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.THE ARGUS. TUESDAY, JULY 25, 1005.
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Thus it combines in one soap at orio
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plexion soap, and the purest and sweet
est toilet, bath, at.d nursery so.:p.
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Announces a rate cf 50 CENTS
one way and 75 CENTS for the
round trip to Clinton.
Take a trip these hot after
noons up the river.
Go to Le Claire on the boat
and back on the I. & !.
Leave Rock Island at 3:15 p.
m. Arrive at Le Claire at 5:15
p. m., and Leave Le Claire on the
return trip at 5:22, 6:37 and
7:52 p. m.
Dock, at foot of Nineteenth
C. J. MANGAN,
Order your X K W
Suit or Overcoat at
J. B. ZIMMER & SOU
Ntw Location, 1817 Second Avs,
TUWfcwMH r I "M laTaer
Company B In Camp.
Company B. 31th regiment. Iowa N'a
: ional CuarJ, 3e.f; yesterday for lies
Moines, wN.-re it jo.'ned its regimen:
ar Fort Des Moines and v.-eni intei an
rusal camp for oiie wi-tk. There are
four conm.is.'-ioned officers anil 41
in th company, ami all were in the
V-.sf humor io-.ibIe.
Hccnc From Hcspiial.
Conrad RoKhf, who sustained suca
.severe injuries in a fail from a Daven
port & Suburban street car down into
the stone quarry, i .-aid to Le recov
ering. He has been at Mosbonia hos
pital in care of .Mrs. Ernestine Peter
sen. Yesterday he was taken home to
Suspected of Burglary.
The police are holding a waiter
named Ed Tyiu'.!j on suspicion. It
is thought tha' he was competed
with the Cii'7.' y restaurant burglary
which occurred last Friday evening.
Articles were found on his person
which support their theory. It is also
hejjght that the man was connected
with the. thefts which occurrcl recent
ly at the Wright home on the hill.
To Abate Nuisance.
A few days aj:o City Clerl; Collins
wrote Dr. J. F. Kennedy, secretary
f the fctate board of health, relative to
;he Orphans' home nuisance. He has
now received a letter from Dr. Kenne
dy. The lar'er states that he wil call
! he attention of the board of control to
he matter. He further states that
ihe state board of health has no an
'hority to abate the nuisance. In the
k'ter he remarks that if the nuisance
is (Hitside the city limits, it is for the
township authorities to order it abated.
The attention of Col. Charles Francis
f Davenport, he says, should be called
' o t he mat ter.
Omaha Man Won.
A iarsf crowd w as present a: Sediui
x.en p;;ik Sunday on the occasion of
Mie antsal picnic of Hutchers" union lo
cal No. 2'.. Naturally the grtu' inter
est of the day centered in the beet
killing contest in which iv. of the
Uevt men in this line were eirercd.
These were (iorc Ilaust. of Smith St.
I'ai;, and F. H. Noonan. of South Om
aha. Tile contist was won by Mr.
N'oonan in ;:!". Mr. Haunt's time he
,ng 7 minutes. The contest was under
the Richard K. Fox's rules, the prizes
'eing Si1" and $''. The judges werr
lack Finipl, Fred Mensel and H.
Father and Son Fight.
Peter Juergensen. a young man, has
been ariesteil on a warrant Issued in
Justice Ditzen's e-nnrt, charging him
with assault with intent to do great
bodily injury. The complaining wit
ness is the fath r. .Iihtl-iii Juerge nsen.
The assault is alleged to have taken
place on July 21. The son. it is al
leged, first attacked his father with it
knife and when this was taken away
from him secured a razor. He was
again disarmed and next secured a
spade. The father then secured a
pitch fork, and with this weapon de
fended himself again.-.! the attacks of
the infuriated sou. In so doing the
father ran one of the blades of the
pitch fork into the son's arm. Tli
father claims that the son is addicted
to strong drink and frequently becomes
intoxicated. When In this condition he
comes home and invariably raises a
disturbance. The father has repeated
ly ordered the son to leave the place
but the latter insists that he will re
; main at home so -ong as there is a
bite to eat there.
Bernard Toner, an old soldier, who
served during the civil war. died Sun
day at his home. 321 West Eleventh
Mreor. He was born in Pottsvilie, Pa.,
March C. 1S47. and after having fought
for his country, he located at Daven
port. He was an iron molder by
trade, but had not been able to work
for some rime as he had been affiicted
with paralysis from which he died. He
is survived by his wife. Mr?. Mary To
iler, three daughters. Mrs. Marguerite
Noble. Peoria. 111.. Mrs. Isahthe
Playne, Boston, and Miss Nellie, at
home, and two sons, William H. and
Paul V. of this city.
TROUBLES THAT DEVELOP
IN MAKING OF RATES
The attempts made by the interstate
commerce commission within the last
few weeks to settle a few minor dis
putes among competing eastern ports
have again served to call attention to
the results achieved by that body. The
latest decision of the board has result
ed in a protest from Boston. The one
preceding this brought objections from
It seems that in each case there were
complaints that the big ports were get
ting too much of the export trade, and
there was a Macedonian cry for help.
The Macedonians received the aid they
craved, but the sum of dissatisfaction
has ben increased rather than dimin
ished. It is not at all certain that the
commission has succeeded in provid
ing for "the greatest good to the great
est number," even if only a purely math
ematical basis is used in the calculation.
The failure of the board to adjust
the difficulties, which are comparative
ly small, has not increased confidence
in its ability to handle the rate question
throughout the Fnited States. "A com
mission that claims for itself the right
to regulate rates throughout the union
ought surely to be able to fix up a lit
tle matter affecting only four ports,"
says the New York Times.
Just what a commission would do in
a case where general north and south
ro-.tes were opposed to east and west
trade channels is hard to forecast.
Such a dispute is not beyond the bounds
of possibility. Within the last few-year.-,
for example, much of the Illinois
grain that formerly sought an outlet
for export only through Chicago and
New York has been turned toward the
Chicago has felt the effects of this
new competition in only a sightly lesser
degree than New York. And not only
Illinois products, but a big proportion
of the vields from other corn belt
states have also been turned info the
That this has resulted in profit to the
shippers of this section is easily unf.r
stood. That it has cut into the revenues
of some middlemen is also a plain prop
osition. Should the interstate com
merce commission wi'h increased pow
ers meet this situation in the form of
complaints from these middlemen its
probable action would he of vital im
portance' io over half the country. The
suggested possibilities are not ot a
kind te be lightly passed over.
Wonun love a clear, healthy com
plcxion. Pure blood makes it. Bur
dock's Blood Bitters makes pure blood.
SUMMER TOURS TO
If you've been planning it western trip and held off for a favorable
opportunity, this summer's the time to go.
On frequent date's during July, August, September and October,
special excursion tickets will be sold to imtwirtant Pacific coast points.
1)S Angeles, San Francisco, Portland, Tacoma, Seattle, Victoria and
Hound trip, long return limits. liberal stop-ejver privileges, low
ra'es for side' rides and extension trips.
The rate-s vary somewhat . but it will suffice te say hi re that they
are practically on a basis of onef.ire or less. for the round trip. Of
course, if you visit California ami Oregem or Washington, the cost is
The trip to Alaska can also be made at greatly re'duced rate.
Kock Island System is the way to o great variety of refutes
chance te) set' the meist lor your mone-y.
Full details of rates and routes upon request.
F. II. PLUM ME It.
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ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
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THIS WEEK AT
Tuesdays. Thursdays and
Moving Pictvires This Week.
Exceptionally Fine Living Statues, lioav Hunt, Incendiary, KoapMl Luuatic,
Magic Fan, Pumpkin Eaters?, Photographic Contortions.
A Catch otf Hard Shll Crahs.
Petersen's Big Band and John Swiney. Boy Soprano. FHdny Afternoon and
Evening. Don't Miss This Big Attraction. 10c
Admission This Dvy. 10c.
A Safe .iiul Pleasant P ae'o for your Wives anl Children. No Rowdyism
aiul No Intoxicants Allowed on the (Ironmls.
Best Year in History.
Deere & Co. have just completed the
best year in the history of that great
concern and at the annual meeting
last week of the stockholders the offi
cers were reelected as follows: Presl
ele-nt C. H. Deere; vice president C
C. WcblK-r: secretary Schiller Hos-
ford: Measurer William nutterwenuh;
assistant secretary F. J. Savage: as
sistant treasurer C. II. Pope. The
usual dividend was distributed to the
stockholders and it is understood that
the' office- ferce was given cheeks in
proportion to the salary of the mem
beTs. in celebration of the successful
year. Xone of the recipients will say
that this is so anel C. II. Deere, when
asked about it. said: "Deere & Co.
have finished the biggest output in
their historv and have evidenced their
satisfaction and goenl will in their of
fice force in a substantial manner."
H. E. CA STEEL,
la. D. MUDGE,
IL B. SIMMON,
O ALL THE NEWS ALL THE O
O TIME THE A KG La. O
Central Trust 2 Savings Bank 2
ROCK ISLAND, ILL. jjj
INCORPORATED UNDER STATE LAW. W
Capital Stock f 100,000. Fear Per Cat latereat raid aa !. Q
C. J. Larkln, H. II. Cleaveland, II. D. Mack, M
J. J. LaVelle. Mary E. Robinson, John Schafr, P
H. E. Castecl. E. D. Sweeney, M. S. Heary, Ijl
L. D. Madge, H. W. Tremanjt H. B. Simmon m
TRUST DEPARTMENT. 6
Estate and property cf all kicd3 are xciaged by thlt depart- fjf
pent. which is kept entirely separate from tne banking fcusiaaes of O
the company. We act as executor of and trustees under Willi, Ad- f
irdnlstrsror. Guardian and Conservator of Estates. A
Receive, and assignee of Insolvent estates, Genert: financial H
Bgfnt for nen residents, women, invalids and otheri. Q
Frank II. Hyde has left for DeKalb,
111., having been called to the bedside
of his venerable mother. Mrs. Henry
W. Hyde. Mrs. Hyde, who has been
visiting at her sister's home in DeKalb,
was stricken with paralysis Saturday
nigh:. A letter shows that the lady is;
in a very critical condition. fer when
thi letter was written, Sunday evening.
she had not yet recovered conscious
ness. Mrs. Hyde has been a resident
ef Moline for the last 2 I years, having
settled in the city in 1S71 with her
husband, the late Henry W. Hyde, for
a number of years agent of the Amer
ican Express ceunpany here-. She is
more than 7o years of age.
Next Meeting Here.
Mediae's delegation has returned
from the convention of Swedish Sing-
rs in Chicane), the session having
e dosed Sunday with a picnic and open
air concert. Publication jf a monthly
musical journal, te be known as The
Musical News, will be undertaken bj
the American Union of Swedish Sing
ers. and will deal with all musical ac
tivity, not alone that of the Swedes
The next joint festival of the union
will be held in New York city four
years hence. The eastern division wil
me-ct for its biennial festival in Provi
de-nce. It. I., in I'.Ut", and the western
Bookings at Wagner.
Soon again will the people of Molint
have an opportunity of witnessing
plays at the Wagner opera heuse. The
eip. ning date has been set for Aug. 11
and Uncle Josh Spruceby will be upon
the boards. Manager R. W. Hami!tr
will have the opera house overhauled
and the necessary improvements made
He has booked several good troiipei
for the month of August and will con
tinue' with good ones throughout the
season. His idea is to give the people j
the best shows possible and here are?!
the other bookings for the remainder
of the month: Aug. 14. Dr. Jekyll and
Mr. Hyde; Aug. 17 Aristocratic
Tramp: Aug. 2. Missouri Girl; Aug.
27 Tw:o Little Waifs; Aug. 2S. That
Little Swede. Notwithstanding the
erection, of the now theatre a full ef
fe ring of bookings will be carried out
ar tne vagner uum mt- uc jmj..--
IN THE SUBURBS.
Greatly in Demand.
Nothing is more in demand than a
medicine which meets modern require
ments for a blood and system cleanser,
such as Dr. King's New Life Pills.
They are just what you need to cure
stomach and liver troubles. Try them.
At Hartz &. Ullemeyer's drug store. 25
A wheelman's tool bag isn't cemplfte
without a bottle of Dr. Tfcomai Eckc
tric Oil. Heals cuts, bruises, ETing3.
tprclns. Monarch over pain.
Bowling, July 25. Mr. and Mrs. Ed
ward Wangelin and family spent Sun
day with the latter's parents, of Milan.
Alfred Werner visited with Mr. and
Mrs. Dudley Devoe, of Sears. Saturday.
A sociable was helel at George Lit
tle's, near Taylor Ridge?, Thursday ev
ening, July 20.
Miss Ivy Ellis is staying at Mr. and
Mrs. Crawford's, in Edgingtem.
He'iiry Peggess. of Reck Island, is
visiting C. B. Ellis and family this
Mr. Prince, of Moline, was in the
country looking at his faint this week.
Mr. and Mrs. Minor Curtis visited in
Sears with Mrs. Curtis' parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Tindall.
Mrs. Winharl and son Henry, of
Rock Island, visited with Mr. and Mrs.
D. Theimas and familv.
DOCTORS INDORSE HERPICIDE
Because Its Formula Is Submitted to
Alexander McMillan, M. D., a promi
ment physician of Lansing. Mich.,
writes: "On three cases I have tested
Herpieide for dandruff and the result
has been all that cenild be desired."
Herpieide is made upon an entirely
new principle, that is, that dandruff
and falling hair are caused from a
microbe that infests the hair bulb. and.
'ty destreying the microbe, one's hair
is bound to grev luxuriantly. Herpi
eide is the only hair remedy that
claims to and really docs destroy the
dandruff germs. Sold by leading elrug
ists. Send 10 cents in stamps for
sample te the Herpichlo ceunpany, De
troit. Mich. T. H. Thomas, special
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diar
This remedy Is certain to be needed
:n almost every home before the sum
mer Is over. It can always be de
pended upon even In the most severe
md dangerous cases. It is especially
valuable for summer disorders in chll
iren. It is pleasant to take and never
fails to give prompt relief. Why not
uy it new? It may gave life. For
iale by all leading druggists.
Through Scenic Colorado one way; the
other via Portland, the Fair and the
Great Northwest. Round trip
Going and returning via direct scenic
routes, with choice of sleeping car ser
vice through to San Francisco or Los
GET DETAILS OF
F. A. RIDDELL, Agent.
Old 'Phone, West 680. New 'Phone, 6170.
ROCK ISLAND SAVINGS BANK
ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
incorporated Under the State Law. 4 Per Cent Interest Paid on
Money Loaned om Personal Collateral or Real Estate Security.
J. M. Buford. President.
H. r. Hull. Vice r resident.
I Greenawalt. Cashier.
Began tha business July S. IXIft.
and exrupl" 8. E. corner of Mitch
ell Lynde's bulldioa;.
Dl HECTOR 9
R. U. Cable.
William H. Part.
II. r. Hull.
K. W. Hurst,
J. M, BuforC
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A Certainty Not an Experiment
Has given perfect satisfaction for over fifty
years. It does not harm the hands or clothes
leaves a pleasant odor. It is a soap that
is irreproachable and recommends itself.
Every atom cleanses.
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