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gm5 aStGtTS, -TUESDAY, JULY 13, ' 1909.
ON THE TRAIL OF
win BE W. C. T. u.
Nearly 200 Golfers- Start Pre
liminaries in Trans-Mississippi
Chief Blsaot of Moline Police Seeks
Arrest of John A. Itownian f
MANY IN THE FIELD
1908 CHAMPS ARE ABSENT
J. I). Cady of Kk-1c Island Arsenal
Club Counted Among Most For
Pea Moines. July 13. Harry K. Legg
nf MinneaDOliS turned in a score of
81 the lowest in the opening rounds
on the 18-hole course in the Trans
Des Moines. July 13. Nearly 200 of
the best golfers in the Trans-Mississ-ri
r?i ucurrtntion started in the "C
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hole qualifying round of the ninth an
nual championship tournament ever
the course of the Des Moines Golf and
Country club today.
The first pair W. G. Case and Han
Ion Hurlev, both of this city teed off
at 7 a. m. - The remainder of the field
as sent away in pairs at four minute
While the majority of the best play
trs in the association will compete
Everett Seaver, last year's champion
will not defend his title. The Kansas
Citv bov was unable to make the trip
here because of his business engage
ments. Harry K. Legg of Minneapolis
rnnner-iiD in the last two trans-Misv
iPsiUDi tournaments, has been on the
links practicing hard for the last week
and he is picked by many to carry oil
Secretary Warren Dickinson of the
association, has received word that the
St. Louis Field club has disbanded
The St. Louis club has played a prom
inent part In the past tournaments and
Its withdrawal from the association is
"Despite their unfamiliarity with the
" '...'It is an old saying that if the stom
ach is sound the whole body is safe,
because so much depends upon the
orooer working of the stomach. Many
rum!c ,;ft, , Hie"'
nrder of the stomach which pro-
duces dyspepsia or a peculiar state of
If you suffer from both stomach trouble
na consupauon you are on me way iu a.
very serious disease. From Just such con-
ditlons come appendicitis, rheumatism. 1
. 1 1 .1 .. ! : 1 AionwAnwo V. .
leen Uispenea irom uie ssieiu iiiruusu
t h. hnnois has found its wav into the
Llood and vitiated it. What is needed at
t,his point is not simply a vioieni camanic
" la olet or salt, which usually does more
harm than good, but a grentle laxative;
which people have been using for these
lury. It cured J. C. Lanham, of War- red in the personnel of the depart
rensburgr, Mo., of stomach trouble of Ions mara iQ i.
tandin, also William Vol!, of S03 Ellis- ment or commerce and labor took
on St. Louisville, Ky., who had the place yesterday when approximately
lrHobwvfen you yhave stomach trouble
you want to know from personal experi- resignation or about J 0 others ac
ence what Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin, eented
will A f n,. vnn Tf n snnH vnn p nam
to the doctor and a free trial bottle will
te sent you. You are urged to send for '
the free bottle, as the results from it will
be the best recommendation of Dr. Cald-
well1-. Syrup Pepsin. Then you will do as
over two million people did last year go
to your druggist and buy a regular bottle
at 6 cents or i, accoraing 10 me siza
you ureter. We could mention hundreds
S h,,nHH, of famines who are never
without it. You can never tell when soma
L. m . V. n nn.Uu -ill . leva-
SeV and" then no tfme should be lost
taking Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin.
If there is anything; about
your ailment that you don't
understand, or if you want
any medical advice,, write '
to the doctor, and he will
answer you fully. There Is
no charge for this service.
The address is Dr. W. B.
Caldwell, 509 Caldwell bldg..
Monticello. III. I
Argus Puzzle Coupon
Thrse of these Coupons and 10 cents entitles the
holder to a 100-piece Picture Puzzle if presented at
The Argus office. If to be mailed, include 4 cents in
stamps for postage.
50th Year of Augustana College
TIfK KYGIJSH TiAN
flVAGE, with two
iuecially - emphasiz
ed. . .
ulp. COtLEGE DI-
, lIiOMA and College
etc. . .ijr.
Academy In officially
recognized as up to
' tle Jrighefit standard
in the 13 Middle
., West States
chemical and phys
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Mrs. Josie Lu:nmis of Quincy, 111 .
superintendent of the Illinois Woman's
Christian Temperance union's depart
ment of anti-child labor and juvenile
tourts will be one of the prominent
figures in the group of department
superintendents which will gather in
Hock Island this fall to attend the W.
C. T. U. convention. The convention
sessions will be held October 7, 8, 9
and 10. The state officers will be en
tertained during that period by the
local W. C. T. IT. branch.
course, several out-of-town men titrne'l
in excellent scores, several finishing
Following is the bogey of the
Out 4 5 4 5 3 4 Co C 42
In 544C454 3 5 40 SO
The par of' the course is 754
The course is 3.130 yards out and
VUG yards in, making a total of ('..140
Cndy Onf of the Rest.
Among the players who are counted
upon to give a good account of them
selves in the qualifying round are:
Harry K. Legg and Wendell Hertig,
Minneapolis; Rev. Paul A. Talbott.
Hu'chinfon, Kan.; Tom Griffith of
Wichita, the Kansas champion; Walter
Fairbanks. Denver; Jack Cady, Rock
Island. 111.; Bruce Finkbine. Lafe
Young, Jr., Warren Dickinson, ' Bunny'
Guinand and William Sheehan, Des
Legg made a score of 81 for
J-egg maae a score or si for the
3b holes, which was the best of qu
ifying round for the championship,
William Sheehan of pes Moines, was
tied f0r second at 82 with "Hat lir
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nuriey oi lopeita.
MGEL OUSTS "LOAFERS"
Commerce and Labor Secretary Finds
ft0 Kinrdoves liiellirienl
Washington. July 13. The great-
est 'shake-up that nas ever occur
100 employes were reduced and the
This action was taken by Secretary
Nagel as the reSult of an investiga-
tion into the efficiency recoru of
the employes. The reductions were
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made, it is stated, because the em-
pioyes were round to have loafed
, . ,. ... .. ,,
on the job." while these allowed to
resign were found to be inefficient.
The secretary's determination to
(inject new life into his department
prompted the radical step. Further
dismissals are to be made and resig
nations asked for, it was intimated
as soon as Secretary Nagel completes
his examination of the efficiency re
port. Many of the clerks will re
ceive promotions as a result of the
Opens Sept. 7, with registration , In
the following departments: .
COLLEGE, ACADEMY, CON
SERVATORY, ART, BUSI
40 Instructors - 503 Students
, . : Ail Nationalities .
America Methcln. Enropean Thor
Write, telephone or call.
mem a umce open
GUSTAV ANDREEN, Pres;
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Chief O. M. Bisant. of the Moline
police department believes that at lant
hq is on the track of the murderer of
William Walsh, son of the president
of the Silvis board, who died at the
Moline city hospital April 18 as the re
sult of being stabbed at a Moline p'-vA
room April 15. Chief Bisant today 's
f;ned several hundred circulars to the
rolice departments of the larger cities
cf the country asking for the arrest of
jefcn A. Bowman, a second class pri
vate in the ordnance department of
the army, stationed at Rock Island
arsenal after his enlistment reo. 4.
Chief Bisant is convinced that lie
nas sutilcient evjnence against how-
man to convict in case the man can ,
be apprehended. The nature of this t
evidence he does not care to unfold.
Bowman is described as being '.?
years of age, 5 feet, GV& inches tall, i
weighing 131 pounds. He has blue
yes, light brown hair, fair complex- J
icn, with scars on various parts of his ;
Prior to the day of the stabbing of
Walsh, Bowman was of cheerful dis-!
position, mingling with his fellows. 1
After the 15th he was morose, shun-'
red his companions, and scanned the '
papers closely. The night of the ISth.
the day young Walsh died, he disap
peared. This circumstantial evidence '
ij made public . but more damaging ,
evidence is withheld.
Bowman at the time of his enlist-1
ment gave his home at Seven Mile
Ford. Va.. where his widowed mother.
Mrs. Amanda Bowman, lives.
No reward is offered! in the circu
lars sent out, but since early in May
circulars have, been Jn the hands of
the police of the larger cities of the
country asking for the arrest of Bow
man as a deserter from the United
States army and posting a reward of
$50 in this case Is offered
IS STILL RISING
Floods Along Iouer Missouri Itot-
toms Combine to Indict Con
St. Louis. July 13. The Mississippi
river continued to rise here today. The
wrter has now entered many buildings
on the levee, but ample warning pre
vented the destruction of property. The
greatest damags has been to farm
crops along the Micsouri river between
Jefferson City and St. Charles. The
tailroad situation is little improved.
Kansas City, July 13. -The ilood
here showed much improvement to
day. The Kansas and Missouri rivers
had both been stationary since lr ?t
night. Eastern train service began
to show improvement today but the
rervice south and southwest is --.ti'l
demoralized. There is little dela-
west of Kansas City.
THREE OUT FOR THE JOB
Candidates in Field for the lnlirnuiiy
Already three candidates for elec
tion as steward of the county infirmary
to succeed John Swank have appeared
in the field. They are Charles Ho:;
lerg of Moline, Frank Wylie of Eust
Moline and James Clegg of Coal Val
ley. The election of a steward takes
place at the December meeting of the
board of supervisors. Mr. Swank has
notified the board that he will not !ie
a candidate for re-election. The posi
tion pays $1,800 a year, and a living
from the county farm.
IS SENT TO ST. CHARLES
Alex Strangard Is Declared to lie a
Alex Strangard, a 12-year-old Moline
boy, taken in custody recently for al
leged thsfts, was taken Into the county
court this morning before Judge R. W.
Olmsted and declared a delinquent
He was committed to the St. Charles
training school by Judge Olmsted. The
lad was charged in the informatioi
with being guilty of larceny, associat
ing knowingly with thieves and vicious
persons, using vile and vicious lan
guage, and absenting himself from
home without the consent of his
f&ther. The lad's mother is dead.
ENSIGN KILLED ON SHIP
Officer on' North Carolina Victim' of
Coal Hunker Explosion. '
Naples, July 13. Ensign Hugh
Kerr Aiken died on board the cruiser
North Carolina Sunday night as a
result of injuries sustained In an
explosion on board tne vessel yester
day. His body .will be embalmed
and sent to America.
'Washington, July 43. Ensign
Hugh K. Aiken died aboard the ar
mored cruiser North Carolina at
Naples from Injuries resulting from
a' coal gas explosion, attributed to
the generation of gas In the bunkers.
He was born In New Orleans in 1884
and entered the "naval service in
1902.. , .
Peter Mulan, the chief water ten
der or the North Carolina, whose
home U la Brooklyn, N. "Y., also
fc8 'mured slightly at the. time of
Ensign Aiken was one of the best-
Our display of finest suits that formerly sold
for as high as $27.50 now reduced to
Some exceptional values are to be found in the
suits that were cheap when sold for $20 and
$22.50, but are now only
Then a lot of selected summer suits that are
.worth and are still sold for as high as $20 in
other stores, we've marked them at only
Come in and see
known members of the football team
while at.'the naval academy.
WRIGHT'S FLIGHT SUCCESS
('ircles Parade (iron ml at Fort Myer
iHa'f Dozen Times.
Fort Myer, Va..'.Iuly 13. Orville
Wright :last- evening made a very
successful flight in his aeroplane at
Fort Myer, remaining in the air five
minutes and 30 seconds, during
which time the machine attained the
exceptional speed of about 4 0 miles
an nour ana circled the paraoe
grounds half a "cloaen times, a total
distance of about three and a half
miles. Just before the flight began
Mrs. Nicholas Kongworth. daughter
of former Presideht Roosevelt, en
thusiastically examined the aeroplane
with the inventors, and Secretary of
the Navy Meyer gave it a careful in-
' Teething children have more or
less diarrhoea, which can be control
led by giving Chamberlain's Colic,
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. All
that is necessary is to give the pre
scribed dose after each operation of
the bowels more than natural and
then castor oil to cleanse the system
It is safe and sure. Sold by al'.
; BLACKBERRY BALSAM
; BLACKBERRY BALSAM
: BLACKBERRY BALSAM
" BLACKBERRY BALSAM
The one summer bowel reme-
cfy that has not known, a fail-
ure in 63 years of use. 35 cents
A) ' . 3 ' . n - nn
or three bottles $1.00 every-
Where. Z - '
On Men's and Boars' Suits
Of course to a spendthrift who don't care what becomes of his money, this sale will not
interest him, but
To you, Mr. Man, who have to work for every dollar you get, this gigantic GustafsoTi
& Hayes Sale of fine suits, shouid make a strong appeal. The genuine savings afforded by
the cut prices we have made should prove of great, great interest to you.
Chicago. July 13. Following are the
quotations on the market today:
'July. 119. 120, 118. 120.
September. J 1 0 VI . 111. 109. 110.
December. 1 OS Vi . 108. 17. MS;i.
May, 111, 111. 110'i, 111.
July. 71. 72Vi. 71. 72.
September. C. 61. (!. CVA.
December. 50. 57, 5;y,,. ii7.
May. 50. 57, 50, 57.
July, 49. 49. 48, 49.
September. 43. 43 . 4214, 43.
December. 43. 43', 424. 43'.-;.
May, i 5 V. 45. 44, 45.
July, 20.47. 20.C2. 20.47. 20.fi2.
September, 20.00. 20.75. 2i.n. 20.75.
January, closed 17.90.
July, closed 1 1 .(17.
September. 11.07, 11.72. 11. fir,. 11.fi7.
October, 1 .00, 11X5. ll.f.0, 11.02.
July. 11.35, 11.35, 11.30, 11.35.
September. 11.25. 11.30. 11.22. J1.27.
October, 11.00, 11.02. 10.95, 11.00.
Receipts today Wheat 4, corn 211,
oats 105, hogs 13.000, cattle 2,500,
Estimated receipts Wednesday
Wheat 0, corn 90, oats 42, hogs 24.-
Hog market opened steady. Hogs
left over 5,000. Light 7.207.85, mix
ed and butchers 7.3Q8.00, good heavy
7.35(?t 8.05, rough heavy 7.357.55.
Cattle market opened steady.
. Shep market opened steady.
Hogs at Omaha 0,500, cattle 3,500.
Hogs at Kansas City 2.CO0, cattle 3,-000.-.
Hog market closed, for good hogs,
steady; others weak. Bulk sales 7.G0
p0. Light 7.57.85. mixed and butch
ers 7.35fr8.05. good heavy 7.40&ii.l0,
rough heavy 7.40fff;7.G0. :v "'
Cattle market closed steady.
Sheep market closed steady.
Northwestern receipts Minneapolis,
today 38, last week 430. last year J 07;
Duluth. today 32 last week 78, last
Liverpool opening cables Wheat V
higher, corn unchanged. ..
Liverpool -closing Wheat 1 high
er, corn higher.
New York Stocks.
New York. July 13. Followine are
( the quotations on the stock market
. union pacific . .......
' 17. S. Steel preferred ......
n g; S(ee, comrnon ........
'Reading ..... ..... .
Then think of being offered
suits that sold for as low as
high as $20, your choice at
$10 Knee Pants Suits now $7.50
$8 Suits, great values ; $6.00
$C fine wearing Suits $4.50
$5 very serviceable Suits $3.75
$4 ex;ra quality suits at $3.00
OjRock Island preferred
Rock Island common .
New York Central ...
L. & N
C. F. I. .....
Canadian Pacific .....
Illinois Central . . .V. .
C. & 0 77fc
B. R. T 77
11. & O 119
St. Paul : 153'2
Republic Steel preferred 1 04 Va
Republic Steel common 31
Southern Ry. 30
LOCAL MARKET CONDITIONS.
Today's Quotations on Pr jv;si3P3, Live
. Stock, Feed and Fuel.
Rock Island. July 13. Following are
the wholesale prices on the local
market today: ""
Provisions and Produca.
Grain Corn, 75e; oats, 5.S'c.
Live Poultry Hens, per pound,
12c; spring chickens, )4 to $5 per
Butter Dalry,-.20c; creamery, 25c.
U BiaaasaiSSBlMHI HH
The Elegant take Steamships,
ffa ..h v.iiul ai'TvliH. hi'twM'n Chlcaro and Mark!
... Iul . ...1 mnA nth.. NirniBI KuiUtflr
Northoro Mirhian. ronnertinu with Hit line
Superior and JSimtern eoiuu. x ne man aiiract-,
tve nd direct route to
Peotwater l4lnml We-tte-tonlns
I.iidtnrton Korthport Hoamis" uroK
Manlotre TremeClty IlarlMr Springs
I'TSDkrort t nrleoix
Oli'U Haven retoene
y Markjuar iwano
TheiM9 eleuant team.hipn ere amnns tne tinevt
So larne snd tealy to SMore comfortable
Thfy oiler the traveler every modern convenience that adda to lh delighta of an
OUUPK ou tne wawr. tHrw.i..i.wiiwi
k. F. CHURCH. CP. A. Offices aaa Docks, L EaJ Mick. St. er Raik St. BriJrt. Ckicat
$19.50 Atlantic City $19.50
And Return from Peoria, Illinois,
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Big Four and Lehigh Valley R R
THURSDAY, JULY 22.
Return limit 1 days. Stop-overs at Philadelphia, Niagara Falls,
Buffalo, Cleveland and Indianapolis. For pamphlet and sleeping
car reservation, address, , " . "
11. HKItTKRMAXV, 1. I'. A., :Ri.5 Main Street, lVoria, Illinois.
fine, high quality
$15 and others as
Lard 12 '.c to 14 c.
Potatoes 80c to 85c.
Feed and Fuel.
Grain Corn. 75c; oals COc.
Forage Timothy hay, lt to $13;
Coal Lump, per Dushel, 14c; slack,
Lewis' Single Hinder straight 5 cents.
You pay in cents for cigars not so
In I (BsHQCa
YOU'LL BE SURPRISED TO SES '
HOW YOUNG YOU LOOK WHEN
YOUR HAIR IS RESTORED TO '
ITS NATURAL COLOR.
There's oo excuse for unrighdy gray or
faded hair. . It make you look old when
fou'te not unsightly and embairatang.
iay'i Hair Health will bring back the natu
ral color and beauty, and make your bait
bright, luxuriant and full of youthful vitality.
Stops dandruff and falling out. Purely vege
table and hannlcat not a dye
$1 AND 50c BOTTLES, AT DRUGGISTS.
Hay's liar f ina Soap cures Eczema, red,
mucrli and chapped bands, and all skin diseases.
Keeps skin fine and solt, 25c druroists. Sesd
2c. tur free books, ' 'The Care oi too Skin." "The
Care ot the Hair.
th!lo Hay Spec Co.. Newark. N. 4.
For Sale by T. H. Thomas and W. T.
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