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TIIE ROC ISLAND ARGUS. SATURDAY. SEPTEMBER 19, 1914.
their anakoJlke heads together to ac
complish the, destruction of their
FOR EAGLES' HOME
unBiy ma ioji subjects.
Will Pay Dividend.
" practical person that
want to pet his money's worth out
of everything, tho Christmas ship of
fera tho biggest dividend paving prop-
Will Brinj Bifffest Return for
OuUaj America Can Ever
Hope to Get.
,",,,,,u ' me. America In riven
ita opportuuity. May It arise to It as i
Ceremonies for New Bnilding
Will Take Place Tomor
o man ana send th children's
i.nristmu snip a the entering wedge
lu campaign or universal peace
PRACTICAL TO LAST DEGREE
Xamantarlan Feature Not 6ol Con
sideration Every Gift a
JUDGE OLSON TO BE HEARD
Grand Worthy Secretary, J. 3. Parry,
Will Give Principal Address
Open to the Public.
j ' : , jl
nuiiamg Committee of Rock Island Aerie of Eagles
rau-a-, t. J. JL . ,,
a-vi.v man of manv minds' Is
Bas wr familiar to typewrttisu who Much Legal Business Is Await-
aitaaipt to learn to pock with all the
8:fr Instead of Just the stub fingers.
Although tot containing alt the letters
of tie alphabet It Is found this lino
gives a correct baianc e for both hands
tni ny habitue of Brown's learns th!s
"ttle classic by reiteration and there
by gets a truth well drilled in as well
M ?eed practice. Tho correct bai
lee is to allow for many men of many
minds and In a matter like the Christ
mas ship, of which The Argus has
teen telling you. all theso varied
minis crop up. The beauty of a big
'd la that It contains elements for
sjL The practical parson, sans Imagin
ing Disposition in the
An unusually large amount of busi
ness Is scheduled to be transacted at
the September term of circuit court
which is to open Monday afternoon at
2 o'clock. Judge Robert W. Olmsted
will be on the beach.
The grand Jury, which Is to meet at
the same time. wlU hare several Im
portant cases brought to Us attention.
Among the men bound over are Or lie
Gordon. Harry McCoy and Ban Hamil-
from a mercenary stand-
toe, who are held In connection with
stloa. sans Ideals even, may gr-t the ; tho murder of the late John B. Schoes-
most satisfaction cut or the C hrlstinas sel and Brooks Johnson, colored, and
Henry Sanford. charged with attempt
lng to burglarize the safe of the Peo
ple's Power company In this city.
The members of the grand jury are
Cordova W. E. Heanev.
Not a gift that is received In the
families of European children from
tils country but will be a speaking
argument for peace. Even in this age
cf newspapers where every morning
and night a resume of the world's hap
penings ir.ar be had. many read occas
ionally, ethers not at all. And where
the dignitaries ar.d bulk of city popu
lation ta foreign countries may know
cf the general attitude of the United
S:te towar war. In the countless
haailtts the peasantry may not have
th.'s first hand knowledge. To have
a wholesale discussion of p?nc as
presented ry the appearance of the
Santa Oaos ship in all the ports of
Europe will do more to disseminate
tils knowledee. at a psychological mo
n?at, that the United States Is for
world peace, than would a mountain of
Carcegie funds. The Christmas ship
la, undoubtedly. Inspired, a pointing of
destiny which In the name of clviliza
tloa and Christianity we must not be
low to seise.
Rests on Public Opinion.
Why are the belligerents to anxious
that America think well of their re
spective countries, ana tach loudly
proclaim Itself as not at fault? Why
has a foreign country established in
this country a mushroom press to agi
tate i's side of the conflict? Because
the fate cf European crowns rests in
tie sort of public opinion that will be
recerated here and of which the rulers
'j the Izr east will take cognizance as
veil as the w ar smitten people. World
difarraaTient.. Can you Imagine what
thtt would mean? Rock Island people.
Coe C. J. Golden
Caxioo Creek II. H. Palmer.
Zuma Ambrose Searle.
Port Byron F. B. Ekelton.
Hampton William Filbert, Sr.
South Mollne Charles A. Larson.
Mollne H. H. Kuehl. Frank B.
Walker, George E. Svahs.
Hock Island J. R. Brooks. Valen
tine N'old. R. A. Cox. James Knlsley.
South Rock Island Thoma3 Daugh
erty. Black Hawk William Kale.
Coal Valley John McGimpsey.
Rural II. T. Sayers.
Bowling Samuel Moffltt.
Edglngton Robert Mclntire.
Andalusia D. L. Pannenter.
Buffalo Prairie Valentine Vetter.
Drury Phillip Xussbaum.
I PERSONAL POINTS
Hon. E. W. Hurst - and Mrs. Hurst
have returned from their summer so
journ at the seashore.
Bernard Ingram leaves tomorrow
night for Northwestern University at
Evanston where he enters on his sec
The Misses Grace and Florence Ul
lemeyer, 1707 Nineteenth street, have
returned from a month's visit at Au
rora and Chicago.
Mrs. Gus Blank of Walcott. Iowa.
Upper row John Kobermann. FreJ Ehmke, G. A. Eastberg, Frank Wich, "d. Tremann, John Swa'ns'on, R. R. R?y-olds, Joe Geiger,
Bottom row Thomas McMuhon, Augiut Bergeson, chairman; Joseph Grt tegut, secretary; William Krueger.
BIBLE TRUTHS IN
Much Public Interest
Awakened by Drama of
Creation at Family.
Collins were bound over to the grand
jury. On account of the age of the
Collins boys. It was thought best to
6end them to St. Charles. Whltsell j
will have to tand trial, and It Is p js- ;
sible he will go to Pontiac reformatory. !
I juago tie 1 1 anowea tms morning me
j first application which has been made j .
Being by a colored person for a mother s 1 Augnstana Sophs, Unaware of
AT WATCH TOWER
arrived in the city this morning to
tarouga Congressman Clyde 11. Tavea-! spend the day at the home of her sis
cer. are pretty much informed as to ! ter-in-law. Mrs. John Schwack. 25.,4
tie cost of maintenance of war prepar- j P'11 avenue.
atioa and la his daily primer has giv-1 Fred Burt, assistant head clerk of
ea them the actual facts and figures ' the Modern Woodmen of America, Has ; 0f eccliastlcism. Parf four be ing j
as never berore presented by any ! gone to Plttsnpld, Is., w nere ne w iii, silown today and tomorrow at 3 and 8;
p. m. depicts this period of the world's !
history, a period of intense interest to ,
1517 Eleventh l those who have read the history of the i
pi ueio". Mrs. Grace Harper, 2C13
,' Fifth avenue, was allowed $20 a month.
She has six children, ranging in a 15 a
from 11 years to C mouths. The father
The photo-drama of Creat'-on bring ; Is dead.
shown at the Family theatre is an ex-1 Mrs. Mary Harder. S19 Twenty-sev-cellent
presentation Biblical truth. . enth street, was allowed $1S a month
as well as secular history. With re? mother's pension. Her husband Is
erence to its prefentation of secular ; dead, and she has four children,
hlstorv. or from the time of Christ 1
until today, there are many views well1 nr fr BIT DniRSAD AVatch Tower for a spread. Their)
known to all students of history, and Kriif l I r'ilFli4ll (plans worked out even better than;
which have a bearing on the history " " " ' ! tney hail anticipated, ana no one oner-
Coup, Say Rules Were
Whils the two leading literary so
cieties of Augustana were in session I
: last evening, and the sophomores were 1
listening to well prepared speeches
! and beautiful music, the members of j
! the freshraau class stole away to the
Selection from the "Goddess of
Liberty" , Howard
Serenade, "Eleanor" Doppen
Overture, "Orpheus" Offenbach,
Selection from "The Firefly" .. Friml
Serenade Shubert Hugo Toll
(a) "Traumerle" Schumann
(b) "The Rosary" Nevln
Waltz, "Danseuse" Miles
Medley, "On My Way to Mandalay"
"Star Spangled Banner" Scott
OPEN VERDICT IS
RETURNED BY JURY
Ceremonies will be held tomorrow
afternoon marking the laying of . the
cornerstone for the handsome new
Eagles' lodge building, now in courso
of construction at the corner of Twen
ty-first street and Fourth avenue. The
home when completed, will cost in the
neighborhood pf $60,000 and win be
one of the most attractive in this
W. C. Maucker will be the master
of ceremonies and John G. Barry,
grand worthy secretary, of Kansas
City, will be present to give the prln
oiDal address. Ex-Mavor Andrew Ol-
! son of Mollne is also scheduled to
speak. Bloufrs band has been en-
! gaged for the occasion and a musical
program will .bo rendered in connec-
I lion with the nroeram. The DubllC
has been Invited to attend. The pro
gram will commence at 2 o'clock.
The home is to be three stories in
height sn'd constructed of brick. The
first floor will be used for business
purposes, the second story for club
I rooms and the third story for hall and
ledse purposes.-' The interior finish
and furnishings will be of the latest
type and the Eagles of this city may
well be proud of tbe handsome monu
ment to their efforts.
The program, for tomorrow follows:
Master of ceremonies W. C.
Selection Bleuer's band.
Prayer Rev. F. J. Rolf.
song unve iwaie cnorus 01 jioune.
Address Judge Andrew Olson of
Selection Bleuer's band.
Laying of cornerstone.
Address Grand Worthy Secretary
John S. Parry of Kansas City.
Song Olive Male chorus.
Selection Bleuer's band.
tatesman. Not even the constituents 1 spend the next week oa a business mis
of the famous Nebraskan of earlier i Elon.
t tceration had a more complete 1 Miss EJeanore Scott,
source of actual information to gov- j avenue, who has been vislt'ng at Nash
ercaectal affairs. Can you imagine ; ville, Tenn., and recuperating In the
tie impftus of thhe vast .sums of 1 mountains of the south during the
ed to interfere with their feast,
j This morning Ut iresnmen are jubl
i lant over the auccesa of the affair, al
though the sophomores are loath to
Evidence of Witnesses Conflicts
Regarding Davenport Au
EOLey d:rtct'-d Into legitimate chan
ne:s? Would the exponents of good
roads In America have to beg for a
trip of nr-cadam or rock if the sums
'Pent for gold lace and kc-ep:ng mf-n
summer, returned home today.
Miss Amy Henderson departed last
evening for Dallas, Tex., where she
I wrlll take up her duties as instructor
1 . . - . 1 T ( .- n I Inn H r-u ri PI
2 uniformed idleness were set looie lt. ,a st
JM II L me idB L lew ... .... - o
jchn iienaerfon, iu
l cportioaately in each county? City
tuiidiig? It could be accomplished in
tira ye&ri urider darmament. The
attettion of our legislators couid tiitn
he turned to constructive government.
But before any of this may be a pofii
tiiity we have a work to do in Europe,
for It is there the body of the frightful
ocfjpus reposes, capping the streneth
cf the people, aiid with the United
Sta'.eg in the grasp of its tentacles.
Hitaerto we have meg palms to the
Siory cf war. Children have been
taught to r-:vre the memory of gory
Se.ds. In one dark hour the folly of
tala la slown. The war demon must
acd in it piacf; arise the mistress,
arbitration. Let !t b- our prayer that
tvt,r again ir.Hane kii.gs and power
mtd eaiperor3 b" periiiiited to put
of her brother
Mrs. N. Elmstedt. of Lansing, Mich.,
who was called here by the illness and
death of her father, the late H. C.
Harris, departed this morning for ber
home. She was accompanied to Lan
sing by her niece. Miss Beulah E.
Harris, who next week enters the M.
C. A. college as freshman.
An inquest was held last evening at
S o'clock over the remains of 5-year-old
Everv vote that was cast for sheriff concede the first year men a victory.
0,1.1 fnr tiirwa uhn harp nnt . .,..,,,,..,. ,,, since tnev Hold tnat tne unwritten law
had the opportunity or inclination to r.c,.7 cents, according to figures given : i rohlblts class affairs on Friday or Sat- j John Brownlee, son of J E Brownlee
receive historical instruction, the mo-!clll todav bv Co uitv Clerk II. B. Huh- urday evenings. Last year an unwrit-. cashier of the Bettendorf Savings
tlon pictures and slides of the photo-; Lard. The "total expense for the elect-; agreement was made between the i bank, who was killed bv an automobile
drama comprise an education In one tlon wa, J4.28S.75. and the total vote ! lower classmen eliminating all class j driven by Dr V oltedt J'1""
?hort session of two hours. j cast for sheriff, in all parties, was , affairs during the week end. The night on Main bet nf
, . . -. ,i , , sopnomores maintain mat tney wouiu -
A view of the gorgeous coliseum at (,.,!. ....... . i rininh rnnrfncted the inouest. which
CREDITORS OF MAIL
WILL MEET OCT. 8
Announcement Is made today that
the first meeting of creditors of the
Mollne Mall will be held at the city
hall, Mollne, Oct. 8. The following
day E. V. Henry, referee in bankrupt
cy, will be in this city to attend a
meeting of creditors of N. A. Nlerel,
who formerly operated a Jewelry store
in the New Harper house.
All the news all the time The Argus.
THE NEW -
WHICH HAS PROVEN TO BE
THE ONE RELIABLE REMEDY FOR
Rome, drawn by sC celebrated artist,
the orgiginal or which has been do-,
stroyed. Is shown on the screen, and
depicts the time of the persecution of
tho Christians by the Roman Emperor
Nero and others. The spirit which
these martyrs have shown by giving
therr lives rather than to give up the
paorrd principles of truth, Is most
touching, and is the same spirit of the
Master Christ, whom they served.
The expense was divided as follows:
Clerks and Judges salaries. $2,225.10.
.rolling places. $430.
Pop ling notices. $0!).
Advertising color of ballots, $15.
Rum Reaular Excursion. j
The steamer Helen Blair will make
its usual excursion trip to Hampton
through the Mollne lock's ' tomorrow
afternoon. The Helen Blair Is the on
ly packet running in these parts now,
as most of the other craft have docked
for the wlr.ter.
Doors of Steel
form a better guard for your valuable
papers and treasures than drawers of
wood, or even iron safes.
An individual compartment in the
SAFE DEPOSIT vaults of the Rock
Island Savings Bank, accessible only to
yourself or authorized agent will give
your valuables e.xclusiveness and safe
ty. The cost is nominal .2.50 a year
will place one at your disposal.
Rock Island Savings Bank
lng but for the above-mentioned ruling.
f was held at the Office of Phil Daum.
GIVE CONCERT MONDAY
j After hearing about 15 witnesses the
Jury returned an open verdict.
The evidence of the majority of the
F THE WEATHER PERMITS !witnesses was not lear. Some claim-
I ed the doctor s car was going oniy
The first of the Rosenfield memorial i
band concerts to be held this season !
six miles an hour, while others
thought the auto was going at least
1 adverse weather conditions. It is an
nounced that Hugo Toll of Davenport
will appear with Bleuer's band on this
occasion. Mr. Toll Is a cornet soloist,
and he will render Shuberts's "Seren
ade" as a special attraction.
The following program will be car
Theodore Roosevelt, former presi-' terday afternoon at 3:30. March "Our High School ".Ernst Otto
d.?:it of tho fatted States, will arrive! An Innovation was presented In the . "Humoresque Dvorak
in tne ousmess soci.011 01 ine cuy 15 mea an hour at the time of tne ac
will take place Monday evening, pro-cident Dr Vollstedt' stated that he
viding "it doesn't rain." The concert j stopped on Second street, and was
has been postponed twice, owing to moving m low gear at the time and that
j One of the most charming openings
' of the tri-clty style season was held
I at the Young &. McCombs store yes-
Rot k Island on a
special car at-1 idea of having the several models ap-
it was impossible for the car to go 15
miles an hour in low gear. Dr. Voll
stedt's testimony in regard to stopping
on Second street Just before turning
up main, was substantiated by one of
the other witnesses.
The father of the unfortunate lad
was on the stand and he testified that
the doctor's auto was going at least
IS miles an hour.
AND KIDNEY TROUBLE
MAY NOW BE
OBTAINED BY ALL
If vour limbs and joints are
wrenched with the miseries of
Rheumatism. Sharp, stabbing,
shooting pains. Weak, lame,
aching back. Inflamed bladder
with scalding, burning sensa
tions or anv of those torment
ing, life sapping ailments due
to deadly uric acid poison in
your system SOLVOis the one
remedy which gives almost
FILL OUT COUPON
TAKE TO DRUGGIST
Cut out this notice, sign and
talc tn anv Hms store and set
a regular 50c bottle of SOLV U absolutely fre.
Dont miss this opportunity to try this great
remedy. Any druggist will gladly supply you.
FIFTY CENT SOLVO COUPON
Druggist hold until representative calls. Dept. B
tached to the Burlington passenger ; pear masneu. 1 111s mjbii nous ,
which will arrive in Rock Island j nieut created a great aeui 01 unci est-1
ine comment auu nrovcu ioi;uiir hh;
6:30 next Thursday morning.;
the 500 or more tri-clty society wom-i
en who had come lo the store for the
Not only were suits, coats, wraps
and party frocks shown by the models,;
but also hats and such dress acces-!
sorles as the latest I'arlslenue bits of:
'tewelrv. uartv boxes, etc.. and the'
H. 8. Cable, Pres.
H. P. Hull. V.-Prea.
P. Grcenawalt, V.-P.
A. J. Lindstrom, Cash.
W. G. Johnaton, A-Csh.
I. J. Green, A.-Cash.
Cor. lfcthSr end 3rd Ave.
He will come from Dos Moines.
Whether or not the big Moose" will
ir.ako a speech in this city is not
known, but ho will be here for three
hours, leaving later In tho morning
for Aledo and Galesburg, over tho
Hock Island Southern.
The local committee will attempt tIu.wpsl fa(jd ln leather bags for street
secure an address rrom tne lonner lll5Uj,fi
president, but does not promise thatl Tlu sllo.?s worn Dy the models were
he will respond. Ho w 111 hold a re ep- J jjU c!loseI1 wtu particular care from
tlon 1n one of the hostelrles here, at.. . df tmrtment. so that with
any rate. j ouch change of costume appeared the j
I Tho storo was artistically decorated !
!. .. ,.t o.i ,i inn I
Or HIV ULi nnitfll 1" v autu....
foliage, while tastefully placed tables
I about the ready-to-wear and millinery
j sections held beautiful vases filled
iwlth American Beauty roses.
The display lasted nearly two hours I
BOYS TO SCHOOL
:and Its success wts evident when re-) m
WVIllam Iroy Collins, aged ' ueta were made by many of those
Ralph O.lliiia. aged 15. sons of I. j re8ent tnut certain evening gowns;
Collins. Mollne, were thla morning Jn h bhown agaln by the masked models. I
. . . . ..ail nnnpnr v
1 Judge B.- S. Bell and ordered to St.
i Charle.ti. Edward Thlelke, East Mo
I line, was released on probation and
Mrs. Roue Salisbury was named guard-
lun. The lud is 'o remain ai iue ihjiuo
of his grandmother, Mrs. -M. A. Swan-
' These three lads. Ifgetht-T with Art)
Funeral of Mr. Woodworth. J
The remains of Mrs. Ellen L. Wood-'
worth were sent to her formor home ;
tn Mt. Bleiibant, Mich., last night at 12'
o'clock. Funeral Hor vices will be con-;
were Implicated In ! ducted there Sunday afternoon at 2M
thM recent burglary of thu Abraham 1 o'clock. Burial will be made ln ceme-j
Candy company. W hltsell and tho twojiwry at that place.
JJfE WILL be closed all day tomorrow.
v Here is a partial list of what that med
icine case should have. It will not only tide
over Sundays, but often be the means of
forestalling some serious sickness.
Red Cross Co!d Tabs.
Red Cross Liver Pills.
Red Cross Headache Powders.
Red Cross Toothache Drops.
Peroxide of Hydrogen
Red Cross Pharmacy
I our tli Ave. Twentieth St.
F. D. G. Walker, Chemist