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THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 1910.
m 1 NEWS OF THE NEIGHBORS 1
Army Deserter Surrenders. Tired
of traveling over the country dodg
ing the police authorities who had
been notified in every city of his de
sertion from the United States army,
Louis B. Hale, a young man walked
into the police station and told Night
Desk Sergeant Nagel and Night Cap
tain Phelan that he wanted to sur
render. He was placed in a cell at
the station according to his own de
sire and his story was looked up.
Hale, who possesses a cognomen of
historic savor, told the police that he
escaped from the post at Fort Lo
gan, Col., last May, after having been
granted a ten days' furlough. He
6aid he had gone into Denver, which
was only seven miles away and af
ter having been on, a spree of some
duration failed to report on time and
feared to go back. He then started
eastward and since that time has
been traveling from one city to an
other. He was taken to the govern
ment arsenal and turned over to the
authorities to be returned to Fort
Darrlel Hawkins Sued for Divorce.
A suit for a decree of divorce on the
grounds of cruel and Inhuman treat
ment has been entered In the dia
trlct court in behalf of Mrs. Lizzie
Hawkins against her husband. Dan
iel Hawkins. The grounds alleged
other than that oftjcruel and inhu
man treatment are that the defend
ant has on numerous occasions
struck the plaintiff with his closed
TRY THIS FOR CATARRH.
Get a HYOMEI (pronounce it
High-o-me) outfit today.
Pour a few drops from the bottle
dnto the inhaler that comes with
each outfit and breathe it in four or
five times a day.
Immediately you will know that
HYOMEI soothes and heals the in
flamed and Irritated membrane.
But HYOMEI does more than
soothe and heal; it kills the germs,
those persevering pests that are at
the root of all catarrhal conditions.
"Last year I suffered terribly with
catarrh. I used one bottle of HY
OMEI and my catarrh was better."
Miss Helen McNair. Loyalton. Cal.
A complete HYOMEI outfit, in
cluding a bottl - of HYOMEI, a hard
rubber pocket Jnhaler and simple
instructions for use, costs only $1.
If you now own a Hyomei inhaler,
you can get an extra bottle of TIY
OMEI for only 50 cents at the Har
per House "pharmacy and druggists
Guaranteed to cure catarrh, croup,
asthma and sore throat, or money
For your own convenience, and
to have the money safe. If you
are a business man these things
are only a' part of the services
you expect and should have
from your bank.
The Rock Island Savings Bank
is awake to all the ways it can
serve its patrons. The accounts
of individuals, business firms
and savings deposits solicited.
4 Per Cent Paid on Savings De;
The oldest state bank and the
oldest savings bank in Rock
Rock Island Savings Bank
An ad which by reading t will save me money. The
'highest wages paid in Rock Island of any place in
tri-cities. They are making as much as $5, $6, $7,
$8, $9 and $10 dollars a day by getting or trans
ferring their loans to the Cut Rate Loan company.
Everybody handsomely pleased that makes or even
talks loan to them. Call West 177 or write
I8OIV2 Second avenue.
J. W. JONES, MGR.
flste and has deserted her since May,
1907. She also alleges non-support.
Two Hurt at Bsttendorf, In an ac
cident which occurred at the Betten
dorf foundry plant, John Mitchell
was burned and Injured so that he
bad to be taken to Mercy hospital
and his fellow workman, Leo Balzer,
was burned and bruised, but was tak
en to hiB home. Both men were em
ployed in putting in a steam pipe
connection, which was about 15 feet
above the ground. While fitting on
a T Joint, the force of the steam
pressure blew off the connection and
both were precipitated to the floor.
Mitchell received a severe cut on his
nose which required several stitches
to close besides being badly burned
by the steam and hot water. Balzer
was more fortunate and although
bruised and cut in the fall, was not
Has Leg Broken. Phillip Schneider,
residing at 316 1-3 Brady street, naa
his leg broken whilje working fit
Fifth and Farnam streets. He was
removed to his home in the city am
bulance, where medical attention was
Obituary Record. George W.. the 6-
months-old son of Mr. ana Mrs.
George W. Ware, died yesterday af
ter a day's Illness of Infantile paral
ysis, at the Bergal home, where his
Mrs. Louise McGee died at her
late residence. 2134 Farnam street,
Wednesday night at 11 o'clock. The
funeral will be held from the home
at 2:30 Saturday afternoon.
Mrs. Mathilda Siegel died at 2:15
Wednesday afternoon at her home,
144 6 West Seventh street, after an
Illness of long duration. She was
59 years, 11 months and 26 days old.
The deceased was born in Baden.
Germany, Nov. 6. 1850, and came to
America at an early age. For the
past 11 years her home has been in
Davenport, having come here from
Burlington. She was a member of
the Christian Mothers' society of St.
Joseph's church. The survivors are
the husband, William, two sons. J.
J. and A. W.. of this city, one daugh
ter, Sister Mary Eulalie, in a con
vent in St. Louia. and two sisters,
Mrs. H. Heminghouse of St. Louis
and Mrs. A. Fischer of Germany.
The funeral was held today.
At the home of her sister. Mrs. F.
L. Ackley, 314 Ripley street, yester
day occurred the death of Mrs. Ar
mina J. Holmes, at the age of 72.
She had been ailing some time. The
deceased was born in Detroit. Mich.,
March 24. 1838. In 1859 she mar
ried David Holmes in Rock Island.
and has made Davenport and vicin
ity her home for the past 50 years.
Her husband died in 1862 from the
effects of a wound received in the
battle of Shiloh. She is survived by
two daughters, Mrs. S. J. Morton of
Elmwood, 111., and Mrs. E. F. Tubbs
of Ellinsburg, Wash., one siBter, Mrs.
F. L. Ackley of this city, and five
grandchildren, Dr. David, Agnes and
Thora Morton of Elmwood, 111., Mrs.
F. M. Wing of Minneapolis, and
George P. Tubbs of Ellinsburg, Wash.
The funeral will be from Mrs. Ack
ley's home, 314 Ripley street, Sat
urday at 2:30 p. m.
The baseball nine of Silvis gave a
dance at Kuhne's hall last Wednesday
Hugh Phelps has been transferred
to the Iowa division on the Rock Is
land road and will be stationed at
Cedar Rapids and run from there to
Brooklyn as fireman.
Little Constance F. Wanless, having
arrived at her 6th birthday anniver
sary last Saturday, she invited a doz
en of her little friends to her home to
assist her in celebrating the occasion.
Games and contests were the diver
sions, followed by a lunch. The little
hostess received some very pretty
A number of the relatives, friends
and neighbors of Mrs. C- A. Anderson
went to her home and surprised her
last Tuesday. A 5 o'clock dinner was
served and the hostess received some
handsome presents. The affair was a
farewell party as Mr. and Mrs. Ander
son will move from their country
home to Silvis.
The following officers were elected
at a special meeting of W. M. Slovers
Sunday school class at his home last
Sunday afternoon: Mark Hill, presi
dent; Dev. E. W. Tompsou, vice pres
ident; Edward Crowder, secretary;
Raymond House, treasurer.
Miss Elsie Swanson entertained a
number of young ladies -at a Hallow
e'en party in honor of her guest. Miss
Myrtle Anderson last Saturday after
noon. A 6 o'clock dinner was 6erved
Pumpkins and candles were much in
evidence. Grace Hokinson, Effie Dop
ier and Andy Ixddig won the prizes.
Miss Myrtle Anderson received a very
pretty pocketbook as a present from
little Alexander H. Reed entertain
ed a number of his schoolmates and
his school teacher at the home of his
parents in honor of his 6th birthday
anniversary last Saturday afternoon.
I. B. Faulkner and wife of Trenton,
Mo., and who resided here for a num
ber of years, have returned home after
a several days' visit with friends and
Mr. Phelp is visiting his daughter,
Mrs. Belle McKenzie of Independence,
Owing to the vigilance of City Mar
shal Hobson and his assistants the
boys did not commit as many depreda
tions as usual on Hallowe'en.
Mrs. H. Bull has so far recovered as
to be able to go to Osborne to visit her
daughter, Mrs. Jessie Brown.
The Methodist Sunday school gave
a Hallowe'en party Monday evening.
Mrs. A. Tubbs threw open the doors
of her home last Wednesday afternoon
for the entertainment of the Baptist
Ladies' Aid society. A large number
attended and a large collection was
R. S. Silvis arrived home from South
Dakota last Saturday morning. Earl
Pomeroy is expected home later to
spend the winter here with his mother.
Dan Pottiger and son of Rock Island
have bought the Silvis cafe from Ben
The Y. P. B. IT. gave a Hallowe'en
sociable at the church here last Fri
Mrs. T. L. Outen has been entertain
ing her father, A. B. Cox of Bridgeport.
Mr. Cox at one time resided in this
Dr. and Mrs. B. V. Marquis return
ed home Sunday from Minnesota.
Andrew De Borde shipped two car
loads of cattle to Chicago Monday.
Alec De Borde and Isaac Boyle went
to Chicago with the shipment.
Joseph Odell and family moved to
their new home in Aledo Wednesday.
Alfred Frederickson, who has been
working for Emerson Crabs, moved to
airs. Harvey Kamsey entertained o
party of young ladles at her home
Lame back comes on suddenly and
Is extremely painful. It is caused by
rheumatism of the muscles. Quick re
lief is afforded by applying Chamber
lain's Liniment. Sold by all druggists.
You Take No Risk
OUR REPUTATION AND MONEY
ARE BACK OF THIS OFFER.
We pay for all the medicine used
during the trial, if our remedy falls
to completely relieve you of constipa
tion. We take all the risk. You are
not obliged to us in any way what
ever, if you accept our offer. Could
anything be more fair to you? Is there
any reason why you should hesitate
to put our claims to a practical test?
The most scientific, common-sense
treatment is Rexall Orderlies, which
are eaten like candy. They are very
pronounced, gentle and pleasant in
action, and particularly agreeable in
every way. They do not cause diar
rhoea, nausea, flatulence, griping, or
any Inconvenience whatever. Rexall
Orderlies are particularly good for chil
dren, aged and delicate persons.
We urge you to try Rexall Orderlies
at our risk. Two sizes, 10c and 25c.
Remember, you can get Rexall Reme
dies In this community only at our
store the Rexall store. Thomas Drug
Church on Business Basis. The an
nual meeting of the First Methodist
congregation, held In the church par
lors, was well attended and much in
terest was manifested in reports of the
last conference year and In the out
look for the ensuing year. Reports of
solicitors on finances for the coming
12 months were encouraging. Rev. D.
S. McCown, pastor of the church, out
lined some policies which he hopes to
see carried out during the year. He
desires that church finances be placed
on a business basis, that all bills be
raid monthly. He advocates that the
church give careful attention to Eociai
life. Making the church the center for
social activity of its members will re
sult in right social recreation, is the
contention. He urges that the laity
share with the pastor the responsibili
ties of visiting the sick and welcoming
strangers. He suggests revival serv
ices and personal effort as a means of
keeping alive the interest in the work
of the church.
Small D09 Cause Trouble. A small
dog owned by Peter Langbehn, Jr.,
created a disturbance that led to the
arrest of F. L. Conover. According to
the story, the dog a little one, too
caught hold of Conover's trousers.
Conover lifted one of his pedals and
swung it viciously at the canine. The
dog adroitly jumped aside and Cono
ver's vengeance was wreaked on mere
atmosphere. The pass'with the foot
only served to rile the dog and he
jumped at Conover again. Mr. Lang
behn says that he started down the
street and that Conover followed him,
threatening him with a knife. Mr.
Langbehn continued his retreat until
he met an officer and he pointed out
Conover and requested his arrest. Con
over explained at police headquarters
that Langbehn, in pointing him out to
the officer, struck him with his fist.
Conover pleaded guilty to disorderly
conduct and was fined $7.05. Alter
the hearing Iangbebn volunteered to
give Conover some advice, but he was
handed the following: "There are peo
pel here higher up than you, and I
don't want to listen to any advice from
Begin Work on New Theatre.- Exca
vation for the new theatre and store
building that will rise on the Moore
property, Sixth avenue and Fifteenth
street, was commenced yesterday.
One of the houses, an old landmark,
has been razed, and the other one will
be vacated and torn down today. W.
N. Craig has been awarded the gen
eral contract for the new building and
he agrees to have the work completed
by Dec. 10 or forfeit a certain sura of
money for every day after that date.
If the building is completed prior to
that date, he is to receive extra com
pensation. Beck brothers have been
awarded the masonry contract and Os
car Erickson will install the heating
plant and do all of the plumbing work.
Promoters and stockholders have
formed a company to be known as the
Mollne Amusement company. As soon
as the building is completed and ready
for occupancy the company will incor
porate. Officers are: President, W. J.
Talty; secretary, T. I. Stanley; treas
urer, L. K. Cleaveland.
Mr. and Mrs. John Peterson of
Chicago came Thursday to visit at
the home of their relatives in this
The Woman's Bible class of the
M. E. church held an enjoyable class
party on Thursday afternoon at the
home of Mrs. O. J. Lorimer.
Mrs. E. Parkman returned Thurs
day from Boston, Mass., where she
attended the funeral of her aunt.
Mrs. H. Walters returned from
an extended visit in various parts of
Rev. and Mrs. W. B. McKee left
Friday for Les Angeles. Cal.
Mrs. E. Arterburn left Friday for
a short visit with friends in Daven
port. Mr. Root, who has spent several
months at the home of Rev. A. E.
Moody and family, left Friday for
The R. I. S. condemnation suit,
which has been tried this week, was
completed late Thursday evening,
after the Jury had been out for 28
hours. The following damages were
allowed: To Ida Bruington. $154.78;
to Edith M. Simpson. SI 49.4 2; to
James H. Junk, $25; to Norwood
Presbyterian church for less than
one acre of ground, $400 and for
damages. $190. The case of the
Graham heirs is still not settled, but
an effort is being made to settle it
out of court.
The football game played In Aledo
Saturday between Aledo and Rose
ville high school teams resulted In
a score of 56 to 0 in favor of Aledo.
The William and Vashtl football
team suffered defeat Saturday when
they played with Milliken university
In Decatur, the score being 29 to 6.
One of the W. & V. boys got hurt
in the beginning of the game and had
to be taken out.
Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Lemon have
returned from Indianapolis, Ind.,
where Mr. Lemon has spent several
months in a sanitarium.
Judge Henry E. Burgess left Sat
urday for Waterloo, Iowa, to dedi
cate the tabernacle which will tee
used for William A. Sunday's re-1
Mrs. Arthur Davis and Mrs. Fos
ter and baby of Chicago and Mr.
Foster of Wyoming, 111., came Sat
urday to visit at the home of Mrs.
Mrs. Minnie Hollenback returned
Saturday from a three months Btay
In Montana, Washington, Oregon and
Miss Eda Black went to Nepon6et,
Monday to begin her duties as a
teacher in the Neponset high school.
A baby daughter was born to Mr .
and Mrs. J. W. Edwards on Satur
day, Oct. 29.
Mrs. Ida Haynes of Lake Bluff,
111., la the guest of Mrs. A. M- By
ers. Mrs. Haynes Is the daughter of
the late Dr. J. G. Evans, who for
merly was the pastor of the Aledo M".
Mrs. Bessie Hopkins returned to
her home in Chicago Monday after
spending a few days with Aledo
Mr. and Mrs. C. N. Wenger came
from Rock Island Saturday to make
a short visit at the home of bis
mother, Mrs. Flora Wenger.
Mrs. Ira uamp and little daugh
ter went to Villisca, Iowa, Friday
to spend two weeks.
Miss Bertha Engler started Fri
day for a visit in Pulaski, Iowa.
W. II. Hopkins and son, R. C. Hop
kins were Rock Island visitors on
Mrs. Ella Reynolds and niece, Miss
Alice Graham and Miss Tillie Hub
bard went to Rock Island Saturday
to visit friends a few days.
Miss Mattie Eakman went to Rock
Island Saturday to visit her sister.
Among the R. I. S. passengers to
Rock Island Saturday were Mr. and
Mrs. David Tolle and family, Mr.
and Mrs. A. McDonald. Mrs. M. J.
Merryman and Miss Lois Detwller,
who will visit friends in the tri
cities a few days.
Mr. and Mrs. L. P. Reed and fam
ily went to Reynolds Saturday to
Mrs. Sarah Trovlllo and daughter,
Mrs. Sarah Cunningham, returned
Saturday from an extended visit in
North Platte, Neb.
Miss Sue Wiley started Saturday
for St. Louis, Mo., to visit Mr. and
Mrs. George Boemler.
The members of the Columbian
club and their guests were entertain
ed on Friday night at the William
and Vashtl college by the members
of the program committee. The
evening was spent in guessing con
tests. Miss Ada Edwards of Pittsburg.
Pa., and Mrs. William Woods spent
Monday In Rock Island.
The Willing Workero will hold a
handkerchief sociable at the Swed
ish Lutheran church Nov. 10. The
proceeds go to the piano fund which
these little girls are raising.
Mrs. H. A. Etzelmiller and son
left Monday for their home in Min
den. Neb. They have been visiting
at the home of H. A. Douglass.
Miss Lois Detwiler returned Mon
day from a visit with friends in the
Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Davenport left
Tuesday for their home in Little
River. Kan., having spent a week
with Mercer county friends.
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Dool returned
to their home in Billings, Mont.,
Tuesday after a five weeks' stay
Mrs. Ralph Bolton and daughter
returned Tuesday from a four weeks'
visit in Kansas City.
Mrs. Mattie J. Clark and Miss Ada
EVERY DAY DANGERS
It is Important for you to know
that nearly all cough syrups con
tain dangerous and deadly drugs
like morphine, choloform and opiates
in some form or other. We warn
you against these dangerous prepa
rations under the title of "balsams
of this" and "balsams of that," or
"syrups of this," etc.
Without these drugs. Father
John's medicine cures throat and
By building up the body and
keeping up the warmth, the sygtem
is given the fighting power to throw
This medicine is all pure nourish
ment, and the best protection against
dangers from exposure and a run
down condition of the body.
Cet what you call for.
On all college pennants
this week. Calf early and
make your selection from
the largest and most com
plete line in the tri-cities.
We can finish any shape,
color or special that you
Remember we give yon
expert framing and mat
cutting and carry the most
complete line of mould
ings this side of Chicago,
Thi A.tx Shop
Foster- & Reding
1523 Second Ave.
Phone West 1490.
Visitors Always Welcome.
Adds to the Food Value
Rumford raises to perfection and also adds a
healthfulness to bread and cake which makes
them more digestible and wholesome, v -
also imparts to hot breads and cakes that delicacy
and texture sought for by all good cooks. Its use
Edwards of Alliance, Pa., left Wed
nesday for Pittsburg, Pa. Mrs.
Clark has been ill for five weeks and
Is now able to return to her home.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Stivers re
turned to their home in Winchester,
Ohio. Wednesday after" spending a
month with friends in Aledo.
Farmers in this locality finished
their corn shredding and are now
buty husking corn.
Tbe young people enjoyed them
selves in a Hallowe'en party at the
residence of William Groh last Mon
Thomas Crawford's mother and sis
ter of Nebraska are here visiting for
a few weeks.
Mrs. Androw Devinney of Rose Hill
visited with her 6iBter, Mrs. George
Ashdown, last Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Ashdown were
In Clinton last Thursday.
Last Thursday venins a crowd of
relatives and friends surprised Mr. and
IF YOU HAVE A SICKLY
YOUNGSTER TRY THIS FREE
The family with young children that is
without eickness in the houe now and
then is rare, and so It is Important that
the head of the bouse Fhould know what
to do in the little emergencies that arise.
A child with a perious ailment needs a
doctor, it is true, but in the majority of
instances, as any doctor knows, the child
puffers from some intestinal trouble,
There is no sense in givlr.e It a pill or
a remedy containing an opiate, nor ia
flushing of the bowels to be always recom
mended. Rather give it a small dose of
a mild, gcr.tle laxative tonic like rr.
Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin, which, by clean
Inn out the bowels and strengthening the
little stomach muscles, will immediately
correct the trouble.
This is not alone our opinion but that
Elm Trees Supplied
Any Size and Quantity for Fall Planting
ELM TREE CO.
Phone VV. 440-L.
An abundance of Hot Water
For domestic use, stock fodder purposes, greenhouse
growth, poultry houses, etc., is produced by IDEAL
ZSBAL Boilers and
Cost of Good Food
Mrs. John Gerkln and helped to re
mind them of their 25th wedding an
niversary. Mrs. Guinn of Cordova Is visiting'
with her daughter, Mrs. Thomas Craw-'
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Golden were in
Princeton last Sunday to the lat
ter's mother Mrs. Drennen, who Is
Not Sorry for Blunder.
"If my friends hadn't blundered in
thinklusf I was a doomed victim of con
sumption, I might not be alive now,"
writes T). T. Sanders, of Harrodsburg,
Ky., "but for years they saw every at
tempt to cure a lung racking cough
fail. At last I tried Dr. King's New
Discovery. The t-ffect waa wonderful.
It soon stopped the cough and I am
now in bettor health than I have had
for years. This wonderful life-saver
Is an unrivaled remedy for coughs,
colds, lagrippe, asthma, croup, hem
orrhages, whooping cough or weak
lungs. 50c. $l.no. Trial bottle free.
Guaranteed by all druggists.
of Mrs. N. II. Mead f Freeport. Kans-
whose rranddaughter has been taking It
successfully and of Mrs. J. R. Whiting'
of Una. Wis., who Rives it to her children
and takes It herself. It Is sold In fifty
cent and one dollar bottles at every
drug store, but if you want to test It in
your family before you buy It send your
address to Pr. Caldwell and he will for
ward a supply free of charge.
Dr. Caldwell does not feel that the
purchase of his remedy ends his obli
gation, lie has specialized in stomach,
liver end bowel diseases for over forty
years and will be pleased to lve the
rradpr any advice on the subject free
of charre. All are welcome to write
him. Whether for the medical advice
or the free sample address him Dr.
W. B. Caldwell, 6U Caldwell building,
We have con
2,000 elm trees
and can supply
any size and
quantity for this
A phone or
card will have
one of our rep
on you and will
help you make
and give you
grow for one
year. All plant
ing and trim
ming of trees
done under (he
V,. r. Zimmer
ited. 1819 17th St., Rock Island.
Tank Heaters. They burn
far less fuel than
does an ordinary
grate fire or
quality of fuel
may be used.
ftorf fer caliKtlr
CHANNON & DUFVA
West 17th St, Rock Island.