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Rock Island Argus. (Rock Island, Ill.) 1893-1920, October 12, 1914, HOME EDITION, Image 2

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Suffering With Co!d Feet Pearl
City Gridiron Athletes
Back Out.
Head Clerk's Repor Indicates
Society Will Soon Bs on
Former Footing.
'Ouble" Your' Pleasure
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Campi Everywhere ; Are Writing for
Literature -d Deputies and
Big Classes; Are Forming.
That the Modern Woodmen of Amer
ica bids fair to;rcachthe million mark
la membership'before this fiscal year is
OTer, and that the society will soon bo
on Its former; footing, . Is indicated la
the monthly rwport . of James Mc
Xamara, headsclerk.
This report? shows t that there has
.been a 5.2S1.- net, gain In members,
counting new. and' those reinstated, and
that the net 'gain in, a mount of Insur
ance was 7j606,500. , The total mem
bership, now In gooJv etanding In the
society Is S13556.
Fred Burt, assistant head clerk, this
morning said that everything so far
pointed to a rapid increase In member
ship, lie stated that theiofflclals of the
society anticipated that; the member
ship would reach over i the million
mark before. this term expires next
Shows M. W. A. Coming Back.
"Camps everywhere," said Mr. Burt,
"are writing for literature and depu
ties, which is 'is a good sign that there
will be many 'more members added to
the roster of the society. This report
hows in itself 'that the Woodmen Is
coming back and In the course of time
will be stronper'than ewer."
The report of Mr. McXamara Is
made for tfie "Modern Woodman." the
official publication of the society.
Head officers of the Woodmen are
gathering in this city for the regular
monthly meeting of the executive coun
cil, which convenes at the head of
fices tomorrow morning. Thus far
there are no Indications that Anything
but the regular routine work will be
taken up. Thie consists largely of the
allowing of iclaims.
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Rockford Badgers, Claimants to State
Title, Will Make Appearance
Here Next Sunday.
First Northwestern Meeting at
Milwaukee "WilT.Be Held
October 28-31.
Genera! von Emmlch,
By conquering Liege and smashing the Belgian power. General von
Emmich won for himself a bright page in German military history. He
was personally congratulated by Kaiser Wilhelm for crushing the Belgians.
This is von Emmlch's latest photograph, and was made since the fall of
The visit' of Secretary of State Will
iam Jennings Bryan to the northwest
during the la week of Ortober Is due
principally to i the holding .of the Urst
northwestern zoad congress-in Milwau
kee, Oct. 28..2S. 30, 31. The secretary
-of state will open the congress with
an address on good roads and their
' power of commercial and business de
velopment. Tbetcongrees will meet in
the Auditorium, which has a seating
capacity of over8,00f. and accompany
ing Mr. Bryan at the opening cere
mony will be Governor Francis E.
McGovern. Governor Woodbridge. N.
Ferris, Michigan. Governor Edward F.
Dunne, Illinois, and Governor G. v.
Clark of Iowa.
The north western road congress will
undertake the development of a sys
tem of interstate roads, the purpose
of which will be "starting somewhere,
going somewhere and ending rome
where." This network of highways
traverse the seven states participating,
beginning at Detroit and ending at the
Iowa and Dakota state lines on the
west, the Canadian border on the
north and the Lincoln highway on the
south. The development of this sys
tem of highways will connect all the
principal cities Including Chicago,
Springfield. Detroit. Dubuque. Iowa
City. D-s Moines. Sioux City, Milwau
kee, Madison. St. Paul, Minneapolis.
Duluth, Fargo, Bismarck, Dickinson,
Aberdeen, Pierre, Dead wood, Omaha
and St. Louis.
One of the features of the congress
will be an automobile tour tendered
delegates by the Citizens Business
league of Milwaukee. This tour will
involve the inspection of over 100
miles of concrete, asphalt and brick
highways In Milwaukee county.
Among those who will read papers at
the northwestern road congress are
Frank D. Rogers, state highway engi
neer, Michigan; T. H. McDonald, state
highway engineer, Iowa; J. T. Don
agbey, chief state highway inspector,
Wisconsin; A. R. Hirst, state highway
engineer. Wisconsin; John Carlisle,
state highway commissioner, New
York, N. Y.; Austin B. Fletcher, state
engineer, California; A. D. Gash. Illi
nois highway commission, Illinois;
John A. Hazelwood, chairman, Wiscon
sin highway commission; Edward X.
lllnes. commissioner Wayne county,
Michigan; F. G. Simmons, commis
sioner of public works, Milwaukee; A.
Marston, highway commission. Iowa;
Mrs. Frank DeGarmo, rural child
welfare committee, St. Louis.
The United States department of
public roads, Wisconsin state highway
commission,' the Iowa state highway
commission and the highway commis
sion of Milwaukee county will make
exhibits of roads of various types con
structed under their respective super- j
vision, and an exposition of road ma
chinery, material and implements will ,
be held In conjunction with the congress.
Postmaster General Will Make
Political Address at the
Burtis Oct. 22.
Announcement is made that Post
master General A. S. Burleson is to
visit this section of the country, the
latter part of the month. He is to start
on a speech-making tour the middle of
October and he is to be In Davenport
on the 22nd, appearing at the Grand
opera house and the opportunity of
hearing him speak will be appreciated.
He expects to visit seven states, his
itinerary including the following
cities: Cincinnati. October 17; Se
dalia or Jefferson City, Mo.. Oct. 20;
Hutchinson. Kan.. Oct. 21; Davenport,
Oct. 22; Sioux Falls. S. D., Oct. 23;
Peoria, Oct. 24; and Detroit. Oct. 26.
The scheduled confab on the Island
City gridiron yesterday afternoon be
tween the Rock Island Independents
and the' Muscatine Independents did
not take place for the simple reason
that Muscatine backed out at the last
moment, suffering with a w-ell develop
ed case of cold feetis. A telegram came
shortly after 10 o'clock Sunday morn
ing, and though it did not exactly say
so, the wording might as well have
been, "Scared Out! Cold Feet Can't
Play." It amounted to exactly the
same thing and so the Independents
found themselves without a game.
Manager Jack Roche, a man of ac
tion at all times. Immediately busied
himself In a strenuous effort to sched
ule a good game In order to give the
fans some kind, of a pastime, at least.
But there were no good teams handy
and so the afternoon's doings had to
be called off entirely. The fault lies
with the Mufjpatine team and the Col
umbus Junction wonders, both of whom
were scared out . Over 500 local fans
journeyed to Moline to witness the
Red Men-Olympics struggle.
Rockford Coming.
Next Sunday the Independents will
meet the Rockford Badgers in one of
the biggest games here this season.
All of the local men will be In good
condition for the big contest. The
Rockford Badgers have a strong aggre
gation and for several seasons have
claimed the state title, but have not
played for It. This will be the Badg
ers' first appearance in the tri-cities.
Frm That Sc
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"Teach the facts about the home
city in the public schools, urges the
bureau of municipal research, New
York City.
Milwaukee, Wis., Oct. 12. By win
ning both games of a double header
yesterday afternoon from Birmingham,
Milwaukee won the championship of
the minor leagues. Milwaukee bunch
ed hits in the first and second innings
of the first game, scoring nine runs
and making the game a farce. The
second game was called after five In
nings on account of darkness. Mil
waukee won in the fifth by massing
hits for three runs. Scores:
R. H. E.
Birmingham .000000200 2 3 5
Milwaukee . .3 6 0 0 0 0 0 1 x 10 10 1
Batteries Robertson and Trages-
sor; ; Hovlik and McGraw.
Second game: R. H. E.
Birmingham 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0
Milwaukee 0 0 0 0 3 3 3 0
Batteries Johnson and Tragressor;
Slapnika, Shackelford and McGraw.
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George W. Koons, Lawton. Mich.,
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two months. She began the use of
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You will have to te married without
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and also "relieves the feverish conditions and headache
which are usually associated with colds."
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Dr. A. Richter Leaves Hospital. Dr.
August P. Richter, former editor of
Der Demokrat, has returned to his
home in the AValsh flats after 11 weeks'
confinement at Mercy hospital, where
he underwent amputation of the left
I fcot. It will hp Knmn time heforn nr.
. Uichter will be able to be about town
and to meet his many friends on the
.:reet. He states he desires to thank
most heartily these friends for their
many expressions of sympathy. He
is also extremely grateful to Drs. Lit-
tig, .tiauney ana varney, wno per
formed the operation so successfully.
and to the numerous ether persons
who have shown their friendship in
various ways. "I tell ou what," de-
iclarej Dr. Richter, "it makes a fellow
i feel pood to find that his labors, or
: at lease his good will, are not entirely
removes , unappreciated.'' Dr. Richter states he
ft,:- : is in receipt of a nice letter from B. F.
i uiiiiKnai. now m r loriaa, ana also
cne from Ernst Oberholtzer, now In
the wilds of Canada.
I mm -aaV Mr aBSBBsssh. m.' mm
Arrest Three for Attack on Non
! Union Man. The strike situation at
! the Davenport Linograph company's
I plant, .Fifth and Rock Island streets,
reached an acute stage Friday nigh:.
, when three of the men who walked
J cut made alleged attacks upon "strike-
l reakers and were placed under ar
ms They gave their names t E. J.
Davebelliehn. J. E. Harris and e. M.
Wllfon. All gave bond for appear
ance In police court today. Union
striker hava picketed the plant for
tha past week and police officers have
Leen iaebined to duty in that neigh
borhood to prevent violence. It la
claimed that on several occasions
strikers have attacked non-union em
ployes as they were about to enter or
leave the building. On Friday night
K. M. Wilson Is 'said to have a: ruck
1 1. J. Hoeck. an alleged strike-breaker,
which led to th3 arrest of the three
M. F. Heyer Buy, the Carton Heme.
M. F. Hey or has purchased tha for
mer T. 13. Carson home. 709 Perry
street. He will spend $2.5it0 in im
proving the place and making it one
of the fines, residences on thait thor
oughfare. Tha sale was made through
the agency of C. Emory Harrison.
Receives Beating for Misdemeanor.
Claiming that J. II. Vcss ran away
with his sister-in-law, Emil Matzen, a
cattle buyer residing in -Northwest
Davenport, gave htm a terrible beat
ing at the Masonic temple and then
surrendered to the police. Matzen met
Voss at the Masonic t?mple and an
argument followed. Voss was accus
ed of attempting to ruin a woman, ac
cording to the police, and Matzen
claimed he would stop it. He pasted j
a $"5 cash bond and his case was con
tinued. After being liberated, Matzen
is said to have made threats o again
attack Voss, and was rearrested by
Constable Phil Kahles on a warrant
issued by Justice of the Peace Phil
Daum, the charge being "threatening
to commit a public offense."
Aged Man Breaks Hip. W. F. C.
Lwis, SO years old, fell on the side-
j walk in front of his home, 304 East
High .street,, and his left hip was bro
ken. He was taken to the Davenport
hospital in the city ambulance. Phy
sicians as yet are unable to stata
whether lie will be able to recover
from 'the shock.
Brothers United After 38 Years.
After a separation of over 38 years,
Charles Markus. 1517 South street,
and his brother, H. 1j. Markus of Port
land, Ore., were reunited Saturday ev
ening, when the latter arrived in Dav
enport wrth his wife for a brief visit
with Mr. Markus here. He w-ill re
main in Davenport about a week.
cust street, received word of the deaih
cf her brother, John Clark of Diller,
Neb. Death occurred Saturday morn
ing, and Mrs. Seaman left for Diller
to attend the funeral. Mr. Clark vas
bcrn In Scott county CI ycara ago. Ha
left here when 31 years of age. A
wife and six children survive.
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This Was Seme Cauliflower. Dave
W. Clow of North Farnam street came
down town Saturday -with a head of
cauliflower that weighed an even 10
pounds. It was of the English 4all
sfason variety, and a specimen of the
big blossoms that Dave has luen
growing this year. The fall rains have
helped out the cauliflower crop greatly.
Clyde Porter'a Home Burns Down.
Tho home of Clyde Porter in Idaho
was burned to the ground several
nights a-go, according to a letter re
ceived in the city rrom his father. J.
F. Porter, president of the Tri-City
Railway & Light company. Mr. Porter-has
for -the pust 10 days been visit
ing his son at the latter's ranch in
Obituary Record. Word has been
received by Mrs. C. H. Walker, lSlo'i
Brady street, telling of the death of
her cousin, Mrs. Hannah Rice, which
occurred recently at her home in Chi
cago. Teceased was born in Indian
apolis, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Felix Dictch, about CO years aso.
There are threa children surviving.
They are Isaac and Felix Rice and
Mrs. Maurice Levy, and three broth
ers. Clarence, Joseph and Gilford
Dletch. and a slater, Mrs. Irene I-ovy.
The body was taken to Indianapolis.
Ind.. for burlnl. Mrs. Rice was well
known in Davenport, having many
friends and several relatives in this
city. "v I
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