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THE ROCK ISUAND ARGUS, TUESDAY, AUGUST 29, 1911.
Autoisu Get Busy. Davenport auto
mobile owners will have to equip
their machines at once wnfa the new
cumbers provided under the new
state law, cr arrests and fnes will
result, state police o:c:als.
Deserted H s Wife. On charges pre
ferred ty his wife, Anna Strong.
George W. Eu'tng Is held by the po
lice until further Investigation is
made of hi case. The man was ar
rested Sunday by CKLcer Kopjes and
Homeer ca the information given
by his wife hat be had deserted ber
and left her without any means of
Licensed to Wed. Jesse E. Cast.
Princeton, Lyda P. Hebble, Prince
ton; William Thompson, Matbers
v:lle. 111., Li.'zie Perk as, Mathers
ville, Hi.; Diiagcn Burhaug, Liver
pool, III., !Targaret McLaughlin, Pe
oria, 111.. JcLn H. Helling. Ft. Madi
son, Iowa, Daity T. Mueller, Ft. Mad
Settlers to Meet. The E'th annual
festival of thu Fcott County Pioneer
Settler's easor-ic tlon w:ll be held at
the Outing club Wednesday next,
commeri''!r.g at 1 0 o'clock. It Is re
quested that ell i ersons who came to j
Scott cunty prior to De. SI, 1846,"
be p.'fc.tat at '.hid leathering. j
Turners Hold Picnic. Over 300 peo- j
jila attended the o&th annual stift- j
jUEsfei'. of tho Davenport Turner so- ;
riety which to k the form of a fam
ily p'ctil'j Eunt'ey nfternotn and even-
ng at Turn; r island. There were j
Huiu.-mn'.s cf ail kinds, including J
.he turnlr.-; exercises, in which thej
older Members of tho bociuty, who
had not bot n la ti e gymnasium for j
th laet 10 yjiir3, cou-peted.
Ins Schott of MeFarland. Kan. The ' M. Blndschaedel. nee Getkler, at the
funprai -rV.i be held from the late ! are of 79 yean. She was born In
home, 1225 West Eighth street. Wed- Unter-Oewishein. Germany March 23.
nesday morning with cervices at 9
o'clock at St. Joseph's church. In-
1832. and came to America in 1853
Deceased came to Davenport Aug. 20,
terment will be in Holy Family ceme-j 1857. where she haa made ner nome
terr ever since, ner ououauu t"u
John Furlong ...
Arthur Kinsley .
John Johnson . .
John Kinney . . .
Sidney Pearson .
Chas. Ginnane . .
E. P. Kell
Fire Chiefs Report. The report of j "o Herbert
Fire Chief Hawk for the month of; Geo. Banker .
July shows there were 12 lire cans; "-
Sunday morning at 4 o'clock at the, away 16 years ago. Surviving la one . tota, flre 1oes of only j.2,774.07; unin-1 J- Parley
home. 923 West Eiehth street, cc-1 daughter. Emilie E. Binascnaeaei, or
enrred the death of Mrs. Elizabeth j tbia city.
EMPIRE FROCK THAT'S EASY TO MAKE
Cbltiary Roco-d !,i's A. Ol'.ner.
4-ypar-ld b.ii of Mr. uml Mrs. Wil
liam II. o:inKT, 10i7 East Four
teenth d'rn t, v, ha has been sick with
scarlet f"V4-r, pt!e;l ttway ye-titerday
inort!ni( at C, c'clurk. Ills) twin sis
r, lola, in now In a critical condi
tion, si ITcriug fioit) tho snme dlnoage.
Mrs. iJora Arp, nee Ilynoen, parsed
hway ul 12:3u h'iI.hIi ymterday at
lior home n f!,r FultH rotfd, 3 Vb
inllci wost of thp lilcktiry Oruvp road.
fch wi'S born in Austin, Bchlwig
HoJttia, tipriiiri;, Oct. SO. 1S72.
Bjd was SS yrsrs vU ft tbo t?me of
hr dnth. Kiie Is surrlvl by oar
nun, t'll.Turd Arp, four t'p-rhlldrcn,
Adulph. Eintl. Th"('r.re unit C.ustav
Arp; six u'n ur. Mik. Mnrcareiha
Wetplml, Mrta llnuurn and Ma
rin, Chrivtlna. Kiuuirt and Theresa
llnt.Bnn; to brothers. Hans And Let
Icf Hp-ism and her father, Holnrich
Hatinrr.. The f-.ineral will be held at
the lat hniuo, Wednesday afternoon
at 1 o'clock. Intern. rut will be in
the Wnloit; -f -ij.etory.
r. Jx.ra PpIiiu died
sured loss of $575; loss on buildings J ea t,ieuer
of fSC7.55; loss on contents of $2.- j Frank Steele
1C2.52; 6even buildings damaged; oneiJ- F Witter
building destroyed and three adjoin- j Wallace Treichler
tag buildings damaged. The greatest J- M. Lundburg..
fire loss of the month was on July 4, j Oscar O. Litt
when Streed & Scheppers' motorcycle i Hattie Nelson 21.67; j
. .... ... - ! V 1 TTI 1. r te I '
estabiisnment on Liorary aveuuo ul- .icima nitmiau
fered a loss of $1,550.52. the total j Roy Sears
amount of insurance carried being David Brillhart ,
OUB NEW BUILDING TO BE
'OPENED NEXT SEPTEMBER
Rurnlm n Work Two dwellings ! "11BOU....
in the east part of town were entered w. H. Wise ....
Saturday night.- The places burglar- Dan Fleming ...
ized were those of Henry G. Coiizel-! Nick Holtzner . .
man. 2223 Six:b avenue, and J. R jJoe Wheelan ...
Newton, 518 Twenty-third street At Ed CauISeld
the former place $00 in cash and a ; P. Schenebricker
considerable amount of silverware and Jas. Farrell ....
Wm. J. Smart . .
ewis I. Birdsall.
Jewelry was secured. At the Newton
residence but $5 in cash was secured,
and some jewc-lry was also mlasiurf.
Wheel Tax Repealed. The much-
discussed wheel tax ordinance waa re- j H. H. Harris
pealed by the city council yesterday j Geo. Etzel .
and the long pending health ordinance j Fred Ehmke
't ... M-Bsm m nmi
The strictest attention to each individual
account is the principle governing the man
agement of this bank in respect to the ser
vice which it renders for its patrons. Our
complete equipment, moreover, affords
every convenience for the prompt and ac
curate transaction of any financial busi
1; ' - - - - ..'Ju-l it ' J
TRANSACTS A GENERAL COMMERCIAL, SAVINGS i'
EXCHANGE AND SAFETY DEPOSIT BUSINESS I
ANSWERS THE CALL.
Rock Island People Have Found
the provisions of Section 11 of its
franchise oidinance and cease t din-
Island People Have Found criminate against residents of Rook
That This Is True. i Is." jd In the matter of faro to Silvis.
A cold, a strain, a sudden wrench, j Adopted by unanimous vote.
A little cause may hurt tne K'rt- Comtr.i.ssi.-i. . Hear read a reolu-
Spells of backache often follow.
Or some irregularity of the urine.
tlon that the mayor be authorized to
enter ir.to contract with George Ev-
iuns for tho construcloii of concrete
amended till it bore no semblance to J Henry Smith 35.00
j its former self, was adopted. There 1 j. r. O Donnell
Silks in two or more shades of a color have an allurement peculiarly
This is partly because they possess the merit of "trimming themselves"
for. if the fctripes run diagonally in the bodice and skirt, then the bands
which border or outline yoke, sleeves and hem may be put on perpendicu
lar or horizouutily.
Given twelve yards of striped silk in two tones, enough tucked net or
chlfTon for a sleeved guimpe, and a tassel and cordage girdle, and almost
auy seamstress may turn out a replira of the pictured model.
i was no dissenting vote to either prop-
False Fire Alarm. A fire alarm.
turned in by neighbors, called the bluff
department to the home of Ernest
Lagerblade. 2u2G Fourteenth street.
j Mrs. Lagerblado was busy in the laun
dry, and during her absence from the
kitchen a kettle of preserves, which
she had placed on the suove, began to
burn. Smoke poured out of the win
dows and neighbors became alarmed.
There was no loss, except that tho
preserved fruit had to be consigned to
the garbage can.
Sold Poor Milk. In the court of Po
lice Magistrate Gustafson yesterday
forenoon Lane Bros., restaurant pro
prietors, pleaded guilty to a charge of
selling milk, the grade of which was
below the standard set by law, and
were fined $10 and costs. Information
filed by the city attorney against Lane
Bros, was the outcome of a recent test
made of milk samples gathered from
various restaurants'. At that time milk
sold by Lane Bros, was found to con
tain a smaller percentage of butter fat
than is called for by the statutes.
A splendid remedy for such at- j waUi aruund l)enkmaUQ 8lluare at 1 1
lacB- , cents a foot.
A medicine tnat naa curea tuous-
Is Dean's Kidney Pills, a true
Many Kock Island people rely on It
Here is Rock Island proof.
Mrs. William A. Pennell, 613
Third avenue. Rock Island. 111.,
i Health account $378.50
iFire department account 7F.5.17 says: "Nearly every member of rayi'o apnear before the commissioners
I moved that the resolution bo placed
on file in the oliice of tho city clerk,
ar.jj that action on it bo deft rred to
thy next regul.ir meeting. Carried by
Commissioner Unrt offered a reso
lution that Charles Brady re noli (led
Contingent account 20.00
Street account S7.;"0
Engineering account 131.50
842 48 family has used Doan's Kidney Pills j Thursday morning ut 10 o' lot k to i-how
Total general fund . .
Waer works expense.
Proceedings of the City Council
Hunrtnr 11 orpins t 10 o'clock at her
hum p. fc)L' 4 Weil Mx; It ntr-et, at the
ffjc of ti i yrars. Fl'e wns born Oct.
31, isr.rt. In 1'ifi-ii! HelMe'n, Ger-
t!itiy, sni "ntiie to America and nl- 1 rij;UaI.
rrct to nnvrnjort w.tii tier parents
whi be -fcS 1 'j year old. Five
1 ht'dren with the husband survive.
The rli'ltlifrt r.re Henry A.. Geurge,
WU'.Shiu . Mrta and I? idnl;,li. and
tliri-e randt Ml !r, ii, vlii m she rear
rd. cl.llien of R derensed dawahter,
W'll'e. Henry and Tllile Hehm; one
irrMisdscn, Ueury lu-hm: one xrand
rar 1 : r, I.i.'n. ImIiiu: two fcisters,
Mrs. Au;ia I av'K-r and Mrs. Louise
Ott, and her iir.l prvr.'s, 'r. and
Mrs. Henry JPP.
l'b.liip Mr lihirdt d'.ed Funday af
tcrii'... t. at . 4 " oVi ik at Us home,
I2J." V-(;.i i::,- ;;: t-no-t. after a lin
fc.'ii'.i. i of (fial moiit'.s' du-
r;.th-i.. lie v.'8 botn 11 Mil-erliausen,
Regular meeting Aug 21, 1911. the authorized to enter into contract
Ctv Council Room, Rock Island,! with A. W. Crampton for the lnstalla-i
ill! . Aug 21, 1911. The city counciljtlon of filing cases, etc., In city clerk's
uddenly ; met in regular Besiion at 10 o'clock office for $295 and moved that the reso
Total water works fund.. $767.00
Grand total $3,244
Commissioner Rudgren presented a
statement of expenses of Mayor Schrl
ver on trips to Peoria (2), and Chica
go and Reynolds, in the sum of $28 93,
aud moved the amount be allowed.
Commissioner Reynolds moved as an
amendment that the matter be laid
over to the next regular meeting. Car
ried by unanimous vote. The original
motion as amended was adopted 4 to
1. Ayes, Schriver, Rudgren, Hart nnd
1 I J . n .. !...- .,!.-! .
rave Rooks 14.70 j" ' ,,u,ua'
Commissione-r Rudgren read a reso
j.ota $386 90 1 lution tnat wnereas an exigency ex-
" " " ' " I ists by reason of a lack of funds with
and they have been so benefTVial 1 wny jur.iv yard conaiiniM iy mm at.
that v.-e consider them an excellent 1 IT. 17 Fourth avernje should rot he d
kidney remedy. About a month ago clarcd a nuisance anj ordered abated
1 procured a box of Doan's Kidney as such.
Pills at the Harper pharmacy and I The maor read an ordinance fir
it required but a few doses to re- the construction of concrete t-klewnlkH
lieve me of a severe attack of back- j 0I1 ccrtain streets and avenues. Com
ache. Another member of my fam-; luifionor iIart ni(,Vt!li tho Immediate,
ily took this medicine at the Si" j consideration of the ordinance. Car-
time ana was comuieitijf rm 01 .u- rJeJ by urUljIUOU;J vote.
Commissioner Hart moved that tho
Clinton Bridge and Iron Wotka be at-
1 nev aisoraers. ue wouia noi oe
2 ! without a supply of Doan's Kidney
Pills on hand.
For sale by all dealers. Price 50
cents. Foster-MIlburn company. Buf
falo, N. Y., sole agents for the
Remember the- name Doan's
and take no other.
a. m., Mayor Schriver presiding andllution be placed on file in the office of
Comrui sioners Rudgren, Hart, Rey-jthe city clerk. Carried by unanimous
nolds and Bear present. vote.
The clerk read the minutes of the; Commissioner Rudgren submitted
to construct concrete walks and area
ways on Seventh avenue and Thirty
eighth street along its buildings be
granted. Adopted by unanimous vote.
Commissioner Reynolds submtited
VI, V. i llll v.. V......"" O- O -
... $253.05 ' " , , . , U1" UU aa-urre"ier and O. J. Brien the right to con-
Lewer account 24 15 T'. T w v , 1 atruct sewer and water main on Twen-
Water works expense account. 455 1 1 f T"". inth-and-a-half street between
! Reservoir expense account.... 64.05 trt nM t9, ftrt Sixteenth and fceventeentn avenues.
.! """"LO; by private contract, and moved its Ira-
Total $3S6 90i?rOPeria"t ho'"ized'l the banka be mediate consideration. Carried by
...v-.i.-j r . . ' : ! unanimous vote.
ruuimuTOnne city treasurer in tne aggregate
lowed $10,000 as Crst payment on ac
count of the construction, of new
bridges over Rock river. Adopted by
Adjourned Ou motion of Comiuis
J. M. LUNDBTRO,
resolution that the petition of the Au-; hereby certify that the foregoing
gustana Book Concern for permission ; )s a true aud COmp!ete record of the
proceedings of the city council of
Rock Island, 111.,
Aug. 21, 1011.
at k meeting held
ROY A. SEARS.
en ordinance, which was immediately ; sum of not to exceed $25,000, in thej
The clerk read
Commissioner Reynolds moved the
adoption of the ordinance as read.
Aug. 14, which an ordinance, which waa immediately ! considered and adopted by unanimous following proportions: Not to exceed' KA,Lto kv t,ninimi t
I 1 j - j j v.. . vote, allowing cui&ri r,f ritv r.m . n.t . -, . . .v.- . . . I Adoptea d unanimous vote.
jeoiioiuerea aaoptou oy uusniruous '. i,uu eitiu nuui iu oiaie usuh 01 j mmmlsBlnner RevnoIHu reail a r-
Rock Island. Rock Island National, t of the board of ,ocal improve.
a communication ' vote, allowing the labor payroll for:aa follows
from Charles E. Fearons of the Rock the week ending Aug. 19, as follows: ! G. G. Craig
hie dw :::..
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f (,: nt ' he tliiitt of
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, f. .5 .'. niiii 11
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ret '-I raVco. Ksn.,
. ! i'7::'ie-t'i T;-5e of
Inland Southern Railway company, Andrew Foster $
asking that the city pay for the light George Sehaab
installed by the company at the Peter Peterson
Fourth avenue crossing "at First Win. McCarty
street. Commissioners Reynolds John Meyer
movej that the communication be Tom Manuel
placed on file. Carried by unanimous Frank Russ
vote. :Joe Stroehle
Commissioner Bear moved the Jacob Anthony
r option of his resolution introduced uen Ranson
Aug. 9, 1311, authorizing the mayor Peter Loge
and clerk to enter into contract with Barney Schmidt
the Biownell Co. of Chicago for two Fred Stanley
horizontal tubular boilers for the wa- Wm. O'Brien
ter woiks pumping station for $2,1 SS. Frank Hayman
Adcfted by unanimous vote. j Frank Johnson
Commissioner Rudgren moved the J- J
adoption of the ordinance appropriat
ing $25.00 as an emergency for the
reconstruction of the t-rldges ever
"ock river, as read Aug. 9 Adopted
! by u iar.iracus vote.
(. o m.sMoner Keyr.olds moved that
l er Ad- ' waJ" c'mPriy relative to driveway John Olson
stout denrt. be laid over to rest reg- H- Olson ...
25.20 Wm. Pratt .
25.20 H. KurU ...
25.20 1 P. Heverllng
4.20 F. Bowers ..
4.20. H. Ctke
12.60 1 F. Gest
6.30 S. Knox
12.60 F. Dunaway
12.60 L. Emerick .
12.60 John Joers ".
12.60 G. Newberry
10.50 P. Frey
19.95 V. Murphy ..
12 6o'c Melon ...
6.30 J. Valentine
6.30 i B. Brahm
k e . r - A 1 T A. J C 1 r i
.w utu. nusi aim oawugs xaua ana menu recommending the improvement
37.50 Rock Island Savings , Bank, and notiof Kortv-second street south of Fif-
avenue. Firtv-thlrd street
providing tor the B0Utn of Fourteenth avenue, and
7.50! payment or sucn warrants rrora tne
Licensed to Wed.
Wllsou A. lLimser Hodundo. Cui.
Miss itha Edwards. Mauoketa, Iowa
John J. Kelly Chicago
Miss Mary Stice Des Molues, Ioa
Raleigh G. Rasp Newton, low
Miss Eva R. Adams .... Newton, Iowa
dU.uu iu eieeu is.'jw" iioiu iuc reoine b a' 1 teenth
27.50; tional oann; ana
27.50 j anticipated revenues of the city. Cora
27.50 . mlssioner Rudgren moved that the
25.20 1 resolution be placed on file in the of
60.40 fice of the city clerk, and that action
60.40 1 on it be deferred till the next regular
50.00 meeting. Carried by unanimous vote.
52. SO I Commissioner Rudgren presented a
45.00 petition of protest, filed Aug. 5,
40.00 against the ordinance supplementary
37.50! to the ordinance granting the Central
Eighteenth avenue between Forty-!
second and Forty-third streets, by the
engineer's estimate of the cost of said ;:fj
I .. K. 1 -OA ta .
J HJII O ClllCil t III fd,IOV.IV.
Commissioner Reynolds offered
resolution that the city engineer's es
mate of the cost of said Improvement'
Is a fair and reasonable one, and same'
ffDon't get 1
m the idea &
m that ml
Adoided by unanimous!
37.50 Lnlon Telphone company the right
Johllson 6.30 jB. Brahm 37.50 to construct and mainUin telephone )an ordinance for the Improvement of
onnson 10.50, D. Doyle 36.25 lines in the city; also petition asking j Forty-second street eouth of Fifteenth!
adoption or an ordinance , avenue. Forty-third
.Tohn Ehlers ...
.'ohn Barton . . .
Fred Stanlty . .
Kmile Frank . . ,
Frank O Connell
8.40 D. Mandel
25.20 J A. Engel
11.6? 1 J. Schultz
11.55 ! A. Schmidt ..;
1.05. H. Bloomquist"
15.75 A. Cawi
15.75 Q. Hoist
7.35 , H. Herman ..
6.80 ; B. Stephens ..
35.00 'tor the
street south of
43.75 granung io tne ln-uity Home Auto- j Fourteenth avenue, and Eighteenth1
32.50, matic Telephone company the right to! avenue between Forty-aeccnd and
40.00 i construct and maintain telephone
37.50 lines in the city for a period of fifty
36.25 years, and proposed ordinance. Com
36.42 r lssioner Rudgren presented a state
40.00 ment favoring submitting the Central
36.25 ' Cnion ordinance to a vote, and objo
Forty-third streets, by the construc
tion of water mains, and moved Its lm-j y4
mediate consideration. Carried by
Commissioner Reynolds moved the
adoption of the ordinance as read.
ular meftlrg. Carried by unanimous John Nelson 11.35 ; C. Glass 36.25 tions to the proposed franchise ordi- Adopted by unanimous vote
Wm. Glass ...
C. Miller ....
37.9;nauce ior ice i n uuy tiome Auto- Commissioner Reynolds offered a
32.50 matic Telephone company. resoultlon that the Tri City Railway
offered a company be notified to comply with
A Mile in tlie Air! Even Then You Can't Escape 'Em
v: : - A C V jr:r SSiver -bMmifi & sVtmx Jg9
i te,,.::$tti$fl&&7 tossy I gjL X V '-A fV-f v Vl-j -. . ')
is a substitute. It's
just rich milk from
and well-kept cows.
The water removed
from Ihs mOk and ster
ilization makes it abso
lutely pure when the
tin is opened in
for coffee, tea
At Your Grocer
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