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THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS
TTTITHSDA V. OCTOHEJi R, i9U-
LEAVES A $50,000
ESTATE TO HEIRS
lineton. N". J.: Mrs. CharJrtte Hsrd
wlrk. Yatton. Somersetshire. Englnnrt.
and the fifth share to the children f
Mr. Marlon llillm.in. deccused. Ch?--tcrncld
Hoad. Newberry. Herkshiio,
England. S. S. Kcmble, this city. Is
From a Radius of 100 Milles People are Hurrying to
The w ill of W illiam Pfafr. this city, j
Will rs.f 1. T ., T XT Tne I
dated April 24. nniiK's Katber-
ine- rfaff, a daughter of deceased. -x
t utrix. The petition is not tiled, and
the amount of the epiate not Known.
va is w 1 vim in p iTt mi- w au ri
Drury Is Admitted to
LlWLU H M
WIDOW NAMED EXECUTOR
Estate of the Late John Henderson
Goes in Part to Relative
John H. Foster. Prury township, an
eld settler In that ection. who died
several weeks ago. left an estate val
ued at J.SO.O'-o. to be divided between
his fiir children and a dauehter-in-law.
The will, dated May 27. 1M2. was
admitted to probate yesterday. It di
rects that the real estate, consisting
of farm lands In Drury. be equally di
vided among the children, one of
whem is Mrs. Kate Foster Wright.
ife of F. H. Wright of this city. Th
other legatees are Fred Warren Fos
ter and Mrs. Rosanna Foster, wife of
Georga O. FoMer of near Muscatine,
and neulah Foster Hroean of Albia,
The personal property, w hich
amounts to about $,.' . and the in
Mirance are left to tiie widow, Mrs
Rosanna Foster, with the provision
that each of the children receive an
hfirloom. Mrs. Wricht is named fx
ecutrix. Legatees in England.
Another will was admitted to pro
hate yesterday in which two of the
lfjratees rfside :n England. It was
the last testanu-nt of Jolfn Henderson
cf this city, liur the petition was not
Med. It w as dated May K. 1311. and J
clirecs t;iat John Gallahr, Putnam
WILL BE VISITED
Democratic Committee This
Evening Will Arrange to
A plan whereby every township in
the country is to be visited during the
campai.cn is to be mapped out at a
meeting of the democratic county cen
tral committee, which is to be held this
evening at S o'clock at the Rock Is
Not only will candidates and mem
bers of the committee be welcome but
all who have the interests of the party
at heart, are cordially Invited. Unus
ual interest and large attendance has
characterized all of the sessions of the
committee thus far. and it Is especial-1
ly desired that there be a big turnout j
this evening. j
Arrangements for the coming of
Roger C. Sullivan, candidate for Unit
ed States senator next Wednesday,
will also be completed.
Bargains and Souvenirs!
Bargains and Souvenirs!
Hundreds of 'em everyday, each day of the sale and
$5.00 in gold additional each day to customer purchas
ing largest amount of merchandise that day for cash.
co'int;. Illinois, receive $i,,. H-? died
Feb. Il'l't. and thj money is !ft
to his son. M. I. Gallagher, n'-ar Hen-r.-p:n.
The following cousins are the
other lecatees: Mrs. Anna Adams.
Penllyn, Pa.: .Mrs. Mary Williams, Can
astold, X. Y.t Mrs. Sarah F.ramh. Bur-
BULL MOOSE POSTPONE
MEETING IN WEST END
The iight rain which fell during the
early part of last evening caused the
progressive party managers to post
pone the meeting planned to take
place at Garnsey park in the west
end, and it will be held some night
next week. Tomorrow- night the third
party candidates will hold a rally at
the corner of Thirty-eighth street and
Fourteenth avenue, and Saturday night
at Market square.
Every One Who Lunches In
Our Tea-Room On Friday
will be served with a cut of our own
famous make of delicious Ginger
Cake with our compliments.
Shop in the morning and then take
lunch in the Tea-Room. The charges
are modest, the cooking and service
The $5.00 in Gold
each day to date with largest purchase for cash
on date mentioned was awarded as follows:
Saturday, Octo ber 3rd, Mrs. E. Magnuson,
Lynn Center, 111.
Monday, October 5th, Mrs. H. M. Craig, 310
Fifteenth street, Rock Island, 111.
Tuesday, October 6th, Mrs. H. H. Uhde, 410
East Fifteenth street, Davenport, la.
Wednesday, October 7th, Mrs. Ernest Swe
tina, 212 Scott street, Davenport, la.
In Addition To Getting the
Most Valuable Souvenir,
some one each day will get $5.00 in gold
for the largest purchase.
Concentrate your buying at Mc
Cabe's during Anniversary Week it
is worth while to purchase your fall
and winter supplies right now.
LICENSED TO WED )
OR R I NEE
Mi?s Edna Lage
.eon B. Kayne
j Mrs. Mary C. Lirckey..
; Frank Skafidas
. . East Moline
State Charities Officers Endorse
Plan Inaugurated at
FOR DRINK HABIT
. . , Miss Alexandria Michael. .East Mo ine
FINE been in restoring tne victims of
the "Drink Habit' into sober and use-lHenr' C'l-hman Barton. Ore.
ful citizens, and so st one is our confi-jMlss Helcn 'Joney Andalusia
rir.ce in Its curative powers, that we
want to emphasize the. fact that OR
RIXE la sold under this positive guar
antee. If. after a trial, you get no
benefit, your money will be refunded.
ORRINE costs only $1.00 per box. Ask
for Free Booklet. Harper House
r.harmacy. Nineteenth street and Sec
ond avenue. f.Adv. )
JUNK "TRUST" IS LATEST
Washington, Oe:. S. A junk "trust,"
operating on the Pacific coast, has been
unearthed by officials of the depart
ment of Justice and its prosecution
may be ordered by Attorney General
The eight-hour day for hospital at
tendants, inaugurated by Dr. J. A.
Campbell, superintendent at the Wa
tertown Insane hospital recently, was
endorsed at the conference of the sup
erintendents of state charitable insti
tutions and members of tiie state
board of administration held yester
day at Springfield.
The inauguration of a new system
which will permit employes in the
state hospitals to live outside the in
stitutions was discussed. Those pres
ent favored the change which, how
ever, cannot be made under existing
At present the nurses, attendants,
etc.. at the state insane hospitals are
maintained in the hospitals and neces
sarily are under restrictions all the
time. It is believed that if they were
permitted to maintain homes in the
cities adjacent to the hospitals the
standard of efficiency would be raised
through the added attractiveness of
the service. Besides, dormitories now
used by "employes could be made use
of by the insane, adding much to the
capacity of the institutions.
In our Corset
Department is a
matter of great pride with us.
Every woman should consider the im
portance of such a claim substantiated
every day of our business experience.
A CORSET FOR EVERY FIGURE
AIKEN SOCIETY PLANS COFFEE.
Mrs. E. W. Robinson entertained the
Ladies' Sewing society of Aiken street
chapel esterday afternoon at her
Siome 1454 Richmond street. South
Rock Island with a good attendance
of members. Plans were made for 9
coffee to be given in two weeks at
the chapel. A nice lunch was served
before the afternoon's close.
ment has made the meeting an open
one so that the public is privileged to
attend. Zona Gale will read one of
her unpublished works and will be
ready to answer questions relating to
civic questions, in which she is es
pecially interested. .She has made a
special study of the garbage question
and of public recreation, not for chil
dren alone, but for men and women
as well. The meeting is to be held at
BOY SCOUTS IN NEW CLUB.
The Eagle patrol of Boy Scouts held
the first meeting ia the new club
rooms at 842 Xineteenth street last
evening and itpent the time covering
books for their library. Each of the
boys brought four books, which is the
nucleus of a circulating library, and
they busied themselves covering the
books in uniform style. Refreshments
were served after a short business
meeting. The boys will meet again
next week in the club rooms.
CLUB YEAR BOOK ISSUED.
According to the year book of the
Woman's club of Rock Island, which
is being issued today by the registrar,
Miss Clara Whitman, "31 women are
enrolled as members of the club. The
book is neatly bound in heavy gray
taper and the typographical work is
beautifully done. The list of officers.
directors, chairmen of departments,
chairmen of committees ar.d members
cf the standing committees, reports' of
officers for the last year, the club pro
gram, programs of the various depart
ments, the constitution and by-laws,
and the list of names of tho members
a,re contained in the pamphlet.
The officers of the club are:
President Mrs. T. B. Davis.
First vice president Mrs. A. E.
Second vice president Mrs. G. A.
Recording secretary Mrs. C. L.. Sil
vh Corresponding secretary Mrs. .W.
Treasurer Mrs. W. J. Sweeney.
Chairmen of the committees are:
.Mrs. F. A. Smith, nominating: Mrs.
H. S. Bollman, rooms; Miss Georgia
j First, program; Mrs. X. W. Dahlsten,
printing; Airs. C. L. Silvis. publicity;
ed by Miss Edna Carl, and musical
.numbers were sung by Mrs. Daniel
Hayes. Jr. During a delightful social
hour a lunch was served.
Miss Magdaline E. Roeschmann and
Martin D. Clark, both of this city,
were unitad in marriage yesterday af
ternoon at 2 o'clock at the parsonage
of the German Evangelical church,
Rev. F. J. Rolf, the pastor, officiating.
They were attended by the parents of
the groom, Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Clark,
and tha mother of the bride, Mrs.
Maria Krabbenhoft. Mr. and Mrs.
Clark "will make thair home in this
city, where the former is employed by
the Tri-City Railway company as a
MEXICAN WAR VET
DIES AT GENESEO
Andrew Cherry, 81 Years Besi
dent Near Here, Reaches
Age of 92 Years.
1A .-. i- "u-
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October is the sreat fall corset Inn ing month. The
practical and stylish woman realizes the importance of
securing the utmost satisfaction in her corset purchase
for on it, more than any other accessory of her wardrobe
is dependent her personal comfort, not to say the proper
foundation for her perfect poieand fit of that new "own.
RECEPTION TO DR. NEWLAND.
The men of the Peoria Frist Metho
dist church will entertain at a din
ner this evening to honor Dr. T. E.
Xewland. formerly pastor of the First
Methodist church of this city, now sun-j
erintendent of the I'pnria rfiwtrtet tim i
affair to be given in the church in that ' Mls Josephine Ttetz. auditing; Mrs.
city. Dr. Xewland will give an ad-!'1- p- t'omw. reception; Mrs. Emily
Mc Curdy, Hospitality.
Chairmen of departments are: Mrs.
G. H. Sherwood, civic; Mrs. J. K. Scott,
music: Mrs. Joseph Goldsmith, study;
Miss Minnie Martin, pure food and
! household economics.
'1 hcv want to cx
SKkVICE. Ask for
pains to select from
Consult our expert corsetieres
tend to you the particular M..&- K.
a fitting-. Our experts will spare no
our extensive and varied assortments just the one corset
that meets all the demands in FIT, C )MFORT and SER-VJCr-:
for your individual figure. Come in tomorrow for
Every Style of Corset
product of the American
dress and other speakers will be Secre
tary H. H. Holmes of the Peoria Y. M.
C. A., I. I. Stanley. A. R. McLaughlin,
and H. L. Stunfz, with J. M. Elliott as
DINNER TO HONOR SCHOOL MATE
A company of is tri-city young peo
ple was entertained by Miss Lura
Sclilogel at the Outing club last even
ing to honor Miss Sylvia Reed of Lex
ington, Mass.. a school mate at Den
nett college of Miss Schlegel and Miss
Clara Mass of n.-ivermnrt Fnllnwiio
the serving of dinner the time was
spent in dancing and informal socia
bility. A number of parties are being
Planned to honor Miss Reed.
ZONA GALE SPEAKS TOMORROW.
The. talk to lie given by Zona Gale,
author and prominent club woman. I
will be in tiie auditorium of the Ma
sonic temple tomorrow afternoon, and
will be open to the general public.
The speaker comsrs under the a-.tspices
of the civic department of the Wo
man's club, but because of her prom
inence in the literary world and in
the work of women's clubs the depart-
Hig-,h School Scrub Football
Team Will Also Play
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In stock we have the best
FROLASET The season's most popular front-laee
for all figures, in fine materials, $3.5 0 to $ 1 0
MADAME IRENE, SUCCESSO. MADAM LYRA brands, no better back
lac. effect corsets, preferred Ly many women. 53 cn ok t7 n'
510 and up.
LADY A popular make.
Great values from 1 in SB
"SUCCESSO" corsets for girls and misses are uneualed.
ASK FOR A FITTING.
Here Is Good News
For Stomach Victims
Some very remarkable results are
being obtained by treating stomach,
liver and intestinal troubles with pure
vegetable oils, which exert a cleans
ing, soothing and purifying action upon
the lower bowels, removing the ob
structions of poisonous fecal matter
and gases and preventing their absorp.
lion by the blood. This done, the food
is allowed free passage from the stom
ach, fermentation ceases and stomach
troubles quickly disappear.
George If. Mayr. for 20 years a lead
ing Chicago druggist, cured himself
and nmny of his friends of stomach,
liver and intestinal troubles of years'
standing by this treatment, and so suc
cessful was the remedy he devised that
It hag since been placed in the hands of
druggists all over tho country, who
have old thousands of bottles.
Though absolutely harmless, the ef
fect of the medicine is ttufliclent 10
convince any one of Its remarkable rf
feetlveness. and within 1M hours the
sufferer feeln like a new person.
Mayr's Wonderful Stomach remedy is
now sold here by all druggists (Adv.)
Announcement is made of the en
gagement and approaching marriage
of Miss Anna Gertrude Gillon of Dav
enport to Patrick Frank Meenan of
this city. The wedding will be a
morning ceremony of Wednesday, Oct.
21. at Sacred Heart cathedral, Daven
port, Very Rev. Father Flannagan to
efflciate. A wedding breakfast will
fellow the ceremony, being served at
ilia home of the bride, and after the
wedding trip the new home will be
cn Twenty-seventh street and Eighth
avenue, this city. Mr. Meenan is con
nected with the White Huggy com
pany. A number of prenuptials have
been arranged in honor of the brid?.
Her girl associates of the .1. If. C.
Petersen's Sons store will entertain
for her ednesday night at a party at
Vander Veer park inn, and Thursday
evening Mrs. Michael J. Foley will
give a prerviptial at her home on
Henry street, Davenport.
DINNER FOR MAYOR AND MRS.
The young women employed in the
certificate department of the Royal
Neighbor head office were the host
esses today at a luncheon given in
honor of Mayor and Mrs. Martin Carl
son in the head office building. The
table was decorated with flowers and
cupids. carrying out the colors pink
and white. The ices and cakes were
in heart shapes and were done in pink
and white. Each of the young women
gave, a toast in honor of their guests
uiui Mayor Carlson and Mrs. Carlson
responded in a happy vein.
RUTH'S BAND WITH MISS GREGG.
The quarterly tea Ruth's band of
Ilroadway Presbyterian church was
held yesterday afternoon at the home
of Miss Carrie Gregg. Eighth ave
nue, with an attendance of .r.i ladies.
The devotional services were conduct
ed by Mrs. Robert Ieo and the pro
gram of the ufternoon was then taken
up. Mrs. Georgo Schmtd told of
"Sheldon Jackaon. Pathfinder," Miss
Sue Titterington spoko of the late,
news from the Philippines, "Mormon
Isni the Situation Today." was discuss-
That the scrubs of the high school
football squad will have a schedule is
now practically a certainty, accord
ing to Manager A. G. Hill. The first
game will be played Saturday, Oct. 10,
with the Viola high school at that
place. Oscar Achstenhagen of the fac
ulty, will go with the second eleven.
The scrubs' probable lineup will be:
Ends. Brough, McMuIlin; tackles, Par
ker, Eihl, Fenwick; guards, Doering,
Henry; center, Cully; quarterback.
Johnson; left half, Sperry; right half,
Thomas; fullback, Roy McMuIlin. The
officials have not yet been announced.
The first squad will leave Rock Island
tomorrow noon for Rockford and to
night s practice will be the last the
locals wilt have in preparation for
Manager Hill stated that he had se
cured the following dates for the Isl
ander basketball schedule:
Davenport at Rock Island. Feb. 5.
Rock Island at Mt. Carroll, Feb. 12.
Rock Island at Davenport, March 5.
Mt. Carroll at Rock Island, March
Funeral services for Andrew Cherry,
one of the last veterans of the Mexi
can war, died Tuesday at his home in
Geneseo at the age of 92 years, were
held at noon today at the home, and
later at the Methodist church, Rev. F.
V.. Shult officiating. Interment was in
the Geneseo North Side cemetery.
Mr. Cherry saw active service in the
Mexican war and suffered many hard
ships while fighting in that country
for the United States. After the war
he moved to the vicinity of Geneseo
and later to the city itself, where he
lias sincet resided. He has lived in this
section of the state for a period of 51
As a new thriller, a scientific rail
way has been patented which is pro
vided with switches which turn cars
around and make the passengers ride
backward until another switch is
DARR0W BLAMES POLITICS
Says Enemies of Dougherty Brought
About- His Conviction.
Springfield. 111.. Oct. 8. Clarence S.
Darrow of Chicago appeared here be-
fore the supreme court yesterday in !
the interest of Newton C. Dougherty,
former superintendent of schools of !
Peoria, -who recently, when released I
from Joliet penitentiary, where he was
serving a term for forgery and em
bezzlement, was convicted by the Te
oria county circuit court on another
charge. Darrow told the court that
Dougherty's political enemies were
who didn't get in on the
last lot of
we wish to announce that
we have just received an
other shipment in jade,
pearl and black onyx. All
new and up-to-date.
J. Ramser's Sons
Here's the Broadway
It's perhaps the
1914 Fall Derby that
Men. of style will appreciate
all its good points.
M. & K.