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T1HIE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS
TUESDAY. FEBRUARY 23. 1909.
YOUNG MEN DIE
OF THE MEASLES
Two Brothers Pass Away Within an
Hour After but Two" Days
WAS OF THE SEVEREST TYPE
Contracted Hemorrhagic Form from
Sister Carl and Andrew Anderson
Are the Victims.
Carl Anderson, aged 22, and his
brother, Andrew, aged 24, both died
within an hour last night at their
home, 408 Railroad avenue, Moline,
' both victims of hemorrhagic measles,
more commonly termed black measles.
There are two other members of the
family 111 with measles, but not with
the more dangerous type of the dis
ease. Last week an 8 year-old sister of
the young men, was taken ill with th?
measles, and as no strict regulations
of quarantine arc enforced ' by the
health authorities, the young men took
no special precautions.
Tukrn 111 Somr Day.
Sunday both of the young men were
taken 111 with the measles, and thi
ailment rapidly developed into tho
more virulent form. Iast night at 'j
o'clock, Carl, the younger brother,
passed away, and before the under
taker who was summoned, had con
cluded his work, the older boy had
also been claimed by the disease, the
two dying within an hour. The young
men's sister and a brother. Gnstav, an
et ill suffering with the disease, but
their condition is not regarded as ser
ious. Besides these, there arc surviving
the young men a brother, Alfred, and
a sister, Mrs. Fred Nutter, who resides
at the arsenal.
ers which revealed the weakness . of
the royal leg and took to long trousers.
Hetherington and the king have long
since gone to their reward, but their
ghost? still ride civilized man, one at
one end and one at the other, from
Tarls to Tokyo, and, Lord 'a' mercy,
we daren't even laugh at the spectacle.
Frank Crane in Atlantic.
Italn or now and colder tonlftht, with
the lowest temperature Blinhtljr below
the freeslBR poiat; Wednesday, partly
cloudy anil colder.
J. M. SUKllIEn, Local Forecaster.
Temperature at 7 a. in., 35; at 3 p. m.,
38. Maximum temperature lu fait 21
houm, 41 f minimum. 35., Velocity of
nlud at 7 a. in-, 12 miles per hour. SI nice
of water, 9.1 feet, a rise of .7 foot In last
24 bourn. Precipitation, .21 inches.
Feb. 23 In History.
1792-SIr Joshua Reynolds, famous
painter, rifpd; born 1723.
1887 Fatal and destructive earthquake
' In southern Europe; central point
Jn Italy; 2W0 people made home
less and property valued at $10,
CKiO.000 destroyed: deaths officially
reported in Italy, 743.
180& M. Zola convicted at Faris of
libel In the Dreyfus case; sentence,
one year's imprisonment and a fine
of 3.000 francs.
1001 The canal treaty with the repub
lic of I'enauia ratified by the Unit
Pun sets Ji:41. rises G:S(; moon sets
0:51 p. m.
Mrs. Mary Jane Ellsworth, a well
known resident of Illinois City, passed
away Sunday afternoon after an ex
tended illness. She was 60 years of
age. The funeral was held yesterdav
morning at 11 o'clock from the Illinois
City church. Interment was made in
the Illinois- City cemetery.
Funeral of John Busby.
The funeral of John Busby, 430
Fourth street, was held Sunday morn
ing from the home, the services being
conducted by Rev. G. H. Sherwood.
Burial took place at Chippiannock
cemetery. The pallbearers were Wil
liam Miller, William Ohrt, Arthur
Nessler, Henry Martin, John Bowman
and Frank Harrison.
Funeral of Mr. Engel.
The funeral of Alexander Engel of
Coal Valley was held this morning
from the home of his' brother, Fred
Engel. Burial took place at Chippian
Kcrler & Co. weave rugs.
Buy a home of Reldy Bros.
It's linen week at McCabe's.
Read II. K. Walker's want ads.
Tri-CIty Towel Supply company.
For bus and express. Spencer & Trcfz.
Godfrey's laundry glvea green trad
Have you seen the moving pictures
at the Lyric theater?
Iet Krell & Johnston do your tin
and furnace work. 1316 Third avenue.
H. T. Slemon wants your tin and
furnace work. 1526-1528 Fourth ave
The Ladies of the G. A. It. give a
colonial social at Memorial hall this Flag Without a Stain" by the quartet
How Our Ancestors Dress U.
Once gentlemen wore sword belts
and gauntlets. These have disappear
ed, but their ghosts still guide nil tall
ors. and two useless buttons are. Inva
riably sewed upon each cuff and two
others at the back of the frock coats
of nil nfternoon males.
Somewhere about 1733 a hatter
named Johu Hetherington of London
made and wore the first tall hat, now
known as the silk, full dress, plug or
stovepipe hat. A horse saw him and
ran away. The owner of the horse
sued Hetherington, but lost his case,
the judge doubtless holding that an
Englishman has an Inalienable rlht to
dress as ugly as he can. One time
there was a klug who had a deformed
knee. He abandoned .the knlc'erbock
Rule the World.
made of wheat and barley is
a true food for brain workers.
"THERE'S A REASON."
FLAG FOR CHURCH
avenue, entertained the ladies' auxil
iary to the Brotherhood of Railway
Conductors , yesterday afternoon. A
company of about 23 ladies was pres
ent and cinch was the game of the
New Banner is Presented a! Patriotic afternoon. Mrs. a. b. Curtis and Mrs
Meeting by Spencer Memor
GOOD PROGRAM IS ENJOYED
A. Weld Exhibits Coat of Arms
Judge F. D. Ramsay Makes
A Washington patriotic service was
held last evening at Spencer Memorial
Methodist church. From 5 to 8
o'clock the Ladies' Aid society served
supper in tho basement of the church.
The tables were decorated with little
cherry trees and hatchets and each
one was given a hatchet as a souvenir.
At 8 o'clock a program was carrievl
out in the church auditorium which
had been elaborately and beautifully
decorated with flags, bunting and flow
ers and back of the pulpit was a large
picture of Washington draped in the
national .colors. The program was
opened with the singing of
America by the audience and
was followed by prayer by Rev.
David Andrewartha of' Moline. The
Rock Island male quartet than sang a
patriotic song. L. K. Eihl in behalf
of the members of the church, then
presented to the church and Sunday
school a beautiful flag and also a cIock.
While the presentation was being
made the flag was held by Mr. Gauley
and beneath It stood little Mildred and
Evert Bowes, who at the proper time
pulled ribbons that unfurled the flag
JudRe Itamnuy Speak.
The quartet followed with '.'The Red.
White and Blue," and Rev. F. E. Shult
made a short address accepting the
flag and then introduced Judge F. D.
Ramsey, who spoke on the life of
Washington. The quartet sang an
olhcr song and H. A. Weld followed
with a short talk about Washington.
Mr. Weld had brought with him relics
of Washington including one of the
two original coat of arms of Washing
ton, owned by Mrs. Weld, who is in a
direct line of lineage from Washing
ton. Three minute talks were then
given by Judge R. W. Olmsted, G. C.
Wenger and J. F. Witter. The pro
gram was closed with a song, "The
F. Arthur were the prize winners.
Tho house was quite elaborately and
prettily decorated in the national col
ors and flags and flowers and in the
doorway a large picture of Washing
ton was draped in flags and bunting.
A course luncheon was served, a feat
ure of which was the cherries which
were found- in all the courses. Little
hatchets were given as favors. Tho
affair was very pretty and enjoyable.
Entertains in Honor of Sister. Mrs.
Baker entertained a company of young
people at her home on Dixon street.
Milan, III., last evening in honor of
her sister, Miss Minnie Swann. I:i
spite of the rain, 17 couples were in
attendance. A most enjoyable even-
was spent, music and games bein;; ,
the chief diversions. Several solon
were rendered by the Misses Mer'u i
Cook and Jessie Ryder and Otto Fiebig,
Harry Lyman and Mr. Baker. Th3
house was beautifully decorated by J
the hostess to correspond with the j
event, flags and flowers 'being used !
rofusely. A fine course luncheon wps '
served, and the national colors were
carried out In it also. Flags were
iven as mementos of the evening.
Celebrate Wedding Anniversary.
Mr. and Mrs. H. S. Dempsey at their
home in South Rock Island last even
ing celebrated the 12th anniversary of
their marriage, 25 friends being pres
ent. Cinch was played at six tables
ml the favors for the ladies were
given to Mrs. Ehman, first, and Mrs.
Rounds, booby, and E. E. Aten and
Walter Yerbury took the gentlemen':!
prizes. Supper was served after tho
games. Mr. Rounds in behalf of I ho
ompany presented Mrs. Dempsey with
set of table linen.
Ramblers Meet. Members of the
Rambler club were entertained by
Miss Julia Beck at her home, 2311
Fifth-and-a-half avenue last evening.
A patriotic spirit was carried out, the
house being very nicely decorated in
the national colors. Musical numbers
were given by Misses Ada Hudson and
Eda. Beck. A three course lunch was
served and the evening was passed in
very pleasant manner.
Mighty few people who buy shoes
these days without taking a look at
Did you get in among the crowd of
men buyers at McCabe s yesterday
Mrs. Austin's famous pancakes make
hearty, wholesome breakfast. Fresh
supply now at your grocers.
Easy to buy, easy to try, the best
wholesome, appetizing, breakfast is
Mrs. Austin's famous pancakes.
Some time since you bought linens
at such low prices as this week at
McCabe's with 10 and 25 per cent
Fresh California asparagus, Florida
oranges, plenty of Florida lettuce and
other fresh vegetables at H. R. Bat
tles & Co.
Attend the dance given by the Rock
Island barbers at the Industrial hall
Tuesday evening, Feb. 23. Gents, 50
cents; ladies, free.
Trinity guild of Trinity Episcopal
church will not meet this week. Tho
Woman's auxiliary will meet with Miss
Whitman, 516 Twenty-third street,
Thursday afternoon, at 2:15.
The regular monthly business meet
ing of Broadway Young People's asso
ciation will be hold this evening at
7:30 o'clock in the Sunday school
room. Music, refreshments and a .so
cial time will follow the business ses
and the benediction
by Rev. E. W.
The Man with Dandruff
can now ne cured, lie should buy a
bottle of Zemo today. Zemo destroys
the germ that causes the disease. Its
use stops Itching Instantly, prevents
failing hair and leaves the scalp in a
clean healthy condition. For sale at
Harper House pharmacy.
Society news, written or telephoned
to the society editor of The Argus, will
be erladly received and published. But
in either case the identity of the sender
must be made known, to insure relia
bility. Written notices must bear sig
nal u re anu auuress.j ,
Hosts at Boys' Party. Carl and Jul
ius Hellpenstell at their home, 102
Twentieth Btreet. were the hosts last
evening to 30 of their boy friends at
a Washington's birthday party. A
course supper was served at 6:30 and
was followed by a patriotic program
Dr. Hedley Hall spoke on the life of
Washington and remarks were made
by S. W. Searle and F. Sternhauer,
Violin music was given by Mrs. Flor
ence r reistat Lee. The house w.is
decorated in red, white and blue bunt
ing, flags and flowers. Each boy re
ceived as a favor a hatchet and flag
and snap cracker. The party was
Very pretty one and the boys had the
time of their lives.
Misses Cora Gaetjer and Charlotte
Smith dressed in Martha Washington
costumes, assisted during the evenin
The boys who were present are: Ben
Reidy, Frank Bladel, Wilmer Cox, Cy
rus Riuck, Gunter Bickel, Bliss Rinck
Willis Weld, Ardo Gaetjer, John
Hawes, Budge Cook, James McNam
ara, Clyde Buffum, Kalnian Cook, Jay
Huntoon, Harry Clark, Charles Golf,
Franklin Searle. Max West, Verne
Streckfus, George Roth, Dean IngalH
Worthy Carstensen, lies Gansert, Vic
tor VanHecke Freddie Hellpenstell
John Morrison and John Sullivan.
Skin Disease of Twenty. Years' Stand
I want yon to know how much Cham
berlain's Salve has done for me. It
has cured my face of a skin disease of
almost 20 years' standing. I have been
treated by several as smart physicians
as we have in this country and they
did me no good, but two boxes of this
salve , has cured me. Mrs. Fannie
Grlffien, Troy, Ala. Chamberlain'3
Salve is for sale by all druggists.
E. H. CLEMENT
Staple and Fancy Groceries
Sole Agent for Lyndon Can Goods.
Old phone 321, new, 531 7.:
326 Twentieth St. ' Rock Island, 111.
Ask for Home Rebate Stamps.
Print Likeness of Misa Kohn. An ex
cellent likeness -of Miss Irma Kohn
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Kohn
of this city, appeared in the pages of
Chicago morning dailies today in
group of art students dressed in co;
tume of a Mardi Gras celebration at
the Chicago Art institute tonight. Tho
Record-Herald accompanies the pic
picture with the following:
"Gods, immortals and folk made faui
ous by fable or history", together1 with
a few plain mortals, will be shown i
Blackstono hall at the Art institute
tonight. The affair will be the Mardi
Gias fete, one of the series of enter
tainments being given by the Art In
stltute league this winter. A number
of young men and women members of
the league will take part Old Cnaron
the well known navigator and pbilan
throplst, will be present in a spectac'
called "Crossing the Styx." It is said
that many unique and- picturesque tab
Ieaiix will be presented as part of the
scene. Blackstone hall will be divided
Into three parts, representing "Night,"
"Day" and "Twilight," and the various
characters will be in the different
sections. The Art league has spent
great deal of time preparing the pag
eant. Among those, who will take part
are Fred Dalrymple, Miss Gertrude
Spaller, Miss Irma Kohn, Enoch Vog
nlld, Howard Weld, Miss Eulala Page,
and Miss Mouart Seron."
Washington Birthday Party. Mrs-
You Can Tell the Difference with
Your Eyes Shut.
Celebrate Wedding Anniversa
Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Larkln, at their
home, 2401 Fifth-and-a-half avenue,
Saturday evening entertained a com
pany of 75 tri-city friends in honor of
their 25th or silver wedding anniver
sary. The house was decorated with
tut flowers and silver bells. A deli
cious supper was served during the
vening and a delightful evening pass
ed. Many beautiful gifts were left
With the hostess. u
Will Tell of TrlD. Mr. and Mr?.
George W. Johnson, at their home, 1440 E
Twelfth street, Moline, will this even-i
ing entertain the Augustan college,'
Iechanical Engineering Fund society.
The feature of the evening's program
will be a short address by Dr. E. F.
Bartholomew, who will tell of his trip
during the past summer to the Ha
Merry Widow Club Dance. The
Merry Widow club members enter
tained their friends last evening at
the fifth of the series of winter danc
ing parties at Elks hall, a large num
ber of couples boing present.
Will Hold Colonial Sociable. The
ladies of the G. A. R. will hold a colo
nial sociable this evening at Memor
ial hall. The ladies will appear in coa
tume and refreshments will be served.
T. L. E. Club to Meet. The mem
bers of tho T. L. E. club will be entor-
taincd tomorrow afternoon at tin
home or Mrs. J. W. Glasco, 412 NMne
Court of Honor Card Party. Court
of Honor, No. 31, will give a card
party at K. C. hall Thursday evening.
Refreshments will be served after the
Hiawatha Cinch Club. Mrs. John
Kinbell of Tenth avenue and
Tenth street, will entertain the Hia
watha cinch club tomorrow afternoon.
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You will pay just as much for a bot
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as for any of the other cough medi
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It. The saving is in what you get, not
what you pay. The sure-txFcure-you
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you take it. Neglected colds often de
velop serious conditions, and when
yon buy a cough medicine you want to
be sure you are getting one that will
cure your cold. Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy always cures. Price, 25 and
50 cents a bottle. For sale by all druggists.
What to Do When Bilious.
The right thing to do when you feel
bilious is to take a dose of Chamber
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They will cleanse the stomach and reg
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Price, 25 cents. Samples free at all
Ask Yourself the Question.
Why not use Chamberlain's Lini
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We feel sure that the result will be
prompt and satisfactory. It has cured
- others, why not vou . Trv it. It costs
M. F. Reddy and Mrs. J.'W. Shuey at but a trifle. Price 25 eenta? larra r!z
v. it. t ii , - -
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paying, ask your grocer for NEOLA FLOUR.
For the Best Loaves of Bread Baked from NEOLA Flour
A prize of $15 in gold will be given for the best loaf of bread, and a prize of $10 for the second
best loaf, the only condition of the contest being that you bake the loaf with NEOLA FLOUR, and have
the same entered in the contest on or before the above time at HARNED & VON MAUR'S, DAVEN
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baking, the only condition to be fulfilled being that you Ub'c NEOLA FLOUR.
Contest Closes Saturday, February 27, at 4 o'clock.
Ask Your Grocer for
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MACOMB MAN TO PREACH
Rev. Thomas Doney Will Assist at
Methodist Revival Services,
" Rev. Thomas Doney of Macomb will
preach at the revival services at the
First Methodist church this evening
and every , evening . except . Saturday
during ,the week. Mr. Hulse will con
duct a song, service before the meet-
;lng proper, and Mrs. H. E. Van Duzer
will assist in the services with the
Rev. J. W. Edwards of. Moline last
evening delivered a splendid sermon
on , the life of David. The services
were characterized by much Interest
and great good will undoubtedly fol
low. - - .,
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' "Consumption had me in Its grasp;
and I had almost reached the jumping
off place when I was advised to try
Dr. King's New Discovery; and I want
to say right now, it saved my life.
Improvement began with the first bot
tie, and after taking one dozen bott)e3
I was a well and happy man again,
6ay8 George Moore of Grimesland, N."
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preventing pneumonia; New Discovery
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druggists. Trial bottle free..