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THE ROCK ISTiAXD ARGUS, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 14, 1012.
DAVENPORT
from Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario, to var-jtpent a couple of daya this week at
lous points In the United States were j the home of her sister, Mrs. O. A.
suspended today by the interstate Stopp.
i commerce commission until Jan. 11. Mrs. L. E. Beckwith and her
("Thlrnn Kent 14 Arguments were
Buy Three MonkeyeThe Daven-1 begun todav before Examiner Elder
port board of park commissioners : 0f the interstate commerce commis
ba purchased from the owners of the Blon on euspended increase In coal
big barge Mississippi and steamer ! rates on e Burlington railroad from
'.uuioiwu, uiree nne specimens or , cn-i in tn nitnfl Tnwa rnal
i shippers of Clinton are fighting the In
, crease.
bouth American ringtail monkeys.
The animals, which were formerly
housed on the above barge, will be
placed In Vander Veer park.
Hot at Railroad, Davenport has
tired of fooling with the construction
department of the Rock Island rail
way lines. At a meeting of the city
council In committee of the whole,
yesterday morning, a committee was
appointed to go to Chicago and secure
definite assurance from the Rock Is-
letd railway that the Locust street
bridge will be properly rebuilt next j
year. The committee will consist of:
Mayor Mueller, City Attorney Done
Kan, Commissioner of Public Works !
Compton and Aldermen William Mat
thes, Christ Kuehl and John Witt. The
action was decided upon after a dis
cussion which brought out various in
stances showing that it was necessary
to get the Rock Island construction
department definitely committed to
any work some 10 mouths to a year
In advance. If It were to be done.
Obituary Reeord. Following a lln
gerlng Illness of several weeks' dura
tion, Mrs. Anna M. Boro. aged 33
yearn, passed away at 12:45 o'clock
yesterday afternoon at the home, 1G22
Warren street. Deceased was born
Oct. 17. 1879, In Brooklyn, N. V , com
ing some time later to Chicago where
she was united In
ARCTIC EXPLORERS
MAKE RICH FINDS
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mother, Mtb. William T. Doak, visited
Saturday with Mrs. Soak's mother,
Mrs. M. L. Meotiel at Davenport.
Mr. and Mrs. William Gamey visit
eu at the home of Mat Holcolm at
Rapids City Tuesday.. - "
Mrs. Jf. Krambeck visited at the
heme of her son, William Krambeck,
at SilviB, 111.
Wyman Smith and eon, Don, and
Ctto Weitz, drove to Barstow Tues
day. Walter Mitten moved his family
Wednesday into his new home on
Fit st avenue, recently purchased from
his uncle, Fred Meeska.
Attorney Fred C. Entrlkln, wife and
daughter. Alalea, of Moline, spent Sun
day at the home of their niece, Mrs.
Lawrence Beckwith.
Miss Edith Erdman left Monday for
a visit with relatives and friends at
Jersey City, X. J.
Mrs. James Thompson and niece.
Miss Ella Carey, of Chicago visited
Tuesday at the Fred Ball home In
S'lvls.
Mrs. Frank Hennegan and son, An
drew, of Moline spent Tuesday with
relatives and friends here.
Leu Poston, wife and children, Vera
end Charles, of East . Moline 6pent
MOLINE
Dr. R. M. Anderson.
During the first week In Xovember
Dr. R. M. Anderson of Forest City,
marriage to John WM arrive In San Francisco with j
Hoboes Are Jailed. Henry Loydner
of Chicago and James Winters of Nor
walk, Ohio, two offenders of the "hobo"
species, yesterday morning were turn
ed over to the care of Sheriff Bruner
for the next 30 days . Both were ar
rested on charges of disorderly con
duct. Loydner was caught In the act
of begging and his companion was ac
cused of using abusive language.
Out for a Prize. Canton Moline No.
CO, Patriarchs Militant, Thursday ev
ening elected Chevalier J. A. Swanson
as representative of the order at the
department council, which will be held
in Galesburg Oct. 1, 2 and 3. The local
canton is making preparations te at
tend the council meeting the day of
the parade and if possible capture the
prize for having the most men In line.
Canton Moline won this honor last
year at Peoria, having 36 members
march the day of the parade.
Becomes Disorderly. Fred McKauf
sky quaffed freely at the flowing bowl
Thursday evening, then entered the
City lunch room in East Moline and
used abusive language, according to
the story told in a disorderly conduct
Port Byron, Joslin and vicinity, hav
ing attended the fair at Joslin Thurs
day. Olivia Carlson spent Monday In
Rock Island with friends.
Miss Pearl Price is attending
school In Chicago this year and will
make her home there with her
aunt.
Mr. and Mrs. De Donck'er'a Infant
daughter is ill with pneumonia.
F. Bull and wife visited at Osborne
last week with relatives.
John Brown and family of Osborns
visited relatives 'Sunday.
Mrs. Louis Geesenhagen has 'been
entertaining her mother, Mrs. Carr, of
Port Byron.-
Rev. E. W. Thompson is attending
the Methodist conference this week.
The members and friends of the
Methodist Ladles' Aid society met st
church last Thursday afternoon. Th
society will be entertained by Mrs.
Williams of Seventh street next
Thursday.
Henry Johnson and Henry Bnhr.fe
and families attended the farewell re
ception for Rev. Swanson and family
at Moline last week. Mr. Svanson
end family have departed for India,
where he Is a missionary for the Bap
tist church of Moline.
Clyde Abrams has purchased a new
automobile.
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father. Charles Erdman, and Biste ; " "l u" ur" -
r. ., j t, . ihim. William Swango, cook in the eat-
Boro slz years ago. In July, 1910 the
a valuable zoological and ethnological
couple came to Davenport. The sur
vivors are the husband, one son,
James A, and one daughter Annabelle.
A Bister In Chicago and a
Ix Angeles also survive.
Mrs. Ida Reiner died at 4:30 o'clock
yesterday morning at her home, 731 'i
West Third street, after a severe ill
Less of several weeks at the age of
12 years. She Is survived by the hus-
l.nnd and one son, Joseph. The fun
eral will be held at 2:30 o'clock Sun
day 'afternoon from the home, undfr
the auspices of the M. B. A., Rev. U.
V. Cheney officiating. Burial will take
place In Oakdale cemetery.
Mrs. Edward Beardsley.
Andrew O'Brien of Barstow was a
business caller here this week.
Mrs. Revoe J. Phelps and sons, Har
old and Lowell, went to 'Milan Sun
day, where Mr. Phelps Is working on
a large contract for the government.
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Johnson and
ccn, George, of Geneseo spent Sunday
nt the home of Mrs. Johnson's father,
Louis Weitz and family
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Snodgrass and
children, Clinton and Harry, of Gen-
collertlon from the Arctic regions.
Anderson ai d Vilhjalmar Stefansson,
another Arctic explorer, left for Alas-
hrnther rn I ka In 1908 Dnrine the intervening
years they have made many valuable j t sf0 Vnt u,lflay Derp-
dlncoverles, the most important of
which has been the finding of the
Scandinavian colonists of Greenland,
who were last heard of in 1412.
Carbon Cliff J
COMMISSION SUSPENDS
PAPER RATE INCREASES
WaKhl"ton. B'jt.' 1 1. Proposed ln
ci eases of freight rates on print paper
Mrs. Charles Belowskl and children
spent Monday with her sister, Mrs.
Charles Louders, at South Moline.
Miss Ella Carey left for Chicago
Wodnoeday after a week's visit with
home folks.
Miss Delia Crouch of East Moline
Mr. and Mrs. Dudley Leuder and
6rn, Dudley, Blanche Thompson and
Alfred Wendel of South Moline spent
Sunday at the Charles Belowskl home.
Perry Kennedy of Geneseo visited
at the home of his brother, Scott Ken
nedy, Vhis week.
Mr. and Mrs. William Rahn, Mrs.
Kate Brehmer and Carl Rahn of Rock
Island and Miss Clara Green of Val
ley Junction, Iowa, spent Sunday at
tt- Walter Lloyd home.
Detroit William H. C. Hlndle. an
alderman, examined in the police court
on a charge of bribery, was bound
over to recorder's court for trial.
Ing house, resented McKausky's tirade
and assaulted him. so it is said in the
assault charge preferred against him.
McKaufsky was unable to appear in
court yesterday, and hearings will be
conducted later at Watertown before
Justice A. A. Xiles, changes of venue
having been taken from the court of
Magistrate Cartwright.
Boys Will Return. Roy McCarthy
and William Pransky will return to
the tuberculosis department of the
Cook county hospital. Telegrams to
the superintendent of the institution,
from which the lads escaped on Wed
nesday noon, finally brought a re
sponse confirming the fact that the
boys had, been inmates there and stat
ing that money would be sent with
which to pay the expenses of their re
turn to Oak Forest. The lads express
themselves as well pleased with Mo
line and their treatment here. They
have been in charge of the county pro
bation officer, Mrs. Carrie O Connor.
There is a rumor 'to the effect that the
conditions at the hospital, from which
the lads are alleged to have escaped
because of ill treatment, will be inves
tigated by the proper authorities.
Realty Changes
UNSIGHTLYW
Shows
NEGLECT
USE
NEWBRO'S
HERPICIDE
n
ii 1 1!
the shoulders of G I
I
M
E, F. Long to Esther E. JohnBon,
lot 24, Campbell Park addition, Camp
bell's Island, $1.
David A. Jones to Carl Bixler, part
lots 7 and 8. block 1, Park Ridge addi
tion, Moline, $1.
E. H. Gujer to Edward Anderson,
lot 6, block 176, village of East Mo
line. $G00. -
Carl Oscar Xyquist to Sarah A. and
Ida B. Ceryell. part lot 3, block 1, Os
borne's first addtiioti, Moline, $3,100.
Louis and John Weckel to Harry El
mer Johnson, lot 11, Weckel's camping
ground. South Moline, $200.
Agnes M. Larson to A. II. Arp, part
lot 8, block M, MolinevWater Power
company's addition, Moline, $1,200.
Carnelia E. Hubbard to Florence D.
Sleight, lot 1, Oakwold addition, Mo
line, $1.
Greer & Johnson to Ernest G. John-
Peon, lot 15, block 108, city of East Mo
line, $1,000.
Rene Staes to Camiel and Febronie
Amery, lot S, block 4, Oak Hill Pant
addition. Moline. 11.200. 1
Walter E. Tolles to Albert K. Mc
Curdy, part lots 1 and 20, Ridgevicw
addition, Moline, $1.
Albert E. McCurdy to Mary E. Tol
les, tract in southeast quarter, north
east quarter, section 2G, 10, 4w, $1.
Carrie Hudson to Bertha Williams,
undivided one-half, south half, south
east quarter, section 32, 1C, 6w, $1.
E. H. Guyer to Guy A, Degen, lot 17,
block G, Second addition. Edcewnnd
Park, Rock Island, $3H0. i
Moline Trust and Savings bank to!
.Albert Traub, part outlot 6, Highland;
addition east half southeast quarter1
section 4-17-1 West, $200.
Maher, Lundgren & Christiansen to
Best Office Building
Rock Island : : : : : 2d Ave., 17th St.
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DIRECTORY
ADVERTISING.
BATrHEI.DF.H, M. U. A CO..
THI-C1TV ADV. tO
ARCHITECTS.
STAlUmAB, G. P
SUITE.
.414
.r.oa
, .003
ATTORN EYS-AT-LAW.
HAVBKHG, J. II t
I.lDOl.FII; W. I sos
HAK KKIl. J. W BOT
sciiuul:uki(, C. J 305
AUTOMOBILES.
riiHIEB. E. D
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John 11. l'aik. lots 7 and 8. Muhprs
Overcrowded Theatre. Complaint !Fardon tract8' section 28-18. $1.
intuitu v. iirauy 10 fliauer, l.und- .
gien & Christiansen, lots 7 and 8, Ma-'
her's garden tracts, section 28-18, $1.
E. H. Stafford to Claus L. Lundquist, !
part outlot 26, Fourth addition, Silvis, !
$500.
Lorence S. Rasmussen to L. D. and
ictoria M. Freudenatein, lot 7, block
4, Long View heights. Rock Island, $1.
Charles L. Walker to John E. Berg
has been registered with the commls
sioner of public health and safety that
ar Saturday night's performance In the
Family theatre the building was filled
to exceed its seating capacity. As result
of this complaint the commissioner
called on Manager Sodini yesterday
afternoon and notified him that if he
overcrowded his theatre again his li
cense will be revoked. Recently the
theatre was inspected by the building
inspector and it was found to contain
1,022 seats. Section 80 of the building
code provides that: "The amusement
license Issued for each theatre shall
state the number of permanent seats
the theatre contains, which number
shall be governed by the provisions of
this ordinance relating . thereto, and
no more than that number shall be
permitted to be in Buch theatre at any
one time." ,
SILVIS
COAL WHOLESALE.
CI.IE & SHAW KIEL CO 505
COLLI KHIES SALES CO 501
Jlil-CITY COAL CO
DENTISTS.
AMES, Hit. E. P 32
HAIM lMw UK. E. M 505
'MARTIN, DR. W. E. 50
MI ELI.ER, DR. C. W 503
SIIKHIIAUW, UH. B. II 406
DOCTORS.
BlItKHART, DR. II ADA 311
COMKCJYS, DR. J. P. .
DART, DR. RALPH .
POSTER. DR. C. T. . .
PKEVTAtJ, DR. C. P.
PETRI E, DR. ETTA .
STOCKF.lt, DR. A. . .
SOLDERS, DR. J. C.
, . .41)7
. . . 407
, . .401
. . . 502
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. . .511
INSURANCE FIRE. SUITE.
HIBUAHI) A TO! 40
KKICLL, E. H
MAICKER, W. C 507
INSURANCE LIFE.
COLVMBLA KATIOJIAL Llt'H
(of Boston) e5
COMI.NKV1AL ASSCRAJICIB
CO 411
IIKUIES A PRATT 4ia
ILLINOIS LIFE 1S. CO 40U
METROPOLITAN" LIFE (of
X. Y.) BO
NEW YORK. LIFE (of N. Y.)....1S
,.S04
..403
.30
.805
LOANS PERSONAL,
Cl'T RATE LOAN' CO
FIDELITY LOAN CO
LOANS REAL ESTATE.
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SCHKOEDEH. C. J
MANICURES.
WILSON, MISS BLANCHE 410
REAL ESTATE LANDS.
HI HUMID A TONN 409
III I. HPS A PRATT 413
KRELL. E. II 613
MISCELLANEOUS.
LIBERTY MFU. Kl, lUre n-
parnlusl SOS
MAI.ONEY, K. A. Ant 311
MOLINE TIMIIKU CO 501
l. PAC. RAILWAY 0 (lorn I
otli.T) OU7
ROSEN PI ELD. W. A ho
TRI-CITY BISINESS Etll 57
, .404TKI-ST TK OIL C i
.013
IN THE HEART OF ROCK ISLAND
All Street Cars Stop Right at the Entrance
curing parlor in the Knights of Pyth-
strom, lots 10 and 11. block 5. South I lus dumu.uk.
Rock Island,,1 Miss naunian says nuue mine iu
her parlors in yctooer, uiu, unu can-
Park second addition.
$400
Dalton H. Duncan to John H. Traub,
rart outlot 5, Highland addition, east
half southeast quarter, section 4-17-1
West, $200.
Christos Pantezopoulos to Frank
Vretes, third interest lot 5, block 157,
city of East Moline, $1,200.
K. OF P. OFFICIAL IS SUED
Indianapolis Manicurist Declares H.
R. Wade Made Proposals.
Indianapolis, Infl., Sept. 14. Harry
R. Wade, grand keeper of records and
seals of the grand lodge of the
Knights of Pythias, was sued for
$10,000 yesterday for an alleged at
tempted attack by Miss Barbara Pfaff
man, formerly proprietress of a mani-
ing ner to a vacant suite uujoiiiiiih
made proposals to her. She declares
she broke and ran for the door ajid
made her escape, ater In the day.
Miss Pfaffinan says, Wade returned
to her parlors, walking in his stock
ing feet, and tried to enter her rooms.
Mr. Wade denied any knowledge of
the affair.
OHIO DEFEATS CHANGES
Ton may not be actually bald, but loose heir ar.d flakes of dandruff scattered over
Tour coat indicate that you are going to be.
The dandruff gwrra I ther and thre to stay, busy in its work of hair destruction, until driven out
by the intelligent use of Newbro's Herplclde.
The invisible mlcrobic growth, which causes dandruff, never halts in the hair killing process. In a
short time a bare spot appears and gradually extends. The hair bulbs are being robbed of life and
finally there is no help but wig
Don't watt. Herplclde kills tbe gerti. gives life and vigor to the hair, prevents It from coming out.
Every particle of dandruff will be eradicated and the scalp left clean and healthy.
Tou wl!l like Ntwbro'a Herpieide not alone for its hair saving qualities, but for the feeling of cleanli
ness which It Impart, the senfo of coolness to the scalp and its de irhtful and delicate odor.
Insist always on having genuine Herplclde and not something said to be "just like it" or "just aa
good"
SEND TEN CENTS FOR SAMPLE BOTTLE AND BOOKLET
If yo will send 10 cents In postage or silver, to cover cost of packing and mailing to the Herpfcide
Company, Department 85-B. Detroit. Mich., you will reoetve a sample bottle of Newbro's Herplclde and an
Interesting booklet telling all about the hair and it care.
TWO SIZES, FIFTY CENTS AND ONE DOLLAR
Sold and gruaranteqd everywhere. Money back if you are not satisfied.
Applications obtained at all the better barber shops and hair dressing parlors.
YOUNG COMBS
U.C0 OPERAJIVC STORCCaX iL ...
Special Agents
A SOUR, GASSY, -UPSET
STOMACH
Mr. and Mrs. Peterson have return
el to Sheffield after visiting their son,
Andrew, and family here.
Mr. Engle and family have returned
from a visit at Des Moines.
Roy Adams and family of Rock is
land vlsjted friends here last Monday.
Mr. ana Jirs. Alonzo Price and
daughter, Effle, have arrived home
from a visit at Chicago with rela
tives. Mrs. William Allison and children
of Carbon Cliff have returned after
visiting relatives and friends here and
at Moline.
Mr. Nelson and family have return
ed to Sheffield after visiting relatives
here.
Miss Lillian Wolf arrived home
Monday from a visit with relatives
rnd friends in La Salle nd virintfv
William McKellip has arrived home . &fc8y and upset
from a brief visit at Viola with h!slaU' ha fermented
Brown's Evening School.
Brown's Business college will start
two new classes in evening school.
The. first class will brgin next Mon
day, S'-pt. 16. the second class Heyt.
23. Start with the first class If you
can. The principal will bo In the of
fice every evening this week to meet
those who want to talk it over before
entering. Come to the college any
evening between 7:30 and 9 o'clock.
BROWN'S BUSINESS COLLEGE.
Opposite court bouse, Rock Island, 111.
Equal Suffrage, Road Bonds and
Death Sentence Abolition Lose
Columbus, Ohio. Sept. 14 Final fig
ures from 87 of the 8H counties ia the
state completed today by the secretary
of state nhow that eight of the 42
amendments to th state constitution
votod on at a special election Sept. 3
have been defeated. The eight defeat
od amendments are:
Equal fciifrage.
Fifty million dollar good roads bond
issues.
Prohibition of outdoor advortinlng.
Regulation of labor Injunctions.
Abolition of the di'Uth penalty.
I'se of voting machines.
Appointment of women to certain
offices.
Elimination of the v.ord "white"
from the constitution.
Tho total vote was less trian E50.000
below 60 per cent of normal.
All the
Argus.
news all tho time The
'Tape's Diapepsin" Overcomes-
Your Indigestion in Five
Minutes.
Wonder what upset your stomach
w hich portion of the food did the dam
age do you? Well, don't bother
your stomach Is in a revolt; if sour,
and
father.
i Mrs. F. O. Tubbs has been visiting
j relatives in Moline.
! Mrs. Porter of Moline was a visitor
; last week.
A new cement wall is being built
j in front of the McKinley school
! building to keep the hill on which
the schoolhouse stands from washing
away.
j The Baptist Ladies' Aid society Is
j planning a "county" air for the bene
fit of 'the church.
j Mrs. Conrad Shadt and two little
', boys were at Andalusia last week acd
' attended the funeral there of her
; grandmother, Mrs. Catharine Steck
: n-an.
Mrs. F. O. Tubbs was visiting rela-
tives in Moline last week.
what
into
.
I-
It Is As Much
The Money
you just
stubborn
S4
lumps; your head dizzy and aches;
belch gases and acids and eructate un
digested food; breath foul, tongue
coated just take a little Diapepsin
and in five minutes you truly will :
wonder w hat became of the indiges- i
t!oTfand distress. i
Millions of men and women today :
know tha it is needless to have a
bad stomach. A little Diapepsin oc-
casionally keeps this delicate organ
regulated and they eat their favorite r-'M
icoas witnout rear.
If your stpmaf h doesn't take care
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jwui mTii uuiii w uiioui reoei-
iiuu, ii .ui j uuu id a uaaia:e insieaa .
of a help, remember the quickest, sur- i
est, most harmless relief is Pape's
Diapepsin which costs only 60 cents
ior a large case at drug stores. It's
3
David Stout and family are moving I truly wonderful it digests food ar.d
to Marshalltow n. Iowa, where he ha seta things straight, so gently and
accepted a position with the railroad. J easily that it Is really astonishing.
I Andrew Tubbs and family, F. O. j Please, for your sake, don't go on witn
I Tubbs and wife and Mr. Murray and a weak, dlsord'-ed sttimach; it's so
i family Lave arrived from a visit at j ucEecegeary.
j you can earn ,but do not, as it is the money you mis-spend.
that keeps your "no3e on the grindstone."
Anyone with $100 or more can join the ranks of our
investors and obtain 6 interest on his money.
-CO UPON
H. E. Sudlow & Co., Safety building:
I would like further information
merits you have to offer.
about the lnvest-
Name
(A)
Addresa
aid.

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