correspondence of!
The Ass;ocia;ed Press.) "Lille has al
ready paid 3,400. 00' francs as a war
tax: the feeding of German troops has
X. K. Mua on wa
noosed of Mar: in T.
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owAfis mm ti
MOLiflE FOR JOBS!!.:
Eumor Factories Hero Have
on 4,00 0 I.I en C iuecs Cc-
Jtt;iiL-r. n. llr iia Hoglie.-g and Andrew
Ki-nu.e (if K-ielc Isla.'id. and Mariin It.!
Carlson, .lohu Suudine and X. K. Mun-,
son cf Moline, was appointed to na-ne ;
a vice president for each precinct in i
tills city, nine in Hock Island and two
in iiast .I ."in-'. The report of this
eomir. ita-e will be presented at the j
next meeting of the club. Standing
i-iitiiiniUu's were then named as loi
liuv s :
Kxccuf ive Cliarle ; Hranstrom. M.
' 11. v arli-oii. 1 .1. I.andee, Kmil John
's..!!. Carl Ha"gr"ii and Oscar Oberg.
Kiii;nce John Susidine, (a-urc-' W.
(John son, I'r. Louis o.-trom, 3i. it
1 X. !-'. M.inson.
tu select delegates and
the state convention---.!.
j IS. OakhNi" Albiti 1!. Arid- rson. Grant
ill-.cber-r and F. A. Johnson.
j Slate Is Recommended,
j Special onin.it.t m on tiie stat
ieo-f ii-; p million and a half, while the
,I,.'l. 1.,oti frnm lo .n I rt I 111 e 1 1 f
c insen '
i someth.ine over three hundred mil-
j lion." w rites the mayor of Lille to Gen
! eral von Heindrich, the military gov
ernor, begging to be excused from pay
ing an additional war tax' of three mil-
i lion francs, w hich the governor has
j "The governor's reply, according to
jthe Lille Bulletin, which is now pub
; lished bi-weekly under German super
! vision, is that "in view ot" the rpiiet
! behavior of the population I will al
jlow the payment of the remainder to
'be postponed for a week." The gov
s' ernor declined to recognize any obli
;g:ition on the part of the Germans to
f: ed the citizens, and recommended
I that the mayor import corn from ling-la;id.
C;tic'-:;iy-ul" P.itte: so-i
c'tided his series i if set ail lre
the three cities with u time
adress at the I-'irst Me; ho list
:u this city last n.vht in w !.i. u
labored the church as it i i.-;s
and called upon his heater.-,
out and , do actual work in ;h,
t.ince of their less fort ,:na"e ,.
and sisters. He vigorou.-; v
tiiat he -a:ne heie a.s ad -. ;t..i .
f-'jr 14 I!y Sunday.
"I have heard SuMda ip. ik.
he, "and 1 thni; God for h:iu
do a vast, amount yf l-od
l i: tt
today 10 pet
; Havre. (Correspondence of The
I Associated Press.) An oilicial slate
i mi nt gives the information that up to
'the present time the French authori
ties have dispatched to the front LiiTO.-
f r!- '.. tr-r
ti- p-ir :.
iria i i
f ll -.MS
i. i'.r.. f.
.e.r l atiat.i--
c .i i:i ! . '.
V ;ii d :i ;-. :
. ri.-. t. but !
..-i.t m r t'..
I a.. : .
kv i!i.! laid
li- 1 to a
:s .i-.y T- :
ity'j. c vi leTsi -.
: :i. it. !-.- :i
,!" r-:.. di.ig i i
j - r.-:iiitu:.'. ii:e
,-sil I '-f. -rrneiii
i.: t it is a v:i-t
oid apiia.: ird
the d nin-: :.
:--Ki.. r K. L.
; n v. .
I. I --es :
in tit; ! '.
r e t:- :.n !
- -.if - -1 I ' h -
a : i
r -Ahi.-h !
. s Mc-i ni
il set at i
;;:g the .
I.. r ef n
Ii 'ii: c.ilih
.-.nd soine i
i :i. of w hie!
is s. (-.-. a r
iu-.nied on reconunen-
l "ho ion of a eieamittee n:i':ic-.l at the
1'isl sc-ssioti and composed of Frank J.
Laitdee, n tiriiig jiresi.i, tit. G. L. Peter
son, retiring secietary. and Lmil
Jiiii!i.-ii. treasurer. Tl'.ose selected
On general arrangements Frank J.
I.a;:d- e, eiiairaian: Auciist Sandine,
:'.!. -rt Slialiberg. A. V. L.-.ierdahl. IJ .j
iV Freeman G. L. r.'-t.-r-on. Charles,
I'OO blankets. J.or.D.OuO underves.
1M 70.000 flannel belts. 1" I'SO.OoO pairs
of socks, 5O.O0O mufflers, and l.lhoO,
(HiO pairs of gloves. Large reserves
community, a i win- use
lore taking up the rc.i!
lies at yo-.ir hands?'"
Churches, .sa;( l;.-v.
hav,? deterora'od into re
the presi-i va' ion of the
The dicitity their m'-i-thet
he said, is fatal to sum. i m ;
undertakings for i.he b t'-iu
Too Little Work.
"There is altogether tm,
reading and study and loo tnu
ing and prayer," slid the i
"That is ail your Christ ian l-i
si ei-i.ies and Kpworth ! ,iiii
-vo a ai-y it;. jiuiTitp can
s:ni; a' d pray bn: not e.e
is ready to get oni and
turn for nthers. Too many
empty form.--, to cover up 1
along the lines uf acn.i; i,.
' ' rsiiii,
t .'li st.
things have also bi
I n II -
. -1' t : i .
' -irt ni--r-
en stocked j to mankind.
I "How many
enr;g at my rt
Peking. ('Correspondence of the As-; tended a he!j
so; iated Press. I In reply to a docu-, brother or si.-t.-r
mi nt recently printed and circulated ' forget mo of th..
by a supporter of the Manehu dynasty, learned Mo do in eh
the republican rovernment has issued 1 school and cultivate
dangers ol i!sefu,n
rv to the I The
!h-u.'..-tro::!. l-.nn! ( ol. man. A. L. Han- I a statement concerning the dangers ol ; nsettoness
b d son and F. V. Anderson. i attempting "to act contrary to the i The Moioi V. M
I wishes cf-'the people," saying that "it ' cured Mr. Pa'terson
j is no linger possible fjr one lamily to
iircvern Caina." That this is the pop
i uiar opinion s-ems to be borne out by
! th fact that the newspapers, though
Conirni'tc" on banijiiet Get rg" V.
J.'-;t:oh, cli:iii-"iai! : F. A. Landee. .1. li.
(lakliaf, Andrew Kempe. Jack Free
men. ". II. HoihiTg. A. P. F.eri-ielius,
M T. Iiudcrreti and Frank A. Johnson.
( "o'nmi?t'-e on speakers John sun-
dt en chairman: Kmil Johnson and Dr.
Initc.ii! of i.ri"5 bay. grain nul, u.v of ri.niiin- thf - s a:-irs. no ei.ii -ii:;, . i ; .r-- has be, n a report , , . .
JPp.,.., for ,h. I,..."- and oi.i.-r .1.-- .,-;..,. ..an ran b-if but -ay. : OT ATC H T ' IIDftOC ' ir' '! "li S" that there is .
rar.ni.-r,.. -, ,-a'! a Ti - r.-s-U. cf th- f.ur .ur;" trial j U I L U i 1 U f L 1 "'V ' - ". tU " TUr - iuh vo',.,, to hoM a meetim
i..n i:nd.T the f mr r-o-er r.f ;t.f ti,- c-.:ii;:i -'-. c over-:.-n! !.v .urj " w i r-port -. as start. -.1 wi? i the del b.-rate , . . '
........... . I . ;! e Manufacturers not. 1 I- b. ii i
U now P'iril.T-1 in rarliwl ia'.:! ri'v : . -arratit :.. c.tv i.i ion-I .. .purjo e .-: ::.!:: g i he Iowa canii d of , ...
, , . i ; in the evetiit.g. at union time a dm
tie parlns to t! !y nuay '.'.ti- !-n:l::..; it. trf.l f-r a:,.-t o-r i.-rm. I..-' , -T f Tjl.'r -'i:u, ot :'- i,, m. i. or to make p.is- .,, , , . ., , ,
. , . ... , . . , n"aer at Meetmgr Ot Biau , , ., , . 1 wi 1 be served lor the members of
lr!4 of J.i in u b ynr. . i :-n. .-.(.-. ga r-d In tnis trial. iw.:. !i l'-aAU ' .-' r.y. r s for ra: rnai - not , . - .,. ,
.V. n -.ini:.b" i f !.ot Th- rt'.i i.il
hr l on Vtr )-I all h- t:rn r. iv
t-Mivr ?irr.- ih.- pi.t.'tc. ti.- i '.. - li.-.g
inlirb" ! lai r "...n--I :
"An t-l-r.rl. a! enr'neer usi-i brotiiriii
ilnwn front Chi' as. to mak' a
f th ftrr.-ct IL-tli II- found t
lify vre d-fli lent in candb-pow
and hnc did not comply !r?i the
rontrart. Tiii re-u'ti-l in a r-.!ic-tion
of II ".. in the Mil for 1: f in g.
Thi-' faza m ati-h f ,i In.-i-s biiii iro-d
In -ery d-pa"m-r.t of th- r.t. Tl.e
con.mit-lon-r U on 1!; J.d aii 'he
tim-. u-lt:sT frry efort at I. I'-rii-man
1 to a e or-y f. r th i ry.
Drinking Water Teste-!
T!n cra.':l--l n f.-rm .f kov rn
n.rit ha. rln U dailv ?-.-: of our
drinklr.K at-r. In-p tion of miik and
ijatri; an np t.v.l:.:.. trat c cdin
arirr: In-p-rtton of n.-w l oii.lii.g aad
a nor rifid r:.f.iri-.-t:i. n: t.f bisiiiiLg
la lfhln tbf r;r limit: a n- t -:-cp.on
franthie with the r.axiriitiin
ratr txr i In pie franchise ThU I
mnief hlr.g no otis-r tlrv in I linei. 113
N -t of
"Th b-t a?errk In the coun-
u si H rfii
-; new and
if cr.-a't-r aiv
- trati ii
or ti.- !..
t f. er x
rmge to 11- ; x.itn s uiuD lass on :s-
tory of the War.
in t '
B QUARTER METER
TO BE BANISHED!:
! That th
i based on
! sons and
t 1 0:10:.. :c :.i
:iot r:i rai . 1
ie i -ra-
atre.l wa the
evening by I.
askiisg I hem.
People's Power Co-r.pany Wi'l
Ecqu re Deposit of S3
From Gas Users.
i:. It is ('! ieve(I. !:nv.-ever. tiiat
no or- Has i.et i le-ira:ly siiirli ii.
' t'i ) t: 's.ih-.ise ti:,- in n;!-, cf
,- i f th" impression that wort; j
had i:i ?.T ; : ! tor ap.y ont-iile
s.-ereiary Jan-.-n today wir.-.l the
da'ly new spa p. r at pes Moines
true conditions and
-.ty be given to
i:.---a.i.-- states that Mo
s do nei ;.s yet p.-cv de
..r t"a - resident labor of
that nau comers have no
the -veiiit,g. at w men time a dinner.
w ill be served for the members of the
lu'o. Peports of ofiicers atid commit-;
t--e- will he heard at this time and
further arraigements will be made
for the coming state convention.
Women Are Active.
Women are taking an active interest
and indications point to a large dele
ft the regular m
row afternoon at v.
on "Fly Fishing for
oi iv h
k s i i - r
.- th ti.
i i a 1 1 :
II 1 -I
some of them are not very friendly to
the government, condemn always any
attempt at restoration of the Manchus.
The author of the reactionary pamph
let is an old man who has been en
gaged, it is said, in compiling a his
tory of the Ching dynasty, and his
studies and labors have probably in
so-red his enthusiasm. He is to be.
sent to uis home in Szecbwan prov-;
ince. and his family are to be made!
responsible fur his loyalty to the re-j
....Wit.. 1.-. iniD-ViATinrDrl fMKtnm
! i .j-M-, ; . - i n 1.- , rt t-t r 1 o fnmrli- Hfl o '
ill t,inua i J i.in-rvtr ""u"- .' - " i
YOUNG EVERS MAY GET A
MATCH WITH YOUNG ERTLE
Kfl'orts are being made i
Voung Kvers of this ity uii
j Krtle, the bantam who lias hi
; ing something of a sensation
Mistie circles about Chicago.
i mate Ii
Scliieberl. who is now al Milwaukee,
writes that Kvers lia-s a good i -hanre
to get on with Krtle at one of tite bills
given in Wisconsin this winter.
.-1 1 i-
th- city an 1
chan.-e to s,.,
a". I i
v i.ieii :i i
i.a 1 it i f
li to J.
e si.,..! over its
ho-1 -ew :ve i have
i.tr'i r mct-r always ha had
i f ! uttir.g r-fT Pie uri,iy "f
midst of pr- paratiuns for a
Use Crandma's Sage Tea and
Sa'phur Eccipe and No
body Will Know.
::i. al uh ti pr
ie t .-ar hi: -'
itifri- iu- n"iy :
The purpose i
T.--.i:ic-. bv it r
t" -u :rt-r r-. f
by reih- I::g
1 1-..1 wii-n there
rious tuomelitK must be
lor a i-.i.irter. Wiii !i not
r : to l.e found in the
: t'i" con rar.y r an
'ii-erc. Is to weed out
rs I s npid'y a-i po-
t.-.i -n v. oh tho oth.-r
!s char re rf ten-
from rnch ga under user
! prote-t Ihf company
piynieat of MiLs.
MCLINE BANKERS PLAN
Th b ef Fa cJ Sulphur for re
V)TBg taij.-d. Itrajr blr (a Its natural
rotor dates back tj icrandicother'a
tim. Sh- uriceJ It to kep her hair
beautifully dark. Klosiy aad atundaat.
WbrtisTrr br hair foil out or took oa
ths.t dull, fadrd or strraki-d appear
anc. th.' simple mixture was applied
with Wuoderf -1 effect.
But brewlr.: at 'one Is mii'Jjr and
oat-ef-date. Nowadays, by aktns: at
aay druc store for a 50-crnt bottle of
"Wyeth's Sag and i?ulphir Cora
pound. oo wti! get this famous old
rwctpw which caa. h drpt-nded upon to
mtont ftatoral color ard beauty to
th ha'.r and Is sp'.od.d for dandruiT.
dry. fwvertih. Itchy scalp and faiiizis
A well known downtown drucicist SCOTS CELEBRATE THIS
ays It darkens th hair so naturaliy
and e-mlr that cobody ran nil It baa
been applied. Yoa simply dampen a
poor or son brush with It and draw
this through your hair, takicc on
strand at a time. By morning th
fray batr disappears, and after anoth
er ap pi leaf Ion or two It tvms beau
tlfcTly !rk. r!'-y and abundant.
) ILaryer iioua ihaxuacj. (Ail.
a" t I; will of courno take yoarji to
li'i!r.ate t!i-:i entirely by thi plan.
The ;aart-r no ter wa introduced
f r th purpose of preventing the com- coin.
pativ from tniiz d'-fra'.d-il bv those
who r.ovej away v ithout paying their. BOXERS SHOW PACES AT
ras biii. To rr.-t this ditnculty now '
't hs M en arrar.icd to reiuire a do-1
Wai e Joslyn. K.Igin attorn-y. at the
Illollii.lv t.l.-etll.g Ol II. e I. Hoi .W I. s
Iilb at the S eon ! Con ;regal iona I
ic'n irch. I1U addr- follow, d tl.e rr-g-'
ular d'r.ner. hiih was s- rved by
.Me srs. Lidva.l, Ami. r.-n.i and Slial
I. n-e His topic was tin- Lump, -mi
war from a ki-Turies.1 Msir.dpoir.t.
; The spe.iker ssiid that bs.-k of tin- is
' . s w h'.'h are beins: fought out :here
is an iinderly:ng movi no-iit for the.
aiioii'.ion of the po.er. cf the prf s.nt'
iioverninir class and be believed tiiat
it wou'.l inanif-st itself b; fore peace
lias b i ll fully re.-tor-d. I!" wmild
not be .surprised if eventually the gov
err.mei'ts were m rg.:-d into a I'nited
States of Kurope mod 1-d on the same
gctsera! plan as the diked States of
C. .1. Seymour, prcsid-nt of t-ie club.
wa iiulhorized to appoint a commit- ;
tie to cooperate with those named by
other M'liin- organizations to work
for a fare of 'J 1 2 cents for school j Funeral of Varren Erickson.
children i n the street rai'.wny lines ' T'u- fun-r-il i f Warren Lee Krick
Me'nbers were iin: - I a. h to bring was h hi at " o'clock Friday after
to the February meeting some mem- noon from ihe home, -12 Twentieth
ber r.f the G. A. it. to bear the address avenue. ftev. It S Haney ofliciated
whleii will be -ivr-n by Judge Kath-i!,n,J hi'eini-.it w.is in Itiverside.
burne of Chicaro on Abraham Lin-j
gation of tiie fair sex. It was oniy
two years ago that women were ad
mitted to the convention for the first
time and they proved a valuable addi
tion to the state league. I!
to imprisonment, banishment, and even
deatii, for the action of one of them.
Jahns Not Candidate.
Commissioner O. L. Jahns is first
member of the city commission to ex
press himself regarding his candidacy
London. (Correspondence of The ) at the spring election . This morning
ception Associated Press.) The late King lie declared he would not be a candi-
eommmee lor the state meeting will ( Leopold's personal influence Had a date and that he saw no rea.-.
ne a large one, as it is composed or . great deal to do with the state or pre-; his friends should ask him
the new ly elected ofiicers of the club, ; i aredness which enabled Belgium to .' against his w ill
!! OBITUARY RECORD
Funeral cf Mrs. Flemming.
Fur. rai s-.-rvi cs over the remains
of Mrs Pose Pi. -ft Fl.-mniing were
h'-M al ::: I'ridav morr.ing at the
home of h. t d.niuhbr at 71 Xme-te.-r.
li sir. et and at !i o'clock at Si.
Mary's church. Father J. S. Kelly of
I'cisited and interment was in St.
Mary's cemetery. Fast Moline. The
In an rs were !.'. H. V.'ilson, G. O.
Hietz. Gears:,. Hank. Poy J Gre. n,
Joi n Mcl.'niry and Francis lie Jaeger.
and they have appointed all the mem- i enter the war, according to an article
bers of th
organization as assistants, i written bv some of tiie Belgium offi
cials connected with the relief work
here. It reads:
"King Leopold, uncle of the present i
King Albert, was an enthusiastic ad-1
vocate of military defense works, and
his personal ideas were largely de-,
j Lerlin. . (Correspondence of The As-;
sociated Press.) The steady exten-'
sion of the sphere of activity of Ger
man submarines is the subject of a;
recent article by the German naval i
expert. Count Keve'.itlow-. The sink
ing of a patrol boat off Dover and
later .by the destruction of two com
merce! steamers off the French coast,
gives evidence, says the writer, that
German under-w ater craft are able to
operate a'most anywhere even in the
most frequented waters
He dismisses the suggestion that
the revival of German submarine ac-
Files Bankruptcy Petition.
Robert Kd, Moline contractor, hai
filed a voluntary petition in bank
ruptcy and Referee L". U. Henry has
set Feb. ;j at 2 o'clock in th- after
noon in Peoria as the time and place
for a meeting of creditors. A trustee
Iveloped in the fortresses of Antwerp. "bl be appointed at that time.
Hav and Xamur. But he met with
much opposition in his efforts to
I spend large sums for war purposes, i ,
; and he feared that with his death!
i many of his projects would be reject-
'"When the king was on his deatii
bed. a most important military bill.
j which be had labored for years to j
; bring before the parliament, came up'
in the lower bouse for discussion and :
was passed. Its fate in the senate;
was in doubt, however.
Plow Company Seniors Win.
The Moline Plow Company Seniors
, fattened their standing in the Mami-
' facturers' bowling league Fi hlav eve
ning by grabbing off three straight
from the John Deere
'The totals were 1' 4".l
THE COMMERCIAL CLUB
I Three lioxing exhibitions were given -r
I at the Miig party of the Moline Com-
I merciai club r'liday evening, two lie-j
i ing for thr-e re.ii.ds and the other!
I for right. Local tsiitnt appeared all I
TO BOWL THE ISLANDERS ,he way through and the entertain--' t
wa- highly pleasing.
In preparation for a contest with
Rock Island Moline banker are prac
ticing on the Kaele bowling alleys al
most nigatlr. Rock Island banker
recently defeated a team of Daven
port money ban l'. r and the Moline
contineent propoci to go after the
trl-city honors If they find tiiat th-y
ran get lt.lo championship form.
Young Sinnet loved three rounds
with '-'Id Kvanj and thn three with
Joe Li'l ipn, al! G ree men being from
Ro-.-k Tstar.d. P.ot l contests were tame
but Cailagnn ftirni.hed considerable'
atiniseim n- i.!i hij antics. He took!
the iea".' h s r:oi.si and in one of his I
wild swings ..truck th- referee.'
.Harry DeW'oIf. Young Sti-ckmnn of
i Moline and Krlc I-arson of Rock Island
1 hox-d rluht rounds. putting up a'
Melonas Infant. J ,iv'-.v has been, due to the restoration
Ihtil- Andrc.v M. donas. :-mont hs-1 u ti'.e locks at Zeebrugge. Belgium,
old son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Melon- (jerniany's new naval base, statics
as of Fifth street and Kightcenth ; thi,t to his knowledge t.he locks were
avenue uie.j at o'clock this : "ever damaged by British gunfire as
morn ng and burial took phu e this "-'d oeen maintained. As a matter ol
leinoor. in pivershle cemetery after ' fu'L he argues. German submarines,
or; s.-r ie.s at the home. jure not dependent on Zeebrugge as
a base an order to make successful
Banks Get Notice. j raais in Kngland w aters That their I
Banks of Mol.ne nday received no-'r.id,iis of action is extensive enough
's from James J. Bradv. state audi-' without it he says is proved bv the
lor. informing that the law against . fa-t that submarines have gone as far
paying check on ow.rd:awn accounts. ' hs the Shetland islands and to noints
afo-r he en 'oli e.l, as the even more distant referring evidently
is against good bankinc nrin- to tiie well-authenticated report that
carelessness on i one of the little craft had circumnavi-
""The king summoned his physician
and asked abruptly, "How long have I
"The physician, upset by such a
question, stammered a few words of
" "I am not asking for tine words."
interrupted the king. "I am speaking
now- not as your patient, but as your
king. It is a matter of state. How
many hours have I left.'
i 'Sire, tiie end mav come enrlv to
morrow, although there still is hope.'
" 'Send the premier to me.'
"The premier came, and the king
Oil, yes. we. Ihi-ik a goo.! t
girl's voice next door, 'out i
do for us to put our thou
words. -New Orleans pb-in
-a I -f ti'.e
prai t ict
par: of depositors
gated ti'.e ent.re British Is cs
YEAR ACROSS THE RIVER
weighed and Larson i:
tor kman ami six tiiu
goo I dr
Yes. 1 1
i- 1 ( n: of t.ai:;
' Doesu t Ihe
I for it?"
I Calcutta. (Correspondence of The
house Associated Press i Judgment has jtist
land- been decried in Cue courts here in the
first case of "trading with the enemy"
's ft m jiitii for it.
. ..." r tt." . t.jansen asked to speak
Iturnb' Mrttidjy untilvemary In Haveii. Al DAWUUtl Al LASALLtii
port rrh. 1 It will he uhcIt the I .
2.u-pic.. of the Trf City Cab ibinl-in J! A. Jansen. secretary of the Trl-
rlub wl-uli formerty heM lis meeting!! fit v M.itiiif.i"! urerc' asicialion. Ims
i.i th! -ity. s-o:cli ilsiin o ar.il music ' br en livMed : je-i; at a i.sm'pi-t in
llii U a feature of tiie program. i bv held by tiie illitob: alley .Mauu
in i' ch anil bavi
and h- worth little.
often asks five which was male a severe misdemean-
; or si "he beg nning cf the war The
t acnised. an employe of a Caleu'ta e.x
i rotting firm, was sentenced to IS
tluee 1 moii:!is fmpro'-onment and to niv -i
ate p-rn'cious to man to fine -if V3.c,m He was convietcl oT
h and know little, to sri-nd endeavorimr to nrmn.. fur ih.
n tte, (u presume iisoc
i is-'s too much
said to li;m:
i " 'Sire. I am delighted that tae
chamber has rassed the military law.
for as you know, I am convinced that
on that law depends the maintenance
of the independence of our country. I
now ask ycu to take the bill to :i:r
senate tod.-.y, and to tell the senators
that it is my wis'r to see it mads into
law before I die. It must bo done
"On the ?am day the bill war
adopted unanimously and without di
russion by the senate. King Lecpol
signed it at s o'clock and on the fol
lowing; morning breathed his last."
s.i pm-ft of mica to a G";
( "or-, allies.
man finn. ;
A man of rournre
I faith. Cicero.
Is also full of
Without any means of nt-otrot;,.
, against the pressure of' the water.
The a Greek sponge Mshernn i recentlv
' 0. TlTlfTt k rt'va Ia a 1 t . n n -
perils of journeying iu the war Zones." sieved to le tUe wd"8 rec'd
London. (Correspondence of
Assor'aied Press.) "One of ihe
Rock Island Women are Learn
ing the Cause.
Women often suffer, not know iu : th
Backache. luadacbe. d.xine.-s, t(T-
Irrestilar urinary (:..,.ia s weak
Kach a torture of Itself.
Together hint at we..i:r-i,ed kidneys.
Strike at the root g t to the cause-
Xo other remedy more hi.-h.y en
dorsed than Dean's Kiiho y Piiia.
Recomniende 1 by ttio'j. -.;: n ..
Kndorsed at tr-nj.
Here's convincing te.-::ua
Rock Islam citizen.
"1 have used P. an - Ki
With such fine ic-ii ts t.hat
to tell others jibout t.h.
Westerdr.I. or i)) Thirte ;'
is.anu. i na.U i.r-
back, whieii kept mi i
stooping. I had tr, til
ing and my kid:..
these troubles ! :t n
Doan's Kidney I'il's."
Price 50e, at all deab-ra. Dmrt ir
pl7 lisk for a kidney remedy t!t
Doan's Kidney Piils -the sir.)" lis'
Mrs. TTesterdal had. losterMdhura
Co.. Props.. Buffaloj N. Y'. -tAdv.J
in fi )'
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