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THE BOCK ISLAND . AUG ITS. TUESDAY. SEPTEMBER 16, 1913. rmi.liiiuiiiiiMiiuilniiiiiii-iini'tniiinaiiltiluillUiUl'imil.l'HMulu MOLINE'S SECTION OF THE ARGUS Day's News Happenings in Rock Island's Sister City Put Yourself In NEGLECTS WOUND; DEATH IS RESULT Italian Laborer Employed by C. R. I. & P. at Silvia Dies in . Bunk Car.' CORONER HOLDS INQUEST Injury to Finger Followed by Blood Poisoning Physician Called at Last Moment. Blood poisoning, due to a neglected Injury to a finger, caused the death ; yesterday afternoon of Giarnl -Palml-casBa, an Italian employed by the Rock Island road as laborer in Silvis. His death occurred in the bunk car in which he and his companions made their home. An inquest was held in the evening by Coroner R. C. J. Meyer at the Schafer undertaking rooms in Kant Moline and the verdict was in accordance with the foregoing. How the injury was sustained none of the laborers associated with Palmi cassa appears to know. In the be ginning it probably was only a slight abrasion of the skin. No attention was paid to it and swelling st in and the Injured man was eventually con fined to his bunk. rilVMMAN FINALLY CALLED. Yesterday afternoon Dr. Louis D. Bat-din was called by some of the bunkniates of the patient. Going to the car the phvHlclan found the case an almost hopeless one. The swelling had been communicated to the arm and body and the patient was In great pain. Pressing the injury as best he could the physician left to make ar rangements for the removal of Palml cassa to the city hospital and when he returned half an hour later the man was dad. ralmitas.sa was 3j years of age and is said to have a wife and children in Italy. Midland Motor company, state that the sale of tbeeffects of the bankrupt concern heretofore announced ' for Tuesday, Sept 23, will .take place at the plant on First street, East Moline, beginning at 10 a. m. FALLS THROUGH A PLATE WINDOW C. P. Skinner Slips and Plunges Head Foremost Into Glass - Hands Cut. Charles P. Skinner plunged head foremost through a 10x10 plate glass window at the entrance of the Tri-City Piano company's display rooms on Fif teenth street, near Fifth, avenue, yes terday. Spectators who helped him o.ut of the debris thought for a time he had been seriously injured, but it was found that cuts about the hands constituted practically the only dam age inflicted. His hat saved his head from injury. Mr. Skinner was walking rapidly as he approached the window and his foot slipped on the steel floor at the entrance. To save himself he thrust his hands out against the glass, which gave way with a crash and he fell through the opening. He was given first aid at the Lindvall drug store. ONE DAIRY IN 78 IS BLACKLISTED Inspectors Find Improvement in Sources of the City's Milk Supply. Of the 98 dairies furnishing milk to the city, inspected during the last few weeks by Inspectors John Wiede raan and John H. Wood, but one has been found In such bad condition that it was thought necessary to resort to the blacklist. ReDeatedly warned that he must Albrecht'a bird won first in the fly from Bureau Sunday, with a bird en tered by C. Lalleman coming in sec ond Ninety-three birds took part in the flight. SUE TO COLLECT SMALLPOX BILLS Prospect Which Faces Holders of $2,000 Claims Against East Moline. WOMEN WHO BEAT ANOTHER FINED Mrs.' De Vliegher and Mrs. De Voorde Guilty of Disorderly Conduct. Mrs. Julius De Vliegher and her sis ter Mrs. Melein De Voorde, who were arrested Sept 5 after a sensational attack upon Mrs. Van Atte, a widow living near Sixteenth avenue and Twentv-fifth Btrpet wer flnprl S14.S0 xnose naving mils against casi iuu- today in police court, the charee beine line incurred during the smallpox epi- disorderly conduct. It is probable hi. M0th nf handHne milk i demic last winter will have to sue to ; that the containing witness will al- the proprietor of this one dairy ha3 collect. This is the general imprea always replied that the city of Moline i Bion tnat gas resulted from, the turn- A GET-TOGETHER MEETING WYLAND RELEASED ON A HEAVY BOND Guido Wyland, the young man who was arrested yesterday on complaint of three .small boys, was released this morning on $3,500 bonds and tils case continued until Saturday morning at 9 o'clock in Justice Entriken's court. The charge against Wyland is crime against children. SWEARS TO NEW COMPLAINT AFTER PAYING STIFF FINE After being fined $54.85 for assault and battery yesterday, T. Thueneyck, proprietor of a boarding house in the New Shops addition to East Moline, swore out a warrant for disturbing the peace against Louis La-bre, the High School Pupils Will Have Bonfire Friday Evening. A rally caIci-! tfd to stir up the football enthusiajni of the students j complaining witness. Latbra has been will bo held in the runaway below the i boarding with Thueneyck and Satur- n.gn srnooi next hrtdsy evening. Foot- day night the landlord gave him a pan ana omer auiu-uc nerocs or tne fearful beating. In police court the rchool, past and present, will be asked complaining witness appeared with his to speak. Tnere win De a bonfire, raa-;face swollen and discolored, Bhowing the severity of the drubbing he had received. Thueneyck plead guilty. can t tell him how lie snail run nis business and so no improvements have been made, according to Commission er E. L. Eastman. Notices were sent to this man today to discontinue send ing his product to this city and the peddler, who has been handling his milk, was warned that he must cease handling the supply of this particular dairy on pain ot forfeiture of license. While a number of the other dairies inspected were not in as gJod condir tion as they should be it was thought that all except the one mentioned would pass muster. Some of the; dairies are located in Henry county. As a result of the inspection eigh peddlers whose licenses have been withheld till conditions laid down by the health department were complied with will be duly authorised to dis tribute milk in Moline. In all these I cases the suggestions made as to correction of insanitary methods were heeded and the desired changes made. ing down of the claims by the board of supervisors last week. A majority of the aldermen take the view that if' the county will not pay the bills, amounting to nearly $2,000, it is up to the township to meet them.. They contend that bills for cases in the township outside of the city would be paid for by the township and that so swear out warrants for assault and battery, a state charge. She has been under the care of a physician since the assault, she says. Mrs. Van Atte was attacked early in the morning, dragged from her bed by her hair and beaten and kicked by the angry women, accord ing to her story. She had incurred the ill will of the sisters by harboring Mrs. De Vliegher's two daughters af ter they had been driven from home Via ? t -r tjtvi 1 A V.A inranAllnH ft etanrl ! " uC -.by their mother. The two girls, Pru- its share thus furnishing basis for -a dence and and re claim that the township should accept uauuuy in me cases wuicu uayycucu. FIRE DESTROYS BARN WITH A LOSS OF $100 Fire, the origin of which has not to have occurred in the city. The bills are for groceries, doctors' fees and fuel furnished free to afflicted families while they were under quar antine. The city council is expected to take some formal action with ref erence to the bills at its next session. once and their mother and aunt tried to break into Mrs. Van Atte'a apart ments, but were dissuaded by a crowd. Next morning they are al leged to have risen early, crawled Into the house through a window and made the assault. CHURCH TO OBSERVE PAYING OFF OF DEBT Payment of the last of the indebted ness of the First Christian church will be celebrated Thursday evening with the burning of the mortgage. A tcr.alri for which will he solicited from among the merchants. E. P. Nutting, It. .W. Falrchild and Ben Wood are making arrangements for the meeting. Sale at the Plant. Notices which are being sent out by E. I). McC'ulloch, trustee for the I Going to Road Congress. E. W. Woodcock of this city has been selected to represent this county at the American good roads congress to be held at Detroit during the week of Sept, 29. BICYCLE RIDERS MUST KEEP OFF SIDEWALKS The commissioner of public health and safety issued a warning today that prosecution of those violating the city ordinances by riding bicycles on the sidewalks will be the rule from now on. Numerous complaints have been filed, particularly by those who been explained, destroyed a barn and program in which a number of outside have occasion to walk on Fifteenth a number of outbuildings in the rear i pastors will take part has been ar of the home of Oscar Johnson, 2413 ranged. The last of the debt was paid Fifth avenue, at 4:30 Monday after- off a week ago after a campaign in noon. The loss is $700, partly covered which $700 was raised, giving a by insurance. Contents of the barn ! nucleus for a. fund for an addition to were valued at $200. Considerable the building. Rev. Robert E. Henry headway had been made by the fire! of Niantic, 111., who was pastor here before the department arrived and lit-j at the time the church was built, will tie could be done beyond preventing be present, and other pastors coming damage to surrounding property. Sev-jare Rev. M. E. Cbatley of Rock Island eral sheds which were already ablase and Rev. John T. Houser of Daven- were destroyed, In addition to the barn, port. Shape to take advantage of any opportunity that presents itself. That is how enterprising people make money A little ready cash, accumulating in the savings department of the German Trust & Savings bank is just what you will need to command your oppor German Trust & Savings Bank ROCK ISLAND, ILLINOIS JUilniinill Mi mi ;: n 1 1 iTTTTTTi 11 1 iiliiuinili;illiniiililiiliill'llillniiiiliiiiiiliiiliiiilini,'iiiK:n.liiMii;i;::iiiii;iiiiin of which only a few timbers of the frame were left standing. NEARS CLOSE OF SEASON OLYMPICS AND ILLINI TO USE BROWNING FIELD Sunday afternoon football games at Browning field this fall will be those participated In by either the Olympics or the Illini teams. Other elevens will !2E TV ff'B.'IWW 'WHir -"7" ' '- ,mwm mim, H'lMllJlwutm umjM! I n M fv- s iPx6; vTy But Two More Pigeon Flights Will B Held This Fall. Two more Sunday pigeon flights will be held by the local pigeon club and be compelled to yield to these organ then the season will be closed. Charles ! izations and play either in the morn ings or as curtain raisers to the main contests. This has been decided by Commissioner L. O. Jahns. The Olym pics will open the season Sept. 28 and the Illini will have the following Sunday. The two will thus alternate through the season. The only other ! elevens asking for recognition are the Blue Blazers and the Crescents, both newly organized. avenue, between Fifteenth and Six teenth streets. Injury to Hand. Fred Masters, living at Eleventh street and Twelfth avenue. Rock Is land, lost three fingers of his left hand, which was badly crushed. The accident occurred this afternoon in fhe Silvis shops while he and a Greek la borer were operating a whip saw. The saw suddenly snapped and rebounded with terrific force, causing the injury. The right hand of the Greek was bad ly lacerated. "The men were brought to Moline on a work car and given medical attention. BALLOT SOON TO HOLLAND WOMEN The Hague, Sept. 16. There Is every indication women will shortly be giv en the parliamentary franchise In Hol land. In a speech from the throne, de livered at opening of the states genral, today, the new Dutch cabinet stated its intention of granting the vote to women. The speech from the throne says a bill is to be introduced removing all constitutional obstacles in the way of granting suffrage to women. The same bill wijl revise the Dutch con stitution In such a way a3 to extend the parliamentary franchise to all male Dutch subjects reaching a certain age, with exceptions to be determined later. The bill will be prepared without de lay. ' Tvns the boy that never grudged rope "to a poor body." Remarkable Dogs. A German cobbler and his wife had two dogs, a St. Bernard six months old and n fox terrier three years old. A friend calling one day said to the cob bler. "Those are two fine dogs you have." "Yes." replied the cobbler, "und de funny part of it Is daf. de biggest dog la de littlest one." His wife then spoke up and ex plained: "Yon must mine hnslmnd egscuse. He slipeaks not very good English. lie means the oldest dos is de youngest one." Chicago Uecord-IIerald. vLSlil rr i f T rrrs tsf ti awn riLiiii This low fare is effective for sixteen days. only. If you consider moving to California, this is your opportunity to go out and look over the ground. Liberal stopovers ullowed, visit Denver and Salt Lake City enroute. It will cost much more than the above fare after October 10th. Many have gone to California with very little capital and become wealthy. The opportunities are just as plentiful now;. Make your reservation today on the Pacific Limited Leaves Chicago daily at 10:45 a. m, from Union Station, Canal and Adams Sts. Arrives third morning, San Fran cisco 8:50 a. m; Los Angeles 10:00 a. m. Latest type Tourist Sleepers. Excellent Dining Car service. ' Chicago, Milwaukee & St Paul Union Pacific Line Last Meeting. The Scandinavian Temperance union has decided to hold its last meeting of the summer at Prospect park, Sun day afternoon, Sept 28. There will be an active campaign made by mem bers of the union this winter, with a view of putting the lid on in this dis trict. Plans for the campaign will be announced later. 14 Ogden to San Francisco via Southern Pacific Ogden to Los Angeles via Salt Lake Route For specific information about California or any of the various , pursuits, address r. t.ni.rkk. c a. Hi irWr Si. J. V. Trtl. T. P. A. 311 W. FtfUt Si. Ik MaiBM, Ua W. fl. Urnmrtt. . A. Si W. JxkMi SiTi, m. V. Siruut. . A, 142 S. Clark St. HEAD OF STATE LUTHER AT QUARTERLY MEETING J. Axel Nelson, president of the Lu ther league of Illinois and member of the executive committe of the Luther league of America, will be the chief speaker at the September quarterly meeting of the trl-city district league this evening in the First Swedish Lutheran church of this city. His topic will be "The League That Thrives" and those who have heard him know that what he has to say will be worth listening to. The program will be fol lowed by a social hour and the local society will serve refreshments. Correspondingly Low Fares to Nevada BECK, MOLINE PITCHER, IS DRAFTED BY PHILADELPHIA George Beck, the Moline youth, who has made a rapid rise as a baseball pitcher during the last two years, was drafted by the Philadelphia Nationals yesterday. It had been supposed that either Cincinnati or the St. Louis Browns would get him. Beck played with the Tigers here for several years and in the fall of 1911 had a trial with Henderson in the Kitty league. In 1912 he played with that club all season and last spring he went to Nashville, where he made a brilliant showing. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. John E. Beck, 1515 Twenty-fifth avenue. An Arab Honeymoon. For seven days after the wedding the Arab bride and . bridegroom are snpposed not to leave their room. The bride may see none of her own family and only the women folk of her hus band.' who wait on her. She remains in all her wedding finery and paint and does absolutely nothing.. The bride groom generally slips out at nlgbt aft er three days and sees a few friends privately, but be persistently hides from his w!fe"s family, and should he by accident meet his father-in-law be fore the seven days are over he turns his back and draws bis burnoose. or haik, over his face. This Is their view of a honeymoon, and they grow aa weary of it as any European couple do of their enforced continental tour. Wide World Magazine. Can't Etcaps Lima Salt. In answer to a communication from a lay correspondent, who expresses bis belief that "the lime in common water has much to do with bringing on old age." the London Lancet snys that while that opinion is common, it is, of course, fatuous. To those people who believe that water is the only possible channel by which lime salts are con veyed to the organism the writer says. "Lime salts are inseparable from the common, everyday articles of food, so that If hard water were left out of the dietary there would sUU be secured a large Intake ot time salts, which could only be avoided by a hunger strike." sn II OBITUARY RECORD II MRS. CHARLES WILL WEBBER, Mrs. F. E. Pearson has received news of the death of her mother, Mrs. Charles Wullwebber at her home in Dubuque. She was 76 years of age and had been an invalid six years She was one of the pioneers of the city. RACHAEI STRIET. Funeral services for Rachael Striet, S-weeks'-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Adelph Striet, residing on the Coa town road, were held this morning at Sacred Heart church. Rev. J. B. Culemans officiating and interment be ing made at St. Mary's cemetery. The child died Sunday. Merchant Police Renamed. Chris Terkleson and George Scholt feldt, formerly special merchant police men, have been again engaged for the coming winter. INDICT FOR SPANKING DAD President Hanley of Franklin College Must Answer Charges of Attack. Terre Haute, Ind., Sept 16. Rev. Elijah M. Hanley, president of Frank lin. college, late yesterday was indict ed by the Vigo county grand jury on a charge of assault and battery, grow ing out his attack on his father, Cal vin Hanley, on last Thursday. Presi dent Hanley is said to be at Franklin, Ind., and the Rev. C. M. Parker, a member of the board of trustees of the institution, told court officials last night that Hanley would appear when want"'. The Hanging Judge. When Lord Norbury. "the hanging Judge," as he was called in Ireland. was sentencing a man to death for stealing a watch he said: "My gopd fellow, you made a grasp at time and caught eternity." Nothing seemed to please Lord Nor bury more than the continual uproar in court created by his puns. "What is your occupation, my honest man?" he asked a witness. "Please, your lordship, I keep a racket court" "So do I,".snld the Judge. When Lord Norbury was being bur led the grave was so deep that the ropes by which the undertaker was let ting down the coffin didn't reach to the bottom. The coffin was left hanging midway while somebody went for new ropes. "Aye." cried one In the crowd, "give him. rope enonshi don't stint him. He Fielding's Turning Point. England's censorship of the drama caused Fielding ,to turn from play writing to novel writing. Fielding began his literary career as a dramat ist and by his political satires brought about the establishment of the censor ship In 17:57. the bill being Introduced by Walpoie one of Fielding's victims. With playwritlug thus barred to him. be turned bis attention to the uovel. San Francisco On motion of the government the Diggs-Oaminettl sen tences were postponed again until Sept. 17. v SOAP doe big washing quickly and Jf i l-il 00 boiling, oo hard Jr We Buy and Sell Deere and Company Moline now Co. Root & Van Dervoort stocks Inquiries Solicited. LITTEN & ROBERTS Stocks, Bonds, Mortgages. Peoples National Bank Building Rock Island, I1L i Woman and Clothe. One can't help thinking what a col orless life a man is forced to lend when one reflects that chiffon and Venetian point and band embroidery and Irish crochet are to him mere empty words, whereas a woman, whether she is In terested in babies, or microbes, or hus bands, or poetry, or servants, or paral lelograms, or gardens, or Plato, or bridge. Is fundamentally and always interested In clothes. "Daddy Long legs." by Jean Webster. In a Dilemma. "What are you cryiog for. BolibieT "Boo-boo: Willie's broke his arm. an' If I lick him all the fellers will say I'm a coward." -Why don't yon wait Oil be' well?" "Boo-hoot can't lick bim then." St Paul Pioneer Press ooocooooococoeoooooocooooo "They're Coming Back" I oooooooooooooooooooooocooo 1 SPECIALISTS FOR DISEASED ME! WHO ARE WOKKJXO EVERY DAY, WHO A HE NOT SICK ENOUGH TO DE IM RED, MIOLID NOT WAIT I, XIII. SICKNESS LAYS '1 UEM lf. TUCV SHOULD CONSULT AT ONCE AN HONEST DOCTOR Who Will Render Them High-Class Service. Thoua. nds of young- and old men can look back at their Liyhood days or early manhood with a elKh ot remorse. .BLOOD and CHKON1C LlSEAaiiS sap tne very lite ad vitality of the victim. If you are a vic tim of any chronic disease, consult us flrst. Don't waste time or money experimenting with patent med icines or common treatments. Our large oflii-es are equipped with all the latevt appliances.. Including tha X-ray. When you treat with us you are not expert- i-iivitiTin merited on. but we start you rlht ln with the same treatment that has cured thousauds of others. The manv vp.Vv 1... lence In this spec-laity has placed us beyond the experimental ftar We .u.-ce..IuHr trvet Ntrv.u. Debility, V.rco.r vubS! Enlaced Wo t-te, Meer., ftorea, Wood Il.n, Klde, .d BlndTler li,.d TTl ud Rectal UUea.et.1 Hert. !.. r.iarra, Mumark a"d "br DlJLw! Ant Vflll NKHYOUS "1 despondent; weak or deb'mate ur Alit lUU mo"'in!,; ,no amb.lion-llfcless; memory poor! eas Vu. , ,Uy rtued: "citable and irritable; eyei sunken. ?ed and blurred; p mples on face; resiles, haggard-looking; wtak back bone pains; hair loose; ulcers, sore throat; varicose veins; lack of en ergy and coritidence? faeek the counsel and aid of an honest doctor of this kind, who offers you a helping band. We will aid 4-ou to rise above your wrongdoing, and make a man oi you. We offer you honest, faith ful service new. auvanced treatment, expert skill and reasonable charg es. Patients from out ul town need cot remain here, but caa return home same day. GUARANTEED CURES .,s?lh- MwiuiiiiiibiiV VV'IUU hesitated at P:t to come to us on account of never having received relief elsewhere, and they had al most become so skeptical us to think there was no cure for them. We want an opportunity to treat Just such men. and it makes no difference how marry have failed to cure yu. Come io'us for an examination any way and it will not cost you a dollar. We will not accept pay tor any services unless we believe your case curable. o don't hesitate, if you have any diseases or weakness peculiar to uu. but come at once, fevery. thing strictly confidential. COPENHAGEN KEN SPECIALISTS SIl Fifteenth St., (Serovd I'loor), MOLIMK, II. U. 1 HoursOpen only on Wednes days frcm' 2 In the afternoon un til 8 In the evening and Friday evening 7 to t. and Bunrtay mornings. S to 12. During other days call at Davenport office. N. W. Cor. Fvarth aad Urnily Street, . . tlm raport, lama. Honrs Every day. t a. m. to I p. m, exrept Wednesday. Wednesday Hu.'.-'i, to 12 only. Tuesday and Sat urday evenings, 7 to . Closed on Sundays.