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TH15 AKGHJS, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER, 23 li03.
Pobllaned Dally and Weekly at 16M Sec
ond avenue. Rock Island, ill. (Entered at
postofflce as second-class matter.
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character, political or religions, mast nave
real name attached tor publication. No
neb articles will be printed over fictitious
Correspondence solicited from every town
tip in Rock Island county.
Wednesday, September 23. 1903.
King Peter, of Servin, was not as
sassinated, but it is understood he
does not sleep well and has bad
dreams. Truly, uneasy lies the head
that wears a crown. eseeially the
crown of Servin.
A battle for political mastery is on
in Indiana between Senators Fair
banks and Heveridge. Until about two
years ago the former was absolute
boss of the republican party in the
Hoosier state, but of late Mr. I5ever
idge has been raining strength stead
ily and now questions his colleague's
right to first place. Mr. Fairbanks is
not more than holding his own, and
his friends make no secret of the fact
that they are apprehensive.
A single day's income and expendi
ture of the United States government,
which both receives and spends more
than any other government in the
world, is interestingly analyzed in
last Sunday's New York World. Wed
nesday of last week, an average day,
the government took in from all
sources $2,020.8:50, and paid out $1.
6:;o,000. and when the day was over it
had a net balance on hand of $390,
S.'JG. In other words, the government
is collecting from the people nearly
$400,000 every day in excess of what
it needs to cover its expenditures,
great as they have grown to be.
Haven't we had enough of '"taxation
for a surplus"
Redemption From the Trust.
The conimi.ttee of the American I5ar
association suggested three means for
curbing the trusts. First, severe tax
ation: second, confer rate fixing pow
ers on the interstate commerce com
mission; third, state operation of. busi
ness in which trusts have a monopoly.
The Xew York Independent, fore
most among the weekly publications,
says that "it is to a certain extension
of the third method that we look for
the speediest important control. The
other nations of the world have set us
the example, even the most conserva
tive. We lag far behind Great Tiritain
or France or .Germany or Austria.
"We quote the Independent merely
to show how clearly related are some
of the tenets of the socialists creed
and the conclusions of the committee
of the American liar association and
journals of the Independent's type.
We have occupied several decades
in controlling the railroads, and they
are controlling us today. Nearly all
trusts are the outgrowth of tariff and
railroad discrimination. Wipe out the
tariff and railroad discrimination and
still the trust evil would be present
because there would be monopoly in
the natural source of supply. The so
lution of the trust problem lies in the
public ownership of, public utilities
and natural sources of supply and in
the obliteration of the tariff.
The parties haven't advanced to
this point as yet. That they will is
evidenced in just such conclusions as
the Independent reaches. The clouded
perspective is clearing and people are
awakening to the appreciation of the
men of the hour.
New England for Olney.
The democrats of Massachusetts
will present Richard Olney to the
democratic national convention as
their unanimous choice for the pres
idential nomination. If this selection
is indorsed by the democracy they
will deserve success and may achieve
Uichard Olney is one of the greatest
lawyers in Ihe land. As President
Cleveland's attorney general he won
from the United States supreme court
an opinion that laboring men have
the right to organize and that unions
have legal rights without .the neces
sity of being incorporated. He was
a great success as attorney general
and a greater success as secretary of
state. In the latter position he met
the ablest diplomats of Great Pritain
nnd worsted them, revived and
strengthened the Monroe doctrine and
prevented Great Britain from seizing
Venezuela as she did the Transvaal.
What sort of a man Mr. Olney is can
be gathered from a statement printed
in the Boston News Bureau nnd cred
ited to a former bank president, as
"I happen to know how President
Cleveland got Richard Olney to be
come the attorney general of the Uni
ted States. Both of them, you know,
live drwn on Buzzard's bay, and when
Cleveland said to Olney, I want you
to become attorney general of the
United States, Mr. Olney simply
t laughed and said, '.Mr. Cleveland, I
am not a rich man. as you know; I
am but a working lawyer living pa a
business practice. My income as a
working lawyer is six times the sal
ary of that of the United States at
torney general, and you, of course,
cannot ask me to give up my practice
and 'income and go to Washington for
the salary of the attorney general of
the United States.' Mr. Cleveland re
plied, 'Mr. Olney, what kind of a
country are you and I to leave our
children, if the government of the
United States is to be measured out
in financial terms? Do you expect
this government to enter into a finan
cial contest, with corporations for
your services? I again ask you to be
come the attorney general of the Uni
ted States, to accept its salary and its
duties; reflect upon it and give me
your answer.' Mr. Olney reflected,
but only for a minute. He said, 'Mr.
Cleveland, you are right. I am down
ed in the first argument. I will be
come your attorney general, provided
T may retire when I have served my
country ns long as I can afford to. I
think I can give you only one year of
service, but I will give you that and
do mv best.'.".
TIPS TO TRAVELERS
Queen & Crescent fast line to Bir
mingham and New Orleans. Two fast
One hundred miles shortest to
Chattanooga, Queen & Crescent
Only through car line to Asheville,
N. C, Queen & Crescent route and
Queen & Crescent service, Cincin
nati to Atlanta and Jacksonville, the
best in the country.
i Springfield 8tate Fair,
From Sept. 25 to Oct. 3 the Rock
Island will sell round trip tickets to
Springfield at rate of $4.63, good for
return up to Oct. 5.
Xew Freight Service.
The Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul
railway having its new cut-off be
tween Chicago and Kansas City now
completed, announce the inauguration
of the first of its fast freight service
between Chicago, Ottumwa and Kan
sas City, through the tri-cities, open
ing important, new territory and es
tablishing other fast freight lines
that will mean a great deal to the
service through the tri-cities in the
New Short Line. -
The first of the new passenger serv
ice to be established via the new cut
off of the Chicago, Milwaukee & St.
Paul railway between Chicago and
Ottumwa through the tri-cities leaves
I'ock Island, westbound for Musca
tine and Ottumwa, at 2:33 p. m., ar
rives Ottumwa 7 p. m.; returning,
leaves Ottumwa 12::$0 p. m., Rock Isl
and 4:.S p. m., arriving at Chicago
9:. VI p. m. Observation and dining
cars with this service.
C. B. & O. Kxcnrslons.
Sept. lo and Oct. C. One and a third
fare for the round trip to Louisville.
Ky., also a number of points in Ohio
Sept. 20, 27 and 28 $6 Chicago and
Sept. 15 to Nov. 30. $31 San Fran
cisco, Los Angeles and San Diego. $30
Portland, Tacoma, Seattle and Vic
toria. $27.50 Spokane and Ellensburg.
$2G Salt Lake City, Ogden, Helena and
Butte. $21 Billings.
Oct. 8 to 17. $50.25 San Francisco,
Los Angeles and return.
For further information please call
at C. B. & Q. depot, corner Twentieth
street and' Second avenue, or 'phone
Illinois State Fair. Springfield. III., Sept. 2
to OcK 3.
The C, B. & Q. will have on sale
from Sept. 23 to Oct. 3, inclusive,
round trip tickets to Springfield and
return at rate of $4.65, good until Oct.
3. Two trains daily and several dif
S6.00 Cblcaaro Mid Return.
Sept. 26, 27 and. 28 the Rock Island
will sell round trip tickets at rate of
$6 to Chicago, with return limit Oct. 5.
The Only Ront to Springfield.
$4.65 to Springfield and return via
the Rock Island, commencing Sept. 26
to Oct. 3; good for return up to Oct. 5.
Chicago and Return S6.00
via the Rock Island, Sept. 26, 27 and
28; good for return up to Oct. 5.
THE REAL, TEST.
Of Herpicide l In Giving It a Thorough
There is only one test by which to
judge of the efficiency of any article
and that is by its ability to do that
which it is intended to do. Many hair
vigors may look nice and smell nice,
but' the point is do they eradicate
dandruff and stop falling hair?
No, they do not, but Herpicide does,
because it goes to the root of the evil
and kills the germ that attacks the
papilla from whence the hair gets its
letters from prominent people
everywhere are daily proving that
Newbro's Herpicide stands the "test
It is a delightful dressing, clear,
pure and free from oil or grease.
Sold by leading druggists. Send 10c
in stamps for sample to The Herpicide
company. Detroit, Mich. For sale by
T. H. Thomas, druggist.
When Loft wife was turned to salt,
be probably started to look for a fresh
jaaeKtnsaa Cltx Star,
DAILY SHORT STORY
I was standing on the quarter deck
(this was before the time of bridges
aboard ship), working out of New York
harbor, when a man came up the com
panion way, looked wildly about him
and gasped la astonishment. .
"Well, my man," I sang out, "what's
"I don't know," he said. "How did
I get aboard this ship?"
"You probably skulked aboard, but
you won't skulk now you've got aboard.
You'll work your passage."
You see, we had so much of this sort
of deadbeat that we'd got tired of It,
and I didn't propose to be humbugged.
The man was well dressed in fact, too
well dressed to make a sailor of or for
him to stand heaving coal into the fur
naces. I looked him over and made up
my mind to make a cabin boy of him.
"Now, see here," I said; "it Is too late
to put you ashore. You know that or
you wouldn't have shown yourself till
later. I've got to take you to Liver
pool. You go to the head steward and
tell him to get what he can out of you."
While I was speaking the man seem
ed to be trying to recall something.
Then he thrust his hands into his trou
sers pocket, then into all the rest of
his pockets, evidently looking for mon
ey. Then be turned to me and said:
'Tut me ashore."
"Put you ashore? I would without
your asking if I could. I've got the
mails on board, and I daren't lose an
I was watching him like a cat and
felt sure he was playing the emotions
that would be expected of him under
"What am I to do, captain?"
"Do what I told you to do go to tha
head steward for work."
He disappeared from above the com
panion way, and I heard nothing more
of him till I went to my cabin, where
I found a protest drawn up in legal
form against my taking him to Liver
pool and demanding to be put ashore.
At first I was staggered, but I'd seen
many a sharper dodge than that, and I
assumed that the man had brought the
paper aboard with him. I paid no at
tention to it and in a few days forgot
all about the fellow, till one day he
appeared in the saloon, where I was
at dinner, and handed me a plate of
"Used to waiting on table?" I asked.
- "Oh. yes."
"Where have you done any waiting?"
"It's the easiest job you could have
given me, but it Ml be rather expensive
for you before my bill is paid."
"What do you mean?"
"I mean that every time I band you
a plate of soup it 'II cost your company
I smiled good liumoredly. being quite
amused at the man's '"gall." It was
evident he was trying to bluff me into
giving him a first class passage out
and home again. Still the next morn
ing I awoke before daylight and got
to thinking about the fellow till I be
gan to be worried. Caution said treat
him as If j-ou believed him. You'll lose
nothing. Whereas if you don't and he's
all right ho may make trouble for you.
But the matter had gone too far for
me to retreat, and I took no action.
On the return trip, the second morn
ing out, who should I see on deck,
dressed in a jaunty English suit, puff
ing a good cigar, but my shanghaied
"Good morning, captain," he said.
"What '11 bo the run today?"
I looked at him pretty steadily for a
moment, then turned on my heel and
went to the purser, who told me the
man was down on the list as Nelson
Brentwood of New York. I began to
fear I was In for trouble.
Just lefore we readied New York,
going into my cabin one morning, I
saw on my bunk a paper. I opened It
TUB STEAMSHIP CO.
To Nelson Brentwood, Dr.
Handing the captain five plates of
Other services as cabin boy 6,000
Loss of time 40.000
I began to quake. I'd carried off
some one, or, rather, some one had
got himself carried off to get up a law
suit to bleed the company. However,
there would be no use now paying any
attention to the matter. I ignored it,
though I confess it bothered me.
Soon after we were docked I was
called on by the agent for a statement
covering the case of Mr. Brentwood. I
gave it and heard no more of the mat
ter till the day before I sailed. Then
I received an envelope addressed to
Nelson Brentwood and a letter from
the agent asking me to sign the com
munication In the envelope and for
ward it with other inclosures. The in
cisures were an unreceipted bill of
Nelson Brentwood for banding him
five plates, of soup at $1,000 a plate
and a check for $.',000. The communi
cation was a humble apology for tak
ing him to Europe against his will. I
signed the letter and dropped the pack
age in the mail.
When I returned on the next trip 1
got the explanation. Brentwood was
a graduate of college and during
vacations had waited on table at sum
mer hotels. He bad studied law and
was a brilliant 'but unsteady man.
He had been employed In a case In
which he was the one man living so
well posted as to handle It successful
ly and was sure to win. The opposing
counsel had given him a supper the
night before the trial, got him drunk
and shanghaied him, paying a large
bribe to some of the company's serv
ants aboard my ship. The affair cost
the company $45,000, besides my bill
for having a first class lawyer for a
waiter. . JT. A. MITCHEI .
ZWICKER STOCK WINS ?
MORE C0TJHTY FAIR PRIZES
Albert Zwicker & Sons, of Preemp
tion, were at Aledo last week with
the best lot of draft horses ever ex
hibited at the Mercer county fair, in
cluding a full line in the Shire class,
headed by the well-known 'TVmbridge
Pilot," a dark brown 6-yenr-oId weigh
ing 2,100 pounds, with four yearlings
by his side that averaged up 1.250
pounds. There were weanlings of
equal merit and quality. Others were
a pair nf 2-year-olds that weighed
1.600. The international Fat Stock
show colt, a prize-winning foal at the
Iowa. Minnesota and Illinois .state
fairs of l'lul, attracted much atten
tion, and fought his way to second
place, sweepstakes, any age or breed.
The special attraction was the pair
of bay mares, both 6 years old and
weighing 1.S20 and 1.840. respectively,
defeating a pair of Percherou mares,
international fat. stock show winners,
of Chicago. Others of much interest
were the :i-ycar-old. 2-year-old and
yearling fillies, and the massive brood
inn res with such promising foals by
their sides. The entire herd has won
21 ribbons, a record never excelled
by any other Shire horse breeder in
HIGH SCHOOL NOTES
One of three exhibits sent out by
the Western Drawing Teachers asso
ciation is now being shown in room
10. There is work from tin1 Chicago
Art institute and from the high
schools and grades of the following
cities: St. Louis, Indianapolis. Min
neapolis, Pontiac. Oak Park. Moline
and Fort Wayne.
Oct. 10 there will be a football game
between the Hock Island and (ialva
high schools. It will be played here.
The junior class held a meeting yes
terday at the close of school. The
following officers were elccttil:
President Walter 1 1 ci 111 beck.
Vice President Ellen Rosen Uranz.
Secretary Florence Morrison.
Treasurer- F.d Kiel!.
The Bobs baketball team had a
meeting, at which Sara Stoddard was
elected captain and Faith Channou
and Cora Van ('alder selected to fill
vacancies. The team will be coached
by Miss Lidders.
It is to be hoped that ere long all
the students will wear rubber heels.
The noise that even one person makes
in walking along the corridors or in
the asenibly during a study period is
cry annoying. to the industrious stu
dent. Monmouth Kcview: The first sched
ule game of the local high school
football seasiirr-wilt bp played atr KwkW
Island next Saturday, when the high
school team of that city will be met.
The game promises to be one of the
hardest of the year and the team here
wilf be put through s me hard work
thrs week in preparation for the con
test. As early in the week as possible the
successful candidate, will be chosen
so that some semblance of team play
will be manifest in Saturday's game.
The selection will not be permanent,
as all candidates will be given everv
opportunity to make the team. Some
fine games are Ix'ing scheduled and
some of the best high school learns in
Illinois and Iowa will be played..
Chicago. Sept. 23 Following are tne open
ing, highest, lowest and closing quotation
n today'a markets:
Sept. 77; T! T"Ti:T!.
Dec , 78H- ""' 77V .
May, 8(14; Rtii; 7S;79
Sept. 4f"i "H
Dec. 4T V. 48 "H 'S
May, 47V, 48-; 47; n
Oat. Sept. 37 37 36 : SOX
P"C, 37i: SH-l 87i;37 V .
May, 38: 39 ; 38 J: 3S.
Sept.. 12 0: 12.SX); 13 90: 12 90
Oct., 13 10: 13 10: 13 00; 13 00.
May. 13.07; 13 07; 13.95; 12 97.
Sept.. 9.68 0 82: 9 62" 9 f2.
Oct., 7 87: 7 90 : 7.75 , 7.75.
Jan , 7.02; 7.07; 7.03; 7.02.
Sept.. 9.35 : 9 35 : 9.30:9.30.
Oct.. 9.47; 9.47: 9.35: 9.40.
Jan., 6.72; 6 77. 6.70; 6.70.
Rye. Sept. 64. Dec. fibi. May 56: flax. N.
W. 1 02: S. W. 9; Sept. 07; Dec. I0IH; bar
Receipt today: Wheat 103. corn 422. oats
83; nogs 21.000; came iy.uuu. sneep is uuu.
Hog market opened steady.
Light. a5.85S6.40: mixed and butch
era. 15.70&6 40; good heavy, 15.502,0 35: rough
heavy. 6 505 70.
Cattle market strong.
Sheep market opened steady.
Hogs at Kansas City 7.000. cattle 15.000;
aogs at omaaa 3. sou, cattle 7,000.
Union stock yards 8:40 a. m.
Hog market slow, tor good stead v.
Light. 15 856 35; mixed and butcoers. 15 70
B6 3.i; good heavy, ra.40d6 3o: rough heavy,
D liD u.
Catue market steadv to a shade higher.
Beeves 3 6'&6 00, cows and Deltera i.s
4.7a. Texas steers (3.254 60. mockers and
feeders 13 25a.10. westerns 13 254.50.
Sheep market slow.
Hoe market closed steadv.
Light, a5.856 35; mixed and butchers, 5.65
oe.30; good heavy, I&.4O&W.30; rough heavy,
Cattle market closed steady 10 to 15c high
Sheep market closed dull and lower.
Estimated receipts Thursday: Wheat 10)
corn 500, oats 100, hogs 25.000.
New York Stocks.
New York, Sept. 23. The following are the
dosing quotations on the New York stock
5ugar 112, Gas t2, C R. I. & P. S5S, South
ern Paclflic 4m. B. & o. 77, Atchison com
mon 64. Atcbixon ptd. 88ft, C. M. & St, P.
VW, Manhattan 132, copper 41. W. U.
Tel. Co. 82M. L. & N. 101. C. & A. 0V. Rdg.
common 4sH. Can.PaclHc 1213, Leather com
mon 7. J. it. i' ixv-i, 'aciuc Man son.' u.
S. Steel ptd. 67H. U. S. Steel common 17,.
Penna. 121, Mo. Pacific 89. Union Pacific
n. coal and iron 13, Erie common 26H,
Wabash pfd. 31. Car foundry 25H. C & O
W. 15, Rep. Steel pfd. 62W, Rep Steel com
mon OH, New York Central 115, .Illinois
AUGUSTAN A NEWS.
The executive committee of Aurus
tnna collegre board met at Cable hall
yesterday to consider various matters
in connection witli tne college work.
Peter Ilenon. of the class of iyo:i,
was called as assistant in mathemat
ics. He assisted in this department
last year and did excellent work. Var
ious improvements 011 -the collepe
"rounds and in the buildings were de
Mr. Cederberfr. the new professor in
mat hematics, who has taken one of
his degrees at Vale university and
been instructor at I'.rown university
at Providence, 1J. I., has started a
large class in mechanical drawing.
Prof. Kraut, of the business de
partment, is now established in his
new and beautiful-home tin Seventh
Many new students are yet
expected this fall, who intend to study
at the business college, whose fame
for thoroughness and excellence has
gone far and wide over the country.
Miss Nicoline and Ma.-ter Xicolai
Zedeler are now studying at Chicago
Musical conservatory, at which Mr.
Ziegtield is director. There were l."0
applicants for the four free scholar
ships, all of whom were carefully ex
amined with reference to their skill
and ability. It is an honor to Augus
tana conservatory and to Prof. .de
ler. the teacher on the violin, that both
Nicoline and Xicolai gained each a
scholarship ninony these many com
petitors. Prof Zedeler has again tak
en up his work aftr hi contort tour
in Chicago and vicinity-.
The matriculation committee of the
theological seminary has its annual
meeting today. There are about
twenty new applicants for entrance
into the theological seminary, and the
total enrollment in this department
will be between fit) and TO. The chair
man of this committee is the venera
ble Dr. Xorelius. of Vasa. Minn., who
is now the Nestor in the Augustana
Beware of substitutes offered by
unscrupulous dealers in place of Fo
ley's Honey and Tar, Foley's Kidney
Cure and Banner Salve. Dishonest
dealers for a little extra profit will
try to palm off worthless prepara
tions in place of these valuable medi
cines that have stood the test of years
and thus jeopardize the lives of their
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Our aim is to give you shoes
for the youngsters that will
give such satisfactory wear that
when the next pair is needed
Think of J3he Leader.
Boys' "Steel Shod" Shoes, with
nail-quilted soles, sizes Eaf"l
2'2 to o Am JJ
Youths' "Steel Shod" Shoes, with
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13 to 2 LmlJ
Misses' Thoenix Kid Shoes, n
soft, mellow leather that wears
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Child's, same leather, C
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Child's, same leather, 1 P
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Cleans and polishes the house
from kitchen to parlor, pots
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that's a sign you'll have no trou
ble with it.
You'll believe in signs after
j'you have tried our work.