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THE ARGUS, TUESDAY. JANUARY 14. 1908.
Council Fails to Adopt Ordi
nance for Election on $1,000
THEATER MEASURE STANDS
Vote on Liquor Proposition is 10 to 4,
While Reconsideration of Other
Fails by One Vote.
Although the session of the city
council last evening lasted only about
a half hour, the aldermen took action
on two measures, and in both cases
erman Pratt to reconsider the ordin
ance indicated as much, for there
were nine voted for reconsideration, in
eluding that of Alderman McNealy,
who was the only alderman, who op
posed the ordinance when it was adop
ted a week ago. However, according
to parliamentary rule, a vote of two-
I thirds is required to reconsider an or
dinance, and. so the measure stands,
ami five aldermen have lined them
selves against the strong array of pub
lic disapproval of the measure. The
vote on the proposition was as follows:
Ayes Ostrom, Flick, McNealy, Law-
lar. Pratt, Smith, Schniid, Trefz, and
Nays Oberg, Utke, Tuckis, Benson,
The ordinance aims at, or at least
affects, the vaudeville houses, and is
an unfair oppression of the theaters
patronized by the citizens of compara
tively limited means. Such a dlsposi-
the attitude of the council is to the I t,m finds no favor with those who pat-
ublic in the main disappointing to ionize ttiese ineaters, nor win any wno
believe in a fair deal for all concerned.
Before the provisions of the ordin
ance become euecuve it is possible
pter license ordinance failed to secure that a ordinance fixing different
say the least. The motion for a re
consideration of the discriminating the-
a sufficient number of votes, although
nine aldermen favored reconsidering.
The measure is up before Mayor Schaf
fer. The ordinance providing for an elec
tion on the $ 1 ,000 license fee for sa
loons was brought up for adoption, and
the aldermen voted it down, 10 to 4.
In the regular order of business of the
council, the city clerk, early in the
session, presented a number of peti
tions from the different churches of
the city, some signed by Individuals.
and others by the pastor and other
officers and adopted by the church con
fees and repealing the disapproved
measure passed last week, will be in
The consideration of the theater or
dinance was unattended by any of the
pyrotechnics sometimes seen in the
council chamber, although after the
vote had been taken Alderman Mc
Nealy, under the misapprehension that
the vote had carried, endeavored to
shoot off some fireworks. He arose
and declared that he "was hip to the
whole business before it was up," andll,eol'e
he said that when another alderman
had approached him and said, "we can
Bethany Home Protective Asso
ciation Chooses Present
OFFICERS' REPORTS GIVEN
Home Is In Excellent Condition for the
.Coming Year and Its Work
E. Montgomery, Harriett Keator, Mrs.
The financial report showed the fol
lowing amounts received' during the
year: From rummage sale, ?o44.ui;
from boarding of children, $1,239.10:
from first minstrel show, $182. C2; from
Rock Island and Moline minstrel
Report of Secretary.
G. C. Wenger, secretary of the asso
ciation, made his report, substantially
as follows: v 1
"The records of the secretary for
the year 1907, show that no money
was borrowed; that the building debt
was reduced from $2,000 to $1,800; that
all officers and directors elected for the
year served the entire time; that 81
applications were filed to place chil
dren in- the home, and all except 10
The Bethany Home Protective asso
ciation held its annual meeting last
eveiiine at fctie Haruer house. Officers l .
' , i iur i lie LFUi uuai; ut uuamius Liitfiii ieni-
for the coming year were chosen and pora,.ily and of these 52 were accept-
.rlJUlua ui me canons uuieert. 101 ed Twelve were found to be absolutely
the work of the year just closed were unworthy and nine others not in need
elected, as follows:
eight applicants were for temporary
President Mrs. W C. Bennett, Mo- and withdrew their applications.
Vice Presidents Miss Sue C. Denk
mann. Rock Island, and Miss Ada
Secretary George C. Wenger, Rock
Treasurer II. E. Casteel, Rock Is
land. On the board otTiirectors J. B. Oak-
lear ot Moline was elected for oneavojtied
eur to succeed1 aits, j. j. w oncer re
signed, and the following, previously
elected foi one year, were chosen to
continue for the two year term:
McMaster, II. E. Casteel,
gregation at regular services Sunday. ,,,, thjs .ul tlr,t," he had replied, "no,
you have it wrong; you can, perhaps,
but do not, say we." Just as the ahler
man apparently was about to describe
the skeleton in the closet, the mayor
interrupted, indicating to the alder
man that his speech had no bearing on
anything then before the council, as
the motion had lost.
I. intention I'ONHilile.
Mayor Schaffer will be petitioned by
business men to veto the ordinance,
and if this is impossible under the law,
it is possible that the ordinance may
be fought by the theater men, who will
maintain, if the matter gets into the
courts, that the ordinance is an unfair
and discriminating measure.
That it is unfair and discriminates
The petitions were from Broadway
church, signed by 2.1 men and 31 wo
men: two from the First Methodist
church, signed by 23 men and IS wo
men; one adopted by the Memorial
Christian church, congregation; one
adopted by the First Baptist church
congregation; one from the German
Methodist church, signed by 17 men
and 23 women; one from the Spencer
Memorial Methodist church, signed by
13 men and 10 women; and one adopt
ed by the United Presbyterian church
lmrrliOH Ask Delay.
The church petitions asked for delay
in the matter of an election on the
$l,0n0 license proposition, stating that
there is in circulation a petition to
George C. Wenger. J. T. Shields and
"Mrs. W. II. Gest. Rock Island, and G.
W. Gamble and Mrs. E. H. Sleight,
Mrs. W. C. Bennett, the president,
submitted her report for the past year.
when they learned that an investiga
tion would be made as to whether they
were in need of help. Special atten
tion is now directed to complete inves
tigation in each case and it is the in
tention of the association that no child
will be taken where this will result in
the parents separating or giving up
their homes, when it can possibly be
It has also been necessary
to know that no parent who desires to
place a child to board does so with the
view of abandoning such child or ob
taining a free home for him- for an in
definite period after which intending
to obtain possession of said child again.
While such impositions are sometimes
possible it is believed that none have
occurred in the work of the Bethany
Flnaneea for Yenr.
"While very little soliciting was done
AH we ask C nW
isinvesti- ' l!rSne ' in full
gat ion swing
It's the Talk
of the Town
improvements which have been made ""'"'is , " ' ,
at the .home, for which the association tlns amounted to only about $(.O0 i less
iu largely indebted to generous friends
who have liberally donated their time
and means. She stated that, since im
mediate needs have been disposed of,
undivided attention could be given to
the strengthening of the institution it
than those of last year. Mrs. W. W.
Taylor, late in the year did some solic
iting and intends to finish a thorough
canvass as soon cs possible, both in
Rock Island and Moline.
"The disbursements exceed those of
ittee'ast year Dut tnis ,s accounted ..for by
the repairing and painting done at the
home this year. While the different
is the general ouinion. but whether
abolish the saloon in its entirety under th0 e0,irts will hoId it under Qie needs of the larger instituti
the local option laws, and that this is IaWi miiains to be seen, and so far! sieinnti.ed Chnrii
expected to be In shape so that tne ,, ia of throwinsr the ordinance
into the courts is merely a possibility.
Cilven Free Water.
The aldermen, on motion of Alder
man Anderson of the waterworks corn-
self. Toward this end a comm
of practical business men, recently ap-
luiinted Rtiidvins- the conditions of
- o i ... i i , i
Bethany home as compared with sim- cummilw nau hever,u rooms papereu
ilar institutions. The revision of the1 rtUU i"MUU!U "u "UKr .umt:l . ,"'."f
rules governing the home were men
tioned as more readily meeting the
SyNleuint iT.ed Charity.
proposition will be submitted at the
Thus the unusual condition presents
itself of both churches and saloon in
terests urging delay, but with diffe
The regular call of aldermen had"
reached. Alderman Smith, aud none of
the eight aldermen preceding him had
brought up the saloon license election
matter. then Alderman Smith did a
rather- peculiar thing. He called the
ordinance up, and after insisting on a
vote, he moved its adoption in order
to get a chance to vote it down. He
moved the adoption of the ordinance,
and when his name was called, he re-
were improved by donation of individ
ual decorators, the outside painting and
repairing was expensive but necessary
and Mrs. W. H. Gest raised $240 by
Continuing she spoke of the , ays- Lub8Cripttana are shown in the report
of receipts for the year."
Receipt for 1907.
Secretary Wenger reported the fol-
'ematic method which the charitable
vork has taken in Rock Island and
Moline as follows:
"Philanthropy in the twin cities is
EVER such values offered. When we say values THE HUB means
genuine values, no inflated assertions. Our proposition to' you is
this," if our clothing which we offer in this great sle is not better and
sold to you for less than any competitor will offer, you can have your
money back and keep the goods. We offer for Wednesday and all week
the following values: . '
$12 to $15
Suits and Overcoats
$18 to $20 $22.50 to $25
Suits and Overcoats
Suits and Overcoats
Same Reductions in Children's Clothing.
mittee. voted to grant free water eerv- fast being reduced to a system. Each ,uwu'f " , 'l q
ice to the authorities of Rock Island town now boasts a police matron and f"s.. Ada Stephens $-00; b. S.
Tithonv uavis, w; airs. .
arsenal at the Twenty-fourth street! a
M. Atkinson, $200;
n i n AtiArt- r I r- T" l .
i.,c. if TtTt vlnftl V o I hmrwr. ie fAflnm? thA hPTient nf this new H"' - " -
iidi u 1 1 u 1 1 .i c , 1 1 nas v Auiamcu iwai i x' v. -.-.o , I A - T-r mm . . - . T7
,.,ui k ;. Ar,lir of thinfra. In miinv wavs the "num. augiiiers umuu
i vi u i it; v.m triiicutc win utr m u4,,,-t i , , . . A ,
Li- i .v,t . Ar.:,s t U-nrk nf tlisp officials enincldes wltn I "'
i s iiiitiuiei, unu umi in auuuiuu w -,- i -n. r M.i(n.tn. fn.
this reason for making the concession, ours, and as we are coming more and tn. .?1xa0:
the nolice of the citv have the coon- more in touch with these loyal co M Julia Rosenfield, $.0 Mrs C
e,,ti , of .hp nrien-1 ei.nrda in varl- workers we find the way opening ennec . it. u. & wcaue. o.
ous ways, and that this is proving of wneretiy we
ronsiriornhle nssistanee tr the nolice. I "ClptUl
WiiuIm (twl fur lln.-k.
Men's single trousers reduced.
Your choice of any necktie in
the store 40c.
Men's fine Dress Shirts, white
excluded (1 quality, now 78c.
Men's $1.25 Shirts now $1.
Men's 50c and 75c Shirts 45c.
75c Jersey Flannel Shirts 40c.
$1 Jersey Flannel Shirts 80c.
may become mutually
Barnard & Leas, $50; Easter Cantata,
$45.10; S. S. Davis, $35; L. S. McCabe,
'To this end and with the hearty i w. H. ftiarsuaii...ao; r- w. nurse.
hr.-ivni r tho imrrl nf dirtors nnd l. KOCK isianci-.MOime municipal oau
Alderman McNealy brought up the " ,.a1 nn -t nt 1ho ftffiin,Jgame. $31.95: Dorcas Circle. Kings'
sponded "Xo." There were 10 alder- cpn'stion of the discontinuation of tne I themselves they have been appointed Daughters. $25; Mrs. J. F. Robinson
men voting against the ordinance, four
voting for the measure, the vote bein:
all night service on the Blue line, s.n-,1
on his motion a committee to consist
of the mayor, city attorney, -and the
AyesOsirorn, Anderson, Oberg, and chairman of the street and alley and
Nays Benson, Holzliammer, Iiwler,
Pratt, Smith. Schniid, Trefz, McNealy,
Frick, and Utke.
The vote on the measure passed si
lently, none of the aldermen going
into any discussion of the measure, nor
of the protests received from th
churches, and none of the spectators
making any remarks on the matter,
There was an air of solemnity in the
loom, and an intense interest was evi
dent while City Clerk Rudgren called
and tallied the vote.
tnxlnt on In JunI !-.
During the week eight aldermen
changed their views on the ordinance
changing the license fee of the thea
ters to $25 for each loo performances.
At least the vote on the motion of Ald-
iinance committees, be instructed tc in
terview General Manager Lardner and
urge the restoration of the service.
memhprs of a snecial advisory Com-I-3' '-"dries nitnugn, .i. ji.
mittee with whom we may in future Gould, $25; Cooper company, $25; Mrs.
discuss the many problems which con- i- wauswonn, ?o; hock lsianu
front us in carrying on the philan- ks. is; k. h. i.uyer, i:; airs. Keen,
thronic work of this community." $10; J- U and J. B. Oakleaf, $15; L.
m it a. m i . i . 1 a .
it. rr.n.ii.cir.u ciio cimoi! thnt iha ns. I unauman. I-U I. 13. I. C1UO. i: A.
citin ic ctnrtinir tho flow war iiiU- Murrai. 510; airs. oest. Jio; u. c
WORK AT Y. M. G. A.
Reports Submitted at Meeting
Last Evening Indicate
YEAR'S COMMITTEES NAMED
The committee was also urged by al-1 excellent condition, giving reason forWenser, $10; Vestment Guild Trinity
dermen from the west end to endeavor
to secure the service to the west end
terminal, instead of Fifteenth street
l-'avor IMioue Ordinance.
A communication was received from
local union No. 10!). urging favorable
action by the council cn the proposed
ordinance of the Union Electric Tele
phone and Telegraph company,
The council will hold a meetings of
the committee of the whole tonight
to consider this ordinance.' General
Manager H. H. Bratt intended to have
a set of automatic instruments to dem
onstiate to the council the workings
of tho automatic exchange system, but
has been unable to secure the appar
atus. The device will be exhibited as
soon as the instruments can be se
A committee from the Business Men's
association will be present to express
the sentiments of the association, as
voted Sit a meeting last evening
rpnt fiieniirao-enient and extended her cnurcm, $0; lMlzaDein HUlUOOn a;
cordial thanks to those who had labor- Ln L.. Ostrom. $&; William Payne. o;
prl lovnilv to hrinsr ahout such a stand- John H. Cooper, $5; A. Mosenfelder.
Greater Efforts for Remainder of the
Winter Urged by Secretary In
crease in Athletics.
The January meeting of the board of
$5; Reddig and company, $5; Dewend
Report of Matron. ivusciimann company, a; jmuor absu- directors of the Y. M. C. A. was held
tho ntmn Mica I elation. Broadway church, 5j; bewin
Of the Reliable Sort Only at Our
If you need spectacles, eye
glasses, opera or field glasses,
eye glass clips, chain guards, or
expert repairing don't hunt up
a bargain counter it's time and
Buy of our reliable kinds and'
get an honest return for your
Full line of automobile and auto
cycle goggles here.
1702 Second Avenu.
The renort of
VfpHn Smith Rhnwwl that th work of society. Spencer Memorial church.
the institution was large during the $2.15; Dr. Bergland, $Z; H. C. bcuaiier,
year, though two dull months prevail- $2 Dewey camP. R'31 Neighbors of
ed on account of epidemic. The report America. $2; Dr. Bernhardi, $2; Mrs.
contained the following statistics: R- Taylor, $2; David Don, $1, Otto
Number of children in the home at Rudert. $1; Mrs. W. S. Rhoads, $1;
the beginning of 1907, 25 boys and 16 I Mrs. J. Mirtielct. i; Mrs. J. l. layior.
girls; boys received during the year. $1: Dr. Sala, $1 : Dr. Freytag, $1 ; Anna
28; girls received, 24; boys placed in e-cknart. $1; bricK itoimer. i; m. t
iv., $i; Mrs. s. u staitoru, i; ur.
Bickel, $1 ; C. W. Foss, $1 : Dr. Wright,
$1; Dr. McCandless, $1; Sunday
school., 20 cents and anonymous, 25
and 50 cents. 1
homes, 8; girls placed in homes, 9;
boys returned to their parents, 21;
girls returned to their parents, C;
children cared for during the year, 53
boys, 40 girls; number of children at
the close of the year, 20 boys, 18 girls;
overage number of weeks spent by
each child in the home, 21; number
of deaths, none; infants given tem
porary care, 4 ; visits made by matron.
121; visits out of town made, 2, to Coal
Valley and Cambridge.
The donations received during the
at the association rooms last night.
Reports of Secretary A. I Burnett and
Physical Director Franks were receiv
ed and various routine matters consid
ered. The resignation of J. G. Hazard
as a member of the board was received
In his report Secretary BurnetFWg
ed energetic work on the part of the
committee in charge of the meq's Sun
day meetings. A number of large
meetings to be held in the association
auditorium were announced as proba
ble events during the coming two
months. .The average number of at
tendance at the noon meetings at the
plow company shops, held once a week,
But One Ticket in Field for Directors I was given at 25, and at the sash and
CtUB MEMBERS ELECTING
of Rock Island Club.
The annual election of the members
of the Rock Island Club is being held
todays the polls being open from 1
Industrial Commission Has Several
Matters Pending Which May End
to City's Advantage.
With the improvement of business
conditions throughout the country, the
Rock Island Industrial commission has
had submitted to it several proposi
tions, which are now under consider
ation. The negotiations now under
way may result in developments of
considerable Interest and advantage to
Rock Island. The commission is at
work on a number of propositions, and
while nothing definite has as yet been
determined, gratifying conclusions are
n'n1nlr thla nftprnmin until R nVlnek
closing month included many Christ- th. evenins There ,g one ticket
before the members, that of the direc-
mas gifts. The donors for the month
were the following: coal, Rock Island
Lumber company, two tons; Volunteer
Coal company, one ton; Rock Island
Sand and Gravel company, 25 bushels;
Port Byron Lime association, one ton;
Rock Island Fuel company, one ton ;
Mueller Lumber company, one ton;
Silver Cross circle, King's daughters.
Rock Island, shoes and rubbers; Rock
Island aerie Eagles, 300-pound hog;
Dr. Louts Ostrom, medical service and
glasses; Mrs. Sudlow, one bolt muslin;
Mrs. J. W. Kersch, one bolt gingham;
Moline Woodmen, provisions. Those
who gave Christmas delicacies and
toys were the - following
tors. Three directors for three years
are to be elected. The only ticket in
the field is that nominating I. S. WThite,
T. F. LaVelle and John W. Parker.
DIRECTORS ARE REELECTED
Annual Meeting of Peoples National
Bank Is Held.
At the annual meeting of the stock
holders of the Peoples National bank I j
this afternoon the members of the old
board of directors were reelected. The
door works at 39, the average being
brought down by the fact that neither
plant ran full force during the last
month. The work of the B. G. M. club
was reported as being very satisfac
Two social gatherings were arranged
by the social committee for the last
Mr. Burnett, in closing, advocated
the installation of a billiard and pool
table for the boys. The project has
had previous contemplation, but' was
opposed by some as not being proper
for the Y. M. C. A. It Is argued, how
ever, that the boys insist on playing
Anna Gould Coming Home?
Paris, Jan. 14. It is reported that
Mme. Anna Gould will marry neither
her former husband. Count de Castel
lane. nor Prince Helie de Sagan, but
will sell all her property in Paris an.lj Viola Lund, . Grace Evans, Francis
1 . . . . it . Cvn.hn. Mia 1 V 11 Whilar M ro 1 1
jit-ium 10 ivmerica iu uve.
board is composed of William Roth,
Mpsdatn otto Huber, Robert Wagner, Charles
Aiesoames i r-,,., T, ,run I
TIT T7 finrpmipv P.,, a PnWt0r T R . J- n.. i nimic, v. i. a.Dua,.
Davis. IC T. Anderson, B. F.' Peek! and C?rl Hellpenstell.
Hugh Ralston, Marcus Henderson, Qup Cnee8e Cant Be Beat.
Miss Mae E. Hess, Silver Cross circle, No epicure on land or seas
King's daughters, Moline; J. T. Can finish dinner without his cheese,
Shields, H. N. Rounds, German Sewing Nor lunch nor picnic is e'er complete
society, Rock Island, Ladies' T. L. E. Without his dainty bit to eat
club; mothers of the Erickson Kinder- TOM MOORE,
garten ciud, Monne; iiazei Hartzeu.i 700 Seventeenth street.
Headquarters for everything in the
jRowher, Mrs. W. II. Whisler, Mrs. H.cheese ne
ONE TRIAL WILL CONVINCE
IS AN EXPERT IN MAKING
YOUR OLD CLOTHES NEW,
AND YOUR NEW CLOTHES
1621i Second Avenue.
and might as well be held within the !
influence of the association while at
the game, which in itself is not harm
ful. Athletic Department Buny.
Physical Director Franks report for
the months of November and Decem
ber shows the athletic department has
had a very encouraging attendance.
The total number attending iu Novem
ber was 942. of which 529 were class
men and 413 out of class. In Decem
ber the number attending was 1,042,
of whom 585 were class members and
457 non-classmen. Figures submitted
showed a large attendance in each of
the several departments and classes.
Commit IreM Nfliiied.
The following are the committees
appointed to take charge of the various
departments in the association work,
Fred Titterington, president, being an
ex-officio member of each:
Finance II. K. Walker, E. B.'Mc
Kown, Walter Karr.
Executive G. C. Blakslee, H. K.
Walker. F. A. Graves.
Social Fred Rauh, W. E. Caulpet
zer, J. A. Weed. Robert Hoffman.
Physical Department H. A. Weld.
A. H. McCandless, George Stocker.
A. E. Williams, medical examiner;
Judge R. W. Olmsted.
Auditing H. J. Olmsted, Dr. A. II.
Bible Study B. F. Stoaks, W. J.
Beardsley, Rev. Marion Humphreys.
Vacancies H. A. Weld, Omar Cow-
den, J. G. Hazard.
Educational F. A. Graves, H. J.
Olmsted, George Kingsbury.
Religious Work W. J. Beardsley,
Omar Cowden. H. E. Sniffer, Frank
Wicks, Grge Stocker, Walter Karr.
Membership J. A. Weed, II. N.
Ward, Alex Faust, Mark Slaymaker,
H. W. Roff, Ralph McManus, M. W.
Driggs, C. A. Griggs.
Boys' Work H. E. Shiffer, Mantie
Jonassen, .Waldo Schoessel, Clifford
Visitation of the Sick Walter Karr,
W. J. Beardsley. Frank Wickes.
Committee to Banquet.
For the committeemen's meeting at
the Y. M. C. A. tonight Dr. A. H. Mc
Candless has been chosen toastmaster.
The following will be the toasts and
speakers: "Our Religious Work," W.
J. Beardsley; - "The Membership,"
James A. Weed; "Friendly Adminis
tration," W. Karr; "Recreation," Judga
R, W. Olmsted; "Outlook of the Phy
sical Department," Harry Franks;
"The Committees," Secretary A. I
Burnett. , The time for the member
ship contest will be extended at the
ing by Judge R. W. Olmsted. The will,
which was made Oct. 10. 1907, leaves
all the property to the widow, who is
named as executrix.
BY COAL MINE
Is Basis of Suit of Frederick Seitz
Against Coal Valley Mining Com
pany, Now on Trial.
The case of Frederick Seitz against
the Coal Valley Mining company for
$5,000 damages is. on trial In the cir
cuit court. The case was brought to
recover alleged damages by reason of
the company's projecting a lateral un
der the property owned by the estate
Mr. Seitz represents. The company
owned, the coal rights, but it is claim
ed that the surface of the land was
damaged, and that a building was dam
aged as a result of the mine opera
tions. Haas & Weld represent the
plaintiff, and Jackson, Hurst & Staf
ford appear for the company.
Property to Widow.
The will of the late John Burton of
South Rock Island was admitted to
probate in the county court this morn
American Ships Slow.
It is but natural that Americans
should feel regret that we have been
taking such slight part in the advance
ment of ship building, and have allow
ed the English builders to turn out
such record breaking ships as the Lu
sitana and the Mauretania proved to
be. It is also only, natural for a sickly
woman to want Hooter's Stomach
Bitters first of all, becai past exper
ience has proven that ItV not only
safe and reliable, but wheh. taken
promptly at the first sign, of distress,
immediate relief is assured. It is
therefore a wise plan to always keep
a bottle handy for'some member ot the
family is apt to need it when least ex
pected. It cures poor appetite, insom
nia, headache, bloating, heartburn,
vomiting, dyspepsia, indigestion, colds
and malaria. Try a bottle, also ask
for our 1908 Almanac. It is free and
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy a Safe
v Medicine for Children. .
In buying, a cough medicine for chil
dren, never be afraid to buy Chamber-
lam's Cough Remedy. There Is no
danger from it, and relief is always
sure to follow. It is intended' especial
ly for coughs, colds, croup and whoop
ing cough, and there is no better medi
cine in the world for these diseases.
It is not only a certain cure for croup,
but, when given as soon as the croupy
cough appears, will prevent the attack.
Whooping cough, Is not dangerous
wheh this remedy is given as directed.
It contains no opium or other harmful
drugs, and may be given as confidently
to a baby as to an adult. , For Kale by
all druggists. ...