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tTHE ROCIv ISLAND ARGUS. FRIDAY, OCTUUKK 10, 1913.
in i.r w 3 4 4 ' 4 91 AWARDS MADE IN FLORAL CONTEST Woman's Club Civic Depart ment Distributes Prizes Among Various Winners. IS DIFFICULT FOR JUDGES Keen Interest Manifested Among Res idents of the City In Effort to Promote Beauty. Third Ward Anna Vogle. Fifth Ward Helen GuataXsoo. SPECIAL rRIZE S3. Beet camera picture takea before and alter Improvement E. Q. Wearer. The plctoree will appear la the papers, and oome time later will be shown In some moving picture ex hibit. Banner1 118 contestants were enter ed from the First ward. The board decided that the greatest number of entries stood for the greatest Improve ment, therefore the banner to be placed In the city hall goes to that ward, and will bear the name of Mrs. Rudolph NuesslL In some cases in the wards where no entries are marked there were entries but no work was done and therefore no pri es could be awarded. At a meeting of the civic depart meat of the Rock Island Woman's club, held this afternoon at Broad way Presbyterian Sunday school rooms of the church, awards were made ; by the city beautiful com mittee of the civic department in the city beautiful contest conducted dur ing the summer months. The contest began in May and was closed Oct.'l. The 'judges appoln'ed by the department found it no easy matter to award the prizes, A pro nounced Improvement was noticeable throughout the city in the manner in which the premises were taken care of and the Improvements in some in stances were really remarkable Prizes were awarded in each of the wards, and the winners are as fol lows: FIRST PRIZE SI. Greatest improvement in front yard: First Ward M. R. Fennessy. Second Ward Paul Parker. Third Ward G. A. Johnston. Fourth Ward Mrs. R. West. Fifth Ward George P. Stauduhar. Eixth Ward Mrs. E. C. Fulmer. Seventh Ward Rev. Ira O. Noth teln. BECOXD prize ate. Greatest improvement in back yard: First Ward Mrs. Swan Levee a. Second Ward Mrs. Charles Loeser. Third Ward Mrs. L. H. Egt. Fourth Ward Mrs. N. B. Perkins. Fifth Ward Mrs. H. E. Casteei. Sixth Ward Joseph Magnum. Seventh Ward H. PantaL THIRD PRIZE S3. Greatest Improvement in boulevard: First, Sixth and Seventh wards, no entries. Second Ward Alice Ritzier. Third Ward Mrs. Ohge. -Fourth Ward M-rlon McNeil. Fifth Ward Mrs. IL K. Cox. rmnTH PRIZE S3. Best vine-covered porch: First Ward Mrs. Rudolph NuesslL Second Ward Mrs. Lena Williams. Third Ward E. B. McKown. Fourth Ward Mrs. C. P. Sampson. Fifth Ward C. A. Curry. -. Sixth Ward Mm. J. Klrkman. -Seventh Ward F. J. Callear. I FIFTH PRIZE X Bctit vlne or foliage covered back fence! " First, Sixth and Seventh wards, no entries. Second Ward Mrs. L. P. Williams. Third Ward Sylvia Bennett. Fourth Ward Mrs. M. J. Smtlh. Fifth Ward Edith Lusk. IXTH PRIZE) S3. Best vine-covered shed: First Ward Mrs. S. Torrey. No entries in the other wards. fEVEXTH PRIZE S3. To children under 15 years of age, best flower garden: First Ward Marcus Lerch. Second Ward Evelyn Erhart. Fourth Ward Esther M. Brooks. Fifth Ward Elisabeth Shields. Sixth Ward Irene Zimmerman. EIGHTH PRIZE SX. To children, best kept vegetable garden: First, Fourth, Sixth and Seventh wards, no entries. Second Ward Arthur Huber. COUNT GETS TEN YEARS IN PRISON Brunswick de Corompa, leged Austrian Nobleman, Convicted of White Slavery. JURY OUT BUT SHORT TIME Story Told by Autumn Stonebreaker, Gyrl Victim, Brings Tears to Eyes of Witnesses. Brunswick de Corompa, who claims to be an Austrian count, was found guilty in the federal court at Daven port last evening on a charge of vio lating the Mann act. The Jury got the case at 9 o'clock and within half an hour bad found the bogus nobleman guilty of having enticed Autumn Stone breaker, aged 15, away from her home at Crawfordsvllle, Ind., taking her to Chicago, East Moline and Davenport for Immoral purposes. He was given 10 years in the penitentiary at Still water, Minn., sentence being pronounc ed by Judge Smith McPherson. JI'RORS IV TEAR. The principal witness against De Corompa was his alleged victim. The story Ehe told about her wanderings about the country in charge of the count brought tears to the eyes of the Jury. The fact that the couple were married was proven at the trial, but It was also shown that the girl was taken overland from place to place for immoral purposes, De Corompa using her for financial gain. CITY CHAT 1 Advertisements. Buy a home of Reidy Bros. For express, call William Trefa. Trt-City Towel Supply company. Independent Express Co. West 981. Six per cent farm mortgages. Lltten Roberts. People's National bank building. The charity ball, "which was to have been given by the Twin-City Benevo lent society Tuesday, Oct. 21, at Elks' hall, has been postponed to Tuesday, Oct. 2S, at Elks' hall. Admission 50c LICENSED TO WED II Alfons Dhoop Erie, 111. Miss Irma Leahem Port Byron Removal Notices. ' Dr. S. B. Hall has moved his office to Robinson building, 208 Eighteenth street. Dr. F. H. First has moved his office to Robinson building, 20S Eighteenth street (Adv.) Only One "Bromo Quinine." That is Laxative Bromo Quinine. Look for the signature of E. W. Grove. Cures a cold in one day, cures grip in two days. 2oc. (Adv.) 'Buy your collars by the box, insures cleanliness-Lion sealed, one-half dozen, 75c GREAT showing ef fine bats here: Stetson's famous special sold here exclusively, $5; other Stetsons, $3.50 to 10;' S. L. Special, $3; Leader, $2. SlilOX & LAXDAUER, Corner Second and Harrison . Davenport, Iowa. YOU fellows who seek fine togs, like to see plenty of them. When you buy, you 11 find how valuable an asset an organization like this one is when you come here more fine clothes, more styles, fabrics and pat terns than you 11 see anywhere else. You 11 see the English models with the soft roll lapels," lightly padded shoulders, narrow trousers; . Xorfolks with knife, box and inverted pleats; sack suits in two or three button youH see distinctive, exclusive fabrics in black and white, brown, -tan, grey and blue you'll see the greatest dis play of fine clothes in the three cities at every price. $15, $18, $20, $22.50, $25, $28 to $38. YOU'RE as safe with a pink as a conventional "black and white" in buying shirts here; colors guaranteed .fast. Sleeve lengths 30 to 37 inches. Prices $1 to $5. JLi TWO TEAMS KEEP PERFECT RECORD Moline and Cross - 'Country Squads Take Three Straight Cubs Drop Two. make another runaway race, similar to that of 1912. The scores: MOLINE. Ftedeen '. 161 Holms 157 Swanson Renand . , Lindberg Totals 139 . 131 175 157 165 143 153 163 1S9 122 146 190 135 76 :7S6 . ,872. TWIN-CITY LEAGUE. W. L. Pet Moline "... 6 0 1.000 Cross Country ....6 0 1.000 Cubs ...4 2 .667 Stock Leaders 2 4 .333 Reliables ...:..0 ;6 .000 Churchill Colts ..'......0 6 .000 The Moline and Cross Country con tinue in the lead in the Twin-City Bowling league as a result of last night's games. The Moliners took three straight from the Reliables and the Cross Countries swept the series with the Churchill Colts. The Cubs played In hard luck and the Stoc& Leaders managed to take two out of three games. The Cubs are not down to form yet, but when they get a going it is predicted that they will r RELIABLES. .' Thorngreen ........ 9S 115 136 Johnson , 128 114 129 Dohrn 158 148 173 Van Hecke 131 152 126 Wilson 141 162 . 122 Totals .656-689 686 CHURCHILL'S COLTS. FROM CHRYSALIS TO BUTTERFLY H. Erickson i 191 152 . 140 Carlson 148 133 138 C. Ed 122 144 133 Warren ; 129 150 139 Churchill 1 .... 167 161 189 Totals 757 740 739 CUBS. Mueller 171 148 132 Rechtin 147 125 164 Clemann 136 151 153 Collins 1S5 125 209 Salztnann 180 184 172 Totals 819 733 S3Q STOCK LEADERS. Tolbert 1S6 166 120 Ames 146 09 132 Steinhauer 149 135 142 Vollmer 198 136 201 Wilson 161 182 190 Totf 829 E28 795 CROSS COUNTRY. Stark 148 184 171 J. Wich 141 200 176 Huckstaedt 175 133 147 H. Wich 165 169 185 J. H. Wich 167 193 177 Totals 796 879 856 be among those who make the trip on account of an Injury to his knee, but it is hoped that he will be able to participate in the Macomb Normal team next Saturday on the local field. Luby will start the game at quarter, and it is likely that Reeves will be given a chance to show his worth at the same position before the game is over.. Four ends are be ing taken along, but Hinckley and Gaetjer will probably start the con test. The men who will make up the line-up probably are: Hinckley, le; Andrews, It; Chalk, lg; Roy Philbrook, c; Pail Phiibrook, . rg; Glass, rt; Gaetjer, re; Luby, qb; Wliisler, lhb, (acting captain); Ackley, rhb; Cris- well, fb. Substitutes: Hippler, Dahlen, Clark and Reeves. Coach Corneal will go with the team, and E. F. Burch will manage the eleven in place of A. G. HilL Last night one of the snappiest practices of the season was held by the first team. Coach Corneal was ill, and in his absence, T. B. Myers, also of the high school faculty. took the squad in hand, and although the second team was not out in force, enough material was on hand for a scrub 'line, and scrimmage was in order. llsh Benedictines, now in the United States for the purpose of raising funds which are to be used in revis ing the Latin Vulgate of the Bible, is to spend a portion of this month: at Notre Dame university. AN INTERESTING SIGHT-SEEING TRIP On the steamer Helen Blair every Sunday until the first of November, through Moline lock to Hampton. Leaves at 2:45 p. m., returns at 6. 35c (Adv.) South Bend, Ind. Right Rev. Fran cis Gasquet, D. D., abbot of the Eng- r AT HIGH SCHOOL ) Recently a new amendment was made to the constitution of the Watch Tower, the school publication, making it permissable to elect two extra edi tors in case the necessity should arise. Under this amendment, Bur Us Wilson and Charlotte Murray were elected to the board of editors of the local school paper. The two fresh men editors of the paper have re cently been elected by the English teachers of the school, and they are Herbert Copp .and Gertrude Hohen s tela. The board, as has been ar ranged by John Potter, editor-in-chief, with the assistants of the entire board, is as follows: Assistant Editor Fae Hanna. Business Manager lies Gansert. Assistant Business Manager Bortis Wilson. m V - A. TlLt..- uierary fcaixor Margaret uiuurru. i3 8. g. g. wfclcti wrves tbe Joke Editors Charlotte Murray and J active porpoa of stimulating- each ei!nir Herbert Copp. Athletic Editor Paul Dahlen. Organization Editor Celeste Com egys. News Editor Alberit Richards Class Editor Gertrude Hohenstein. Yell Defiance at Blood Disorders A Remedy That Has Shown a Most Remarkable Purifying Effect. At IM Too Cms (W Rid of BlMd TroaMas a. 8. a. Th word MivUeine Is one of the most sbusrd ta our Ucgnage. Tbrre are certain tsodlclsal properties just as neces sary to bMitb as the food we eat. Take, for example, the wcll-kno-xa medicine 8. S. ft. Tills famous blood purifier ccatalns cedlrinsl components just as vital and es sential to health blood as the elements of wheat, roast beef, the fats snd the sugars that make op oar dally ration. At a matter of tact, there Is one m A large squad of men are to be taken to Clin tod tomorrow for the an nual gridiron contest with the Clinton high school football team. Fifteen men are to make the invasion of the up-river city, and it is expected that a Urge delegation of the local rooters wUl accompany the team. Claude Kipp, the sensation of last year, will not part of the body to tbe healthy sod iudl- clotis selection of Its m essential nutri ment. That' is why It regenerates tbe blood supply: why It has sorb a tremendous Id Alienee In overcoming UheematUm. Catarrh of the Ptomarh and Ismtlnea, skin ercp- ttons and sll blood troubles. Get a bottle of 8. 8. 8. at any drne; store, and la a few cays yon will not only feel fcricbt and energetic, bat joa wilt be tbe pletore ef sew life. & 8. ft. is pre pared only la tbe laboratory of Tbe Swift Knecmc i t, zip garut tua. Atlanta. Gl, who maintain a very efficient medical de partment where all who have any blood disorder of a stubborn tutor may consult ir-eiy. 8. f. ft. Is sold everywhere tiy dreg stores. ocpamDeat ana general, stores. Don t permit anyone to sell jos a Sub stitute, insist npoa 8. S. S. AaverusnsBa New Fall Styles $2.45 One visit to our store will be a revelation of shoe values. We aim to serve you well. We're glad to show you the new things whether you buy or not. Our price range is $1.45 to $3.00. You save from $i'.oo to $1.50. Come and see for yourself. . Men's shoes, all styles, all sizes, $1.45 up. 4 SS5fc2iIAE2t &-Cs'3PSS-C:S nii'iiin: 1 1 1 r ' 1 1 ; 11 ; 1 1 : n iimnmm :ui nnm nniiii MEET IT NOW Don't let the question of your support in old age driff along until the time conies. MEET IT NOW. Large numbers of aged people are dependent on others for support. It will never be necessary m your case if you begin now with small but regular savings deposits to liy up your old age pension fund at the German Trust & Savings bank. German Trust & Savings ROCK ISLAND, ILLINOIS Bank :'i'iiii:iiiiii 1,1:1