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Tuesday, February 6, 1934
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THE ROCK ISUVND ARGUS, TUESDAY, FEB. 6, 1934. RETIRED STORE MAN IN MOLINE DIES AT AGE 67 Anfnst TVietllspach It Taken by Peath at Ilomc After Befngr III More Than Tear. August TVMetiispatch, (7 yean old, formerly connected with th e Yager- Lundt and company department store m Moline for 20 years, died nue, Moline, at 12:30 o'clock this nu, Moline, at 12.30 o'clock this afternoon after being ill mora than a year. He had been head of the linen department of the Yager-Lundt store for about the last decade. Illness forced his retirement about IS months ago. Born in Pekln, 111., Feb. 26, 1866, he 'was married there April S3, 1901 Soon nfter his marriage ha moved to Peoria and then to Dav enport. A bo 'it 20 years ago, he en tered the employ of Yager-Lundt and company ana the family moved to Moline. Surviving are tha widow, three sons, Louis and Arthur of Molina and John of Chicago; a daughter, Airs. John piunkett, Jr., Moline; two sisters. Miss Katherine Wlet llspach, Pekin, and Mrs. Josephine wisebrucK, Peoria, and two broth era, Lawrenc of Streator, and ftlcnoias ol Fekln. Tha body was taken to tha Dan lelson and Furgie funeral home, Moune. . MORE FILE TO SEEK LEGISLATURE POSTS Aspirants in Both Parties Enter Contests for Assembly.: Springfield, 111., Feb. 6. (By the Associated Press.) Feu tiona for nomination at the April 10 primary, on file today at tha secretary of. state's office, Included tha following: For state representative: - Republican Twelfth, George C. Backer, Savanna; Fourteenth, Ar thur JUL Anderson, Geneva; Sixteenth, Calistus A. Bruer, Pontlac; Twenty-eighth, Webber Borchers, Decatur; Thirty-second, Thomas H. Smith, Colchester; Forty-sixth. O. W, Talbert. Fairfield; Fiftieth, Wallace A. Bandy, Marion. Democrats Tenth, C. O. Harris, Jtockford; Twelfth, Frank M. Ben-kert, Freeport; Fourteenth, John JO. Metier, Aurora; Twenty-eighth -Verne R. Johnson, Lincoln; Thom as W. Smith. Decatur; Thirty -see- on!!, i. y. c. sduii, swontu; j Paul , Madison, JSusbnell; Thirty- ninth, PL E Bray, Lichfield; Forty-third, George I Snlvely, Lewiston; Forty-eighth, George H. Hall. St. Franclsvllle; Forty-ninth, Peter H. Joergensen, Eae St. Louis. -State senators ware: Democrat Forty-ninth. Albert Glenn Middleton, East St. Louis. State central committeeman: - Republican William J. Lewis, Streator. - . - : Aldermen in Silvis to Discuss Law on Liquor Tha proposed ordinance regulating tha sale of liquor in Silvia will be discussed by the Silvia city council tonight. Tb state law will .be explained by 8. E. Long, Silvia city attorney, and the opinions of the aldermen relative to tha license fee, closing hours, etc., will ba procured before tha drafting of tha ordinance ia started. Put your noxt load cf coal to a doalb c: There fa stffl plenty of cold weather to conns while you are keeping-warm with . GREAT EAGLE COAL Watch it carefully and you will use it next 'year and save more money by doing so. Lcmp at $7.25 tea Sold by: DiOGGoiiIdsCo. Phone 80 WLS listen la Every Sunday afternoon at t:tt Great Eagle Fireside Program -1- TT Moline Deaths Hlsg Amanda Johnson. Misa - Amanda Cella Johnson, 3 years old. a resident of Molina 65 lears, died of heart disease at 3:20 o'clock yesterday afternoon in her nome. 1805 Twenty-fourth avenue, Moline. after two weeks' illness. Funeral services will ba at 2 o'clock Thursday afternoon in the Knox funeral home, Moline. The Rev. J, M. Hall, pastor of Wesley Methodist Episcopal church. Mo-lino, win officiate. Burial will be in Riverside cemetery, Moline. The family requests that flowers be omitted. Miss Johnson was born in Jon- koplng, Sweden, Bept. 20, 1865, and came to Molina from Sweden with her parents when 3 years old. For a number ot years. Miss Johnson waa engaged in the dress making business with her sister. Miss Jen nie Johnson, who is the only sur vivor. CALL PROVIDES FOR CLARIFYING SITE STATUTES i - i Moline Hopes Illinois Legislature Will Clear Way for City . to Obtain Tract. Legislation to clarify the statutes On condemnation ot land by cities for airport purposes, Is included in Governor Henry Horner's call for a special session of the Illinois general assembly Feb. 13, the As sociated Press said today. Tha announcement waa greeted with enthusiasm by Mayor A. lien ry Arp ot Molina and aviation lead-era of tha community. Passage of tha clarifying amendments will en able the city to proceed at once with a condemnation suit against present owners or the Moline sir-port land and will clear away the last doubt ot the rights ot munic ipalities to condemn, city officials said. Molina already has voted a bond IsBue for purchase of an alrnort. ana it is understood a suable grant for improvement of the field will be allowed under the federal CWA program as soon aa condemnation action is instituted. SMALL BUSINESS IS LOSER, SAYS CAPPER Declares Many Codes Were Written in Interest of -i Big Concerns; Washington. Feb. 6. (By the Associated Fressj senator Cap per, Republican. Kansas, declared today in an address ba felt the small industries and small business men were "the forgotten people ot tne new deal" and asserted that some NRA codes appeared to bo written "in the interest ot big bus iness and against tha Interest of the, little business." "If the abrogation of tha anti trust laws for those who have signed the codes," he said, "means that big; business is going to grow stm bigger; that ownership and control, Instead ot being more scattered over the country, is going to be centralised still more then either congress made a terri ble mistake in repealing; the antitrust lawa for that purpose, or some on is making a mistake that amounts to an economic crime in administering the codes. ' Capper aaid ha understood plans were practically complete to ex tend some credit, through the RFC and mortgage companies, organized for that purpose, to the small industries of the country. 'But I want; to eay right now," ha added, "that unless the little Industry, the little business man. ia also given protection against big business and monopoly, the exten sion of credit will do him more harm, than good. , Selters Seeks Support For State Nomination Gorre A. Selters of Macomb. candidate for the Republican nomination for state superintendent of public instruction, called on Rock Island Republicans yesterdsy. He is superintendent of city scnoois oi Macomb. LOJfDON POPULATION GADf. Greater London has increased in population by more than two mil lions since 1889. when the London county council came into being. PICTURE FRAMES O From Moldings That Harmonise O fZ With Yosr rietora M V HUNTER'S O S IS S a Ata. a. L 1SSS gL SEE OUR NEW 1934 SUN-TESTED Wallpapers & Lucas Paints They Look Better Last Longer, and Cost Less USE THEM ON YOUR NEXT JOB Huber Paint & Vallpaper Co. WHOLESALE PHOTO JL 1. 493ft RETAIL - ' - 1702 Third Ave., Rock Island, I1L NAME BRENNAN TO LEGION JOB ON COMMITTEE Past Commander ot Bock Island Post Pat on Rational Ameri-' caalaatlon Group. Dan K. Brenoan, 1000 Twenty-third street. Rock Island, today re ceived notice ot bla a p p ointment aa a member of the national A m e r 1- c a n 1 a a- tlon c o m-mlttee of the American Legion. Word o f the appointment came from tha national Legion head Quar ters, locat- aawawBaw Sd in In- K Brtanaa dianapolls, Ind. Mr. Brennan has been identified with the Rock Island post of tha American Legion since its Inception. He was the second to serve as its commander. Ha held thla office in 1920-21. . LEGISLATORS IN QUANDARY OVER SCHOOL RELIEF (Continued From First Page.) that legislators, with primaries and elections in mind, would hesi tate to impose at this time. Such a program, they fear, would arouse opposition to their renom- ination. it is doubtful if such a program could pass tha assembly at thla time. Hay Divert Gas Honey. But legislators will also hesitate to oppose the wishes of school patrons. Efforts undoubtedly will be made to divert revenues received from the liquor taxes. It is also possible that some will seek to di vert a share ot the gasoline taxes. much of which has already bees diverted for unemployment relief. Counties and municipalities have already been authorized to divert their share ot tha gasoline taxes tor poor relief. . About tha only part of such taxes which can now ba diverted for .other purposes would be the one cent per gallon retained by the state. Another alternative would be a state bond issue. This, however, would have to be ratified by tha voters at a general election. If the assembly decided on such a course the state could issue tax anticipation notes to obtain funds tor immediate relief. Explain Rainbow Seen In Sky at Taylorville Taylorville, III., Feb. 6. (By the Associated Press) There's a rainbow in the sky where, to para phrase the skipper ot the schooner Hesperus, no rainbow ought to be. Taylorville residents this morn ing gazed at a beautiful rainbow In a cloudless sky, and demanded an explanation. No rain had fallen recently, and none waa in the offing. The weather bureau at Spring field gave a muchly mundane explanation. It is possible, tha Taylorville rainbow sasers were told, that a smoke stack fn the city waa giving off vapors which, when they came between persons on the street and the sun, created tha effect of a rainbow. . Another explanation advanced by the weather bureau waa that of a solar halo. This, it was aaid, could be seen in an apparently cloudless sky and was caused by the sun shining through small ice particles high in the sky. Wives of Pythlans Are Entertained in Moline Members of St. George lodge. Knights of Pythias, Molina, entertained their wives following a business session of the order last night. Seventy-two persons attended. Games of 600 and bunco were Dlayed, prizes going to Mrs. E. L. Morris. Jr., and J. P. Johnson 1n 500. and Earl Schofer and Dorothy Jean Johnson in bunco. Mrs. W. T. Coates won the all-cut The Moline Pythian Sisters will sponsor a public card party to morrow night. A number of mem bers of St. George lodge- will attend a r? clonal meeting at Port Byron. Thursday sight y s ia FARM BUREAU UNIT WILL MEET FRIDAY Program Arranged for Ses sion of Bowling-Black-hawk Group. A meeting of the Bowling-Black-hawk unit of tha Rock Island county farm bureau will be at 7:30 o'clock Friday night in the Pleasant Ridge church. The following pro gram has been arranged: Piano duet Miss - Clover Simmon and Misa Rhea Crablll. Reading Mrs. John Cram pt on. Pantomime, "And the Lisht Went Out" Pupils of the Franklin school. ReadingA pupils of the Frank lln school. Report on IAA convention at Danville Frank Ratbbun. Report on farm and home week- Carl Crampton. Remarks R. J. Hamilton. Coe Group to Meet. The Coe unit of the county farm bureau will meet at 7:30 o'clock Thursday evening in the Fairchlld church. A local musical program will be given. Hollis Boardman will give a report of tha IAA con vention held in Danville recently. Approximatey forty persons at tended the corn-hog educational meeting in the Andalusia Baptist church yesterday afternoon. Glen Hofer is the chairman in charge ot the program for Andalusia town ship. Thirty-five persona were present at the Hampton community meet ing in the Zion Lutheran church last evening. Ed wlltamuth presided Carrol Colegrove told ot his ex periences at tha farm ' and home week in Urbana. John R. Spencer, farm advisor, dlscused tha corn- bog program. William Ehler. county committeeman, conducted a period of questions and answers on the corn-hog program. A recreational program was directed by Mrs. Car rol Colegrove. franTpouder INJURED WHEN AUTOS COLLIDE OTA Employe Enroute to Work Hart in Eighteenth Avenue Traffic Crash. Frank Pouder. 21 yeara old, 4529 Fifth avenue. Rock Island, a CWA employe, received a' compound fracture of the right leg above the knee In an automobile collision at 7:15 o'clock this morning at Twenty-fourth street nd Eighteenth avenue, Rock Island. Mr. Pouder was thrown from his machine when it collided with a car driven by E. L. Mtedke, 1808 Forty-first street, who was unhurt. Mr. Mledke was traveling west on Eighteenth avenue and Mr. Pouder waa driving south on Twenty- fourth street enroute to his work on the Twenty-fourth street grading job. Mr. Mledke told police that Mr. Pouder's car did not make a atop at Eighteenth avenue, which is a through street. Jesse M. McCandless, 132 Fifth avenue. Moline, a timekeeper on the CWA project, who waa riding with Mr. Pouder, received only a slight scalp wound. William J. Ware, 1553 Thirty-fourth street, an occupant ot Mledke's machine, was not hurt. The Pouder machine landed on its side over the curb at the southwest corner of the intersection and was wrecked. Mr. Mledka'a car also went over the curb next to the Pouder car but remained upright, Its front end was damaged. The injured man was picked up from beneath tha front bumper oi the Mledke machine by R. 11. Mc-Kinney, 726 Seventeenth street, Rock Island, and Charles Knox. 1536 Fortieth street. Rock Island, city firemen, who arrived at tha scene of the accident immediately after tha crash. , They said they saw both cars spin around after they had collided. Mr. Pouder waa taken to St. Anthony's hospital in an ambulance. Hydraulics Section Is Shifted to Clock Tower The hydraulics section of the Rock Island United States engineer district office was removed today from space on the third floor of the Rock Island federal building to new quarters on the first floor of the clock tower building at the ar senal. The space formerly occupied in the federal building will be utilized by the land section. Roosevelt Likened to Lincoln by Governor Springfield. I1L. Feb. -(By the Associated Press.) Governor Horner's proclamation on the 12Sth birthday of Abraham Lincoln drew a parallel between the Civil war president and President Roosevelt. The proclamation, issued today, asked that all Illinois observe the 125th anniversary Feb. 12 and. after a glowing tribute to Lincoln aaid: "The American people are now emerging from another painful period ot atresa, from a crisis In length equal to that of tha rebellion. Forever united sow, the people of the union which Abraham -Lincoln faithfully labored and bravely died to preserve, have, under tha leadership ot another wise, noble, fearless and Lincoln-like president, .waged a successful battle against an economic scourge aa serious aa war." Rod bland Deaths Funeral ot Sirs. Stahr. Funeral services for Mrs. Mar garet Stubr, 83 yeara old, 823 Fourth street, who died Saturday, were at 3 o clock this afternoon in the Moeller mortuary chapel. Rock Island. The Rev. F. J. Rolf, pastor ot the Evangelical Church ot Peace, officiated. tJurial waa in Cbippiannock cemetery. Rock is land. Pallbearers were Paul Banscher, Frank M. Bentrlm. Peter VonPos-tel and Theodore R. Stenger. all ot Rock Island, and Arnold and Har old Bowers, both of Davenport. PUT OFF ACTION ON LIQUOR LAW IN EAST MOLINE Aldermen Unable to Agree As to License Fees to Ba Imposed by Municipality. East Moline aldermen decided to defer action on the revised liquor ordinance last night when they were unable to agree on the amount the city should charge as a license fee tor the sale of liquor. The controversy will be continued at a committee of the whole meeting ot the council to be called shortly by Mayor Charles Carpentler. Some of the aldermen were in favor of a fee not in excess ot 300 a year, while others were of the opinion that at least 1500 abouid be charged. In behalf of the East Molina Min isterial alliance, the Rev. Chester Esjue, president, presented a reso lution asking that the aldermen prohibit the sale or dispensing ot liquor on Sunday. The resolution was placed on file. Anticipation tax warrants to tha amount of 12,000 were ordered drawn as a means ot procuring auf- nciunt money to pay municipal sal- arks due Feb. 1. According' to a detailed financial report as sub mitted by Victor Vanllecke, chair man of tha finance and ordinance committee, the city on Dec. SI bad on hand only 3698.22. Thla represented $596.22 in the general and waterworks funds, and cash on hand of $100. Liabilities as shown in the state ment amounted to $25,328.20 and included 11,334.49 in unpaid sal aries, $8,035.78 due the Peoples Power company for power and service, and $12,891 in anticipation tax warrants now held by banks against the city and other miscellaneous debti outstanding. This amount, however, waa $26,- 613 less than was owed by the city at this time a year ago, Mr. Vanllecke reported. The city attorney waa last night ordered to enter a suit for Judg- ment against Henry Rushman of tiampton township for S5 claimed due the city for damage caused when his automobile struck a white way lighting: standard. Mr. Rush- man has already paid $35 on the bill. ' TRUCE REACHED IN TYR0LESE DISPUTE Fascists to Take No Far ther Action Until After Conference. Vienna. Feb. (By the Associ ated Press.) Rival factions in the Tyrolese provincial dispute over whether a fascist commission shall rule the district or merely advise its elected government agreed today on a 3-day armistice. The fascist belmwenr (nome guard) and Catholic storm troops will continue to occupy Innsbruck, under the truce, but leaders promised to take no further action in the Tyrol until after a conference with Chancellor Engeibert Dollfuss Friday regarding their ultimatum for a fascist reorganization at least in the Tyrol. Today, despite the fact that an additional 1,000 armed guardsmen and Catholic storm troopers were moved into the city when the dis pute developed last night, Inns bruck was quiet. The city was the center of the fascist commission formed to take over the government of the Tyrol after a helmwehr mass meeting. From the very first, the police have stood aside, viewing the dispute aa a purely intergovernment affair. Engineers to Receive Bids on Gravel Roads Notice were to ro tout todav from the Rock Island district office of United States engineers that bids win oe opened Feb. 28 on construction of gravel 20-foot roads leading to the sites of lock Kn i Saverton. Mo., No. 18 at Burlington. Iowa, and No. 11 at Dubuque, iowa. 1 ne roaas at Saverton and Burlington will be about a mile In length. I EAT WHrYT- I LIKE ANJDTAKE FOOD DISAGREES MUinc 4iwtiv tablat ia Amrk-BUM iaMriactlr barmlM vat ti prompt nil lHiicUM. Sis BU-n, Hotwtr, SoraSclMt. Sux IS97. Tnl M fnct-iie. Bell-ans FOR INDICtSTlON SENATE PROBES BIG PROFITS OF AIR LINES HEAD (Continued From First Page.) thousand dollars also waa added to the justice department section for prison. The only change in the navy bill by tha senate committee was ellin ination of $376,708 for reopening the Great Lakes training atation. and addition ot $250,000 for reopen ing tha Newport, R. I., training sta tion, s Senate leaders planned to call the bill up in the senate as soon aa the legislative situation would permit. Targe Security Act Changes, President Roosevelt today had be fort him an official report suggest insr the possibility of relaxing- the much-criticized liabilities provision of the "truth to securities" act. Tha report was stated authorita tlvely to have been submitted by three of the five membera of an ad ministration committee headed by Assistant Secretary John Dickinson of the commerce department. ' Mr. Roosevelt te known to be pre paring recommendations for some congressional amendment ot the se curKies act. Previously he sub mitted to congressional committee a report from the Dickinson com mittee on control of the stock exchanges. Chairman Fletcher of the senate banking committee shortly will introduce a bill maklns a criminal offense to engage In pool operations. " Some members ot the Dickinson committee were reported today to feel that the liabilities provisions of the securities act would be les sened without reducing Its effect iveness as a protection to investors. The act has been criticised by investment bankers and leadlna business associations as preventing the issuance of new securities and thereby slowing the flow of capital. The present law makes all partic ipants in the flotation of the secur ity liable for full damages for any omission or misstatement of fact about a security. WaJcott Bill Passed. The senate, today passed and sent to the house the Walcott bill to acquire areaa for use as migratory bird sanctuaries by requiring Hunters or waterfowl to buy $1 duck stamps" for attaching to thei. hunting licenses. The measure, approved by the specla) committee on conservation of wild life resources headed by Senator Walcott, Republican, Connecticut, would raise an estimated $1,000,000 a year to be used in -ac quiring the refuges. It applies only to hunters of waterfowl. The Norbeck-Andersea act of several years ago authorized $8,- 000,000 to restore migratory water fowl sanctuaries, but appropria tions fell more than $1,760,000 be low the authorisations and the duck stamp tax will be used Instead. The committee estimated that out ot 6,000,000 who take out hunting licensee about 1,000,000 hunt migratory waterfowl. "The great majority ot sportsmen are enthusiastically in favor of this bill." said tha committee report. All the senate's hunters. Including Walcott, Robinson. Democrat, Carbon Coal Co. Telephone: Rock Island 411 . i THE ZEIGUK GUARANTEE CERTIFICATE GOES WITH EVERY DELIVERY OF GENUINE ZEIGLER COAL Arkansaw, and Plttman, Democrat, Nevada, spoke for tha measure. Tax BUI Almost Ready. The new revenue bill, estimated to yield about $300,000,000 a year, was virtually completed today by the house ways and means committee but final action is not ex pected until later in the week. Only three items remain to be disposed of by tne committee at an executive session tomorrow. They are the proposal .tor a tax on so-called "hot oil" submitted by Secretary Ickes, continuation ot tha present first and second cuss postage rates on lnter-clty mail and a proposal to make the S cent a pound levy on cocoanut and sesame oil apply only on oil going into edible products. The committee today refused to consider Secretary Ickes proposal tor an increase from 21 to 43 cents a barrel on oil Imports because it was regarded as a tarirr. Delay Sye Resolution. An attempt to get certain in formation from the NRA today as to affairs of its present and past officials failed when Senator Rob lnson. Democratic leader, asked for the Nye resolution to "go over un der the rule ' preventing its consul eratlon until later. The senate, however, adopted a resolution by Senator Stelwer, Re publican, Oregon, requesting Infor mation on the authority for the estslisbment of the Federal Surplus Relief corporation, the Commodity Credit corporation. Agricultural Credit agencies. Federal Emergency Housing corporation and the Col lective Farm and Home corpora tion. i The possibilities of sensstional disclosures in connection with gov- ernment contracts was intimated toduy following a move by Harry Woodring, assistant secretary of war. to bar Joseph Silverman, de scribed as a dealer in army sur pluses, from doing business with the war department. Tha department of Justice today prepared to place evidence ot a! leged activities by Silverman, who maintains offices in New York and Washington, before the District ot Columbia grand jury. Leslie C. Garnett, united SUtes attorney here, was quoted today by tne Washington Post as saylnc that in all probability an indictment charging cocspiracy to defraud the government would bo asked before the grand Jury. Mrs. Clara Bnrch Taken By Death in Farm Home Mrs. Clara Burch, who resided on stste route 3, three miles south of Milan, died in the family residence at noon today following several years' llnesa. Tha body was removed to tne Knox mortuary, Rock Island, pendng funeral ar rangements. The Best GOAY HAIR REMEDY IS f.UEE AT I'CI-E You can new auk it hem batter nal tcaadr than Vou can Mir, br following thtt atmpM rcciptt To half ain pi watai add end ounca bar maB.1 email pox of Barbs Compound nd cea-fourth ounce of flrccrtn. Any druMtot can cut thla Hp t you csa fnfal it nurtaif varrlitd coat. . Apply to th hair rwka wets nul tha oatiraa ibada la obtateted. Sarbe knpana catoc to aoaakad. faded or tne aatr. tnata K eon and Skear and cake year of vout look. I U wit! not color the ecalp, to not eticay oroeafy ana aoae not rub o87 Do not be band tapped by grey MM now when, k t e eceetomt. il end eeey to (H nd pi W ZEIGLER is naturally superior because nature made it so . . . high in heat value . . . burns with a clean hot flame . . . easily regulated. Every load is backed by the Zeigler guarantee certificate. Let Zeigler make you "safe at home." Prompt deliveries . . . just phone your order. ASKS FARMERS ACT PROMPTLY " ON CORN LOANS Advisor or. Bock iund conniy- v. . . . w a jd ox rail Dsys Appiivsuons uc -Be in By Feb. IS. John R. Spencer, Rock Island county farm advisor, today urged ail farmers Intending to make apr plication tor loans on their corn to do so before Feb. 16. The deadline ror mailing of corn applications to Washington, D. C, is Feb. 28. , "In many cases it takes 10 days or more to get a loan approved and the crib sealed." paid Mr. Spencer. "There is much to do before an application is ready for mailing, and some farmers who fail to heed this warning are going to be dls appointed it they wait until the closing days ot the month before making application. "Many times, where s tenant's application must ba signed by the land, owner, the latter lives soma distance from the farm, and fails to return the signed application, 1 promptly, or he may sign in the wrong place and make it necessary to fill out a new blank. When this happens, the tenant'a applU , cation is delayed, and If be wait, until after Feb. 15, it may be too late to obtain approval on his loan application in time." Legion Meets Tonight At Odd F11nwa Hull The meeting of tha Rock Island rtAaf mtf the A m nUa an T ...ill be at S o'clock tonight at the Odd Fellows hall, Rock Island, instead , of in Fraternal hall as previously announced, two oincers, a junior-vice commander and judge advocate, are to ba elected. SUES FOR DIVORCE. Mrs. Daisy Howell, Rock Island, has filed suit in the Rock Island coumty circuit court tor divorce from Wallace Howell, on statutory charges. They married April 17, 1933. and the plaintiff aska custody of their child. Good' only euca trade nettedt iswSertacs -the$ood1cf tHs esteoned community Hodgson & Hoban MORTICIAKS 513 17th Street Phones: R. L S71 enl 171 ' I 1 ana oe fr SA IF El 1 Eriright Coal & Ico Co, Telephone Rock Island 950 1 - t 5 .

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