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:::::iY!M i fOT gUVSJBOr, J otter state candidates spoke l Oeucar square betoro awm to . a. The alight driisle that tu S dorlac tto brtef state the :;xkon addressed ths crow wr :m acted m ft deterreat 1a t Utg ft larger audience. The apeak fct got under -war at U:tt and wv-eoacloded at U:0t. la eaadldata for governor drew aoaa la bis reforest to a road " baUding program. Ha daclarad that tw mora ba travels over thai state the mora convinced he Is of tbe Mad of ft system of hard rosas. . fla aald that at alactad ha wmM pth to rapid completion the aye- tarn provided tor aaaer we tw, . IM.OOO bond Issue. ay tat Mr 4 ; La Small, nomtin Mr. Small attacked the criminal I prottaer. Ha pledged himself to L do all In bis power If elected to . drive the aama oat at uunou. "1 in heartily In fsvor of co operative buying end' selling to . serve Dent tne interests oi mo farmer, producer and consmmer," ba declared. He aald this was the only method to insure fairnaas to both sides and to eliminate the extortionate prodts of the middle- Fred Sterling of Rockford. can didate for lieutenant governor, poke blefly for the state ticket He urged the people to vote the Republican ticket straight and not run chances of invalidating a vote by. canting it in an improper man ner.' He also took a slap at James Hamilton Lewis, Democratic can didate for eovernor. declaring that Colonel Lewis will appeal for votes aa a non-partisan candidate, but that if elected be will be a Democrat on Nov., I. , rwrnt be deceived by his flow ery manners and silken whiskers,1 he admonished. Graham Talks, Colonel Frank L. Smith, state chairman. Introduced Congressman W." J. Graham as "a regular fel low." "He's doing great work tor this district in congress and you are going to miss It if you don't Bead him back," declared smiw. "This is a Kood year to be a He publican,'' said Graham in his opening statement He spoke of two. roada: one that leads along the pathway of progress and proa parity that has been followed by our forefathers for 150 years, and the other that leads no one knows where. tr. Graham denounced what he termed a relinquishment of the na tion's riahts to a foreiam council. Ha aald he voted once tor a draft thht took onr boys out of America to nrht but that he would never do so again unless It waa to light la defense of our flag. t Pot Shots at League. Chairman Smith took occasion to tat in a few shots against the Laacue of Nations. He said Wood raw Wilson misunderstood the con motion of the united States and forgot his oath of office when he want to Europe to undertake to write the treaty of peace. He de clared acatnst a suner-government that would aim to tell this country vben and where to tight and said oar place Is on this side. Other members of the party who wre Introduced Included Lonls L. Flnmerson. secretary of - state; Claries Valle. Laura B. Evans, and Helen ungsby. tbe latter two can didates for university trustees. Ij CORDOVA Sherwood Robinson, 10-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Robin son, sustained a severe fracture of his arm when he fell trom horse Saturday afternoon. i Orandma Kay celebrated her 63rd birthday with her children Sunday. CMIsa Florence Mose of Coe visit ed Sunday with Mae Dnrbin. Earl Robinson waa severely in- tred while cranking his Ford re- - ceatly. Floyd Robinson Is spending his - vacation at nome. (The harvest home festival at the Baptist church Sunday. Oct. 17, was very well attended. Bethel church was closed so the congre gation could attend the (est Rev. William MacGelvery, superintend . eat of the Baptist orphans' home at Maywood, 111., preached in the morning. Dinner was served in the church to over 100 people. Rev. Mr. Rowley, Bethel Baptist minis ter, delivered the address In the afternoon. At night. Rev. Mr. Koh lor of Chicago had charge of the porvlce. Miss Olive Humphrey had charge of the music for the day. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Forsythe are tie proud parents of a boy, bornj Mnaay, uct u. : W. W. Reynolds moved Wednes day to the A. J. Marshall farm. ; Elmer Pax ton moved his family to Geneseo thia week. Mrs. Mace and son. Earl, hare gone to live la Morrison, I1L W. Bruner has purchased the Cordova Lunch Room from Mrs. Mane. rYttere will be a Hallowe'en social at Preeminent school house Oct 23. Both Durbln is teacher. Bess Guinn returned Thursday evening from a week s visit with the : Lambert family at Annawan, lit - vThe Rock Island county farm bu ms conducted a drive for new aotmbera in Cordova township this week. Nearly every farmer In Cor dova township, now belongs to this orgaaiaatlon. CHJ1XTT ALLEGED. ftasel Park Rock Island, in a SfJt for divorce from Edward Park ttod In dreait court today, charges cruelty. They were married Dee. U 1919. The plaintlf relates a story of abase aad ssJstreatmaat aad chargea her husband with making threats against her bodily welfare. She asks aa ajuactiea to prevent hist frost carrying oat taa local tiircunn i:olc3 szsvices 'A t i 1 I Rev. Gar B WOUafaseu. Rev. Guy B. Williamson, pastor of the Fifteenth Avenue Christian church, and an evangelist who is known in this part of the state. Is to conduct a S-weaks' service of evangetlatleai services beginning Sunday evening at the Gloria Dei United Presbyterian church, Twelfth' street and Forty-aecond a venae. There will bo special mu sic each evening. The sermon sub ject for Sunday evening la, "Who Is On the Lord's Side." PROGRAM FOR SCHOOL READY De, W. a. Jessup Is Han Speaker at Opening of Washington -. Balldlag Tuesday. The complete program for the formal opening of Washington in termediate school. Eighteenth ave nue and Thirty-second street has been arranged by the Rock Inland board of education. The opening will be held nest Tuesday evening, with Dr. W. A. Jessup, president of the University of Iowa, delivering the main address. Vocal selections by the children, with special vocal solos by Miss Millie Beck and a reading by Mrs. G. Arthur Nalaon, aside from the addresses, will be the evening's schedule. The program is: Presentation .................... Owen B. Wright principal. Vocal aelectiona . . "Land of Our Fathers" "The Oars are Splashing Light ly" Giebel Washington seventh grade pupils. (Miss Julia Channon, director; I EUa Koehler, accompanist) i Presentation of the building to board of education Olaf Cervln, . . I of Cervln ft Horn, architects. Reading Mrs. u. Artnur Nelson. Acceptance of the building on be half of the board and com munity J. L. Vernon, president of the board of x education. Vocal solo "The Flower Song" (Faust) , Gounod Miss Millie Beck; Miss June Nelson, accompanist Dedicatory address Dr. W. A. Jessup, president of Iowa State -university. "America ". . Audience. Inspection of building and equip ment RELDY IS NAMED LITERARY - MUSIC HEAD AMBROSLAN J. B. Reidy of Rock Island baa been appointed literary-music edl tor of the Amhrosian, the year book of St Ambrose college, Davenport. The staff: Editor-in-chief M. E. Casey, Washington, Iowa. . Assistant edltor-m-chief j JS. T. Rritt nannnnrl ' . Business manager Charles S. Costello, Davenport Literary-music editor J. B. Reidy, Rock Island. Dramatic editor T. J. Lew, Dav enport Humorous .editors G. F. Bou quoht, Riverside, Iowa; H. F. Britt Athletic editor J. F. Barnes, Davenport Alumni editor G. E. Waters, Mt Pleasant, Iowa. Commercial editor Elmer R. Bruhn, Davenport ' SCHOOL SAVINGS Lincoln, Washington and Horace Mann werex the three leading schools In the war savings collec tion made by the State bank of Rock Island Friday. Hawthorne, Horace Mann aad Grant occupy the first three places in the regular school savings. - n . war School Savings. Savings. Lincoln . . 11.88 : ' 27.87 Audubon .......... . 2.59 S0.08 Center Station .50 Edison 1.75 Eugene Field 100 Frances WUlard .... .25 15.87 8.M 24.28 12.09 20.19 3L17 4C99 38.90 39.24 25.(1 25.09 7.50 3J7 Franklin 3.25 3.75 , .75 t.71 4.47 1.71 1.75 Grant .... Hawthorne Horace Maaa ...... Irving Kemble v Longfellow A Lowell .... Washington 1 T.9 ' f VM tX8Lir hannUea. G? AU3USTAUA AT GALESDURG (Cowtlaaed From Page Qua.) authority ha was stopping him. Field says that he replied by throw Inr oaea Ms coat, displaying hia star, aad that Immediately Kron be gan running. Field fired a shot at th Oeeiag stadent and waa Joined rthe'Son oriWmiam nJ: anou Kraa . in the back, piercing his heart However, the officers claim ed that Kron ran on for 40 feet after the last shot was fired before falling. 'The police searched the dead stu dent's pockets and ware convinced that they had not brought down a robber.. However, they declare that Kron had run away from them and in so doing they were Justified in stopping him by any means. " la searching hia pockets tney learned his name and that he was a student of Augusta na college at Rock Island, and telephoned to tbe local police to find his brotner flere. 4 aquest Tomorrow. The body was taken to the Kim ber 4k West undertaking parlors, where" it was thought an Inquest would not be held by Coroner George Cower before tomorrow, as there were said to be many threads of the case to be unravelled. The Galesburg police were still searching at noon today for the persons with whom, they now be lieve, Kron had been visiting on Kellogg street. They learned that the student was the correspondent for the Moline Dispatch and was to cover the football game for that newspaper between Millikin and Augustana at Decatur this after noon. Kron was not registered at any of the Galesburg hotels, which strengthens the police theory that he had gone to visit friends after alighting from the Burlington train from Rock Island about V o clock last night A block east from the spot where he was shot there is a street car line, but tbe student was not heeded that way, but. as the cars after midnight only run on owl service, it is believed that Kron was walking downtown to make a 4-o'clock train for Decatur. Bon In Hew York City. Luther P. Kron was born Oct 14, 1898. in New York city. The family moved west some'' years later and for a number of years the father waa pastor of the First Lutheran church at Dayton, Iowa. Three years ago he took up a pastorate at Galva. III. Luther entered the college de partment of Augustana college in September, 191$, and was in his last year. He would have graduated next May. A brother, Einar, is a sophomore at the college. Both young men. roomed at the college dormitory. Luther waa one of the most popular students at tbe col lege,- end expressions of the deep eat grief are heard from all aides at teh school. Surviving are his parents, Rev. and Mrs. N. E. Kron. Galva, 111; four brothers, Reuben P. Kron, pro feasor at Northwestern college, Fer gus Falls, Minn.; Elnar, Theodore and Hilding. the latter two at home; also two sisters, Ada and Esther, at home at Galva. ALPHA The Oxford township Sunday school convention will be held at the Methodist church at 2:30 p. m. Oct. 24. Miss Harriett Nelson of Bishop Hill will give "Echoes from the State Convention;" Miss Emily Look, the Henry county secretary. will speak on "Statistics, or Keep ing the Sunday Bchool Records.' There will be other speakers. Mu sic will he furnished by the Alpha schools. The sorrel pacing filly "Dear more," owned by R. D. Streeter, paced a mile in 2:17V Wednesday afternoon at the Breeder's associa tion on the mile track at Gales burg. Edson Hoyt - returned Monday from Colfax Springs, Iowa. Mr. Hoyt suffers with rheumatism. The new Methodist minister er rived Saturday evening and preach ed twice Sunday. The people were pleased with Rev. Van B. Sulllna and his three sons. Mrs. Sulllns and three daughters came Tuesday evening from East St Louis. Miss Marie Streeter went to Mon mouth Wednesday for a visit. Mrs. Effle Timberlake and daugh ter Alice were Galesburg shoppers Wednesday. , Mrs. HatUe Cabeen, Mrs. H. W. SUtt and daughter Rella were guests at the Harrison home near I -:.uw -1. i i tr i j c'lu"u" "u" Mr. and Mrs. Will Rutledge and Miss Martha Douglass left Tuesday morning for Keokuk. Iowa, to visit his sister, Mrs. Ferd Payton, and family; then to Sbelbina, Mo., to visit a sister and family. J. A. Widney attended the big cattle sale Wednesday at strong- hurst, and was the guest of his son. B. O. widney. Rev. James R. Shanks and W. O. Allison attended the Illinois Bap tist state association at Kewanee Tuesday, Wednesday aad Thursday of this week. Last Friday the school children enjoyed a vacation, as the teachers went to Galesburg to the Illinois Teachers' association. The Mason Jubilee singers enter tained ft large and appreciative au dience Friday evening with their negro songs sad stories. Mr. and Mrs. D. E. Woolley. Mr. and Mrs. Rolto Woolley and Mr. and Mrs. Eliaa Snyder attended the funeral services for D. E. Wool- ley's sister, Mrs. John Weeca, at London Mills, Wednesday., Birney Calkins left Tuesday for his winter home st Cornado, Fla. DBIJXKS FITTED. Two. men faced Magistrate D. J. Cleland in police court this morn ing aad were fined 35 each on chargea of drunkenness. They gave their names as Ben Aufder heider and Frank MeKftig. GROVE'S IKOX TOXIC SYRUP. For Pale Children. They love to take it and it hi bettor suited to tea- der little stomachs than- Iron Tah- 110B .puis. Aosoioteiy c-(Adv.) 1 TWEETinWE From The Af-M Oct 17 Rock Island's efforts to secure the K.P. Grand lodge here nest year areerowaM with auc tess, according to a.telefrem re ceived late thia afternoon. Fort Armatrong ganison bio. 80, Knights of the Globe, a.t its. semi annual installation Tuesday even ing, inducted the foitowlaa;, Into office: Supreme judge,, J. F. Mun cer: president R. A. Jkmaldson; commander, W. A. Darling; ensign. son, . Jr.; sentinel, ueorge tungs- bury. The Knights aftertward par' took of an oyster supper. Sam Kenworthy Is organising a football eleven from the high school, aad will give the boys an opportunity to display their skill in an exhibition game with, the Mo line high school team tomotrow aft ernoon.' An exhibition of battle ban at Turner hall. Davenport last even. ing. between teams of Rock Island and Davenport Turners resulted in 19 to 1 in favor of Davenport in the first half and 9 to 18 in favor of Davenport in the second half. Oct 18 The Argus today attains its 44,th anniversary. Oct 21 Mrs. W. B. Baker is back from Chicago where she has BY Dft. JAMES L VAXCB. , (Founder of InferCharcii World Itavennt 1 and Cbunun raderai uouncti oi CharcbM of AJoenca. There is room for a difference of opinion as to how the Sabbath should be observed, but there is no room for a difference of opinion as to whether the Sabbath should be preserved. I should hate to be compelled to live in a land with no Sabbath. It would be a land with no mer cy on human life, where the ani mal has the right or way, and there is no call to . the higher thins). It would be a land in which the people who have to earn a liveli hood must work to entertain the people who are rich enough to afr ford leisure. This is the rotten thing about an open Sunday. It is a day of sport for the rich and a day of slavery for those who must work to entertain them. A land without a Sabbath is a land in which the home is crowded to the wall. The grind goes on. and there is no opportunity to cul tivate the love of home. One works too much whose work leaves - no The Day in XcXann Again Arrested An ar gument -at the Wallace flying field Thursday afternoon between A. G. McMann and Fred Wallace, resulted in the arrest of McMann on an as sault and battery charge preferred by young Wallace. McMann was arrested by Chief of Police Boettcher and furnished bonds for his appearance before Justice of the Peace Petersen at Bettendorf, on Oct. 25. McMann and Wallace clashed verbally when Wallace ap proached McMann in regard to financial matters. The argument grew hotter and hotter, until finally the two tangled In a struggle which lasted several minutes. Wernentln Could Sell Farm- That Fred Wernentln, Jr., who Jumped into the river and drowned Wednesday morning ratner than face the bankrupt courts, could have sold the only farm he owned two weeks ago at a profit of 94,700, was the statement of a local real estate man yesterday. According to his statement Mr. Wernentin came to him and said that he would like to dispose of the farm owned by him near Princeton. He said that he would like to realise as much cash as possible through the deal and was told that if he would con sider accepting a section of land, 440 acres, in Canada, the deal conld be put through. Tbe farm owned by Wernentln was purchased' by him at a total cost or 345,500. 1 Power Is Off Electric light and power current in Davenport stopped about 1:45 o'clock yesterday after noon and business in general was paralyzed for more than an hour, as tne result ox a nroaen nigh ten sion wire on Ft Armstrong avenue. Street cars were stalled in the streets, all lights were oft and all The Rock Island Ministerial al liance will meet Monday morning at the association building, with Rev. W. B. Oliver leading in the de votionals and Rev. W. G. Oglevee in the bapk review. :15 Watch Tower car Monday eve - ning for the Nelson-Clendenin camp on Vandruft island tor supper and outing. The woman's citizenship class will be held at 9:30 Monday morn - ing at the Y. M. C. A. nil Kiwania dnb will hold it! Mnl martin Honda. tunn at the Y. M. C. A. . Indoor baseball practice for theJ Vtva haa alreadv hetrnn. with th I opening game to be played next Satnrriav. Tha hova nlav toama from the quad-cities. Last year, they woa every game but one, and with, a better team this year, pre dict a clear victory. The boys of the Y will hold their Hbllowe'oa party Saturday eveuiag A Land Without a Safrbath If... BWBHBSB II : : i 11 vMfi a nAT.wnunat I I I YEARS AGO FUm of 1635 been perfecting her vocal talents ai Professor ziegieiavs couege. Ethel, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. C, Fry, 2910 Thirteenth avenue. waa oleaaantly surprised on tne oc casloa of her loth birthday Satur day afternoon byth South Park Sunday school class oi wnicn aae la a member. Several hours were spent la games, etc.. and Ethel was left with many rememprances. . ' Oct M. Robert Bennett. Jr,i has made ft record far himself as a fisherman probably unsurpassed by anyone in these parte. Every morning between the hours of 4 and 6 for the past four weeks ho was perched on the ferry dock with pole in hand, but not once did a member of the finny tribe even come near enough to disturb bis line. Oct 23 A social And entertain ment consisting of recitation, pro verbs and life pictures will be given in the basement of the Cen tral church Friday evening. A sapper with oysters will be served from C to 8 o'clock. Dr. and Mrs. E. M. Bala are home from their Chicago aad Milwaukee trip. This evening occurs the mar riage of Clarence Hibbard and Miss Edith L. Lessley at tbe residence of the bride's mother, 2730 Seventh avenue. time for him to get acquainted with his own wife and children. A land without Sabbath Is a land that discredits spiritual val ues. The soul is ignoreM. There is no quiethour to cultivate compan ionship with, God, and to be re minded that-"the life is more than meat and the body than raiment" There are things about the Pur itan Sabbath we would not want back, but the reaction has carried too far when the day that was made for man became a day de voted to trade and dissipation. These are the things which slay the Sabbath spirit When the day is commercialized or so secular ized as to have no spiritual accent, it is gone from us. America needs to be concerned lest she become a land without a Sabbath. The need for a day of i$st was built into man's nature by his Maker. A Sabbath well spent brings a wc?k of content, And strength for the toils of to morrow; But a Sabbath profaned, whate'er may be gained. is a certain lorerunner or sor row." Davenport rent remained Idle until linemen repaired the broken feed wire. Baby BIng Starts Argument Tne question 01 ownership of ruby ring was argued in police court yesterday, then transferred to the court of Justice W. W. Scott and later to the police station again with the result that after the Jew eler, who had sold the rina to Mrs. Wedderant West Sixteenth street Identified his trade mark, a. charge! 01 petit larceny was lodged against H. Leviston, a Danish painter and paperhanger, on- 724 West Sixth street Although the ring was practically identified as the one sold to Mrs. wedderant Leviston re fused to return it to her. He Will be arraigned before Justice W. W. Scott today. Leviston was released from custody under 325 bond. Take Up Loy Case-Clifford Loy. arrestee in jeuersonvuie. Ind and returned to Davenport on a .charge of violating his parole, ia not en titled to a rehearing on the parole revocation charge, according to the county attorney's office. The sen tence, restored through the revo cation of -the parole, calls for five years in the state reformatory at Anamosa. 'Thousands Register With today tne last amy or registration, the ef feet of the additional feminine vote has already been felt and the total registrations up to 1 o'clock yester day afternoon, were well over the seven thousand mark in the city precincts. JMstn Motwd The body of 5- months-oid Beverly Ann Powell, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph rvweu, was snipped Thursdav aft. ernoon to Oskaloosa, Iowa, where ouruu toon place yesterday. at the T. Admission tickets are 2 cents and 1 cent for the sida hnw Two hundred and fifty tickets are on sale. All boys are urged to come. tickets for the T water displsy are on sale at the Y. The exhibi tion will be given in the swimming puui x roaoay evening. ',. lu? uau i8 will open ' J wter tournament at the Y gym Tuesday evening. The social work committee will meet Tuesday evening to make final :"annnU for the adults' Hal iuwbbu parcy rTiaay evening. A reel of pictures on "Honwi On $18.75," will be Shown tn th. i008 01 tbe city at the Y next Thurs- uay evening. Seniors, older boys and prep j S,1888 held Monday. The Boy Scouts Will have a BWlmmina bour o'clock Monday afternoon. RESCUE XISSIOX TOMGHT. Rev. J. H. Fleminr of Minn. a polls, aa evangelist will ipeak to the Rock Island Rescue Mission at Us moating, this erealng. v J jiram 'SOX' PLAYERS BQIs Vote Also Against Attett, Chase nd Bans In Ball ScueftL ' Chicago, Oct 23. (TJnited Press.) Names of Abe Attell, former .box ing champion, and Hal Chase and BiU Bums, former baseball play ers, today were among tho3e against whom indictments have been voted by the Cook county grand Jury for fixing the 1919 world'a series. The crand Jury voted also indict ments against eight members of the 1919 Chicago White Sox team, pre viously named in indictments tor throwing the series to Cincinnati. The action was taken to guard against possible Irregularities, ac cording to the state's attorney's of- flee. ' Attell acted as "fixer" la the 1919 world's series, according to the In dictment voted against htm. It was based on a. story told the grand Jury by William Gleason, manager of tbe Chicago White Sox. Gleason said Attell admitted to him the plot to buy the series but declared he was double-crossed by a New York gambler in the deal. Burns, for mer White Sox player, and Chase, at one time a star with the New York Giants, also were named as fixers." Further Investigations of base ball scandals today awaited the ar rival here of Joe Geaeon, second baseman of the St. Louis American league club. KILLS SELF IN CHICAGO HOTEL Police Want Identity of Woman Who Committed Suicide Case Puzzling. Chicaeo. Oct. 23. The police are a woman who committed suicide in a hotel here early this morning by taking poison. Personal effects found in the room Indicate she was Mrs. Sarah Sandefer of Denver, but the register shows the name of Mrs. M. Sharkey of Aurora, 111. WIDOW INHERITS ENTIRE ESTATE OF COE FARMER Betsey Anderson, widow of An drew Anderson, who prior to his death was a resident of Coe town ship, is the sole beneficiary. All property, both personal and real, is bequeathed to her, according to the terms of the will admitted to pro bate.. After her death the property is to' revert to the children, share and .share alike. '" Millard M. Whiteside and AI Smith are named as executors. TWO ACCIDENTS OF CARS AND WAGONS, BUT NO ONE HURT Two accidents in which the au tomobiles and wagons were dam aged and drivers uninjured oc curred at about 6 o'clock last eve ning. A machine struck a horse-drawn wagon on Twelfth street near Chip piannock cemetery, damaging the machine and waeon. The wagon was said to have been without lights. A similar accident with an Iowa car and a horse-drawn wagon occurred at about the same time on the Milan bridge. The driver of the wagon loaded with coal Is said to have been on the wrong side of the bridge and without lights. DRURY Mr. and Mrs. J. Garber of near Eliza were Sunday visitors at the William Nuasbaum home. A series of revival meptfnp-s la 1n progress at Wrayville Methodist church, having begun Monday eve ning. Mrs. Ollie Keller entertained the ladies' aid society of Pine Bluff Methodist church at her home Wed nesday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Mark Corner of Muscatine visited Wednesday at the D. A. Kleist borne: Miss Zora Van Dolah. a graduate nurse, who also served during the recent World war as a nurse in France, returned home, last Wed nesday. She was very much-surprised, on reaching Muscatine, to learn of her mother's sudden death, her death having occurred from heart failure about three weeks ago. Miss Van Dolah could not be located at that time. Mrs. L. Shirkey attended the mil itary funeral of Chester Swindler of Davenport Thursday, the body having arrived from France. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Witte and Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Britton of Rock Is land spent Thursday in this vicin ity at Mr. Witta'a farm. Mrs. William Hampton and sis ter. Miss Ella Meade, narrowly es caped serious injury while enroute to Muscatine Thursday. They saw an automobile approaching them, coming from Muscatine. The two met between the Lillibridge and Cox residences, the ladies giving all the road it waa possible to give without going over the embank ment The autoist, keeping the right of way. crashed into them, wrecking their buggy and so fright ening their horse that it broke loose and stripped itself of the har ness, but fortunately neither of the ismes was injured. - Kenneth, the liUle son of Mr. and Mrs. wniiam Nussbaum. haa been ui ana is under tbe. doctor's care at present Don't Mies Your Train CALL B. LS714 . ' - Dor or Night Depot Taxi Service Harry J. Middleton " Heated Limousine Cars Dependable Service Reasonable Rates I ' T ECACOir FOB FEAR OF TUBSSCTJLOSIS Because every third person be tween IS and 60 dies of it or ovary fourth person between t and 50. It kills about one in ten of all people, who die at any age; also it disables and renders unless and helpless those who have it, aad is pfteo the mesas of beggaring their families. Vote for a three-mill tax at the November election, so we may have a county tuberculosis sanatorium. WESiWIA HE HEAD SHOT Unknown Men KOI Joha Yates at Williamson Tais stern 1 a Williamson. W. Vs.. Oct 23. John Yates, superintendent of the Gates mine of the Frystai biock Mining company, was shot aad killed by unknown persons uiis morning while walking along the Mingo country road near the com pany's store at Gates, 10 miles east of Williamson, according to re sorts received here. Federal troops on duty in the Mingo county strike zone tmmedi ately were sent from Sprigg, near Gates, to establish patrols in the woods which flank the road and from which the shots came. Also, bloodhounds were hurried from Williamson to the scene in an ef fort to trace those responsible for the shooting. . , ! Personal Points ' j Mr. and Mrs. Howard Hodgson and children of Jacksonville are visiting at the home of Mr. Hodg son's brother, W. M. Hodgson, 1233 Twelfth street A. F. Sala, manager of the Tri City Auto S.upply company, and Harry Unverforth, manager of the Starter & Battery Service com nanv. are in Chicago attending a conference of Vested Battery Ac- Simulator distributors. While In Chicago they will inspect the larg est and best equipped battery sta tion in the country. Mrs. George W. Wood of Spo kane, Wash., is in Rock Island vis iting relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Block j or Marshalltown, Iowa, are visiting at the O. J. Brien home. 1621 Twenty-ninth-and-a-half street and with other relatives in the city. Mrs. M. A. Fisher of Ottawa has returned to her home following a 10 days' visit at the home of her son JJ. C. Fisher, 1611 Thirty-second street , Miss Margaret Lamont of 100S Sixteenth street has returned from a 10-days' visit in Colfax, Iowa. REYNOLDS B. E. , Richard and family will soon move to Sherrard. 111., where church heW their monthiy they have bought a home. Mrs. John Parks was in Rock Is land on Friday. Miss Irene Godfrey was out to stay over Sunday at her home. Leona Vanatii returned home last week after a visit with friends in Curbing, Okla, Mrs. R. L. Millette entertained several friends at dinner last Thursday in honor of Mrs. Jennie Schoonmaker. Misses Vina and Edith Crandell entertained friends Saturday after noon in honor of Mrs. W. A. Gray who i expects to leave for Buhl, Idaho, soon. i Mr. and Mrs. Densil Davis were In Davenport on Monday. Miss Henrietta Sherrard had bus iness in Rock Island on Satuny. Mips Edith Lynch visited with friends here on Friday night Miss Alta Vance was in Rock Is land Thursday. Mrs. O. R. Smith spent Sunday here in Reynolds. J. R. Doonan and Miss Mabel Nel son were In Moline Thursday. Otatuary Mrs. Herman Hansen. Mrs. Herman Hansen, formerly of Rock Island, died last Saturday night at her home in Los Angeles. She was buried last Monday. Mrs. Hansen is better known to Rock Islanders by her maiden name. Miss Anna Nelson, who was at the head of the alteration depart ment at the Young & McComb store. She was employed at the store for manv yearn Sb was married toHerman Hansen of this city a year ago last September, the couple leaving then for Los An geles to make their home. IMIFstI urn- ON SUSPIGt Sheriff Seizes Han wi jwJ . Wafltaoaa ItVwsaakei aVA. T ' TV ssassM;, IMTXI Ik? Drewts Xnrta; , rniiavaemnia. uct. zs Seth of Cfccil county, nut -hJav thai ,a he A on a train near PerryviUa-? early today on suspicion that kk William P. Brines, the ibyZ1 student charged with the killat Vim., C IImvm ft., n college senior, here last Sana, njght. The suspected man was talav Elktoa, Md. T1 The sheriff added that tht m oner said his name was Htrrjii mum, mm. ue waa a cnemw was traveling from Philadelphjik Baltimore. He left Philaotkb last night, he said. He denial, was Brines and said he knee m ing of the killing Dreweg. The man said his home is iaKet York. According to the fcri! the prisoner refused to gh information about his familr uH told conflicting stories. Sheriff Seth he was attracted the man by his similar appavan to Brines. The suspect was qgn, nervous, he added. Philadelphia detectives have ba sent to uiKion. SUPREME COURT RULES ON CASES Holds Women Had Xe rJ?MIT for Community High School. I Springfield, 111., Oct. 23. Bed sion of the McDonough county dt cuit county court that womes ui a right to vote on the establaV ment of a community high scM before the 19th amendment, vu adopted, was reversed by th aj preme court today. The high school district at kVl comb was formed after men st it! election nan given a piuraim against it, but the women gtn nnmiur inn ninur wav ann M riea u. An opinion of the supreme com affirming its oral decision last mm sion that the primary law of Ui to liuwiioinuuvutu, nod M8IIIHU down today. TAYLOR RIDGE Mr. and Mrs. Samuel J. Spact i r Rock Falls, motored throne Thursday to spend several diTi with friends and relatives. Miss Mary McManus left Thun day for an- extended visit with tar friend. Miss Ruth Rink of Propb etstown. 111. ! The Ladies' Aid society of tail ing at the home of Mrs. Hertut Hofer on Thursdav afternoon, with Mrs. Hofer. Mrs. Will Baker, Mn John Baker and Mrs. Charles Din- lap as hostesses. In connectim with the society, Mrs. Hofer W arranged for a little bazar uli booth decorated in colors sugg ive of Hallowe'en was well lid with articles including ap fancv work, fruit, etc.. Donation for the bazar were also made M. & K., Young and McCombs, MrCihR and Mosenfelrler & 50M Rnrk Island. The nroceeds of afternoon amounted to t2.18, Mia Maud Rrubr client ThurBT evening in Rock Island. Mrs. Elizabeth Schneider Visit Tl' .1 J .. .. J Tt.....d.a tM home of her sister, Mrs. S. 0. Heitl of Rock Island. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Hofer. Mn Arthur Hofer and Mrs. Paulson ef Camanche, Iowa, motored throup Thursday afternoon to 'attend tft society at Herman Hofer'. When you think Kodak Think of Schlegel's Films, Supplies, Developing, Printing, Enlarging, HO!) Second 'ArrnnJ, Rocs Island, ill. -oinmercial. Savings Trust Decartments. Safe Deposit Vault Me WHO? Who will be the business agent of your family's aiffairs when your guidance is withdrawn? At no greater expense, you may well choose the efficient experienced service of this in stitution as Executor, Trustee or Guardian under your Will. IQxSt&alAre.