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THE ROCK ISEANP ARGUS. MONDAY, JANUARY 8, 1912.
Licenced to Wtd. Thorna H.Haege,
Hock Island, and Agnes M. McGivern,
t Teen port; Charles Boehme, Rock Is
land, and Gertrude Jacobs, Rock Is
land; Avery Qawnon, Grand River, and
Alice Clytner, Bertram.
Police o urt News. Hugo Defers
frnd Peter Martens, two men who were
placed under arrest several days ago
lor having encased In a fistic engage
merit at Third and Scott streets, were
fined $1 and coart costs Saturday when
tlven a hearing In police court Wit
am Hamm was given a fine of $1 and
bile show which will be held at the
Coliseum'' Feb. 28 and 29 and March
1 and 2. Practically all the dealers in
the city were represented at thi3 meet
ing. Will Erect Garage. The Davenport
Auto Track company is to erect a gar
age on the west side of Rock Island
street between Fourth and Fifth
streets and will Install auto trucks and
take over the delivery system of the
Sieg Iron company, Sickles & Preston
conmpany and Smith Bros. & Burdlck
company. The new company, al
hough composed of officials of the
three large wholesale conoerns, will be
an Independent corporation. The gar
age is to be constructed of brick and
steel with a clear span style and will
1304 Davis street The funeral was
held Saturday afternoon at 2 o'clock
from the O. C. Hill chapel, interment
being made In Oakdale cemetery.
COURT HOUSE RECORD
Real Estate Transfer.
Chase & "Wright to Ida M. Johnson,
lot 5. block 1, W. E. Stevens' third
addition, Moline. $1,127.
Cyrille Oooghe to August Loete, lot
22, part lot 23, block 151, East Moline,
John H. Johnson to William Can
nan, northwest one-quarter southeast
one-quarter section 4-16-4w, $3,500.
Henry A. James to Mary C. Viag-
tlgation. So far as could be learned
five of the seven minors had obtained
written consent of their parents, one
had visited the poolroom la company
with his father and the seventh boy
was unknown to the proprietor of the
poolroom ia question. The law Is that
boys under IS years of age must not
frequent poolhalls unless they have
the written consent of their parents.
The trouble often is that the proprie
tor has no way of ascertaining the cor
rect, ages of patrons In his poolhall.
other than to accept the oral state
ments of the boys themselves, which
are not always correct
PHOTOGKAPHS TAKEN IN THICK OF FIGHTING WHICH ESTABLISHED
REPUBLIC IX CniXA SHOW EFFICIENCY OF REVOLUTIONARY FORCES
The Are photographs taken in the thick of th flfhtinK that has reduced the Chinese Imperial gov-mtnr-ot
to a poHltiuo whi-rc the triumph of the republican cause is almost certain. I the top picture is
nhown ii attach m.-nt of rebel troop firing from their trenches at "Kilo Metre 10" in the battle of Hankow.
Many of the retwis In the middle picture, alao taken at Hankow, are deeerters from the imperial forces. The
lower view, vhowtng rebel gnnnere working a three-Inch weapon during the attack on Hankow, gives a good
Id of the mofVrnnpss nr.d eTidency cf the? tro-.r. ICote the attitude of the twj men standing at atten
tion -hi!e ti-rir comrade sights his weapon throuch the opening torn in the adjacent stockade.
Veterans Install. Veterans of the
civil war were central figures in Ma
sonic hall during the joint installa
tion exercises Friday evening. First,
the new officers of Graham Relief
corps, Xo. 28, were Instructed in their
various official duties and installed,
after which came the impressive cere
mony of R. H. Graham post No. 312,
Grand Army of the Republic.
Moline Gets Platform As a result
of the efforts made by Mayor Carlson
the Burlington road has donated its
old freight platform, between Fif
teenth and Sixteenth streets, for use
by the city as a public market An
nouncement to this effect was made
Saturday by the mayor, who has re
ceived a letter from Vice President
H. E. Byram of the Burlington. Mr.
Byram says orders have gone forward
for presentation of the freight plat
form to Moline.
New Firm Established. A new con
tracting concern to be known as the
Abrahams-Porter Construction com
pany, has been launched in East Mo
line and offices will be opened shortly
in the Manufacturers' State bank
building. Members of the firm are
Carl A. Abrahams and Bert N. Porter.
They start on execution of their first
contract in East Moline today, and
have many prospective jobs on which
they are figuring. Outlook for busi
ness, they say, is decidedly bright
Efforts Appreciated. Dr. S. R. Ken
nedy was surprised Friday evening
when summoned to one of the private
rooms in the Eagles' building to find
it filled with friends Intent on ex
pressing appreciation of his work iu.
behalf of Moline Aerie during the last
two years. Dr. Kennedy has added
some 200 names to the membership
roll and enthusiastic members of the
order "chipped" in, purchasing him a
handsome solid gold Eagle charm. The
presentation was made by William J.
Talty, who served as toastmaster at
the social session which was enjoyed.
Struck by an Auto. John B. Scott,
an employe of the. Moline Plow com
pany and residing at 2415 Seventh ave
nue, is confined to li is home as result
of an accident in which he was a vic
tim Wednesday evening. Mr. Scott waa
walking home from work with a com
panion, taking the midddle of the road
because the walks were too slippery
to make sure footing, when he was
run down by an auto from Rock
Island. The accident occured on Sixth
avenue, near Twenty-first street. Mr.
Scott was taken home, where Dr. A.
M. Beal attended him. Several ribs
on the left side of the chest were
broken and pleurisy has developed.
Friends will be glad to learn that
there U every indication Mr. Scott
Lwill recover, though he will be con
fined to the house for some time.
Boys Had Permits. Complanits
have come to the police to the effect
that certain proprietors are allowing
minors to frequent poolrooms in the
city. One proprietor has been com
plained of especially and the result is
that the police, who were furnished
by the informer with a list of the
names of seven boys, made an inves-
costs and five days in jail when he was be COxTO feet in dimensions. The ap
arraljcned on a charge of immoral life, proximate cost is given as $6,000.
Frank Osman, who uiwd the credit of
George Schunk to purchase a water
t tot tie which he sold, has been releas
rd and the charge dismissed.
Prepare for Dinner.
are under way for the
Plans are now out for bids and tbe
contract will be let soon, ground to be
broken this month. Arthur H. Ebeling
Is the architect
Obituary. Late Friday afternoon at
a local hospita lfollowing an illness of
fif the Y. M. C. A. In the association over a year, caused by tubercular ab-
hall Tuesday ever.li.it at 6:3') o'cloik,
and It is expected that over lf will
attend. Following the dinner the year
ly report of the officers will bo piveii
and the members of the board of di
Allot Show Place. A speci.il meet
ing was called by the Davenport Auto
mobile club fir this forenoon, at the
Commercial club for the purpose of
Hotting space for the annual automo-
ceFses, occured the death of Dave De
Pouze, aged 54 years. Surviving are a
biother and sifcter, both of Springfield.
The remains were sent to Springfield
111., Saturday night aet 9 o'clock over
the Rock Island road by Undertaker
O. (0. Hill.
Saturday morning at St. Luke's hos
pital following a short illness caused
by pneumonia, occured the death of
Errjept Rusel Daniels, the 11 months
old son of Mr. and Mrs. James Daniels,
s- c, J to
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LAGCMARCINO-GRUPE CO., Tri-City Distributors.
Sold by All Grocers.
er, lot 8, block 2, Simonson & James
addition, Moline, $325.
Emma Johnson to Martha B
Kent, north half lot 11, Johnson's
addition, Moline, $1,500.
Jacob Ramser to Charles A.
Bruckman, part lot 7, assessor's plat
1S70, northeast quarter section 4-17-1
West, $1. Also lots 1, 12 17,
33, plat Raisch in Rlchman reserve,
C. II. Pope to Frank McKaufsky,
lot 8, block 190, East Moline, $350.
Henry S. Case to Elise D. Mar
shall, part south half section 2-17-2
Rock Island lodge No. 18, I. O.
O. F., to I'cai lodge No. 608, I. O.
O. F., undivided half part lot 4,
block 20, Spencer & Case's addition,
Rock Island, $1,075.
John Ives Hoare to Robert Lee,
lot 9, block 1, M. Schnell's addition,
Rock Island, $3,700.
Elizabeth Runge, by heirs, to
Anna Haus, lot 5, Cutter & Stod
dard's subdivision, Rock Island, $1.
1 Anna Haus to Emma Runge, lot
1 5. Cutter & Stoddard's subdivision.
1 Rock Island, $1.
i Arthur S. Benson to Sedotl Bl
jagio, west 20 feet lot 6, block 14,
1 Spencer & Case's addition. Rock Is
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small town where there is no good
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ou can return same day and con
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your case is curable. Consulta
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Open every day. 9 a. m. to 5 p.
m., except Wednesdays from a.
m. to 12 only. Also upon Tuesday
and Saturday evening. 7 to 9.
Cioeed on Sundays.
611 Fifteenth St, Malta.
Moline office open only on Wed
nesday afternoons and evenings,
2 to 9, and Sunday mornings, 9
Miss Sarah Rubens of Rock Is
land recently spent a few days with
her friend. Miss Frances Barr, of
K. E. Winger and his Sunday
school class enjoyed a skating party
on Edwards river on Wednesday and
on their return to Aledo were served
a fine dinner by Mrs. Winger at
Lee Carnahah of Memphis, Tenn.,
is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. S. R,
Amlong and family this week.
Mrs. E. Nealey and baby of rew
Boston took the car here Thursday
for Iowa Citv to visit relatives a
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Sherer and
baby son arrived here Thursday from
a week's visit with relatives in Bur
Mrs. G. D. Reed and Miss uor-
othy returned home on Wednesday
from Galesburg where they have
visited friends a week.
The Misses Grace and Pearl Mc-
Kee left Wednesday for Mt Pleas
ant, Iowa, to resume their college
work for the winter quarter.
The installation of officers in the
W. R. C. and G. A. R. lodges w-as
held in Memorial hall on Tuesday
The roof of the residence of Mr,
and Mrs. E. H. Osborn waa discov
ered to be on fire Wednesday after
noon. Fortunately it was noticed
in time to prevent serious loss to
their home. On Tuesday afternoon
the home of Justice Cooke was
found to be on fire, but timely as
sistance prevented much loss by the
Dr. W. R. Wiley will present the
work of the Peoria hospital on next
Sunday morning at the M. E. church
The following men were appoint
ed as commissioners In the Edwards
river drainage district thiB week by
Judge II. E. Burgess: J. R. Sheats
Aledo; J. B. Collins, Viola, and
W. Foster, Preemption.
One hundred and thirteen mar
riage licenses wre granted in Aledo
by the county clerk, F. A. Gibson
during 1911, 17 of which were is
sued in the month of December.
A joint installation of officers of
the Masonic and Eastern Star
lodges was held in Masonic hall FrI
day, Jan. 5. An informal lunch
was served afterward.
Messrs. Ed Lewis and Ralph
Brown were recent visitors at the
home of Dr. and Mrs. E. L. Hainline
in Table Grove, 111.
D. Collins received a broken right
arm Tuesday as the result of a fall
while at work at the home of George
The subject of city paving is be
ing much talked of at present. Three
men representing different firms met
with the city council and business
men to present their kinds of pav
ing. The Dolarway system still
sepms to he in favor with all the men
as tbe best adapted to this city's
Mr. and Mrs. Fay Spence and chil
dren left Thursday for Moline to
make that city their future home.
The Aledo high school basketball
team is scheduled for a game in Dav
enport on Friday evening. Both
high schools have strong teams and
a good game is expected.
John M. Wilson, state's attorney
in Mercer county, was a business vis
itor in the tri-cities on Friday, look
ing after legal matters.
Miss Florence Thompson visited
with her relatives in Rock Island
John Kelly of Edgington visited
his sister, Mrs. E. Boultinghouse,
Mrs. W. J. Andress concluded her
visit at the homes of M. C. Danford
and Mrs. L. J. Carter, returning to
Moline the last of the week.
Carl Lawrence of Reynolds was
the guest of David Berg a few days
Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Sloan are now
enjoying their fine new bungalow,
into which they recently moved.
Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Vincent of
Whiting, Ind., were guests recently
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. P.
Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Morgan and
son, James, who nave Deen visiting
In Omaha, Neb., and in Haversville,
Kan., have returned this week af
ter an absence of two weeks.
E. H. Landmark returned to Ger-
mania, Iowa, this week, after spend
ing a few days here at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. John McMullen.
J. C. Wright arrived home Thurs
day from a month's visit with his
daughter in Mt. Pleasant, Iowa.
Zanna Lee has returned to Cleve
land, Ohio, after spending a week
with his friends in Aledo.
Miss Lois Vertress left Friday to
visit her friends in Elmwood a few
Charlee H. Winders of Seattle,
Wash., who has been here visiting
his father, is the general counsel for
the Northern Pacific on the Pacific
Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Lftzenberger
and family are moving back this
week from Canton to the old home
stead near Aledo.
Mr. and Mrs. G. Weidling have
returned from an extended vis
it with relatives In Chickaeha and
other Oklahoma cities.
Miss Catherine Sawyer of Altona
J who has bees the gueet at the home
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They are also more
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of William McHard, left Friday for
C. P. Brubake of Lititz, Pa., Is
visiting at the home of D. N. Blazer
E. S. Granger of New Auburn,
Ws., Is here for a week's visit with
friends In Aledo and vicinity.
Mrs. J. W. McRoberts and Mrs. J.
B. Ballard were visitors In Rock Is
land on Saturday.
Leland Diefendorf left this week
for his home In Laporte, Ind., to
visit his relatives for a week.
Harry Boyles of Rock Island spent
Tuesday with friends and on busi
ness in this city.
William Scannell of Kewanee was
a recent visitor at the home or his
parents in Aledo.
Miss Ruth Dool left Tuesday for
Reynolds to spend a few days with
her sister, Mrs. Ira Mayhew.
Miss Michael Jamison concluded
her visit of one week with her sis
ter, Mrs. B. R. Winbigler, and has
left for Evanston to resume her
studies in the university.
Mrs. G. A, Branberg of Coal Val
ley came Saturday to visit her par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Peterson.
Mrs. M. Epperly of Sterling, who
was the guest of Mrs. C. Pfitzen
roaier a few days, has gone to visit
friends in Sherrard this week.
Jay French of this city has been
appointed the R. I. S. agent at Nor
wood and has already begun his
work there this week.
J. A. Newhouse has left for
Whistler, Ohio, after spending a
month with relatives and friends in
Aledo and vicinity.
THE END OF TUBERCULOSIS
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that the factor that has done the
most is what Is called institu
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the isolation of patients with tu
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tuberculosis, and the great need
in this country is a supply of
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