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THE ROCK ISKAND ARGUS. WEDXKSpAY. OCTOBER 8, 1913.
DAY IN DAVENPORT Find Friend In Davenport -Destl-j tute end halt-starved, having traveled the entire distance from New Haven, Conn., to Davenport In a single wagoa drawn by an aged borae whose days of usefulness were Ions since past, Mr. and Mrs. M. Roweaky and six children arrived In Davenport Monday night. The parents were weary from hunger and travel. The children were half . starred and suffering "from ex posure. The strange outfit - was brought o tfie attention of the Daren port police and the mother and five children were taken to the detention borne for the night t be cared for. The fa -her and oldest son, a lad of 15. Tpent the night In the wagon- Rowe sky told a story of hardship and re verses that caused him to leave bis borne city. New Haven, and start with bis little family on their westward Journey, In search, he said, of a Jew ish settlement, where they could begin life all over again. They had but litO money when they left New Haven, and with this they purchased provisions, the remnants of which. "hardly fit, to et, were found in the wagon on their arrival here. Minne apolis is their Journey's end, the man declared. Yesterday morning, after a good night's rest in warm beds and good substantial food, the family de parted for the northwest. They ha been given money by 'ocal people who wcre interested in the case. ' Appointed Chief Clerk. Thomas J Madden, revising rate clerk in the local freight office of the C. M. ft St P. railway, has been appointed chief clerk in tjie commercial agent's office of the company, to succeed Oscar B. Nehls, recently resigned to go to California. Licensed to Wed. The following marriage llcensf-s were Issued yester day: Moses Juber, Calamus, Iowa and Catharina Van Borssum. Peoria, IU.; Harvey L. Wiles, Dee Moines and Elsie E.- Rathmann, Walcott. Davenport Prosperous. There is more money in the Davenport city treasury at the present time than ever beforejn the history of the munici pality; more than a half million dol lars in all. tie amount collected from the city taxes and from the 1100.000 bond issue recently made. This does not represent the total amount from the annual tax collection. There still remains to be collected something like 175,000. The city was never In better financial condition than It Is at the present time. The $100,000 bond issue was necessary to cover the ex penses incurred by the bis; Division street grading project, the city's por tion of the expense of the thirteenth district sewer sysem, the cost of in stalling the new police call system, and outstanding sewer and grading certificates. The complaints on the city tax levy were fewer this year Shan ever before, according to City Treasurer W. G. Noth. Putnam Returns from Europe. E. K. Putnam returned Monday night from a three months' stay in Europe, Mr. Putnam visited practically all of th principal museums in England, France, Germany, Denmark and Swe den studying relics of pre-hlstorlc man found In Europe. While In Eng land Mr. Putnam attended the meeting of the Museums Association of Eng land at Hull and also the British Asso ciation for the Advancement of Sciences, held at Birmingham. Turners to Give Concert The Sing ing society of tha Northwest Daven port Turners will give a concert at the Northwest Davenport Turner ball, Saturday evening, October 11. A program consisting of chorus num- CHICAGO TEACHER IS BEST DRESSED IN AMERICA, SAYS MRS. ELLA FLAGG YOUNG Since Instruction In art became part of lue curriculum of the Chicago pub- A lie schools, the school teachers of that jr , city have become the best dressed 't teachers in the country. At least Mrs. Ella Flagg Young, Chicago superln- v7C V tendent of schools and a country-wide s V1'- school traveler, thinks so. Z. '' tr X?n'Z. "It is entirely due to the studv of fT v v jj V - :,vC vV7t . I jr. ;: rSf 'f-'v;v: 1 1 U .. i "? . -' .11" '' 'rrrj x . - i' i 2 4 i :5:S v1i i- y-i h , - . , Typically 'dressed Chicago school tsachtr. art in the schools." said Crs. Young. "The careful matching of colors in dressing has been acquired by the children and by the mothem of the children. Formerly mothers, gave in possible colors to their children to sew into dresses, but now the chil dren are taught the matching of col ors from kindergarten up, and they teach the parents." This New Illustrated Book For Every Reader CKTffJSHEIaTATlON PRI31NTID-BY THE EOCK ISLAND ARQUS. OCT. 8 W Hi fei . AS EXPLAINED BELOW Sec the Great Canal in Picture and" Prose - Read now You May nave It Almost Free Cat m (he nup. m4 erwt It at thla aA wbh th as-1 f anmat hrl ar paaM tl mjlm wtortc4 (wb)rk cwi tbj ItnM Im mm mt pwktn. im tram tia tmrlmrr. obevkaas. dark htrm as4 taar air iry AvXf KAala !!, a ad rarira yaar tltmif af . i bets and instrumental and vocal num bers, baa been arranged for ue oc casion. . - Verdict tor Plaintiff. A verdict! m favor of the plaintiff for 11,008.58 was returned by the Jury Monday after noon in the district court in the case of Leonard Schlopkohl against the C, R. I. & P. Railway company. Damages were for the repairs on the plaintiffs automobile and personal Injuries sus tained by him when bis machine was struck by a Rock Island train near Durant Judge C. M. Waterman and t. Waterman of the firm of Lane & Waterman appeared for tha plain tiff. Cook & Balluff and George Ban nister cf Des Molnea defended the railway company. Charged With Robbery. Informa tion was filed yesterday afternoon against John Doyle charging him with robbery. The amount named is Siz.zo. Doyle 1 alleged to have relieved Dominick Anueto of the amount in Bettendorf soma time ago. The man was placed under arrest several days ago and was being held pending an in vestigation of the charge. He had a preliminary hearing in police court this morning. On Hunting Trip, A party of Dav enporters consisting of William Cham berlln. John Ballard. Dr. Herman Pape. Major Hot of the arsenal, James W. Bollinger. Dick Englebardt, Sam T. White and Dr. A. W. Elmer left laat night for a bunting trip of several weeks In Nebraska. Practically the same men have made tha annual trip for over a score of years. They will bunt ducks, grouse and prairie chick- 'en. In Nebraska the party will be Joined by S. F. Gilman and B. J, Wright of NeJigh. H. H. Tredway of Dubuque will-accompany the party. Divorce Petitions Josephine J. Wehrlen, through her attorney, Alfred Parsons, filed yesterday petition for divorce against ber husband, Edmund Wehrlen, alleging cruel and inhuman treatment They wene married at Crown Point. Ind.. June 10, 1909. The plaintiff asks that ber former name, Josephine J. Carpenter be restored to her. Petition for divorce was filed yesterday by Lena'Wahltmaa against William Wahltman, alleging desertion as the grounds. They were married at Fort Dodge, Sept 2. 1911, according to the petition filed by Attorneys Ruy- maun & Ruymann.iand lived 'togetjier until Oct of the same year. Obituary Record. Charles L. Tail- men, .well known contractor who has resided in Davenport for many 'years, suffered a paralytic stroke and died shortly afterward at bis home, 1139 M West Third etreet at noon yesterday, iU3 oeceasea was, 65 years of age. He was preparing bis dinner at the time the stroke came on blm and when found by neighbors shorUy afterward life was extinct. He it survived by one son, Edward Tallmon, of the real estate firm of Heesch, Carstens & Tallmon. Claus Lensch, 76 years old, died Monday at the home of his daughter, Mrs. J. F. Schroeder. near Blue Grass after a lingering illness. Deceased was born at Borgstdt bel Rendsburg, Holsteln, Germany, in 1836, and came to this country and to Scott county in 18S3, and has lived here since that time. Suprviving are two sons, John Lensch of Luverne, Minn., and Peter Lensch of Durant, Iowa and two daughters, Mrs. J. F. Schroeder of Blue Grass and Mrs. Gust Juergens ofl Davenport Rl R. No 1, besides four' grandchildren His -wife preceded hlr In dea'h -0 years ago. The tuneral will be held from the home of J. F. Schroeder, tomorrow morning at 10 o'clock. Interment, will be made in New Liberty cemetery. Funeral services for the late M-alvin Chester Case, who died Saturday after noon at St. Luke's hospital from in juries sustained in a collision between a switch engine and auto a few hours previous, were held at 8:30 o'clock yesterday morning from the family home. 40 East Twelfth street with in terment. In O alt dale cemetery. Serv ices at both the home and at the grave were held under the auspices of the Switchmen's union, No., 133, one of the members reciting the burial ritual. The pallbearers were J. H. Click. George Austin, O. Kincaid, P. G. Qulnn, F. Perry and E. W. Weise The Appealing Fine Taste in mm The Champagne of Bottled Beer is backed by a half century of brewing success. It "has attained a high standard of excellence that others have tried in vain to duplicate. HIGH LIFE appeals to the taste-it has the qualities that distinguish it at once as a beer of unusual merit. It is "the finest tasting beer ever produced. 9 When you next order beer, try , HIGH LIFE and self on the question of its taste and quality.' We use light bottles exclusively for this high grade beer common beer comes in dark bottles Brewed in Milwaukee by Miller Brewing Co. I iftGiiLiFB in Constantinople S&giSgS (t satisfy your--Ow---n uPycA i. On sale tit leading Buffets, on Dining Cars and SteamA ship Lines, CAMBRIDGE II PAMAILTA'1 l)'aa'fu' tg volume is written by Willis J. Abbot. SI a rtnrt.CWX a writer of iotfmational renown, and is the aclcnowl-. t ifo i"t naara reference work U trie great Canal one. 'PAlMAlN II i$ plcndid large book of almost 500 pages, 9x12 i wl'aj inches in size; printed from rew t-pe. 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Pootaat Paid, for 67 Cents ud 6 Certificate urtsst Mrs. George Eaugh aad daughter, Mrs. Banks Wright rislted Mercy hos pital at Davecport Sunday. Miss LaVetta Reustrom went to Mo- line Sunday for a few days' risit. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Verne Grant, Oct. 5, a sen. J. S. Smitn. Dan McCurday, P. U Stoughton and Ean Hinmaa attended the dedication of tha new Masonic building In Rock Island last Tuesday. Mrs. John Wenke and daughter. Ruphlnas vlsiwed in the trt-citie last Wednesday. Medie Johnson left last Wednesday for a visit with relatives and friends in the tri-cities. Anna Nelson rlei-ai TTednesday in Davenport. w uium Hoistrom went to Rock Island last Tuesday for a few days' visit with relative. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Eastman and two children visited relatives la Wil- liamsfield last, Tuesday. Mrs. Nellie Crandall spent Monday anerncon with mends in Galva. Mrs. Carl Gran and Mrs. Swanson spent last Mondsy with relatives in Orion. Max Baugh of Galva, while working on the roof of the Davenport depot, fall a distance of several feet and was quite badly injured. He was taken to Galva where he ia gBttlr; aCong fairly well. Mr. aad Mra. L. A. Boiea of Ke vanee visited Saturday night aad Sua- 6fTM P.l ft! K'.t'J-T ia.-P 111 taa-a' 1 I ..Oil J. WW . 1 Id ' -VOJ .v? ' -Tft .rvj.Ni', V.rT- ' i-JT i.rl y."m.i.raS 1-i I-''! fl J - - OT. . .M,!1 'till 'T -J-'lr' ii h. RJ.."i'L TL . -rs5(4,:s!amv: H..rvj5a:, raa2ist.,, .nrr wa-i-. . s.. tttii h t i m riirriri mi t.tR7.-i'!!.;,am 1 1 iw.'ik. H-ttfu.ufMih iitkXk. day at the home cf the latter's par ents, Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Lockey. Mr. and Mrs. E. I Boihwell of Or ion visited in Cambridge last Tuesday. Charles Wieneke visited in Rock Island Sunday. Mr. ' and Mrs. Langford, of Teka- mah. Neb., arrived last Tuesday for a visit at the home of Mrs. Nels Lar son. The Wednesday cluo will be enter tained at, the home of Mrs. M. J. Smith on Wednesday afternoon, Oct 8. Division No. 2 of the Willing Work ers served refreshments in the parlors cf the M. E. church Monday afternoon. Word has been received in Cam bridge of the marriage of Harry Mc- Clung of Danville and Miss Eula To Restore Good Health The first thing to do 13 to cor rect the minor ailments caused by defective or irregular action of the organs of digestion and elimination. After these or gans have been put in good working order by timely use of .EGMilFfl'S PlIL!r3 Oka lanjaet taia at Ut Ma la tba BarW) better digestion results, and then the food really nourishes and treogtheca the body. Tha first dose gives relief and sounder eleep, quieter nerves, and improved action of all the bodily organs are caused by an occasional cse of Beecham's Fills. They give universal satisfac tion and in safety, surer) ess and quickness of action Beecham's Pills Have Ho Known Equal Knuss of Shawnee, Oklahoma. The event took place at the home of the bride'B grandparents in Shawnee Wednesday, Sept 24th. The groom Is a son of Mr. and Mrs. G. H. McCIung of this place and is well known here. Hj has been in the employ of the Rock Island railway for a number of years. After a short wedding trip they will make their home in Dan ville. Postmaster and Mrs. Hunt, and daughter Dorothy, spent last Monday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Char.es Thatcher In Rock Island. T. H. Johnson of Kewanee was a Cambridge caller last Tuesday. Mrs. PrisciUIa A. Faseett died at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Mary E. Nelson in Andover township last Tuesday evening. The funeral was held Thursday at noon In charge of Rev. E. E. Evans of the Baptist church. B. D. Wright visited in Toulon last Wednesday. Dr. J. E. Westerlund has purchased the livery barn recen'ly purchased by Henry Sand of Geneseo from Wal ter Rosene. Dr. Westerlund has al already rented the barn to Ed Wein rich, formerly of Kewanee. Mrs. John Banholtz, who has been visit'ng friends here-for two months returned to St Paul, Minn., last Tues dey. Ed Brinkerhofl was a Toulon busi ness caller last Wednesday. Mrs. P. E. Russel of Wyoming and Mis Grace Miller of Norwood. Ohio, were guests at the home of the former's son, D. E. Russel and family, Wednesday. The Home Economic club met at the heme of Mrs. Theodore Bolten stern Tuesday af ernoon. Miss Ixuise Fitch was a Galva vis itor last Monday afternoon. ' The Cambridge Ught and . Power company, last week doted a deal whereby the Ught plant her passed in'o the hands of Brown ft Son of Elmwood, 111. The owners have pur chased several plants in this part of ILiaois and expect, in the near future to. run all the plants from ous central Plan, jMrs. M. L. MUlcr returned to ber Lme at Meadota last Monday, after a visit of several weeks at the home of, ber daughter, Mrs. J. H. Seaton, She was accompanied home by Mrs. Ardell Atkinson. Clint Yohn and Fred Bell went to Morrison last Monday in their auto to visit the former's sister. The Misses Fay Yohn and Edna McCiung accom panied them to Morrison. Mr. and Mrs. Wil'.iam Lockey visit ed at the James McRell home in Ke wanee last Monday. Mr.' and Mrs. Al Ammerman visited relatives in Rock Island Saturday. Mrs. Hattie Colburn of Rock Island visited Friday night ,and Saturday with ber aunt, Mrs. Rebecca Thompson. i REALTY CHANGES JJ Adolph Daebelliehn to Henry Dae belliehn, lot 12, block 1, Daebellehn addition, SI. Myra Walker to James F. Harper, lot 12, block 8, East, Moline; 11. Moline Trust L Savings bank to William Helstrom, s 40 ft outlot 5, cago or Lower addition, Rock Island; $1750. Andrew N. Anderson to Sven J. A. High'.acd addition, Moline; 52:5. Frederick Brunswig and wife to John Fuller, n 'a lot 7, block 23, Chi Ostxand, part lot 14, Eklund's sub-div., Moline; $2300. John O. ' Anderson to Harry ,F. Burns. pU.'in sec. 32-17-3 ; 91. Thomas Campbeli and wife to Ed ward Brien. lot 23 Campbell's 2nd ad dition Sou'h Rock Island; 91. John T. Campbell and wifo to Ed ward Brien, lot 22 Campbell's 2nd ad dition South Rock Island; 91. Sarah C. Moors to W. R. Morgan, part ouOot 2, G. A. Stephen's 1st addi tion, Moline; 97500. ' Cleveland O. C Meckiwm of Na'po Jeon, Ohio, auditor cf Henry county, and J. D. Cargould, Akron, Ohio, j;oli tician, were both found guilty of 'at tempting to steal petitions on a ref erendum vote on the Warnes and Kll Patrick laws. TRY NEWBRO'S HERPICIDE It Removes Dandruff -Saves (he Hair Mr Dandruff is what starts most, of the hair troubles. It stunts 'he growth of the hair, deprives ft of life and causes it to fall out Loss of hair and final baldness, fre quently considered inevitable, can bo h be prevented. Newbro's Herpi cide will do It . To successfully eradicate dandruff, the germ that causea it must be de stroyed. Newbro's Herpicide la the first aad original remedy compounded ia harmony wlta the germ theory of dandruff. That Herpicida is a success in cases of dandruff aad falling hair is evidenced by thousands who ose it daily. Not osly must the accumu a tioa of scarf skin be checked, but the tiny anierobie growtk, which is tie worst enemy to good hair, must be totally exterminated. The increased life and lurtr of the hair and the desire for clean, heal'hy scalp always justifies the intelligent ise ; thia valuable tcalp Brophrlac- tic. The firat application Is enough, to convince ycu of its' value; Herpi cida impar s a fee ing of cleanliness, is very cooling to the ecalp and stop the Itching almost Instantly. Being free from oil and grease and pos sessing a delicate and exquisite odor. Herpicida is a delight to ladies of refinement It does not change the color of tie hair a particle. ;- Give it a trial. The Herpiclde Co.," Dept S, Detroi-. Mich., will send) a sample bottle of IierpicHe to any ad dress upon receipt of 10 cents !a post age or silver to cover the ccsr. of pack ing and mailing. Newbro's Herpiclde is 6old at toilet goods counters la 50 cent an 9100 sizes. Your dealer win gt&r antea it to. do as claimed or refund, ycur money. s Applications obtained at the be'ter barber shops and hair dressing par lors. - Young McCombs Co. Co-Opcra-tlve Store Co., Special Agent 4i- ?i