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THE ARGUS, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 31, 1909.
Iages sharctbe common belief that arc simply rotting to the core for waut
insanity was synonomous with demo- of more patriotism among the voters
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BY THE J. W. POTTER CO.
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FUDllSnea Ually ana WeeKiy at mat jJUBaesmuii, &uu iucic wao muudi -..v. ;' jt. .
Second avenue. Rock Island, lit En-"gross ignorance, amounting to brutah
tered at the postofflce as second-class ' ty. in the treatment of those whose
matter. j mentality was impaired. The develop-
1 jment of medical science has establish-
led the fact that the brain is as suscep
tible of treatment as the kidneys, and Musical Club Program. The first
TERMS. Dally 10 ceits per week, that mental aberrations are to a large program of the Rock Island Musical
Weekly, $1 per year in advance, (extent due to physical conditions that club will be given tomorrow afternoon
All communications of argumentative W be improved. In the past insani- at 2:30 at the Elks hall. The program
character, political or religious, must X has been studied from the outside, will be in the nature of a Chopin me-
r.i r t.ache,i for nublica-'lt is the purpose of the Phlpps dona- mortal, celebrating the centennial ol
tlon. No such articles will be printed, "on to study it from the inside. The his births The program will be as
over fictitious signatures. -
Correspondence solicited from every
township In Rock Island county.
discovery of just what is the correla- follows:
Wednesday, March 31, 1909.
t ion between the human mind and the
human brain is one of the most impor
tant medical problems of the age.
The Trouble With the Ticket.
It seems most distressingly difficult
for the Union to comprehend that it is
only working injury to those on thej
republican ticket beginning with the j
Paper, "Life of Chopin" Mrs. F. K.
Sonata, for violin and piano; largo
and finale. Op. C5, Chopin Misses Cer-
trude Housel and Ellie Johnson.
Piano, Polonaise in A major; Cho
pin Miss Notavena Steck.
"Vocal, "The Maiden's Wish," Chopin
Mrs. Edward Appelquist.
candidate for mavor. who have no nig. ine irauor, original.
democratic opposition by seeking to vioun accompaniment Miss Alaiy
claim the sufferages of the democrats , Simpson.
for the whole republican combination. Piano, Nocturne, C sharp mincy
While as it has heretofore been sai.l. Miss Klsa Simon.
. Police MagiNtratr (harlra J. Smith. tnt. Union is pardonable in seeking! I-adies' Chorus, (a) Serenade (Schu-
Alilrrmen I'imt ward, Jono Hula- to gain all the democratic or other bert), (b) Lullaby (Brahms) Mrs.
hammer; s-cou4 ward, C. I- Speekharti votes possible for those of its cundi- Edla Lund, director, and Miss Gest at
(Kj AttoraeT Albert Habrr.
Third ward, s. A. i.a Vaawayi Fourth , dates who have not democratic opppsi
nanl, Henry J. Prick; KUth ward. WH-' tion.lt strays from the path of wisdom
Ham Coehranr Sixth ward, I 1 Mee-' when it. assumes to belittle the atti
naa. , - tude of the democratic party in the
AHNiNtant superviMora James DaviM campaign on the one hand, and to
ul Jowph Grotrsrut. solicit votes of democrats for all the
Aaaeaaor -John C. Auld. repUDUcau nominees on cue uiner,
Collector David Blawlnger.
Juntleea of the l'eace Oaear Wnh
lund, John McShnne, Stephen Stader
and William Kalon.
ConHtahleM Mike Mints. Ileury Hueck
Henry Brunei an
In a word, the republican organ
should i)e mighty thankful for any
votes it may gain either for its can
didate for mayor or others who have
no opponents on the democratic ticket.
d ' UeArge Curi.Han- fr If lhe truth must be said, the re-
puuncan party wiiose uispoMiion u:e
Union in this instance is portraying to
a finish, is furnishing agreater handi
cap to its standard bearer for mayor
beating the president.
Mr. Taft was beaten at golf last
week. Office holders hazard much in than anv O,,,,osjtion party could load
upon him. Mr. Carse worthy as he l.i.
is encountering his greatest difficulty
in the fact that he has a ticket with
120,000 physicians in this country. him, a strictly partisan ticket, every
Some of them are so only by courtesy, i candidate on which is clamoring
A census bulletin shows there are
I loudly for himself, selfishly unwill
The Japanese government is waging to accord the head of the ticketany
a successful war on rats by paying
for every dead one brought in giving
each rat slayer a ticket to a lottery
with valuable prizes.
advantage he does not himself enjoy,
declining to yield any prestige political
or otherwise, for the success of the
One of the republican speakers at
the meeting at Turner hall last even
ing spoke compiimeniaruy, or as u
Carse-Elliott. A dispatch to The
Argus today from Springfield an
nounces the marriage of Alderman
John W. Carse of this city and Miss
Ivy Elliott of Springfield which ionk
place this morning at 0:30 at the
manse of the Second Presbyterian
church. The ceremony was perform
ed by Rev. A. P. Higley. Miss Elliott
is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. C.
Elliott of Springfield, and has been
till recently bookkeeper for the John
Bressmer company, the largest depart
ment store in the city, and is a lady
of many accomplishments, and well
known in her home city. Mr. Carse is
alderman from the Second ward, and
has many friends who will join in
heartiest congratulations. Mr. and
Mrs. Carse left at 7 this morning for
Peoria, where they will visit until
ext week, when they will come to
this city to make their hrmie.
Miss Steck in Recital. Miss Nota
vena Steck gave a piano recital yes-
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COPYRIGHT MISMKIN N V.-
M. Constantino, the world-renowned Spanish tenor, has a voice of the
rarest quality, possessing not only purity of tone, - but remarkable range
and power. He is also an actor of ability. M. Constantino is extremely
versatile and sings in several languages. -
The Argus Daily Short Story
Congressman Edwards of Georgia
n4n (Lt rut n nf iAHKOICln ri t S
w a lit a 1 uc rxna i j ui. lJl to, uianitoi , , . . . zi r
put back from $7 500 to $o,000. The democratlc in sacriflcing the
offering of this bi.l was about the nomination in the pending
only way be could attract attention ' paign. Taking tne s,0;estion
to himself. from any viewpoint the in-
, I77- I 7i .louiry that may well suggest itself is.
It is gratifying to know that out of y11' ' .u k
.. . , ,. !,, (does anyone know any time the repub-
the discuHuon at the Proportion for hag maJe a ca,
new lines of rai roads to enter Rock , 8acrifices , Rock Is,land on what has
Island has developed the project to termed .. d8 of loca, patriot.
ope., i .it- wuy iu. a... a luujeii. uj l"cjism?- Does anyone recall the In-
When Iiud Crayson, the big center
rush of the Crescent team. topiled like
a falliiiir trtM with his full, hard,
tumiiod ;;o pnuuds on top of Ion
Ijiidhnv there was a howl of joy from
terday afternoon at Bowlby's music I Oraj son's side, for with the downfall
ouse, many 01 ner irienus being pres-i or l-auiiaw the Scythian team was
nt to enjoy the program. Miss Steck I doomed
plays with good technique and her in
terpretation of the various masters
was very good. She is a pupil of Mrs.
Dutton Atwil of Davenport, and has
established a splendid reputation for
herself in the trl-cities. The program
start to finish.
way, that should not be allowed to go
Apart from his standing as a man,
the development most complimentary
to Mr. Carse in the pending campaign
is that his candidacy for mayor has
caused the republican party in his be
half to desert, or at least to attempt
to desert, its political appellation, and
permit a gathering under its auspices
to be termed a "citizens' meeting."
Stockings Not Needed.
Speaking of the Payne tariff law, it
is being held by some economists that
the schedule Is just the thing. Ac
cording to their emanations the stock
ings worn by people generally are su
perfluous raiment, and In proof of the
argument the chorus girl and the
hardy Scotch are cited as examples.
When people raise a roar about the
sugar, a standpat statesman argues
that in the good old days sorghum mo
lasses was used for "sweetening," and
calls attention to the fact that people
were supposed to be healthy beyond
The same cheerful idiot says that
the present day gloves are a delusion
and a snare, and contends that the old
fashioned red yarn mittens never split
down the fingers like the present
hand coverings do. He also says that
people are too extravagant in their
tastes and calls the figures of the
statisticians to prove that boiled meat
contains more nutrition than fried
chicken. Possibly this amiable stand
patter has never heard what happen
ed to that ancient man who told the
people they could eat grass.
He might just as well go on and say
that the country owes its development
to the robber trusts, and that they
must be protected, even at the expense
of the people of the land, who must
pay an added cost for life's necessi
ties to do it.
stance, when for the good either of
the republican ticket as a whole, for
any particular party candidate or for
the city in general any self seeking
member of the party has been willing
to withdraw his own claims either for
recognition or preferment?
And that is the situation at this
very moment, for if Mr. Carse is ex
periencing any difficulties in the pres
ent campaign they are due chiefly to
is own party and they are right in
is own party. Let no one nlame
ither a democrat or anyone else for
this circumstance. It there is any
fighting being done it is not the dem
ocrats who are engaged in it. The
democrats have left some vacancies on
their ticket, but they are ' looking as
siduously after the candidates they
nominated, and once" more, the Union
to the contrary notwithstanding, they
are maintaining their organizatun
nd getting along quite satisfactorily
into the bargain. .
at all likely
"Life is full of sarcasms, and this
seems to be one of them," murmured
Laldlaw. despite his illness still a fine
To Study Insanity.
. Henry Phipps, the Pennsylvania Iron
manufacturer who has devoted mil
lions of his wealth to the study of
tuberculosis, has recently made an
other donation in the cause of science
which physicians believe will be equal
ly productive of great good. He has
contributed more than $1,000,000 for
the establishment of an institution
with John9 Hopkins university devo
ted to the investigation of incipient
insanity. The buildings are already
partially completed," and the investiga
tions already conducted are of much
While remarkable progress has been
made in medical science- in the past
half century, the achievements have
largely, been with diseases of the body
find it is only quite recently that ef
fort has been directed to the study of
diseases of the mind. Physicians for
included works from the famous com- ua.!,IHMHd 0 ,lis Utk- What t,ie "P0CU"
posers and was well rendered from ' T'lors su rgeons
uiuii l strtMii auif 10 nji.v. -At any r;ut
tliey agreed t Fiat Vrobalily ho would
. Y. P. U. Program. The Youmr ,..........,., , ,..,
eoples union of the First . Baptist L ,,,,,,.
hnrch will give an April fool sociable
tomorrow evening at 8 o'clock in the
hurch parlors. A business meeting
will be held previous to the entertaiii
ment. The urogram is as follows;
(a) Blessed Feet of Jesus
(b) God is Love
Ladies' Octette Swedish Lutheran
Reading, "Poe's Raven in an Eleva
tor" Charles B. Loomis
Mrs. Frank Corcoran.
Piano Solo.. A March by Mendelssohn
Bridal Chorus ...Octette
Reading, "The Tramp Musician"...
William J. Brooks
Mrs. Frank Corcoran.
Violin Solo ' Selected
Ruth Johnston; accompanist Aliuyra
Ebb and Flow Octette
The "Des Moines" Man.
AH the cities of the central statos
are watching Des Moines where i
most comprehensive test of tne mud;
dis-cus.fct' commission foiin of muni
cipal government i3 being given.
As a result of Des Moines' first year,
here is what they see among other
1. There is an annual surplus in
stead of the usual deficit.
2. Service is not only more e
nomical but more efficient.
3. Streets have been kept clean.
4. Paving has been laid according
5. Contracts have been let to tho
G. Police department is no longer
a political asset.
7. Fire department is no longe
part of a political machine.
8. Government has been placed
upon a business basis.
9. Business arrangements have
been made with public service corpo
at ions with immense profit to the
city. " " '
10. Water rates have been reduced
11. Cost of street lighting has been
12. Negotiations are on for profit-
sharing arrangements with the street
HIS LUCKY LKAP By Annette Dumois.
CojiyrlKhU'd, 190V by Associated literary Press.
That night the spectators of the
great event of the upper ten athletic
season went home well pleased that
they had seen a desperate and perfect
game. Rut Don Laid I aw was left a
wreck for life by it. 'Something" had
Silver Cross Circle Meets. The Sil
ver Cross circle of the First Methodist
church met last evening at the home
of Miss Garnet R. Warren, 1123
Fourteenth-and-a-half street. After the
regular business meeting the following
program was given:
Piano Solo Miss Grace Holcomb.
Reading Miss Golda Erford.
Piano Duet Miss Garnet Warren
and Miss Nell Aid rich.
Vocal Solo Miss Alice Quintan.
Refreshments were served by the
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Misses Hazel and Mabltj Purcell en- and stahoeiunq towakd the child.
ier.ai.ieu u.e rni iWs.io.i ru. c.uu ai looking young fellow, as he was being
propelled down the avenue in an iuva
their home, 1121 Twelfth avenue, last
evening. After the business meeting
the evening.was spent in a social time.
The . hostesses served light refreshments.
13. The "red light district" has
been wiped out.
14. The "bond shark" business has
15. Slot machines have been driven
out. of the city.
16. People are satisfied with ne
form of government, and unprejudiced
opposition to it is disappearing.
17. Partisan politics has been re
moved from management of the af
fairs of the city.
18. The city hall has been cleared
of political loafers and grafters and
now resembles the business headquart
ers of a large commercial or industrial
Institution. 1 .
All too many American cities today
A BAPTIST ELDER
Restored to Health by Vinol
"I was run down and weak from in
digestion and general debility, also suf
fered from vertigo. I saw a cod liver
preparation called Vinol advertised and
decided to give it a trial, and the re
sults wera most gratifying. After tak
ing two bottles I regained my
strength and am now feeling unusually
well." Henry Cunningham, Elder Bap
tist Church, Kingston, N. C.
Vinol is not a patent medicine but a
preparation composed of the medicinal
elements of cods' livers, combined with
a tonlo Iron and wine. Vinol creates
a hearty appetite, tones np the organs
of digestion and makes rich, red blood.
In this natural manner, Vinol creates
strength for the run-down, over
worked and debilitated, and for dell-
He turned to the attendant and said
"Wheel me into that sunny conior
and then run over to the library and
fill this list. There; that's something
like it. This wind cuts like a knife."
Lnidlaw watched the man disappear
around the corner with a sense of irri
tation foreign to his hitherto bold and
almost cheerful acceptance of fate.
"Hang it nil! I wish there was some
artistic way of leaving this world," he
muttered. "Who would have thought
one short year would make such a
change in one's prospects? Then full
of life and pluck and now a husky
babe In a perambulator!" He laughed
In spite of his .fit of despondency.
The laugh vanished almost nt once,
lie was thinking, and thinking bard.
He always did think of that same one
thing of the girl to whom he had in
tended to propose on the very night of
the game. ,' .
"Kismet!" be muttered. "I wonder it
she cares much? She is sympathetic
when we meet and In a manner tbat
doesn't sting. Bless her! To think that
that's all over now!" And Don sighed
lights'" hi iiiem.' gnzed wonderingly
with the frankness of babyhood
straight into his astonished gray ones.
Laidlaw was fond of children, and
she was a welcome interruption to his
thoughts, lie answered cheerily: "Hel
lo, kid! Where did you escape from?
You'll catch your death cult here with
out a hat and those bare legs," notic
ing the Mue flesh above the tiny white,
socks. "Where's your nurse or who
ever has you in tow?"
"Over d.-re." answered the baby
vaguely, pointing across the park that
ran down the middle of the broad ave
nue. "Come up here in my Jap," coaxed
Dan, "and when James comes back
yon shall have a ride in my gocart."
"Let me see 'em." persisted the inite.
"What?"' ouestioned the puzzled
"Footsies," replied the infant.
"Oh. my feet! Yes, I've got feet.
though they're not much use at pres
ent." Lnidlaw milled the rug aside.
"Now. are you satisfied, my lady?"
She surveyed bis No. 9's approving
ly ai saiil, "Dess me come now," and
climbed into his lap.
In the midst of an Interesting con
versation Toodies, as she called her
self, said abruptly, "Sissie dot you on
"Oh. has she? What on earth is a
tabo?" queried Laidlaw.
"On her tabo, vere she does her hair
pitchur card, wiv funny sings on
here." and she patted his shoulders.
an' wood sings down dere," rubbing
her plump little knees.
'"Oh. a picture of me in football togs.
I suppose. What is Sissy's name?"
"Vy. Sissle. Oh. dere Is, nursief
Doodby!" she interrupted and. sliding
from his lap, ran toward the park.
As she reached the middle of the
street her wee sandal came off. Laugh
ingly she held it up to Don. making a
pretty picture as she stood in the sun
light. At that instant a thunderous chug-
chug-chug reached Laidlaw's cars.
With unspeakable horror the helpless
man saw a runaway touring car, with
a white faced chauffeur yanking des
perately at the wheel, bearing down
"Run. baby, run!" shrieked the young
man. but Toodies never moved.
With an awful wrench that seemed
to tear soul and body apart iJiidlaw
got on hl; feet, stumbling and stagger
ing toward tjie child.
A long roacK, a quick clutch, and he
rolled over against the curb with the
little one safe in his arms just as the
monster thundered past.
Presently he drew himself, up on to
the curbing and tried to soothe the
"Nassy siuget baby!" she sobbed.
"Thank God it didn't !" said Laidlaw
fervently, trembllnsr violently with the
reaction, while the pain in his back
chut and stung and raged through his
nerves and brain like white hot iron.
"Mercy! Mercy on me!" cried the
nurse as she reached them. 'You
have saved her. a...'. Oh. bow can I
thank you?" And she hugged the child
jjassionately to her. "Naughty baby!
What is the name of the gentleman
that I may tell It to Mme. Vernon?"
"Never mind!" answered Laidlaw
hastily. "Take Toodies home now. I'll
come to see you pome day. little one,"
he added as he kissed the red lips.
"Vernon? So that is Maud's baby
sister. She was a nondescript bunch
of while clothes the last time 1 saw
her. And Sissie has my picture on her
tabo.' Oh. pshaw; that doesn't signify
The astounded look on his attend
ant's usually impassive countenance
encouraged Laidlaw to make another
effort to surprise him. "I actually be
lieve I can walk with your help.
Jani.-s," said he, with a gasp, as he
pulled himself up and sank into his
"I felt something snap in my back as
I Jumped; that's all I know," said he
later when questioned by the doctor.
"Hm-iu!" said the great surgeon as
he prodded up and down Laidlaw's
spine. "It Is unquestionably a case
or Then followed something that
sounded most alarmingly Latin.
"You can call me any old name you
like, doctor, if you'll only let me
walk." answered the happy fellow.
"With care with great care we
shall do very well," smiled the oracle.
Mrs. Vernon and Maud called that
afternoon to thank their "hero," as
Mrs. Veruou persisted in calling Don,
to his great discomfort.
With maternal instinct, fully aware
of Don's state of mind, his mother of
fered to show Mrs. Vernon her cher
ished orchids, leaving the youug peo
ple to gaze at each other with beating
Shyly Maud approached the couch
where Laidlaw reclined in answer to
his unspoken wish.
"How can I ever repay you. Don?'
questioned the girl. "My baby sister!
Oh. thank God for both!"
lie could scarcely hear her sweet
voice, but, grasping a ruffle on her
gown, pulled her gently nearer. "Shall
1 tell you how?" he asked eagerly.
"Yes, Don," with a sweet, shy note
of surrender in her soft murmur.
"Kiss me, sweetheart, with all that It
means to us both," begged the invalid
"That was a lucky jump," remarked
Don Laidlaw later. And two shad
j ows faded apart silently at the sound
of voices in the conservatory.
Humor and ;
r 9VCAr ti. SMITH
Mr. Roosevelt You will find that a
good president Is a . very excellent
precedent, Mr. Taft
It is hard to convince a man that be -
is a chump and quite unnecessary.
hero is as tire
some as a profes
work harder to
avoid work than
they would . need
to to earn a liv
ing. .. -
The time that a dollar looks the big
gest is after you have earned it by
hard labor and feel that everv other
dollar has come to you by the same
A woman's pleasure In the spring
time tbat has nothing to do with
bousecleaning is as rare as It is beauti
Women are divorced because they
wish to be free; men because they wish
to marry some one else
.The more we scrutinize our own mo
tives the more suspicious we are apt
to become of the motives of others.
The personality of some people
seems to be merely a byproduct of
their conceit. -
The expert who
Expert 8 for pay
Most any way:
The side that pays
The largest prlc .
Gets his unbiased .
Old advice. '
His "science" need
Not hamper htm
If there is any r "
One to trim.
The facts conclusive
He can see
For those who pay
The tallest fee.
He la an expert
On the "touch."
It Isn't that he
He knows so much.
As an outsider
But what he makes
Them think he knowa.
He can draw
Or n a theory
Pick a flaw
We wants to clearly'
Which side can show him
Cash In hand. ,
A Happy Family.
A woman, going to her mouse trap
the other morning, found a mouse in
it. with six little mice as well.
They bad, of course, been born after
their mother's capture an amazin
thlug. But more amazing still was the
fact that they lay in a small round
nest like a bird's nest, a nest made of
bits of paper, thread, straw and shreds
of linen aud flannel.
The woman, instead of drowning
forthwith the mother and her brood,
retired and from the next room
watched the trap secretly. Her watch
was soon rewarded. Another mouse
trotted up with great caution, thrust a
straw through the bars and a few
moments later returned with a shred
of pink calico. The captive mother,
with these contributions, proceeded to
complete her nest.
This Incident so moved the woman
that on retiring that nigbt she put a
handsome piece of cheese in the trap
and opened the tiny door. When she
came down In the morning mother
and young and cheese were gone. The
nest alone remained to witness to the
truth of her 1 ale. Exchange.
Different With a Woman.
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It removes at once the cause and the
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Schlegel & Son, 220 West Second
cate children and old people. For
chronic coughs, colda and bronchitis heavlly over his blasted hopes,
..uui uuexceyeu. "Oho-h! ' What a funny baby car-
All auch persons In this Ticinlty are rlage! -Aitft you dot any tootsies,
asked to try Vinol on our offer to re- Mr Manr p1ped a mtIe volce
, , " mi 6ivu- -Laidlaw turned his head quickly. A
, v , ; golden haired tot stood - close beside
Harper House Pharmacy, Rock Island, him. . Uer bis brown eyes, with golden
Of all sad words of j j
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V'lt might have been j v
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You can't tell much about the sire
a mans income by the sound of :
when be Is talking.
If marriage is a failure.
As you have often heara.
Those Who have tried it all of twice
Are keen to take a third
Beyond His Grasp. -"IIow
would yon like to be presl
"Not for me.
"But think of the salary -"now
much Is It?"
"Seventy-flve thousand. Ooliara
"Excuse me. I can't think of mora
than $40 at a time."
These "Strenuous Girls.
A kiss he would take. -
He found it regrettable
The miss made him quake '
In a way unforgettable.
She turned him down hard .
With a strong arm athletic
As she caught him off guard.
And results were pathetic.
Hard lines a railroad track. .
Deep sleep the miner dosint; at
work. - .
llappy days pay day. ; '. . .
Calling a bluff whistling for a enr
Spark arrester park police man
Out of sight the dollar yon are aftar.
1 'RstributlosV Vr ' -
Little WlHle had a stater v J v.
Courted oy lovely mist-T .
'. .. BUI -cot gay - " ' ; .
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