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THE ARGUS, THURSDAY. MARCH 25. 1909.
Reed Goes Free. The charge of ob
taining money under false pretenses
against C. S. Heed was' withdrawn at
Montreal yesterday afternoon after a
consultation between the judge of the
enquete court and the lawyers, and
the case is marked on the books of the
court as "dismissed." Ueod. who will
he remembered as having had rather
a spectacular career while a resident
of Davenport, was arrested in .Mon
treal March 11 on complaint of C.
Ernst Gault, who charged that he hal
been defrauded out of $5,000 by Heed.
Air. Reed promoted the Thermos Bot
tle company in Canada, and Mr. Oaiilr.
subscribed for 7,,(m worth of stock.
and claimed that lie was induced t j
take the stoek under false pretenses.
Iteed has been a resident of Montreal
for a year. While in Davenport he
engaged in several enterprises, and th3
climax of his successful business ca
reer here was the promotion of a deal
for the purchase of the Camp McCl 1
lan property, in which he was aided by
a capital furnished in Cleveland ami
Sold Beer at Country Dance. Ch tr
ies Dyer, a resident of Kanawha, lowt.
charged with selling beer at a coun
try uaii.ee at mat piace wiinoui a gov-1
ernmenf license was .irreted in D:i v-1
enport by Deputy IT. S. Marshal Mat-!
cc,.,. .! .,., 'i,,.,.,. !' o ..,,".:,.. '.
mm lit fV M . IUI I l . .71. V v 1 1 1 Illlil ,
sioner A. G. Bush. The .prisoner wis
For Women-Lydia E. Pink
ham's Vegetable Compound
Xoah, Ky. "I was passing through
the Change of Life and suffered from
prostration, aud u attjtui8 of Davenport business in
hemorrhages. . , : .
-Lydia E. Pink-
well and strong, so
that lean do all my
housework, and at
tend to the store
'f:i and post-oliice, and
1 feel much vormuer
than I realfy am.
" Lydia E. Pink-
ham's Vegetable Compound is the most
successful remedy for all kinds of
female troubles, and I feel that 1 can
never praise it enough," Mks. Lizzik
Holland, Noah, Ky.
TheChangeof Lifa is themostcritical
period of a woman's existence, and
neglect of health at this time invites
disease and pain. 1
that there is no other remedy known to
medicine that will so successfully carry
women through this trying period as
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com
pound, made from native roots and
For 3f years it Iras been curing
women from the worst forms of female
ills inflammation, ulceration, dis
placements, fibroid tumors, irregulari
ties, ieriodic pains, backache, and
If you would like special advice
about your case write a confiden
tial letter to Mrs. Pinkham, at
Lynn, Mass. Her advice in tree,
and always helpful.
Used on any Sewing Machine. Shown
in use at Singer Stores. See it TO-DAY, at
310 Twentieth Street.
There Ir nSy gssq
Similarly named remedies sometimes
deceive. Tbis first and original Cold Tablet
is WHITE PACK AUG with black
and red lettering-, and bears tho signature
OF THE NEIGHBORS
bound over to tho U. S. district court
at Fort Dodge Iowa, in wnieh district
the offense was committed, and re-
leased on a $U0O bond.
Veterans at Reunion. The aged vet- within tme township. - ,1 Instituted New Lodge. The degree
erans of the war of 1848, 1849 and' Additional-bills introduced in the taff of the Tecumseh tribe of Rod
iSCo; between Prussia and Denmark, house were;- Men ln Mollne returned yesterday
held' their annual meeting at Turner j By Clark, enabling parties in suits noon from Joy, 111., where they insti
hall yesterday afternoon. The number at law to make the same proof of a tribe of 50. G. W. Thompson,
of veterans is steadily growing smaller .fraud as is permitted for - suits in past great sachem of the reservation
as the years pass and every year equity; committee on judiciary. jf Illinois, had charge of the cere-
snows a'maiked diminution in their By Fieldstack, authorizing county ; monies and the degree staff of the
ranks. As the fathers of German lib- boards to contract for the discovery : local lodge assisted him aud put 'on
trty, who freed the northern part.cf and collection of moneys payable to the work,
their country from the Danish oppres- the county treasurer. j . o
sion over 00 years ago, and prepared By Flagg, amending the water rate Honored by Ice Dealers. James P.
the land for union in the later wars, laws by fixing charge for use of In- Pearson of the Channel Ice company
under Bismark. the veterans were hon- stalled meters. jan(1 Jonn Da:7 of the Sylvan Ice com-
ored yesterday by all the loyal Ger- By Gillespie, prohibiting the removal Pany have returned home from the
mans or Davenport. of a dead body from the county In first annual convention of the Illinois
' o I which it is found without the consent Ice Dealers' association which closed
Scales Wrong; Sued. The D. Roths-'of the coroner. in Chicago Tuesday night. Mr. Pear-
child Grain company, through Attor-j By Meyers, fixing the court terms of son was honored by being placed -t.i
iipv rnnk Xr rvuhrp has entered suit th fomitv nnnrt nf i&lenr conntv in the executive committee. About 201)
against John T. Noel, who conducts
the public scales at Noel's Station,)
claiming the sum of $14S.U0 by reason
of the fact that the scales were out of
order and showed overweight on a
number of loads of corn and grain
bought by the company from the farm-'
ers in that vicinity, weighed on said
scales and paid for according to the
rli t time r lA ninti1 AftPi. iho ftla.
, l III l IMIO V V4 . . 4. a. -v- a "-
u-i.ri.t T?r.tiihii,i oMiimnnv had
h..,.i ttu,i niui f nn mi thf.v were
great ly ovei weignt. As a result ot in is
condition of the scales, they claim to
hnve iialil thr sum of S14X.CD in excess
'of what thov should have done and
now seek recovery of this amount
fiom the owner of the scales.
Oppose Reopening Fight. Resolved,
That it is the judgment of the Daven-
port Commercial club that it would be
impolitic unwise and detrimental o
the entire business interests of the
state of Iowa, for the legislature of
Iowa to adopt the resolution for
'amendment of the constitution of the
state in the liquor question. The le?-
lsiauve anion iiiusl ui , utrur asuj
create turmoil and strife among the
people of the state for the next two
years. Resolved. That the senator
from Scolt county be requested to pre
sent these resolutions at such time a
he mav deem advisable. The above
i . . . .,:..
resolutions were adopted at yesterday
aftemoon's meeting of business men,
hul.-l at iho r'nniTiprpiat eliih to declar"?
submit the prohibitory amendment.
TO HOLD THE SENATORIAL
nrini nni mCOCCPOinM
DtAULUUrx UVtn btbblUlM
(Contlnued from Page One.)
ant in a libel suit to nrove in mitisa-
tion of damages that the plaintiff has
already received compensation for the
same libel; house bill 215. providing
tor elections in sanitary districts and
the organization of the same; house
bill 184. amending the marriage laws!th.f establishment, at the University of
out the word "ordained"
before "minister:" house hill 300. resu-
lating the hours of employment of ,
city employes "the firemen's two pla
toon bill;" house bill 162, providing
for the furnishing of a bond by thediction of the appellate court to ques
secretary cf the bureau of labor; i tions of law.
house bill 208, protecting the.labels of) fiy Harburgh Amending the act re
trade unions; senate bill .No. 9, making lating to taxes for parks and boule
Columbus day a legal holiday. ivards.
Xew MenHuren. I By Manny For the Improvement of
Among the new measures introduced ( dairy cattle,
yi the house wa3 a bill, house bill 374.1 By Manny For the incorporation of
limiting assessors, deputy assessors or, burial insurance .companies,
members of the board of review from I The following bills were advanced
pursuing any business or occupation
besides his official position.
Other bills introduced were:
House bill 372, by Fieldstack. auth
orizing recorders to prepare abstracts.
House bill 379, by Murray, providing
for the filing of information in criminal
cases and abolishing the grand juries.
House bill 370, by Burget, providing
for the inspection of slaughter houses
by the state board.
House bill 377, by Lederer, provid
ing Tor the licensing of shorthand re
porters. House bill 385, by Tippit, fixing a
bounty of 25 cents on hawks.
House bill, by White, permitting In
vestigation of accidents in the prem-
Are You in the Dark?
About Good Dental Work?
"IT DONT HURT A BIT."
1716 Second At, London Building.
ises of corporations by attorneys.
House bill 384, by Sullivan, except-
ing from the provisions of the local
(option law creating anti-saloon terri-
' r n ..tllnirn-. liln wTlrtlW
April and October. . i
By O'Brien, amending the municipal
court act in relating to the collection!
of judgments and detailing method of
procedure. Prohibiting the search of
the person of a judgment debtor.
By Parker, amending the school tax
laws in Chicago; Teachers' federation
chotinhfin finnrnnriQtino nno
Ar J t.lllHIl(lllilUt ul'l" vl''u '"h
,mit ,,f i.inu- .1,1 iiwiifiito,!
i. ti nf ..inime
nv it a htnhnri nnnrnnrtiitlnsr
st;,(MK for prizes for extiiuits 01 uairy
cattle at the state fair. 1
T?v Tinnit. nrohihitincr the trannins
or killinz of mink, raccoon, onossum.
fox. civit, skunk, otter and muskrat
from Maich 10 to Dec. 1.
Bv Walsh, nrovidinz that there shall
be a space of at least three feet be-
tween the narallel tracks used by elec-
trie or other cars on the public
streets. - . ,
By R. E. Wilson, providing for the
appointment of inspectors of coal oil
and the nroducta of petroleum.
By R. E. Wilson, repealing the act
which defines sales of merchandise in
. j,. I
fraud of creditors.
Thf senate scNlona. )
Senator Hearn's bill (house bill 28).
for the protection of the names and
badges of secret and benevolent so-
cieties. failed to pass. The bill (sen-
nt ,;n 9ii for n amininr hnnrd
osteopaths aIso failed, but today
u ... . ' cM-POf, , - -
..... v. .
Senator U Clyde Jones introduced
bill (senate bill oiJ.. provm.ng mat
the sheriff of any county fall make
reuqisition for all supplies for the jail
upon the superintendent of public
Rprvipp The hill has the Riinnnrt nf
the citizens' organization of Chicago,
which has been conducting an invest i-
gatlon into the cost of feeding pris-
nners in thp of Prink r-onntv ' It
" . " .. . .
was referred to the committee on ju
Other bills Introduced in the senate
I By Jones Appropriating $125,000 for
"nois. ot a training school for In-
:ioii aiong lines muiig persons 10
. . : , . . -
up specianzea worn in state cnar-
By Dellenback Confining the juris-
from second to third reading In the
Senate bill 21C (Clark), for the use
and improvement of submerged lands
as bathing beaches.
Senate bill 14 (Potter), for adjust
ing committees ln county insurance as
sociations. Senate bill 50 (Funk), fixing $50 as
the maximum sum for the burial of the
Senate bill 225 (Dunlap), amending
the act for the San Jose scale.
Senate bill 149 (Billings), fixing the
salary of the clerk of the supreme
court at $0,000.
AUGUSTAN A WILL
lrofessor Ksbjorn Will Attend Con
ference of North Central Assoc
iation in Chicago.
Professor C. L. E. Esbjorn will go
to Chicago tomorrow to represent
Augustana at the annual conference
of the north central association of
colleges and universities, to which
Augustana was admitted a year ago.
ine association includes all of the
universities and colleges In the middle
states, fend passes on the standing of
high scnools, academies and secondary
schools in relation to admission in the
universities. Augustana's academy has
been accredited as an academy of good
' - Licensed to Wed.
Alva G. Bonebeak '. . .Rock Island
Mrs. Ftankie Coleman ... .-Rock Island
Tetter, Salt Rheum and Eczema.
These ate diseases for which Cham
berlain's Salve Is especially valuable.
It quickly, allays the Itching and
smarting and soon effects a cure
Price, 25 cents. For sale by all drug
gists. ' . '. " ' "
dealers attended the convention which
was a success in every respect,
Wife Abandonment Charge. The
Moline police arrested .. b. uesn,
who has been working fora short time ,
at Deere & Co.s. He was arrested on
a charge of abandoning his wife, wh
lives at York. Pa. He left York, Pa., j
and resided ' at Monmouth for some,
time, then came to Moline. Sheriff
Uart or J onmoii i received papers tor
his arrest and came to Moline aft-ir ,
Is Promoted. Earl B. Hearnes, who
for so long a time was employed in
the ticket office of the Burlington rail-1
way otnee in Moune ana later ul-
cepted a position in the shipping de-
partment of the Moline Plow company,
left Tuesday evening for St. Louis,
where he has been transferred by th?
Moline Plow company to, enter the
office of that firms brancn omce in
the Missouri metropolis. Friends say
that he will soon become a benedict
and that he will chilm the hand of
a popular young lady Ta Moline.-
Dedicate Church April 18. Rev.
Robert E. Henry and George H.
Hearne have returned from Lanark,
HL. where they purchased the seats
fr the new Christian church It has
be,n decided to dedicate the new
church. Sunday, April IS, "with a "three
time" service. Rev. O. . Lawren-e
f jjecatur, formerly of Rock IslanJ,
st the church
citv will have charge of the
mornj e;T, Rev w m. Perljns
Qf Davenport. assisted bv others, will
haye the aflernoon seTVce in charge
. ... ,..
ana uev. v. li. Lieramer or .ieinoiidi
chrisUan church of Rock Island and
hig cnoir win havf "charge of the eyen-
ng service. tTntfdedication wilf oe
j-h i i... '.....,. .i.
oot:u uy iv.vai
by Rev. W. B." Clemmer.
Notice Is hereby given that on Tues
the sixth day of April, A. D. 1909. in
the City of Rock Island, Illinois an
election will be h,eld for the following
One mayor for two years.
One city clerk for two years.
One city attorney for two years.
One city treasurer for two years.
One police magistrate for four years.
. One alderman in First ward for two
One alderman In Second ward for
One alderman ln Third ward for two
One alderman in Fourth ward for
One alderman in Fifth ward for two
One alderman in Sixth ward for two
One alderman In Seventh ward for
One assessor for one year.
One collector for one year.
Can be cured only by
a remedy that will
remove the cause.
The ofteneT you
stop it with head
ache powders or pills
the quicker it will
ache conies from a
or irregular bowels,
and almost invari
ably Lane's Family
(called also Lanes Tea)
a tonic laxative, will cure head
ache in short order by regulating
the bowels and reinvigoratiug the
It is a great natural herb blood
medicine and the favorite laxa
tive of old and yoifng. :
At druggists', 25c and 50c
WALL PAPER CLEANING
- $1.00 per room, all almea.
HI-LO CLEANING COMPANY
1101 Third Avrnne.
Old phone 243. new 5559.
Pour assistant supervisors for two
Five justices of the peace for four
years.' , .
Five constables for four years.
QUESTION OF PUBLIC POLICY.
For the adoption of an ,
ordinance increasing the Yes j
dramshop license to one j j
thousand ($1,000) dollars! No I
Which election will be open at
7 o'clock in the morning and con
tinue open until 5 o'clock in the af
ternoon of that day.
PLACES OF REGISTRATION AND
VOTING WILL BE AS FOLLOWS
First ward, first precinct 413 Fourth
First ward, second precinct 600 Sev
Second ward, first precinct 1014
Second ward, second precinct 919
Third ward, first precinct County
jail building, Third avenue and Four
teenth street. '
Third ward, second precinct 1422
Third ward, third precinct 1101 Fif
Fourth ward, first precinct 1914
Fourth ward, second precinct M.
Levy's carriage bouse. Nineteenth
street, between Sixth and Seventh ave
Fifth ward, first precinct Hose
house on Twenty-second street
Fifth ward, second precinct Schmld':
OOO i 1 . , .
grocery, a6 iwentletn Btreet,
bouse on Twenty-sixth street,
Sixth ward, second precinct A. J
Relss' barn, 709 Twenty-seventh street.
Seventh ward, first precinct 3110
y - ,.
Seventh ward, second precinct Po-
ieiuu tarpeuier suup, iu joriyni.a
Seventh ward, third precinct Gan
non's paint shop. Fourteenth avenue,
between Thirty-eighth and Thirty-ninth
streets, M. T. RUDGREN.
City and Town Clerk.
Rock Island, 111.,. March 17, 1909.
Chicago, March 25. Following are
the quotatipns on the market today:
May, 117, 117, 117. 11.7.
July, 104, 104. 103, 103.
September, 98, 98, 97, 97.
May, CC. C7y2. GG(, GC.
July, CG, CG, C5Vi. C5.
September. C5, C5, G3, GTY2.
May, 54, 54, 54, 54.
July, 48, 48 4, 47, 47.
September, 40, 40, 39, 39.
May, 17.C7, 17.70. 17.G7, 17.70.
July,' 17.70, 17.75. 17.C2.17.72.
September, closed 17.72.
May, 10.12. 10.15, 10.12. 10.12.
-July. 10.27, 10.27, 10.27. 10.20.
September, 10.40, 10.40, 10.37, 10.37
May, 9.35, 9.35, 9.32. 9.35.
July, 9.50, 9.52, 9.47. 9.50.
September, 9.C2, 9.65, 9.G2, 9.C5.
Receipts today Wheat 59, corn 125,
oats 10G, hogs 25,-000 cattle 4,500, sheep
Estimated receipts Friday Hogs
Hog market opened steady. Hogs
left over 7.00O. Light" SG.35(frC.75.
mixed and butchers $G.50G.90. good
heavy $C.55C.90, rough heavy $G.55
Cattle market opened weak.
Sheep market opened steady.
Hogs at Omaha 14,000, cattle 3,000.
Hogs at Kansas. City 10,500, cattle
Hog market closed weak to a shade
lower than early prices. Light $G.40Q
G.75, mixed and butchers $G.55G.9'J,
ood heavy $G.G0G.90, rough heavy
Cattle market closed weak.
Sheep market closed strong.
Northwestern receipts Minneapolis,
today 174. last week 78, last year 12.
Duluth. today 58, last week 35, last
New York Stocks.
New York, March 25. Following
the quotations on the stock market
Union Pacific 180
U. S. Steel preferred Ill
U, S. Steel common 44
Rock Island preferred 64
Rock Island common , .i.24
Northwestern r. 179
Southern Pacific 120 Vs
New York Central 7 128
Missouri Pacific 69
Great Northern 143
Northern Pacific 141
Smelters Tt 87
C. F. I. 32 vs
Canadian Pacific ..1Gi
ml , l . jo.
iiiiuuis ucuirui ...... Au 7
C. & O, C9
13 R , T '
B. & O. ..108
Locomotive ... ..... .......... 52
Sugar ....... 130
St. Paul .......... ........ ..145
Copper ...... : 70
Republic Steel common ......... 20
Southern Ry. 24
Liverpool opening cables-Wheat 96
hlcher rnrn XL hts-her. I
o , - . o
Liverpool closing Wheat .to V
lower, corn lowtr. I
VERYBODY CAN HAVE BEAUTIFUL
HAIR NOW. and they don't havo to
wait week and months fur results either,
You will notice marked improvement after
the very first application. ,
Danderine is quickly anJ
thoroughly absorbed Ly the scaiu
and the hair soon shows the
eliects ot its wonderfully ex- A
liilariklintf KnA lir.vnrr.ft.u.iniT
qualities. It is pleasan. and
easy to use simply apply ,Z I&ffixg
once a day until the
hair begins to grow,
then two or three
times a week till
desired results are
i . . . tt. :
I A lady Irom Oalilornia writes
I in substance as follows:
I 1 bavetieeu ii.tni; your wotiilpr-
1 ul litttr toulu tar .everl Uiutiihs
autl al la.l Jam uow lileBMHl w Ilk a
wouderful iuiiu( tmlrtiiftt uia
ures over 4 inches lu leUKtii; me
brnltl U over H IucUm airouud.
Another from New Jersey:
Afvcr uhIdb alxib bottle I
am troppy to uy lb at I bave &a
ii Ice a head ot bulr fcnyuue la
This Great Hair-Growing
Remedy can now be
had at all druggists in three sizes,
25c, 50c and $1.00
Pr A To hw haw (jalcLljr
IOC lunderiiie wia.wc
will Head a larire (ample free
by reluruiiiafi luaujruuevbn
end tbli tree coupon lolbe
Knowltoa Dinderiat Co., CbicifS,
with tbelr name and address
aud Hlc In Hllver or atauipa
to pay postage.
LOCAL MARKET CONDITIONS.
Todays' Quotations on Provisions, Live
Stock, Feed and Fuel..
Rock Island, March 23. Following
are the wholesale prices oh the local
Provisions and Produce.
Eggs Fresh, 19c.
Live Poultry Hens, per pound, 9c to
10c; springs, 12c pound.
Butter Dairy, 2Cc.
Central T.rust &
ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
II. i :. C A STEEL, l'rM M. S.
HEAGY, V. I'rrn.; H. B. SIMMON,
The Gateway to Success
and prosperity is open to everyone.
Have you entered it? or have you
let the opportunity go by with the
hope of catching another one? Be
careful, or the next opportunity will
slip by you also. Don't let another
week go by. Get ready! Begin to
day. Open a savings account at our
bank and enter the gateway to suc
cess. It's the best and surest way
to attain wealth.
4 Per Cent Interest Paid on Deposits
Hard Times Made Easy fay Drs. Walsh
Pay What You Can. Pay When You Can.
Every Chronic Sufferer is Given a Chance
Dr. T. M. WAXSH.
Established in Dav
enport 13 years, 12
years longer ln
business in Daven
port than all oth
on by dissipation and habits that were hard to break, still we did not .
have to send one In a thousand to a sanitarium or asylum. Our suc
cess in treating Catarrh, Skin D seases. Stomach, IJver, KJdney and
Bladder Diseases, has been of the same high order. In our surgical
work we have never lost a case. Our special home treatment for wo
men has been praised by all who have tried It.
MEN Try ourainless, no risk cure for Varicocele, Hydrocele and
Enlarged Glands. ; : . s
REMEMBER you only Py what you can and when yon can. If I
you cannot call, write us a. hist try of your case today.
. 124 West Third Street, Davenport, Iowa. ' f r -,'
Hours 10 a. m. to 12 m., 2 p. m. to 4:20 p. m., 7 p. m. to 8:15 p. r
m.; Sundays and holidays, 10:30 a, m. to 12 noon. No office hours J
Tuesday evenings. . v ' -..: , 'i
ADtrJ we can t
f. 4 ff , , "
Every Woman Wilt be Interested
If you will send your' name and ad
dress we will mail you FREK a pn-k-Hgp
of Mother Grays Alsi'HAMAN
l.EAF, a certain, pleasant herb cure
tor women's ills. It is a reliable regu
lator and never failinp. If you have
pains in the back. I'rinary, Bladder or
Kidney Trouble, use this pleasant union
of aromatic herbs, roots and leaves.
All drnsKists sell it. 50 cents, or ad
dress The Mother Gray Company, Le
Roy, X. Y.
Vegetables Potatoes, 75c to 90c."
Feed and Fuel.
Grain Corn, G3c to CS c; oats 50c to
52c; wheat, 90c.
Forage Timothy hay, $19 to $11;
prairie, $10; clover, $S to $10; straw
per bushel, 7c to 8c. ;"
Coal Lump, per bushel, 14c; slack,
We have a large stock of sec
ond hand school books, which
will save you money, and we
take your old books. Have you
tried our 50-cent fountain pens?
COME TO US FOR YOUR
Geo. H. Kingsbury
Corner Third Avenue and Elgh-;
v S i-M s - - I
" f- , I 1 I
f 9i I I
Mi t t
To treat with Drs. Walsh. Although hundreds
have been out of work during the last 14 months,
not one patient of ours ever had to stop treating
because they were out of money through lack of :
had 18 years of success here. Over j
i , , , , '
o uociora, wno were prouaoiy very goou doctors,
came here as specialists during that time and
failed as specialists. We feel justly proud of
our record. Most people think blood poison
cannot be cured; still in our 15 years here we
Tiave not failed in a single case. We not only
cured them, but we gave them a pleasant cure.
We did not let them become disfigured, with
sores or with hair falling out in patches. One of
us has' spent nine seasons in Hot Springs, and
while the treatment there is very heroic, still they
have never equalled our record. Although we 1
have treated thousands of nervous sufferers, :
some both mentally and physically weak, brought ,
WALSH & WALSH,