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Till: ROCK ISLAND ARGUS. WEDNESDAY. FEBRUARY 17, 1915.
TO DETERMINE ON
JAIL BUILDING COMMITTEE HOPE
TO LOCATE PLACE FOR NEW
ALIAS IN READINESS FOR OPENING OF THE PANAMA EXPOSITION;
BEAUTIFUL BUILDINGS GRACE GROUNDS: GATES OPEN SATURDAY
Will Held First Mioa With Areht
IkI, Who W.ll Havi F r Draft
of Plan Ready.
Aerort'-Bg to pret plan the V-
ration of th prr,p-el .',.'ii county
JaJI will tx de-14l upmo t a TOee'-lccj
of tho aperi! ti!l-liO rorr.rnttteei to
lr BUi at th Wirt bom u rrkorrrrw.
TLa !! Laa beo odo f t Impor
tant uwtVnaa with which the totcrnl'.
tea fc bn wrewl!n At firv there,
waa rrc;deraM f.it relatl to p '-:
In tho biUdlng t a.rm tract aay
from th court hr'; ariare. Imit
tt'.t aa abanloal a&4 It a .l-ter-mliMMt
to cr-r.atrurt th bu'.ti".ax la the
mm olrw-k. but tho exact pla-e. on the
qiiaro haa not bt screed n'a.
Koeio boe J tfat !t til plar-
ewj en the north M corner. hlca
(wr Keni avenue and Fourteenth
stro. Others bat expressed them
selves aa being In favor of It faring
Fourteenth and In tho m!di
9.1 the blwk Mwn S-rxnd arid Third
First Wit Architect.
Tho r.eeimg morrow t!t alo
mark the Brat oDHfrr betao the
mmnl'Ui) and tts arrfcttect. C. I).
McIaco. Mr VeLan- w!il I'k-lr ha"
rourh) plana to preoeflt. which wt.'l
Ihrn a hat upnn which tho body
wta outlloo too bul.dlns.
It fa bp-d that t&o plan will bo eoj
tlrely ftnpl'r1 and ra1y for final j
appmval .f t.e board cf au:rvt.crj (
when ft meets here- tn Marrh.
?rr:- ft jf . i
THREE STATES TO
ILLINOIS. WISCONSIN AND MINNE
SOTA MAY PROSECUTE UN
DER MANN ACT.
Entrance ! Court of Flowera Cleft): main approach to Festiral Hall (top);
North Dakota atate building.
All U in readiness for the opening of the Panama-Pacific xposition at
San Francisco next Saturday. After many months of preparation and the
expenditure of millions of dollars, the beautiful building are finally com
pleted and exhibits installed. All that is necessary now to make the ex
position the meat successful ever held is the patronage of the people. The
management baa overlooked nothing'.
! hlh scb
jj ! two ntec
Klrl King an-l family ar !lt-
to a( Terra Haute. In4.
Ooora Nlcbo'.a and family ha as
tortl Miaa I.in Iwla of KMri'lfn. I
bool grwulem. baa as guests her
iecea o'. C linton. Iowa.
Xrs. George Newton ia TlsttloB rela
tives In Alabama.
Eugene Lund and family have as
g-ursta Mrs. Samuel Stewart and son
The borne of Mrs. James Shannon
i was the scene of a very plvaaaLt so-
DAY IKt DAVEKfPORT
To Finance a Soap Factory stltute a tacit admission of Noth's non
Articlr of Incorporation for the Flo- j election,
ntx-r Manufacturing company were, o
filed In the office of County Recorder! Shoots Pair of Park Buffaloes A
Frank Holm. The new concern., bull and an e:ic Dunaio at t ejervary
Mrs. Hrr AVebu-r ha as a icueat ! clal satberina- Welnesday afternoon ... . lanital stock of $10.000. ' park were shot by Emll Here of Berg
kr mother. Mrs Dy of St-r!!rjr. . ha she d..!!:htf ti!Iy ent-rtalued the. ... manufa(..url ,nan. ammcnla. blue-1 Ilro. at the rtxiuest of Commissioner
members and friends of the Ladles I nK flavorjnK rxtracts and cloansors. j Goehni at. the park. Ia aliooting ths
AM aociety or use rapwsc raurcu. sh.rM hoT Ke niacrd at $100 each, animals Mr. Ilerg demonstrated again
Neat We'lnraday aJternoon Mra. An
draw Tubba of Slith street will enter- j largo number attended
tain the Baptist AU m lrt pained quickly and p
Toeaday ereniLar at the Eaclea ha'l
th Kecalr.ctoa TMmtle r!ut of till
via entertaine.1 at a private dandcg
party, about 25 coup'ea being present.
A dUKh'ul t'.mt vaa enjoyed and
Wrtion'a orchestra furnished mctic.
te-i:- work and social conversation i
The hourjTho jnoorpor-,torB a!j Davenport men. j the truth of the statement of Colonel
leasactly lnjar M Marks. P. H. Lunau and ; W. F. Cody (DufTalo Bill) that "the
, Joseph Andrews. The directors ri:le as nevtT made that would shoot
prece-ling a r.!e luncn wnicn waa ; nampd aro jos,.ph Andrews. Robert ' a bullet vhlch would penetrate the
served by the boste's. A large col- ! Anlpr9on K poWell. Ixitils M. ! forehead of a buffalo." After dispos
ition waa taatn. Mirks P II l.unau. J. F. Sunder- InK of the elk by a clean shot In the
Wednesday affmoon at the roreit!hru.h anJ Nonnan s Johnson. Thelh.nrt with a 22-calibre hlKh power
Chicago, 111., Feb. 17. Prosecution
of Rev. James Morrison j;arnell, the
"marrying parson," under the Mann
act may be conducted In Illinois, Wis
consin and Minnesota. Following his
arrest Monday on charges of violating
the white slave traffic act the govern
ment announced that Darnell will be
removed to Milwaukee for trial before
Judge Geiger in the United States dis
District Attorney Charles F. Clyno
said the government la determined to
nux.h th9 Drosecution. Should it de
velop that the case In Milwaukee la j
not strong enough then he will be piac-,
ed on trial in Chicago. Prosecution;
In St. Paul is the third alternative. j
Darnsll la charged with transport
ing M.'ss Ruth Soper of Owatonna. j
Minn., from Owatonna to Chicago and;
from Chicago to Kenosha.
It was rumored In the federal build
ing that Miss Soper had turned against
Darnell and that the government would '
get her as the chief complaining wit
ness. It ! understood that she Is un
Darnell Is a former student In the
divinity school of the University ofj
Chicago. Miss Soper waa a oo-ed at
the university when the two met. Sub
sequently Darnell became pastor of
a church in Kenosha, Wis., and while
thore he lived witi Miss Soper as his
wife. They have one child. He is al-.
leged to have contracted two common
law marriages and one legal marriage
with as many young women.
A marriage license to wed Miss.
Soper was issued to Darnell at Crown
Point, Ind.. on Monday. They were
not married, however.
Darnell was arrested by special
agents of the department cf justice
as he was leaving the office of Richard
J. Cooney, his lawyer. In the Ashland
block. The arrest took Darnell com
pletely by surprise.
Unable to furnish a bond of $5,000,
Darnell was taken to the county jail.
UnitPd States Commissioner Mason
continued his hearing until Feb. 25.
Gets Right Tvist
Makes Short Work of Cleaning Out Your Entire
System Achos and Pains Go Fast.
In S. S. S. You Get a Twist on Rheumatism that Settles It.
Many a rheumatic sufferer has been to
the drur store for a pottle or . t. e. nu
been handed something claimed to bo
i . - " Trulv tr nW for bread
and be given a stone is still in practice.
If you are troubled with rheumatism in
any form be sure to use S. S. S5. and note
Its wonderful influence.
S. S. S. has the peculiar action of soak
ing through the Intestines directly into
tho blood. In five minutes its influence Is
at work In every artery, vein and tiny
capillary. Every membrane, every organ
of the body, every emunctory wcomra iu
effect a filter to strain the blood of im
purities. Tho stimulating properties of S.
S. S. compel the Bkin, liver, bowels. k!d
neyn, bladder to all work to the one end
of casting out every irritating, every pain
inflicting atom of poison: it dislodges by
irrigation all accumulations in the joints,
causes acid accretions to disulve, renders
them neutral and scatters those peculiar
formations in mo 1 ' " 1
cau-e such mystifying and often baffling
And best of all this remarkahle remMv
Is welcome to the weakest stomach. If
you have drupged yourself until your
stomach is nearly paralyzed, you will be
astonished to find that K S. S. gives no
sensation but goes riKht to work. This is
because it Is a pure vegetable Infusion, is
taken naturally into your Mood Juat as
pure air Ja inhaled naturally into your
Oet a bottle of S. 8. S. today, and ask
for S. S. S.
Tou may depend upon It that the stnre
that sells you what you auk for 1m a K"(i
place to trade. Write to tho Hwlft
Specific Co., 201 Swift lildg., Atlanta, Ci4.,
for their Book on Xtheumutlsm.
theatre A. A.
Tha nail appropriately d-corated ! Ks a lecture Illustrated tth mov
icroriini IO lb p:r;i oi m miMKni
as It waa a valentine affair. The
The Royal Neighbors v. Ill be enter
tained at the Greer hotel at a party
eet Saturday fmoon.
A number of the young prop fn-
i trtr In M.illne at thw homo of M'SS
.urn vm.. J""" - I Heln Flynn Saturday evening.
Mausarrudd n or man i i. .. , : t rf.- ir nrr ilion iwiurM tn
Iresl'lent. Joio'.h Andrews: vice pres-! shoot the bull. Standing a few paces
mettiber of th club entertained as
riMIs tbetr husbands acd frtends.
Tbe club !!! have tbetr next meet
ing Tuesday afternoon at the home of
Mrs. r. I- Ma.Ulrk.
Ident. Rohm Anderson; secretary. R-( awoy h.. phot at tiie animals head.
R. n-W-ll. and treasurer. Iuis M. j The bullet merely caused a slight
Marks.. Attorneys for the new con-j stampede, however. He used a 30
cern ar Wilson, Orill; & Wilson. calibre military rifle. He fired a sec-
o Jond shot ct the bull, this time shooting
Democrat. Will Caucus Thursday !at tJiP J'nrt nd ,!,c biK animal fell.
A demiMratic caucus for th purpose !Mr- liafl haJ a V1 Jal f x-
Qf elertln a candidate for alderman perigee in iiuiiuuk ouihuui. a.iu ..c
iK' .i ih. rharrh I ' " or fcelectmg a canaiuate lor aiaerman . " - --- ---
VZ l r A. J Mt-a Iretta Carr of Port Pyron f t!ie slsto warJ be Ma at Tom ; .....ally bring,, them down with the
.Marinan's barbershop. 902 Fast P.iver . nrai anot. "lius is uie hecona nun i
! street, at 8 o clo k n. xt Thursday w tri' to kin ''' Penetrating the
night, occerdlng to a decision reached : Ironl ot l" 8"-u ne 8a,u- 11 8eems
by party leaders. A record "turn-out" j th- th I,'v.v niatting of hair offers
Is . ipected. Whether or not those in I tl,fl resistance which prevents the bul
.it.ntnc at he caucus w ill nlace a I let f entering the front of the
daughter. Mildred. Vivian and Muriel, j candidate in the field U a matter for bead." The elk and buffaloes killed
wjnjocture. The democrats contend " " i" j ".c.. ...
Saturday evenln. It tui va.ectlne
affair and m neat sunt aa cleared.
Gaorsn Son and Uter. Mra. George
Ttaaasott. departl Sunliy evening for
Krvtcet to llt lth riatlve and
Mrs. Ilard'cg U to the Mollno city
hospital baric undergone an opera
tion Tb pupil of Mis Sadie Adams,
teacher cf the third grade f the Mc
Klnley school. g a very delightful
program at arbool Friday afternoon
In com ere-mora t ion of Ulncoln'a birth
day. Mlaa Iula Mickey, teacher cf the
visited riliva here lasl week
Mrs. J. H. treasure at her home on
Sixth street Tuesday afternoon enter
tained the. Cottage Prayer circle, tho
present being Mrs. UerryhTl and three
children. Mra. Charles Hood acd three
Mrs. Lador and Mrs. Erahardl. Mrs.
treasure Ved the meeting which con
sisted of prsyer. tdi! r-a lir.g and
the giving of personal testimony, lat
er an elaborate supier was served.
Mrs. Iador of l-lrst aver.ue and Fifth
street will entertain the ladies Tues
Floyd Hunter. 25 years of age, died at
the home, :103 Fast Eleventh street.
Deceased was born Jan. 23, 1SS9, in
jGalva aad was educated there. On
j Sept. 13, 1913, docedent came to Dav
lenport, since residing here. Surviving
jare the parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. L.
j Hunter, one isler. Mrs. Nellip KeeTer
of Galva, 111., and a brother, Lawrence
Roy Hunter, also of Galv. 111.
Mra. Minnie Meyer, 48 years old,
died at tho family home, 2S26 Rock
Ingham road, after a long illness. She
was born in Davenport. Oct. 28, 18C6.
and has made this city her liorne all
her life. On Dec. 2.1. 1S84. she was
married to Theodore G. Meyer, who
died March 21. 1911. The survivors
are two children. Hurry Meyer and
Miss Minnie Meyer at home, and one
brother, John Biunk. The funeral will
be held at 2 o'clock Thursday after
noon from the home, with interment
la Fairmount cemetery.
that William G. Nolh has been duly
aad legally elected to the vacancy
caused by the death of Alderman Sieve
Iiawden, and it has been rumored that
there is no intention of naming an
other man, party members taking the
view that uh a course would cou-
Tike Cove it
Here's the admission made (in an adver
tisement) by one of the heaviest coffee ad
vertisers of the country. Read it. Think it
over. Read it again, and let the truth sink
Any coffee drinker who feels the onset
of ill health and discomfort, and is in doubt
as to the cause, can easily find out if coffee
has anything to do with it.
Simply change to
"Great eontlnantal savants. Ilk Vlr
chow, Huappa, Lehman, Eylanaturg.
von Lydn, Mandel. Fraansal,
wall phyalologlsta. doctor and
food apart of our own country aa
Prof. Robinson, Dr. Wllay, Dr. Wood
Hutohlnaon, Prof. Allyn. Mr. Alfred
Mo Cans nd Dr. Oowdla havo ho.
slowed much attention on ooff and
havo roc-ognlaad rt aa tho oouao of
many caaoa of ohronlo oofTaln pola
onlno. Prof. Huoapo doalgnata tho aymp
toma aa polpltatlona, trtmor, fear,
axurtatlona, hoodaohoa, dlaslnoaa and
Other aolontlta oay that coffoo
drinking oan bo tho oouao of hoort
trouklo, oolpttatlona, dilatation of tho
hoort and dlaaoao of tho artorioa
Tea days on this famous pure food-drink not only shows up coffee, but points the
way back to o!d-time health ani comfort.
Postum comes in two forms: REGULAR POSTTJM which must be boiled 15c and
25c packages. INSTANT POSTTJM the soluble form made in the cup with hot water
instantly 30c and SOc tins.
Both kinds are drug-free, delicious, and the cost per cup is about the same.
'There's a Reason" for Postum.
sold by Grocers everywhere.
! August Martzahn and Kmil Matson.
The three additional buffaloes to be
killed have also been purchased by
the same gentlemen. The meat will bi
placed on the market shortly, to be dis
tributed among the number cf local
Need Workers at Red Cross Rooms
Workers ere needed at the sewing
rooms of the Red Cross society in the
Putnam building, and it is asked that
all Interested devote if possible some
hours of each week to the sewing. A
box will be shipped Thursday, packed
with a variety of articles for the war
sufferers. There is material at the
rooms ready for workers, and those
who do not sew will find plenty .of oc
cupation, and will be made very wel
come, as there are many ways they
can assist materially in the work.
Sues for Divorce Through her at
torney, William Hoersch. Mrs. Anna
Phlllppeen yesterday filed suit for dl-,
! vorce against her husband, Henry
Phlllppsen, alleging desertion, drunk-
i enness and non-support. The couple
was married In Muscatine April S,
1S99, and lived together until Jan. 1,
1913. Mrs. Phlllppsen asks for the
custody of the three children. Henry,
aged 10; Helen, aged 6, and Ernest,
aged 4, and asks that the defendant
be barred from all Interest In property
owned by her.
Three Couples to Wed Three mar
riage licenses were issued yesterday
as follows: Hugh Van Dervostlve, At
kinson. 111., and Flora Hahn of Gene
seo. 111.; Alfred Kahl of Bettendorf
and Lois Heuthorn of Orion. 111.; Al
bert J. Hofer of Taylor Ridge. Ill, and
Marna C. McLaughlin of LeClalre,
Sprains His Wrist; Asks City for $60
C. Challberg, residing at 1624 West
Second street, wants th city of Dav
enport to pay him $60 for a 6prained
j wrist, damage claim for the above
i amount being filed yesterday in the
office of City Clerk Hugo Moeller.
Challberg claims that on the night of
! Jan. 25 he slipped on an icy sidewalk
in front of 1602 West Second, street.
spraining his wrist and otherwise In-
luring himself to such an extent aa to
necessitate the services of a physi
! clan. I
New Smallpox Case E. C. Shaw,
; residing at 06 Perry street, is the
j latest smallpox victim In Davenport
and was removed from bis home at
St, Robert's isolation hospital by the
Obituary Record Following an Ill
ness of about 11 months' duration. A- i
ENTERS RAILWAY OFFICE:
SHOOTS AND KILLS CLERK
Seattle, Feb. 17. Richard Imento,
a laborer, late yesterday entered the
office of A. M. Lee, assistant general
claim agent of the Northern Pacific
railroad, shot and killed Charles Dry
den, Mr. lee's chief clerk, and shot
and probably fatally wounded R. E.
Patton, another clerk in the office,
Imento who was also known as Nich
olas Kolomenen, was shot and probab
ly fatally wounded by the police.
Only One "BROMO QUININE."
Whenever you feel a cold coming on
think of the full name, LAXATIVE
BROMO QUININE. Look for slgna
ture of E. W. Grove on box. 25c.
SALTS FINE FOR
,We Eat Too Much Meat
.Which Clogs Kidneys,
Then Back Hurts.
Most folks forget that the kidneys,
like the bowels, s-et aluM-tsTi and lnn
ged and need a flushing occasionally,
else wa have backache and dull mis
ery In the Iddney region, severe head
aches, rheumatic twinges, torpid liver,
acid stomach, sleeplessness acd all
sorts of bladder disorders.
You simply must keep your kidneys
active and clean, and the moment you
feel an ache or pain In the kidney
region, get about four ounces of Jad
Salts from any ;ood drug store here,
take a tablespoonful in a glass of wa
ter before breakfast for a few days
and your kidneys will then act fine.
This famous salts is made from the
acid of grapes and lemon Juice, com
bined with lithla and is harmless to
flush clogged kidneys and stimulate
them to normal "activity. It also neu
tralises the acids in the urine so it no
longer irritates, thus ending bladder
Jad Salts Is harmless; inexpensive;
makes a delightful effervescent litbia
water drink which everybody should
tke now and then to keep their kid
neys clean, thus avoiding serious com
plications. A well known local druggist Fays h
sells lots of Jad Salts to folks who be !
Iter in overcoming kidney trouble
wmie t is only trouble.
Hrpr Houe pharmacy. (Adv.) J
Buy Your Wife a
It makes the machine practically self-running.
Does away .with tiresome and health destroying
The machine can be started and stopped in
stantly. The speed is regulated by pressure of
the foot on the treadle.
Sewing can be done stitch by stitch; or as fast
The Westinghouse electric sewing machine
motor can be attached to any make of machine.
Call us for particulars.
Peoples Power Co.
Yoilr Hotir of T Piciirn
possess more pleasure when your home is lighted
economicaFy and beautifully throughout with
Sttelby MAZDA Lamps
A forty watt Mazda Lamp gives thirty-eight candle power and
costs no more to burn than a sixteen candle power carbon lamp.
It gives you twenty-two candle power for nothing
Electric Construction 4. Machinery Company, Electric Building,
. Rock Island, III.