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TITO ABOm TPE8DA.T. MAY 26 189a
B P CUIIUI
Connelly fc Connelly
ClrVe cnad Boor. OTir M.tcbtU ft Lynde'a
bask. Money to toaa.
Attorneys at Law.
nr In Kork Mand Katfeiael hank bnlldinif.
c L watsaa
Sweeney & Walker,
Attorneys and Connccllors at Law.
(flic la Berreun Mora.
Charles J. Searle,
Attorney at Law.
Local bn.lnr.. of a'l kitd. promntly atteB'el
to. BiaLV Attorney of Kock 1 land county.
OiBce, roetollc. blues.
ZXcTniry & SXcEniry,
Attorneys at Law.
I-nan money e v"1 rtarltr; make eo'lec-tl'-ae.
R-fenc. afltcbaU Lynda, banker.
COIr, re.tofflce block.
Architects and Superintendents.
Roma W. Mitchell LjBda ball !lrf. Second
OCa P- STATJDCHAR
Man. and nprriatrnd.nee for all (Ivwiit
baikhng.. Mat.m. la llur.t a bkjrk.
Dr. John E. Hawthorne.
Maw DmUl ferlore, ovat UarU A CUcauyer
Dt( atore. Third tntM and Twentieth street.
Tae latent appoint metre for akllted dental work.
Henry Gaetje, Prop.
Cat Flowers anil Designs of all
City atore 107 Sfcead arenas. Telephone r.:o
Dr. W. H. Ludewig. '
Specialist of Eye, Ear, Ncse and
Onhv In Trcmann. new bnilulug. corner Sev
anteithtff ami Third avenue. Itock Irland.
TtfllUoiM Mo. HUS.
Dk. Chas. M- Robertson.
Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat Onlj.
fifflcc, WUiuk.r Block, soalhwct corner TUrd
and llreriy nmK raTrnport. Iowa. Rooma IT
and IS. Iliura: t to 11 a, m., I to 4 p. m.
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i " ft long oriScnl ol etrHcr-V.
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a aaw a w inw iuj waii
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S AP1PLES :!?"thTZ:l in"xnct-
J VICTOR MtMCAL ASS'N, UVaCEJ
aornt n-.i.. n. JlieXT
Mas. M. J. ttAKoaar. Agent.
Ui TMrtr aTtattSITalflk aaa, Hock Ian4
fin j. mi
Buy, Sell and Manage
property. Collect Rents.
The old fire and time
tried companys repre
sented. Rates as low
as any reliable company
T.ior Patronage Is Solicited. .
O Ece 1920, Second At.
Rama . Blacaj
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IM in,, ht a diffrrrarc It auk,
la iuu- ai uanc. h na'a'al mlorcd
ar4 Uw., rt,i t,f aatt Wrll aa aioald
loik taa rear. joao(ar. . Ut a koCU. of
THE MEXICAN HAIR RESTORER
It ti.m v,n Mhm fafU It w"1 rmT
tha aandtiiff tn-. an riftb. Dm
. MNBa,la. i i j KuM.
Pnblicstion Notice. .
STAT. OF ILUtiia, I. '
la u. ntcoit conn la cnaocarr. BjestaiLbtr
Swna uicKinfan ra ucrbcrt Dickinson.
Aflilaric of non-rr.idenc of I be .bora drfind
ant. llrrtxrl Dickinton, htrmg bran flled in the
clrra. oSlceof ibe circuit court of raid coonljr.
Bot.cr I. h-r fnr. hrr-til Eivt-n lo the raid non-
re. sMit nrifnumnt in.i tn complainant Del Ber
bill of coitiptuct In aid coait. o. the rhirrrrr
aide thereof . on the Mh day of y. IMR. and
tbat ui-rcip-n a rumtaoua tnnd oat of r'd
court. fc rin .aid amt ir now prndina. nmu
nwoa loanrai nuncay in in. moita ox BvptBt
bcr next. a. i by luw re'in'rcd
Now, net, yoq. ihe Mtt on-rertdent defend
ant aboro n roed. Herbert Dickinson, .hail prraon
ally be and appr b. fore Mid circuit court, on
the Cra: flay t. tba next term tbareof.tobeboidrn
at kock I-l.nd in ani for tiie aaid connty, un ihr
lirt MofUny In ?rt tcnibprnra;. and plead. anawrr
or d-mur t tb1 aid rontpl.inaut'a bill of cna-
piaiut. tie Mine and tin? mUer. acd Uin.trf
thrrrln rhant-d und ll.-d will I e taken ae con-ft-erd.
an I a decree eolewd agaJn.t oa accord
lll tu iUm pr.rrof atitl bl'U
tiEOKUB W. WAaLB,LleTK.
I'ork Ial.nl. Ill . Mar I.
r). K. ktwiiiTUT,Coniiainantii Solidter.
8TATE OF ILI.ISOIH.
atocK lliDtonit, ("
In the circuit cnt. Id chancery. Porecloaarc,
teneraT no. ay.nf.
. y. Kobin.on. trmlre for Oacar A B.rnhart
v.. Ilowaid Iha filer and Mitrr C. Chandler.
PbMk notice I. her eiv.n thai in noranHnc.
off a derree entered by aid conrt. in the abore
a'lllrd rUM-, iq the ltl nay it y, A. U.
1S. I. Klwin E. fanxenter. master la ch.ncerr
of lb. ii d circuit eoar of Hcvk l.lnnd conly.
w n on uionui, inL-1, in any or dune. A. it.
!!. et the hour of 1 o'clock In the afternoon, at
the aorta d-xM- of the conn hoae. In the cite cl
Koce Liana in the aaid connty ana rta'e. aell t
bnitllc vendue to the htirhe.t bidder fit.
ca.b, a 1 and a nrular. the following drtcrlber.
rrennae. and rea cate In .a'dderree mentioned
i lotted in I' e connty of Kock I.lacd and tte
of llliiioi. orw maca thereof e may he Bicea-
irr iovaii.ry.ain uccree. iowii:
The wrat half I'il cl thenorthrart onfrter :
and ilia norihacit fUrter i4l of tbe annthea!
iinrtir IWI. all ir ,ecifn thirteenth 113. town
.hip .lateen 1 11 nort'i ni ire five r w. at of tbe
41 li p. a.. rHiitnti? rJu a-re. more or lr.
I'a'nl .way. IrrjH. Ftwia K. fAaarxTrR,
Mvtrr in i lunrt-ry. So,-. i.UuJ county. III.
0. IU KtawoKTUT. Solic tor.
Sawed building stone,
Ashlar and trimmings
For cheapness, durability and
beauty excelled by none. This
stone does not wash or color tbe
- wall with alkali, etc. Plans sent
ns for estimates will receive
careful attention and be returned
promptly at onr expense.
Quarries 12 miles from Rock
Island on the C, B. & Q. K. R.
Trains Nos. 5 and 10 will stop
and let visitors off and on.
Bridge stone, corn crib
blocks and foundation
stone any size desired.
Samples of Stone and Photos of
Ituiliiinjrs can be seen at Room
No. 12. Mitchell & Lynde's build
Arthur Burrall, manager.
Rock Island or Colona, 111.
We are showing our
Usual line of fine
Fred Woltman, Jeweler,
Reliable Goods at
1805 SECOND AYESUE.
TtMSfl BATH EOQUS
baths of ail kinda. Including
Turkish, plain; shampoo, elec
tric electro-thermal, etc., may
be obtained at the Sanitarlnm
l'ath Booms, on. the first floor of
the Harper House.
For Ladles From a. m. to
13 m. on week days tor Gen
tlemen From t p. m. to 10 p.m.
on week days On Sundays the
rooms wiU be open from 7 a. in
to 11 a. m. for Gentlemen only.
Electric and Electro-thermal
baths may be obtained at any
time daring business honrs.
Gymnasium eonneoted with bati
EC. M. BBIGGS,
Real Estate, Lnsnrance, Loans
AND HOUSES TO BENT.
Office 1&08 Second Ave,, Bock Island.
Bae on tad eilote tn gonth Rnok bland oa
ey lcr; JaM catoide t cf.y limit: rood
water : low tu. an 1 rhea.-. laeuranre Ten
oa H.(rT-trriih .ad rifi.nia aVaae
SanmN-rofgiecea of ptouartgy la aha cttf fee
GRAFTERS" WHO MAKE TrlEIR LIV
ING AT DICE THROWING.
Hear of Tbem Are Great Swell.. Wear
Ilea Clothe, lie Like Kick Mem aad
Want to Be Gentlemen Am Ex-Deteet-Ire
Czplains Their Little Game.
Leaning against tbe bar in omTof the
fashionable cafes up town the other
night was a man who until recently
was one of the brightest detectives in
the police department He had covered
biinself with glory on more than one oc
ragiun under the administration of Su
perintendent Thomas P. Byrnes, but
when the shake np in the department
tame and he was obliged to go he did
so without tho least feelinir of regret
lie Uid not look like a detective as he
stood idly puffing at his cigar. He ap
peared liko a man of the world who
had just left a theater or dinner party.
Not until ho was greeted by a Press re
porter did he arouse from a reverie he
seemed to be in.
In every city on the face of the
earth," said the ex-sleuth, "that has
any pretensions to being cosmopolitan
there is to bo found a certain class of
mca-who live by their wits, and in liv
ing by their wits they do it ia a manner
that doc3 not place them within tho
rew!h of the lav.-, although their meth
ods nxo far from being honorable. They
are a nasty, vicious class of men, beside
whom a highway robber or a petty
Jiieak thior is tho embodiment of all
iliat is gia:d and decent Right hero in
New York that peculiar class c.f men
inuriMi as they do in no other city in
;he world, and. they go on unhindered
from ono year's cud o another. Most
of them arc imbued with a desire to be
come rich and bo gentlemen. That may
tnko yon as bimig peculiar, but it is
nevertheliss a fact These men are
known to tho police as grafters, and
Ihey give a good deal more trouble to
tho authorities than ten times as many
See that well dressed, nice looking
fellow who is sitting over thero in an
attitude of studied carelessness, eying
tho elderly man standing at the cigar
lighter? That fellow is a grafter. He
drcs-scs like, looks like and talks and
acts liko a gentleman, and yet it seems
to me not more than ten years ago that
ho was a $5 clerk in a real estate office.
Hispccplo are very poor and never wero
able to provide him with any of the
luxuries in which he indulges himself
nowadays. Yet he can now go into a f ash
ionablo restaurant and order a splendid
mcul from a bill of faro that is printed
in Freucli. He is not well up m litera
ture and avoids the subject very cleverly
if it is iutrodnced. Still ho is a hard
student, devotes himself to a few select
ed books for several hours a day and in
other ways triis to improve his mind
and his manners.
"But how does he get his money?"
"He shakes dice. Ho is ono of the
cleverest dice shakers in this country.
in lact, l aon t believe lie tias an equal.
Tho plan he is going to follow now is
this, provided he succeeds inamaking
tho acquaintance of the elderly man.
They will enter upon a general conver
sation, in which ho holds his own. They
have several drinks. Drinking becomes
monotonous, and they drift out in the
street together. Does he tell the old man
that ho is a stranger in New York? Not
at olL He says he has been here all his
life. Ho had an engagement to meet'
sumo friends at the hotel, bat they dis
appointed him. He comes to another
fashionable cafo and asks the old man to
havo a drink. He drinks whisky, but
the drinks are usually small. Perhaps if
he gets too many ho will lose ono on the
floor. As they go from one place to an
other the places will deteriorate, and
finally, the old man having had a suf
ficient number of drinks Co make him
woozy, the last place will be one in
which Mr. Grafter has a dice box plant
"What do you mean by planted?"
"By that I mean that the barkeeper
is a friend cf the grafter and keeps be
hind tho bar special dice and a special
dice box to be used on special occasions.
This is ono of the special occasions. Per
haps I should explain to yon that in or
der to manipulate a dice box, or rather
tho dice, the inside of the box must be
perfectly smooth. That is because tho
grafter holds ono or more of the dice
in his fingers and places it in the box
in such a way that it will slide out of
tho box right sido np when tho proper
"Some of tho dice shakers have cel
luloid boxes planted, and this, with
a square set cf dice, makes tho sliding
process an easy matter. But celluloid is
likely to excite suspicion, so the leather
boxes are most commonly in use among
dice shakers who are clever at thfr
business. A man who is clever at his
business can shake out four aces In pok
er dice as easily as he can cat his din
ner. Not only that but he denes detec
tion in the doing of it He would be
caught by ono of his own class, of
course, but the ordinary man would
have no reason for suspecting that ev
erything was not right
"The dice box having been produced.
they shake for drinks, and dally it is
propoeea man rney shako ior money.
Perhaps the old man will not want to
bet If he doesn t and can t be persuad
ed to, well and good. The grafter has
been affable and, courteoas all the time
and continues so. Before they part com
pany, however, it is a pretty sure thing
that the grafter has borrowed of the old
fellow about what he had spent for
drinks, promising of course to pay it
"The chance are about even that the
old man will bet something, and if he
docs he loses it, of course, in which case
he is jollied enough to make him take
the thing good naturedly.
"The clever grafter is not a mean
fellow. If the old fellow went broke
and the amount of the loan asked waa
reasonable, the shark would -give it to
him.:' New York
Latttadea la Baaflf
The occurrence cf ice in the compara
tively low latitudes of Cape Horn and
the Falkland islands is easily explained.
ays The Pall Mall Gazette. The ice has
originally formed part of the great bar
rier which, with very few breaks, sur
rounds the vast antarctic continent, ris
ing to an average height of from 150
feet to 200 feet above and sinking from
1.100 feet to 1,400 feet below the level
of the sea and having.' moreover, a
thickness cf something like 1,200 foet
or 1,500 feet It is a solid perpendicular
wall of ice formed by the descent over
the lowlands into the sea of the ice
and snow which form on the mountains
inland, and when the forefronts are
pushed into depths of about 300 or 400
fathoms large stretches are broken tiff
and float away northweard with the
current When they start on their aim
less career, they may be miles in extent,
and though, as a rule, they break up by
collision and erosion it is not at all un
usual to encounter an island miles long
in the neighborhood oi the extreme ice
For instance, the Coldinghamo in this
region passed about 200 bergs, one of
which was ten miles long. The Cutty
Sark, again, in latitude 60 south, lon
gitude 47 west, found by cross bearings
and distance run that the cast side of
ono berg which she encountered was 10
miles long. At first the masses are
straight, flat topped and horizontally
stratified altogether unliko those met
wirh in the north. By tho action of the
waves they are cut at tho water's edge
into coves and caverns t.f a heavenly
blue color. Then, as they collide or get
melted away at the base by tho action
of tho water, they turn over and show
to the wandering mariner those fantas
ic shapes which simply beggar all de
scription. Naturally as they travel
farther north they become smaller and
still more strangely shaped and ulti
mately melt away.
THE CITY SMITHY.
No Spreading Chestnut Tree, bat Pietnr
eaqne Sarroandinga Not Ztcklnc.
'Under a spreading chestnut tree the
village smithy stands" but the citv
smithy may bo found in a variety of
places. It may perhaps be in a down
town street devoted to commerce, with
the bellows resting upon a framework
overhead to save space, with the nozzle
running into the forge at tho cud of a
pipe and the handle to the bellows
hanging at the end of a rod or chain. It
may be a forge up on the structure of
the elevated road heating rivets in the
air, or it may be on the seventeenth
story of some lofty steel frame building
under construction, and the coal for
this smithy may be dumped alongside of
it from a cart that has been hoisted
from the street below at the cud of a
chain depending from a steam derrick.
Perhaps it is by the riverside mak
ing or mending irons for ships, or
alongside the cable road in busv Broad
way at nigl-.t lighted by n flaring gaso
line torch. It may be in a movable
shanty set up whero they are getting
out rock to make cellar space. Here
they sharpen drill points, the hammer
ringing on the anvil while the bouncing
steam drills close at hand are noisily
pounding down through the rock.
- There may be over it no spreading
chestnut tree, bnt the city smithy does
not lack picturesque surroundings, and
the city blacksmith may easily be a
mighty man. New York Sun.
SI me. Melba'a Wiga.
"I wish you would tell me by what
mysterious processes you succeed in find
ing such appropriate and becoming wigs.
Everybody speaks of them and declares
that there is no one on the stage today
who manages to look so entirely natural
with artificial heads of hair. How do
you contrive it?"
"Ah." replied Mine. Melba. "don't
fancy for a moment that those wigs are
haphazard affairs! They are like all the
rest of 'my artistic equipment, the result
of much thought accompanied by a
conscientious ambition to do thorough
ly everything I attempt Almost every
one of these wigs is an exact copy of
some head of hair that I have seen and
admired and had reproduced from the
original. That is why they look so nat
ural. Take this Juliette, for instance,
which I myself think is particularly
pretty. I got that from the famous
Worth's little daughter. I saw the child
ono day while I was calling ubout some
gowns and was at once impressed with
the beauty of her hair. 'Juliette, " said
I to myself, and forthwith borrowed the
child and bore her off to my coiffeur.
'There,' said I to him, 'I want you to
copy that head cxactlv, hair for hair.
He did so, and that is the secret c-f my
Juliette wig. " Exchange.
Nothing AboTe tbe Table.
A popular and well known lady of
central Missiiwippi visited New Orleans
at the last Marui Gras for tho first
time. She was delighted with the city,
but was considerably shocked at the
"decolleteness" of some of the costumes
at the balls.
One day while here she was enter
tained at a fashionable dinner, and up
on, her return to the house of the friend
whom she was visiting she was csked
to describe some of the costumes worn.
"What did ilrs. C. wear?" 6aid her
"I didn't look under the table, but
she didn't have on anything above it
New Orleans Times-Democrat
Bow tba Quarrel Began. .
"I dreamed last night" said Dick,
"that I went out in the woods and
found a barrel full of gold. "
'That waa bully !' ' exclaimed Johnny.
"Yon gave me a whole lot of it, didn't
"Course not I bought the bang m
pest bjgycle yon ever saw with part of
u ana spent tne rest lor canay.
"I wouldn't be as stingy as yon are.
aid Johnny, '"not for $1,000,000."--
THE IRON DUKE.
sraUtagtaa and Hut Ways aa Sees kyTva
Bnguafc. Artiste. '
When engaged on the two pictures.
"The Queen Receiving the Sacrament"
and "The Christening of the Princess
BoyaL" much of my father's time and
money were spent in taking them from
one noblessa'g house to another to ob
tain sittings, . but often to find, after
making an appointment with a duke or
a lord, first that he was engaged, and
after waiting for hours that he regretted
not then being able to see Mr. Leslie,
but would be at his service on the fol
lowing day. The Iron Duke was an ex
ception, and the day after he received a
note from my father I saw a white hair
ed elderly gentleman walk np the short
gravel path and steep steps of our little
villa, and shading his eyes from the
tun take a rapid survey of the front gar
den as he stood on the steps, and how.
when a small maidservant answered his
knock and question, "Is this Mr. Les
lie?" with "Yes, sir. What name.
please?" his reply in a very clear, loud
voice, "TheDookof Well inirton." near
ly made the girl drop where she 6tood,
and not only brought my father, palette
and brushes in hand, to her rescue, but
many heads out of the upper windows
of the adjoining villa.
Then, before going indoors, ho in
formed my father and all the neighbors
ui uic some iuuu tune mat ino aistance
between Apsley House and ours was
five miles, " repeating it more than
once, and when my father ventured to
say, "I think not quite so much, your
grace," ho closed tho argument thus:
Oh, yes, it must be. I'm a good judge
of distance, and consider it certainly
over five miles." The duke had come
on horseback, and was much pleased
when told that my father would wait
upon him for a sitting at Apsley House,
but on doing so he was received by the
duke with, "Well, Mr. Leslie, didn't
yon find it a long way over five miles,
I am sure?"
A few days later my father chanced
to mention this to Sir Edwin Landseer,
who knew more of the duke than he
did. Sir Edwin said: "It is no use to
differ with the duke. I once did about
some engravings of my own pictures with
which he was having a room papered,
and ventured to suggest that, as nianv
of them were valuable proofs, they
might be attached to the wall only by
paste round tho edges, so that at any
future time, they could be removed
without injury. But he cut me short at
once with : 'No. no, that would not do
at all What I do is this : I get a man
with a pot of strong paste and a big
brush, and he pastes them ajl over f,he
backs, and up they go at once, with no
more bother about them. ' " Temple
Reaching aa Cnderjtanrtlng.
What I want to know," he began
after tho chief clerk had been sent for
and bad arrived at the window, "is
whether the money order department is
"Not open at 10 o'clock at night
"Should I receive a money order from
my brother in Tawasat 10 o'clock at
night I could not get it cashed?"
"I would have to walk around all
night with that order in my pocket,
'Not necessarily. Yon could go to a
hotel and have it cashed next morning. "
"I see. The idea is a cood one. Even
if tho landlord did not know my broth
er in Tawas it would make no differ
ence?" "I can't see how it would. "
"If I had a note from yon, for in
stance," persisted the man,"stating that
I expected a money order from my
brother in Tawas tomorrow night"
"But you haven't a note from me."
"And I won't get one?"
"And in case my brother in Tawas
fails to send me a money order I cannot
depend upon you?"
"For a note?"
"Nor the price of a bed?"
"Thanks I see. I wanted to know,
yon know, so there could be no mistake.
Money order not to open at 10, no note,
no price of bed. Brother in Tawas
better bring the money dewn himself.
Good day. " Detroit Free Press.
Twa Uvea saved.
Mrs. Phoebe Thomas, of Junction
City, 111., was told by her doctors
she bad consumption and tbat there
was no hope for her, but two bottles
of Dr. King's New Discovery com
pletely cured ner and sue says it
saved her life. Thomas Eggers, 139
Florida street, San Francisco, suf-
inred from a dreadful cold, approach,
ing consumption, tried without re
suit everything else, then bought
one bottle of Dr. King's New Discov
ery and in two weeks was cured.
He ia naturally thankful. It is such
results, ol which these are samples.
that prove the wonderful efficacy of
ttna medicine in caughs and colds.
Free trial botUes at Harts Clle
meyer's drng store. Regular size,
50 cents and f 1.
Dr. WOUaaw)' faaalaa PUe Otswneai win can
hand Blooding. BleeiBled Bad ticking puas. It
abaorba tba tsavwB, suara the ttehing at ecee.
acta aa a poultice, glne laataat raUox. Sr. WU-
nama' ladles FUa Ointment la ptepaied only lor
Bilce Bad ltaejBg of taa privets parta, and aoalUBg
saw). Zverf box If raarBctced. awM by
MB,sant by avail, for 10 eaatB Bad ft pa
Cleveland, Okie. walabyT.B.
Thx Abqcb. 10c a week, delivered
very evening at your door.
Children Cry for
"It's a Good Thing.
Why buy a newspaper unless you
can profit by the expense? For 5
cents you can get almost as much
"BATTLE AX" as you can of
other high grade brands for 10 cents.
Here's news that will repay you for
the cost of your newspaper to-day.
' Simplicity in Mechanics, like. Beauty In Composition, rep
resents Greatest Merit."
THERE TS NOTHING
They are as strong as they are simple. Graceful and correct ' In
proportions, handsome, durable and easy running. The finest
material under the prettiest finish. All style and only one grado
the highest. Artistic catalogue sent free to any address. Don't
fail to write ns before choosing a new mount.
mm cycle mi w mSm
W. J. KERR.
la a Ixical biee .Me, and
ia the remit of coMt
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