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TIIK ROCK ISLAND ARGUS. 5TCPTDAT. ATRTL Iff. 1915.
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CAPTAIN INSISTS KRONPRINZ WILL RAID AGAIN.
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HELPS FREE T,'
Tlr President of Bock Uland Goes
to Krrne of Formrr Employe
Tat on the Black List.
WTiea Jamea E. Gorman began Uia
career be promised himself that bus
iness was not to ret all his time. Giv
ing was to be as much a part of bis
life as leaking.
Since that time things have gone
well with him. and high honors have
come his way. As the first vice pres
ident of the Rock Island railroad, an
S.OOO-ruile system employing thous
ands of men. Mr. Gorman has had
many opportunities to put his theories
Three years ago a subordinate rail
road employe on the Nevada division
cf the system trespassed against the
! cardinal rule in railroading. The re
port or drinking on duty reii Jnto t tie j
hands of a superior officer, and the!
offender was dismissed peremptorily.
!! sought employment elsewhere, but j
h as unable to slw satisfactory
service papers from the Rock Island,
and no other railroad would take hint
Things went from bad to worse and
he turned to !rink with abandon.
tiirht his alcohol-crazed brain
to lnIM that the Ki'cl wireless played brouRht to its senses. He was
an important r in bringing the , i.ing into the cold barrel of a re-
t) Lpe. Newport News, Va-
itnent. Still there tare been some here 0no
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Miss D. Oden, F. A. Rlddell,
Passenger agent. Ticket Agent.
Rock Island. III. Telephone R. 680.
Burlington Route Depot 20th St. . 2d Ave.
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iKronprlcs Into thin port.
Cap'ain Thlt-rfcMr makes pol
!t:e cj-a:l that -er received a
lr!e. vl!jlle front the Kitel. He
;rn that tl: ireie code he had
'l.rouef.t itli him from t!:o Karlrute
volver. representing the law. The ;
next thing he realized he was lodged '
In the Mate jenit-ntiary to serve a:
long sentence for attempted bank'
"The Rork IUnd railroad Is to
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Tee. r mm4 H rrw Krrtai WUKelm; botiom. trfl la rifhlr
rn. t. S- N folWlw iUmtltoa rport Nr . t aptaia.
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-!,:.. e.t to th Kite!. 0l
I .u. h-l at any port, be had not ben
able It .biin a Cop of the rode, but
1." I..id ten n.'ril.e.l of l! in'Ue. to
ti not ay. lie fearc I that the en
rr.y ni:eM hae tM- t..ii ponrr.. d of
tt a- 1 t:.--rrf're r.i !! sent t the
later uti Mami for my condition." he wrote.
They fired me and fixed me so that
I could not gel another Job with any
other line I went to drinking and
from drinking to Jail. I've not bad a
Vice President Gorman took the
man's side and immediately started
N Aft-.! t A:-isth JIT t'r.t ' f
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Kr t pr'-fis mre tiered. a h fear , an investigation which ended with a
ft i?.t :.y rp. Ciir.l le-i
n t!.e taH b-g of our rruie." the
t ht tr..::t the equator.
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mi.:x - at. t-:r & trial c
We tad pany that had
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run h..rt of r-l ar.d supplies oi an
k:r.d All f the time we were hop
Is g m-et some esel of the enemy
from t!h we could obtain coal and
upp!i. bet there was not a capture
from ht-h we cou! I take any coal.
-We h. pe-l anJ had planne ! to meet
conference with the governor of N.
vada on behalf of the former employe.
The cocrnor agreed to grant the par
don, but there was the surety cotr.-
a 500 bond claim ou
Phone R. I. 692
KERLER RUG CO.
For All Kinds of
Carpet and Rug Cleaning
Rugs Made From Old Carpets
9x12 Rugs dry cleaned 72c; renovated $1.20. Other
sizes accordingly . 1710 Fourth Ave., Rock Island
ta l i:linrf p.iMl i iet ien I
Slloca Re Tt:!.l.tlon.
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t . . -.-.. . f - ' i.i t,tarl . i.r" fn-ji 'i r !r. r a 4 to fcr'!;i'r 'r
l I !, tl-.e 111 IJ o Ol lll'lirai. uui ruun
brother, Charles Bohage of Portage.
The remains will be sent to Portage,
HecelTed Letter from Pr. Matthey
Writing from the hospital in Germany,
where he is engaged under the Red
Cross, lr. Henry Matthey sends a let
ter to John Gerdts of this city; thank-
I ing the Davenportcra who nave 8ent
the bank robber
"It would never do to let a man off i hospital supplies to Germany and tell
so easy." they said. "He is a robber 'ing of victorious reports of German
and we must make on example of him arras which have reached Munich
or our business will suffer." 'front both the eastern and the west-
Again Vlc President Gorman cam3 ern w frontiers. He is especially
to the fore. This time with an ofl'er j Jubilant over the deTcat administered
to pay one-half of the claim person-; to the English fleet attacking the
ally, so as to get the man out in the j Dardanelles. On March 3, tha 25th
worlt to make his start over again. J wedding anniversary of Dr. Matthey,
The compromise was accepted, and j he was presented with a handsome
the pardon was granted. La.st Moa- (silver loving cup by the army officers
day morning the freed man went to,8t the hospital where he i3 located,
work at a position in t. Louis, secur-i o
ed for him by Mr. Gorman. j a riddle(i.n Navy Surgeon
Kurther details were refused at th? Word has been received from Dr. Ed
P.o.k Island offices in Chicaso in thejwar,, p Middletoa that he is serving
absence of Mr. Gorman, who is m I ivrion.l a rtlf niwliral oSrcr on the
ork. I ct.ramchin A n elo-A MKtrnlia.n sailing
between New Orleans and Bristol, he
being ranking officer to the captain.
There are 2."i0 men on board and the
transport Is each trip carrying 1.000
mules for the English army, the mules
at the front being killed at the rate of
COO a day. On one trip they received
the "S. O. S." signal from the La Tou
raine and went to her assistance. Dr.
I rr.J.-.. h
.f t-ri: r:.n ' v ; al-
3 t f'.m r-.!.T.: of .!fSfrr.
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cf t'f 2 IiJ nt ffuMK. v.
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:::. of wool
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M ii,Mtr.-.!.fsltiifri.ai i;em;n supply ships, i r.r'riuna.eiT
rri.:.. l ir. . t lAi'.r c m f..r u. tsor.e turne-1 up. What became t
I rs:'t ir-. T l-i k of tarni I con I Know, rui iu
..: t tcVrri 1 jT l from the shelter of overhanging clouds
,. ,one rollier we tad expected being
. . . . . . . .....W '..-m .klA
.r.. t n Kror.j.rtr.r r-r fin- . rime.i iv wo nimru '"'-"
et. :-l aprn.-e .. r. th-re ba f ..rtur.ately rouli not night us.
We krx.t on and ever.luauy were in
r.' t tcf rtnif.' g'.-.ll-! t y .-!
-r fri'm the t.'.lrl tjnre our m "
Th!-rM. r d. r!e Uttn !e we began to bear the crackle
e-X ar.T - .rd hateer of Uritinh tiavr wlreie ami couni-i j
rt. to jn-' many a e.gm
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r .ai'a.a l .i 1 l.e-n , 1 ;nrs. an 1 be b urned from this thai
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DAY IN DAVEKTPORT
l,irtr r not. fit. 1 bT'took Out
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s.-tiftatp ntr- tin tr the
Is a rati on the hr,-je of Mike
!'i,i!fh. a Gr at 113 tut front l,)r police and In fclm rtie police
I am I lar f ame laN
trvel mpfie' an-t liel
traet, aere IM'. .! I an b
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pMS kiUl.air rontlrnrt.t Kf li
tff. ar aa'te It rntrui.
I am b it ImpeitiiU tr
Wt le(J4r lnl. tte r.omfff
erj.'fMe H . Ill cwt
Man e all wi-'f heneiit(.
featttei! a't "" aVi'tiaf p'-i"-ertr.
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lar.proirerl G'.rect S7:ra.
W tatte eufifro ear er4,
yaa !! t la.-tde''ll
rnmrry of sa aa J t rm
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fem I Sal will ! lite rttirniew
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m.tm 4e el f,be aaf aaMe tbtaiit o 1J la
! eort Mr. T fer e' ii t'afe-l ft t eiieBaft Ifeal
a . I r lil im la r :! -. ett Oraaget&ea-
fu4 llme. I tatai 1 t'tf -fT ef Ifee t"stt brft-t ef
latt f hi kill aat4 k m. . S lineti'M 4t. froea JI
tkJaaT t l ! )laf" el lk, TlMtllotl l!i cf.t 3 -V-V are
lmremaf, a-l U ee;r. bta-i -e.if tr t
X ! j rpflfc ik IS eiffi ! tnst'Ms cl teg 14 a ro:r.ln hou here he knew
Ka .Ua4 aoai4 W M tee eUl ' :,, I !t t.e !r)t The 1 II n con luclel by ft widow. He
rarral reaae. itkt eT- fr erase r.5ot 4.pty-J ca IS s! 4 engage the room and offer a
4al er fcrtrrewU aa at Pr ,.,, up! rrap!'i a etrry- i rhct for i as a parmeM In advance.
eeal Item ta am nt'er, hf A.tiot a e.;;y were The paytner.t uu:iy amounted to
U ! Ifce tlt la lie arweal' kr e-a t
am alla Ik' eapeert ef Ibe set.
f a ft revr4 a a ave a4
a a eJUI. H; tafri are all la
Kk lUa4. I am al Iatreie4 la
aaf avawaale reaeera. aer lli
leek I aaf arewery. a . !
I Im tae 4t!e e tke efiW a4
t aee4 el ear eilf. I will atal'
ltaBaa i.Irl of Ylctnn I Here .about hl ei-enslre lan-l Interests In urvlved by her husband, mother, Mrs
ll-ii II::. IT. r'4.-.av g.rl of M!ourl. Fir days Johnson would ' Julia Bohage of Pavenport. three sis-
i. I .. r.- ia:ri l'er.p-rt p"ut afont t.is r.eiiis ot green ana ters. Miss Ada of Pavenport.
-i t.r f.-rt-t.e. 4i capt-4r.-l in how be as taking a rest by travel rvr of Waukatusa. Wis., aud
Ii-r! tn'ft ar. 1 t irr.-! oer anl worainc In dtflerent places. Aft- ' Geneva Darey of Reno, Nev., and one
i.i tr nf-M T". had teen er he had de:t at great length about
:.'.! hr t. of Vlr.toa 1 be;ng a wealthy land owner in Mis
ti t. I akej t' at g'.rl e tfated ! court he proposed to one widow, who'
n ! rc' i.-f.'.i ttl'ti ili t-.I.e :rt- ar.serred curtly : "1 11 have to see the
1 . " Mifr1) th : .'.c I h-r working land Crt " He then went to another
la a ! at tn'i'.f".!. Tt.'f fcro-uht alio, n.erry atd faaclnating. and
more than a week. The body was
taken back to Paoli by his sister and
husband. Mr. and Mrs. O. P. Weeks,
j for Interment Monday.
Mrs. Myrtle F. DUsette died at the
'home. Ml West Second street, after a
. long Illness. Deceased was born Jub"
1.. ill l orianc, v auu i , . . . , ,
married in that place to Herman K. i .iuuieioa i maiviiiK "u"
.Msette Oct. 19. 1909. Thev came to I and when he reaches Bristol, about
Pavenport three years ago. She ls the 25th. he wUl be transierred to the
... . . rincn tai mrn nr cc to the front.
Former PaTenport 3Ian on Snhma
rino w. R. Carroll, formerly of Pav
enport. was on the submarine sunk in
the Pacific ocean some time before it
went down. Both Mr. and Mrs. Car
roll are now in Pavenport for a few
weeks visiting with friends. They are
now living in Seattle, Wash., where
Mr. Carroll has been conducting the
hotel "Pavenport" and have Just com
pleted a tour of the coast and Hono
lulu. While in San Francisco Mr.
Carroll was on the submarine K-9.
Old East Side Character Dies Fred
Schmidt, one of the best known char
acters of "Bucktown" during the
palmy days of that section, is dead.
Schmidt, who was known as "Dutch
Fritz." had been a piano player in the
old segregated district. Schmidt had
been ailing for some time, but he
arose Saturday apparently in good
health. During the forenoon he com
plained of feeling i!l and went to his
room at 412 Kast Second street. He
became unconscious soon after he en
tered the room and died :X 1:15 a. m.
Schmidt was a piano player in the old
"Midway." He also had played at a
number of other resorts during the
days of "Bucktown." At the close of
the district Schmidt was left practi
cally penniless and because of declin
ing health he was supported by
friends. Over a year ago he became
a county charge and was taken to the
poor farm but declined to stay at that,
place. Dr. Flcke was summoned a
week ago and said Schmidt was suffer
ing with tuberculosis. His condition
was not thought serious at the time.
Schmidt was 45 years old and was
born in Germany. He came to Amer
ica when a youth and settled in Pav
enport about 30 years ago. He is sur
vived by his father aud a brother,
bofh in Germany.
a roocj at her home.
Uardei at that p!ace for two weeks j
" d opn-i up on land conversation
again. Af'.-r be bad toll her of his
at holdings be proposed marriage to
her aal In ibis inetacce. It ia said, he
as accepted. About this time one
or to of the checks had been turned
back. Saturday Johnson was arrested
anHy UMftcsdl StaHes Waiillhr Map
a?'-r o'clock J-'a'-jr- j brtiete they bate the roan who passed
r ;-. rr-'-l on a ' worthless checks and proposed
kr-f,ire a tli.or'lerlr Iwk
i (..( cf
, ?: ! t. ie Cher tr.r-.atK were tak-n by
,tT.-'f l'''ftr. tiii-.r ar. I M;'.lr.
Tte cnh-e r-.-a tk-i are J Veu
tt i. i;-f KnJi!. I'ail Warner.
;; Koi.il att 1 y.rz.A I'aiaUr.
Tti re b-!l p-r. !f- l.rariK In
t p;ue e.v-iM !:, The haul of the
f,. ... lr,u ! 1 IS f of beer In ple-tu-
b.jt.: an) i'.tt act a ration of
fcuar ra of ibe tr.en arrett
1 were arra.-.eir.f for la.! bond i5at
ar jay 'tt.
I fa a! ff ri wMavi
Ra-t fitly year.
TULiiuc eco50f axr.
Ae4 Man Hot! by Street far
llertuan Katrp. an age-l cigarmaker.
as struck by Northwest Pavenport
car going writ sbortly after 8 o'clock
lat ntght at the Second and Gaines
street Ibtereectlon. Katr.p was knock--I
lo Ihe pavement. The city ambu
Ubce a aumatonej and Katap was
removed to Si. Luke's hospital. Dr.
W. L. Allen was summoned. Kamp
sustained bat .light Injuries. It was
said al lb hospital, these consisting
of cuts and bruises about tha head.
It la bettered ha be out In a few
M. (. ntatennre Ile Suddenly
Pr. Miles G. Blakemora. one of the
best known dentists of Davenport,
died at the home. 1525 Orand avenue,
of a hemorrhage of tha brain. Pr.
Blakemore was 61 years of age. Dr.
Ulaketaora was born In Pavenport In
liSl. and after attending tha public
and private schools of this city he at
tended tha high school, front which ha
graduated at an early are. Later ha
left and studied dentistry. He re
turned to Davenport and opened an
office lo start the practice or dentistry
In IsTC. He !s survived br his widow.
!:.. ;t frwx the firy l-!r of mac aer. it Is said by tha pollee. John-Iflara B. Iilakeznore. one son. Arthur
t-.e &-.:.--!. ae J Cap'aia Tra:. oce son pae.J Cv ortclB checks forT. Illakemore. two sisters. Miss Flor-
f' t:ir tea b orca&'.te-l the o.oa-, I J ea-h and got part or all tha cash enca Blakemore. and Mra. W. W.
irr ( ttte lm rj!e qw.iogjia each Instance, flat this was not tha j Brown and one brother. W. F. Blake-
a apprtaef la the Britua !'.. ictly talki&g point la tha check forger, j mora, all of Davenport. Tha funeral
was held yesterday afternoon with
crvlcee at the residence.
George F. Moad. for tha past year
a resident of Malone. Iowa, died at
Mercy hospital of cancer of tha stom
ach and liver, tla was over 45 years
Cf at and cad been at tia AOtplUl
f keek Ya Had Teaaaes fr WM.
aa When J. J'.-hesoa came to Pa v
es$rt fee Ismedlatety set abogt the
laaa of looking cp the available merry
!! of the etty. He found aeteral
of lht.i. a cord l rg to the police, and
started &'.-tr.g tt affect Sots on tha
mar art. Jhnwvn. ho Is almost 10
year of age and of pretty good ap
pearaera. had forts 1 the habit of fa
il ala41 eat aad la barm la lk ps.-, tu t :-r ptn crs ty t; -r. pr.a-;;i5. soatetlrcr les than this
p;:e hr rva o boct tad oar atr-ount. aad Johnson wou'. 1 take the
b"rx !ji tb t.if.! of Ir!anl. O.i cfcacge. He ojll then depart and
tw p'- at the t:'t-- of S.t o!i not stow cp acaln. la this
U. S. Department of Agriculture.
WcJ i $ !" .: -V c-- - CkSm L I
H. y v.,:..p;-'r--v-x
Fair tonight and Tries . V ' t.USryJ
(day; probably cooler! 'irSZm tr, - N
Tuesday. I .J
rherrt'on takea at t s. m . TSta roertdiin time. Air pressure reduced to ms leel. Isobars fcontlnuoas flnesf na.s throiiffh oolau
el equal air preMure. ,l.uirmi (dotted ltui pas tbrowgti polataor equal temperature: ne5' pass kronen poiaia
O clear: O parUycloudr: O cloudy; Q rain: snow; (g) report missing. ArrowsDy with the wind.
Shaded area shows precipitation of .01 lach or more.
He had conceived tha Idea of a small
la aratT women are belt era-1 taatrtmonial bureau her, to be run
t:Tl ry here to rrl school I solely for his on benent. and h con-
tt-'ll anw were contacted altnoet ducted tt with great Skill. It was bl
i : j.:!y by tsra. Uertaaa wotten i habit If fc found a widow with a great
aal dt.t:ta are aU-o la crtatideal of Cioney or a flr-:xed Income
tlaat ciz to U war. to cpea 89 w.ta a loss co&versalloa
Tha pressure is below the normal In
all except the east gulf and extreme
south Atlantic sections and northern
Alberta, with the greatest barometric
depression In New England and
southern Nevada. Occasional light
shower hT occurred from the lake
region to tha north Atlantic coast and
mora general rain has fallen in Ari
zona. New Mexico, western Colorado,
and tha Interior of the west gulf
ststes. A rainfall of 1.7 Inches is
reported from Abilene, Texas. Hih
temperatures are general in the cen- New Orleans SG
tral valleys. Continued generally fair ! New York
weather is indicated for this vicinity
tonight and Tuesday, with probably
cooler Tuesday, due to the approach
of the moderate Alberta high.
High. Low. Pre
Boston 64 4S .00
Buffalo 50 42 .00
Davenport SI 56 .00
Denver 53 44 .00
Jacksonville 74 62 .CO
Kaasas City 73 60 .00
Washington . .
sg e; .00
GS 55 .00
CO 2 -00
SO cr, .00
64 ES .M
rc r,l .CO
6G 41 -09
70 52 -0
65 40 -0
66 34 -00
J. M. SHERIER, Local Forecaster.
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