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THE AUGTTS, MONDAY, NOVEMBER.ll, 1901.
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A CASE OF EXTRAVAGANCE.
rnmnil pvr cut rift three-ottartprs nf a dmm
cake of soap and throw it away! Yet you
pay twice the price of Ivory Soap for a cake
of "tinted" toilet soap less than half as
large. Your little cake of toilet soap costs you four
times the price of Ivory, for it lasts only half as long
and costs twice as much. No money can buy purer
or better soap than Ivory. If it came in dainty
paper, all scented and colored, ycu would pay fifteen
cents for a very small cake of it.
Used by France in Her Controversy
with the Turk Win
DIPLOMATIC EELATI02IS LE3U1GD
Two Nations Again on Speak-Ins
Terms and the Porte Very
Constantinople. Nov. 11. M. Papst
las receive! a dispatch from M. lei
easse authorizing him to resume diplo
matic relations with the porte todaj.
It is understood that Mr. Constans will
toon return to Constantinople.
Rarou deCalice. the Aiis-tro-IIunjrnr-lan
ambassador, has secured from the
porte a satisfactory settlement of sev
eral questions that were pending be
tween Turkey and Austria-Hungary.
Paris. Nov. 11. It Is semi-offirLnlly
announced that, the sultan of Turkey
having acceded to all the claims of the
French government. M. Icl-ase. min
ister of forciirn affairs, has Infcrmed
the porte that France will resume !ip
lomatic relations with Turkey and that
Admiral Caillard's division of t!i
French Mediterranean xi:adrurr ha.
been ordered to leave Mitylene.
Turkey Comni Down Pretty Til ron III v
Paris. Nov. 11. The French f..-relr:i
office has announced that the Mil:--?
has signed ,111 Irade for the exe-ut!:i
of his enjrasenu-nts wiili the French
government and that the Frnnco-Trrk-Ish
dispute is now at an end. Tewtik
Pacha. Ottoman minister of foreign af
fairs', wrote a letrrr to M. Bapst. conn
cillor of the I-'rench embassy In Crn
staatlnople. notifying him r,f the sig:;
ing of the irade, whii-h not only settles
the original French demands, hut ac
cepts' fresh demands formulated by
France, together with an additional
clause by which the sultan pledge
himself to consider as authorized In
full right the fonnda-tions. extension",
constructions and repairs of the schools
and religious and hospitable establ!sh-
miiits which r'rnn-e may oosire to
) c:irry out if the porte is advised of her
I intentions and makes no objection
within five months.
Kmnc llait Kvrrytliiuf; Mi Wantnl.
France has thus received full satis
faction, and M. Tele:isse. on the receipt
of M. R-ypst's dispatch yesterday, tele-graphr-d
him to inform Tewtik I'asha
that diplomatic relations had been re.
sr.mt'd and that M. Itapst should con
sider himself jis regularly charged with
the affairs of the embassy. Instruc
t;ons w-re also sem to Admiral Call
lard a Mitylene to re-embark the ma
rines and to return to Greek water,
which Is understood to mean the vlciu
ace of the island of Syra. Admiral
C'aillard will remain In the Levant
some time longer. M. Constant, the
French a mbassador, will return to Con
stantinople very shortly.
London, Nov. 11. A Paris dispatch
says: "Admiral Caillard's squadron
left the islnna of Mitvlene this morn-ing."
COLLEGE FOOT BALL BATTLES.
Tosrfthrr With tlie 'aualtlc- In the Camp,
Fatal ami Othrrwi.
Chicago, Nov. 11. Saturday's col lepra
foot ball panics pave the following
scores: At Madison Ames 0, Wiscon
sin. 45: at Cincinnati Hanover 0. Cin
cinnati H: at Chicago Northwestern
O. Chicago ."; at Iowa City Illinois 27.
Iowa ; at Columbus Michigan 21,
Ohio 0; at Omaha Missouri (t. Nebras
ka rl: nt Lawrence Haskell Indians
j IS. Kansas r: at New Haven Orange
Atheletic o, Yal Xi: at Ithaca I.e
hish . Cornell ."0: at West IVdr.t
Princeton ;. Cadets I: at New York
Syracuse 11. Columbia 7: at Annapolis
Carlisle .". Cadets If.: at Philadelphia
Harvard ;t-'J. Pennsylvania C,.
At this writing the casualties are as
follows: At Kirksville. Mo. Johnnie
Buckner. 11 years old. dead; nt Cincin
nati James Kirkpatrick. half-back.
Cincinnati university, very seriously
hurt: at Xowjort. Ky. Louis Krlnck,
probably fatally hurt.
Into each life some ruins must fall.
Wise people don't sit down and bawl;
Only fools suicide or take to flip-lit.
Smart people take Kocky Mountain
Tea at night.
T. 11. Thomas, druggist.
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ii - i7 Ap-VjgX J
r.nxnw tor 1 hi rty-fl years.
Tlirm linliion In usv. Mi
pencir tn K:nt of etnnm j,
durikbUity aunt pKrmnc
Vj any mot or ruiiw nixlr.
Thwoiily Ho tl at arlrniir)
rally radiai Die lot arwlj
pveaUie utt arsolntA con
trol. It Bm tt mmfj trry
day hf It. prr1-t rora
ttlon. t'wa lera rnal
fm mr tar. SoM fy
laxiing dealers CTerrwbcro.
J.wal ItnM mrm aU hy
Allen, Myers Company,
Recent Shipment of
At Summer Prices at
PARIDGN & SON.
419 Seventeenth street. Telephone 1753.
Bishop and Lastly Vorv ScKeele, Who Are to
Visit R-ock Island This Month.
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BISHOP VON KCIIKKLK. LADY VON SCHEKL.K.
Distinsiiishetl sjwtHli.sli divine hjic.1 his wift? are to be tlie guests of Augustana College
faculty Nov. 10-20! Tlie bishop will deliver several addresses to the students.
DEATH OF MBS. R. J. BELL
IN ROSEAU COUNTY, MINN,
The lioseau County (Minn.) News
of last Fridav tells of the death of a
farmer resident of this county:
"Mrs. Mary Virginia ISell. wife of II.
J. IJell, died suddenly of hemorrhage
of the luii its, yesterday morning ut
6:45 o'clock. Deceased had been af
fected with lim trouble for several
months past, but was apparently
much improved. The nijht Wfore
Mrs. Hell complained of a slight cold,
but otherwise was cheerful. De
ceased leaves surviving, her husband,
and four children. IJoy, William,
Claude nnd Kdna. nil of whom r.re
at (irand Kapids. Minn. The mother
of the deceased. Mrs. S. IJ. Kichards,
ani sister, Mrs. Sarah K. Iiryant, end
brother, Ira Kichards, reside nt and
near Port Dyron, III. Mrs. Clara I.
Orove, a sister, nnd Urant Kichards
reside at (Jrand Kapids, Minn. Tlie
funeral will take place from the res
idence Sunday. Mrs. P.ell, was born
in Coe township. Rock Island county,
111., on December 31. 1S5.1. and was
married to Koper .1. Hell at Port Py
ron. III., August 21. 1S72. Mr. nnd
Mrs. Dell resided in Roseau since
December, ism, having previously
lived in Arkansas two years imme
diately after their marriage, in Port
Dyron, 111., for ten years and at Sauk
Rapids. Minn., from 1SS4 until 104.
Mrs. Hell was n member of the Con-
yrefrational church of Port P.vron.
ini was hiphly esteemed by all her
frientls nnd neitrhbtirs. Her clinrit-
able nature and kin-.llv ac-ts if neiph-
oorly love endeared her to the hearts
of all with whom she came in con
CLEKt i YM AX'S CI 1 1 LDlKX.
Coffee Itrinxr IJeplacfl by l'mtum I-'ootl
"I am the wife of a minister. About
three years fo a. warm friend, an
exemplary mother an 1 the ems-ieii-tious
wife of a minister, asked me if
I had ever tried piiiifr up colVee and
usinp the Postimi Food OotTee. I bad
been tellin-; her of toy excessive
nervousness and ill health. Sin- said:
'Ye drink nothing cNe for breakfast
but Postum Food CoiTee, and it is a
delipht and a comfort to have some
thing that we do not have to refuse
the children when they n.-k for it.
"I was surprised that she would
ermit the children to drink any
kind of coffee, but she explained that
it was a most healthful bevcrape and
that the children thrived on it. A
very little thoujrht convinced me that
for brainwork one should not rely
upon a stimulant such as coffee is.
but should have fMd and the very
best of food.
"My first trial of Postum was n
failure. The maid of all work
brought it to the table, lukewarm,
weak, and altogether lacking' in char
acter. We were "in despair, but de
cided on one more trial. At the sec
ond trial, we faithfully followed the
directions, used four tenspoonsfnl to
the pint of water, let it boil full fif
teen minutes after the real boiling
began, and served it with rich cream.
It was delicious and we were nil won.
"I have since sung the praises of
Postum Food CoiTee on many, many
occasions and have induced numbers
of friends to abandon coffee and use
Postum. with remarkable results.
The wife of a college professor said
to me a short time ago that nothing
had ever produced so marked a
change in her husband's health as
the leaving off if coffee anil the use
of Postum FHd Coffee." Edith
Smith Davis, Appleton. Wis.
For Over Mf tr Vemra
Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup ban
been used for children teething. It
soothes the child, softens the gums,
allays all pain, cures -wind colic, and
is the best remedy for diarrhoea. 25
cents a bottle.
If young ladies think sores, pimp
les and red 'noses look well with a
bridal veil and orange blossoms. It's
all right. Yet Kocky Mountain Tea
would drive them away. 35c. T. II.
Dr. Nicholas Mnrrar Cutler Takes
SetU Low' Place.
Dr, Nicholas Murray liutler, who be
come:! act Ins president of Columbia
university through the retirement of
Scth Low, v. as born In Klizabeth. N.
J., lu lSf! and graduated in 18S2 from
Columbia college, from which he re
ceived his degree of I'll. 1. iu 1X4.
He also studied at P.erlin and Paris
and in IS'JS received the degree of I.L.
I), from Syracuse university. His first
appointment at Columbia was In 1SS5
as assistant In philosophy, and he has
occupied the chair of philosophy and
education since 1SIK). He was presi
dent of New York College For the
Training of Teachers, now Teachers"
college, from 1SS7-01. He served ns
president of the Nctv Jersey state
board of educatioo from 1SS8-0O and as
special commissioner from New Jer
sey to the Paris exposition in 1SS9.
He was president of the National Edu
cation association Iu lS!r and is now a
life director and one of the most ncUve
members of that organization. F Is
also a trustee of the Washingti
NICHOLAS 1IUBRAT BUTLEIt.
inorial institution. Upon the recom
mendation of President Low he was ap
pointed director of the summer session
of Columbia university and organized
and directed that branch of the uni
versity's work in ltXK) and 1001.
Upou the establishment of the college
entrance examination board by the
Association of Colleges of the Middle
States and Maryland Dr. Ilutler was
appointed secretary of the board and
ns such' had the entire direction and
management of the Joint examinations
which were conducted lu June last at
sixty-nine cities In this country and
Europe, nearly 1,000 applicants being
Dr. liutler Is known throughout the
country ns the editor of The Educa
tional Review and of the Great Edu
cator Series and of the Teachers' Pro
fessional Library nnd by numerous ad
dresses and papers on educational sub
jects. He was selected by the bureau
of education at Washington ns editor
of the monographs on education In the
I'nited States, submitted ns part of the
educational exhibit at the Paris op
position In 10OO, and he received so
cial recognition ns of distinguished
merit In the fvm of a gold medal, a
similar medal being nlso awarded to
his publication, The Educational Re
view. Antouiidlnir IMaeovery. ,
From Coopersville, Mich., corned
word of a wonderful discovery of n
pleasant tasting liquid that when
used before retiring by any one
troubled with a bad cough always
ensures a good night's rest. "It will
soon cure the cough too." writes Mrs.
S. HimJburger, "for three genera
tions of our family have used Dr.
King's New Discovery for Consump
tion and never found its equal for
coughs and colds.". It's an unrivaled
life-saver when used for desperate
lung diseases. . Guaranteed bottles
50c and $1.00 at llartz & Ullemeyer's.
Trial bottles free.
W. T. Wesson, Gholsonville, tVa.,
druggist, writes: "Your One Minute
Cough Cure gives perfect satisfac
tion. My customers say it is the best
remedy for coughs, colds, throat and
lung troubles." B. II. Bieoer and
llartz & Ullemeyer. ,
Subscribe lor The Argus.
. FOR INDUSTRIAL FAIR
One of the promised novel features
of the Industrial fair, which opens
cine week from This evening at the
rink, is an oratorical contest be
tween pupils representing the public
schools of the three cities.
The management has extended an
invitation to the superintendents of
schools of the three cities to arrange
for such a contest to take place dur
ing the progress tf the fair between
pupils from any of the grades that
may be decided upon, outside judges
to pass upon the merits of the con
testants. The gentlemen addressed
have agreed to take the matter up
Another attraction to be given
nightly will be a series of moving
pictures showing a variety of scenes.
An artist in this line with expensive
apparatus has been engaged for the
two weeks of the fair and this feat
ure promises to be one of the most
attractive that will piear.
INDIAN PRAIRIE DOG HUNTS
The Utile Animals Are Deemed a
Daluty DUh by tlie Xavnjoei.
The. Navajo Indian, while he cannot
be prevailed upon to eat a rabbit, i
greedily fond of fat prairie dog3. I-arge
communities of these small animals
abound on the western plains, and tho
Navajo has resorted to many ingenious
methods for trapping his coveted dain
ty. One of them is by the aid of a bit
of mirror placed at the entrance to a
burrow. When the animal ventures
from his bedroom, deep under ground,
he sees a familiar image mocking him
at the front door, and he hurries out to
confront the impudent intruder, when
he Is pinned to the ground with an ar
Hut the most effective method la
w hat the Indians call the rain hunt. As
soon as the steady downpour of sum
mer rains begin every Navajo who can
walk repairs To the prairie dog village
with hoes, sharp sticks or any digging
Implement. With these they hollow
out trenches that will lead the storm
water Into as many burrows as possi
ble. Soon a little stream Is pouring
down each small home, and the inmate,
much disturbed, pops out to see what
the matter can be. Many of the ani
mals remain under ground until they
are drowned, and their bodies float to
After such a hunt. In which many
pounds of prairie dogs are generally
secured, there is a feast for many days
in tho Navajo huts. New York Com
TO DOUBT THIS
In to INlM-lieve the Kvlriem-e of Your Own
It's Rock Island proof, for Rock Is
It's local endorsation for local
It will stand the most rigid inves
tigation. Mr. Albert Lit tig. of 1300 Fifth av
enue, bricklayer and stone mason,
says: "I was taken with a soreness
across my back, nnd it was further
aggravated by the nature of my work
as I have to be so much iu a stooped
position. 1 saw Doan's Kidney Pills
advertised and they were nlso rec
ommended to me by a neighbor, so I
sent for a box at Marshall fc Fisher's
drug store and began taking them.
1 was really surprised to see how
quickly they cured me."
For sale by all dealers. Price 50
cents. Foster-Milbum Co., Buffalo,
New York, sole agents for the U. S.
Remember the name Doan's and
take no substitute.
Licensed to Wed.
Walter Willson West Jersey, 111
Miss Delia Hart Elinore. Ill
Herbert A. Probst Davenport
Miss Alice E. Rathbun Hampton
C. M. Thelps, Forestdale, Vt., says
his child was completely cured of a
bad case of eczema by the use of De
Witt's V itch Hazel Salve. Beware of
all counterfeits. It instantly relieves
piles. B. H. Bieber and llartz & Ullemeyer.
For Fall of 1901
Oar new line of ladies' and gents' fine shoes from $2.50 to $5 a
fair are now in, and customers will find the line more intere st
ag than ever.
All the newest lasts, all the newest patterns and all the
latest ideas. 1 very shoe in the line is the picture of what a cor
rect fitting, proper looking shoe for ladies and gents should be.
Oar school shoes are the best wearing shoes that leather
and workmanship can make.
T SIZE I 3or ET.
George F Schmale, Prop.
Get Your Shoes of Wright's and See What a Nice
Present He Will Give You
Wright, The Shoe Man.
1702 Second Avenue.
Furs and Fur
At Manufacturers Prices.
Complete line of Furs, Boas, Robes,
Fur Garments and Seal Skins, at fac
tory prices. No deception.
BRING YOUR FUR REPAIRING.
T. Richter & Sons,
Manufacturing: Fori lera.
219-221 V. Second Street, Davenport.
Liquors for Family Use.
Having purchased the store room adjoin
ing our Wholesale Liquor House, we are
about to open to the public our
Retail Liquor Department.
We will handle the purest and best im
ported and domestic Wines and Liquors,
which Ave will retail for family use.
OurvGoods are Guaranteed Pure.
Corner of Seventeenth Street and Third Avenue.
An Attractive Meal
You can't make an attrac
tive mea 1 wi tl lout a 1 1 ract 1 ve
surroundings. It's a mis
take, to put an elaborate din
ner on an old worn out
table. Better have one that
will stand secure. These 8
or 10-foot Extension Tables
never fail to be a pleasure
1702 and 1704 Third Avenue.
THE PROPER 7IME
To have the Children's Pictures Made is in the Forenoon. Make it
a business to attend to them at a time when they feel the brightest.
THE PROPER PLACE
To fro for the best results In photography is to Mangold's on Twenty-third
street. We cater to all classes and give perfect satisfaction.
E. E. MANGOLD,
Phone 40C5. The Leading Photographer.
You py to cants
for Cigars not ao good
r.R LEWIS, MAtfnt
Rock Island Roofing Company,
CIIAS. IIANSGEX, President.
Old roofs repaired, roof painting,
old style gravel roofing1 put on
by our mechanics.
in tlie rear.
221 Twentieth street
It's Quality that Counts.
In Coal It quHivy haav
quality that retain It. It quality that
makes possible oomunpUoa of M per
eent of the eombustible part of I v. lesv
In a ItKht, clean ana: laatiy. It's quality
that IrsHcn your fuel btlla youTe aoi
paying for flirt, refuse or on burn able.
The coat ve handle both hard ao4 soft
deserres all the rood tain we and
our patrons say for It A too IU tak
as loudly as a oariosd.
E. G. FRAZER