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THE ARGUS, SATURDAY, APRIL 12, 1902.
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HEALTH UUURMAL- ttBUC
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Fas' 4-1. a rhilrlrnn 'Children Die from Stomach Diseases which
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Hasr-I.ea.ili I 0X f
ha been a Messing to thousand i"9i F T
who have become gray or bald. 4 f r, T f T
Hay's llalr-Health U a health- . KmJ ' V
nil hair food, reaorinif yotiihful T gf V-
color and beuuiy 10 i;ray and laded I I "t J? X
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oxndnill ano riops lautn anj x
breakina of the hair. It is not
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coinr the scalp, hands orclothinc.
id its use cannot be detected by
your best friend.
Prevents hair fallinr after sea
bathing c much penpiralicB.
Cna Bctito Docs It. large soc
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best soap you can use ior Hair, Scalp, Complexion, Hath and Toilet, both tor pirty rents i r-?uUr retail
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whereat their shop, only, or by the LONDON PPI.V CO.. M53 Broadway. New York, either
with or wfHout soap( by express, prepaid, in plain sealed pai.ka:c on receipt ol doc and this coupon.
..who lias not
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It acts on the rootif giving tUexa
the required umj.-i-Jimeni and
powttivcly producer luxuriant
thick hair on bald bead.
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theteslimonctf bundredsiuins it.
Hay' lialrHcaith i a daioty
dressing and a nccestary adjunct
to every toilet, and unlike other
preparations, hat healthful action
on the root of the hair, causing
the hair to regain it original color.
wneincr DiawK, dtowd or goioon.
bottles At Leading Druggists.
Oood torn 23c omftm
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Health nvwhere in tlia Lnited States.
hren tcnrftad. rruy have his money bark by ad.
dressing- I.ONIKif Surl'I.V t; . 8l hroal-ay. New York.
AV number Mr fittmes. "Haft Hmirnth nr "Htrnmfi
.SvP." Rtjute mil tubititutn. Insist m having '. It II
and Harfina Soap lu their shoos onlv
llr. and 'Mrs. S. F. Smith have t he
pleasure of eiitcrtainin"; for two or
three lays' IJev. .1. K. (iillert, I. I).
of Washinoioii. I). ('., secretary of
the American Society of Religious
Kdtiiatioii. ami invited a mint
ber of their Davenport friends to
meet their juest. informally, at their
home last eveniitp;. Dr. (iillert will
he in the city over Sunday anil will
proliahlv sieak at some of the
churches on that dav.
The funeral services in honor
the late Jules DeLescaille Thursday
afternoon were a fittiiif' tribute to a
well-sK'itt life. Rev. Coolbatiffh .
('loqiiet. Minn., former pastor of the
deceased, came here to conduct the
services at the home, after which
the Knifrhts Templar took charge
The pallbearers were .lotm Dow. W
C. Knostman. T. L. S-ars. M. X. Rich
ardson. W. II. Mast and Ralph l.ind
Mr. ami Mrs. M. K. .Nabstetlt arc in
New York enroute for the Father
land. Thev sail ttidav. While abroad
Ihe couple will tour (iermany exten
sivelv. The iotiinev is taken in the
inlerests of Mr. Nahsterlt's health.
The Kniu-hts of Stnndish will enter
tain at a supper, with a reception be
fore and after, at the Edwards I'on
irreijtitioiial church on the even'mp; o
May 2. Ret. Rollins announces ill
event !u the hrouchure' now bein
published for dispersion.
The preliminary jrriidinff for the
paviitr on Kirkwoo.l Imulevard be
tween Arlington and Tlridfje avenues
is completed.' Wheeled scrapers had
been at work there since Monday
Four carloads of brick have been or
dered to lay the .1.."t0 square yards,
of paviiio; which will be put in there
lVains are tit work hauling them
from the yards. The People's ("n-
-strttction company has the contract
His physician report that Dr. II
I . liranulicli was somewhat worse
yesterday. He is a little better to
day, and his case is not beyond hope.
but is still the protind of concern on
the part of his relatives anil friends
The preliminary hearin"; of .lames
I "ope, accused by his wife of n hein
ous assault on his l..-vea r-olit tlaujrli-
ter. 1 Jessie, was held before Justice
Hall yesterday. The defendant ap
peared with his attorney, ('. II. Mur
phy, and waived examination. The
justice fixed the bond at the former
lipurc of .2.HW), an I pope will bt
obliged to lie ill durance vile until
September when the ttext errand jury
ession will be held.
Jiidye Wolf called the case of the
State vs. W. S. t'pson. indicted for
asvatilt with intent to commit inur-
ler. at ! o'clock yesterday morninp
rhis is the first case on the criminal
docket which the iudire proloses to
try to- a finish with all the expedi
lion he can command. The first wit
ness was the wife of the defendant
who testified as to what occurred on
fMinday morning, March 24. at 10
o'clock at T(4 Main street. The evi-
lence showed that !'rson was a mold-
er. ti hard drinker ami an cx-Nceley
cure irraiiuate. somewhat wchk in
mind by reason of his excesses. On
Sunday morning at 10 o'clock. March
24. he called uixin his wife, who had
refused to live with him, and without
wamuiir assaulted her with a hatchet.
lie struck her a blow on the occiput
which made an iifjly wound and fetch
ed her another which split her nether
lip. followed by a left swing; on the
mouth which broke and lossened her
The Northwest Davenport Turn-
vcrciu held ils reirular monthly meet
ing; and elected the followinsr officers
for the ensuin"; six months: First
peaker. II. .1. Meyer; second speak
er, N. Strttve; first turning- master.
lliits K.ios; second turning; master,
Herman Meyer; first secretary, II. J.
It-bens; second secretary, II. Ijeem-
huis; singing- master. Ad. Ilauschild;
treasurer. Charles Wieck; custodian.
William Rcimer; trustee (IS months)
llorne c- Techentin have neg-otiat-tl
the sale of the Schricker-Rodler
building- tut Third and Ripley streets
to J. II. ('. Petersen. The proerty
has a frontage of 41 feet on Third
t reet and ISO feet, deep to the alley
on Ripley street. The building- is of
brick, erected only four years ag-o,
modern and containing store rooms,
offices and flats. The purchase price
is given at ?27,0(0.
Justice J. S. Altman expects to po
to Dea Moines next month to testify
in the matter of the forpery of his
name upon a marriage license.
I'he third tournament of the Ex-
elsior Rifle club will open next Mon-
lay at its out-of-door ranpe and con
tinue throughout the week. Three
events are scheduled, a 3-k!h for $30
stake money, a .Vshot with $.1:1. and
to-shot for $.17. The officers of the
lub who 'will look after the tourn
ament are: Pro-Men K.mU llerg:
ice president. It. F. Tillinghast;
treasurer, Christ Jansen; Recretary,
ohn ' rtrockmann; captain, Frank A.
Another case of smallpox has Leen
reported -from the west end. This
time . it-is jiMr. Ellen Coen. wife of
Contractor and Ihiilder Charles Coen,
of 32C Division street. The attack is
a mild one. The case was under ex
amination for several days and was
reported Thursday. -'.
A few minutes before 11 o'clock last
night at a special meeting- of the
city council an ordinance was adopt
ed under a suspension of the rules
anil by a unanimous vote pranting to
the Davenport & Suburban Railway
company a franchise -for the 'eon
struction and operation of street car
lines in the city for a eriod o 2.
years. As thus adopted the ordinance
provides that the company shalL pay
to the city the sum of $2.0oO a year
as a bonnst. hepmning in August. 100..
shall commence work within 00 days
of the acceptance of the ordinance
and shall allow the Davenport -Western
the use of the Fourth street
tracks for one' train Jin hour on the
annual payment of 2 per cent of cost
of the construction of the tracks so
M. F. Tillinghast, editor of the
Democrat, departed today m his
mission as representative of the Red
Cross society to the international
convention to be held at St. Peters
burp. A party of newspajK-r ami
business men of the city assembled
at the train and hade him podspeed
on his journey.
CONTESTS AT GALESBURG
FOR 'WESTERN SCHOOLS
The second annual western Illinois
interscholastic track and declama
tory contests will be held at (Jales
burp. under the auspices of Knox col
lege. May 10. The tournaments on
platform an I athletic field promise
to be the largest ever held in the
state of Illinois. Two hundred and
fifty high schools of Illinois, Iowa
and Missouri have been invited to
compete. Three hundred dollars in
medals and a beautiful banner will
be given as prizes to the winners in
the athletic events. Sixty dollars in
money will be jjiven to winners of
declamation honors. Low excursion
rates on all railroads will be inaug
urated from all points within a
seventy-five mile radius of (ialcs-
burp. anil extending outside of this
radius to include all points to and in-
dudiiip .ioliet. Aurora, tjuincy. Cha-
piu and Clinton. Iowa, on May.luth.
11th and 12th.
The program on May 10 follows:
10 a. in., declamatory Miitests. finals
for ladies and gentlemen. Auditorium
opera lion!-: 10:.".n . in., base hull
game. Knox vs. Crinm-ll college, Wil-
latd field; 1 -'::;' p. m.. college band
concert. I nion square: 12:. (O p. in.,
complimentary dinner to visitors; 1
in., preliminary athletic events; 2
in., final athletic events. Willard
tine 1st p to mile.
Milan. April ' 12. A. W. McConnell.
if Rowling, w"ns Milan visitor
An automobile with four occupants
was whirlinp around the streets and
kicking up a whole lot of dust Thnrs
Charles Ringgold has bought the
old Medill homestead on Dickson
street, where he has been livinp since
Alexander Medill met with a painful
accident while in Rock Island Weilnes
day delivering a load of flour. In
gettinp out of the wagon he slipped
and in some way one lep pot tanpled
in the spokes of a wheel, pivinp it a
bad wrench. No bones were broken.
but he will be laid up for some time.
C. II. Dibbern & Son have rented
the old canninp factory building on
Third street and will use it for stor
age purposes. -
Daniel Fitzsimmotis litis moved into
the A. E. Post house on (Jrant street
1. It- Criswell has removed the fence
.... .. ...
in trout of ins resilience and other
wise prcatly Improved the apestr-
ance of his home.
Miss Anna Johnson has pone to her
home at Coal Valley for a two weeks
Supervisors Filbert, WoihI and
Fitzpatrick had a new- iron britlpe
placed in the Chaney lane road on
the west limit of the corporation this
AY. II. White has his new house on
River street about finished.
C. W. Thompson spent Sunday with
his family after a. four weeks' tour
in central and southern Illinois. He
says vegetation is much further ad-
anceil down that way than here.
The funeral of C. W. Fitzsimmons
was held at his home here Friday af
ternoon at 2 o'clock. It was under
the auspices of the M. XV. A.
Mr. and Mrs. M. T. Johnson,, of
Jock Island, were visitors here Thurs
Mrs. Aniasa Smith, of Toledo, Iowa.
left for her home Thursday after
noon after a two weeks visit with
her parents. Her mother, Mrs. CI. II.
Honens, accompanied her.
Saved Many a Time.
Don't neglect coughs and colds even
f it is fprinp. Such eases often re
sult seriously at this season just be
cause people are careless. A dose of
One Minute Cough Cure will remove
all danger. Absolutely safe. Acts
at once. Sure cure for coughs, colds,
croup, grip, bronchitis, and other
throat and lung troubles. "I have
used One Minute Cough Cure several
ears," says Postmaster C. O. Daw
son, IJarr, 111. "It is the very best
cough medicine on the market. It
has saved me many a severe spell of
sickness and I warmly recommend it."
The children's favorite. For sale by
Kdaesta Totrr Bowels "With Cases rets.
Candv Cathartic, eora constl nation forve.
t0o.. II O.C.C. talUdrQEEUurafaad money.
So far as is known the candidates
for membership of the school board
are A. J. Smith, Etnil Ileimbeck, of
the present board, and C. W. Wood.
Mr. Heinibeck has served three terms
on the board and Mr. Smith two
An alarm of fire at noon yesterday
culled t he ' department to the resi
lience in the rear of 1221 Fourth av
enue, where the roof had caught lire,
presumably from a spark. The loss
was cou fined to a few shingles. A
small blaze in the wood piles of the
Channel Ice company called the tire
department out at 4 o'clock yester
The following ' appears in today's
Record-Herald: "Kansas City, Mo.,
April 11. Richard Olson, aged :2
years, who recently caiiie here from
Moline. 111., was found staggering
along the streets at an early hour
this morning with blood trickling
down his face. He was taken to the
city hospital, where it was found that
his skull was fractured. Refore he
could tell the manner in which he re
ceived the injury he lapsed into un
consciousness. Tonight the hospital
surgeon says Olson will die. Al
though the police have worked all
day on the case, they have been un
able to clear the mystery. The po
lice tlo not believe Olson was robbed,
but think he was the victim of an as
sault." Tony Robaldi. a section hand on the
C R. 1. cV P., was injured yesterday
morning while at work on the road
a few miles east of town. He was
struck and run over by a hand car.
He was conveyed to this city and tak
en to the city hospital, where Dr.
Kerns attended to his injuries. His
fight leg was badly bruised and. his
back injured somewhat, but the doc
tor found no bones broken. No seri
ous results are anticipated.
John Steenberg, Moline high
school s liest runner ami one of the
finest all-around athletes, has been
chosen captain of the junior track
team. The preliminary track exer
cises were pulled oT this afternoon
to determine the contestants from
this city for the Military Tract meet
at Klmwood May 2. Vestertlay af
ternoon at :i o'clock Rev. Crumbak-
er spoke at the high school tit the
Arbor day exercises incident to the
planting of the McKinley memorial
A large and enthusiastic crowd
Thursday night witnessed an inter
esting contest at Central park be
tween two local boxers. Tom Welch
and Frank Olson mixed things in live
ly sityle for ten rounds, at the end of
which Tom Wynn. who acted as ref
eree, decided Ihe bout a draw. The
main bout was preceded by two pre
Following a conference of the
Chautauqua committee yesterday
with Mayor Wessel. it was decided
that the assembly would be given dur
ing the dates first decided upon. July
10 to 21. The gentlemen back of the
enterprise are prepared to stand
sponsor for the gathering if the com
mittee declines to take the risk of
being cut off from the park by the
possible incomplel ion or the paving
on ' Fifteenth street. I
The regular meeting of the Moline
lodge of Flks was held Thursday
evening and the new ly elected officers
took their seats. A. II. Kohler has
been appointed as supreme exalted
ruler and administered the oath of
office to the new heads. Visiting
Flks were present from Keokuk. Clin
ton stud other points and a jolly so
cial session followed the installation.
lion. William Jackson, of Rock Is
land, will tell of the work of the peo
ple of that city in making it more
beautiful, at a meeting to be held
with Mrs. W. C. Rennet t Monday even
ing. . Mr. Jackson litis been interested
hi this work for many years and will
be able to help the work in this city
very much if he has the hearing he
night 'to have. A cordial invitation
is extended to all to be present and
listen to and engage in the discus
sion that will follow ihe talk.
It i.s confidently asserted that the
Hurlington is the real purchaser of
the Reder Wood property at the foot
of Sixteenth street and that the deal
is in line with the plans for the erec
tion of the new passenger station.
Report has it that the deal was made
in the interest of the Kast Moline su
burban railway people, but it is de
clared the tract is more than Col.
Hord can make use of and that the
more logical purchaser is the Rur-
Moline as a city is at work now up
on the first real park which it has
ever had. Trees are being planted in
Sylvan park on the. river bank at the
foot of Eighteenth street and by
the care which is being given the
place a pleasant little retreat may lie
evolved bv the end of the summer.
Phis' is all preliminary work just now
but as the result of it in a half dozen
years some delightful shade trees wm
be the result. In the meantime um
brellas are recommended.
"Little colds." Thousands of lives
sacrificed everj- year. Dr. Wood
Norway Pine Syrup enres little colds,
cures big colds, too. down to the very
verge of consumption.
Of The Woman's Catholic Order of
St. Francis Xavier Court Ho, 174, Endorses Lydia E.
Pinkham's Vegetable Compound.
Some women are tireless in their home work, others in their work 5n the
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But think of the poor one who is left at home, utterly unable to make any
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The horror of female complaints is upon her ; she is oppressed by that
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to move and wants only to be left alone.
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Two More Sufferers Cured.
"Dear Mrs. Pixkham: I was
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' Deab Mrs. Pittkham: I suf
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