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THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 8, 1913.
DAVENPORT day morning at the home of the son-1 daughter, Mrs. Chester Kennedy and J I in-law, William F. Schaefer, fl. R. No. j Thomas Laughery. ' j i Liica mage roaa, aesin oemg cuu- .Mr. ana Mrs. itevoe j. rneips ana j ed by a stroke of paralysis suffered two sons Harold and Lowell returned home Cashtd Bogus Check- Arrested. weeks aK- He WM born Mrch 3. 1 Friday from a visit of several days His desire to get away with more than I130, in P'usum- Holstein' Germany, j with relatives and friends at West Sou by the bogus check route, caused ereTh? ma""led l 1859 Liberty, Iowa, the arrest of Elmer Hamm yesterday i Ml8B Jonnna Peters. The couple j Master Joha Lewis of South Mo at the Iowa National bank building. ! C8Cle to tn! counlry ln 187. direct ; line visited last week at the home of Hamm had cashed one check on tne i oir. county, settling on a larm. -n- nis gi8tei.( Mrg EmU Belowskl. i.nnv in th. .i.rr. ,.r r.t, , ...... v... ! til three years ago they resided on Te ; Th vikuq viion fm nA lng been absent a short while, return ed with a second check. This was The Misses Ellen. Erma and Jessie ; farm, at that time taking up their res-, SetUes visited at Moline with friends mence witn tneir aaugnter, Mrs. Mar- th of the k msde out for J90 and was purportedly ! erite Scbfr. at w home j Mrs. Charles Rosemond and sons sipned by John Albrecht. the North-1 , . man oleQ- w SLrl are me . Henrv ftnd prank vere entertalnea wist Davenport meat dealer. The' idow; Mri Johann. BorSus; three xhursd , . tne nome of tne former's prompt arrival of Hamm with the sec daughters. Mrs. Marguerite Schaefer, Burndt at Moline. ond check excited the suspicion of the i ""'J V1VJ-' c.shler .nri Hmm w. ti,i . .;ti"?. and tm' "- John Borgus and a moment, ln the meantime he grew suspicious and fled into tfee street. He was chased by Cashier Louis Rein and captured in the alley to the rear of the Dicdrich Borgus, Jr. The Mi6ses Erma and JeBBie SetUes returned home to South Mo'.ine after a visit with their sister. Miss Ellen Shoots Wife; Kills Himself. Settles. Dixon, 111., on. 8 In a fit of in-i The meeting of the Ladies' Aid so sane Jealousy, George Kinney, 417jciety of the M. E. church last Thurs- "SUCCESS COMES FROM DIGGING," SAYS PASTOIi AS HE LEADS ; FLOCK TO BASEMENT WHERE TIIEY TOIL WITH PICK AND SHOVEL 0: IMJt 1 4 v. 1 1- - MOLINE ing which is being created by the Star Bot ling company. The new building. SO by 80 feet, is being erected oim First street, between Second and Third .avenues. The Star Bottling company is owned by three men, B. E. Johnson sad John Mueller of Mo line, and Joseph Scherrer of Rock Is land. They expect to manufacture soft drinks of various kinds marketed here and to bottle the goods. In ad dition to the main factory building, an office structure will also be built. Mr. Johnson stated yesterday morning that he expected the factory would be in operation March 1. Slow to Grant Phone Franchise. Members of the East Moline city coun cil are taking their time about decid ing whether or not they will grant a franchise to the Tri-City Automatic Home Telephone company. This was made clear to" L. W. Stanton, chief pro moter of the utility company, who was present at the regular session, of the council Monday evening and who inquired what action had been taken toward adoption of the ordi nance drafted by the company's at torneys and modeled closely after the franchise accepted by the people or Moline at the special election last summer. ALEDO I It" -Tx -n Object to Sunday Work. Ministers of Moline are protesting against un necessary Sunday labor and Monday at the regular meeting of the Moline Ministerial union, action was taken which is intended to bring about an enforcement of this sentiment, partial ly, at least. The idea of working on the construction of the jew city hall building at Sixteenth street and Sev enth avenue, for seven days of the week Is looked on with disfavor and the union intends to ' take measures to have the Sunday work discontin ued. High School Crowded; Calisthenics Dropped. Because of crowded condi tions and the necessity of accommo dating more than a hundred new pup ils at the beginning of the next sem ester in the high school, it has been determined by the faculty to drop call isthenics, the physical training given to the high school pupils. The large gymnasium in the basement of the building must be utilized aad then at the best, the accommoda'ons for the pupils will not be the best. The high school authorities, however, are help less and in order that more can be secured, the gymnasium must be used for lockers. In doing this, the- physi cal culture classes will have to be abandoned until such a time as more room for the high school can be se cured. o Abuse of Mother; Cutting Affray Result. Because of the alleged abuse of their mother, three Hoague boys are said to have attacked 'heir step father Monday night and in turn wero attacked by their brothers-in-law ajd cut and beaten. The feud was staged on- Thir'eenth street, between Eighth and Ninth avenues. James and Ed. Hoague were badly cut by knives, said to have been in the hands of relatives and their wounds required at tention. A gash from the shoulder to the elbow was cut in he right arm of James Hoague and it was acces sary to sew it with eight stiches. Ed. Hoague s neck, back and side were ; Balph Everett and family in Muskc- laceratea. ne lost mucn Diooa ana : ePf, rkl . re-umert hnm Pririnv CI ncidnat I. Because there are no funds to make needed improvements at the Methodist church ln Cleves, a Cincinnati suburb, the whole congre gation and the minister are taking turns at the pick and shovel and ex cavating under the church for a base ment assembly room where a branch of the Y. M. C. A. will have its head quarters. High school girls of wealthy pareata who attend school here and live ln the country suburb, and other young women who never so much as wash and dry d tones at home, are digging away same as men' Just for the novelty of the thing and to say that they helped to do the work. Busy congregation in basement of Cleves, Ohio, Methodist church. "If you are a successful pas'or you i "Success comes from digging," 1 pas or annouaced from his pulpit have to dig." So said Rev. E. R. Waring when he became pastor of the church three years ago. And he meant it. 'ou win he,P F16 we wil1 excavate the i hoanmant Anron itca " couple of Sundays ago. the a If some of Rev. Waring urged last fall that aS basement ourselves.1 of a hill. 'husiDtic part of the church be used as a social center and a branch for the Y. M. C. A. There was uo room ln the little church, which is located on the side The 205 members are en ln their church work, but there was not enough money in the treasury to carry out the improve ments. Money which would be neces nary to pay for the excavation work could be used for other work needed If the congregation would be willing to roll up Its sleeves and get busy. Mrs. C. C. Shingledecker of Vermil lion, S. D., Is visiting at the home" of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. Nesbitt. Mrs. Ed Slack and daughter have gone to White Pigeon. Mich., to visit her mother who is 111 Mrs. A. E. Werts and children re turned to their home in Abiagdon Fri day after a short visit at the home of G. W. Werts. Master Donald Henderson went to Galesburg Thursday to spend a few days with his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Ga:ioway. Mrs. Sidney Bolton and daughter spent Friday in Alpha with her moth er. Fred Waible of Burlington Is spend ing a few days with his sister, Mrs. James Scannell. Mrs. F. Fleming who has been visit ing her son Harley Fleming in Rock Island returned to her home in New Boston Thursday. Mrs. A. E. Janes and ll'tle son Ralph are visiting relatives in Indus try. Harold Shaver, who has been visit ing at the home of Mr. and Mrs. D. N. Blazer returned to his home in North Henderson Thursday. Mrs. J. A. Wells and two children who have been visiting Mrs. Wells' mother, Mrs. F. Everett, and brother. r mbs g H. E. CASTEEL, M. S. HEAGY. H. E. SIMMON, President. Vice President. Cashier. With The Good Resolution To Make More and To Save More Open an account in this con servative bank Save a few dollars regularly each week or each month at 4 per cent com pounded semi-annually, and you'll find that when the next New Year rolls around you'll have a good sum stored away. V Make Our Bank Your Bank Central Trust and Savings Bank ROCK ISLAND, ILLINOIS Southwest corner Second avenue and Eighteenth street. was in serious condition when attend ed by the physician. Yesterday after noon the mother of the boys appeared Mr. and Mrs. J. Watkins returned to their home in Woodhull Saturday af ter a few days' visit here with Mrs. at the police station and ask that the ; Watkhi's sistftr, Mrs. Fred Wendt. police go to her home and take her youngest son away. She declared ,hat drinking had brought on a fit. She re fused to siga a warrant and the po lice refused to take the man from the home. A few days later the pastor was busy with pick and shovel and wheel-1 barrow under the church. Two or three other members were helping. Others came to watch and stayed to work. Even the aforementioned young women fell to work willingly. "We Lay City Hall Corner Stone. Through the driving snow Mayor M. R. Carlson and city commissioners late yesterday afternoon proceeded from the city hall to the new munic ipal building and wi'hout form or I ceremony, but with conscious pride, Miss Alma Swain returned to her school work in Evanston Saturday af ter spending two weeks wlh Mrs. Minnie Carroll. The Misses Gladys Strickland and Gladys Jones of Kewanee returned home Saturday. They were accom panied home by Miss Lucile Robinson. Mathersville tlves in Rock Island the latter part of the week. Mr. and Mrs. John Wilson of Oska loosa, Iowa, and Mrs. William Gibson of Sherrard were visitors at the Dick Haywood home Friday night. Clarence Lawson and Harry Moline of Cable were visitors here Friday. Mrs. Jack Ralsbeck was a Rock Is land shopper Thursday. John Edgar has resigned his posi tion as principal of sthe school. Mrs. John .Robertson of Sherrard visited her sons Robert and John here the latter part of the week. John Harris was in Sherrard the latter part of the week. George Urickson made a business trip to Taylor Ridge Sunday. Leonard Bengstoa has returned to his studies at Augustana college. Herman Zude went to Rock Island Sunday o see Henry Barr, who Is confined in a hospital in that city. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Sword and son Ruben and daugh'er Susie and Wallle Gustafson spent Sunday at the Joe Holgate home in Gilchrist. John Jons was a Viola visitor Sun day. Williard Haddick was a passenger to Taylor Ridge Sunday. Beatrice Purvis and sister Ethel have returned home from a week'8 visl' In Griffin. Miss Clara Brown of Cable was a visitor here Thursday. Murle and Leslie Coborn of Griffin were Sunday visitors here. Mr. and Mrs. Bailey Foster were Gilchrist visitors Sunday. Mrs. John Petersoa was a Rock Is land shoppeivSaturday. .1 ; . 4 .... - n- 11 . 1 . , j UIB ju. Cn , mo men, uC-, aep08ite(j & 8ealed " copper box in the clured two of the girls. Miss Becker ! corner 6tone of the rising structure. and Miss Ruth Struble, daughters of Thia hor ls inh-B ,nnB. .,, inphllH prominent families, rolling up their 8leeves. Other girls followed suit, and now the work is nearing completion. bank. He was then turned over to the police. Haiuin Is about 18 years of age. He had turned the $50 received over Highland avenue, formerly an employe of the Watson-Plummor Shoe com- pr.r.y, shot and fatally wounded his to a confederate for whom the police wife, Maud Kinney. BeiTeVTcg- Tier arc now searching.' Id'ad. he turned the weapon upon him o I sell and blew his brains out. He died Plan for Auto Show. John Buck of j before the boxpital ambulance reached the Buck Motor Car company, was tt-e house. Kis wife ls said to be dy elected president of the Trl-CUy Auto 1 ii.g at the hospital. Dealers' association at the annual meeting of the organization held at the ; New Kimball Monday night. Pete Pet-' orsen was named vice president and Webb Mason secretary and treasurer. The officers, together wtlh A. J. Ost-. lund of Moline. and H. J. Strieter of Rock Island were chosen directors. G. j F. Burmelster was unfiled manager of j the annual auto show which will be! held at the Coliseum Feb. 19 22. U ' will have charge of arrangements to gtther with Elbert Don of Rock Is Und and Fred Young of Motlue. Carbon Cliff P. W. Beckwith of Daveaport visited wl'h relatives and other friends here Sunday. Miss Ella Mitten returned home Fri- A . ........... 1 ..ii I . I. V. . . I sistBr Mr S Arinma nf Poet Vfnlino I . . ' " day afternoon at the home of Mrs. Chester Kennedy was a successful so cial affair. The hostess served a fine lunch at the close. Mrs. W. SetUes and family of Coal town spent a few days at the George Lewis home. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Frymeler re turned home from a week's visit with Mrs. Frymeier's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Black at LaSalle. Mrs. Harry Roeschman and daugh ter Hannah Mabel visited with Moline frieads Friday. Mrs. Gust Anderson and her chil dren Carl. Peggy and Alice of Moline were entertained at the Pe'er Florlne home Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hartoon and in width and nine inches in depth. contains a collection of interesting facts regarding Moline in the past and the present. Among other things was a copy of the annual number of the Dispatch, which recoun's unquestion ed advancement for the immediate future. Moline's citizenship will be represented at the dedication exer cises when the fine new building is completed next fall, when public cere monies will be a feature. New Bottling Factory. Building operations .have begun in the west end of the city on a new factory build- Held for Counterfeiting. "Walter Jsmes aud his bride cf a year were bound over to the federal grand Jury yesterday when they entered pleas of guilty to charges of counterfeiting. The hearing was held in the office of Unit ed States 'Commissioner A. G. Bush and each was held separately. The young man pleaded guilty yesterday afternoon aud his bond was fixed at $3,000. The wife entered her plea of guilty yesterday morning and her bond wis placed at $1,000. Both are accus-; ed of having altered $1 bills and mak- j ins them of $20 denomination. Sev eral of the bills were papsVd in Mus- j cr.tlne and Scott counties. j Obituary Record. Diedriph Borgus. 85 years old. ied at 7 o'clock yester- at the home of Mrs. Har toon's par ents, Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Schults of Carbon Cliff, and with Mr. Hartoon's relatives at Watertown. Miss Minnie Titterington of Rock Island visited at the home of her brother, Forest Titterington. Mrs. Otto Kanenberg and her daughter, Mrs. E. Mayfleld of Moline, were entertained Friday at a dinner at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Steves Mitten, and at a course supper at the John Fahl strom home. William Settles of Coaltown was a visitor a, the George Lewis home. Mrs. John Morrison of Sllvis visit- Joseph Young of Moline was greet ing friends here last week. Claus Hansen was an East Moline business caller Saturday. Miss Mary 'art visited with Mo line friends Saturday. Mrs. IKoy Carey and children Gladys a:id Lyle were Moline callers Saturday. Mrs. Wal er Lloyd and daughter Emma were Davenport visitors Satur day. The Misses Grace and Ruth Swank are hcrae from a visit with their aunt, Mrs. Fred Adams of East Moline. Miss Florence Altman, music teach- ed at the home of her nephew, Edward Out of Sorts? Lots of discomfort the blues -and many serious sicknesses you will avoid if you keep your bowels, liver and stomach in good work ing order ty timely use o BEECKAEITS PSLLS Ub.MlOs.aSa. er from Hampton, was a visitor at the Frank Kleinau home Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Beckwlth are spending a few days with relatives ln Davenport. Mrs. Thomas Galney and daughter, Mrs. Dad Jones and her little daugh ter Leone, were Moline visitors Fri day. Mr. and Mrs. Peter Florine and daughters. Myrtle and Nellie, and Mrs. John Fahlstrom and her daugh ter Alice went to Davenport Thursday. Frary, Master Paul Florin visited with his cousin, Carl Anderson, at Moline last week. Prof. William Troutman returned Sunday from a holiday visit with his parents at Joplin, Mich., and also with rela-ives and friends at Carl JuncUon. Mich. The teacher was wel comed back by the pupils of both rooms In the high school and the grammar and Intermediate rooms. Mrs. Frank McKenrick and sons There was a large a'tendance Sab- r,a BDi Ry returned home Saturday bath evening at 6:30 at Epworth from a week's visit with relatives and league meeting. Wlllam Klelnau led t mends at Camanche, Iowa. i the nieetinr. taktiig for his subleet. ! " "Sacrifice." tuw on oy awecinearc Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Laughery return- j Evansville. Ind., Jan. 8. George ed to their home at Mathersville after ! Schneider, 23 years old. was fatally Mrs. J. V. Kennedy Tisited Friday j shot by his sweetheart, Veraice In Moline. ; Houghton, aged 16. while In the nar- I spending New Year's week with 'heir Icr cf her home. BOW TO TRE AT PIMPLES f wr AND BLACKHEADS Successfully and Speedily With CUTICURASOAP And Cuticura Ointment, at a trifling cost, is learned from the special directions Ovhich accompany these pure, sweet and gentle emollient. Cntfom Soap u4 CHBiaent trii. rrrrtT. Litxnl itij, of each kkiI w.tb -. cm bonk. A4crM "Ootlcnra." typt. i. ttnman. TTmliT.fMH n attld tin ith rtt'een Miss Linda Muller of Sherrard was a visitor here during last week. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Wild, Sr., and Mr. and Mrs. Ben Wild, Jr., spent Wed nesday In Reynolds. Hugh McGonigle who has been sick is now able to be at work again. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Zude and two children spent Wednesday with Mr. Zude's parents in Sherrard. Miss Lila Mae Nelson and brother Laurence of Cable were visitors here the lat'er part of the week. The Red Men Initiated two candi- .1, 1 t i I uairo iuiu lucu uiuci i uoauay even ing. They were George Reddig and Willie Beck. Miss Nina Salked of Sherrard was a visitor here Tuesday night. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Moline spent New Year's day with relatives In Rock Island. miss Aivira carison or cable was here Wednesday visi'lng friends. Mrs. Murt Connor was a Rock Is land shopper Tuesday. John Secora was a Rock Island pas senger Wednesday evening. John Sackfield was in Aledo Wed nesday. Miss Ellen Chilln of Cable was a visitor here during last week. Dode Scott was a Sherrard caller Wednesday. Mrs. Florence Chamberlain and Miss Mildred Jackson were Sherrard visitors Tuesday. George Urickson made a business trip to Aledo Wednesday. Mrs. Joe Holgate and baby have re turned to their home in Gilchrist af'er a visit with Mrs. Holgate's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Sword. Mrs. Alex Simpson and Miss Annie Iawson were Rock Island shoppers Friday. Anton Moliner was in Viola Wef nesday. Miss Ida Thor of Sherrard visited friends here the latter part of the week. Mr. and Mrs. John Dunbar of Old Henderson are visiting their daughter, Mrs. Henry Barr. . Jake Adams was in Rock Island Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Art Boiander were Sherrard visitors over Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. John Jones and Mr. and Mrs. George Gooden spent New Year's day in Gilchrist. Miss Mary Thoborn of Aledo was a visitor here Wednesday. E. A. Sherrard spent Thursday at his home in Sherrard. John 8tarkautch visited in Rathbun, Iova, last week. .sirs, jonn Kaieoeck visrei reia- Watertown Born to Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Wilson a son last Friday evening. The members of the Baptist Ladies' Aid society with the'r husbands held a social gathering Saturday evening in the church, for Mr. and Mrs. Frank Sovey, who left for Texas to spend the win'er months. A nice giftwas given each as a remembrance. Miss Dorothy Johnson of Rock Is land spent Friday night with friends here. Mrs. O. Alexander and daughter, Miss Hazel, spent Friday with East Moline relatives. Mrs. Furry and child have re'urned from a iisit with relatives ln Iowa. Miss Lillian Graham returned home from Monmouth, after a two weeks' vacation. She resumed her duties at j school which opened Monday with the usual attendance. Miss Emma Swanson of Chicago came Friday evening to spend over Sunday at the home of her father, John Swanson. She returned Mon day accompanied by her bro her, Charles, who is to enter a medical college after several weeks spent at home. ' The little Misses Bernice and Min nie Lohrnian returned home Sunday from a week's visit with their aunt, Mrs. Voaker In Rock Island. Mrs. F. E. Gore, Charles Swansott and the Misses Alma, Amanda, Emma and Maud Swanson spent the day Sun day at the home of Mr. and Mrs. John McGlllivray in Davenport. 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