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ft TIIE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS. TUESDAY. J AXUARY 21, 1913. 41 . m anaa Aaa a m aa . I T I ... . DAVENPORT THE NURSE GIRL OF THE STONE AGE AND TODAY. Robber Efforts In Vain. thrring.the eight robbers broke Into and robbed th Mennen saloon on LClaire street between Third and Fourth streets. Entrance to the building was effected by means of a rear window, the sash of which wag entirely removed. Once lngide the building, the Hhlef ransack ed the place, but could find no money, j It Is tK)t known whether or not the j robbers carried away any of the li- j quor or cigars, as a cursory inventory I disclosed no loss. j Many Want Commission Job. Ap- ' plications for the appointment to the fflce of police and fire commissioners will rot be scarce when the time comes for the appointment of the new board. The names of a half dozen men were handed in and as many more are men tioned for the place. Some of these ere prominent business and profes sional men, but whether or not they would accept the place were It tender ed to them, remains to be sepn. The appointment of the new hoard will jtrobably be made at the next meeting of the city council, which is Feb. 5. The removal of Commissioner Chris Nlemand, which was brought about through h's dlRqualiflcntion for the of fice and the subsequent announcement of Mayor Mueller that bp would re quest the city council to vote f"r the ' removal of the ftitlre board In order to preserve harmony in the commis sion's office, wPl almost assuredly result In the naming of three new torn nilsBionrrs. o Thomas Winkle, Aged 93, Passes. The funeral of Thomas Winkles, aged It.", years, who passed away late Sat urday night t. his liome,21 1." Gaines street, was held at 2 o'clock this af ternoon from tli" home, with incinera tion In the Davenport crematorium. Mr. Winkles held the ofTlce of county auditor In Uiis county from to 1SS1. Prior to his auditorBhip the de ceased held various appointive offices In the court Iiousp in the auditor's and treasurer's offices. He as famed throvgh'iit f.he city for his penmanship ami excellent bookkeeping. The aged man wus bou April 1, 1819, in Leam ington, England, and came to the I'ttited Htntes In IMS. For several years he lived in Foughkeepsle, X. Y., removing west to Davenport in 1&5G, sitice that time being a resident of thix city. Kesides his j So Tvf?r eiy go f Am MOLINE hoiierty as n bocU keeper, he wu noted for his tiaiKlial talent, being classed -nmong the best fingers in the city Jn the early days. He leaves to mourn liis demise, one daughter. Mrs. F. J. Mrs. Kllpatrick was born Jan. 19, 1RC9, in Rochester, N. Y. She was educated in Minneapolis and later removed to Oakland, Cal., where she was married Sept. 15, 18SC. Later she came to Dav enport and had since resided in this city. The surviving relatives are the husband. J. B. Kllpatrick; one daugh ter, Esther Kilpatrick, at home; her integrity amt mother and a sister in Dps Moines and l.ouis K. Winkles of this rltv and Al frcd j, Wlnkless cf Chicago. He also Is survived by the following grand tliildrin: ticrtnide Iirantilgan of Dav enport. Clifford Drannkan of New a rlster In Minneapolis. Roy Raguet died at the home of his sister, Mrs. Charles Meyer, in El Paso,, Texas. Sunday morning. Claude Le- Roy Raguet was born in Davenport Fllerd of Davenport, and two sons .'ov. 1. 1879. He leaves surviving him shortly after her arrival was stricken Raguet, connected with ueatn. his father, C. G with t,he Sickles & Preston company since the early day of the old firm of Pickles & Preston, and his mother. who sacrificed everything else to care the Mexican Central Railroad company. Mrs. Linda Blssett, a resident of Davenport for only the past six months, died at 12:30 o'clock yesterday after noon at Mercy hospital after a linger ing illness, at the age of 47 years. Mr. Hiesett, was born Jan. 11, 18CG, In Rock Island, where she received her educa tion. In 1S98 she was tnarrled in New York City, and since that time had resided in London, England, New York City, and Los Angeles, Cal. Six months ago she came to Davenport, Intending to make her home In this city, but Demurrage Charge $200 Daily. De murrage charges against Mollne man ufacturing concerns at present are amounting to 1200 daily. This is a condition not unusual for this time of year, though It tells an eloquent story of the pace under which the implement factories of the city are being operated. Insufficient trackage and inability to secure men to load and unload cars, is given as the cause for conditions now existing. It was necessary for Deere & Mansur Co. to press a crew Into work on Sunday at the Twenty-seventh street storage sheds. In trte main Deere plant a part of, the force is working 10 hours a day, otherB are putting in 11 hours, six day a week. The number now employed on the night shift is about 100; these men being engaged almost exclusively in loading cars with man ufactured product and in unloading raw material. In the shops of the Mollne Plow company the 12-hour daily schedule is still in operation, and indications are that there will be no change in the program for some week to come. Options on Property Asked. Prop erty on the north side of Fifth ave nue between Eighteenth, and Nine teenth street directly across the al ley from the site selected for the new Rock Island road passenger station is being sought. It is understood that no ootions have yet been given but it is a: so understood that in the deal for which negotiations are now opened, the corner propertied of Peter Peterson and of J. S. Gilmore are al so desired. Horstkamp and Sherman have asked R. W. Rank for an option on the property at the northwest cor ner of Fifth, avenue and Seventeenth street, and George Chase has been asked If he would sell his present homestead the former residence of the late J. M. Gould. It is also likely that members of First Congregational church, soon will be asked to vest in the church trustees or some special committee, authority to sell that prop erty. Engine Step v Broke; Injured. Al fred Zetterman, 1328 Sixth avenue, was painfully hurt yesterday morn ing when he fell from an engine while working at the headlight. His lower lip was badly cut and a wound was Inflicted In the back of .his head. Zet terman says 'the step on which he stood was only a temporary affair and broke when he rested his weight on it. He will be confined to the house for several days. local "Y" gym during the latter part of March, according' to an announce-, ment made yesterday by F. E. Pierson, physical director. Mr. Pierson is send ing out invitations' to associations at Davenport. Burlington. Dubuque, Clin ton, Sterling and Muscatine, and will probably invite those of Galesburg and Cedar Rapid. Each association will send a picked team of three to five members, who will compete here in an exhibition of intermediate and advanced gymnastics including apparf us work, and fancy drill of various kinds. The fest is an annual event in thl section and was held in Clin ton last year and In Davenport in 1911. Obituary. Summons of death came to Mrs. Orvilla William of 2703 Elev enth avenue at 5:30 yesterday morn ing, infirmities incident to age being assigned as the cause of death. She was born in Mountville, Ohio, Aug. 13, 1831, and had been a resident of this city for the last 20 years. Three daughters and two sons are left be reaved. They are Mrs. E. Allen cf this city, Mrs. Emma Case of Port Byron, Mrs. Geoge VanDyne of Rock Island. Charles and John, both of Davenport. After an Illness lasting a year, Mrs. Flora Emelia Ehne of 1322 Fifteenth-and-a-half street, was called to her rest at 6:45 yesterday morning. Death was due to paralysis of the right side and a hemorrhage of the lungs. Flora Carlson was born in this city June 30, 188, and spent her entire life here. She was the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. J. A. .Carlson. Her education was ecelved in the schools here and May 28, 1906, she was united In marriage to Ernest Ehne. To this union one child, Helen Irene, now 14 months old, was born, and who togeth er with the bereaved -husband' sur vive. She also leaves the father, three sisters and one brother, all of this city. The sisters are Mrs. Arvid Sjogren, Mrs. Gust Johnson and Ellen Carlson, and the brother, Henry Carlson. Energy anil Economy nre the two main elements of a successful business life. A Savings Account builds each. Young men and women are cordially invited to open an ac count in this strong bank with a deposit of one dollar or more, 4 per cent paid, compounded semi-annually. Make Our Bank Your Bank 1 SILVIS 1 York City, and Chandler P., Alfred I for him during the last, seven years of j land R. and Nelson B. Wlnkless of Chicago. j,his life; one brother, Edward Cook Ra- j Minnie and EtUe Hendr o I guet. ensign in the United States navy lanU and Mrs. Gustay S Obutuary Record. Mrs. Ma Kllpat rick, aed 44 years, difd at 5:10 o'clock Sunday evening at. the home, Cu6 East Fifteenth street, after a long illness. II. E. CASTEEL. President, M. S. HEAGY, Vice Pres. H. B. Simmon, Cash. Southwest corner Second avenue and Eighteenth street. U!:ii W.'Hill i ; illi 'a' ii'i Pure affiKl ftp! wttk iUggp Dinneror 1 Luncheon liliilpid Healthful mmmmm . the malady which caused her She is survived by her hus- ba:id, her parents, Mr. and Mr. Star ling Hcndren of Rock Island; one brother, Henry Hendren of Rock I- and three sisters, the Misses ren of Rock la- Schmidt of this stationed on the Montgomery now atc!ty PenRacola. Fla.. and one sister, M;ir- k Mrs. Doris Katherine Nabstedt, 64 guerlte, wife of Charles Meyer, super-, years old, passed away at 10:15 intendent of cars and telegraph for j o'clock Sunday evening at the home, 1024 West Ninth street, after a linger ing illness. The deceased was born March 10, 1848, in Fenmen, Germany, and came to the United State when 20 years of age. Two years after her arrival iu this country she was united in marriage w-ith Jacob Nabstedt. The date of her marriage was Jan. 8, 1870. She is survived by her husband, two daughters, Mrs. A. L. Schmidt of Dav enport and Miss Olga Nabstedt, at home, and four ons, Alfred Nabstedt of JJes Moines, Harry Nabstedt of South Carolina, Arthur Nabstedt of New Haven, Conn., and Fred Nab stedt. at home. She is also survived M y one sister, Mrs. H. Linder of Rein ! beck, and two brothers, William and ! Carl Wegener. i K'.iuha Lillian Gharet, the Infant ! daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank A. 'Gharet. passed away at 5. o'clock Sun ;day evening at the family home, 602 West Fifteenth street, at the age of i i three days. The paren- are-the onlr ' survivors. Swedish Teacher at High School. A. L. Wtedell, a graduate of Northwest, crn university, was added to the facul ty of the high school yesterday to ac commodate In the measure the in crease in enrollment and to provide in struction for classes recently organ ized in the study of Swedish. Beside teaching this language, he will assist in the history department. He is serving a pastor of the Swedish Evangelical church. Gymfest at Y. M. C. A. A Mississip pi vaKey gymfest will be held In the HOW MRS. BROWN - SUFFERED . ! During Change of Life How ' Lydia E. Pinkham's Vege table Compound Made Her a Well Woman. Beer and Your Meals Physicians know of no other bever age as healthful and nourishing with luncheon and dinner as good beer. Tk bM with to it meets the rigid requirements of the law for purity, the critical consumer's desire for excellence and the physi cian's exactness for wholesomeness and quality. In Crystal White Bottles to that fam caa f tmmt jpoor r well zlm your stomach. . It's ths fcottla with tba Cr.a Lsbal all tha way around k. Brewerya Own Bottling 404 210 Third Avenue. Rock Island, III. Old Phone West 838. Realty Changes Iola, Kansas. "During the Change of Life I was sick for two years. Be fore I took your med icine I could not bear the weight of my clothes and was bloated very badly. I doctored wi th three doctors but they did me no good. They said nature must have its way. My sister advised me to take Lydia E. Pink ham's Vegetable Compound and I purchased a bottle. Before it was gone the bloating left me and I was not so sore. I continued tak ing it until I had taken twelve bottles. Now I am stronger than I have been for Paulson, lot 3 and 4, block 4. G. E. ! yea. mna caB QO aii m7 w?rK' even ".ne v Bsmiig. lour inetucine is worm lis weight in gold. I cannot praise it enough. If more women would take I-... A J : : .l 1.1 i Leithmer, lot 10, block 1, Smalley's. t" V woulu Tv , B vj- ' healthy women. Yon may use this let- subdiv:s,on -ojithwett one-quarter, ; Ur f J the of othe..Un. D. "'1 HBrown, 809 N. Walnut St.. lola.Kan. acv m. kvnuvs VA iv L 1U net G. A. Shullberg to Frank H. Glues ii:g. lot 4 and part lot 3, Healey subdi vision, Mollne, $5,G00. Anna Johnson et al to Fritz Rydin, part rots 1, 2 and 3, Pitts. Gilbert & Pitts' Second addition, Mollne, $1,600. G. Elmer Blakesley to Jessie Mae Blakesley's Twelfth Street addition. Rock Island. $500. Esther S. Ells et al to William H. i i I t Mr. and Mrs. J. Korb entertained the Country Card club at their home last Saturday evening when an ele gant lunch followed the game of 500. C. Smith has moved here from Mis souri. William Ireland and family were paid a visif: by his parents from Ana- mosa, Iowa. Mrs. J. W. Pike entertained the Woman's club last Friday. A number of visitor were present. Last Saturday, Mrs. Harry Hill en tertained Mrs. E. W. Thompson, Miss Ora Redman and her Sunday school class. The time was spent in social conversation, music and needlework. Light refreshments followed. Rev. E. W. Thompson were paid a visit by Mesdames Peterson and Oddell of Watertown. Mr. and Mrs. F. Gebhardt have re turned from their wedding trip. They will reside in Minnesota. Mrs. Ben Nelson spent part of last week in the tri-cities. The Misses Henson have gone to Texas to visit relatives. Mrs. LeRoy Hampson had as guests her mother Mrs. Hennigan and Mrs. William Gamley of Carbon Cliff last week. Jessie Wilson is sick. Charles Frew and family entertain ed part of last week Messrs. Nelson and Evans and families of Rock Island. T. Mason and family are visiting at Fort Worth, Texas. Mrs. Cora Wanless has recovered from the grip. The dance given by the local band boys Thursday evening at .Kuhne's hall was well attended. Mrs. Sarah Osborne entertained the Pioneer Birthday club Tuesday after noon. Mr. and Mr. Emil Klebe and little 'daughter spent part of last week with iMr. and Mrs. Gust Krapp of Coal Val ley. j Mrs. Edward Kendall was paid a vls jlt by her niece, Miss Kate Laughery i or Carbon Cliff. Bruce Coleson and wife have return ed home from Marengo, Iowa, where they were called by the death of a relative. Mr. John Henderson and Bister of LnSalie were iu Moline last Thursday. Mrs.. George Pickard has recovered from a serious illness. J. Morton has moved here from Blue Island. Mrs. Francis Stiphens is ill at her home on Eighth street. M. Bull and family of Carbon CliEf visited relatives here Thursday., The Methodist Indies' Aid society and friends will meet at, the church next Thursday. team resulted in a victory for Hedding by a score of 50 to 32. The first col legiate game here will be Tuedsay ev ening, Jan. 21, with Lombard college. Mrs. Frank Fassnacht and daughter Miss Luclle were Davenport, Iowa, vis itors Saturday. Mrs. M. J. Merryman went to New Windsor Saturday to spend the day with friends. Mr. and Mrs. P. Farm spent Satur day In Rock Island. Mrs. Eugenl Parknian spent Satur day with friends in Monmouth. J. II. Ramsey left Thursday for Jonesboro, Ark., where he will visit his son, Dr. J. Wilson Ramsey and family. He will also visit his sons. Attorney J. R. and Dr. Paul Ramsey, in Tulsa, Okla., before, returning home. Mrs. L. C. Newton, who ha's been visiting relatives here returned to her home in Kirksville, Mo., Wednesday. Miss Eura Young went to Joy Thurs day to visit at the home of Mrs. Burns. Mr. and Mrs. George Brocknay, who have been spending a week here with Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Vaill. went to Alex is Thursday to visit relatives and friends before returning to their home in Rocky Ford, Col. Inflammatory Rheumatism ' Quickly Relieved. Morton L. Hill of Lebanon, Ind, ays:" "My wife had Inflammatory rheumRtlsm In every muscle and Joint; her suffering was terrible and her body and face were swollen almost beyond recognition; had been in bed for six weeks and had eight physicians, but received no benefit until she tried Dr. Detchon's Relief for Rheumatism. It gave Immediate relief and she was able to walk in three days. I am sure It saved her life." Sold by Otto Grot Jan. 1501 Second avenue. Rock Island, and Gust. Sahlegel & Son. 220 Second treet, Davenport (Advertisement) vLnJll icy I 3 Nourishing Food The healthiest folks in the world the Swiss live on . cheese. It's a famous diges tive for all who eat too fast, and as nourishing as meat, fish and eggs. is mads of Pure Rl.lk In Sanitary Dairies and sold In Dust-proof. A"r-tight Packages and Jars all sizes. The Okhorn way of curing renders Elhkorn cheese far more digestible than ordinary bulk cheese. 31 VARIETIES Ask Your Dealer For Elithorn Cream Elkhorn Pimento Elkhorn Tasty or Devilled Elkhorn Club BBWB ALEDO zel. Coal Valley, $600. Arnolf Rush to John Rush, undivid ed, one-third interest in lot 6, 7 and 8, block 5. Reynolds, 111., $1 Change of Life is one of the most critical periods of a woman's existence. Women everywhere should remember that there is no other remedy known to John Knadv tn Jamos RuitinrV int. ! 80 successfully carry women through 17 and 18, block 127. New Shops addi- i trying period aa Lydiav E. Pinkham's tion. East Moline, $625. , Vegetable Compound. Frank F. Brown to Ernest R. Red- j if Joa w,nt special adTice write to man. lot 4. block 1, Stewart's Second lydia E. Pinkbant Medicine Co. (eonfi addition. South Moline. $2,200. j dential) Lynn, Mass. Tour letter will Gust Ed to George Hedberg, lot 2, j be opened, read and answered by a block 2, C. G. Thulin's addition, East woman and held in strict confidence. Moline, $300. " (Advertisement.) ' i ne iaaies Aia society or tne -Metn-1 jfj home of Mrs. Joseph McRoberts Thurs day afternoon, Jan. 1C, 1013. About j 100 ladies were present and a very pleasant afternoon waa enjoyed by all. . Guessing games were played, and a very entertaining program was given, j consisting of a recitation by Mrs. L.ida ' Ilebel, a reading by Mrs. Pearl Bolton, , vocal solos by Mrs. Dei Goddard and j Mrs. Mary Bartlett, and Mrs. Jane j Abercrcmbie sang several selections, i with Miss Jessie Stein as accompanist, j After the program rrefeshmenta were i served and a ball .was presented to , pach lady as a souvenir of the occa- j sion. . Mr. and Mrs'. J. L. Lacy and daugh-; ter Miss Mary left Thursday for Har risburg, Pa., where they will make an extended visit with friends. A. A. Rice w-as a Galesburg visiter ! Wednesday. The basketball game played In i Abingdon Wednesday by the Hedding j college and the William and 'Vasbti 1 MEN SPECIALISTS FOR DISEASKU MEN WHO ARE WORKING EVERY ' UAY, WHO ARB NOT SICK E.NOIUH TO BE IS BED, allOLID NOT WAIT UNTIL SICKNESS LAYS IHK11 IP. THEY SHOLLD CON SILT AT O.N OB AN HONEST DOCTOR Who Will Render Them High-Class 8 ervice. 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Licers, bores, Ulood Poiatinu Kldner tsd Bladder iiieu., iii ud Rectal Ulaeasesi Heart, l.tiBga, Catarrh, Muiumt-li aad Chronic Oiaeaaea NtRVULS and despondent; weak r debilitated; tlrecL. mornings, no ambition lifeless; memory poor; tnM lly fatigued; excitable and Irritable; eyes sunken. rul and blurred; plmplea on lace; restless, haggard-looking; weak back bone pains; hair loose; ulcers, sore throat; varicose veins; lark of en ergy and confidence? Seek the counsel and aid of an honest doctor of thu kind,' who offers you a helping hand. U'e will aid you to rise above your wriniguumB. uu uue a, man 01 you. we oner you honest, faith- lui service, i;r, a ea. Patients Irom home samu day. GUARANTEED CURES SSiS on account of never having received relief elsewhere, and they had al most become so skeptical as to think there wus no cure for them. v vant an opportunity to treat Just such men, and It makes no difference bow many have failed to cure you. Come to us f'r an examination Any way and it will not cot you a dollar. We will not accept puy for any services unless we believe your case curable, so don't hesitate. If you have any Cist.iBca ou- weakness peculiar to men. but come at ouce. Everjr-U-iI-K atricliy confidential. ARE YOU ,uu ui you. v oner yuj nonesi, laitn- advanced treatment, expert skill and reasonable charg l out of town need not remain nre. but can return COPENHAGEN MEN SPECIALISTS I1 FCfte tl St, (Seeond f loor), MOLISE. ILL. Hours -Open only on Wednes days from 2 la the afterno n un tU 9 i?i tne evening and Friday evening 7 to . and Sunday mornings, 9 to' 12. During other days call at Davenport oiflce. X. XV. Cr. Fourth and Brady Street, Davenport, Ions, Hours Every day, 8 a. m. to 5 p. m., except Wednesday. Wednesday bours. 9 to IX only. Tuesday and Sat urday evenings. 7 to to. Closed on Sundays. . v t If r. ?!