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TIIK ROCK ISLAND ARGUS, TUESDAY, APRIL 14. 1014.
MOLINE'S SECTION OF THE ARGUS
Day's News Happenings in Rock Island's Sister City
NESBIT TALKS ON
Well Known Chicago Writer
Guest of After Dinner Club
LARGE CROWD IS PRESENT
More Than 200 Members Hear Famous
H umoritt Cit David as Ex
ample to Be Followed.
Speaking on the subject. "The fp
building of the City." Wilbur I. Nes
blt, the Chicago writer and humorist,
addressed a crowd of 2-H niembrs of
the Moline After Dinner club lasc
evening sit a banquet hold in the room
of the Commercial club.
"You have a great aty here." said
Mr. Nesbit, "but you cn make It
greater. And there is only one way in
which to make It greater. You can
not build upon yourself alone. You
must attract others, men and leaders
of ability, to you anl make them like
you. Remember the story of David. It
is a wonderful story, and Iavid was a
forceful man. lie had the 'do it now' i
sign on hi3 desk all t ie time. And
men mere attracted to his camp wnen
AbMilam revolted aeaint h:m. an.-t
they liked him and remained to lau!e
f . r hirn. That is what you must do
! build a greater c:?: .
"Speaking of David he was the
newspaper poe: ef Israel.
at the V. M. C. A. and a number of
invited guests attended a banquet last
evening at the local association. A.
C. Barber, traffic manager of the Mo
line Plow company and C. S. Trevor,
were the principal speakers.
FINED $100 FOR
East Moline Man Made Several
Efforts to Break Into .
CANVASS OF THE
VOTE IS FINISHED
Official Count of Last Tuesday's
Township Election Is
Because he Insulted 14-year-old Min
nJe Baker of East Moline. and in addi
tion made several attempts to break
into the Baker home when he knew
the girl was there alone. Joseph B
Suchy. a married man, a'.so a resident
of Kast Moline. jwas fined $100 and
costs this morning In police court by
Justice Kred Entrikin. Being u-nable to
par the fine he was sentenced to :
davs In the county jail.
II OBITUARY RECORD II
Mrs. Hokan Ede.
Mrs. Hokan Kde. a pionec resident
of this city, died at her home after a
long illness. She resided U f-'O
Twentieth street. Her husband is the
sole surviving member of the famll:
Itcceased was born in Sweden In 1840.
and came to Kock sland in ISO. where
she was married. Two years later the
couple moved to this city.
Funeral services will be held Thurs-
W len 1m day afternoon at 2:30 frjin the Swrd-
wa sad lie wrote a io-m sa'ajisli Lutheran church. It'.-. . r. r-erg-
!:e a.i fad. wlipn he w as mad Le ' strom officiating. Interment wil' 1e in
wrote a poem and said he was mail. ! Riverside cemetery.
when he was glad he wrote a piem and
sj!d he was glad. bu he wrote ot.erpiII IV Q flPATU FIIIP
thirds Hose toman and nature There I'll I LI O UCHIH UUC
is nothing I love more than h's psa!ms. !
I eve to bear them suns. I suyiw:e i
many of yoa yesierjay h"arl t'icni !
u-ig by paid quartr's in your churches. :
Thit is a'l right, but I never "iiali for
ge! hearing the rMijrtsitioa of a l:t
tle thnrrh in Cejerburc ting the K'lsl ;
Palii. Tjoy sang from their heart-;.'
and whn yo: sing tiiat w ay you n-e-I .
never be af'ai l of getting te b:y j
sicnal from God."
TO NATURAL CAUSES
The official canvass of the vote of
last Tuesday's township election was
completed yesterday afternoon at the
office of Town Clerk George Gould,
and the results were given out as fol
lows; Town Clerk.
E. M. Lethln, R 2743
C. Christopher. D. 123G
A. E. Kroyd. Prog 2250
J. V. Thorngren, Peo 779
G. Henry, Soc 17S2
S. N. Johnson, R. 1710
Benton Pa vis. D. 84$
II. Oldefest. Prog 2972
F. E. Samuels. Peo 1843
J. C. Gibson, Soc 1C67
I j. J. Bengston, R. 1738
Julia M. Dunn. D. 10fi3
G. A. Schrader, Prog 150.
Mrs. E. Anderson. Peo 29tl7
G. A. Gustafson. Soc 1613
A. Oppenheimer, Ind 619
A. J. VanderVennet. R 17C2
Emil Xyquist, R. 2474
R. H. -Monro, R 2001
Mary Ogden. R 2730
Mrs. A. C. Walker. R. . ...2fi75
Will Held. D. 1290
R. R. Glenn. D. 117.1
August Coene. D. . .'. M7
S. D. Hicks. D S3;S
W. J. Rank, D. 119:1
C. .1. Brunstrum, Prog. ...2127
C. 5. Kerns. Prog 2453
John Weckel. Prog 201 3
H. C. First. Prog 2272
M. Bockaert. Prog 1S24
. . 704
A. Lundholm. Peo. .
A coroner's jury this morning re-1 g Dailev, Peo
furred a verdict that the death of j Raima Keller. Peo.
Oliias: Gorlus. 6-inonlhs-old daughter M. S. I-amb, Peo. .
of Mr. and Mrs. Anton Cerlus. 1525 J Edwards, Peo,
Seventh avenue, was due to natural
Tim chilli ti,nl sl k SllTKlavl
with a severe cold. She be- Mrs. Kse Maasg, Soc.
II. C. Thompson. Soc.
A 'lifnlnnrl Qiv
.f.iir 'T lin 1 lrl link KU'k Mini flV I v. ........ .....
morning with a
cair.e worse during the niirht and died I
Mor.day morning in a fit of coughing. K- F. Lundahl. Soc 1930
part of Clroflcl's mother , and his sis
ter for the truth.
Mr. Clancy came to Albany yester
day afternoon and told his story to
Superintendent John B. Riley of the
state prison department and Gov
ernor Glynn. The.warden first Issued
a formal statement rehearsing a part
of what Ciroflcl told him. and later
added details which included Clroflcl's
admission that he and other gangs
ters had sought Rosenthal two nights
before the slaying.
The formal statement of the warden
"About 8 o'clock Sunday night Ros
enberg asked me to save Frank, say
ing he had nothing to do with the
shooting; he was not there. I went
over and asked Frank why he did not
tell the truth. He replied that he
knew what was going on, but was not
there when the shooting took place.
I advised him to tell the whole story
Fears for Brother's Life.
"He said if he did they would kill
bis brother. I asked whom he meant
by 'they. He replied that there were
50 men in New York he could name.
He said: 'I don't care about myself;
It's my family I care for.'
"I caused Frank Cirofici to be
brought from the condemned cellhouse
to the principal keeper's office about 4
o'clock Monday morning. The chap
lain, his mother and his sister urged
him to tell the whole truth. He hesi
tated and said:
"T don't want to make any state
ment for the public. I do not care
for myself, but I do fear for you.
"His sister replied:-'Don't have any
fear for us; we will take care of our
selves. God will protect us."
"He said: 'I did not do the shoot
ing. The men who fired the shots
were Gyp, Louis and Vallon. I was
4154 1 five miles away at the time. So far as
I know Becker had nothing to do with
this case. It was a gamblers' fight.'
"He mentioned several raids on
gambling houses and said that the
story Shapiro told to Commissioner
Dougherty was true. He said: 'I told
some- lies on the stand to prove an
alibi for the rest of the boys.
Part of Testimony Untrue.
"The testimony about the conversa
tion with Rose in the car on the way
230 j down was not true. I was in Bridgey
ENDS IN ARREST
Mrs. Dorothy Mordhorst and
Swan Peterson-Engage in
SUMMON MANY WITNESSES
Whole Neighborhood May Take Sides
in Police Court When Case Comes
Up for a Hearing.
Mrs. Dorothy Mordhorst, living on
Twentieth avenue near Fourteenth and
a half street, had Swan Peterson, a
neigh"xr, arrested yesterday on a
charge of disorderly conduct, but
hardly had she sworn out the warrant
before Mr. Peterson retaliated and
swore out a similar charge against
Mrs. Mordhorst and she also was ar
rested. The two arrests were the culmina
tion of a neighborhood quarrel and
feud which has existed for some time,
and it is said the whole neighborhood
has become involved. It seems that
the two main instigators of the quar
rel. Mrs. Mordhorst and Peterson, en
gaged in a wordy battle yesterday
which ended when the woman threat
ened to shoot the man.
Case Is Continued.
Justice Fred Entrikin granted a
continuance of their case this morn
ing, as witnesses will have to be sum- j
moned. Tomorrow morning it will 1
come up before the court at 9 o'clock
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Illinois Game and Fish Commission
Illinois is the greatest hunting and showing the sum total of all the work
fishing state in the union, and the done in their district. The commi-
pion had adopted a set of rules and
and it is said that almost every neigh-j of her fishing industry exceeds n r--
bor will appear as witnesses on one J that of any state except Oregon, where , ties an(J WOrk of the deputies and ar
side or the other.
FIRE LADDIES ARE BUSY
ITlie parents are unable to talk the
j English language and an Interpreter j Yes
FIRST TIME FOR A WEEK 1 was n-cesar' in .taking the evidence. Mol) o052
Tlie Moline fi-e i-; -rmen. -js
a':ed to rf-sni;ad i.j an a'arm yester
day fcr t ie first time iu almo-jt a
wek. The d ;h to the blaze wai
quickly m?.d-. but it ti'rti':J out t.- ho
nurlv a gras tire war Tven:ic'.u
avta-ie and Tenth ttrec-t. Tile r'-n;-:unab!e to secure any trace of t'hris
pany was surnmo'iel asain last n.'glit Oalla.x. who brutally attacked Mrs.
tc a grass fire u the biuf at Twenty- Sophia Kuracopolis in her home late
third street. Nt ither blaze di'l any ; yesterday aftfrnoon and in an effort i
GALLAS IS STILL AT LARGE. I
East Moline Police Hunt Man Who j
Attacked Mrs. Euracopolis.
Kast Moline police have so far been
Wehber's when the arrangements
"He admitted his knowledge of and
participation in the preparations for
the murder, but denied' his presence
when the actilal murder was com
mitted." After making his statement to Mr.
Clancy, Cirofici almost collapsed and
this was the cause of the sudden
switch in the warden's pians which
sent "Dago Frank" to the chair first
instead of "Gyp the Blood."
At no time, according to the war
den, did any of the gunmen except
TO VISIT CITY
Youngest Automobile Globe
Girdler in the World Will
Appear in Moline.
' to apprehend him have caused the
i dragnet to he thrown out in the quad
I W" 1 1 .'. 11 l:,ct court HalTae n-9a riltinn.
PROPOSED BOND ISSUE ;ear!ng down an alley near the worn
The Members of the Moline Woman"? an's home. Circulars bearing a des-
WOMAN'S CLUB FAVORS
Wet majority 3S0
Women 1935 ' ing Rosenthal as were the men
Cirofici tell him that they were inno-
. . i : 9 . 1 1 1 1 I. 1
t".'l.u' l" """" , """""'I driven automobiles
w uney twis alw ays ueciareu mai
he did not fire a shot.
Mr. Clancy said that "Dago Frank"
and "Whitey Iewis" always believed
that they were not as guilty of slay-
I fired the shots.
While Mr. Clancy was sitting in Mr.
''ib ha adopted resolutions favoring ;
lie prsposed i suanre o' S34.5'tJ worth '
tf br.nJs for the motorizing and mod-;
rm'z'.ni of t!ie city tire department. '
tie vcte c-n v.hich wil come no April;
LI. Tl:e adojt'on of favorable re-io-u-:
l!f!s by the women makes four n!r'irr.r'
c rg2iiizatlcns in tlie city w h'r-h have I
recDmnirnded to the vcters tiiat t'.io j
lend; be voted.
cription of Gallas were put out today,
as the police are anxious to place him
be'iiiid the bars. He bears an evil '
reputation and lias been in trouble on
previous occasions. The condition cf '
.Mrs. Kuracopolis is much Improved!
Taylor Bank Director.
Dr. W. K. Taylor has been elected a
Banquet at Y. M. C. A.
j director of the Peoples' Savings Bunk
?:iJ Tru: L company to fill a vacancy
3 SLAYERS NAMED
BY DAGO GUNMAN
Miinb'rs of the suk:ii.arifchii tlasjihat '.ihh existed for some time.
This Womn Knows
How Bo 53. 23. Cures
Riley's office last night the superin
243S j tendent of prisons expressed the hope
that no other men ever would pay the
penalty of death in the electric chair
in this state.
Warden Clancy denied reports that
he was on the verge of a nervous
breakdown owing to his experience
with the gunmen.
Bot'.i Mr. Riley and Mr. Clancy ex
pressed the opinion that nothing con
tained In Cirofici's statement would
have any effect on the second trial of
former Police Lieutenant Charles
This letter is ju't received. i
Haw -. -ville, Ky.
Hiif been lining your D. D. D. in my
family for three jears. i Uave recom-
nifiidVd it to many. It is a pleasure
to tell sufferers from kin d'sases of
a remedy that w ill cure eczema when ;
i for telling them of so wonderful a cure.
Mrs. w. i. crammo.no.
The cures of O. D. D. are past belief.
All druggists have this soothing, cod
ing wash and also the efficient D. D.
1. Skin Soap that keeps the skin al
ways clean and healthy.
Jf you suffer from any form of Itch.
everything else fails. Those who have ask your druggist today about D. I. D.
used it at my suggestion have been ; He w ill cell you the first full size bottle
ureatly benefited, a number entirely on the guarantee that it w ill stop the
turd. They are very grateful to me. itch at once or your money refunded.
D. D. D. Soap Keeps Your Skin Healthy
"Lefty Louie" and Vallon
Fired on Rosenthal.
Within the next week Moline will be
visited by John E. Hammond. Jr., the
youngest globe trotter in the world.
John is now only IS months of age
and left Ixs. Angeles on Saturday;
April 11. for his fifth auto trip across
the continent. He is riding with his
father and mother, whose home is in
The Hammonds say that they are
going to break the record for a trip
across the United States for one man
They have made
the trip before in 23 days but hope to
complete this trip in 20 days. A' two
cylinder Zip car is used and an aver
age of 200 miles per day is made.
Hammond, Sr., has made two trips
the Columbia river salmon comes
The state game and fish conserva
tion commission, tiirough its various
legal agents, issues every year more
hunting and fishing licenses than any
This commission came into exist
ence July 1, 1913, supplanting the old
; game and fish commissions, whose ab
olition was recommended by Governor
Dunne after the state civil service
commission had made a report alleg
ing that grave inefficiency and wide
spread waste characterised the de
partments. In a summary of its work to date j
the conservation commission states
that it has:
' Made 3(2 arrests for violations of
l the game and fish law.
Made 204 confiscations of illegal
game and fish.
Collected $5,000.29 in fines for viola
tions. Collected ?5,S59.40 for fishing li
censes. Collected ?12S,917.13 for hunting li
censes. Destroyed 1.000,000 gar-pike, . a
worthless fish that eats its betters.
Rescued from low-water ponds along
the Illinois river, where they would
5,000,000 small black
buffalo, channel cat,
arounu tne woria on a motorcycle, ana ; naVe perished,
was riding partner with Bobby Walt-; hass crannies
hour in a number of the famous six perch and carp wnich were shipped to
i stock small rivers and lakes.
The department is in charge of three
day bicycle races held in Madison I
Square garden. New York city
ties and w ork of the deputies, and art
rigidly enforcing the rules, as well as
the various provisions of the law.
A system of accounting and book
keeping has been installed that en
ables the commission to keep an ac
curate account with every county, vit
lage or city clerk for licenses sold,
and with every justice of the peace
and court for the, collection of fines.
Thousands of illegally caught fish
have been confiscated and donated to
the public charities. Each donation,
under the rules, has been receipted for
and the receipts kept on file in the de
partment office. Almost all of the
various charitable institutions of the
state have been recipients of dona
tions of this character. A great many
large shipments of illegally killed wild
ducks and quail hare been confiscat
ed and sold and the money turned in
to the treasury.
" A number of game preserves or res
cue stations for caring for quail and
other game in bad weather have been
established and posted; several of the
better fishing places have been ' set
apart as fish preserves; and plans are
now laid and the work begun for the
establishment and maintenance of
fish hatcheries at Havana and Fox
HE WOULD CLEAR BECKER
Knew of Plot, but Warn Not at Scene
of Killing, Is Statement Before
Stand Pat" for KlZZX-m ID
If your eroccr should tell you that tome
other bread is "ust-as-eood" tell him that
r intut kftter.
is in a class br itself. "There can be nosuh-
smure. It is just as pure as home-made bread; just as clean
and digestible, and more economical because mother's time
is worth much to her family. It takes the place of mother's
bread, but nothing can take the place of
10c and Sc loaves at all grocer m
KOEN BAKING COMPANY,
Rock Island, III.
) 111 1 .If
Albany, April 14 Shortly before the
execution of "Dago Frank" Cirofici,
: who was the first of the four gunmen
to go to the death chair in Sing Sing
j prison early yesterday, he told War
den Clancy that "Gyp the Blood" Horo
witz. "Lefty Louie" Rosenberg and
Harry Vallon, an informer, fired the
shots which killed Herman Rosenthal,
for which crime the four gunmen paid
"So far as I know, Becker had noth-
; lng to do with this case," the gunman
! also declared. "It was a gamblers'
fight. Ciroflcl averred he was five
miles away at the time the crime was
committed, and that "Whitey Lewis"
Seidenshiner, although present at the
scene of the shooting, did not fire any
of the shots.
Ciroflcl made no attempt, however,
to deny that he was included in the
original plot to slay Rosenthal, even
admitting that two nights before the
gambler was slain he went with other
gangsters to look for their intended
victim. They were frightened away
from Rosenthal on that occasion by
men they thought were detectives.
Left Before Shooting.
The condemned man also admitted
that early on the night of the actual
killing he was In the gray "murder
car" with the gunmen, but he Insisted
that he left them before they shot the
The statement, which was made
verbally in the principal keepers' of
fice about 4 o'clock this morning, was
the result of the insistent plea on the!
ONE-HALF BOTTLE OF THE
GREAT KIDNEY REMEDY
When I sent for a sample bottle of
Swamp-Root. I was in great distress
day and night. Before I received sam
ple by mail, I went to our best doctor
(and he is second to none in this vi
cinity) and told him how. I felt. He
put me up a bottle of medicine. I
was about a week taking the medicine,
but was no better than when I began.
I then began your sample bottle .and
before I got through with it. I felt
a change. The scalding sensation did
not bother only a few times in the
middle of the day. I would not have
believed such a small quantity would
have done so much, but before it was
gone I learned that our druggist kept
Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root and so got
a large bottle for one dollar but ac
tually worth one hundred dollars. I
only took one large tablespoonful
three times a day and before 1 had
taken one-half bottle I was all right
and have been since. Gratefully
GEORGE S. CHAMPLI.V.
Ashaway, R. I.
State of Rhode Island. Countv of
Personally appeared Geo. S. Champ-
lin, to me well known and made oath
that the foregoing statement by him
subscribed is true.
E. R. ALLEN. Notary Public.
The younger Hammond, since his , commissioners, w ho have charge of
birth, has traveled an average of 1,000 j the entjre state. The field work is put
miles per month in automobiles.
TEAMS WIN TWO GAMES
The First and Second MetCiodi:; bas
ketball teams won basketball g;V?s
last night, the former trimming e
Second Congregationals by a-17 to 13
score, while the latter won from the
Baptists by the close score of 28 to 26
EAST MOLINE'S NEW DAILY
TO BE ISSUED TOMORROW
For the first time in its history the
city of East Moline will have a daily
paper tomorrow when the Daily Rec
ord will make its appearance. It will
be an evening publication.
Quincy Man for Congress.
Qulncy, III., April 14. Edward P.
Allen, city attorney here for six years,
has announced he will run for con
gress from the Fifteenth district-
Aviator Flies Over Andes.
Caracas, Venezuela, April 14. An
American aviator, .Cecil Peoli, yester
day made the first flight from Cara
cas over the Andes. He landed safely
at La Guayra.
Ir. Kilmer A fa
HERE are some fly proverbs that
read like the wise bits in hen
Franklin's "Poor Richard s Al
tnsnnc:" It is better to screen the cradle and
wear a smile than scoff at the precau
tion and wear mourning.
Flies In the diuing room usually pre
cede nurses In the sickroom.
. hereens lu tfie windows
crape on the door.
Flies as well as bad water spread ty
phoid. A fly in the milk may nienn a mem
ber of a. family In the grave.
in the immediate charge of six war
dens with 60 deputies, who are re
quired to give their entire time to en
forcing the law. The law provides for
licensing and tagging of seines of
specific lengths, licenses for rrfnning
fish markets, and resident and non
resident hunters' licenses.
Prior to the consolidation there was
no definite accounting system in vogue
in either of the old departments, mak
ing it very difficult to keep tab and
enforce the collection of such licenses.
The fish and game commissioners of
the state are C. J. Dittmar of Free
port, chairman; Henry V. Meeteren of
Chicago, and J. I. Blackman of Paris.
They divided the state into six dis
tricts, with a warden in charge of each,
as follows: District No. 1. Chicago;
No. 2, Sterling; No. 3, Havana: No.
4, Shelbyville; No. 5. E. St. Louis;
and No. 6, Carbond'tie. Each deputy
is required to make a daily report to
his warden of where he was and what
he did on each and every day of the
month, the arrests made, the offense
charged, and the result of the prosecu
tion, together with the fines imposed.
These daily reports are on file in these
offices and open for inspection at all
times. At the end of each month the
warden n re remilred to make a '
monthly, report to the commission
Next year's sugar crop In Cuba is
estimated at 2,400.000 tons, slightly
less than this year, when a recors
RELIABLE HOME TREATMENT.
Thousands of w ives, mothers and sis
ters are enthusiastic in their praise of
ORRINE, because it has cured their
loved ones of the "Drink Habit" and
thereby brought happiness to their
homes. Can be given secretly.
ORRINE costs only $1.00 per box. Ask
for free booklet. Harper House ph
2518 Fifth Ave.
New and Second Hand Goods
sold, bought and exchanged.
We have on hand 100 ice boxes,
almost new, all in good shape,
which we are selling at very
Don't fail to take advantage of
the exceptional bargains found
Phone 1977 R. I.
GETTING GRAY? USE SAGE TEA TO
RESTORE NATURAL COLOR OF
Says Sage and Sulphur Dark
ens Hair Beautifully and
Prove What Swamp-Root Will Do For
Send 10 cenfs to Dr. Kilmer & Co.,
Biiighamutou. N. Y.. for a BHinnle size
bottle. It will convince-am one. You
will a I -to receive a hook let of vulunhle
information, tellimc about the kidnevs
and bladder. When writing be mire
and mention The Hock Island Argus
Regular 5u-cent and one-dollar size
bottles for sale at all drug stores.
Hair that loses its color and lustre.
cr when it fades, turns gray, dull and
lifeless is caused by a luck of sulphur
in the hair, says a well known local
I pharmac ist. Our grHiulmother made vp
i a mixture of Suge Tea ami Sulphur to
A fly has natural enemies. The most lefP hr locks dark and beautiful and
persistent and most effective should be ! ev today this simple preparation has
man. Inovtmal. Million of women a.rl men
It costs less to buy a screen door
than to get sick ami lay off for a
It's a short haul from the gurlmge
can to the illnltig table via the fly
. If at first you don't succeed, swat,
swat, swnt again.
too, who vulue that even color,-that
beautiful dark 6hade of hair which is
so attractive u.se only Sai?e Ten utid
Nowadays we ure not boilur.-il with
the task ot gathering the sage leaves
and the mutssy mixing at home. Sim
ply ask at any drug store for a tf-0-
cent bottle of the ready to use pr.
paration, called "Wyeth's Sage as
Sulphur Hair Keti.edy." Customer,
like this best because it uarkM
naturally; so evenly, that uobody
possibly tell it has been applie d
sides, "it contain ingredients
take ofr dandruff, stop scalp Itco
and falling hnir. No. it isn't a de
even like it. You just dampen a spon
or soft brush with "WyetU's Sage
Sulphur" and draw it through
hair, tak'.ns one sm.ill strand tl
time. 15v morning the ray bah- "
appears; after another arnlic8t,",or
two it is restored to its natural cu.
What delir.hts the ladies '
Wvelhs Suae and Sulphur i Jbal.aiI
s'des beaut liiiliy darkening the
they say it brings back the ',,s
lustre and gives it an appear1"