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THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS, WEDNESDAY. FEBRUARY -17. 1915.
LOCAL BAKER IS
PLOT HATCHED TO
DEATH REVEALS GIRL'S SECRET; WAS A
-MAN" SEVEN YEARS LIVING WHTI A "WIFE
KRKMAN &AVS BOMB WHICH
SLEW WEDS WAS MEANT FOR
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WILLIAM HAMILTON SUED FOR
15.000 FOR. ALLEGED ASSAULT
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Will am Hamilton, owner or Harnll- l
ton s bakery on Seventeenth street, to- I
day iu made defendant in a $5,0'K '
i damape su;t. instiiuted by Joseph J.
Hudathuk. Mho a'.legt s that Mam.uon .
assau!tel him in a saloon on Thsr- j
tieth street, breaking h nose. '
n. Stewart. attDrney for the j
rJaintiff. stated this afternoon thai,
iludachuk is a driver for the bakery, (
and that the ai.to delivery wapon j
broke down yc?terday mornln?. He ,
de lared that the young man starred j
to fix it and that after a time became
I thirsty going into the saloon to get
It aliened that Mr. Hamilton follow,
ed bim into the place and tha: the as
sault then occurred.
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r'.ik- r arriv. l !.! i'
fr r:.: i-ain "l-'-n" a oni;in
I'la V-i.--'.:n laTi.-d at l.r.in
! ir., eiir'.t y. ars a;o f.-o:ri if i-la and,
. : I i i' t - i.j rt: r In :: r bm l;cr in
!a. San. (V:i a ! a- I s i-:rs
ol,! S:..- f i ir.il pay In a ciirar facto: y,
!n -.i ' .' nt to .api' -rt l.. r and i-ni to J
N-- York At a J.l-.n inii I'ul inn
'. n." P.'il r.- IJo'f-nMr'n. t! y'ar
o.i i f work. r:i'y room-I to-
Mr. and Mrs. George Winders of In-,
diaJiapolis. Ind., arrived here W'ednes-
day to make a month's visit with Mr.
Winder's father. William Winders.
Mrs. GeorKe White of Alpha came I
Wednesday to spend a few days witli
her parents. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Greer, i
Mrs. Ethel Hoylan. who has made a
two weeks' visit near New Boston with
her sister. Mrs. Guy Retherford, ar
rived home Thursday.
Frank Wansinft lias purchased from
Hainey Brothers what wus formerly
known as the J. G. Sexton property in
the north part of the city. Mr. Wans
inK and family moved into the property
Rev. Harry Tarker Dunlop of Chi
cago and Miss Evelyn Kranim of
nui.t of a furniture factory on piece : Allo were married at the Urst l res
wnrk This nroved her undoinc. for I bvterian church of this city at 5
Not nnnl the' work-d mo liard that collapsed j o'clock Thursday afternoon, Feb. 11.
Lor and and had to remain at home rnr several ; rrofessor il innes . ui.'sm piaj ea
w-r-k. ; trie lxiliengrtn wedfi.ric inarni as in-
The pirls had saved some money ; bridal party took their placs and the
i,.l liv.-d on this. Ida returned to neauni'.ii aim unpi i . .- iiuj. .l....
i'auline IUcnte)n and "Urn Koaensteia."
I" . F -b. le .-tpn years Jstoin. and Pauline posed as "his" wife.
In nrd-r to earn i Finally they moved to Ietroit. w here
whenever she could, but finally was read by i.v. A. r.. .moouv "i i.ic
.!: nail to pur a man in hit io n.--. -
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I. : i-r I ia nbt:i:i.(-d work
' r' at 'sv I.irt'e eri'!iirh to
I' - riTH" I;-:i It
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Ida lost wrieht and contracted a se
vere cold. Siie became too weak to
s.-rirrh for a job. much less to fill it.
a:id the two came to t'hicano. Here it
was found Ida had tub.-rculosis. Their
dn -s money ran out and tlie pay rauline
.li'-y wa-i ab'.e to ret was insufficient to sup
port both, so they had to appeal to th
J u Aid s-ociety. on the books 'f
w;:ii ii they have been carried for two
years or more.
I'.nilir.'-'- mother came to live with
them ar.d ''ciped them iut. She too
l,.-l.ev-d hia was In r dauphter's hus-
if en- . harm.
NURSE MADE 399
CALLS LAST MONTH
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MISSISSIPPI GOES UP
THREE FEET ir; 2 DAYS
Thr mater in th- !.- i.--ip;,l Vai
ri-.n mor thn turn- f- ' in two iia.
aioirij.nic to tu- rial:;u-- a" t
brlil.- t t!.i .V i uIjv u' :io i:t .
ntAS wai i ."'i a: I rh: ri.w.n t:-'.- fi
ler loin hr.J fir '. n.ar 'n: rap.!
r1 i-i eip -ft -d to oo.-i( I:'." ! t.'.at
reoiaituk within a iort time, rlrarn-.c
the rtter entirely of thr cry-tal at t:
point Ti'. iiri-nni U n"w rl.ar fr ni
a po.nt b-Ioi l-4'iaire ro S. v nt.-.-tit l
rr.-t in thi un Iliifir .-o.-r-.e lie
ttll rroiAir--. en tin-. !!. oiir!i ,f t':e
econd ptT 0:1 b: brl.lie The
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A STITCH IN TIME
0ict Thair Kidrxya.
No kidney ailmect la ucimportact.
Doot o-rlook the lU-te. tiackacba
or orrtMry trrruUnty. Natnra may ba
warn tax 7 of approach! dropy.
an i S'...v-.
!:...! aril t of M- iin.- and W I.'-
re !. !:"!.
w r- : ::: !- 1 ! n-til to the ho--..rj;
r. i-.:.i i. :i- Ti.'-re was :i-
.i.r ':'..n r.:-.- ;irol --l.t ca'ls t'-r
tt.af j l-.y. Artc!-, 1 -. . J are:
I .' pi r w (-;-'. - 1 s!i.-. f cow ns. I;
a ! '-r inai t ini r. 1 d z'-n i aiis, 3
! rh r -.;-. ;t. 1 m-rrU ch.i;r
I n:r:,.r.. we-i- rrie.I from
. - i r. K:n's !afh: rs . Helper-"
i r; K.n-H I a-:c: Iits; In II:-. Nanio
i r. . K.r'.-t I laughters. Mi - lain"-Ka-r.
Ii. rf. nt r. f.nnei!. E!:j:"re Stai
f, r!. II ;i-' i! ,n 'f Vii t' r, Iowa:
- fa-'.- I. :r A K WKliamn.
S il.-r !a..:i !r'. . As-. - .r.-1 Churl
t .M I "j n-.
T . V;-::.n; N':r-e ao..r:'n wish
r tj ai.kr.ow !ed" the U:.a'.on of the
foil, mt; rifts of money and to ex
tend r.-.iir.'n for th-ni. the li-t cover
r.i the year fr ':l l"eri:.ir . l'II'
J.-hn It if ! ;o-t. ;. A K. $ .: Trin
:t i:.rih. I".: the ll'ks. I'.'i;
lUork a'ui:"n sale. i:i 7a; ra::i:!iters
of Ncr.., Helpers' circle. King's
r-.v:ihter-. Silver Cr.? circle.
J K'tts' Ijsht..r. B. It. T. cluh.
$J''. h'u'a s. hool. Jli.'. Iid.es' r-Nrah
r..K-:ilt. $1": Mrs. T. B Davis' Sun
day -.chool clars. SZj; Norwe.slan Will-
i Ir.K Worker. $.'.; lmmanutl Lutheran
ich:rrh SewiDc society. Rock Is-
land ci mmantiery No. 1. K. T. 110;
Should Not N i 11 ,'lan- ,0"-- Nf- F- & A.
M. :: viouern wooamen omce.
$ r,'V; Harr:et Hen lernon class. First
Methodist churth. 2; Iiies' Aid so-t-Vty.
Grace Iu'heran church. S3:
Trio lodce No ;.T. A. F. & A. M.. $!':
trrwtioij id thr- meeting. Since the be
. iiiimi of the revival services 10 ac-c-s-ioij-
have been ii.ade to the church
and a n-w :nl'-r-st h:is beAti created.
Thi- . vi-'irr-.i- l!v. Mr. Ilniinr will
sp'-ak on :..e th-i:ie. "How We May Be
I iiti Ivi d."
Tomorrow evening t!:e congreca-tior.-i
from the Second Christian. Fif
t"i r.T.i Avcr.in- Christian and First
Christian church of Molir.e will attend
in a '!! ami participate in the ser
BROADWAY MEN'S CLUB
TO HOLD MEET FRIDAY
Tiie program arranged for the meet
ing of the Broadway Min's club Fri
day eve.iins is unusually interesting
and will be patriotic since it comes
I j -. i t b. twet n the birthdays of Lincoln
S:!-'and Washington. J. II. Hauberg will
talk r,n Lincoln' part in the Black
Hawk war. and J. G. Sholes of Moiine.
w ho father was in the party search
ing for Lincoln's murderer, will give
reii.in:scences or tne president s as- i
MEMBERS OF 1800 BLOCK
CLUB TO PLAN FOR YEAR
A called meeting of the 1S00 Block
Merchants' club will be held tomor
row afternoon at 2 o'clock at the
j .-ew- tiarper. t ians ior me
I'''"' i ...in i. . i i
-.oil-, --in i' i uiai'iru vut miu
hoped to increase the scope of useful
ness of the organization.
t.tce Tha '
IDEAL MUSHING WEATHER:
20 BELOW FOR DOG RACE
Bf.ght'a dueaje. Kida7
aalioin fatal if treated In
l-na. tot neglect Bay pave the way.
rtoaT B '.ect a lam or a otic back
' day. Do t ignore d'.ny ape.za.
ar dtacolored crina. bead-
ankaa. vaartaa or depreloa. If yen j
ft yo-l ed kidaey kelp be o ofn ;
thm raCaCilav tlae-trted remedy. Doaa a
II postof!ice. transfer stations and
Ktrtaav Wli. Var 10 --e-xre Pona'a bar i tenntnal point. til be weiKhed for a
t m fi na I effeetl. Endorsed ty period of 10S day. Tbe object U to
-p-staital anupla. ite the government data on which to
-I kare taaed Poaa'a Kidney r:i base the price to be charged by ratl
atd 1 cm amy tfcat they are Jrtat aa al- , road for can inc mail.
TarTtaaii." ays Mrs. L. SasaaaZaoa. of
XJ11 nrtk araratM. Mode, in. "My
tMaeji vera weak aad tfrarralar
actios, aad X bad paJaa ta my back.
Sawtac Dosaa Kidney PITIa advert lel.
I nacut mbm. and tbey aooa relieved
t tro-abi-a. j baa dereloped a new- intereet and large
rrW t&c. at taS dewJara. Doat ! . (-ro-wd attend each nervier. Rev J.
ly k for kidney remedy -prt ' t Houser of the First ChristUn
Nome. Alaska. Feb. 17. G. Kassen,
with Miss Rowena Lewis riding on bis
dog sled, won the Moose Burden hand
icap dog race yesterday. The course,
from Nome to Solomon, is a distance
of 32 miles over the snow trail. The
official time was two hours and 40
Vnder the rules of the race the dogs
driven by each of the 24 contestants
had to draw a burden consisting of
sled, driver and a woman passenger.
A total of 270 dogs participated in the
race, the teams ranging from seven
to 16 animals. Kassen drove nine.
The race was run in ideal weather
for mushinr It -.-, i-la i- mn.i th.
necicning tonight, mail bandied "t temperature was steady at 20 below
i German Sew ins club. $1
I Name circle. King's laughters.
Fort Armstrong chapter. L. A. R-. $i3.
MAIL WILL BE WEIGHED
TO FIX CARRYING RATE
TO UNITE IN SERVICES
The aecond week of the evangelistic
i aervieea ai jirmonw onnuo c-aurcn
'a Kidney rtla Ci earn that I eh arch. Haven port, preaches strong.
Mrs. ttUmsalar-a had. roater-M'lbura coorinHng sermons sad the singing
Osw Woe, BoffsJo. N. T. CAdv). j 0r ui-a Eataer Thai in I an added at-
After the ceremony the wedding Par," i
was driven to the home of the bride's
mother where a four course dinner i
The bride Is the daughter of Mrs. j
A! lie Kramm of this city and is aj
charming and accomplished young i
lady. She is a graduate of the Aledoj
h'ch school and of Northwestern I'ni-1
versity of Chlctigo and durit'.-r the past !
year has been instructor of Gorman !
anil English in the Aledo high school.;
Mr. Iiunlop is a graduate of North-j
western university and McCormick's j
; Theological Seminary of Chicago,
; where he finished courses specializing J
! iu i- ange'.ism. Rev. and Mrs. Ptinlop
! left that evening and after a short i
'trip will conduct an evangelistic meet-.
, ing at Mat toon. III. They have the;
: best wishes and hearty coneratula-!
. tions of host of relatives and friends.
Ami'ig the out of town guests were
Rev. Graham Fuller of Stanberry. Mo.; :
! Mr. and Mrs. William Hunt of Melvin. ;
111.; Mrs. lx-ar.na McClure and daugh-
tor and Mr. and Mrs. John Iiickinson '
of Abingdon. 111.; Mr. and Mrs. F. W. ;
j Smith of Minneapolis. Minn.; Mr. and
! Mrs. Frank Lucas and daughter. Jean, '
i and Mr. Hudley Dunlop of Gotebo.
iOkla.; Miss Wiliie A. Thomas of Kan
' sas City, Kan.; Rev. and Mrs. D. Coe
Love of Kanitiiun. West Africa; Mrs.
j Luther Ross Turner of Riverton. New
Jersey and J. Grant Krainm of Cedar
Mrs. E. E. Cabee-n and mother. Mrs.
' C. A. Petersc'.i. left Wednesday for
j Kansas City where they will make a
j lrt days' visit with Mrs. Peterson's
; sister. Mrs. Matilda Nelson. !
j Mrs. Isaac Close, who has made a
I week's visit in New Boston at the,
home of her daughter. Mrs. Charles;
i Weeks, arrived home Wednesday. j
F. C. Conningham is spending a few
days this week in Galesburg with his
niece. Mrs. W. H. Kelley.
Mrs. Walter Davison and two chil
dren of Joy were guests at the home
of Mrs. Davison's daughter, Mrs.
Tracy Sherman. Wednesday.
Richard Carl, son of Carl and Edyth
Stoltz. was born in Bradley, 111., Jan.
year's 19. l&lo. and died Feb. 4. The illness!
it is of Uie mother made it impossible for
either of the stricken parents to be
present at the funeral. The tiny cas
ket containing the remains of the
baby was se'Jt to the home of Mrs.
Stolta' parents. Mr. and Mrs. T. F.
Greer, a few miles southwest of Aledo.
Funeral services were held at the
Seventh Day Adventist church nearby,
of which Mrs. Stoltz is a member, and
were conducted by Elder 11. P. Waldo
of Moiine. Besides the father and
mother there are two little sisters,
Florence and Clara.
Rev. Spencer Baker of Ladd spent
Wednesday night with Aledo friends.
John Epperly and dau-fht.er. Mrs.
Carrie Holmes of Joy. came Wednes
day to spend a few days with rela
tives. Sheriff C. C. Lutrell has appointed
J. H. Greenwell a special deputy sher
iff to patrol the county line bftween
Mercer and Henry counties to pre
vent the movement of Hve stock or
grain across the line between the two
counties. The recent discovery of new
EXPECT TO EXTRADITE
THE NEGRO CHAMPION
Chicago. Feb. 17. Jack Johnson, the
negro pugilist, who fled to Europe aft
er being sentenced to a year in the
federal penitentiary for violation of
the Mann act. eventually will be ex
tradited and returned to Chicago on a
chance of conspiracy, according to a
statement by Charles F. Clyne. United
States district attorney. The recent
supreme court decision In a white
stars case that a conspiracy may be
entered into to violate the act was
cited by Mr. Clyn as authority for the
cafes of the foot and mouth disease
on a Henry county farm only one mile
east of the Mercer county line has
made this necessary.
Mrs. James Wallace entertained a
comjany of friends in honor of Mr.
and Mrs. Tom Abercrombie at her
home on South College avenue Tues
day evening. A rery enjoyable even
ing was spent.
Mr. and Mrs. Tom A. Abercrombie,
who have made a six weeks' visit here
with Mr. Abercrombie's father. J. H.
-Vbercrombie. left Friday and will
nake a two weeks" concert tour. They
sent from here to Wisconsin.
Mrs. Elizabeth Bolt of Viola spent
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SOME KINGS THINK WAR BEST SPORT; ALFONSO PREFERS HUNTING
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Cross marks Alfonso.
Whi,e some other kings ot Europe seem to regard war as the choicest of sports. King Alfonso of Spain pre
fers hunting So as his brother monarcha rush to the front to see the destruction or cities and the slaughter
of armies. Alfonso gets some of his f riendg together for a fox hunt. This picture, which has just been received,
shows the Spanish king at the Rubia hunt, in which Qusen Victoria also participated
a few days this week with her daugh
ter, Mrs. George Morey.
B. E. Mclntyre went to Gladstone
Wednesday on a short business trip.
Mrs. J. W. Coffland gave a party in
honor of her son. Willis, at her home
on East Eighth . street. Friday evening.
Mrs. Mary Green of New Boston
was an Aledo visitor Thursday. -
Mls3 Grace Derr of Woodhull came
Wednesday evening to visit friends
and he preseiat at the Dunlop and
Kramm wedding Thursday afternoon.
Miss Ellen Downing of Joy spent
Thursday with relatives in Aledo.
D. L. Wagner of New Boston w as aa
Aledo visitor Thursday.
Mrs. Alice Sheese visited friends in
Joy the first of the week.
The Misses Lillian Ditto and Neto
Vance of Seaton are guests at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Marion Van-''