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THE ARGUS, THURSDAY, MAY 24, 1906.
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satisfy vou that it will produce hair, and do it quickly, or
send this ADVERTISEMENT to us v. !th ten cents in stamps or e.ilver to pay postage,
and will send you a l.irge sample bv return mail. The samples we jr.ive are large
enou"U to produce beneficial results, in many cases bciiu; .--uough to stop bad casts
cf Lair f-lliuer andstart thehairtor;rovir!f ajMin. NOW on sale atalldiiisist three
sizes, 25c, 50c, S 1 .GO per bottle. KNOWLTON DANDEKINK CO.. Cixcago.
FOR SALE AND 6U1'" ''TED BY HARPER HOUSE PHARMACY.
At Factory Prices.
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All sizes. Another carload on hand.
Springs is 6,000 feet above sea level. There are many other resorts of the same altitude
4 At any of them there is an abundance of oxygen and you note the decrease of air pres
sure and increase in. number and size of red corpuscles in the blood science has shown to be
due to elevation,
1 A few weeks spent in Colorado makes your blood redder, your complexion rosier you
are permanently fortified against attacks of disease germs.
DO YOU KNOW that you can spend two weeks in Colorado comfortably, at small cost ?
4 There are hundreds of hotels and boarding houses at which you can live at from $6 to
$7 per week and upward. The people of Colorado want you to know how enjoyable and
beneficial a vacation at her mountain resorts will be.
4 We will send you full information about Colorado resorts and how to reach them, with
a list of hotels and boarding houses, with rates. A postal card addressed as below will bring
you such information free.
Colorado Information Office, 800 Seventeenth St., Denver. Colo.
OR F. H. PLUMMER, C. P. A., ROCK ISLAND.
When In Doubt
Health Is life's greatest luxury. If you
Davenport's most successful specialist
men and women.
3 IhWS iAiATSCSCaA
DR. WALSH CURES WHEN OTHERS
RERTOCS DEBILITY, sleeplessness, weakness of men. falling memory,
mental delusions, catarrh, dyspepsia, asthma, bronchitis, blood ' dlieMM
- scrofula, piles and kidney diseases.
WOMES suffering from nervous exhaustion, headache, backache, consti
pation, neuralgia,, palpitation of the heart, or any other disease peculiar
to the sex should consult Dr. Walsh, and get the benefit of his. vast ex
perience. YOU KXOW that Dr. Walsh Is the only specialist who ever remained In
the tri-cities over two years. You also know that he has been located in
Davenport 11 years. You must know that Dr. Walsh remains permanent
ly because he cures his patients.
- VIBltATIOX AJID EliECTIHCIT Y. Twenty years' experience has made
Dr. Walsh a master of these methods of curing chronlo diseases. He uses
all forms of electricity, including Faradism. Galvanism. Cataphoresls,
Sinusoidal. Strtlc and High Frequency Currents.
VARICOCELE ts a frequent cause of nervous and physical decline. Why
treat months with others when we can positively cure you in from one t
DR. WALSH'S PRICES FOR TREATMENT ARE WITHIN THE
REACH OF ALL.
' TTTE O.UESTIOW OP YOTJR HEALTH Is a vital one, therefore you cannot
afford to place your case in the hands of those who have had little or no
practical exper'ence in the treatment of chronic diseases..
DR. WALSH'S larpre private practice aud extensive experience ss snr-geon-in-chief
of St. Anthony's hospital, together with the fs.ct that he
has cured hundreds who were pronounced incurable by others during -the
11 year he has been located In Davenport, proves conclusively that
be is the specialist that you should consult if you want to get well.
ONLY CURABLE CASES TAKEN.
Best of references and credentials. If you cannot call, write. Hun
dreds cured by maLL .
Hours 9 to 12 a. m., 2 to 5 and 7 to 8 p. m.; Sundays. 11:80 to 1:M
- n. m. Office. 124 West Third street. McCullouga building. Davenport. Is.
Milton Junction, VT1.. Jan. 23. 1901.
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Dial are not absolutely genuine ar,erUBlnu nou week tuy hair
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K DO YOU KNOW that if
1 ascend 5,000 feel in a balloon,
creased atmospheric pressure will
I a striking and permanent increase
and size of red corpuscles in your
a. . a t
blood and the hemoglobin which they contain, nemo
glob in is the part of the blood through which you absorb
oxygen the life sustainer and rejuvenator.
1 Denver. Colo., is over 5,000 feet, and Colorado
Consult the Bes
want health, consult Dr. Walsh,
in Chronic, Nervous Diseases of
DR. J. E. WALSH.
Formerly of Chicago,
St. Anthony's Hospital.
Young College President.-One of the
youngest college presidents in the Uni
ted States, if not the youngest, is Pro
fessor Chsrles If. Bowman, eon of J.
R. Bowman, superintendent of the Clin
ton public schools, and formerly of
Davenport. Mr. Bowman was chosen
president of the faculty of the Butte,
Mont., school of mines recently.
Husband Told Her She Would Die.
Because her husband caused her great
mental pain and anguish by frighten
ing her while she lay ill, Mary J. Gees
man has filed a petition for a divorce
from William Ceesman. Mrs. Gees
man says that on March 8 of this year
she fell on a sidewalk and was injured
!-x that she was forced to remain abed.
In spite of this, however, according to
tae petition, Mr. Ceesman came home,
:md sitting on his wife's bed, proceed
ed to torture her by telling her she
would never recover, but on the con
trary, was about to die. Mrs. Geosman
in addition charged general cruel and
Accused Wife Seeks Divorce. Ida
Undeiiiolt of LeClaire. lirst accused
of attempting to kill her husband by
mixing poison in his food, then bound
over to the grand jury for the offense
only to be released without having a
bill returned against her, has insti
tuted divorce proceedings. The suit
is an interesting one. not alone be
cause of the alleged attempt at murder,
but also because of the contents of
the instrument on file. Mrs. Tiulerholt
says that she was married to Elex
Undcrholt in LeClaire on dan. 2:1. 1U02.
and lived to get her wiih him at that
lime for less than a year, they hav
ing separated on Dec. lt. lii2. How
ever, on Feb. S. 1901, Mr. Underholt
rotnrnu.l Ijrwl H villi With Ms WlfQ fOT
I Ill 11V M - - ' -' - . - - .
a few days only. It is at this time that
;he alleged attempt to poison was said
to have taken place. Mrs. Underholt
says that her husband has treated her
cruelly and has failed to provide her
with suitable clothing and food.
Scottish Rite Sessions Open. The
reunion of the four co-ordinate bodies
of the Scottish Rite of Freemasonry of
Davenport opened at the Masonic tem
ple yesterday and will continue until
Burlington Machinists Coming. The
local Machinists' union. No. oSS, is
planning to tntertain a large delega
tion of machinists from Burlington
who will come to Davenport on an ex
cursion on Decoration day. May SO.
The machinists have chartered a spe
cial train over the Hock Island, to
leave Burlington at S o'clock in the
morning, arriving in Davenport during
the forenoon. The return train will
leave Davenport for Burlington at 7
Caught Runaway Girls. Tiring of
the monotony of home life and seeking
excitement and some of the txperienc-
You See the
Come to our store next Sat
urday afternoon and evening,
May 26, with this picture ana
show us the mother-in-law and
we will present you with a full
size bottle of phonograph and
sewing machine oil. Also lubri
cates typewriters, guns, etc.
This offer holds good only with
persons over 16 years of age or
over, and only while our supply
holds out. We have a large sup
ply, but would advise you to
S. W. BOWLBY, MANAGER.
Opposite Illinois Theatre, Rock
r ' Stf
es of an irresponsible mode of livlaj,
two- young girls, aged 14 and 16 years,
came to this city last week. They en
joyed over four days of uninterrupted
pleasure until, Tuesday afternoon, they
were picked up on Brown street by
Officer Mundt. They gave their names
as Edna Mahan and Jennie Melvin.
They belong in Clinton, Iowa, aiul
Sheriff Moran of Clinton county came
to this city and took the girls back to
Children Out of School; Fined.
William Wright, arrested the second
time for failure to send his children to
school, was fined the limit. $20 and
costs this morning by Justice Hall. Not
paying the fine, the prisoner was sent
to jail for 5 days.
STATEMENT BY GOV. DENEEN
UPHOLDS PRIMARY LAW
(Continued from Page One.)
The objection that they will not do so
was urged against the sentimental vote
for United States senator when that
provision was inserted in the bill which
was declared unconstitutional. But ev
erybody now recognizes the fact that
such a vote will be binding, as it Is in
all those states which have such laws.
Publicity, here as elsewhere, will pre
vent indirection and manipulation.
(i). No provision regarding instruc
tions for county officers was made, in
order to allow those counties which de
sired to nominate county officers by
plurality vote to do so.
(j). The law provides that there
shall be no alternates or proxies, va
cancies being filled by the delegates
from the district. No one can act as
an officer of a convention who is not
a delegate, and the chairman of each
convention shall be elected by roll call.
Credentials are issued by tho county
clerk and the county court determines
contests before the convention con
venes. This prevents manipulation by
the committee on credentials and abol
ishes the contesting delegation.
In n I'ouipromiMe.
The law is a compromise. In the
general assembly there are five classes
First Those who favored the nom
ination of county officers only by a
plurality vote, not permitting the
names of any other candidates to be
placed upon the official ballot.
Second Those who favored the nom
ination of all candidates by plurality
vote, abolishing all conventions.
Third Those who favored the direct
nomination of such candidates as re
ceived a high plurality vote 35 per
cent was named otherwise, nomina
tions to be made by convention.
Fourth Those who favored direct
nominations by a majority vote; other
wise, nominations to be made by con
vention. Fifth Those who favored a uniform
date for primaries and a uniform date
for conventions, leaving the manage
ment of the primaries and conventions
to the judgment of the several county
committees, as at present in 96 coun
ties of the state.
A compromise was effected upon the
basis of instructing the delegates by
plurality vote, but requiring a majority
of the delegates to nominate.
It will be seen from the facts stated
that the present law goes beyond the
pledges of the party platform, beyond
the law which was declared unconsti
tutional, and is a long step in advance
m primary legislation.
While the bill is not an ideal primary
law, it will appear from reading it that
much of the criticism to which it has
been subjected is unfounded and that
the bill is in fact a meritorious meas
ure and will grow in the popular con
fidence as the people become familiar
with its operation. This bill represents
the best compromise that could be ef
fected of the different views represent-
3a m the general assembly.
C, B. & Q. Railway.
$5.00 to St. Paul-Minneapolis and
return on May 19. Return limit May
C, M. & St. P. Excursion Rates.
Homeseekers tickets on sale the
first and third Tuesday in each month
to points in Iowa, Minnesota, North
and South Dakota and to other home
seekers' territory. For further infor
mation 'pfcone or call at any C, M. &
St. P. office.
One Fare Plus One Dollar, Chicago to
Boston and Return via New York
or Direct Route.
The Lake Shore will sell on May 31
to June 9, inclusive, tickets to Boston
and return at above rate. Return limit
by deposit, July 15. Stopover of 10
days at New York on return trip on
tickets reading via New York. Write
M. S. Giles, T. P. A., Chicago. War
ren J. Lynch, Passenger Traffic Man
Tho C, M. & St. P. offers first class
train service to Chicago and Kansas
City, from the trl-cities, sleeping car
reservations made to any point desir
ed. For further information 'phone any
of their offices.
Very Low Rates to Boston Via Lake
One fare plus one dollar for round
trip. Good going June 2, 3, 4, and 5,
return limit by- extension June CO.
Write M. S. Giles, T. P. A. Chicago for
full particulars. Warren J. Lynch,
passenger traffic manager, Chicago.
Very Low Rates to Boston,
Via Niagara Falls. The Michigan Cen
tral will sell ticEets, Chicago to Bos
ton, and return at greatly reduced rates
Fell from Roof. John Kemp, Jr.
fell from the roof of a building at 2 12
Eighteenth street yesterday aud was
quite seriously injured. He Is employ
ed by Ids father, John Kemp, the car
penter, and was engaged in removing
the shingles from the roof of the house
when he slipped and fell. Striking the
ground upon his left arm the member
was broken in a very painful manner.
The ambulance was called immediate
ly and he was conveyed to his home,
1837 Thirteenth avenue.
Albert Ed Wins Out. Albert Ed. the
;epublican candidate for alderman in
the First ward, was elected by a plural
ity of five at tne special election held
Tuesday to fill the vacancy caused b
the recent death of Alderman Lund
quist. The vote, when counted, show
ed the following results: For Ed, rep.
250 votes; for Hansen, peo., 245 votes,
for Ilintz, soc, 28 votes.
Invalid Brought Horns. Arthu:
Skogh, the local musician has beer,
brought home from Texas by his moth
er. Miss Hattie Skogh Is also home
Arthur is thin, but otherwise looks bet
ter than many of his friends expected
The plan is "to give him a change ol
climate, and the earnest hope of hii
friends is that he will be restored to
health through the change.
Old Horseshoer Quits Business. An
nouncement is made of the sale b;
N. R. Ziegler of his horseshoeing bus
iness to h's longtime assistant, Waltei
J. Peterson. The change is effectivt
June 1 when Mr. Peterson will takt
over the business and continue it it
the location in which Mr. Ziegler haf
been established for so many years.
Mr. Ziegler will retire and take things
quietly for some time.
De Pape-Styvart. Yesterday morn
Ing at 9 o'clock Miss Cora Styvart and
Peter De Pape were married by the
Rev. Father Kelly at St. Mary's church.
A number of friends were present to
wirness the ceremony. The couple
were attended by Miss Rose Styvart
and Mr. DeCassel. The groom is a
molder and is employed at one of the
local shops. Thy will make their
home on Third street and Nineteenth
Old Resident Dies. Matthias Ham
ler. one of the old German residents of
this city, and a veteran woodworker,
was called to his rest yesterday. Death
overtook the venerable man after a 12
weeks' illness due to old age, at the
home of his daughter, Mrs. Gcorgo J.
Reeves, 2228 Sixth avenue, where he
has made his home for some time. Mr.
Hamler was born in Germany Nov. 9.
1S15, and came to America in 1S52.
He settled at Marietta, Ohio, and came
to this city in 1SC4. He was a wood
worker by trade and was employed at
the Rock Island arsenal when the pail
factory was located there. His wife
preceded him to the grave in 1903.
Three children survive. They are.
George W., and Mrs. Reeves of this
city and Frank P. of Kansas City.
from May 31 to June 9. inclusive. For
complete information call on or address
L. D. Heusner. general western pas
senger agent, 236 Clark street, Grand
Pacific hotel building. Chicago. W. J.
Lynch, passenger traffic manager.
$12.65 to Louisville, Ky., and Return.
On June 11 to 13 the Rock Island
will sell round trip tickets to Louis
ville at rate of one fare plus 25 cents.
Tickets good for return to June 23, arid
on payment of 50 cents an extension
can be had limiting tickets to 30 days
from date of sale.
$25 to Boston and Return.
From May 31 to June 9 the Rock Is
land will have on sale round trip tick
etc to Boston at rate of one fare plus
$1 for round trip. For full information
call at city ticket office, 1829 Second
Chicago to Buffalo, N. Y.
and return, via Nickel Plate road, at
one fare plus 25 cents for the round
trip. Tickets will be sold from Chi-
L . ,l.i.
sTTTILLIAM MALLORY is eight
W years old and lives in a Georgia
town of less than 15,000 people.
Within eiP'ht months this eieht
year old boy made enough
to buy himself a house and lot
which bring him in nearly
$100.00 a year rent.
Think about this you
boys of 12 and 15 who
complain that you don't have enough spending
money! You boys who can "do things," who want to
make money, who want to learn how to do business!
f C YfClIll XUU same time help you to become good sales
men good business men. Some of our boys make $15.00 a week.
Think of what you could do with $15.00 a week ! It wouldn't take you
long to get that camera, or bicycle, or horse, or even a house snd lot.
We give the first supply of POSTS free so that it costs you nothing
to start. J There are many prizes besides the regular commissions
camping parties, tours, college courses snd cash prizes. If you aro
one of the boys who mean to succeed in life we want you to write us.
i The Curtis Publishing Company.
Buckeye 1-2 inch, 3-ply.
Wetmore 3 4 inch, 4-p1y.
Carabao 3-4 inch, 3-ply.
High Pressure, 3-4 in., 3-ply
Bengal 3-4 inch, 3-ply.
Electric 3-4 inch, the hose
made to last.
Prices From 10c to 18c per Foot.
Channon ($1 Oufva,
112 West Seventeenth Street.
cago, June 9, 10, and 11, with return
limit of June 25. Particulars at Nickel
Plate office. 113 Adams street, room
2G8, Chicago, 111.
"When I was a druggists, at Livonia,
Mo.," writes T. J. Dwyer, now of Grays
ville. Mo., "three of my customers
were permanently cured of consump
tion by Dr. King's New Discovery, and
are well and strong today. One was
trying to sell his property and move
to Arizona, but after using New Dis
covery a short time he found it un
necessary to do so. I regard Dr. King's
New Discovery as the most wonderful
medicine in existence." Surest cough
and cold cure and throat and lung heal
er. Guaranteed by Hart & Ullemeyer,
druggists, 50c and $1. Trial bottle
Made in New York
A FANCY waistcoat gives a dash of bright-
ness to a man's attire.
I Except for extremely formal wear
when a light colored double breasted waist
coat is worn with a frock coat single breasted waist
coats, made from llannel and wash fabrics will bo
worn thi3 season by the best dressed men of New
& Co. are
nators of many of the most distinctive
will be popular this season-
Correct Clothes for Men
1723 Arch St.. Philadelphia. Pa.
STARTING GALLON HOUSES
Finding Way to BreaJ Drouth in Mc
The drouth is getting sb fierce in
the lower end of this congressional
district, owing to the various towns
having voted to- go dry that two gal
lon houses have been started in the vi
cinity of Colchester, McDonough coun
ty, and another one is promised. Tem
perance advocates are indignant and
assert that If the law does not provide
a way to get rid of the obnoxious li
quor dispensaries they may take mat
ters into their own hands.
It's folly to suffer from that horrible
plague of the night itching piles.
Doan's Ointment cures quickly and per
manently. At any drug store, 50 cents.
-You Know LV
EXCLUSIVE AGENT HERE.