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TIIK ROCK ISLiAXD ARGUS. FRIDAY, DECFTMT3KR 19, 1913.
DAY IN DAVENPORT :30 MA THER VILLE II James Chlids. Ed Watson and Mik,e nfx-t. va Flue Cause broke oat at the home of C. W. Claud and George Day. 2317 Faixam street yesterday, and caused a loss to the buOding and furniture totaling J5.000. The origin of the fire was In a defective chimney flue. The alarm was turned in at S:44 o'clock. When th department arrived the flames were shooting from the second btory windows. No one was home at the Time. The house a owned by James Unnon, who carried insurance. All of the rooms were gutted by f.re or water. The furniture of Clouds, who 'occupied tt.i ground tlotr of the building, was protected by Insurance, but that of the Day family of the sec ond etory is a total lo?s. The blaze was extinguished with a line of hose and several gallons of chemical. How company No. 4 nd the chiefs car answered the alarm. Licensed to Wed Albert Kasen berg. Mollne. and Grace Rohennel. Davenport. Leonard Orth. Zaering. HI., and Birdie G-nslinger. Maiden. III. August F. Thed and Elsie Ru mandt. Reinbeck. la. Ira S. Waltman. Kredonia. la. anJ Dorothy Uael Hakr-r. Davenport. Suit Over Street Car Transfer Trial of suit was begun in district court yesterday that will probably de termine the life of a street car trans fer. P. L. Doneran is the plaintiff, and asks S.--' damages against the TriCity Railway company, alleging that he was ejted from a street car durfcig March, 1&I-. because the con ductor claimed the transfer was over due. Sharon and Higgjn are repre senting the plaintiff; ( ook Halluff and I.an A. Waterman are attorneys for the defendant company. Fire Fire 'to recent announcement made by the i ff - ia fwfvden'.. II ,. until 1.92. .At that time he came to .crtLpryeTr 'Tb.i. United states, directly to Perry, hiring of th'e Coliseum building, the la.. wl .re he resided -til te years located in the old ' "c l" - - . u . . 1., .hi. .tr M hnrnft ever Knostman & Petersen building in " r Eaat Davenport. Mr. Keding stated - nee I e la survived by a sister a. Hn1nsR 1 vi o - been that be Intended to start of his own is the near future. Attend Funeral cf John StarbucW Mrs. Margaret 'i.gr,ve and l:er son. John Cogrove of Dillon. Mont, and the latN-r's o sons. have returned from Marion. Iowa. !i-rc they at tended the fur. ral of Hi ir grandson. John Starbu k. n-n of Mr. and Mrs. r. C. Starb'ick i-f Marion. Iowa. The oung nian was k'.l!-'I on I-c. in an accident wl.il on his run as ion- !iirtor on t M :I a'ik-e roan iroin Marian to rears old. a Two Divorces Granted A decree of divorce was granted by Judge Maurice Done pan in district court yesterday morning to Hasel E. Hugging against Charles W. Huggins. Cruelty wa the allegation. The defendant did nil contest the action. W. M. Chamber Iain was attorney for the plaintiff. The Huggins' were married Nov. 14. 1911. and lived together until Dec. IS. 1913. Fred Lincoln was granted a de cree of divorce from Marie Lincoln on statutory grounds. Salvation Army Christmas Kettles Of the 400.000 poor people to be fed by the Salvation Army on Christmas day. the Davenport corps under the able leadership of Capt. John Hess will do its full share. In Davenport no less than 150 families will be cared for. In order to meet the ex penses which will necessarily be in curred. Capt. Hees and his assistants are now busily engaged in raising funds. They have the contribution kettles ov the street corners and con tribution boxes In many stores and offices. Last Sunday Capt. Hess was j invited by Trinity cathedral to take up an after service collection at that church. This he did. with the result that l.e was given $18 34. One be nevolent citizen has contributed $-5 to the Salvation Army Christmas fund. I'p to date $.0 has been re ceived in contributions and $.".9.46 has been received from the street kettles. All are invited to contribute and in so doing assist In providing a merry Christmas for the poor of Davenport. The Salvation Army children will have their Christmas tree and enter tainment at the Y. M. C. A., on Christ ma night at o'clock. Dean Hare of Trinity cathedral will preside. brother, Gustave Johnson of Chicago, and his mother, who resides in Perry. Iowa. The funeral will be beld at 2 o'clock Sunday afternoon from the Bowling parlors, with interment in Oakdale cemetery. ATTRACTIVE WIFE OF NEW DIPLOMAT Force at Postoffice The it at tne uaveniKirt post Increase holiday ru Perry. lo:i. H.? was iofflrc has begun in earnest, and extra v'.ut.c n, an of flii charar-I clerks and carriers are being put on , -a s a tr and fi'i'Mt ir.n. and I of friends to iw'-irn 1 death. Boy Scouts to Deco.-ate for Christ mas Tl:e Hov ScuIlT : of the II. Tea church at their n.-.tii.r Wednesday night at liie 1 l.iir:i planned to have In charge the I.ri: tir.itK uecr. rations for the Iterea Sunday t-chool enter tainment 1 f i'ndav. !' r. l'i h I hoin will l.e held at the Kri'-r.dlv Hon-.. All will tke part in trimming t!.e hail witn 'lie 'iri.-tHHs greens anJ col ors The l.os had a spread as a spe cial feature f I'.e evening gathering, ail contributing som thing to the sup per, and a jolly time vas enjoyed. There were 2'J pree::t. ho-t jilally. Postmaster Sharon stated tr.at untimely 1 bv Saturdav. the entire force of "t-x-1 jor i tras would be on the job. including 1 . . 1 1.. . 1 .1.1.. Tl..l s 1 a cierKs uitij t-igm tamer. ' Irnroi . 1 . : 1 1 . 1 . 1 . 1 . . 1 1 e ' ' and 43 carrier-. Head of Kedng Henke Co. Retires C. V. Kdi;.i:. In ad f the K'-ding-Henke ronipany. whoe factory was destroyed reiently. ;,cn the Colis eum burned to f'.e ground, wiil irtire from t!ie rou iPiTiv .'n 1. according Obituary Record Mrs. Mary A. Hansen. 74 years old. died at o'clock yesterday morning at the I iH Mani'iette street .after :in , illness if two vt-ari duration. i)e- 1 ceasf-d was born in Dittmarsflun Germany. Nov. 1. 13!. and in IsTH J was united in marriage w ith John ! Hansen. In tl. yenr 1SS; the coupk came to Datenport and have since re sided in this city. She was well known 1 here. Surviving are the husband and seven children. William Hansen of Germany. Mrs. Anna Muxfcldt of Can ada, an I Herman and Christine Han sen at home. Mrs Kin ma Block and John Hansen, Jr . also of Davenport, al.-o survive. Following a bru-f illness of about two months caraiion. Aaarr I.Tflir.on. vears old. died at 10 o'clock yesterday morning at Mercy hohoital. Mr. Johnson was born Jan. where lie lived ' ltisKe were in Aieao va uuMuna Wednesday. A baby boy arrived to brighten the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Kiliske. Tuesday. A. R. Joneson of Rock Island was here the past week helping Cahrier M. E. Rheu at the bank. Aaron Dahlberg and sons. Jack and Dewey, were Rock Island passengers Wednesday. Tne Cable Mercantile store has been wired fo relectric lights. They have installed a fine electric sign wiiich gives their store an up-to-date appearance. Mrs. Neil McGonigle and Mrs. Ed. McArdle were Aledo passengers Thursday. Miss Ethel Raisbeck has resigned her position as telephone operator. Miss Lorane Grey will fill the va cancy. Murt Connor was called to Coal Valley Thuheday evening by the ser ious illness of his father. Mrs. H. L. Pearce and two sons and Mrs. Pearce's father, John Haddick. have gone to Cable where they will make their home. John Allen visited over Sunday at bis home In Colona. Mrs. Henry Maynard was taken to Rock Island Friday evening where she was operated on for appendicitis. She is getting along nicely. The Misses Ollie Trego and Bernlce Bopp were Moline visitors Sunday. Miss Emma Knott Is clerking in the Cable Mercantile store. John Perry and his force of work men, who have been here the past five weeks repairing the cables and replacing poles for the Edwards Tele phone company, finished their work Saturday and returned to Aledo. Among Rock Island passengers Sat urday were Wyndom James, Tom Treasure, Julius Montresello and James Smith, Sr. The electric street lamps were put in place the latter part of the w-eek and the current w-as turned on for the first time Monday evening. There is one light in each block on Main street, which lights that part of the town nicely. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hebbeln were Cable visitors Sunday. Mrs. Neil McGonigle and Mrs. E. A. Sherrard were Aledo shoppers Tuesday. Mrs. John Hebbeln Is seriously 111. The mines are w-ork!ng about four days a week at present, there being no demand for coal on account of the warm weather. Mr. and Mrs. John Hebbelu are the parents of a baby boy born Sundav, Dec. 14. Mr. an: Mrs. Charles Rettig and .Mr. anci m rs. ueorge liedford were Rock Island passengers Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Murt Connor and uauijruers, aiargarot ana J&ne, were in Coal Valley Sunday to attend the funeral of Mr. Connor's father, who died Friday at the age of S3. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Johnson and Mrs. f harles Sturgis were Rock Is land visitors Saturday. Fred Krickson was in Rock Island Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Georjre Workhelser and daughter attended the funeral of a rolitive i Viola. Sunday. A. R. Stein was in Rock Island Sun day to meet his wife who has been visiting in Chicago. Mr. and Mrs. Gust Engstrom spent Monday in the tri-cities. Matherville played the Moline foot ball team Sunday at Moline. The home boys lost the gam eby a score of 2 to 3. Albert Hebbelu has gone to Cable for an extended visit with his parents. .;;;;;: jjuU-f 4M 1 limfti i il$kv;- iiijjj; i 0 wk w ' tf f-', i '"11111111 ill tA-- ; ir-t'- ' m'1 .it-"., - 5 i ; Si-nora Dona Elena de Cordova. Senora Dona Elena de Cordova, wife of the ii. -w minister from Ecua- ono t the most attractive women of the foreign diplomatic She does not live in Wash ington, as her husband makes .New j York his headquarters. Her first vi.-it lo the capital was on the oc : caslon of the Wilson-Sayre w edding. !at which she was a guest. Only On "Bromo Quinine." I That is Laxative liromo Quinine. Look for tl.e signature of E. W. Grove. Cures a Cold in One Day. Cures Grip in Two Days. 'JZc l.dv.) Croup !s mcs: rrevalent durrng the dry colJ weather of the early winter months. Parents of young children shovld be prepared fyr it. All that is noodod is a bottle or Chamberlain'! Cough RfireJy. Many mothers ate never w itiiout It in their homes and it hai never c'lsappointed Uiem. Sold by all druggists. (Adv.) sy, ,' y.fy ssz Good people, we come upon this stage to advise you to Eat Bread thafs Made of pmu Ftpw Bread I make and cake I bake, And crullers and cookies and pies; And I'm well Jtnown in good cooks' homes As theibest flour they can buy. Not only bread, but pies, cakes nd all the other good things that are baked. Make them all of Zephyr Flour, because it's the best rlour m the world, made of the best hard wheat in the world. We Zephyrs are proud people. It would make anybody proud to be able to bring such good things into your home. Take our advice. Ask for Zephyr Flour. All the leading dealers in this city are selling tt. It's the rlour that ha6 been mi ' r2? 1 made for over rifty years. il(2 jQtIiyVS J Miss Martha Weitz visited with her cousin. Miss Mabel Weltz, at Rock Island this week. Patrick Kelley of Geneseo visited the latter part of the week with his daughter, Mrs. M. Murphy. Dr. Long of East Moline was a bus iness caller here Monday. Mrs. Sarah Nelson of Moline spent a few days with her daughters, Mrs. William Gerhardt. Mrs. Mike Murphy entertained Miss Margaret Weatherhead of Moline and Miss Mary Fiddler of Geneseo. Mr. and Mrs. William Leuder vis ited Sunday with the former's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Otto Leuder at Coal town. Mrs. Murphy and Miss Mary Irvin drove to Moline for a day's visit. J. B. McMichael of Hillsdale ship, ped to Chicago from here Monday one carload of hogs and one car of cattle. Mr. McMichael accompanied the shipment. The stockyards are handling a great amount of stock. From Sunday at 5 p. m. to Monday at 3 p. ru. they fed 105 cars of stock. Besides the regu lar force of men Mr. Weitz had sev eral otfiers at work. Mrs. John Wlldermuth, daughter, Eva. and sister. Miss Frieda Klelnan. virited at Moline Saturday. Mrs. A. Schleuter and two sons. Wil liam and Charles of Moline, spent a few- days at the home of August Schleuter. Miaaes Nellie. Clara and Myrtle Florin went as far as Moline with Miss Mollie Bowman who left'for her home at Kansas City. Kan., after hav ing spent the past week at the Peter Florin home. Mr. arrd Mrs. Albert Roserran ana children. Mabel. Kenneth. I and Albert visited at Moline Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. William Gerhardt were Moline visitors Saturday. Friday the Ladies' Aid society gave Mrs. R. J. Phelps a farewell surprise party. The afternoon was very" pleas antly spent, the ladies carrying with them well laden baskets of good ure oeer is all lieaJtMnb v The malt digested is a nourishing pre food the hops are appetizing, tonical and have a nerve sedative effect the trifle of alcohol, .4 1-20 aids digestions: Get Tru ID rown Sehiltz in Bottles Then you will get beer that is made pure and kept pure from the brewery to your glass. We go to ex tremes in cleanliness. Even the air in which Schlitz is cooled is filtered. See that crovw or cor. is branded :cw Thone West 14 Carse & Ohlwciler Co. 425-431 Eleventh St.j Rock Island l U. I9DUL i V El kilVv 1 KJ3 B I IB ecr . famous moved Tuesday to their new home at Davenport. Mr. and Mrs. P. W. Beckwith of Davenport 6pent Sunday with the iat ter's parents. Mr. and Mrs. John Hol land. Mrs. LeRoy Carey and children, Gladys, Lyle and Evelyn, and sister. Miss Alice Fahlstrom visited at Mo line the latter part . of the week. Miss Volaski Hullotz returned from a visit at Geneseo and Baystow to remain with her aunt, Mrs. Frank Klelnau, this winter. Miss Martha Weitz has returned home from a two months' stay with her sister, Mrs. Leonard Frank at Reynolds. Mrs. Harry Frymeler visited at East Moline Sunday with Mrs. Johnson. Fred Kendall enjoyed a visit from his sister and bee husband, Mr. and Mrs. Rodgers of Victor, Iowa. Cottage prayer meeting will be held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Mitton Friday evening. Mrs. Lewis Pinkerton, daughters, Mabel, Grace and Edna, visited Sun day with Mrs. Pinkerton's parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Adams at Colona. Mrs. Charles Slater and son, Lester, spent Friday with Davenport friends. Mr. and Mrs. William Leuder visit ed in the tri-cities Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Claus Lundqulst and family of East Moline visited Sunday at the Olie Olson home. Mr. and Mrs. Forest Titterington ( were trl-clty business cauers .Monaay. Mrs. Wyman Smith and children, Neil and Don, were Moline visitors Saturday. v William F. McKenrick has returned home from a week's visit with rela tives at Camanch, Iowa. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Roseman and sons, Frank and Henry, were Moline visitors Saturday. Miss Florence Parks was a week end visitor at Moline. Mrs. Steve Mitton and daughter, Ella, were business callers at Moline. Mrs. P. Kelly and daughter. Mamie,; v ere Moline visitors Saturday. William Kleinau Saturday morning j f-nffered a severe accident at the H. & 1 . shop at East Moline. While work-; Ing as a driller a bar fell striking and Injuring his right foot. j Mr. and Mrs. William, Beckwith and; dHugbteri1. Marion and Mary", nave re-j trirned from a visit at the home of ; he latter's sister, Mrs. Alma William, ! ;,rrr unil flrTlrmlp Cprharrit. w era visitors at Molin Saturday. Mrs. Lewis Sickler and sister, Miss Dorothy Weitz, were Rock Island vis itors this week. Miss Myrtle Schleuter spent Satur day with Moline friends. Dubuque Petition Sufficient. Dubuque, Dec. 18. The board of su pervisors yesterday officially found the saloon consent petition sufficient. Over seventy-three per cent of the vot ers at the last general election signed the petition. Another petition baed on tho last city election was also filed, as a protective measure. The dry forces did not fight tho petition. Pessimistic. "I suppose your baby ftlstci orle some, don't she?" "Cries! Why. she Just seems to l"ok on the dork side of things all the time." Philadelphia Record. Many n great effort In life owes Its finnl success to tho sound of a fnlnr cheer. v-tfij .... SPEEDWAY . has brought reUcf to thousands. It can take the pains and aches out of your tired, stiffened mus cles and make them supple and flexible. Get a bottle today and change your throbs of pain for pulses of joy. Speed way did it for others; it can do the same for you. Money Back if It Fall 25c, BOc and 91. OO Szc SPEEDWAY REMEDY CO., Shelby, Ohio for sale y Thomas Drug Co., and A uguet Heimbeck. . .mi' ji, 11 1 if ,. things to eat. They presented Mrs. Phelps a purse of money as a token ! at Moline. of appreciation for her work in the' Harry Lorenz was aid. j ness caller Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Phelps and family 1 The Misses Ellen Settles and Mar a Moline bui- Naven Fuel Company Wholesale and Retail Dealers in iCOAi Telephones, Davenport 171; Rock Island 699. 428 Brown street, Davenport. 227 Twentieth street. R ock Island. TT