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THE ROCK .ISLAND ARGUS. TUESDAY, AUGUST 5, 1913.
5 . NEW CAMP JOYERS' ARE ARRESTED BY A SILVIS OFFICER SAMPLE OF PROPERT Y OWNED BY PEOPLE WHO OBSTRUCT PUBLIC IMPROVEMENTS Charles Haage, New Owner of Resort, Pinched With Two of His Assistants. COULDN'T GIVE THE BOND i fcignt informations Filed in County Court Against Former Bartender of Eert Ou Pre. ! MORE WITNESSES WANTED BEFORE CORONER'S JURY Investigation of Death of Albert Nelson Will Be Contin ued for Time. AFTER FURTHER EVIDENCE One Testifies That Dead Man Was Ag gressor and Knocked William Deeters Down First. er and Desk Sergeant Charles Bleuer also testlltea, me omcers eiauug ixiai i the police -were not called lor three I hours after the assault. This house, loratt-d on Twentieth strict, near Fifth avenue, la possessed by out of town people who are necking by technicality to defeat the paving of Fifth avet.ue east of Twentieth stro?t. More Camp Joyers are resting in the county bastile. Charles Usage, alias Shorty, reputed to be the new owner rfT the plce sinre the arrest of Mr. and Mrs. iiert Du F'rez, was tuken In custody last evening by a Sih con stable, together with Frank Kennoo nnd John foe, alias Com;;iodore, who If; a dusky nt. They nj-cnt the night In the city j r i 1 anil this morning were takf-n Into county court, on informa tions charging gambling. Th y were Unable to give bond and were remand ed to tl county jail. riti:us M Farmers in the vicinity of ih- retort tt Colona hav been constantly watch ing ( amp Joy Mr.ce the arre-t of Hu I'rez. They were nor raiisfied with the "ehange In inaiiageinenf an.l con flicted au investigation, on thf ir own liook which resuileii in their Kw;-airi:,; out rtate v. urrant.s in J ntice Oiiver Olson court yesterday aft-rn on. The papTH were served by a Silvls con f table, who rounded up the trio last evening and by mistjik- brought them to the citv Ja,l inieail or the t)unty Ijastile. This morning inforiiir-tions er, (.l-d ly Assihtatit Stite's ATtor Uy Kdwariis in county court and the ineii held ,n capiases Kight i:iform;i tions wero Hli-d agiin.-t Ilaage, the ciiarging gambling, on a churging oper-t'-ing i gmbl'iig hou-e and one on a tharge of maintaining a puL!i'- nuis ance. ltifurmtiou:! charging Ming wive fil"d against Haa". Feu mi und the fornniodcre." None o them U ft u ulila I f,!i... .....I . tin- v:... . . i . - w uuiiu tiij-i i iie .-lima. ;... .Munfi'iiij ft: ft i niive ue- i tre returned to the county j-nl to parted for northern Michigan points! cwail trial. Mr. and Mrs-.. Hert 1)u where ;hev will spend several weeks.' Lr'la'. ?'r.in T" 'a! ar:1 ' I- I" and daughter, Miss Mary. ! EQUIPMENT FOR CAVALRY MAY BE MADE AT ARSENAL tifth stret, have tomorrow for Pe t( sUey, Mic It., v here they w ill make an ext ntled viril. I. P. Welch. 'Zmij Seventh avenue. end J. M. CoHisan, S JS Twenty-fifth I i-tre are sojourn. n? at the hend waters of the Mississippi. Dr. and Mrs. A. Stocker have return ed to thrir home in this city after an Mended western t r:jt through N;w ! Mexico, t'(.!o;c!o and Utah. Mr. and Mr? FranR Wkh o-id son, J Frank Vv'ii h, Jr., tavc -acne to P.alt, -1 moie, !d . ai:d New York C'i'y for a two weeks' visit with relatives. !pk Vi'.:.iii tiula ' l.wli moil's i 'nd., is liere for a two weeks' Visit at TESTS ARE SATISFACTORY i the li ;,ie of hpr father. I ir. J. U. Hoi- ! More witnesses to the fierce stab bing affair Saturday night, which re sulted in the death of Albert Nelson, are Wanted by the coroner's j'ury. At the inquest held yesterday afternoon at the Knox undertaking parlors, a cumber of those who saw the fight were examined, but at the conclusion of their testimony, it was decided to continue the quiz, the jury to recon vene at the call of Coroner R. C. J. Meyer, Moline. SKIP UtT. It is known that as many as 10 or 12 were in the saloon on the night 1 of the assault when Wflliam Deeters slashed Nelson with a pocket knife. MAJOR KELLER IS TO LEAVE CITY? Recent Dispatches from Wash ington Taken to iuean Jer vey to Come Here. i The recent press i.ispatches from Washington to the effect that Major J. .nes P. Jervey who has been en gaged In the Panama canal construc tion is to be assigned to the .Rock Is land office of the United States en gineers. Is taken by Major Charles Kel ler, who is in charge of the local of fice, to mean his transfer. It is expected that Major Jervey will give up his work in the canal zone the last of this month. Inasmsch as Major Jervey is of the same rank, it is Major Keller's belief that he is not to be given a subordinate -position. Major Keller has been here almost four years. LIBRARY BOARD IN MONTHLY MEETING lowbush, iviS Twunty-third street. Mrs. Hugh Ralston and daughter, de- I'eing unable to furnish the heavv bond of $1.1 ) for the former and $.",nii f..-.V. . I. ........ . .. iui n.e ui icr, are guesis or tile s.iei u.. i olivine it it i i:im.u. When questioned by Acting Judge t P. Hell, Hciai'.e deflated he hid for merly been employed as a bartender ly Hert Iu I'rez. lie claimed that he had bought out the place af'er the ar rest of Dii Pre and that he haf l.Ten running; decent, respectable "picnic f rounds." "Why, what am I to do. It'll Fourteenth .street, left today for i I'eoria and will attend the Master I Painters' convention that starts there tomorrow. Mrs. Louise Kurtz of Sears left yes ' tenfay for Chicago w here she will vis it two week" with friends, ic-r daugh ter, .Miss Frieda, and Mrs. Kohk-r will accompany her home. Walter Eiy arrived in the citv and all efforts to locate them has failed. There is one Davenport man who is said tor have be?n in the saloon at the time, and who was a personal friend of Deeters, who may know more about the cutting affray than anyone else. He is said to have taken Deet er's part in the quarrel and he is wanted by the coroner to tell what ' : he knows about the fisht and who If Board Approves Model It Will started it. Therefore the inquest was continued and may be called together tomorrow. FITIIER IS HF.AKI). The jury seeded to investigate the case was composed of. Fred Apple- jquist. S. S. Hull, K. W. Sullivan, G. I B. Jackson, F. E. Morgan and H. J. j Churchill. The first witness was An drew Nelson, father of the dead man, j residing at 1221 Ninth avenue, who is employed as a car inspector for tiie j Rock Island road. He stated his son had been employed at the tool corn- Only routine business was disposed of at the monthly meeting of the li brary board last evening. Various re but some of these have evidently fled!Prts wpre received and bills allowed. the, board authorised tne purchase or II NEW ! 141 PRICES ' j Effective August 1, 1913 . IS Model T Runabout . . $500 ill Model T Touring Car. $550 1 j J ' Model T Town Car . $750 I ill I1 With Full Equipment, f. o. b. Detroit. J Horst & Stricter Co. j ROCK ISLAND, ILL. Mean Big Business for Local Institution. Government Has Eeen Slow in Its Pur cr:cs for This Branch of Army in Past. an electric fan and also the repairing of the stone work on the building. The librarian's report follows:' Magazines and general works, 204; philosophy, 3; religion, 17; sociology, 84; philology, 3; science, IS; indus trial arts, 51; fine arts, 24; literature, 50; travel, 64; history, 78; biography, 27; fiction, 1,801; German fiction, IS; juvenile, 702; total, 3,144. South Park substation, 22; reference, 735; grand total. 3,901. Received from fines, $11.05. If the model considered by the cav alry equipment board at its recent ses-jpanv and previous to that worked on sion at the Rock Island arsenal is ap- j proved Sept. So, as is now the plan, it ; v.'iil ul'imately mean considerable in ; crease in the business at the arsenal. I lor some years the governm j not been purchasing much equipment for this branch of the army, but" there . i .... i i , ,. . . ves- oeeu a cnange in policy wnicn Judre' cjacr.'i.'ted Shorty. "I have iar;y of prominent Davi npnrters com ing it the camp thb; evening and how ran I entertain them? Everything has been ou;et orderly since I took hold of tl ft place." However, the judge terday neon for a brief visit with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. F. G. Ely. 4207 Seventh avenue, hi route to visit his uncle. Dr. El..' at OcheyeJan, iowa. Miss Jessie Whiteeide, 40(i fi Sevent'.i evenuc, and Mrs. Rhea Henrichsen have returned to their homes from fhouid prove advantageous for the big military plant here. I KSTS S ITIKFAC TOIIY. The Army & Navy Register in a re cent issue had the following to say of the tests of the new equipment: "The new cavalry equipment, which cailroad car repairing. He said that his son's wife was dead. He knew nothing of the fight until called to the hospital. Dr. C. F. Freytag told of the in- ent has jt;uiries which Nelson had received and saia mat ueatn was causea loss of blood, wounds, the a gash in exposed part of the bowels. Other THREE DEMOCRATS OUT FOR JUDGE HAND'S PLACE The presence of at least three demo cratic candidates in the primary race for the position on the state supreme bench left vacant by the resignation of Judge Hana of Cambridge is in sured. Judge Charles C. Craig of Gales burg has forwarded his petitions to the secretary of state's office. The other democrats in the race arts Ma goon Harnes of Lacon, and Judge A. E. Burgland of Galva. Through a ruling of the secretary. ACCEPTING BRIBE LEADS TO PRISON Five West Virginia Legislators Are Sentenced to Serve Long Terms. SOLD VOTES FOR SENATOR Marked Money Found on All Accepted as Evidence of Guilt Can Nev er Again Hold Public Office. turned a i!"af ear to the tearful 'plea Knoxvilie, Tetin.. where tlK-y attended I ''s ncinK used experimsntally by troops ftid when the man said (.e could not fnd boiidsin' n. was ordered to the county jail for trial. the summer session of the slate nor mal school and where thev pursued a born jesterday to! Christian Popp, 1:;17 1 A 'a"V'lit r Mr. and Mrs. V:fth avenue. Mrs. II. II. I leturne i for a iiu n'h's vi.si with rela t;ves at I!l::f1s and Springfic'd. li?. it was decided to receive all Detitions WaS Caused by tlie j o ?-; at tha corrot a ri-'c nffio until There were six distinct j midnight last night. It is believed this most severe being wiu conform with the regulation that the abdomen, which : t!,prp must be 40 davs betw een the i time of filing and the primary wounds were on the shoulder, hip, left Webster Springs, Y. Va., Aug. 5. Sentences were imposed on five mem bers of the West- Virginia legislature yesterday by Judge W. S. O'Brien in the superior court. ' The defendants had been convicted of bribery in con nection with the election of a United States senator early in the year. The sentences follow: Delegates S. U. G. Rhodes, Rath Duff and II. F. Asbury, six years each in the penitentiary. Senator B. A. Smith, five years and six months. Delegate Davis Hill, five years. The five were disqualified for life With I trom noIdin8 an" public office or office Christian family would cease to ex 1st." "While the Catfiolic church has made no pronouncement on the matter oi woman suffrage, the Catholit phil06 rhyof life is opposed to it. However, we are not centering our activities in opposition to women suffrage, but rath er in a plan for the future. The pres ent unrest has resulted in the enfran chisement, of woman in several states. These women would exert an evil iiv fluence by means of the ballot if a con servative body of women was not in the field tp counteract their Influence.'' Find Dog in Grave. Chicago, Aug. 5. A newly dug grave discovered by detectives near the spot where the mutilated body of 14-year-old Bennie Holstein was found, was opened today. In stead of a human body, a carcass of a dog was disclosed. the primary coming on September 13, the officials have managed to count in forty days between midnight and Sep tember 13. leg and other parts of tiie body. Dr. W. D. Snivel substantiated him. F. K-WITNKSS. An eve witness to the fight followed. Irving L. Lynch, lOCi Sixteenth j rfZ street, at whose place Nelson roomed, 1 1 told of going to Suttefn's saloon, 1321 S. Second avenue about 11:30 Saturday ai.iifkt rji.o. night, and finding a big crowd assem-1 The funeral of Albert Nelson, whose bled. The entire party was ordered ; ,,.Jth rocl,it(,rt frnm tninrips received OBITUARY B and D. 11th cavalry, was subjected to exacting tests during the march special advanced studies in kiudergar-! of tnat regiment from Fort Oglethorpe, ten work. ! Ga., to the cavalry camp neir Winchee- -C I I trr. Va. In general, the equipment was II PERSONAL POINTS jCRIFfVin POfFQ Tft Mc und satisfactory, only minor changes , - jrnlCnlLJ lJmllO IU being found advisable. Probably the , 1 wooaen Fiae bars of the saddle vrll be f l I I III. UIILIIH L U ' ...... ;.. . i. i Kin ifi r oi.-tiiiirn . a a 111 me cemer nirn. .uipv':j t.... i i t.:..i.j i.: . . i. w. . ...ww. isalu ueeie. kickou Nelson. 1221 Ninth avenue, at Joe Miiler. who was arrested June ; front8 of tIle bars will ' be curled out-1 stomach. and that aUer NeIson !'ad ! o'clock tomorrow morning. Burial will 2 at the Rock Islitv! station. Dav- w a. dly to give greater freedom nf ae. ! . . " ..." ' . ! a" '"'"" be in Chippiannock cemetery and mem . - - - - non Qnnwen innr inn nipwnnpi nnii tion of the shoulder blades of lhe't. . j . , , . , ... ",au- ,ue been punctured and tiie trousers filled horse. There also will be provided felt ' ..,. r.i,... n w r. !.u i ii'.Mumt Him i a u i r. , , , ; i u i f i i uui paus tot tue eiae oars in 1 j ... i i i F.:.rihoio, rii .., i. , t .h I crowd of people, was released from r , ",e :..! and the man rushed to tae hospital. h-,,, t ,' rnr ,:Pr v m ' ! custody of the s'teritT todav. lie had : tn'n L,, ' . ' uZZ.. Mrs. Rose Lynch, mother of tl, - ....r,.., .... ..'...,i, ... ij. . ii.r llvjacB lJ-it:tv. IJI-. . . . . ., . . , , r. . . utruuiB wiiiitfo, biaieu iiiui. bile utu ticuiarly after losing flesh. The corona i ... , . , , . . , , . 'known Nelson for seven years and u..i luuiiii iu K've a less numuer oi tl"v and son have' jenpe-rt, fur fie theft of a pocketbuok, jand whoe act wa; seen bv a big i i I crowd of people, was released from custody of tlie sheriff today. He had ' been held under Cl.ooj bondi on a ! larceny charge and tiiis morning a j frici'd from Chicago blew into town iatid paid 10 Jl'io bills to tiie police I ina'Ti-tr-ite as the bond for appearance 'and Miller is once more breathing the ! free air. out at closing time. He heard the ' Salurday night at the hands of Wil- argument neiween uie two men ana Hara Deeters win beheld at the home saw the fight. He slated that Nelson' f n,rentc, vr anit irst Andrew 1221 Ninth avenue, at 9 bers of Camp No. 3p9, Modern Wood man of America, will assist in the services at the grave. .Vi.8 Mu.mK- Robertson, '.iuTt Fif teenth street, left for an extended va cation trip at various point's iu Wis consin. M'os Ina Ston-v lin Twenty-third I'reet. has departed for tlie h'kes in Vi.'.vorihiii where she v ill t-'pend her aeation. i Mi.s Anna Mcit -reinery and M- KNIGHTS WILL HAVE Mae OC-i'iicr leave tomorrow fori u, n . 'i ty. Man tou and ether , ho es EXCURSION THURSDAY In Colorado. , . .... The r.3Nt regular meeting of Al'ouez Mr .rw.d Mrs. T. II. Dolly. !C,1 Twen- ..... , . I . .men. Knights of Col.imuus. will i tak.' place this evening. The tri-city cutias day vv 11 he ip for considera tion. A mooalight excursion is to he h' Id Thuriday eve ning cn ihe steamer Sidney. sore backs than either the service : blanket or hair saddle pads. The pom I m?l rch of th snddle w ill be strenrun , cr.ed. The method of carrying the , ri.T.' was found satisfactory, but it W3S j tound that the smai. of the stock on Mrs. Rose Lynch, mother of the pre- it "she years that he was a steady and industrious worker, and that his only fault was that he drank too much when "out with the boys." fkmks Ko i.i:ix;k. Denying any knowledge of what the the left side near the bottom of the ! Struggle between his two customeri ! guard was worn by contact with metal ! was about, August Sutern, saloon ' loon of the retaining strnn. buf thi 1 keeper, told of ordering tlie entire can be rcmedi?d easily. Some change will be made in th.-- car.tie-rcn support, to otviate objections incident to the placing of the saddles on racks when not in use. Thursday Will Break all Records at the House of YOUNG & McCOMBS Read their ad today on page 7 CHARLES DRUCKMILLER HAS HIS ANKLE INJURED Charles Druckrr.i'.ier w hile paint ng a house for Paul Bartholomew, 741 Thirty-fourth street, sustained a dis located ankle yesterday afternoau at 4 o'clock when the scaffo ding fell wi'h l.im. His brother George was also shaken up by the accident. COLORED FIGHTER IS GIVEN A FINE Ed. Butier. who has been in the county jail for 25 days, came into county court yesterday afternoon and plead guilty of taking part in a boxing contest in violation of the orders from i the state attorney's office. He wast fined Jl and costs. j All the jews j Argus. all tie time ' nortr nut t rlrcin rr 5 -- I In i ho did not know, of the discussion until the officer awakened him at his home some time later. One of the most important witnesses was W. M. H off el, 407 Second avenue, trucker employed at the Milwaukee. He says the heated argument arose over who. received the most wages. I "I thought they w ere kidding," de jclared the witness, "until blows were I struck and then I ducked and stoodJ ! behind the oil company's sign where 1 1 saw Nelson hit Deeters in the eye. ' Deeters was knocked down. Nelson was the aggressor ali the way. Nel son once cried: 'For God's take, oh, for morM-'n c ri i t. taVa litm n fT l-fo'a Irill- The iSag me.' " J Julius Hartz, Night Captain Kram- MRS. AT)X 1IK1SKMIOTH. A large number of sympathising friends attended the funeral services of the late Mrs. Anton Deisenroth, which was held at 2:30 this afternoon at the home, 130S Fourth avenue. The services were in charge of Dean J. J. Quinn, rector of - St. Joseph's Catholic church and interment was in Chippiannock cemetery. FRANK (;KIISS. Dispatches from Buffalo, N. Y. sta'e that Frank Gross, aged 62, brother of Fred Gross and Mrs. A. Hueber, both of thi3 city, died last evening at his -fcome, 34 Franklin street. North Tona- wanda, N. Y. after a three weeks' iil ness. Burial will be made there Thursday morning. of trust. After the sentences were imposed an arrest of judgment and stay of ex ecution for ninety days was allowed to permit attorneys for the defendants to make appliaction for appeals to tho state supreme court. Bonds of $5,000 each were given. M ARKV.II MOAF.V I SI'.t). "Private detectives employed by the public prosecutor caused the arrest of the five legislators in Charleston Feb. 11, charging they had paid each pris oner for his vote in the senatorial con test. Marked money was found on each prisoner. Two other legislators, George S. Van Meter and Rev. T. J. Smith, were indicted on misdemeanor charges in the same scandal, but have not been tried. WOULD RECOGNIZE STATE OF WAR ACROSS THE RIO Washington, Aug. 5. Recognition of of "a state war in Mexico" and of American neutrality between the "be ligeren's" was demanded in a resolu tion introduced by Representative Stephens of Texas today. LEAVES HOSPITAL ONLY TO MEET WITH A FATAL FALL Joliet, III., Aug. 5. Five minutes after he had been discharged from St. Joseph's hospital, where he was be ing treated for a broken arm, Louis W. Gardner fell over a railing on his way out of the hospital and broke his neck. He died immediately. He was 60 years old. NOTED PAINTER IS DEAD George Hitchcock Passes Away on Is land North of Amsterdam. , London, Aug. 5 Word was received here yeg-.erday of the death last Sat urday at Marken island, a short dis tance north cf Amsterdam, of George Hitchcock, . the painter. Death re sulted from heart failure. CATHOLIC LEAGUE TO OPPOSE SUFFRAGISTS Buffalo, N. Y., Aug. 5. The organiz ation of a Catiholic Women's league that proposes to counteract the ten dencies of the women's movement, in cluding their demand for the use of the balIotk marked yesterday's ses sion of the German Roman Catholic central verein. which is holding its convention here. Branches of the league will be form ed in all parts of the country, it was stated by Mrs. Joseph Frey, t,he hon orary presldfnt. "The feminist movement," sa'd Mrs. Frey, "is being promoted by women whose views are decidedly pagan. If their demands w ere 'to be realized, the FARMER'S WIFE ALMOST A WRECK I Restored to Health by Lydia E. 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