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THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 23, 1005.
Very few tiros stores give the
prottttion to their customers
that we do. Our Resorcln Tonic
is only one of the many prepara
tions we make and absolutely
We know now our Resorcin
Tonic Is made. We know what
It will do. If our Resorcin Tonic
fails to cure your dandruff or
stop your hair from falling, we
will refund your money.
We have two 'phones, both in
H. O. Rolfs, Dispensing Chemist.
Phones W71 or C071.
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7ANTS GAME HERE
Rockford High School Eleven
Figures it Would Decide
Pa.; Miss AHe. New York; J. Hares,
Denver, Col.; J. Meerchlll. Augusta.
Maine: F. Marden. Burlington, Vt.; E.
De Wolfe, Richmond, Va.; EL Jewell,
New York; B. May, Harrisburg, Pa.;
FEW CONTENDERS IN FIELD
Moline Will Match Strength Thanks
giving Day With Springfield.
When You Go
with your wife or sweetheart,
see that you have the right style
hat. That's our business. We
have hats for the long face, fat
face, or the thin face. The smart
new things in shirtsf neck weir
According to the Rockford Gazette,
the high school eleven of that city
wants a game with Rock Island berore
the season ends. It is realized that
Rock Island is a strong bidder for the
state championship after defeating Mo
line. and Rockford desires to meet on
ty first class teams. So far Rockford
has no game either for next Saturday
or for Thanksgiving day.
Moline hich school has taken on
Springfield high school for the Thanks
giving day game. Springfield is coach
ed by Carl Melln. a former Moline boy
and is also an aspirant for state hon
ors. It is heavier than Moline by sev
eral nounds n :r man. The outcome of
the game will be awaited with consid
erable interest here, as with Spring
field put away by Moline, Rock Island
will have to figure only with Rockford
and Rochelle. Rochelle defeated Rock
ford, but the players of the latter city
say they were robbed of the game and
mobbed on the field. Rock Island has
all its dates full and the state cham
pionship seems likely to remain un
settled. (rta Hmtnr.
Efforts of Davenport high school
team to get a game for the coming Sat
urday with some weak eleven to give
practice for the "Thanksgiving day
game with Rock Island have proved
unsuccessful. Savannah and Aledo
were among the places where proposi
tions were sent, but without result.
Will McManus, who has been coaching
the line for Davenport, will not longer
be able to act In that capacity.
NURSE IS WANTED
Caien & Marr, New York; b. Micke-1 Physicians Indorse Proposition of
IS SOON TO BE TAKEN UP"
nolt, New York; Katherine Sargent,
New York: M. Patterson, Minneapolis
Minn.; P. Sternlevey, New York; S. E.
Davis. Philadelphia: C. S. Pierce. De
troit; G. Wilson, Omaha. Neb.; George
Chentt New York; M. Cohen. New-
York; Joe Fox. Chicago: J. H. Brown,
Peoria: F. W. Cole. Peoria; E. A
Smith. Peoria: J. O'Brien. New York;
J. A. Fleming. Pittsburg. Pa.; D. E.
Clarke. Monmouth. 111.; B. M. Gardner,
Cincinnati. Ohio; Thomas Bereman,
S:reator. 111.; F. von Hermann, Chica
go: F. Burns. C. H. Smith. New York;
Miss M. Cooper. Detroit; H. EL Scott,
Dulutb. Minn.: J. W.
York: G. Gordon. Chicago; M. J. El
liott. New York.
Moline and Davenport Both Lead Rock
Island in Work, Supported
By an Organization.
At the Rock Island. (European).
James W. George. Chicago; M. B.
An agitation has been commenced
with a view to the organization of a
Bysner, New I society or association for the purpost
of maintaining a visiting, or as termed
in large cities, district nurse, in Rock
Island. Moline has a visi'ing nurse,
supported by the King's Daughters
and in Davenport the work is carriec"
Modern, New York; F. Laustrum. Chi-Ion under the direction of an organiza
cago; L. H. Weston. Alton: D. F. tion known as the Visiting Nurse as
Scribner, Clinton; the following mem-1 sociatkm. Just what meani will be
bers of "The School Girl" company: I adopted in the movement in Rock Is
L. Pulan and wife. Orlando and Alston, I la nd has not been determined by those
Miss Hall, MacArthur and Rowley, Mr.
and Mrs. Gus Yaughan. Mr. and Mrs.
Nat O'Keefe. Barry Maxwell. Helen
Byrne. Robert White. Miss Davis, W.
P. Keepe. II. O. McKee, Mrs. Gibbons:
George C. Kleinschmitt. Peoria; W. H.
Fullwood. New York; J. M. Byrnes,
Omaha; D. H. Johnson, Freeport; Pa
trick Mahaer. Dubuque; A. G. Delama-
who are interested in the matter.
Work of Y lulling Sumr.
The visiting nurse, as Is generally
known, is what the name implies. Hei
services are given for a short time eact
day to those whose physical conditio?
requires trained skill, but whose finan
cial condition makes the acqulremen:
of such services an Impossibility ex
ter. New ork; fc. t. bcniitz. Beams- cept through the visiting nurse. The
town; S. Major. Chicago: J. M. Cherry, Eurse is m the employ of an organiza
Oswego; F. H. Jenness, Detroit; E. M. tion an(1 reCelves her compensation
Stern, Cleveland; N. E. Ives. Gales- therefrom monthly. She has regulai
burg; J. Glrsch. Clinton; NV. F. White- working hours, generally from 8 in tht
head. Chicago; H. G. Farly. Forbidden morning to G at night, with an houi
I.and company. at noon for lunch. She works unde:
ORGANIZE TO BALK HUM I fcHo charge of the cases, if physicians havt
Mercer County Farmers Resent Liber- The physician is called on a cast
ties Taken by Reckless Nim rods. where the services of a trained nurst
Farmers of Preemption township, are required for a short time each day
Mercer county, have organized to pro-lls m a case of typhoid fever. Tht
ect their premises against hunters. I famny may be unable to hire the serv
who have been swarming over tne ices of a trained nurse, or it may In
ountry from the mining towns of Gil- ,., the nurse's services ore not re
Christ and Wanlock. The hunters have quirtd except for about an hour eacr!
SCORES OF GERMAN TEAMS
Club Bowls at Central Alleys in Regu
The following scores were rolled at
I the Central alleys last evening by the
members of the Rock Island German
Thorns 172 177 203 53.
Rtimers 94 200 1M 484
L. Moeller 155 149 ICS 472
Schoede 128 161 ... 28J
POCK ISLAND, ILL. .
William Motller. 147
Totals 024 C.I
Is what you get when you buy
our home-made candies. Mad
strictly pure with the best of
material. We use a rich dairy
cream instead of caramel paste
In our caramels. There ere none
Try Them at
1716-1718 Second Ave
n. Quick shoe)
hoea Mad to
Boles fcac keel,
nailed ... ..-.75o
Boles a keel.
We make a ipo
tsialty of shoe)
Open from a
a, to f . m.
1608 2d Ave.
At the Harper. J. J. Harrington
Kansas City: F. J. Earnst, Peoria; M.
K. Griffith. St. Louis; G. A. Coake. Ale
do; J. T. Talbot. IVorla; Miss Carrie
Reynolds. Philadelphia; Miss Ray
mond, Miss Harriet Merrith, Miss Lit
;ile Villers. A. Wooley. K. C. Comstock.
New York; E. D. Parker, Cedar Rap
ids: W. K. Kinner, Chicago; G. Mc
Gacben. New York;-'. X. Foyer, Iowa
City; K. Kemp and wife, Des Moines;
E. E. Enrich, Aledo: James McKlnney
Aledo; M. O. Reynolds. Chicago; IL
J. Rickelt. Chicago; Alphone Dur
Philadelphia; D. R. Strain, Peoria; C
O. Whitney. Ohio; R. C. Burchell, Erie;
C. H. Lenaner. New York; R. Baruch
Cleveland; H. A. Smith. Cleveland; G
A. Bechel, Galesburg; E. S. Price, Chi
. a , V v A -
cago; It. C cook, Miiwauuee; v. au
rust Rochester: A. Mendelson, New
York; A. Fenske. Chicago; F. L.. Peter
son, Chicago; M. L. N'ey. Kansas City:
C. B. McDowell, Kansas City; E. Tur
ey. Mt. Pulaski: C. M. Martin. Kansas
City: E. F. Schmidt. Chicago; K. s
VVoolntr. Peoria; R. W. Roberts. Chi
m m v i.. a
cago; lu A. tvunney. .ew ior; a
Rosenfltld, St. Louis; J. P. Boyle, Hor
ence Mass.; J. H. Bert, Denver.
At the Harms I European Miss B.
Stone and mother, New York; W. Llv
ngston. New York; W. Spencer, Bos
ton. Mass.: u. uougiass. Aioany, x
Y.; I). C. More. Buffalo. N. Y.; W. J
Smith. Burlington. Vt.; N. Courtlegan
Baltimore, Md.; I Varr. Philadelphia
claimed the right by virtue of their
state license, to hunt where they
pleased, but the farmers are now re
solved to "show them."
NOTES OF THE RIVER.
Slowlv decreasing stages in the Mis
sissippi will continue from btlow Du
buque to Muscatine.
The Silver Crescent wa the only
boat in lort today.
The stage of water was 4.m all day.
Comprise the Snap
piest Styles andS in-
1 cere tSi?or fjm anship
Backed by the
That Set the Pace for
S12.50, S15. S18. S20. $2y.
Look at Our Overcoats
for Boys. Jl
Ullemeyer L Sterling, Ji
, . ..I i "1.4:
MEN'S AND BOYS OUTFITTERS.
Springfield Gets Gardner.
TI10 Springfield Baseball association
has received word from Secretary Far
rell announcing that Earl Gardner has
Snrincfield association put in a claim u 'uc '""r1
to him some time ago. The drafting
season opened Monday and as there
was no dispute about him he was
Lawrence Shaffer Improves.
Word from Abingdon brings news
that liwrence Shaffer, the football
player injured recently in a game at
that place, is in a fair way to recover.
It was thought for a time that he could
not get well. He is a son of Rev. G. O.
Shaffer, a well known Methodist min
ister, now located at Aledo.
Our Failure In Japan.
There Is a widespread delusion that
the rise of Japan means the beginning
of American trade ascendency in the
Orient. Official records, however,
show that our exports to Japan have
been gradually declining, while those
from Asia were vastly increasing.
There is also a delusion that to cure
a weak stomach you must resort to
dieting and thus starve yourself. Up-
to-date people, however, know differ
ent. They always keep a bottle of
Hostetter's Stomach Bitters In the
house, and at the first sign of any ail
ment of the stomach, liver or kidneys
take a few doses, with the result that
they are always healthy. This is a
good plan for every sick person to
adopt. It cures headache, nervousness
biliousness, constipation, indigestion,
dyspepsia, sleeplessness, chills, colds,
or malaria. Don't fail to try It.
day. and to hire a trained nurse at $2t
a week would be unnecessary. Thi
physician calls up the visiting nurse
tells her of the patient's condition
and gives directions as to the treat
mrnt of the case. Another surgeon ha:
perhaps a minor operation to perform
which is not a hospital case. The vis
iting nurse is called to assist in tlw
(nilorwrtl by 1'hj ni'-lnuM.
The objtct sought by those agitating
the matter is a worthy one. as it com
bines charity and home mission work,
and provides to the people of thjB city
able services which often they are un
able to provide themselves. It hat
been presented to many of the physi
clans of the city, all of whom approve
Particularly those phy
sicians whose practice is to a large
extent among the poorer classes favor
he project, as they have seen from
experience the need of such an institu
ion, and the benefits which will re
sult. The idea has been presented to
some of the church organizations, and
on all sides meets with the highest ap
When the time comes for definite
action in securing the means to organ
ize and maintain such an institution, i.
will undoubtedly meet with approval
and material assistance on all sides.
It is expected that steps will soon be
taken to put In definite form the gen
erai plans formulated by those who
are heading the movement to secure
for Rock Island a visiting nurse.
RETURN FROM TWIN CITIES
Mrs. Graves Not Fully Recovered from
Injury from Faff.
Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Graves returned
'ast evening from St. Paul and Miune
polis, where they spent the greater
lart of the summer with their son and
ther relatives. Mrs. Graves, it will
e remembered, met with an accident
tbout two months ago while viewing
he state capitol building at St. Paul.
She slipped and fell, sustaining a frac
ure of the hip. Owing to her age, the
injury is more serious and she has
not yet recovered from its effects. She
was removed from the train to the
home of her son, F. A. Graves, Six
teenth street and Eleventh avenue.
"Cure the cough and save the life
Dr. Wood's Norway Pine Syrup cures
coughs and colds, down to the very
verge of consumption.
J. M. BUFORD
The old fire and time com pan
lee represented. Rates a low
as any company can afford.
YOUR PATRONAGE IS
helps hottsekeepecQ mosc than
any othea article In the
household. Its ose protects
the health of the cMdrco.
RELIEF CORPS IS INSPECTED
Mrs. Lettie Nicholson Finds Organiza
tion in Fine Condition.
Mrs. little Nicholson, of Kewanee,
state Inspector of the Women's Relief
corps, was in the city "yesterday after
noon and conducted an inspection of
John Buford Relief corps, No. C at
Memorial hall. She found everything
In perfect order and paid the ladies
high compliment for their effective
work. On invitation of the command
er. Mrs. Ella Godfrey, Congressman
EWct James McKlnney and Senator
L. S. McCabe visited the corps and de
livered short addresses after their re
turn from Rock Island arsenal. There
were about 150 ladies in attendance.
Plan Nebraska League.
Omaha. Neb.. Nov. 23. An eight
town baseball league, to be known as
the Nebraska State League of Baseball
Clubs, is being organized, including
the following towns: Grand Island
Hastings. Kremont, Norfolk. Mahoo
Crete, Kearney and Columbus.
Cantillon Operated Upon.
Ies Moines. Iowa. Nov. 23. It de
veloped, almost too late, that Joe Can
tillon was not suffering from poison
ing, as suspected, in his recent illness
and a hasty operation was ail that sav
ed the life of the baseball manager
He is now resting easily and will be
removed from Wisconsin to Milwaukee
within a few days.
Licensed to Wed.
Henry Bopeiler Kewanee
Marie Driessens Kewanee
Henry Bowers Rock Island
Anna Flambo Davenport
Thomas J. Schafer Watertown
Bertha E. Derrick Bowling
Clarence Huston Rock Island
Bessie Whiteline Rock Island
Bruce Hardy Logan, Iowa
Mrs. Pearj Houston Ohio. II!
Charles O. Russell Davenport
Josephine Norton Davenport
Daniel W. Crenshaw Ottawa
Carrie A. Noack Brookfleld
August C. Kuu Oakfield
Wilhelmina Heitmann Rock Island
The Natural I,Axativo
"Water was awarded the
Grand P-l.e at the St.
Ijouis Imposition, lOOl,
for Its 1" -i y and Ksi-el-lencc.
liasy lo take;
Easy In action Ease for
all (stomach ailments.
A cordial invitation is extended to yon to
visit my store. My stork of Holiday Goods
merits your inspection. Especially would I
have yon see my line of silver, including
SPOONS. FANCY DISHES.
FORKS. TEA SETS.
SMS SMS S -
lleadquartern for all
1619 Second Avenue.
And many other pieces .of fine workmanship.
From this list you can certainly select gifts
which will I e a satisfaction not only to tne
recipients but to yourselves.
BY TIIK WAY--EVEX MY SHOW WINDOWS
ARE ATTRACTING UNUSUAL ATTENTION.
The Leading Watchmaker and Jeweler.
1702 Second Avenue 1702
wk. a 4T 1 mjr YkJi o
uon I operva x our noney
For a Big Ash Pile
in tKe Alley.
YOU SAVE 50 CENTS ON EVERY TON OF COAL BY USING. OUR
LA SALLE THIRD VEIN CHUNKS
IT WEIGHS 10 PER CENT LIGHTER THAN WET BANK COAL.
AND PRODUCES MORE HEAT AND LESS ASHES THAN ANYOTH
ER SOFT COAL, AND CONTAINS LESS CLINKERS, SLATE OR
TRY A LOAD AND BE CONVINCED. SOLD ONLY BY
MUELLER LUMBER CO..
BOTH PHONES. TWENTY-FOURTH STREET AND THIRD AVE.
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fMake Your Creditors Happy.
Don't think because a man has a store he always has
plenty of money. It takes money to buy his stock and
then sell it to you on credit and he often needs money
worse than you suspect. Why not get all your outstand
ing accounts in one, pay cash as you go, repay something
each month on your loan and finally be independent of
all. We will loan you what you need on your furniture,
piano, horses, wagons, etc., without removal of the prop
erty or publicity. Amounts from $10 upwards. Let us
quote you rates today and tel you what we can do for
you, if you need money for any purpose whatever.
FIDELITY LOAN COMPANY,
Mitchell & Lynde Block, Room 33,
Office hours 8 a. m. to 6 a. m. and Saturday evenings. Te
phone West 514. Ne telephone 6011.
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