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THE HOCK ISLAND AUG US. WEDNESDAY. JANUARY 20. 1915.
GERMANY LAUDED BEFORE TRI-CITY FACTORY OWNERS d upon for talk, and each responded wita mr short speech, with the excep-1 won or j. w. Bettendorf, who was un able to attend All of the officers vers reelected aa follow: Prudent William Butterworth. Molina. Vlcn Presidents George A. Steph ens. Mollne; James F. Lardner. Rnrk Hland; Joeph W. I'.eluudorf. Betten- Ctorge W. Boss Points to That dorf- Nation a. Example at aSTs. Manufacturers' Feed. Vice-Chatrman of the Governing j Board Charles E. White. Mollne. 150 ARE IN ATTENDANCE!!' f B-rt-w- c- Bn oecretary and Treasurer Harry A. Jansen. Mollne. Reception First. I Re affair commenced at 6;30 o cloc k with a reception and at 7 all were seated at the banquet table. The room was preftllr decorated and over I 'the speaker' table at ona end. vers .pennants tf "Rock Island." "Mollne." "Davenport. "Kant Moline." and "Ilet- lendorf " The menu: Ortttr Cocktail. Cream of Tomato En Tasse Roast Young Turkey. Cranberry Sauce Mashed Potatoes Apparatus Tips Perfection Fruit Sald Waukesha Cheese and l!ar l.e Iuc la Cream and Cake. Coffee Cigars Cigarettes Here In 1916. Just before th program concluded Scene in "Call of the Pines19 At Empire 0t"3 Club Seen of Annual Event AH Oncers of tfcs Association Are Reelected. r rr.-tre to 0rmii7 as an example a r.vi'.n taught lo produce ad urg- -f !v," f t h. M ..-ljilppi river as' -r r . .' pnlvlnjr :he ratirosd rate. .,... (;..,r7- W. Ko-s. of Kat Mo-j . : ir.-- ! tho m mber of the Trl-j f .: ir. ;fct irtru aasocUU'ou and .:.- f-:r.-'. numbering 11. at the' rf. a..-.r-iai banquet hid at the Oat-' r. i' In f .ivtr. port Iat unr.inj. t.xrulr.it 1 vantag of the n in having contented ' i n tl.A rf workmen who' -u tMr. Mr. Itr. sred 1 .-.ir.uf.cftirrr- with !.. l.ftlei XT- i re t.--It Tort. 1 in ay H-'ory rf I" -p-rT v ovr :. fro-ii t time of the I'r issia-l l"Pr'eni J. oliln. Kor-lf Island, in b" t 7i ar. r.d h'-d h'.w af r the half of the rJesfs, extended a, rote of of :;.jt ci-Tin'ry tere bo-ideal in-' thanks to the officers and members of r. i; f r4-d ahead w trh the' ""elation f.r the entertainment rn r numerous rar.l.t. o . a a G.-rmtn could hip from i -,fr- 'Vil.ns stated that he hoped :-.t ' n t I:hine to the mouth tnat n"xt Tr the jnanufactnrers i would hold theinhanntiet in Hock Is- ........... - . . m k. .i7 t-..-1 - r. hiir.t in lni!on co-ild do. I land, and several of the officers are) r . fi rt n the world mar. nsidennc hls seriously. so that It la l.v arc in C'Tiiiany." .aid the "K,-1 i31 t-"'3 "J i"-oe tne set-no r Ar - oa imdinit out the ' of :h afraJr ,n ,. r .. t!-' !iM H-.- llir.l t;.-'t i-r;:,vr to tlnd for you i in that r "ini and I t t'nrn' y .1-. ; i j.4 r; 'r-.l w.'h an exnet J -.:! .t:o:::t 4jf i; po.-ibi!l- "jHi ' v ". '.. -1e jT..' . ! mis 7 X K s ' J " " ' N I DOfJ IS NEW HEAD AUTO SALES FIRM Junior Member Takes Over En tire .Interest of Fourth Avenue Auto Garage. Partnership of the Yegjry-Don Sales company, conducting an auto garage. 1720 4Fourth avenue, was dis solved in a deal consummated yester day afternoon, n which Elbert G. Don, junior member of the firm, pur chased the Interests of G A. Vegarv. Mr. Don wiil conduct the caracre in the future under the firm name or the Don Sales company and pians on niaii- injr extensive changes in the business. although still conducting it as a een- , eral earafre and salesroom. I Mr. Yegy could not be located to- ; day, being out of the city, and hi. future plans are int known, it i": thought that he will continue res!- ; dence in this city. The Yeggy-Don Sales companv has . been in operaton here for the oast tnree years, ajid during tho las: has occupied new quarters in Odd Fellow building on Fourlh nue. SIMOX & LANDAUER Cor. Second sn5 Harrisoa Davenport, la. Now comes an added clearance event, a Sale Trouser two the are- : for m-n and young men. th ; A comedy scene in "The Call of the Pines," the new offering of the ; Oliver Drama Tlayers at the Empire, opening at the matinees tomorrow. I r-i .-!) Tirln.-TS to give r rt. pr.'!' nt tf politics n of She ar tlepart- PLANS ADVANCED FOR K. C. EVENT Jr. I .l.r the is t.tlk i h ur r ( - bet 'A ee:j :i ii ! I ." v i.rk:.;-'-n. Stepeis Toastmaster. i::i llarfrworth. M-Jlin. con-i'.- banquet. introduced j it. Stephens. Moline, chair-; ti e governing loar'l of the as-1 -.i'-;.iti"n. . taMrn.-.-.t'T and tiirojgh--i. ; r : evening proved vi-ry clever. 1 k p.r.g the aid!e In constant . i-M'T jr.'l momg t!ie .-(i-rani alorc - t ...: not on e i !:.! r'.t rn the .- uave t"T the rr.oi.i-t.t. I ' ; r -i 1 C. .Iii'i..-r. nuyf.r of I-., veil port. 1. nn "r.-t iiiilel upon' i - an a'lirer.?. iivc!.ir-l th.it he hrtd ' ar'ived ut the club v. ith the press t r :-p.)"e In view of g-vinu : l'r.g ad-; tir of n nrie. t'f vv:U e totneil, tmt it; ii !,. la'-r i- :irnt .l . .- mt exp- 1 Id J t! i.-. and a a r. - i t a rat!i r unprepared. He cave a p:-'.-ant little talic r.:!rte with hum--..- u pun but he d. l riot foraet the r,'.r..t nitle. ursit.g t:.at t n.auuf . tak a cr. af r intere.; in rii-ir.ic, ,i , fui'. He pointe-i t. t:ii ait t '.i! f' r'.-:r be-t fr.fere:. "1- a'l lrn f.ii.-od 'hat of V i v.r Mu. rr.-r and Flo. ! It Todd. Mo- a ld.- t. th t--n-ral jovial f.-el- r : f ru--!' nit!; a p".t it tilled Allouez Council Makes Arrange ments for Initiation of Big Class in Moline. Reatro LINE EXTENSION TO BE DISCUSSED i Southwest Improvement Asso- ciation Will Hear Report ! at Coming Meeting. Jan. Wife." EMPIRE. IS, 19, 20 -A Runaway At the recular meeting of AMouex nlng plans were farthered for the Ini tiation of a bis class of candidates at a joint rcee.ting with the Moline lodge, in Moline. Sunday Feb H. Indi(atVjns are now that there w'.ll !.. "' or over f.i the cla?s and the ommittees of the Moline .and Hock j Inland roum-.ls w i'l met 1 1 1 1 evening i n Mt-!ine to arrange other details. I Governor Di.nne wan arked to came, i but in a reply to the invitation stated : that w hile he would like to be present , at the nieeiir.g, the business of th lec'.sla'.r.re ! so pressing that he ; uould be unable to do so. Prominent speakers, however, will b "cruxed. jisidsiant state's attorney of C'o'jk lounty. W. N. Prown of Cui raeo. Ilhnois Mate deputy; and K. O. Initine. Mason "ity. Iowa, pu-t loa state deputy have aNo been n.-kd to I... pr.-sent to taik. It is tho; eht tliat t!..- three will -orne. MAJESTIC. Jan. 20-21 Mary 1'ickforJ In "He hind thu Scenes, by Margaret Mayo. Daniel Frohrj-.an producti-in. Jan. 22 Heatriz Mieholena in "Mrs. Wiggs of tho Cabbage Patch." Jan. 24 Mabel Taliaferro lu "The Three of i.'s." i Jan. 2o Daniel Frohman presents ! David Higins in "His Last Dollar." j Jan. 2l Clara Kimball Young ix. The Deep Purple, by Paul Armstrong and Wilson Mizner. I Con ing Marie Dressier and Jane . Cowl. glers and with their dealings with the custom house officials. The latter get information that a $2i,0"0 pearl neck-! lace has been purchased in Paris and I is to be smuggled through on this sidoj of the water. The smuggler is trav-! eling with an influential family whom i Members of the Southwest Improve, ment association will take up further plans towards securing the extension of street ear service into the territory annexed to the city within the roccnt year, at a regular semi-monthly meet- i ing to bo held in Joe Kennedy's store at the corner of T-3!eventh and Aiken streets, at S o'clock Friday evening. A report on an interview of ore of the officers, with John . liuntoon, ; general manager of the Tri -City Kail- way company will l.e , made ar ihut J time. The plan suggested at the last : This sale affords every man opportunity to buy an extra pair at small cost to tide over the season. Oar finest goods are in this sale; worsteds, cassimeres, Scotch fabrics; plain and fancy patterns, reduced as follows: $6.50 and $7.50 trousers to $4.85 5.00 trousers to 3.85 4.00 and 4.50 trousers to 3.39 3.50 and 3.95 trousers to 2.89 2.50 trousers to - 2.19 1.95 trousers to - 1.50 1.50 trousers to - 1.19 Siaple Pednced lft"i , .,. .- , , , , ,. , ' ' i meeting of the association was the smuggling d.'al. Iiuplicate.j bv her ,. ... .. . , , , , ' . .- continiiauion o! the Hnrd si venue line young sister in defrauding a je e rv . r-- . . " . J , . - down First street to enter stat . tm insurance companv to Iav her bridire , . , , , . ' . road and then east on the run.: t u.-L7i. tx uhiivj iiii piuuiiu-un young FAMILY. Jan. 19-20 "Hearts nnd Flowers," with Mrs. Thomas Whiffen and I'.eulah Poynter. Thursday and Friday "Northern ! Ligiits." j Saturday Exploits of Klaine Kpi-I sode One. entitled. "The Clutt iiing j Hand." "When a Woman Loves." woman is forced, in order to save her sister from imprisonment, to become spy in tiie family where the supposed smuggler is gue.-t. She has met him in Paris, and. of course, is in love with him and he with her. Many compli cations arise in her effort to prove him. as File believes, innocent, but unon his confession that he has the necklace,! it is a battle of wits and love to pro- teLt him and her sister as well. The! story euds we'll, the smuggler proving to be a I'nited States official that has ere.il ed the plot of the smuggled neck lace, which is a fake, in order to ap prehend th real grafter that has been operating in the custom service for a n im'ier of years, and fthe young wo man spy and the supposed smuggler "wej and are happy ever alter." Tile l:no iin. He slipped on the i.e and fell striking his !; ail on the pavement, fitting .an inch gash i'.hovo the right eye He. was abb.- to get to his. home Twe the Watch To'er street. Other plans for the extension of waterniains and electric lights into the section will bfe taken up at the meet ing Friday. II CARBON CLIFF Mrs Joiui Benson, who has been seriously ill at the home of her moth er-in-law. Mrs. Alice Benson, is much i f nil pro eu. Benjamin Griffith and Gcorss Church were bus'tiet-s callers; at Mo line last week. The Lailies' Aid soc iety o where the wound was dressed and on Monday ho v.as a.b!e toigo to his tvork. Mr. and Mr;;. Haley and little daugh ter of Silvis, were callers here. R. V. O'Donnel was a. Moline visitor Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. EUvood Little and I daughtt-r, Marion, and Miss Lueiile jj ! Krells spent Sunday at Uolwsburg at the liotiie of Wil'iam Stone. nd Mrs. J. i-'ah.'stroiu '! Thursday afternoon ; J the M. bv Mrs. 1 V J SBZ3l9 What "Vikings" Means. "Vikitie...-' is the term that applien to the Scandinavian warriors call them pirates. If you like of tho eighth to the eleventh century. The term ap plies to the naiik and file as well ai to the chiefs and means, fundamental ly, pirates or robbers. New York American. There Is a distressing shortage In the supply of suspenders at the front, and Berlin newspapers are appesllng to the public to save the situation also the trousers. UIVIBI4 TO FORM READING CLASS FOR PRISONERS IN JAIL :,"!,!R"- " l"v-t"! to th.' LoU m Harris, county supe.-in- re , M.ht for t ir1c-ifrturers.tf.iJ.llt of hi.VH, to Institute a On cers Reelected. I reading class for prisoners confined -.rl idfrg :h.- tc-ti. Toastmaster ' In the county Jail. Following an cx made tt.- a-.i. "i.. e::enl of i presslon yestt-rday on the rart cf son.e otrr'-rt if th for rearier. Mist Harris ilei-lded in the day Asito devote an hour each day a.-sis'.ing I.e. ui w a cad-: them in tae work. DREAMLAND. , man spy and the supposd smuggler I K. -.huri h will be entertained Wednesday "Pow er of Ancelus," j "wej i.r.d are happy ever after." Tile ,' I-eRoy Carey a "Fatty's Jonah Day." !l;iy w;,vi -!i staged. i at their home Thursdav "His Kesponsibiiity," from '2 too p. m "Wiien Road Part-." I AT THE EMPIRE. ! Rev. John Kennedy and Mrs Ken Friday "Mills of the Gods." "Our, Tonight will see the last preser.la-; ne.iy returned to their home at flamp Mutual Girl.' t on ot "A Runaway Wife" at the hands ( ton having spent the past week her.-y Saturday "Odalrsrjual." "The Lucky ' of the Oliver Drama Players at the with relatives. Rev. Mr. Ken Shot.' j Knipi.-e the.it re. The amusing com-! as Vsied P.ev. L. M Thomiisnn Sunday "Ccntor of the Web." "The rsly has served nict ly to further estab-l vival meetings which were well at-' lASS J. VaU 2 Phones 46-7-! DAVENPORT HEATRE 3 VAtlDEVULC 'j; Carpenter's nnedy I in re- j! Mystery of the Perpetual Glare." l-.'pi scile No. 5 of "Ziulora." "Wantel Career." (Comedy) itinu.i! el-ctlon i .- .itiori l.ehl eari: T' l 1 the I.-1. earn ,'lisii the company in the good graces , of Empire patrons. Tonight is "Wood-: men uicht." arrangements having been1 made to admit them to see the com- AT THE ILLINOIS. j edy and the pictures. The regular. Selwyn & Co. 4--;:ve a very creditable change of play will occur at the mati-l production of Kol CeoTer Megr;:?V . nee tomorrow, the new offering being; melodrama. "I'nder Cover." last even-1 a comedy dr.ima of the great north! irg Hi the lll:ncl. theatre, t.ie ca-t in: woods. Hie tail of the Pmes. 't in ih leii niueii i:itere tended and was show-p. Mrs. John Fahlstrom nnd her daughter. Miss Alice, were Moline visi tors Friday. Mr. andAIrs. J. Lang.'iery "ere vis: tors at Moline Fridaj . W. C. Dempsey and daughter. i'i I Last Time Tonight to See K luting's Entertainers Trained Doves, Rabbits. Cats, Dogs A beautiful offering. THURSDAY CARTER THE GREAT MASTER MAGICIAN In hij sensational act THE LION S BRIDE Seats Going Fast Call up now for YOURS Tlenly of Coats Tor Stout Women At Tie "Bee Hibe I..irc worn ii. stout woinf-n who nre finding it 1 a A 1 . a. A . -r 1 1 IMlfH-iSSlhlf t M' Jd'OpfTIV IIUCU ill H1M Kiuil's nu every particular he'ng a goori -n handier the t nrt .; properlv an 1 o d d-lir.eatinn. The play is full of jesting and a.-iion Is niii.l nr.d the s!',iect holds . kind. the iiitere-t. It is a mystery play denlitii! with the craft of the smug- BIG EATERS GET KIDNEY TROUBLE that "ffers a splendid blending of light and ! (raee Gladys, and Sister Miss Carrie visited Thursday the comedy of the better: "t the home of George Holland. Albert D. Pay ton of Mol'iie w as a Sunday visitor at the home of Pen r THEATRE PAPER FAILS. j I orin. Ch it en til Inn "a fve,ti..r.. of' the Misses Margaret, and Gertrude Jack Lait and Tom Bourke. Inc.." pub-1 Ger'm.rdi visited one day with the . Ushers of the Saturday Evening Tele-1 Misses Myrtle, and Alma ienu-ii.er . gram, a theatrical weekly, filed an in-jat Kast Moline. voluntary petition in bankruptcy J Albert Rosemans was a h.i.-iness ' against the corporation yesterday. I eauer ai. -u.oie. em. u.t . The creditors are Western Newspaper! -Mrs- Earnest Deiihanil was a Moline I union. $1.377.r.6: Jahn & Oilier Kn- visitor the latter part of the week. Irmiiii" eomnnni- i jfo i-r,ni- I Mr. and Mrs. Chester Kennedy o'i m Quinn.' $l,;no' Liabilities of the Thursday entertained at supper Kev. Take SaltS at First Sicn of ! company aro in excess of $13,000. ac-i-nd Mrs. John Kennedy of Haniptcn. ' HAM PERRY is prepared to do all kinds of steam and hot water and vaniuni heating work. Unici labor employed. Of fice at P.osef.fic.'id & Cox's plumbing shop, Fourth avenue. Photic- It. I. 27"S: K'.s. IL 1. 1'07. orse SALE 1611 Fourth Ave., City Thursday, Jan. 21, 1915 12 O Clock 5 0 head of young horses, all sizes; 4 0 head milch cows. FEED M. CARPENTER. p find satisfactory selections here. warm of Tral. winter Astra- More of Those Fine Black Boucle Coats in sizes up to 51 now Hi?. ats h.nn. IJrnadcIotli and Plushes in three-quarter and full length con servative styles that can he worn with continued pleasure for several seasons. All at Clearing Sale Reductions hi . --- i all III vU Splendid Assortments for laartre women in Other Deuartments 55? sttM Dladdcr irritation or i'ackache. Extra Size Suits C Price Other Departments Extra Size Skirts All $5 Extra Size Petticoats at y4 Off Kxtra size Dresses. House Dresses. Aprons, Waists, all at reductions of 25 or more. ffie See Hibe n The Corner 2nd and "Brady Sts.. DatenporT The American men ard women must truard constantly against kidney trou ble, because we eat too much and all our food is rick. Our blood is ailed with uric acid which tho kidneys strive to filler out. tfcey weaken from over work, become sluggish; the ruminat ive tissues clog and the result is kid ney trouble, bladder weakness and a general decline in health. Wfcen your kidnevs feel like lumps of lead; your back hurts or the urine is cloudy, full of sediment or you are obliged to seek relief two or three times during- the night; if you suffer with sick headache or -dlny. nervous pells, acid stomach or you have rheu matism when the weather Is bad, get from your pharmacist about four ounces of Jad Salts; take a table apoonfui In a glass of water before breakfast for a few days ana your cording to David D. Kagy. nttorney for the creditors, while the assets will not amount to more than $1,000. Jack Lait, the playwright, withdrew from the cor poration last August. WATSON CASE CONTINUED TO JAN. 25 BY JUDGE The case of C. W. Watson, who is alleged to have stolen a gold watch and revolver from an army officer some lime ago, was continued until Jan. 25, this morning by Magistrate Smith. A'torney ilarry McCaskrin, who is acting for Watson asked the continuance. Watson is charged with larceny, and is held under $500 bonds. The act was cotumitteed. it is claim ed, while the officer in question was asleep at the Thirty-first street sta tion. The officer was taking a desert er to the federal penitentiary at Fort Leavenworth, and had missed his train. bMnera will then fine. This famous Mils I. made from the acid lithia. and J pQUR MORE ELIMINATED & . I A AMFfnna . rv nnn ' MXmS Deen uxu iw "l . and stimulate clogged kidneys; to neu tralise the acids in the urine so h no longer Is a source of irritation, thus ' ending bladder disorders. ! Jad Pslts 1 inexpensive; cannot la- j . In re. m LSKea a aeusnu ui ituciitotui ! lithia-water beverage and belongs m siefert IN Y HANDBALL TOURNEY Four more contestants were elimi nated last sight In the handball tour nament now In progress at the Y. M. C. A. Burton was eliminated by Driggs, MsngIesdorf defeated Octenhagen. and Rev. L. M. T.iomnson :: Silvis. Vernon Lareger of Silvis spent Sun day at the (John Fahlstrom home. George Kennedy met with a pain ful accident Saturdav evening w'.'.iio coming home from work at East Mo- lost to Simmons and Young every tome, because nobody can make i uon from Meek. The last of the games a mistake by having a good kidney J in tne singles will be played toaigbt and the semi finals will be played tomorrow. Be Sure to Hear Catch-My-Pal1 PATTERSON First Methodist Episcopal Church Nineteenth St. and Fifth Ave. Thursday, Jan. 21 7:30 P.M. One of the most thrilling speakers in America Toiay Auspices Rev. Wra. A. Sun day Promotion Com n Oh ONI AL See the Second Episode of ti 1LL ana way June TOMORROW The Picture Everybody Is Talking About EMPIRE S.lf'F.ST I'lAVIIflt'JtK IN THK IKI-C11IK.H PHONH it. I. TOH i f OLIVER Drama Players P'ays change twice weekly Admission Free An will be takefi. offering Eery night at 8:15. Matinee Sunday. Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday. TONIGHT hr t ummy I otiirdy A RUNAWAY WIFE Starting Tomorrow lYTatinee at 2:30 The Call of &e Pines Excellent story Good Comedy, Splendid Scenery Send the Children to our Saturday Matinee Next Sunoay The Newlyweda. Order Your Seats GET THE OLIVER HAEIT II. , 5 a II 1 ) 'it 5? V Ii i i ii t.i; 3,14 I'M " 5 i! . . e i I? i ' V ' fleshing T time. . Hryr House carmcy. CAdv4