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TTTTTISDAT. JAXTTAItY 21, 1915.
MQLINE'S SECTION OF THE ARGUS
TI1R TlorK ISLAND A I? GITS
" . . - ...i ,.i..W....a
f 4 ,
4 : '
: ; a
STILL A MYSTERY
Coroner's Jury Able to Get Lit
tle Satisfactory Evidence
FOB AND RING ARE MISSING
Lack of Bruises on Body Indicat H
Was Killed and Thrown
Under Whtili of TraiO.
have been aaabte to classlf-r
body has jet txn found who
to experiment to learn whether
of a poisonous species. The reptile
la very ie at h alive, though tbi Is the
Urn of year when snakes are sup
posed to be Mberaatln at aotue point
t!ow tbe frost line.
Itli sa&ke ranre from tbe tropica.
It trave'-d In a butch of bananas and
c:d tot make a presence known till
the frutt was buna; In the Moline atore.
Then it loosened tta hold and dropped
to tbe Coot, causing a panic lor the
time telni. It was not placed in cap-
Urtty till l)T. S. R. Kennedy happened j
lo come Into the place. He succeeded
in charml.-.- It and gt ft into a Jar.
AT THE BANQUET
United States Senator Accepts
lican League Bid.
HERE ERICSSON DAY, MAR. 9
W.L CLARK GOES
TO EASTERN POST
With Governor Carlton of Colorado He
Will Discuss Party laauea Be
marriare was Wilson. She was born
May 2S. 1S3-'. in Biddc ford. Me. She
waa married In the 'east to Lorenzo
rinkhnni and the couple came to Mo
line in 1SG9. Mr. IMnkhain died Feb.
.She is survived by Mrs. Mitchell
and a son, George F. of Kansas City.
Funeral services will be held at -o'clock
S"aturd,r afternoon in the
Mitchell home. They will be private
and friends are requested not to tend
! WAR'S PROBLEMS
IN TRADE TALKED
Secretary Redfield Tells Con
vention of Placing Attaches
in Foreign Posts.
EIGHT ALREADY LOCATED
n.I!w arid - poln- to "o'.l p!r.
the c-ornr' J'iry whlra looked Into'
the dath JLn N-rrockl. the yours ;
Ttnssi-n -. bo f r was found on th
"Tweirh n'f'-f crowUoa; of fie Hurling.;
t' rr-aTu-M:a ia.f- , uazoie Manage Moline-New York
to k- eco.rh t warrant -ny-j ""-- &
m tg other t.-n n .-rdi.-t The Plow Company, the Pough-
P'.iir- win !,. i. rt f continue th in-1 kcepsie Branch.
lii-itf n. ;
V tltrt&J, the tindertVerj ,
. ... . i V. I Clark, connected with Muline'a
fc, brkr-l -in lii- r-n.u.'i.. an 1 I re- -
rarrd th-m for b;r!-i. waa on- of th ; bi- .nd-nal Institution for a dozen, rured.
iir, u; riant :in"-M ",V-'lr.-s.lay af- --. will ko -ariv n.-xt week to be-
tTT'.n 1 ! all that !.r)-:j:h !h rorne rraaac-r f t!ie New York-Mi.line ; Members
tr.dy waa lout Ij.I 1 by t!" , , , ! t"' -M"l lie
i h .1. riu. , Sv.-a Male chorus
p".se of in.iU'ns f,irthr l" :il jirrance-;
SenaUr I.. Y. Sherman. Jn a (ae?
cai;o to the chairman of the committee'
irranr'nc for tlie annual banrmet of:
th IliinoU S.-di-h-American Repub-' nesday. w ita interment at
li-an leavj". to le held here, totlay in
dicatv X his acceptance f til' liivita-l
tion to be pr'-s'-nt and delHer an ad-i
circus. The aci ep'ance of Governor)
Carlf-on of Colorado already I fflfl riflOT
having hern T'-'v-ived. the surcesH
the bauquet. uhii-h w:il Ix !i l l lif-r
m Jnhii Krhf.on day. Jlarrj !'. is a-
Mi6( Rote Sandberg.
Miss Rose Sandberg. well known in
thin city, died dn St. Mary's hospital.
Ga!e jur;. Monday eveninp. An un
cle. Frauk J. Celander. 114 Fourth
avenue, and a cousin, John E. John
son. 1407 Kipntecnui avenue. live iu .
Mollne. Miss Fandberg was ::) years) gt Louis. Mo.. Jan. 21. Problems of
of ace and w.t. a steiiosra-'hrr. The j internaUonill aw in connection with
fun,ri'l was ht-ld -at l.alesnurs ttea
John Basset Moore Urges Abolition of
"Condition Contraband" by
Nation of World.
BUTTONS ON SALE
FOR FIRST GAME
hIim-U cf ti! train. t!..T r no
Cur!, fir bmi" u h a, a'iil l have
aar-l if a livin '--dy wrr- uraik
an-I i.-asi;',! i tnl! tie i.r.,1-. t ily
a. Th lii? r, ur . 1 tnnt Narr-X:
m kli!.-d and hi.. lnir .! i,-..d on tu
track. After la:h l-a tkt-n plac.
brni-4 tia rot t-ciee d to !r-i. it !s
eipla'nrt, l.w.im fh- irtiia' a of
kltf ha c-ae.J.
Moil.-r the rtf( i f th tr.tr
two fri .;'it Iralni hi.h ;.,-ef tli'
aint aftr .."Ti.r M :is !a'l -r. a!' '
ni b.-f-.r. ii rmriin w.r- find
rr,-. a!o eva'mirn-d Th.- l:.- r
ar. I fren-n i-t crt.iln hat th-y
tr:rk no p-r.'n in tvrn c'v. and f :r
tiiTiB'.ri tiiat th-r.' a f' l-odv on
Xt.t f ra-k In frt nt of the t-nun" ir
irh-r ,ie. I; thi-t were tr-; S'"
Kro' Vl i r"rri n n:!it ;ut b !.
Cnorj under th- h--N of ie triii
aft.r t!i ensln- hid ; j.mci! r
trair. ri'- ! a! 12 . 1 " a. :;i and .;:'
other t Z.: I a m. !
3oiy St. II Warm. j
No ert'1-ir.re whatever n!,flr:e;
nr Na'mrM n from f ie time he '
w lat n .. the fri j .i. .nd
Ad.rul': .t! K.; . aim it 11 o'i!.rk ti'.'. "
hi re::u i. wer- ?i, in l c '-ill ; -cured
Th- nodt-rtaker nfj'e.l that he
found the body ;.Kb:ly warm at C
o'ctoek. bich from hi un ri -ccc In
handllo. of tt V -... wntid
e 1 K.:n to ti.lnk t.'i it tl-j::, -J tak-i
rtt pU' e two h tr vurl.t-r. Tl.'-.i
teavra a period of :lve or . !.'.ir
d-ris uti'th th rr:o eruer.'s of the
P.ujui'aa fcatr D'-t v far b'en fra ed.
Hvn Iaci:nk!. who ef,n I'irt a a
Inon t r -i Ka-i.-i-ad av.-nu--. at. 1
Chart- Adorn:'.., who operates th
ia!on at 12i s Tturd Jter.Tj..-. Kt!i
were they saw atrockl abo.t 11
o clock. The latter aid tue man was
Local Members Meet.
cf ti;? eonir.iiit'-e
11. w- err. raay
;"ou:,ke' : le. and
trili iti.i point for the coinp.ny In
.... v-r- Ti-. '"''nth for t!ie bamiii -t.
I r .1 . .mini, ... p.. ......
Daughters Expect to
10,000 of Them at
van.a and Virc.tiia.
i !n the n.,iuro of a bis pro-1
Mr. Clark limine ,n for
American commerce during the Euro
pean war were discussd at the second
annual national trade convention to
day. The principal address was by
John Basscu Moore, former counselor
cf the state department. John J. Arn
old cf Chicago spok? on "Foreign
Hanfcin.t;. Loans and Credits."
Secretary of Commerce Redfield told
tne' convention about the work of the
department of commerce in promoting
the use of armed forces or for the mil
itary establishments of the enemy."
Makes Three Proposal!.
Mr. Moore said Lord Grey had been
more prophetic than he knew when he
pointed to the futility of attempting
rwAvcr. t r-yj r-Ti f from r: ! i f ;l r II i 11 IT
th munitions thev needed, and the!
difficulty in reaching an agreement ad
to contraband, "by reason of the in
crease in the tonnage of ships, the
carrying of mixed cargoes, the Jack of
any single destination of chip or car
go, the multiplication of the number
of articles used in war, and the de
veloDment of railways and other
means Jot transportation.
"A solution must, in my opinion,"
he continued, "be sought if not in the
abolition of the principle of contra
band, at any rate in the adoption of
a plan embracing (1) the abolition of
conditional contraband,' and 2) a
single list having been agreed upcn,
in the cooperation of neutrals and bel
ligerents in the certifications of the
contents of the cargoes, so that the
risk of capture may be equally borne
by those who may voluntarily assume
it, and harassing "searches' and deten
tions on more be heard of.
"The seas outside territorial waters
are the common highway' of .nations,"
i h3 said, "and none of them has thej
i richt to render the use of that high-j
TO UNITE CHARITY
WORKERS OF CITY
Joint Organization Probably
Will Be Formed Next
EFFECTIVE WORK OBJECT'
Will Also Protect Those Who Are D;.
posed to Give Aid From Being
Forming of a philanthropic union to
be composed of representatives of a!
the organizations which now iip,n
charity in the city is contemplated at
a meeting which has been seL for next
Tuesday evening at the Moline Com
mercial club rooms. It is the rMiit
of a suggestion made by Chairman It
b. Hoford of the municipiil affairs
committee of the G. M. committee
Announcements of tin. iim- tinjr
have been sent out to I ho. e vl.o ar.;
expected to take iin interest j.! s,,,.;,
an undertaking. Tise reasons for the
three ear in chance of th Plow
company's printing a.id advertising I
Arthur W. IteM nf tn'.s rlty. hr!
l as :.e.-n trji-'i r.s for Ih n- Co.
out the V.'irntpec Mantlet a. house
w,.: accompany him and wiH ' k veti . ;,- w; i
w:t'l the Mo!ln I'lOW -" wituiianuu I
WILL BE REVIVED
M-. l rk f rtner!y a hale-t nian
cr. r f ti:e Mol.p. Vas".i company. ;
retirtn w!.'n t:...t concern was taken'
over by th. I).-.-re ii:t-re-J. Tiien he'
ertere.J the t.-a ! ! pirtnient of the
M .line eorxioiny and t!ire war atro
on tie r t ir m-r.t of Clyde Kinc he
,-., e.i hir:i r-r.nti".r and adver
tisirig man cer.
Bu:ld Hard Road From Silvis
to the Coloua Bridre.
Ituttons tiie DUThase or wti:i wiil
' slvo memt.crship in the ' i; i.hhi.i lu!"
1 . i w .r I 1...I1 ,.l
! ""'', ' ,M,-""J the fnit?d Stales and Great Britain
j ti n a-l the King's D:tili!ers are in regard to the right to visit and
, in....- : : ii i, . have L-en received in the search and Ilriiish interference with
! citv and todav tin y were placed in a American ships and cargoes could re-
, ... .. ... , sail in nothing In.i'or than a make-
) niintbcr ot the s '.res Thev will te
; : till . ft ; that the po:n!s at issue could
; put on s ..to a: titer pi nts as quick y j ,,e sclfl,i tnIv ,,v , a.,oIit ,;,,n of
! d:sir.l.toi.;ti a;i be ti. tended to. ; ..(.nndii ional ( ;Rrr:ih.m l," and the co-
They will sell for ?1 each and ' !f j f ,,r.rat ion of nout ru!s and belligerents
1 noi l-- . -.1 litre '-;.. t!.u ,.ortifi..-linn . .f
firei.-,i tr..H. anrf .-,irl ha lliol station.
,., a I war insecure. Few days pass in which i
e.i ''uni coin iierciai atiiiiucs awunu - - - Utittwi ,,f . ,,,.1, on ,,r,- ,,i ,,
and that one is about to o to Fetro-Ie does not read a report of the entente of i-ut! , an or. . u.. on as
, ., .. i blowins un of a merchant or fishingi's proposed are set fottli as follows
L till 21III1 ,II- ,11 i.lr lillllll 11 , . '
.Mr. Moore s-;.oke on "Problems of
War and Commerce." He asserted)
that fie ootid intr netro'iatifins between
lion is ai nueriy iu perpetiHie
vessel by contact with ,a mine. As a
method of warfare, this must be re
garded as an atrocity which no na-
INGE-SON IS OUT
IS A CANDIDATE
MEMBERS CIVICS CLASS
VISIT THE COURT HOUSE
ci .as ' '.ass of I he
"tour-- I" t if or.rt
moon. i'..t:ns th.t
ir.-;i'.t c-.erk's c f
hall and county
Ja.i ti:-v w,.;1- tried by
arrt. rs u-'i.-.I
e.i t !- .-. !. 11 v. .11 I e
-( I.n.e ,.f t.j! a- ' at.d
n"-"pap rn '-r ti.e pri-on rt. Th'
i rhar;.' wis the i.f.it.,1 c ne of bria- iti
'into jail wi!:.otr the ro1 "t'l of thos
'c.it.red thv. C reuit CSrk t'att.M.--.)ved
tt.etnl '-rs of the el in a d- afh
warra-t whleii was lt- ii d by li e cir- j
ruit court to V.'il'iani I!i-.i agon, a i
Mo'.ifle ..t. a - in 1
b"i;i ' .-'rd iv lift
iirr:;. (o :ri rcnta.
f ee. J i:l. Mefi'..r al
.:rt. In t!.
l ' kar .-..r.n)
s,re i,n l ;t.---
ii.-. ! on ti... .
Tiiincs will soon be bnoinir.g in t!:.
viiinity of East Moiim-. if plans of ti,o
Ctunrnercia! Inb tvaf-ri.i!ize Last
rvening at a se . tal lueetipg of tlu-
Iiilj. hraak J. ;ead--t;iii was e!'-c'-il
president. IK- ikic-N V.. V. I'ivkl- r
who rice.'.t'y I ft the city. Sia-:e his
departure t!,e activities t.f ;l:e dr?:;n
liation have hi en et-riuusiy haniper.-d
without a head.
Tie hU'i-osf and sr.'i.-t vital project
tie !t.(, v. i;i tiki i-p ii tl.e con--; ruc
tion of a hard rou-i fro i is to the
prnp-i .1 Rock river bridge at Colona.
This uill be the matter for loii-ideia-i
Ion at a nioeiir.ii to be field r.cxt
Monday iv s,:inf. A i;:t'oittee witbi
I. I". ('ji:. a ; e:;:;:riii.iii nun po fi t- I
d f.j Iihik ::fti r the i.reiit.-titinry ii: - !
tails Had to ar:.:.iv for . .-::i,ok..r o r
next Tl.ursday eveninir. j .
Tlie club r.cc-pted the invitation of;,
fi;e Gnatcr Molin,- er. .:"iii' te- a ';
t rt.l lite I'fliiM.'C otif r. to - to be 1 J
!. Id tit Spring!'.. ! I. January JT. ,
--. ! be muI.
S.tle W'.I b,- -cotid
tiie K. ng's I.'a't
a:.o have t h..rc of
. :i t':e ip,-n:::g day.
the sa- j
tif them j
ii..ec; '. '
"ie per ,
-.a n e.i
"V (! - :
to i'.o 1 c i. -, .'or
work. M-jl'ne 1.
ia.e i.i for t!;- .- :
!i it is n a i'.e.l ih
I. -:. ; wi'i i-.. t'ues:
1. ;i:g adt.i:::. .! '.'
game a,t er the !i :
' c-. hi'le
s of t;.
: t .
Of the beliig.-n nt 's right of visit 2nd
sear, h, ho said: ' The impuls of the
, i iieil'-i rent is to cut off his enemv a!
exc.usively , .. ..... ..... ,.,. , ...',.
! l.lO l 'l 1-. l ill 111111 l.-MUl f vi-
I ting anythina (ton the ottt.-iiie. The
neutra'. on th cither hand, naturally
desireo that his trade should no; he
itr.duly hamper. -d by an artttej con
flict to which he is r.o a party.
More Rnciicsl Solution.
LITIS Who W.'l
tiie concessions !
Comniitets to t
Will Run for City Judge as Inde
pendent, Filing Petition
of 700 Names.
Tu t n'.y-1
IS Will UO I
i:t vo'larv j
mark ol i
nt monifnt a n.-u'tia-
-r. of i
1 he it
tioti is ic pri r
ed S'at. s and G
has In ell passed.
STEEL WORKER HAS LEG
CUT CFF SY AN ENGINE
Si betv. eon tlie I'nit
e:.i Britain in regard
j to the exv l rise of (he Il.-l'.t of visit I
, .it'll searcii. panic itlarly in re ha 'oil. to
'the ii'ieatiuti of coiitrabi-.iid. Tiin rep I
. re-r-uraiioiK of li:- I'nit11.! Sftitt s are!
! frit ndiy in t.me. but were evidently
' iii - j.ired by tn dosit e to r:-ach an
Poter R. Ingeiscn nas filed a
; itJii for the placing of his name on the
ballot as candidate for municipal judge
at the election to 1? held Ke. !!. He
will ii- t go on as a party candidate,
rnd therefore need not go before the
people at the polls at the primary Jan.
20. The time for fiiing Tarty p?ti
tions expired several days ago.
Mr. lugelson has TOO names attach
ed to his petition. lie is expected 10 i
be . nc of the stroitu contenders for
! the otlice.
1. It will promote oHieieticy atiri
economy of administration Jn the cliar.
ities of the city as l. wlmle and will
prevent duplication of effort.
2. It will provide a complete sur
vey of the city.
3. It will avoid indiscriminate -riving.
4. It will prevent unauthorized so
liciting for charity.
5. It will protect benevolent, givers
from unscrupulous solicitors of charity.
j It Is not the intention, it is Ft a led. to
1 interfere with any work now b. iiiir
Idone, but rather to assist j-:nd make
I ear-ier and more effective such nu til-
pcti-iods as are now employed.
rtn by a
llurr'n-i'.on tta-.-hs at the i'lrsl
et c-rofsiti; this mortilmi and his
1 i: ,-itt o.4!" jus; h !uv t .ie
'-. Kar-. -ias. it'i lour or live
pani. us. was t ro.-.-iim t?e trac k.
they failed to ohs-.erve tlie etmine
i it was but St veral f. i t from them.
a .-Uw t : j ill worker,
o.i tliboiin-.i engine on
EAST MOLINE FOLITICS
BEGIN TO WARM UP BIT
t Hampton nvm, who wan hanged in)
1? for l'i nnrder of his f :!-r.in-law. 1
box aruaiK ami u;ai war.-n u. fr-.In r;rr.ui( ro.,rt acme of th- . Hence
row a dotl-r and wa. t;rni d..wa j , a cix.n rn3l, 8, u-:ir'l. hie In r..!';i - of Kist iloline are warm
AdomltU adrul'ted tht N a 'crock I hoi y,, ,3r.ri.,! hdi war re!i-s on display ! :n-c ta in preparation for the spring
t-Iephonei to him eiriy Monday even- w.tP j.j,., i election. There are thr o tickets in
In. aaklDK If there wer any irU t : ! :i.. fie),! and a large mini a-r have an-
i -;nt i
;-gi c etui r. t
. rate c!
tit 111. -v !
. hicdl she. u': 1 he dtily con-1
the hur-rrsls of :ol con-1
io-Iliuertr.ts asi-.l neutrals I
no matter wliat arrange-j
made, it can. in the ' res-.
JATAROLA STILL MUIV
ABOUT SILVIS frlURDER
TO GIVE CONCERT
Miss Esther Osborne, Grand
daughter of Dr. Esbjorn,
to 3e Soloist.
in; .-'at ,-- ot tee
u to lie :i-...r" il
.o.i.'s' :c.n f"i;u!ies for its
jt:.-tun at a more radical
any rf the cot.ipr.-t.iis.';-rc.-etu
yfais have afiorJe
soiuf i-Jii than
ut of j
bin .place, and a. 1 he answer-d that.
t."-r were thrc. lnt-n 1 nu th n-.ait-rj
a m Joke, later, on hirg r-c!leJ. 1
hw aknoI Js.-d that Xas;rockl hail
on on(cr to ocra.ion b-en In h.s
. hcuit over t saloon in c-omjany with!
a woman paniej Alice- whom ho had
known for aome time. A tcvr door of
th Adutott.'a ivatcon cpen ufon Cin
Iturtinrton track onJy a fe f-t from
the place where the body ai founl.
Jewelry Miasing. ,
The polio routJer i: his-r.ttl -ar.t
that the dad man's watch f: an-1
rint wi-re ran w-h n th bo-ly was d.
cotre-ed Iwwchjnikl test. fled that th.
dciil tcaa tut! a fo', and ring when he
saw h.'m last. It is supposed tliat h
also had a watch, though ho dl I not.
Th Terdlct the oroner's Jury r-
tamed was thaj the ori-n canto to his;
death tn m nioJiner unknown to u-m-.
bera of that bdy.
; The oilier tv.'-n managed to cf
I tiie v.-iy. but K.n veias as not cjuick
i iioii ;!;. Ti:.- ..ej ired man lives with
! his wife and loitr c hildren tu 21s Fi:r-
t;.-t iti: si'i.-t, K.ck Island. Il will
1 oeo .:.
. I TVC 1AM I I nrml V'jITU tnouncel themselves for mayor, to sjc-
ll IO IIILUliUIIL.
OUT OF TOWN OUMTETS n r "m'ay onue ticket
! are Dr. K. !Kti Taylfr. Charl.-s E.
The Talty Iv.wiing te,-,m. leader 'n , lv,t :i.v:o. c. W. l.'iiik and I!. M. H I
th- Twin-City circuit, will day at ; b-rz. v. hile Kdivard 1 limtiriirton is t lie
Clinton. I ia. next Sunday, thia being i or,iy nd'.date for citv c lerk. lieti
the fir- t Of a SC-rlcs Of OUt Of tOW ti I How, I! U aoiirun, f. r .-.l,!er,e.n in
th Kirit ward and Kr-d Schleuter is
WORK CF RENUMBERING
rente-,' w.-.icti have been arranged
Other places whtr,- the teata will roil
aro at M-j-cat'ne and Washington.
Inwa. and STrea'or ar.J Ottawa. II!.,
Jan. the t aru will roil a picked
team from Rock Island which has been
entered in the Peoria tournament.
Th Ta'.tys will also enter the pe-
a!'i 'rinan of the
up for r -lection
Sec: nd ward.
J. ;. Shirkey and .1. O. .Vcl-owe!!
are candidatit; for mayor on the pec-!
;le's ticket and diaries Siiallberg has'
announced himself for clerk. I
On the socialists' ticket nr.. I. T-- I
oria ci"! and in order to provide for , lia..n-or for ma?or anJ r ,. vh:Vp.
,!?..-- r-uort n 111 nr iui 011 fi-oii t f.ji fpj. cerk
ai t:,e l.yric itieatre.
Mr. Moore said that t'.ie movrment
cf American commerce today was by
grace, of English control of the sea.
"if." he continued, "instau of the
naval supreii.iiey now exinised in its
own interest and that of its alii: s by
the largest consumer of cur agricultur
al productions and foodstuffs, the car.-
HOUSES NOW COMPLETED I, d by powerful hostile fleets, it is al
most appalling to relUct ,11 what
might he the present state cf our
commerc. Tiie hare, sugc-stioii of.
t'wdi a predicament just ities u in ,
giving to the subject our most, sorious
consideration, for we must Io;k to the:
I'nt'.i' as well as to tiie present." ;
The position of the. I'nifod Stales :
1 Pelligrino Jatarola. the Italian helJ
j as a witness iu the Hack hand mux-j
: d r case in SHvij? a couple of weeks!
' ago waa orrniuned before Magistrate!
GttsT.fson today and liis c.nse contin-j
! tied till Jan. :;u. Tlie charge preferred!
ngainst hi in is disorderly conduct. It f
i is believed that he knows more about
.the Tain ri-r than he has yet admitted.
'- Is a
I.. K. ly
r at the
h'eni'iiilf rir.g cf hotises as provided
:'or in the onii.anie adopted iMay 2."
i ns been completed an i property
o.'. tiers may secure their certitieates
it the newly adopted numbers at the
city t'erk s office. Feb.
office wilt begin deliverin
the new arrar-'omeiit.
1 .viiss hsther Osborne w!
grauddaughter -i l:r. ('. I
one of the founders ..u
lege, ami niece 01 I'roif: sor
bjoril. Will appOM- iis s'iei:
conceit of the tswod.s'.i Xati.
e horus to he gi ven in th.; K
eran church of Molue, the eit-n 0?
February 25. Miss Osborne, a soprano
of rare ability, and cha.-m:ng nianniT
is a resident of Minneapolis, and has
recently returned from a In yi.ats'
stay in Kurope where f he studied un
der the mnst-rs (:- Berlin, Paris,
Stockholm and other eith-. i:-:ore
returning to this count rv she --ana itf
, . 1 .ne ;:vucui op,-ra Ol sM)CKtl in ana
Dellis, arretted recently for j "'"-vioua to that in the lU:,:bsrg
jritnst a child, asked a con-!P''ra-
i ue Swedish Xa'ic.iia' Malr chorti
v.'ii: give four groups of snuits at t!!''
concert. Tliis organiaton is com
posed of five male chord s, i,e Svta
and Olive of Moline, .i. .'!., ;!. 1 h;b.
DELLIS ASKS A FEW DAYS
TO SECURE AM ATTORNEY
ttnuance to get an attr.rney when he
was arraigned before Magistrate Cus
iafscn today, and tiie case was si t
for Jan. 2. lie was arrested ar Ke
v. aner. The crime with which lie is
charged is a most revolting one.
1 the po.i
; mail under
BOYS MAKE ICE BOAT TO
BE DRIVEN BY PROPELLER
TO JAIL WITHOUT BOND
Huntinttton :,nd Sehleu- Jospph VanXevel. who shot and
ter are the only two up fjr reelection., killed hs wife Tuesday afternoon, has
I teen transferred t: the county ja.il
s ' whe re lie will remain a prisoner till
I OBITUARY J?F.mT?n II tiie grand jury ads on his case :
Iliad been clear and unoquivoeal for'
FAILS TO PLEAD GUILTY
Ai!D CASE IS CONTINUED
Island, the !:
over leu n1(. n,
a 1 1. .
l.e Ihe.-a ti
-an !at in:
iiu-ro than tne hundred years and had'
nought to exclude altogetiier frt.m thei
e-at' i-ory of cots 1 ahatul hr.tli raw 'ma-i
nidi', idua! 1 i
iitiii:.ber ir. ;
f. .). -a-
v il ai-i
in l ::ih
itf tion of Proi'i - o;- Ait
also appear on the j r.
ing several t;e!ccti.',n.;
jwill be held without bond.
TWO-FOOT SNAKE COMES
IN A BUNCH OF BANANAS
A grocery tore on Fifteenth strew
nas a two-foot snike In captivity
Jtlass Jar and snake experts so far
GOLD MEDAL. Haarlem Oil Cap
ulea. will relieve tht stopped op con
irested feeling. They will thoroughly
cleanse and wash out the kidneys and
bladder and ;,-nt!y carry off the ill
effects of excesses of all kinds. The
bealinc sooth In oil soaks right into
tbe wall and lining of tbe kidneys
and expels the poisons in your system.
Keep yoar kidneys la rood shape by
OMiSy use of COLD MEDAL, Haarlem
Otl Cape-le and you will have good
beali . Go to tout dru-rfrlst V. once
and secure a park-re ot this time
honored. word wide remedy. It Is
not "patent medicine. It Is passed
upon by t. S. froverscnent chemists j
Rat oh Mas .son and Harold Wood ' Warren Lee Erickson- ' , :
. - - ... 1 man is iviissinn.
ipapl'.-i ;a the manual training school. arren Lee, infint son iof .Mr. and Tho , 0ij, e hief of Kansas Ctv
(have almost completed a new tyj. of Mrs. lingo Erickson. 542 Twentieth m0 ,a- w;r,..i ewiff n it '
tic, boat which they hop, f.r an op-; avenue, died at the home at T o'clock 1 as;,jng if Jt u true tha: u ' aiIlnori.
Iportunity to try out on the Ice in the, is morning. He was born Aug. 21,. , t:t.s ):ere h , t.ustod one
: pool near Riverside rarK before warm-j If H. " '" '- '' chUd. The, wiiiard. The telegram states that
--ilh-e -rr t ft 1 -z m K r-wA e-n r I ft 1 n t.m I U' ill ItA n O '..".... 1 - t7.: J .. 1
ml . . t . r w liiaxa ieit nome Feveral weeks ago i s-i,irii,i
r- nfT-11-p rf-iv-ri hr inn nr-rnrl tti t.nr. i Aflfrnttnn fretm hn .1ir-m if v- t o ...... t cuit-ii'it?
- -.. .w . ... .-). ; und Tmr fio i u-anlnd iti i, Mi,
i.e..., in e.i.,r?(, ami iniermeut city. There is no such nersDii in tl.e
local jai' answering the eleserin'inn
I furnished bv the KansHa citv ei,:.,r
Mary Jane Pinkham. In,l HUe.-n L . j" !
Jane Pinkham died at the tneanin- of m, t..
9:15 o'clock this mornln? in the home -
of her daughter. Mrs. J. L Mitchell. The Richest Country.
10C3 Fourteenth street. She had been ' TIie "richest country in the world"
III but three days w ith appendicitis. Is this one of ours the United States
Mrs. Pinkham'a name before her
Pedro Rodriguez, arrested iast week.
when loiMid m possession of three
pairs of new shoes, the ownership of
teriaU and fcoUrtuA's. He explained j which he could net prove, wa.s brought
th- position of this country at the i before Mas:strate Onstafson today
second Haae conference iu 1S7. in I and his case continued till Jan. hi. He
be-half cf a general international : is charged with vagrancy and it was
agreement as to centra 1. an J. and the; expected tTmt he wtttll pietm eu'It.v. .'
defeat cf the proposition following thei Sine? he elid not. it will be nece?;arv R0RFRT PA TTPR Tl f i WPTF
tate to Rt v.itii'sses against i ro.r. r-. r r,r-Z . 7 ,
irt anaicti-d .a week rUfl AUUKtS lUlVIUHMJW
ite couid not
lea 1 of drear Britain's detegatc-s head
ed by ,!.ord IJcay. According to this
propiiiition "conditionul contraband"
was to "consbt cf provisions, mater
ials and articles which Ere employed
f:.r a double purpc.se, in poac? and in
war. but which, 'by reason cf their
character, quality and iiuantitv. are
i.gt; Itcar'guez said
v. e c k
hn?l !!'!. Acccrdingly. a Mexican in-lerprete-r
wgs vn hand this, m..rii'!r.g.
To the surprise of the court th.e pris
cn?r claimed he could not understn.nd
peller. tiio mct'.re power be ing a two
cylinder gajso! no engine. Ily chang
ing the runner the craft may be oper
ated upon the highways when the
.-IciKhmg is good.
LANDEE HOME TILL THE
RECOUNT IS COMPLETED
the interpreter. He explained that
and r.ee.-ssary for military; he spoke "low- Spanish, while the in.
put poses, and which .are destined for
Senator A. F. Uandee is home from
Springfield to remain till after the
committee, which is making a re
count In the Oak Park and Englewooci
districts, is ready to make a report
on the two contested seats over which
the body of which be is a menic-r has
been tied up. lie says the republi
cans wish the matter fully lnvegtigat
ed. It Is expected that sessions wul
be resumed next Tuesday.
Breaks Arm In a Fall.
Mrs. Jennie Lea. 823 Twenty-seventh
and declared pure before cotnlne lato! , . ... srf, , m ,,, ,v
this country. GOI.O MEDAL, is the
pare, oii-cinal li arlem Oil. Imported
direct from the ancient laboratories
In Holland where it is the National
Household Remedy of tbe sturdy
Dote-. Look for tbe name GOL
MEDAL, ob every box. Accept no sub
stitute,. Votir droczist wftl :!ad"y re
fund your mone If not as rcprr-s-ct-d.
NOSE CLOGGED FROM
A COLD OR CATARRH
Apply Cream in Nostrils
Open L'p Air Passages.
of America. There is no other coun
try that can hold a candle to this.
France Is rich. Great Britain is rich,
but the United States is richer than
France and Great Britain combined,
with many billions to spare. New
IE" FOR TIRED
SOHE, ACHING FEET
Ah! what relief. No more tired feet;
no more burning feet, swollen, bad smell
ing, sweaty fret. No more pain in corns
caliouscs or bunions. No matter what
terpreter spoke "high.
The new naturalization law propos
ed by the French government and
which will be voted without opposi
tion, provides that anv degree of
Ah! What nlicf! Your clogged nos
trils orxn riiht up. the air ia.aes of
votir head are clear and you can breathe I naturalization may be znculled by thei out tne poi-
ails your feet
or what under
the sun you've
just use TIZ.'
fractured her left arm. The accident
occurred at her home. Pr. C. C. Slosn,
who is atundTr.-r her. report she Is
making: satisfactory procress.
Marquard Also Signs.
AI Mare-utrd. the tromlsinif yountr
St. LonU pitcher, is the latest to siK-Ti
a Mol'ne contract for 1913. makfu-r
seven piayers who Lave done so.
reclv. No more hawking, snuffling,
r.ue-ous discharge, headache, dryness n
ru-nrlinrr for breath at night, your cold
r catarrh i pone.
Don't -.t.iy stuffed up! Oct a small
ottle cf Kly's Cream Balm from your
lmggist now. Apply a little of thi
fr-grant, antiseptic cream in your nos
trils, let it penetrate through every air
passage of the bead; soothe and heal
the swollen, inflamed mucous membrane,
civinfr you ir.stant rlirf. I'ly's Crc-im
Talm is iut what every cold and ca
tarrh sufferer has beta seeking. It's
taiblnet on the proposition of the ""101" exuda
minister of justice in the following tlon9wh'chPuff
cases. Whe.i the naturalised citizen "fiz" i
has recovered his original citizenship ! ici: xizfs
or acquired another; when, citizen In j grand: "TIZ"
the service of his original or another i will cure mtr
country, he has borne arms against ' foot troubles so
France or when he has quit France tojy011' never limp or dra- up your face
avoid his military service. in rain- Your shocn won't seem tight
BANQUET ENJOYED BY
FLYING DUTCHMEN BAND
Members of the Flying riatchmen
Athletic association to the number of
5i enjoyed a banquet las; evening at
th? Svea chorus rehearsal hall, the
band toys being the guests of honor.
J. B. Oakleaf, S. C. Mace and several
others spoke and the band gave sev
"Catch .My Pal. or St. I'.-rt. '. a.i'l
the. S:. tikes'' will he th.- I;. pi upon
which Kobcrt Patterson will sp.-ak ul
the i'i'st. MeihoeliEt churcii .1 tia--'
city tomorrow evening. Mr. Paitrr.a
spoke in Haveiipoi t iast -v.-ni;-g
liveripg v.'iia is smI I to I, in; i i;tit
of tbe st.'diiid't (2mp'-run.i- adurs ss-s
ever he ai d there.
iiEm and Kidney Trouble.
Deere Harvester Wins.
The Deere Harvester bowlers won
the series in the Manufacturers' league
last evening from the He. re Stags, the
total scores being 2.4S5 to 2.14U.
j Owing to depression caused by the
j war. femr.le servants are the only
I kind of labor wanted in the Bri'sii
colonies. The new circular issued
by the immigrants information offi
cer says that additional male labor
is net wanted in the South African
Union. Canada or Australia. In many
parts, wages have been reduced.
50 Cent Bottle (32 Doses)
7T1 USr .., ii
out t..-!.. - I,,
yen 'neve t.. s
T!...s.- sulT. ,
I.e.l Jiali' a .!.-.
yiei Kt::vt tl.e ,la v wor
siifT it-i h'i.I t- i.s a'..J
'tiiriK h.-iej. l:irrmiK :.'li
tin ins in ine t.:e k wi.r:'
i! . y ii,n. '!-. ii taii:K
i pre, i. it,
i . h-; a ii, I sir- n'
I-' .r am I r . . i
.ikn s, i'. a '-ii
j and your feet will never, never hurt
Nellie Bly, who made oti'te a rennfn. ' Fct sore, swollen or tir
tion by her SO day trip around the , Get a 25 eent ho- at anv dru
world, is now acting as a war correa-, cp-rtmci't tore an(1 get relief.
pondent in northern France.
Although she is 82 veurs of
or Mrs. Warren Johhscet of Matint Pleas
i ant, M.ch
re si. r
.':'.s t r.-.-i l u;.!i : f-iv,
bladder iriul.'e ,ir
i.s p v cv.cifi. ri u
F;,- 1.,-tiiiK.. -wt-H ari.1 vi u. ,r.u"l,
Tnr- p-aiis I'r.iiTi UfT j...rit.-. -
cos. nieu-ratie m-rr-riri.-. :
or kidney in- lipMi.l. i- tt .eili!.
T pi.v.- Tli,- Wilii., rns
eon,, ai rs kidm-v : l.ia.l.!
rl-.eu.'i.tism i.,,,I all uric
.i., nalt,'r h.m- .-iireuie f.r
yea liHCe ii,-ver TI
Treatment, ve will ive i. '. i
U2 doses, If, e )1 y.ei will out "'it O't'
riotic- an,! k r,,l if with 'ur i.tm' a:'l
inliir,-Hs. with l',- to hetj, p.y .1 is' r.'le; -torn
expent-rl. to The I r. I' A. W illi i""
w-itii r. i
t.aor Uw k.
Tr' ..t nt, -nt
,- . .
il ; , ii,.---.
Harrper House Pharrnac-v. x,'.j j the United' States.
I in na i vr t Ji .-... . 1
is sun acting as a news re- iiicr. Kast Kamr.t.-.n. I'.inn. ni
j porter,' She is the oldest newspaner 1 "ir"' y'."' ,v" r-.-iv.- to-
I UYiman I.. II.l.l . . ' i P" :? t-ltl 1 1 i r .111, baltle ' - .1 s- ' '
p.ODaoiy inlwiwoiit . iinrn. and wiiliout iie-urrui"
nnv or.im,H-. n.. eme l.otlle only
ueJeln-KB. (. Adv.