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THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS, THURSDAY. JUXE 11, 1914.
SUPERVISORS ARE PLEASED AT WORK AT COUNTY FARM Annual Trip of Inspection to In firmary Is Revelation of Many of the Visitors. WYLIE IS MAKING RECORD Baseball Game in Afternoon Is Fea tured by Judge Bell's Misplays and Or. Campbell's Bat. tional convention, which Is to be held at Kansas City Auk. 3 to the 9th. Mr. O'Donnell Is a former resident or this city, leaving here many years ago for the west. He I at present first as sistant park superintendent at Kansas City and has been largely lnstrurnn tal In the building up of the excellent park system In that city, lie Is also the chairman of the parade feature and member of the national commit tee. Mr. Shannahan is chairman of the national committee. Both have been attending the state convention at Moline. That the county infirmary is in the hest condition since its establishment, is the consensus of opinion of the members of the hoard of supervisors who made their annual trip of inspec tion to Co institution yesterday. In addition to members of the county beard, a number of others took the opportunity to se the plant and were surprised at the si;:" of the concern and the results which K. P.. Wylie. superintendent, has been able to ac compli" MAY TAKE STEPS AGAINST FAMINE Commissioners Visit Pumping Station and Figure to In stall Reserve Machine. The city commissioners are consid ering plans for protecting Hock Island against a water famine should the present pump at the pumping station sustain a breakdown. This morning an old pump, formerly used at the station, was put in opera tion but it worked only about three- cuir.ntuous dinner was served at Quarters of an hour and was not Suf- noon. After dinner the visitors con-! ficiently powerful to pump the water eluded to er.?a?e in the national pas- to the tank from where it is filtered, time and two haoeball teams were I The present pump is of sufficient rhnspn. under the leadership of Judge! power to care for the needs of the It. S. Be!! and State's Attorney F. K. Thompson. Judze Hell claims his men t"xk the contest by a score of 17 to II. although the county prosecutor Insists that the umpire. Dr. Morgan, robbed him of the game. Have Ball Game city, but In case of a breakdown Rock Island would be up against it for wa ter. Moline would be asked for aid as there is a connection between the mains of the two cities at forty sixth street. However, while no accidents or trou- ball ' k'e are looked for. yet the commission ers .reel mat sometning snouiu neuone to protect the city from a famine should the present pump lie placed out of commission. THINK THEY HAVE GOT CHECK CROOK V Colored Man Arrested Had Many Papers in Pocket of Suspicious Character. The police are holding for further In vestigation Elmer Wallace, a peg-legged colored man. who was arrested In Spencer square last evening by Offi cer Fitzsimmons. on a charge of dis orderly conduct. In Wallace's pockets there were sev eral checks, some of which were filled out and others of which were blank. They were old ones, at one time used by the Will county bank of Joliet. Ill, One of the checks made out was payable to Wallace and signed G. D. McKinzer. It was -for $10 and was dated June 1. The police believe that Wallace is a crook, and will make a thorough investigation of the case. When arraigned before Police Mag istrate Smith this morning the case against Wallace was continued until Saturday. ' He was taken to the county jail :n default of bonds In the sum of 1400. week previous. There Is also an Item describing a battle In the Franco-Austrian war In October. These items Il lustrate just how long It took to get news In the pioneer days, when they were without trains, telegraph and tel ephones. Another interesting item is an advertisement offering for tale a saw mill, also a stout, healthy and ac tive negro wench. Mrs. Hopson has been offered $250 for the paper by the State Historic.:! society of Michigan, but refused it be cause the paper is a family heirloom. 33k SAY IOWA LAWS FAVOR ANIMALS Speakers at Federation of La bor Meeting at Davenport Are Bitter. START EXODUS TO OHIO CONVENTION Local Camp Clerks Will Leave First and Foresters and Head Officers Follow. Th" feature pl.iy was a Sy which Juda Beli- did not catch. After careful coach in? Supervisor K. H. McMumhv. Canoe Creek, as to thei rfomMior of an a!i:l-te the and instructing his Dutdis to This afternoon th commissioners "match him." the jurist proceeded to ! k a trip to the pumping station for drop an easv f.v. However, true to the nl esllal,u" anu i'rul lual " I-struction he had received. McMur- nances permit it maybe that an elec phv made a hird run for a drive and trical pump will be installed to be put up h's hands, only to have tlin ue1 in emergencies, bail slip through his fingers and land : The commlssoners met in session in his eye. this morning and informally discussed Dr. J. A. Campbell of the Water- j several matters including the lnstalla town hospital was a real hero and be-1 tion of several sidewalks and street sides poinding out two home runs. ! grades, provsd to be som.' second baseman i wh-n te caugiit the diminutive Robert p" Rnk between the bases, sat down on j II OBITUARY II him and then ordered the ball thrown j to h:m so he could tag his man. Anthony J. Fassnacht. The line ut follows, each team hav-j Relatives In the city have received Ir.g four, oui fielders: . word of ,he death 0f Anttiony J. Fass- i'a'ier c McGirapsiy nachc who passed away last Sunday Fteart P Peterson i t pbw.nix Ariz., afu.r a two weeks' Llpton lb Wilson ,,,- with t.-nhnid fever. The re- f'fmnhr.tl ?h Vrrmn ! H-'jy Sb Kuehl I I mains are being brought to Rock Is- Lees Rof ss JIcMurphy if Hank Roberts ef Thompson! Kerna rf Graflund Bell rf Smith i land for burial, the funeral- party start ing east last evening. Deceased was the son of Mr. and Mrs. John Fassnacht, Sr., 2S19 Eighth avenue, and was bcrn in this city July 1. 1S0. He was united ia marriage March 2S. 1905. to Miss Margaret Kel- The first exodus from Rock Island to Toledo, Ohio, of Woodmen to at tend the head camp will occur tomor row when local camp clerks will de part for the Ohio city. Meeting of the Head Camp Clerks' association commences Saturday. The local drill team of Foresters will depart on Saturday, when the head of ficers, members of the board of direc tors and executive council leave also. The Foresters will depart on a spe cial train, leaving here shortly after noon Saturday. They will travel in a special car which will be bedecked with banners, boosting the campaign of James McNamara who is candidate for head clerk to succeed C. W. Hawes. That . Iowa pays more attention to hogs, cattle and crops than to it3 workers, was the claim of several delegates in an extended discussion of the child and women labor problem before the Iowa Federation of Labor at Davenport last night. It was pointed out there are only four fac tory Inspectors in the state, a number entirely Inadequate to procure the rigid supervision of factories to pre vent the employment of women and children for long hours and at small wages. State Labor Inspectors Za man and Bye, led the discussion, ex plaining conditions. DELINQUENT SALES HAVE BEEN ENDED The sale of property for delinquent taxes has practically been completed by County Treasurer W. H. Whiteside. In the country townships the usual 25 per cent of the amount of the taxes was added, but in Rock Island and Moline townships the per cent will not average over 10 per cent, due to the lively bidding by W. E. Bailey and others. If property is not redeemed In six months, a 50 per cent pemlty is added. MAN ARGUES WITH COURT TO A LOSS Jim Parks Couldn't See How the Judge Could Do It but Is to Be Shown Soon. Boosting for Eagles' Meet. E. J. Shannahan and Thomas E. i ly. A little over two years ago the O'lK.nnril of Kan ,a.s City ere in Hock I family moved west, where Mr. Fas3- - "uvuL ---I Daca to waienown nospitai within a i me wens rargo express iuui)aui. short time Police Magistrate C. J. Smith this morning said to Jim Parks who lives at the lower end of town, that if he didn't behave that he would be sent HOW OR "TIZ" HELPS L TIRED FEET There survive, beside the wife, two children, Genevieve, aged S, and Wil liam, aged 3 months. Mrs. Fassnacht is also threatened Parks, however, was of a different opinion, spying: "I don't see how you can do it." 4.11 right, Charlie take him back Cood-Lre sore feet, burning fret, swol len fet, sweaty feet, smelling feet, tired, feet. Good-bye corns, callouses, bunions and raw spots. .no more shoe tight r.es, no more limping with pain or drawing up vour faro in axonr. "TIZ" is magical. acts right o.'L "TIZ" draws out all the j rxiisoiKi'is exuda- I 1 . ... i tions whicu pull lip the feet. Vr.e "TIZ" and for- g"t vour foot misery. Ah! how cmn-fortat.l- vour feet fee!. Get a 2. cent lx of "TIZ" now at any druggist or department store. Don't suflYr. Have gowl f-t. glad feet, feet that never well, r"v-r 1 urt, never get tired. A year' a ir,nt comfort guaranteed or with typhoid fever and was unable to and we'll show him how we do It," re- aeccmpany the body to this city. In addition to the parents, one brother, John Jr. of this city, and one si.-.ter. Mrs. Edward Ramser, Chicago, are living. Funeral of Miss Munroe. The funeral of Miss Pearl Munroe was held this afternoon at 2 o'clock from Kent's undertaking parlors. Rev. plied the magistrate. A short time later he continued the case for ten days on account of lack of witnesses and held Parks under bonds in the sum of $400. He went to the county jail in c efault of bail. Parks, when arrested by the police last night, was barefooted and appear ed in police court void of shoes or socks His wife n.ade the complaint against Granville II. Sherwood had charge of him and appeared in police court to the services. Interment was in Chip piannock cemetery. moutj refunded. Harper llou.-e Pharmacy. - (Adv.) FCULTRY FANCIERS TO HOLD MEETING TONIGHT The beard of directors of the Mis- j sissippi Valley Fanciers" association - will he held this evening at the office of Dr. O. M. Myers on Eighteenth street. The coming poultry show will be discussed. The members of the so ciety are much enthused over the nu merous ' letters received from promin ent poultry raisers who have already signified their willingness to enter the show. First Appearance New Steamer Majestic Sunday, June 14 . -y 1 I I 1.'V testify ajgaiiist him this morning. She said that he spent all of his money for drirk ard that as soon as he became intoxicated he made life miserable for her. She told Magistrate Smith that she had secured her husband's release from Watcrtown and that he had prom ised to behave, but did not. PEKSON AL. POINTS II V Miss Dorothy Rhoads. who has been attending the Northwestern university at Evanston the past year, returned home last evening. Miss Frances Rhoads, who has been visiting in Ev anston, returned with her. Miss Hazel Frantz, 808 Forty-second street, who has been at St, Anthony's hospital for the past two weeks where she underwent a surgical operation, was able to be removed to her home. The operation was successful and she is making a good recovery. Miss Mary Boelens will sail June 20 from New York on the steamer Lap land for a three-months' Turopean trip. She will return on the steam ship Scandinavian from Glasgow to Montreal, visiting in England, Scot'.and and returning via the St. Lawrence river. NoIp Comes Vacation Time and a large part of the pleasure comes from being cor rectly and comfortably dressed. The-Bee Hive is splen- didly prepared to supply your every need in garments for outing, camping or traveling. Women 9s and Misses 9 "Bathing Suits $1.69. $1.98, $3.25, $4.98 "We control the sale in this city of the celebrated ""Water Sprite" one-piece bathing suits. Prettilv trimmed, , jaunty styles and the most practical and easiest "on and orx ' batmng suit tnat s made. "Bathing Caps in Nelpest TLffects 25c, 50c, 69c, $1.00 Middy Blouses, 38c to $1.98 Dozens of new effects in galatea jeans and crepe. The new Chinese Coolie and Chink Coats and Maxixe Blouses; prettily trimmed collars, cuffs, pockets and emblems. 38c, 69C 98c, $1.2$, $1.69 M5 Skat Players to Compete in East. Henry Lange, 2706 Seventh avenue, and Fred Ludolph, 1601 Fourth ave nue, will leave tomorrow morning for Philadelphia, where they will repre-1 sent Rock Island in the annual na tional skat tournament. The Scott county players across the river have chartered a special train to take them to Philadelphia, and several hundred are going to make the trip from Dav enport. Wash Skirts, 69c to $7.50 More new black and white ratine skirts, newest effects in plaids, checks, and stripes, in the popular long tunic ' and double tiered styles. Really stunning looking and . they wash. ; Si. 98 and $2.69 White Mid-Summer and Outing Hats Panama Hats New and smartly trimmed in small and medium shapes, fresh from our workrooms every day. $3.75 and $5.00. Outing Hats of white felt, ratine erepes, P. K. and duck the very best val ues here at ever3r price. 29c to $1.69. Hie "Bee Hibe On The Qrner Second and Brady Streets, Dabenport, Iowa 3& ire 1 1 LOCAL DELEGATES TO ATTEND MEET Illinois Retail Merchants Asso ciation to Hold Convention at Blooming-ton. EI COUSIN IS KILLED IN CYCLE ACCIDENT Assistant State's Attorney A. C. Ed wards returned to Rock Island this morning and resumed his duties after having been absent from the city for the past Ave days. He was called to Champaign last Friday owing to the death of his cou sin. Earl Cain, who was killed In a motorcycle accident. He remained there until Monday, attending the fu neral and then departed for St. 'Louis and towns in the southern part of Illi nois, where he attended to business matters. AFTERNOON EXCURSION TO MUSCATINE Leave Davenport 2:30 p. m.; leave Rock Island 3:00 p. m.; arrive Muscatine 6:30 p. m.; leave Muscatine 7:00 p. m. Fare Only 50c. Lar8e,t excurion iteimer afloat on wetem river, capacity 2,500 pattnger. 3,000 electric liflht. Dance floor perfectly level, 30x165, no post. It' worth the price of admission to see her. W. H. LA MONT, Agent. Phone, Davenport 2573 HUSBAND ON SPREES; ASKS FOR A DIVORCE Suit for divorce was filed this morn ing by Mrs. Ixretta Neils against Ed ward fs'eila. The couple was mar ried July 22. 1902. in Rock Island, and separated May 20, 1914. Habitual drunkenness is alleged. P. F. McNeil, Davenport, is counsel for Mrs. Neils. HAS A ULSTER COUNTY GAZETTE DATED JAN., 1800 Mrs. Georgia Hopson, a trained nurse, who resides at 421 Fifteenth street in this city, has in her posses sion a valuable newspaper published by Samuel Orek & Son. In New York state, which is over 114 years old. The paper la the Ulster County Gazette, pub:ished In Kingston. Ulster county. New York, Jan. 4, 1800. In the paper Is an account of the funeral of Gen eral George Washington, giving the line of march of the procession and all detail. The Item Is dated Pee. 20. stating that t'ae funeral was held the to June Brides A surprisingly large number of June Brides have sent us their names and the names of their gro cers. If vou are a June Bride of 1914 and re side in Scott or Rock Island county, send us vour name and get a FREE sack of G O L D R I M Flour Address Western Flour Mill Co., Davenport, Iowa Programs for the annual convention of the Illinois Retail Merchants' asso ciation, which is to be held at Jack sonville, have been received by George H. Kingsbury, secretary of the Rock Island Business Men's association. The gathering is to bejield the first four days next week at Jacksonville. Mr. Kingsbury expects to attend and will be present at a meeting of the secretaries which will convene on Mon day previous to the convention proper. W. S. McCombs, president of the local association, will be unable to be pres ent, but It is probable that J. T. Mar ron, vice president, and H. A. Cleven stine and F. R. Kuschmann will make the trip. Social Events SWANSONNELSON. Miss Anna Nelson, daughter of Mrs. Alma Nelson of Matherville, and Wal ter Swanson. son of Mr. and Mrs. Nels Swanson. 614 Third avenue, were united in marriage last evening at a pretty home wedding at the home of the groom. There were 70 guests as sembled in the living room and parlor to witness the ceremony, which was performed at 8 o'clock by Rev. Karl Nilsson of the First Swedish Lutheran church. Just before the ceremony Miss Esther Malmrose sang "Beloved. It Is Morn," and Miss Nellie Swanson. a sister of the groom, announced the coming of the bridal party with the strains of the wedding march from Lohengrin. Mr. and Mrs. John Nel son, a brother and sister-in-law of tbo bride, '.cted as best man and brides maid. The ceremony was performed under an arch which was carried out In the bride's chosen colors, blue and white, and banked with ferns, smilax and plants. The colors were also very effectively carried out by streamers suspended from the chandeliers to the corners of the room, and blue and white hearts in the doorways and be low the chandeliers. While congratu lations were extended. Miss Malmrose sang "A Perfect Day" and "Heart and Flowers." The bride wore a wedding dress cf sheer white voile trimmed with shadow lace and carried an arm bouquet of bride' roses. She wore a wreath of lilies of the valley in her hair. The bridesmaid wore blue voile trimmed with shadow lace and carried sweet peos. After the ceremony a course dinner was served. Mr. and Mrs. Swanson left on the midnight train for a visit in Chicago and Lake Geneva, Win. Her going away gown was of dark blue crepe de chine trimmed with lace. Mr. Swan son is a graduate of the Rock Island high school and is now the recording clerk at the Root & Van DerVooit shops of East Moline. The out of town guests were Mrs. Alma Nelson, daughter Mabel and son David of Matherville; Mrs. S. A. Nel son and daughter Mabel of Aledo; Mr. and Mrs. Charles Nelson of Galesburg; Mr. and Mrs. John Nelson of Sherrard, and Albert Johnson of Coal Valley. GUILD BAZAR CLEARS $50. . The annual bazar of St. Elizabeth's guild of Trinity Episcopal church was held yesterday evening at the parish house and $50 was cleared from the sale of fancy articles, ice cream, straw berries and cake. During the even ing Mrs. Claire Lange, vocalist, accom panied by Grace Holcomb at the piano, gave an informal program of songs. SOCIAL ANNOUNCEMENTS. The Ladies' Aid society of Edge wood Baptist church will be entertained to morrow afternoon at the residence of Mrs. C. H. Dooley, 4434 Seventh avenue. f' (. church was postponed on account of the smallpox cases near Hillsdale. : Mr. and Mrs. Dave Genung visited . of JVIr. and Mrs. George Genung. Mr. and Mrs. William Etpper and sons spent Sunday at the home of Mrs. H. LIphardt near Hillsdale. , The fine rain recently did a great amount of good to the growing crops and the farmers are thankful for It. ii COE J Mr. and Mrs. Howard Reeves and little son, Donald, of Cordova spent Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Gerkins. , Mr. and Mrs. Peter Mahlstead and daughter, Lucy, spent Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Nelson, near Cordova. Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Walker were Sunday visitors at the home of Mrs. Warren Walker, near Hillsdale. Mr. and Mrs. George Ashdown and children spent Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. A. Devinney, near Rapid City. Sam Lambert's house near Cordova was struck by lightning last Thurs day evening. A- small amount of dam age was done. ' Children's day program at Bethel DIVORCES GRANTED BY JUDGE OLMSTED Two suits for divorce were granted this morning by Judge R. W. Olmsted in circuit court. Mrs. Jane Pope, do line, was given a decree from John Pope, on the ground of desertion,, and Mrs. Myrtle Gaffney, Milan, was freed from Frank Gaffney, because of. ex treme and repeated cruelty. H. M. McCaskrin was the attorney in -both actions. Yesterday afternoon Mrs. Nellie De Meyer, East Moline, was divorced from Hrl Julius De Meyer. Cruelty and drunk enness were charged. Fred Railsback was the attorney. ' 1 f I 1'! m ! ;! rh All the Argus. news all the time. The DIVIDENDS Are what you want. It is the steady income that count. " - Get our printed report on Tonopah Extension. A dividend has just been declared amounting to 7Vi per cent. This may continue every 3 month. Market price is under $3.00 per share with $4 to $5 freely predicted by those in a position to forecast the future with some degree of accuracy. Send for this report, read It, and place your buying orders. Stock listed on the New York curb with large volume of trading daily. Ask for circular No; 81. JONES & BAKER l Stock Broker. Bank floor 41, So. La Salle St.. Chicago. 25 Broad St., New York. ! Direct private wire to New York and Boston. Big Free Gala Weelc .to 'tl' Starting Monday, June 15. 24th St., between 3rd and 5th Aves.' TOM W. ALLEN and his PARKER CARNIVAL CO. 15 Big Attractions 15 Cleanest, Best High Class Carnival Show on Road Todayi Free Band Concert Every Day. Admission to Grounds FREE " i i i at 1 1 1 ? Mi I ! i' ' i;; Hi In m si in- to 1 ! t 1 ? 1 I) 1 til t u f 5 t ? !l H 11 in ML V I . i 1!