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THE BOCK ISLAND ARGUS. MONDAY, OCTOBER 13, 1913.
DAY IN DAVENPORT7 Will Build New Theatre, Another new mo vine picture bouse will be built on Vett Third street for W. H. Stef f en. f. m ill be located between Darie and Howell street. Diocesan Appointments Made Bish p James Davis of the Catholic diocese of Davenport has appointed Rev. John Coghlln as assistant pastor at DeWltt. Tather Coghlin was recently ordained at Carlow, Ireland. Rer. James Tonor, formerly of St. Bridget's church, Solon, la., has been stationed at Centervllle, Iowa. Navy Recruiting Change. Roy V. Walker of Mitchell, 111., who is located at the Davenport station as nary re cruiting officer, will leaTe shortly on an advertising trip to Geneseo, Atkin son and Sheffield, 111., and will be gone for the next week. Frank Kesslnger of Bledboe. 111. has been transferred to the Jefferson barracks 4n Mla&ourt lie has recently set-red taree years In Company D. and has reenllsted, and a. ill take up duty at once. Frank L. Walker of Rock Island who has been on duty here has been transferred to the Jefferson barracks. Mo. A. Olson will leave tomorrow on ar advertising trip to Morrison, Sterling and Dixon, 111., and will be gone for about a week. Jamea Blackly of Clinton, la., and Charles D. Ackermann of Duluque, la., have been ordered to the Jefferson barracks In Missouri, and left for duty there Saturday. Tract Bought for $100,000. H. B. Jones, who has Just returned from Denver, where he completed negotia tions for the purchase of the Watkins estate property, east of Camp McClel lan on the River road, is said to have paid $100,000 for the site. The prop erty contains sixty-eight acres and is the last remaining property unplatted on the River road between Dav enport and the business section of Bettendort It extends from the EL S. Johnson home Just east of Camp Mc Clellan, 1,700 feet along the River road and back to the bluff at the rear. Mr. Jones has engaged the Kimball Engi neering company to start the work of platting the property at once and as soon as this Is done will be ready to place it on the market. The success of his Bellevue addition to Bettendort, east of the Watkins property, induced him to secure this valuable tract and offer It for sale as home sites. Mr. Jones disposed of the whole of the Bellevue addition in a few months. Six New Homes. Permits for six dwellings, aggregating In value $15,100, have been issued by F. W. Friedholdt, clerk of the Davenport board of pub'rtc works. Four of the permits were for homes to be erected by tho Associated company, composed of a number of Davenport, business men. All of the permits were issued to Contractor A. W. Dohn of Clinton who expects to remove to Davenport In the near fu ture. A lVs story frame dwelling will bi erected for Ed. Bischoff at Eighth and Farnam streets, to cost $2,000 and 1 story frame residence will be erect ed for C F. Carey at 2210 Scott street to cost $2,500. Thre of the buildings to be erected by the Associated company will be lo cated on Iowa street at Noa. 2803, 2807 and 2831. The first one will cost $3,000 and the other two $2,200. The other building to be built for the com pany w ill be located at Brady and Fair field street and will cost $3,200. I'iiiiW ill! ton iiy-ilililr pi; That's what you xiaitt, and that's what Cal umet is guaran teed to give you It is sure in perfect leaven ing and raising; qualities, in wholesomcness, ill purity. Perfectly raised, melting ly tender bis cuit, cake, muf fins, griddle cakes, are bound to result from its use. 200 in Society Circua Caat-Tbe So ciety Circus to be given for the bene fit of the West Side Settlement will have a cast of 200 principals and chor us. Tho members of the cast are now all chosen and the program has been outlined. The entertainment will be given next Wednesday and Thursday evenings at the Burtls opera house. It! Is for the benefit of the West Side Settlement. The cast follows: Ring Master Dr. C. L. Leigh. Clowns Messrs. Carl Becker, Har ry Warnken, Edward Eckardt, Walter Schlaefkew Tony AWgrettt Mr. Calvin Bard. "Cherry Sisters" Themselves? Indian Chief Mr. Harold Lusk. Wizard of Oa Mr. Bruce Morgan. Chauncey Olcott Mr. Henry Whee lock. Prince; Maxlmilllan Mr. Robert Mit chell. George Johan George S. McKibben. Sympathy Duet E. G. Holbrook, Miss Ruth Benkert- "Lillian Russell" Miss Elizabeth Nott. "Madame Butterfly" Mrs. Amalia Schmidt Gobble. ! "Senora Amadoro" Miss Julia Ryan. "Zulu Princess" Miss Ruth Benk ert. "Anna Held" Miss Elsie Simon. "Elsie Janis" Miss Dorothy Simp son. ' "Pink Lady" Miss Eugenie Robe son. Out of the Golden We6t Mrs. R. M. Stouffer. Red Cross Mrs. Marion L. Powers. Ozma from Oa Miss Marguerite Merriman. The Gardner (boy Eoprano) Master Eldon Day. Normadie Peasant Miss Angela Driscoll. "Rosie" Miss Lillian Sterling. Ice Men Like Weather. Davenport ice dealers are welcoming the cooler weather and hoping that it will con tinue. Most of them have enough on hand to supply their trade unless the weather becomes warmer again and remains that way long. There is a certain number of customers who re quire ice all year, but most of the de mand falls off as the weather becomes cooler. Some of the companies are shipping ice into the city and state that they can get more as needed. The small consumer, however, who uses Ice only in his horn?. Is not worrying mwA over the-situation at present Flaht Police When Arrested. Bleeding from half a dozen wounds on bis face and head and attended by Dr. Ficke after he was placed in a cell of the Davenport police station, Koose Greenbush, a negro, was finally subdued by four policemen near Sec ond and LeClaire Saturday night about midnizh?. Greenbush started a disturbance on a bridge line street car and was ejected with much diffi culty at the Davenport end of the bridge. Officers Jansen and Alger were attracted to .the scene of disor der and endeavored to place the negro under arrest. He was unwilling to obey the command of the officers and started to fight. A riot call was sent to the' police station and the police aut mobile and four officers J were hurried to the scene. The col I ored man was finally overpowered and placed In the patrol car. New Franchise Voted. By a vote of 1,529 to 787, the Davenport Water company was granted a 25-year fran chise at Friday's special election. It was a light vote. The opposition, al though small, was out in full force. On the other hand hundreds !n favoc of the franchise did not vote, beifig satisfied that the proposition would carry anyway. The franchise Is con sidered a very favorable one from the standpoint of the public. The city is given the privilege at the end of 12 years to purchase the plant if it so desires. Rates are reduced and the company agrees to expend the big sum of $250,000 in the extension of mains and other Improvements. Most of her life has been spent on farms. The aged pioneer was born Dec 22. 1832, in Mecklenburg, Schles wig, Holstein. Germany. She reside In Germany for 23 years receiving tor education in that country- ln tne vear 1855 she came to the United S ates and directly to Davenport. She latex, moved to a farm. One year after her arrival in this country Mrs. BausUan was married on June 4, 1856, to Fritx Baustian, who succumbed three years ago. The couple movea io a iaru near Eldridge many years ago, and conducted the farm for .several years. They retired from active work 30 yeara ago. Two daughters survive, Mrs. .ohn Petera and Mrs. Laura El mergreen, ' at whose home she died. The funeral was held at 10 o'clock yesterday morning from the home .of the daughter, with Interment, in the Mt. Joy cemetery. Buck was auctioneer. Mr. and Mrs. Good'.ow intend spending the winter in California.. ' .Miss Bessie Bailey graduated last week from tha nurses' training class at Moline city hospital. ORION 1 SUNNY HILL I! The Toting Ladies' W. E. D. club met Wednesday n!ght with Elva Harsha. Mrs. Roach and family of Farming ton visited last week at J. B. Harsha's home. . Dr. Hamilton of Monmouth preached Sunday at Homestead church. Fred Wynn, who had the misfortune to break a bone in his toot in a fall from his horse, is able to be around again. . Will McElwaln fell while picking apples and broke two ribs. Arthur Lawson. is building a new garage. . Several from here attended the clos ing out sale of Steve Goodlow. G. B Benjamin Stevens, a wealthy farmer living cne mile west of town, had the misfortune to break bis collar bone while trying to stop a horse. He was struck by one of the wagon wheels, throwing him to the ground. Rev. Henry Brink attended the fu neral of Dr. J. S. Cummings in Moline Tuesday. ' ' Mr. and Mrs.. Ray Dunsmore of Rock Island spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Will Harsha. Mrs. Ed Johnson and daughter Aimed of Cambridge spent Tuesday with Mrs. Oscar Larson. Clair Long of East Moline is enjoy ing & vacation with bis parents Dr. and Mrs. Long. John Boleen and Hjalmer Hallgren returned Tuesday from Courtney, N. D. Mrs. Anderberg and children were shopping in Rock Island Saturday. The Streed family gave a concert In Reynolds Saturday evening, returning home Monday after spending Sunday with the George Fassett family in Reynolds. Mrs. Emil Frost and Mrs. Elwood Bothwell were shipping in Rock Is land Monday. Miss Alice Swan returned to her home in Rock Island Monday after a pleasant visit with Miss Edna Henry. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Dflly were in Cambridge Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Bothwell and daughter Dorothy visited Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Bell In Moline Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Gust Jchnson returned Sunday from a few days'.visit in the tri-cities. Laurene Asplund is ill with typhoid fever. Her brother Raymond, who has also been ill. Is slowly improving. 3 ho Jtsstc ftlton Theatrical com pany left Thursday tor the winter sear son. There are 9 in the company and most of them are Orion people. Harry Neal has joined the company. Mr. and Mrs. Ar':ur Lundine are home from a four weeks' visit in Shel- bina. Mo., with Mra. Lundine's parents. Judge and Mrs. Maupin. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Fehlman are spending two weeks in Minneapolis. Miss Eunice Magnuson went to Chi cago Wednesday where she will be operated on for appendicitis. Her sis ter Naomi accompanied her. Postmaser George Wilson and fam ily have moved into their new bung alow in the south part of town. The following men received " 750 sheep from the west, which, they will feed: E. C. Love, 250; Ray Pearce, 125: Oscar Swanson. 125. - Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Borden of Richmond, Ind.. are visiting Mrs. P. K. Hyde. Mr. and Mrs. Borden were early settlers near here, having moved to Indiana many yeara ago. Miss Mable Hyde of Orion accom panied by her uncle Thomas Borden and counsin, Mrs. Ferguson of Rich mond, Ind., were visltine in Osco the first of the week. Will Ward of Clinton, Iowa, is visit ing his mother, Mrs. Jordan. it COAL VALLEY -v. Bell ( M H System SPRINKLER SYSTEM, to be effective against fire must reach all sections of a plant with an instant supply of water. The Telephone System of a large establishment for its purposes should be laid out with the same care and comprehensiveness. The Private Branch Exchange is to the! interior telephone system what the jwater tank is to the sprinkler system jthe reservoir that ensures quick, accu rate and adequate distribution of tele phone service. Central Union Telephone Company A. J. Beverlin, District Manager. Telephone Rock Island 4p0. "COPPER COLORED" NEGRO IS HUNTED FOR CHICAGO ART STUDENT'S DEATH f - J- c J I . i -1 iff - - - - f , . a t f - ' .','' .' "'"fl -.fc'iv.,..-rfi.',". wv.-LpviArda-,--x-.-v':k.' JiiMnf'-'Jk'jifS0tfi . . H-O-. W" 71 ie sr. no wAtKi i . jSSj auvo Miss Ida Leegson and diagram showing how she was lured from her room ing place to her death, . Calumet goes farther' than other bait-; in j powders ( and it's moder- ate in cost. Insist on it at your grocers. RECEIVED HIGHEST AVA&OS Puis ExMiliaa. Franc, ifeuxfc. 191S Chicago, Oct. 13. The police inves tigation into the murder of Miss Ida Leegson, a sculptress, nurse and teach er, whose nude body was found in a lonely spot on the western city limits Sunday, has now made its way into the Pimples Source of Great Danger May be Means of Absorbing Disease Germs in Most Unexpected Manner. E';,i' 'i-:';;!; i.mh Tag Day Records Broken. All previous tag day records were broken, Saturday, when the workers for the Visiting Nurses' association gathered 13.541. This is the largest amount which has ever been secured on any tag day. While $4,000 was the mark which the commlUeea and officers had set for themselves, the ladies feel well pleased with the results. The last two i years the sum secured through the sale of tags wag in the neighborhood or 12.8IW. so mat this year's sum la over $SC0 more than ever before. Obituary Record. After spendtna over t.s years in Scott county. Mrs. Friederiche Baustian. an axed nloneer. died Friday at the home of her daugh ter. Mrs. Edward Elmergreen five miles east of Eldridge, death said to have been caused by Infirmities of old age. She was over 80 yeara old. For yeara Mrs. Baustian has resided la Scott county and has been one of the w-ell known women in rural commun ities. She came directly to ScoU county from Germany In 1S55. and has made her home here since that time. Ttir Stood Fw sad laamiM With 8, ft. tk 'black belt" of Chicago' west side The police ar convinced that the mur der was committed by a copper colored negro, who made it a practice to lure young women to death or attack through advertisements he or they In serted in newspapers offering or seek ing positions. They say they have dis covered evidence that this man sold a watch and penknife belonging to Miss Leegson in a pawnbroker's establish mnt. The case is almost identical with teat or Mrs. Emma JL Robinson, a trained nurse, who answered an ad vertisement offering a position at nurse and was told over the phone to come to No. 8128 Michigan avenue Mrs. R. L. Wilson entertained the King's Daughters Thursday. The day was spent in sewing, and a fine lunch eon was served by the hostess. James Sackville went by auto to Mathervllle Tuesday. Edna Dallegue visited relatives in Rock Island Saturday. Florence Murdock spent Saturday and Sunday with her aunt, Mrs. Klebe of Silvis. Ruth Hayes of Davenport spent Sun day with friends In Coal Valley. Elwood Gregg, Fred Radloff, Joseph and Carl Bramberg drove to Moline Sunday. Rose Nitz returned home Sunday after a few days' visit with relatives in Moline. Edna Anderson of Moline is staying with her grandmother, Mrs. Carlson. Mr. and Mrs. Mac Posten of Moline spent Sunday with relatives In Coal Valley and Rural. Lila and Nellie Carlson visited with relatives in Moline and Rock Island Saturday and Sunday. Mrs. Niebling has gone to visit rela- Iand Wednesday. Mrs. Rosenburg and daughter, Mrs. Frank Morass, visited in Rock Island Wednesday. Mrs. Sade Fudy visited in Rock Is land Wedinesday. Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Fudy: of Milan spent Sunday with Mrs. Fudy's parents. Mr. Lampky Is very ill. Preaching services are held every Sunday afternoon at the Presbyterian church. Endeavor society meets In the evening. Miss Lily Blalsure of Milan is visit ing her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Jergens. Mrs. Fred Barraks and Mrs. William Barraks visited last week in Iowa. John Barraks and D. Gregg are spending a few day8 in Chicago. Mrs. Parks of Rock Island spent Monday with her mother, Mrs. R. Cal lahan. Mrs. Bessie Sievers, who has spent two weeks with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mack Posten, returned to her home In Davenport Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Rowe of Kansas are visiting Mrs. Rowe's sisters, Mrs. Ad ams and Mrs. Dallague, this week. Mrs. Schaffer and niece, Mary Da vis of Mcline, sptnt Sunday with Mrs. Mary Sommerson. Mr. and Mrs. Knowles of Fairfield, Iowa, made a business trip here Tues day. .Mrs. Hahn of South Rock Island visited here last Thursday. Mrs. Lambky visited last Thursday in Lynn. of Frank Schofer of Moline Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Everett Cosner of Mo line visited here last Sunday with their parents. Arthur Ballowig of Mt. Vernon spent several days at the A. D. Cox home. Mrs. Harry Cosner Thursday after noon entertained the tiny members of the Methodist cradle roll, together with their mothers, who spent a pleas ant afternoon with a round table talk on the training of children. Mrs. Standard of Rock Island was a caller In Watertown Sunday. Mrs. S. P. Cosner entertained Wed nesday afternoon a small party of friends. In a sewing bee contest Mrs. Henry Hilberg won first prize for the best hemming. Otis Allen, who was taken very sick at the Browning boarding house, has been taken to his borne at Marseilles by his mother, who came after him. Mrs. Wiltamuth and Mrs. Crlppen visited Wednesday with the family of Chris Wiltamuth. Mrs. A. Allsbrow and father, Mr. Marglleth, left Friday for Mt. Carroll to attend a sliver wedding anniversary of the latter's brother, Ed Marglleth. The-chicken supper given by the Baptist Aid society Wednesday even ing was a very successful affair. The ladles realized $36. Mrs. E. Lucas has returned home after a-three weeks' visit at Bloom ington. Pearl Rose is spending a few days here with her aunt, Mrs. F. Lyons. Ross Wainwright of Hillsdale was a Watertown" caller Friday. William Ferris of Barstow was a caller in Watertown Tuesday. . Ben Rah was called home at Steel- vllle. Mo., by the death of her sister, Mrs. I. Jones. Mrs. Nettle Browning spent Tues day in Hillsdale with her sister, Mrs. Ada Benjamin. Mrs. L. H. Snow, w"ho has been sick since last Sunday, is better. Mrs. George Gray and children of Hampton visited in Watertown Friday. A most enjoyable time was spent last Tuesday evening at the reception given Rev. and Mrs. Havermale by the people of Watertown at the Methodist church. II WOODHULL Ward Anderson is suffering from clots of blood which are forming on his brain. Sunday evening, when re turning from the home of hia sister, Mrs. Paul Heyn, in the southwest part of town, to where his rig was hitched on Main street in Woodhull, and while in the act of untying his horse he was approached from the rear and struck a terrific blow on the back of his head. He fell to the ground and waa uncon scious from 9 o'clock the time of the accident until 11 o'clock, when he came to and drove home. The doctor was called and later found him in a very serious condition. Officer Swigert arrested Will King on suspicion of be ing implicated in the trouble, and he Is now in Jail in Cambridge awaiting his trial. Toklo The foreign office has issued a statement saying that one condition imposed by Japan in the negotiations with China over the killing of Japa nese subject at Nanking remains un satisfactory. This is believed to be the demand fer the dismissal of Gen eral Chang Hsu. The statement says China has given its assurance this will be complied with. The pleasant purgative effect ex perienced by all who use Chamber Iain's Stomach and Liver Tablets, and the healthy condition of the body and mind which they create, makes one feel JoyfuL 'Sold by all druggists. (Adv.) WATERTOWN 3 Make la thousand Instsnr the nnst virulent tFp of blood trouble hT been tba rrsnlt of coming In contact witb di cM term lo pub.le piacta, and th ap parently tedgniocanc pimple baa bn tba tiim. tt apreada wltfi aatonlsblng' rapidity, eft in lafectlag tba eat Ire cfatem la a few daTs. It 1 forttmat. hewerer, that there I a remedy to cope quickly and thoroughly with .orb a coodltloo. and tbanka to the energy of Its produrera the famous 8. 8. S. may now be bad at moat any drug store ti tba drtllted world. Tbl preparatUio ataod alone as a blood Iiurifler. It la aomeirhat revolutionary id eompoatttoB. inr it areompUshes ail that waa ever claimed for mercury. Iodides, arsenic, and other destructive mineral drncs. and yt It Is absolutely a purely vecetabl. product. It contains on Ingre dient which serve the arrive purpose ot stimulating cam tin cellular part f tha tltsuea to the bealtbv and Judicious selec tion of Its own essentia! nutriment. There re mora cases ol articular rhesmatiam. locomotor ataxia, paresis, neuiiUa, end similar diseases resultant from the use of minerals tbaa most people are aware of. Tnese farts ar brought oat In a hlrbly Interesting book compiled by the medical department of The 8wlft Ppedfic Co., 217 Swtft Bids. Atlanta. Ga. It to mailed free, together with soeeial Information, to all who write describing their symptom. Get a bottle of 8. 8. . to-day, but he careful not to have something Minted) 3 oa jou falsely cl timed t b "juit as good." Ad vertssem as. W. D. Kitchen and family spent Sun day in Moline at the home of O. Hobbs. Mrs. Rose Anderson of Blue Island is spending this week here visiting. Mra. Pierre Olker of Topeka. Kan., ia spending a two weeks' vacation visit ing her mother, Mrs. Marion Walker. Miss Alphretta Allsbrow is greatly When she reached the house the door improved from her recent tick spell. waa ooened bv a "newo and as she urB- 8- u- o&epperd entertained her ntred hn aid and tortured, oroiner rrom Monmoutn Hunaay. Miss Leegson advertised for a po sition m nurse and was lured over the telephone to an addresa not existing. Two men whose names the police have not made public saw Miss Leegson walking with a negro near where her body was found. It is supposed he told her he had been sent to escort her to the address where she intended to nurse a maternity case. "I am not sure the woman was Mlaa Leegson.' one man said. I thought It was strange to see the white woman with the negro, so I noticed her par ticularly. When I read of this mur der and saw the pictures of the wo man I knew that she waa the one whom I saw." Mr. and Mrs. John Wise spent Tues day in Davenport at the home of their daughter, Mrs. Fred Wiley. H. P. 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