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THE ARGUS, WEDNESDAY. JANUARY 25, 1005.
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health ya hac
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PRIZES ON ESSAYS
V. C. T. U. Conttst for Stventh
C raie Pupils Ccmtt
to a Clost.
ARYELLA OLSON IS WINNER
Nine Papers on Temperance Themes
From Study of Physiology in
The Woman's Christian Temperance
Union nut yesterday afternoon at the
home of Mrs. Frel Tittcrlngton. SIC
Twcnty-sc-oond -street. The program
if the meeting was conducted by Mrs.
Paul Hamilton, and was of cnusiial
interest. It consisted mainly of the
prize essays written by the children of
the seventh grade of thepub!ir;
schools. ComjKtltion Is open to the
pupils of this grade in nil of the
schools, and the essays must be upon
some theme drawn from the MMentiflc
temperance instruction received in the
regular schol work. This instruc
tion was incorporated in the school
curriculum a few days ago through the
Influence of the Women's Christian
Temperance Union, and the prizes are
offered as an encouragement to the
pupils in this study.
The subject assigned for this year's
essays was. Sonie of the Host I
Things I Have Learned From My
Study of Physiology."
Thrrr Anarda Triad.
Nine essays wen; submitted in tw
.omprtli ion. All were most etcrll nf.
n.aking the judging for the prize win-jt
ners very dincnit.
The prizes were
awarded as fo!lows:
First prize. $." Miss
&-onil nrizc 2.1 Miks .lndith
rnberg, Longfellow school. I
Third prize, $; Miss Adra Titrer-
iiKton. Lincoln schol.
The successful contestants read
their essays yeMerday .afternoon and
Miwriiitendr in II. H. Ilayden awarded
the prizes in an appropriate address. '
Ihere were several musical numbers. j
including a violin solo by Mi.-sKuth
Johnston, accompanied on Ihe tiiano'
by Mi mm lEeryl TUteriugton; a piano
solo. ly Uny J en son. a vocal hmi, by.(
I u-ry I Titteringinn. and a piano solo
by fieri rude Schmidt.
The ladies arc very much pleased
wiih the interest of the hcImk.Is in this
ronlest. ami will undoubtedly renew
ihe offer of prizes for another year.
fla laaa Kaa?.
The winning ensay. by MNs Arvella
Olson, of the liongfclLtw school
om or tne n"s? tning.; I nave-
learned from my study of physiology:
Phyt.f5i;y is a very useful study
It gives certain unmlstakenble laws
of rlKht living clearly inipresel uhui
the constitution of man. If he shoul l
live according to these laws, he wttuld
naturally be strong and healthy. s!nc
(allure to do so causes most of ma if:
illhealth. Failure lo eat nourishing
fool. to breathe pure air, to keep th-'
Nidy clean, and to exercise properly
are- fretpit nt causes of physical wt-al.
Iie:-s atl'l disease. Stime eopie's lives
are shortened beeatise they luve failed
f pend a few minutes e-ach lay in
retrular j'ldicions exerris.
The knle!se and practice of the
lawn of tenierance, are especially Im
port ant in caring for the physical Iwxly.
for impreM r and excessive eating and
drinking are perhaps responsible for
more sickness than all other causes.
It se-etus all the more' strange, too. tha1.
man of all animals, should e the one
to indulge In excesses of appetite,
slnrt tosse.et the mot LnrwtKlir'
concerning the ill effects of such in-'
. ... . i
dulgences. Man is surrounded by an'
Mhundancc or wholesome fi. yet he
oft'-n makes himself sick by excessive:
t-aiinre nn nnnmng. an nig as tuougn
he had never partaken tf food and
drink. It would be well, if all persons
could know the evils of intcnipcratic"
You walk with
her. you rock her,
you give her sugar,
you try all kinds
of things 1
.But she coughs
all through the long
night, just the same !
No need spending another
night this way. Just a dose
or two oi yers Cherry
Pectoral will soothe the
throat, quiet the cough, insure a good night's rest.
Ask your doctor about the wisdom of your
keeping this remedy in the house, ready for these
night coughs of the children. Doctors have the
formula. They know all about this medicine.
MTrm wiw wiet re taw srTt'H tTt--t ew.riasti.
AYLE'S tAJt&AFaJUlXa- 7m (be te. ITU'S AGCS CCM-r auiane jA ar.
for- so cany are eddictel to this evil
Mtjoar Habit Orraleat (aw.
But cf all Intemperance, it Is the
liquor habit or intemperance in drink
In? which Is the greatest curse to man
kind. If we eat a sufficient amount
of wholesome food today, we do no;
require a larger amount of the same
food tomorrow. It is not so with al
rohol for the appetite grows with the
using. A. good many think alcohol Is
useful as a food, to produce bodily
heat, to increase bodily tissue or tc
create energy, but physicians, as a
rule, agree that it performs none of
these functions. On the other hand It
imrairs the mental and physical pow
er and makes one liable to ?very kind
of disease. Alcohol materially anVcts
the rapidity and accuracy of thought.
It makes one inaccurate, incapable of
steady application and tends to make
the mind act more slowly.
A word. tro. should be said about the
tobacco habit. So many loys think
they cannot be men without learning
to "smoke. How foolish! Tobacco
sj tints growth weakens the nerves, stu
pefies the brain cells, interferes witn
digestion, and in many ways counter
acts the benefit of good food, besides
diminishing the natural appetite. To
bacco Is a frequent cause of weak eye3.
is apt to irritate the lining of the mouth
and of the throat, and in. many cases
seriously affects tbw heart.
Kill of I he f'lKarrt.
Tbe " bad effects of tobacco on
the young are more serious in
the form of cigarets. It is only
within the last Ave or six years
that the habit of cigaret smoking has
made its appearance among the boys
of the schools of Chicago, but during
that icriod it has increased to such
an extent that several ihonsand have
Imtoidp addicted to this evil habit, and
the majority of these lioys are so af
fected mentally and physically that 4
hoy are unable to make further prog
ress in their studies.
We have considered mainly the evils
of Intemperance, but from onr study of
physiology we learn that we do many
other things injurious tu our body.
Most of these errors we can avoid when
we know about them, and, therefore.
we as children should lake all pains to
master this subjct. The privilege we
have in studying this subject is a groat
one. and one which many of our pr.r-
cnts did not enjoy. '
' AHVKI.LA OI.SOX.
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HIT AT GENESEO
Amatcirs Given Warm
Reception Last Evening.
A'mmh forty young peorl- of the city
last evtiiing went tr lioncseo. where
the minstrel jfiformanee presente
here fr the Koek Island lHlge, I. O. O.
V., was rM-ated. The entertainment
wa.-t a great success, and the large aud-
lence pave the IUxk Island amateurs
a very pleasing, reception. Owing to
ihe delays In railway trafT.c occasioned
by the storm the company was unable
to get back to this city until a late
hour this morning, though the train is
due here shortly after 2 o'clock.
The Diamond Cure.
The latest news from Paris Is, that
they have discovered a diamond cure
for consumption. If you fear con
sumption or pneumonia. It will,-however,
be best for you to take that great
remedy mentioned by W. T. McCee
of Vanleer, Tenn. "I had a cough for
H years. Nothing helped me, until I
took Dr. King's New Discovery for
consumption, coughs and colds, which
gave instant relief, and effected a per
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For Non-Catholics to b? Deliv
ered at Sacred Heart
FATHER HEALY IS TO COME
Well Known Paub'st Priest Will Speak
Nightly For a
Another event In church work which
will interest a great many in Rock Isl
and Is a series of lecturer for non
Catholics at Sacred Heart church whicn
will begin Sunday evening. Jan. 20, at
7:15 and continue nightly to and in
cluding Sunday. Feb. 12. Rev. Father
Thomas Healey, a Paulist father who
enjoys a high reputation as a speaker,
will deliver the lectures which are in
variably conducted so that nothing will
be said to offend those who do not
agree with the lecturer.
Konadrr of thr Order.
In this connection it may be inter
esting to know that the founder of the
Paulist community, the celebrated
Father Isaac T. Hecker, was born in
New York City Dec. 18. IS 19. of Ger
man Lutheran pare-nts. although his
mother became a Methodist. As a boy
he was obliged to leave school early,
and worked from the age ef 12 to 17
in his brother's bakery in Rutgers
street. Dr. Oreste-s A. Brownson. at
that time a Unitarian minister, gave
him the first impulse to study deeply
into the metaphysical aspect of reli
ien. He read Kant. Hegel. Fichto : 3
a youth; visited the Ideal community
of Brook Farm, where he met such men
as Thoreau. Emerson and Aicott, and
also made a stay at Fruitlands, another
such community. Finally he spoke to
men ef the Catholic church l.ke Arch
bishop Hughes, of New York; Bishop
Fitzpatrick. of Boston, and later on
Bishop McCloskey, afterwards the first
An A meet Ic of Ocarrt.
He led the life of an ascetic ef tre
desert, and joined the Catholic church
in 184 1. He went tt the novitiate at
Trend, Belgium. He was ordained
priest in London Oct. 23. 1849, by Bisn
op (afterwards archbishop) Wiseman.
Returning to the United State's, lie
wrote anl labored as a Redcmptorist.
With him wcr those who afterwards
were bis associates in founding the
Paulist order. Fathers Walwortn
Hewif. Deshon and Baker, all Ameri
cans and converts. Willi permission of
Pom Pius IX.. he inaugurated the mis
sionary society of St. Paul the Aiostle
known all 'over' the United Slates and
Kurope as the Paulist Fathers.
NO MORE TRADING
STAMPS AT KEWANEE
Grocers and Butchers Post Notices
That Premiums Will be no
"Butchers and grocers of Kewanee
and suburbs will stop giving premium
in any form Feb. 13." is the reading of
notices which appeared in Kewanee
stores yesterday, indicating that the
shops and the stores arc no longer to
give trading stamps or premiums in
other guise. Discussing the action a
Kewanee merchant said:
"We estimate that the trading
stamps in Kowanoe cost $20,000 :
year. We further estimate that the
people get back about $7,000 in pre
miums. Now the $13,000 which repre
sents the difference, goes eut of town.
Where does the public gain through
The grocers and meat market men
estimate that they have contributed
Sti per cent of the premium business
in the nasi. If this big hole Is
made in the business, they predict
that it will not be long until the whole
premium business is cast out of Kc
There is no question." said Mr
Clears, secretary of the Kewanee Bus
iness Men's association, "that the pre
mium system Increase's the expense
account ef the merchant. Now do not
hink for a minute that the bute-her or
grocer Is philanthropic enough to give
away money without exacting some
thing in return. It all comes evenfu
ally, back em the cost eif goods, and
the patrons, or the eople. ay for the
system. The thinking people are now
coming to recognize this and are se
lectlng the stores at which to do their
trading where no such system prevails,
for they know that in so doing they ar
not paying for a lot of premiums w hich
they do not want."
Found a Cure for Indigestion.
I use Chamberlain's Stomach and
Liver Tablets for indigestion and fino
that they suit ray case belter thai'
iny dyspepsia remedy I have evei
tried and I have used many different
-emedies. I am nearly 51 years of
ge and have suffered a great deal
rom indigestion. I can rat almosi
inything I want to now. George W.
Emory. Rock Mills. Ala. Fr sale by
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The reason that coughs and colda
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lungs Is because they interfere with
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whooping cough and assists in expell-
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The patient soon loses all desire for
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Rock Island. 111.
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It did me especially Rood service in
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