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THE ARGUS, MONDAY, JUNE 2:J, 1902.
T is significant that in homes of wealth where
the very best is demanded, Ivory Soap is
used in the nursery. At the same time, in
hundreds of families where economy decides
the choice, Ivory Soap is selected. Thus its purity
attracts the rich; its economy attracts the poor. High
quality and low cost: is there any better combination?
THE SCHOOL ELECTION
WHICH OCCURS TOMORROW
Tomorrow occurs the annual school
election. There are two directors to
In- chosen. So far there are liit two
candidates announced for the offices.
C. II. Seidel. whose term expires. :i ml
V. 1. Mclntyre. who succeeds (". 15.
Marshall. At this late day it is
hardly to ie cxpecte 1 that other
candidates will enter the tield. and
while there is no issue inwdved to
cause a diisioii of public sentiment,
it is nevertheless a duty for citizens
to turn out an I vote, anil show their
interest. A uict lection 1 1 i I of
feeling or c. mtest is what the people
have been seeking, but 1 lie friends of
the schools and of the candidates
lice'l not iicirlcct on tiiis account to
cast t heir ha Hot s.
Tile .oiling places for the election
will lie as follows:
First. Second an 1 Third wards.
Krnsc's shoe shop. No. 11 i Third
Fourth and Fifth wards. Frick's
iery staiile. Third avenue, between
Nineteenth and Twentieth streets.
Sixth and Seventh wards. No. l".'-.'7
Fit til :i venue.
The hours of election will he from
in the morning until 7 in the cven
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BOCK ISLAND SAVINGS BANK
Rock Island, 111.
'Incorporated under tlio Three-and-a-half Per Cent
State Law. raid on Interest.
Morey Loaned on Personal Collateral or Ileal Estate Seurity.
J. M. Euford, President.
Jolin Cmbaugh, Vice President.
P. Greenawait, Cashier.
Began the business July 2, 1890.
and occupying fc. E. corner of Mitch
ell & Lynde's new building.
II. S. Cable, P. Greenawal,
John Cmbaugh, Phil Mitchell,
H. P. Hull, lu Simon,
E. W. Uurst, ' J. M. Buf ord,
Solicitors Jackson and Hurst.
NEW PANITORIUM CLUB
STEAM DYE WORKS
t!0i Serr nd Avenue. Vhone
Be Rock Island's Queen
Elks Floral Parade
709 VOTES RECEIVED BY HEE
Davenport Kt roots insula Alllrt? for
the Carnlvnl Opening
Thi voting toutcst for tlie iioeus
of tin tbr:il p:ir:i.l", which will take
il;u-- in Duvenpoi-l WVilncsilny after
noon as part of the K!ks' carnival,
v:is closed in Uock Isbinl and Dav
enport at It) o'cIneU Saturday niht.
Miss . ISessit (iilniore will represent
l: nek Island and Miss Tlieckla llaak
In .Moliiio a' count of the votes
showed a tie between the two candi
dates. Miss Winifred Crompton and
Miss liraiv llnntooii. and the polls
will accordingly be kept open till 7
o'clock this evening to decide the
matter. Following is Ihe vote as
shown by the count Saturday ccu
iiifr: KOCK ISIANO.
Miss Iiessie II. tiilmore Tn'J
Miss Krnestine Mc.N'cvin J-ttj
.Miss Winifred Crompton -II
Miss Craee lluntoon -II
Miss Theckla llaak IXuO
Miss Helen Dodfje ."
Miss IUssie Stewart -".t
Miss P.essie Schlejrel 1 1
Miss Willa Keuler "'
Miss Mina Kuck
llavroport Handsomely lrn(-l
All who saw the stores and streets
in tfiila nttire Saturday nitfht were
loud U their iraises of the way Dav
enport business men had prepared
for their isitors. ami many kind
wonts were said of the street decora
tions. Mr. Darkley. the tloral parade
expert, who iroes from one carnival
to the other the year round, and who
has seen all the largest ones, savs
he has never seen a city more hand
somely and la-tefully decorated t ha n
Dacnport. The P.ostock-I-Yrari peo
ple, who have been in the business
for many years, are also free with
their compliments on the trala ap
pearance of the city.
hUdi-rii'it ljr Tomorrow.
Today has been a day of prepara
tion and of placing the numerous
shows and concessions on the streets.
Some trouble was experienced by the
committee in iettiny: the different at
tractions on iood corners, but every
thing has been satisfactorily ar
ranged. Tomorrow is children's day.
and the committee Sunday morning
decided that the parade should start
from the court house corner prompt
ly at - o'clock. The children from
the orphans home. St. Vincent's or
phan asylum. Xcd Lie's mission and
the carrier boys of the different
newspapers will be the only children
admit til free to the shows in the af
ternoon, and they must be in charge
of a fjruwii attendant. Xo children
on bicycles will be allowed in the
parade. The parade will march as
follows, in charge of Marshal P. L.
Ottesen: Down Scott to Second
street. Second to P.rady. P.rady to
Third and back to Scott street. f
Icr the parade the children, in
charge of their attendants, will be
taken through the various attrae
NEWS IN OUTLINE.
The government has just It-sued "A
pronouncini; gazetteer and geographi
cal dictionary of the Philippine Isl
ands, with maps, charts and illustra
tions." President Loubet has been invested
with the decoration of the Spanish Or-
r of the t'oldeu Fleece.
Charles Henderson, a negro veteran
f the Spanish-American war. brutally
murdered a Depress named Mrs. Ida
McCorinlck. at Duluth.
The lMiilermakers on the Union Pa
?iiic at Omaha and other western
I'oints are striking.
The baeca laureate address at Yale
ivas delivered yesterday morning In
Itattel chapel by President A. T. llail
hy. The deciding game of polo between
the team from this country and the
P.ritish ten in fer the American cup
was won by the Uritish 7 to 1.
Felipe I'.ueucamino Is seeing the
sights at Chicago.
There was a slight frost In the low
places through Nodaway county. Mo.,
King Edward has completely recov
ered his health and returned to Ixin
don. Edward Marks, well known as a
turfman and bookmaker, was found
dead in bed in his cottage at West
End. N. J.
Many Londoners are taking insur
ance on King Edward's life. It Is
practically a let that he will survive
The torpedo lnat destroyer Hull
was launched at Wilmington, Del., Sat
urday. The roundhouse of the Southern Pn
cilic railroad and twelve locomotives
at Fresno. Cal., were destroyed by lire.
Mrs. Elizabeth Yerkes Is dead nt
Seattle, Wash, aged 102 years.
The uunrinorcd cruiser Denver was
launched successfully at Philadelphia
Saturday. 'Miss ltolicrta M. Wright,
daughter of Denver's mayor, performed
The Misses McConochie gave n
launch party on the Eorrain Satur
day evening in honor of their cousins.
Misses I-ibbie and Cassie McConochie.
of Chicago, who are visiting' them.
The party stopped at Linwood for
The Sunday school and parish pic
nic of Trinity L'piscopal church will
be held at the ateh Tower Wednes
day of this week, the first car leav
ing Koek Island with the picnickers
at In o'clock in tin morning. All ar
fangenients are completed for the
outing, which, the weather permit
ling, promises to be one of the best
attendeil yet given under the auspices
of the church. v
A dinner party was enjoj'cd at the
Watch Tower yesterday by a com
pany of -1S, n near relatives. The
following were present: Mrs. KHc'n
Allen and family. Mr. and Mrs. S.
Dormady and children, and Miss Me
Dermott. of Sherrard; Mr. and Mrs.
M. Kelly, IMgington; John McDer
moti. Montana: Mr. and Mrs. C. Tonn
and family. William Posold and fam
ily, and the Misses Hose and Kate
Kelly, Koek Island.
The Filiation club will give a danc
ing party nt the Watch Tower next
It's the well spring of joy. The
center around which happy home life
centers. Rocky Mountain Tea. That
great family remedy that makes
home happy. T. II. Thomas' phar-niacv.
REIMERS PURCHASES A
NEWSPAPER IN TEXAS
C. D. Keiiuers. of this city, formerly
editor of the Davenport Times, has
purchased the Ft. Worth (Tex.) Mail
Telegram : ii 1 1 will take personal
chai ge as edi lor. The ma ny Uock Island
friends of Mr. Keimers will wish him
well in his new venture.
Spring fever is another name for
biliousness. It is more serious than
most people think. A torpid liver
and inactixe bowels mean a' poisoned
system. IT neglected, serious illness
may follow such symptoms. De
Witt's Little Early Risers remove all
danger by stimulating the liver, open
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spring for years," writes R. M. Evcr-
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CASE OF KIDNAPING
Gertie Beselin and Mildred
Thompson Tell Pecu
ARRIVE HOME SATURDAY NIGHT
Claiui to Have lieen Doped ai d
Spirited Away by
Rounds out the hollow places,
mooths out lines that creep ahout
iie'.s face: woos roses back to faded
checks. That's what Rockv Moun
tain Tea does. ::.'ie. T. II. Thomas
dertic Reselin and Mildred Thomp
son, the two PS-year-old girls who
disappeared from their homes in this
city Thursday afternoon, returned to
the parental roofs about 11 o'clock
Saturday night, footsore and weary,
and with a most peculiar story to
tell. They claim 1 have been kid
naped, and their account of the ex
perience, while not very clear as to
details, is substantially as' follows:
P.etween 4 anil ." o'clock Thursday
afternoon, while walking south on
Twelfth str.et. they were accosted
near Seventh avenue by two woniin
dressed in black, who occupied a
idosed cab. Upon going up to the
door of the vehicle they wt-re chlo
roform! d or otherwise deprived of
their senses, and knew no more till
Friday morning. Then they found
tin ms( Ives all alone in dense woods
some miles out in the state of Iowa.
lilt tli Trail.
They found a road, so they s:.
and followe I it. after a time reach
ing lllue Crass. From that '; place
I hey went on to Mon t pidie r. west of
ItiilTaio. Somewhere in that vicinity
they sp. nt the night at a farmhouse,
ati I there a number of men tried to
elite r their room. Saturday morning
thev traveled on to lhill'alo. where a
couple of citizens had them cared
for at a lodging house, and in the ev
ening paid their fare to Davenport.
P.oth were exceedingly glad to get
home, and promifc never to leave
again, which latter would si em to be
rather unnecessary in view of the
circumstances related. The mem
bers of the families of the two girls
plac-.' implicit faith in Ihcir story,
and believe lhat there was a plot
laid to spirit thein away for some
traveling show troupe with which
their musical ability might be made
capital of. The entire account, as
related to an Argus reporter, was
broken an 1 disconnected. Ihe kidnap
ing feature, especially, being, to say
Means bad air, and whether it r$fXJft to G3itfS
comes from the low lands and
marshes of the country, or the filthy sewers and drain pipes of the cities
and towns, its effect upon the human system is the same.
These atmospheric poisons are breathed into the lungs and taken tip
by the blood, and the foundation of some long, debilitating illness is laid.
Chills and fever, chronic dyspepsia, torpid and enlarged liver, kidney
troubles, jaundice and biliousness are frequently due to that invisible foe,
Malaria. Noxious gases and unhealthy matter collect in the system because
the liver and kidneys fail to act, and are poured into the blood current until
it becomes so polluted and sluggish that the poisons literally break through
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indolent character appear, depleting the systeru, and threatening life itself.
The germs and poisons that so oppress and weaken the body and destroy
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PROGRAM OF DAYS:
I'KKl'AKATION (Set ready to
TT T C Q."r A V C-IIILDltKN'S DAY r.irade of all the Or
1 U dLJI 1 """pliaus' Home children and those of other
nrrrMr-nTA A A r FLOItAL DAY The -rreat Floral
WCUiN GDUA I Parade w
ill Ik. the finest ever seen
in the middle, west.
TUITDCHAV EI.KS' DAY rij i.irade of KIks from
1 Ii U rOLr 1 "all over thi west ami fraternal soeielies
of the tii-eitie.i.
tDTHA V DAVF.Nl'OKT DAY Thrilling run of the Fire
l"rlL'. I ""department.
C ATITnn A V TKMTTY DAY rurlesiue Parade of
ijA I U tUJ I -""the Darktown Fire P.rigade. "Cops"
and Kairtime Hand.
Hundreds of Other Attractions.
The Hostoek-Fcrari Carnival Company with fifteen l.i: shows
ten Mocks of new, novel and thrilling attractions.
Excursion Rentes on AH RaJlroeLds.
Ask Your Ticket Agent.
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DAY EXPORT, IOWA.
CATARRH AND ITS EVILS.
The foundation of CONSUMPTION", ASTHMA, DYSPHASIA, KIDNEY
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Shortness of breath.
Pain in Head and Eyes,
Kedness and Watering of Eyes,
Pain in Lungs and Chest,
Pain in Stoma--h,
ISelching of G.is from Stomach,
Pain in back due to Catarrh of Kid
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