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For Jhe, Most Thorough Course
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" practical telegraphy,
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Etc., at the least outlay of time
' , and Money, attend the
district council of the union and has f
jurisdiction over the territory In
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Bryan's' Visit to Des .Moines
Puts New Life Into Demo
crats of the State.
NEBRASKAN HAS A BUSY DAY
Winds up With Banquet at Which Sev
eral Hundred Members of Party
Xoung and middle aged people
who have not had educational
advantages.or who wish to make
up for lost time, our
Select Private School
is just the thing. Strictly -private
lessons in any department.
Special Introductory rates for a
short time only. Call or write.
That's why our seed business is
larger every year. , "
.We carry the largest line of
tested bulk seeds in tne tri-cities
at wholesale and retail.
WALL PAPER AT A BIG
SAVING. " '
;YOUNG& McCOM BS
5 Rock Island, III. .
Des Moines, April 3. Bryan was
kept busy from the time of his arrival
In Des. Moines early yesterday -morning
until late last night, making
speeches,' greeting prominent demo
crats who came from every part of
the state, and holding' conferences.
His speeches during the day were non
political. His first address was made
at St. Joseph's academy then followed
In quick succession addresses at Des
Moines college and Drake university
during the morning. 1 After luncheon
he spoke to the Bryan volunteers,' to
the students of east high school, and
great crowds in the University Church
Several Hundred at Banquet.
He was greeted with great crowds
wherever he appeared, and the dem
onstrations of the college men were
especially enthusiastic. Last even
ing's banquet was attended by several
hundred democrats a hundred or more
being out of the state. Bryan's recep
tion was a remarkable one, even for
friendly Iowa, and the result of his
visit has been an injection of new en
thusiasm into the democrats of what
has been considered a hopelessly re
publican state. I
Will Not Go to New York
Des- Moines, Iowa, April 3. While
In Des Moines yesterday William Jen
nings Bryan put a quietus on the
speculation as t whether the New
York National Democratic club had
Intended that he should speak or
maintain silence at the banquet to be
given there' April 13 by wiring with
drawal of his acceptance of the invi
tation to attend. He will not be
present. Mr. Bryan said he felt it
would be embarrassing both to the
club and to himself to be present.
C. M.;WithereH of Denver, formerly
of this city, is here on an extended
Miss Eva Rodman, left. this morning
. for an extended visit with her brother,
Frank Rodman, at Centralia.'
.- Rev. W. B.- Clemmer -returned last
evenme from- a - trin tn thp rntral
part cf the state on which he attended . ?w
HOTEL BARS EVELYfi THAW
Management of Prince George - Ob
jects Presence and She Leaves.
New York, April 3. The snug little
sandstone front residence at 446 Park
avenue, leased by Harry Thaw for his
wife while he stood two trials for the
murder of Stanford White, is vacant
Thaw is in Matteawan, sure of a
shelter, and his wife Is being turned
away from the hotels of the city., Last
night she left the city to find a shelter
after she had been turned out of the
Hotel Prince George. '
Any question as to the undesirabil
Ity of Mrs. Evelyn Nesbit Thaw as a
hotel guest was set at rest last night
by tle statement of Collwick, .mana
ger of the Hotel Prince George.
"She will . not live in ', the Prince
George again," he said. "This hotel
Is one of the sort that caters to the
old fashioned folk in the hotel lift
of the city." ' , - J
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The Best by Test.
Gilmore's hams are a delight.
Try them once you'll find
. right. '
Smoked with greenest hickory wood,
Sugar cured they must be good.
The only government Inspected
market in the. city.
Our American Pride.
Every true American must thrill
with pride as he reads of the splendid
showing made by our navy when 16 of
its best vessels started1 on their long
cruise recently. Those ships are
products of American skill and man
ned by American sailors and gunners.
Every true American should also take
great pride In pointing to Hostetter's
Stomach Bitters as the leading remedy
for curing ailments of the stomach,
liver and kidneys. , It Is - the product
of American skill, and for 54 years
has been proving its ability to cure
and prevent poor appetite, dyspepsia,
indigestion, biliousness, kidney Ills,
costiveness, colds, grip and malaria.
It is also an excellent spring medi
cine and blood purifier, and is able to
strengthen and build up the entire
system. We urge you to try a bottle
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DAILY SHORT STORY.
.'.(Continued from rage Fonri.
w rote- "iho oilier uny tuat any time 1 de
clcleJ to say 'yes' I only had to build
two bonflrcc. where he could set them
and te in town tin nest night when he
pulled the cnstlxnind oVorlund over the
fllvislou. I'm going out' to fix the fires
now so he'll bo expecting me tomor
row." . Tbnt night the passengers on tho
- e.istbouotl overland sprang from their
- Peats in alarm as the whistle shrieked
demoniacally, and then they braced
themselves for the shock of the colli
sion which never came. They could
not know that the young engineer bad
received a sign from Myra and that he
knew that her slavery Vaa at an end. .
All the news all tthe time The Argus.
a Christian church . conference at
. Mr. and Mrs. Garl Kirkman of Chi
cago are visiting at the home .of Mr.
and Mrs. John Kirkman. Upon their
return they will go to Philadelphia
where they will make their home.
Mrs. VT. M. Hannan of Geneseo is
visiting her brother, J. W. Cavanaugh.
Mis. Cavaaaugh and Mrs. Hannan
spent Tuesday at Wilton, Iowa, visit
ing Mrs.- Hannan's cousin, James
H. D. Judson, general superinten
dent of the Burlington; J. J. Mahoncy.
trainmaster at Galcsburg, and O. F.
Scudder, assistant real estate agent
from Chicago, are here today in the
private car of the superintendent.
Alderman Martin McNealy left last
night after the council meeting for
Terre Haute on business connected
with the strike of the electrical work
ers. Mr. McNealy is president of the
A Woman Tells How to Relieve Rheu
I have been a great sufferer from
the dreadful disease, rheumatism, for
a number of years. J have tried many
medicines, but never got much relief
from any of them until two yeas ago,
when- I bought a botl le of Chamber
Iain's Pain Balm. I found relief be
fore I had used all of. one bottle, but
kept on applying and soon felt like a
different woman. Through my advice
many of my friends have tried It and
ran tell you how wonderfully It has
worked. .Mrs. Sarah , A. Cole, 14 S.
street, -' Dover. Del. Chamber-
Under Auspices of Anti-Prohibition League.
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One of the most eloquent speakers in Chicago and speaks to the largest audi
ences. 'Relies on facts and reason and not on wishy-washy sentiment.
Keep your mind open and after hearing him you will be convinced that
prohibition is a failure.
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makes rest and sleep possible. 'For
sale by all druggists.
Cured of Rheumatism.
William Henry of Chattanooga, Tenn.
had rheumatism in his left arm. "The
strength seemed to have gone out of
the muscles so that it was useless for
work," he Fays. "I applied Chamber
lain's Pain Balm and wrapped the arm
in flannel at night, and to my relief
I found that the pain gradually left me
and the strength returned. In three
weeks the rheumatism had disappear
ed and has not since returned." If
troubled with rheumatism try a few
applications of Pain Balm. You are
certain to be pleased with the relief
which it affords." For sale by all drug
gists. . ,
All the news
all the time THE
three Kinds With Tomato Sancc ; riaia Pork ud Beans
-. (Boston Style); Vegetariaa without Pork.
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Baked Beans ,
Any woman will tell you that
:when she bakes beans she
bakes them in the oven. Soaks
them over night parboils them
in two watersT-then puts them
in the. oven to bake. There V ,,: -,, . - t,
they stay all day and sometimes : v . ; v
all night. That's the old-fashioned way and HEINZ Baked
; Beans are baked by similar methods, only in ovens that are a little
larger and more convenient. ' ' " ?v " -
You never ate baked beans so good as HEINZ so clean and
wholesome for after they are done to a rich, golden brown throueh
and through, they are sealed in tins without solder, and thoroughly
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when baked. Wouldn't you prefer beans - baked this
way to beans boiled, in soldered cans? Then ' tell
your grocer to give you HEINZ Baked Beans. ;
Sold by all grocers -ioc, 15c,, 20c,
. according tosize. .
D. J. mill CO.; Fltaroh, Pa.
Notice Is hereby given that on Tues
Jay, the seventh day of .April,' A. D.
1308, in the-city of Rock Island llli-
iois, an election; will' be. held for the
following officers to-wit:
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One alderman in the First ward for
One alderman in the Second ward
for two years.
Ono alderman ' In the Third ward
for two years. ,
One alderman . in the Fourth ward
for two years. '
One alderman In the Fifth ward foi
two years. : ,
One "alderman in the Sixth ward
for two years.
One alderman in the Seventh ward
for tw years..
" . Tows Officer,
One assessor for one year. '.
One collector for, one year.
One supervisor for two years.
Three assistant supervisors for two
years. . .- - : ;. .-.'
One constable to fill vacancy.
Question, of Public PoUcy.
Shall this city become anti-saloon
territory - -
Proposition as to the annexation to
the city of Rock Island, 111., of a por
tion of South' Rock Island.
which election will ' be open at 7
o'clock in the morning and continue
open until 5 o'clock in the afternoon
of that day. - ' "
Places of registration and voting
will be as follows: - -
First .ward, 'first precinct No. 413
Fourth avenue; . .:
'First waf-d,-'second precinct No! 600
Seventh' avenue. '. x -.. .
Second ward, first precinct No. 1014
Third avenue. r,V'' .
Second ward, .. second precinct
Batn, No. 819 Sixth avenue. '
'Third ward first precinct County
Jail, .Third avenue and Fourteenth
street ' . ' : ,
, Third . ward, ' Becond precinct, 1422
Seventh avetue. " ; ' '
Third ward, third precinct, Ullemey
er'e drug store; corner Eleventh ave
nue and Fifteenth vstreet; ! '''
Fourth ward, first precinct Frick's
livery, No.1914 Third avenue.
Fourth ward,-second precinct J M.
Levy's carriage - house, Nineteenth
street, between Sixth and Seventh av
enues. - Fifth , trard, r. first; precinct Hose
house on Twenty-second street. v.
Fifth '". ward, second t precinct
Schmldt'a grocery,. No. 823 Twentieth
street, " .
- Sixth -ward, "first precinct - ITose
house on Twenty-Sixth street.' :
Sixth ward second ' precinct A, J.
Reiss barn, "No, 709 Twenty-seventfi
street.-",- ' . '" : ' "'- '"'
: Seventh 'ward, first precinct ; No.
2110 Fifth avenue.
- Seventh ward, second precinct Pe
terson's carpenter shop, No. 510 Forty-fifth
Seventh ward, third precinct Al
bert Olson's barn,' Forty-fourth street,
between Seventh and Eighth avenues.
M. T. RUDGREN,
City and Town Clerk.
Rock Island, 111., March 7 1908.
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Tablets invaluable for the touches of
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their action being gentle and effective,
clearing the digestive tract and the
head." Price, 25 cents. Samples free.
AH druggists. '
A Business Man of Chicago,
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