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THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER SO, 1909,
Loses Eye In a Fights During a hot
encounter in which Joe Barnett ia al
leged to have been the aggressor and
which occurred on Brown street be
tween Front and Second, Patrick Cas
ey, an elderly gentleman, suffered the
loss of his left eye and sustained other
serious ; bruises about his head and
"face. He was so badly used up that the
services of two physicians were re
quired and later he was removed to
his home In the ambulance. It Is ex
pected that he will lose the sight of
the injured eye, as It is so badly cut
that little hope is held out for its fu
ture value. The other Injuries receiv
ed will detain him In bed for' some
time because of his advanced age. Bar
nett, who is accused of making the as
sault, Is now in the county Jail, where
he will be held pending developments
and his trial. The cause to which the
fight is ascribed has not yet been as
certained, but it is claimed that both
men were somewhat under the influ
ence of liquor.
Strike Breakers In a Mlxup. The
strike troubles which have been be
; setting the Davenport locomotive plant
for the past several weeks seem not to
have been brought to a close yet, the
I latest Incident marking the long drawn
: battle which is belne waged In the
west part of the city between the com
pany officials and the worklngmen ev
idencing itself In a fight between three
of, the Strike breakers. Whether or
not the men and their troubles had any
1 direct bearing on the strike could not
' be ascertained by he police, and the
exact motive for the fight will not be
learned until the hearing which has
been set for tomorrow at 2 o'clock.
The men who are held by the police
are H. Edwards, W. Thomas and Mike
. Hold Another Alleged Forger. Glenn
Williams, who has for his aliases
George Williams, George Allen, etc.,
was arrested yesterday by Officers
Schramm and Jessen of the local police
force on the information furnished the
local department by the chief of police
of Cedar Rapids. Williams is badly
wanted in that city, as it is claimed
that he passed several forged checks
on tho business houses of Cedar Rap
ids on July 31 of this year. It is al
leged that immediately after passing
these bogus certificates he fled from
the city and all trace of him had been
lost until found in this city. Williams
is a young man of 20 years and until
I Health and Beauty Helps
i BY MRS. MAE MARTYN.
Miss Anxiety: It is a bitter confes
sion for our sex to make, but we nave
to admit that the girl who takes the
best care of her complexion and gen
eral appearance has the best chance
of getting a good husband. You
should not be so careless about those
blackheads and large uneven pores be-
low your eyes. If you wish to get rid
of these troubles, get an ounce of
almozoin from your druggist and dis
solve it In pint of cold water and
add 2 teaspoonfuls of glycerine. Stir
briskly and let stand. Apply as you
would any complexion cream. I have
had friends tell me it was splendid
for removing wrinkles. It is unex
celled for massaging, and will leave
the skin smooth and pliable. This
cream contains no oil or anything that'
will promote a growth of hair on th&
face, and I recommend it for chapped
face and hands, also for removing tan
Jamea J.: Eczema, salt rheum,
rashes and similar itching skin dis
eases are terribly annoying. The best
remedy I know of is made in this way:
Get from your druggist 4 ounces ot
alcohol and a half-pint of water.
' Shake bottle, pour small quantity upon
affected surface and let Cry, repeating
treatment until eruptions disappear
and skin is restored to healthy condi
tion. In general, this remedy has
proven very effective.
Katie D.: Never scratch the scalp
:wlth the finger nails.- To remove the
dandruff, stop your scalp from itching
. and keep the hair from falling out,
' shampoo the hair twice a month witK
canthrox and use a hair tonic made
by dissolving 1 ounce qulnzoin in
pint alcohol and pint cold water.
This "Is a splendid tonic for the hair,
and if used regularly will keep your
scalp and hair in a healthy condition.
I find It snakes the hair glossy and the
scalp moist. It la the best and most
: refreshing tonic I know.
Harriet W.: If your eyes feel tired
and are dull and inflamed, you need
an eye tonic Dissolve an ounce of
crystos in a pint of water. One or
,two drops of this in each eye every
;day Is all that Is needed to strengthen
'your eyes and make them bright and
sparkling. This tonio will not smitrt
or burn and is a great aid to Those
who wear glasses. It makes the eyes
appear brilliant and full of expression.
A. friend ot mine, who la on the stage,
tells me she keeps her much-admired
eyes beautiful by using this tonic. I
find It very strengthening to weak, in
flamed, dull and tired eyes and for
' Miss G. P.: Tour letter really
amused me. Tou are entirely too
fleshy to be charming. It Is no wonder
your sweetheart appears to care 30
recently was employed at the Corn
Products company. His residence is
given as 1S27 West Second street, and
last summer he was married to a Miss
Nellie Lights of this city. Since his
advent in Cedar Rapids Chief of Po
lice J. M. Carl has been on the trail of
the young man and finally sought and
found him in this city. Word has beeu
sent to the Cedar Rapids authorities
that Williams la held here and It Is ex
pected that he will be taken there as
soon as possible.
Fall Fatal to Aged Woman. Mrs.
Margaret B. Dow, widow of the late
Captain John L. Dow, died Saturday
evening at the home of her daughter,
Mrs. M. Shuler, in Des Moines. Her
death was the result of a fall sustain
ed earlier in the evening. While about
the house, Mrs. Dow tripped and fell,
striking her head, resulting in hemor
rhages, from which she expired at 11
o'clock. Mrs. Dow was born at Gala
Shlels. Scotland, July 15, 1841. Two
sisters, Mrs. D. A- Jones of Moline and
Miss Johanna Lamb of Annawah, 111-,
one brother. Robert H. Lamb of Ke
wanee. 111., and four children, L. T.
Dow of Davenport, J. H. Dow of Win-
terset, Iowa, Mrs. Charles Pasche of
St. Joseph, Mo., and Mrs. Hugh M.
Shuler of Des Moines, survive. The fu
neral was held this morning at 10
o'clock from the residence of L. T.
Dow, 151 Bridge avenue. Burial was
made In Oakdale cemetery.
Obituary Record. Hayes Lapham
passed away Sunday evening at his
home, 321 East Ninth street, following
a prolonged illness resulting from an
abscess on the brain. He was born in
Wisconsin Feb. 21. 1877. and was 32
years of age at the time of death. The
body was shipped to Douglas, Minn.,
his former home, last evening at S
o'clock for funeral services and burial.
Mrs. L. J. Barnes passed away Sat
urday night at the home of her daugh
ter, Mrs. E. Ellyson, near Iowa City,
death coming as the result of a third
stroke of paralysis. She was born in
Richmond, Va., in 1S29. Two years
ago she left Davenport to go to live
with her daughter. Four children,
Mrs. B. Dickerson of Nebraska, Mrs.
E. Ellyson of Iowa City, Frank Barnes
of Iowa City and Mrs. V. R. Rowe of
Davenport, survive. The funeral was
held yesterday from the homo of her
daughter, Mrs. Ellyson, near Iowa
City. Burial was made in the Atalissa
Theodore Klein, infant son of Mr.
and Mrs. Theodore Klein, 2517 Boise
street, died yesterday at the home of
his parents at the age of one week.
little for you since you have grown so
fleshy. As a famous actress recently
said: "Nobody loves a fat woman."
You ought to reduce your weight t.1
least 20 pounds. Even though other
remedies have failed, try this: Dis
solve 4 ounces of parnctis in a pint
of hot water and take a tablespoonful
before each meal. This remedy is pej.
fectly harmless and doss not require
dieting. I am sure' it will do you a
world of good and enable you to re
gain your former stylish, slender fig
ure. Anna R.: (1) Don't use soap when
shampooing. It does more harm than
good. It makes the hair stiff and
leaves the scalp harsh and dry. Try
shampooing your hair every two weeks
with a teaspoonful of cwnthrox dis
solved in a cud of hot water. I never
use any other kind of a shampoo. Can
throx lathers freely and gives a de
lightful shampoo that dries quickly.
It cleans the hair and scalp nicely and
stops all irritation. You can get a
canthrox shampoo at almost any sham
poo parlor, "or you can buy canthrox
from your druggist and prepare tho
shampoo at home. It makes the hair
soft and glossy. (2) For a genuinely
good hair tonic, see answer to Katie D.
Louise L.: Men certainly can't be
blamed for admiring pretty women.
The woman with a clear, fresh-looking,
youthful complexion deserves at
tention. If you want to get rid of that
shiny, greasy, muddy lodk to your
complexion, the next time you go to
the drug store, get 4 ounces of spur
max and dissolve it in a half-pint of
hot water and add 2 teaspoonfuls of
glycerine. This lotion will, not rub off
like face powder, but will clear up and
whiten the skin, make it soft and
smooth, and give you a beautiful com
plexion. I find this lotion excellent
for rough, sallow skin, cold sores, tan,
freckles and pimples. It costs very
little and is unquestionably a wonder
Florence: That tired feeling you
have on arising every morning shows
plainly that your blood is not in good
order. You ought to take a good tonic.
The best tonic I know of la made by
dissolving an ounce cf kardene and a
half-teacupful ot sugar in a half-pint
of alcohol, and then adding enough
boiling water to make a full quart of
tonic. Take 1 tablespoonful 5 minutes
before each meal and before retiring.
It will clear up your blood, relieve
you of that tired, lazy feeling, give
you renewed energy and remove those
pimplea from your face. This tonic
will put your blood in good condition,
and make you feel like a new woman.
My experience shows this tonic an ex
cellent one for clearing up a sallow
complexion, restoring lost appetite, re
moving liver blotches, skin eruptions,
and toning up the system , generally.
Besides his parents, seven sisters,
Florence, Helen, Blanche, Myrtle, Ger
trude and Margaret, and two brothers,
William and Joseph, survive.
INSURED FOR A MILLION
Woman Is Head of a Big Business
By taking out a life insurance policy
for $300,000 Mrs. Charles Netcher,
owner of a big Chicago department
store, has become the most heavily in
sured woman In tho world.
The grand total of all Mrs. Netcher'a
policies is now $1,000,000. As far as
is known, this Is the most life insur
ance carried by any woman. The late
Mrs. Leland Stanford s line of insur
ance was a like amount.
The additional $300,000 of Mrs.
Netcher was placed by the Chicago
manager of one of the big New York
companies. Having already insured
Mrs. Netcher in his company for its
individual limit on a feminine risk, he
was authorized to handle the addition
al for another company, and this com
pany has taken the entire amount.
Mrs. Netcher stated that she was
taking oat the additional insurance to
protect her large business interests.
She Is following In the footsteps of her
late husband in taking out heavy life
insurance. When he decided to erect
a big building In 1904 Mr. Netcher took
out policies aggregating $500,000, so
that the extensive plans might not
be interfered with. He died In June
of the same year.
First Policy For $500,000.
In October of 110-1 Mrs. Netcher, hav
ing taken up the business, contracted
for insurance aggregating 300,000 in
four of the large eastern companies.
Since then she had increased her line
$200,000, and her last addition brings
the total to an even $1,000,000.
Before taking out her tlrst policy
Mrs. Netcher studied the life insurance
proposition for some time and had her
own ideas as to just what sort of
policy she desired. She discussed the
matter for some time with the repre
sentatives of the company, and finally
an agreement was ' reached satisfac
tory to herself and the companies.
Just what yearly premiums she pays
on her policies the rompanies decline
to state, but it is understood that her
rate is higher than that paid by Mr.
Netcher. The annual premium, which
he paid only cuee on his $."Q0,000, was
Mrs. Neteher's business acumen has
becu shown l;i Lor successful manage
ment of aCaira since her husband's
Other Women With High Insurance.
Miss Helen Gould, after Mrs. Netch
er, is said to be the heaviest insured
woman ia the country, her policies
reaching above the iiou.ooo mark.
A number of Chicago women carry
heavy insurance policies, the list in
cluding Mrs. Francis Carolan and Mrs.
I'. O. LowCen, daughters of the late
George M. Pullman; Sirs. Maldwin
Dmmmond, formerly Mrs. Marshall
Field, Jr.. and Mrs. A. J. Graham,
wife cf the banker. Their aggregate
policies are as follows:
Mrs. Frmei3 Carolun, $230,000; Mrs.
F. O. Lowden. $250,000; Mrs. A. J.
Graham, $100,000; Mr3. Maldwin Drum
A number c women of tho Euro
pean nobility carry large lines of in
surance to protect their Interests where
estates are entailed; but, as far as is
known, none of these approaches Mrs.
Netcher as far as aggregate insurance
Actresses and grand opera singers in
manj' cases carry much insurance
Anna Held is Insured for $100,000,
Mnie. Nordicn has a line of $50,000,
and Maude Adams carries insurance
WANTS NEW COMMANDMENT.
Professor Would Put "Thou Shalt Not
Get Drunk" Into Deoalogue.'
Some changes In the Ten Command
ments to make them apply to modern
conditions are advocated by Thomas
N. Carver, professor of economics at
Professor Carver in particular wants
an entirely new commandment dealing
with the1 liquor habit. He would have
it take the place of the commandment
which reads. "Thou shalt not take the
name of the Lord thy God in vain."
nis substitute commnndment would
read, "Thou shalt not drink to drunk
enness nor bewilder thyself with strong
"The employment of the word God
and like blasphemies as fhey are ut
tered today have lost their old time
significance," said Professor Carver.
A Scalded Boy's Shrieks
horrified his grandmotner. Mrs. Maria
laylor of Nebo, Ky., wro writes that,
when all thought he would die, Buck
lea's Arnica Salve wholly cured him.
Infallible for Burns, Scalds, Cuts,
Corns, Wounds, Bruises, Cures Fever
SoreB, Bolls, Skin Eruptions, Chil
blains, Chapped Hands. Soon routs
Piles. 25c at ail druggists.
to get a bottle of Hostetter's Stomach
Bitters when you first notice any
symptoms of stomach, liver or bowel
troubles and you will save yourself
a lot of unnecessary suffering.
Is compounded from lmgredients,
best adapted for curing such ail
ments and for over 56 years has been
very successful. Try a - bottle for
ITeartbiirn, Belching, Bloating, Poor
Appetite, Indigestion, ' Dyspepsia,
Colds, Grippe and Malaria.
Child Attacked by Wolf. Miss Vio
let Schultz, 10-year-old daughter l
George Schultz, residing at Second
avenue and Ninth street, East Moline,
had a close call from being torn to
pieces by a ferocious wolf, owned by
Peter Van Este, saloonkeeper at the
northeast corner of Ninth street and
First avenue. The child stopped at !
the side gate on Ninth street to look
at the wolf. Just how far she entered
the yard is not known. The wolf on
discovering the child eprang upon her,
fastening his teeth in the calf of one
leg. She freed herself after an ugly
wound had been inflicted, and ran
home. A physician was summoned to
attend her. Unless complications
arise the girl will recover, though the
limb may become black for a time as
a result of having come in contact
with the wolf's fangs. Mr. Van Este
has always kept the wolf chained .'n
his yard and the animal must have
been teased by someone to have
caused the attack on the child.
To Settle in West. Maurice J.
O'Connor, for four years an expert
blacksmith at the Silvis shops of the
Rock Island road. Is off for Miles City,
Mont., to take a position in the shops
of the Chicago, Milwaukee and Pugt
Sound road, the extension of the C.
M. & St. P. He will have charge f
the third fire there. Mr. O'Connor car
ries with him fine recommendations
from the Silvis officials in apprecia
tion of his ability as a blacksmith.
His family will remain at 2309 Seventh
avenue till he finds a home for them
In their new home city.
School for Catholic Children.
Father Van Stappen of St. Mary'3
church. East Moline, believes that a
school will be built In connection with
the church before the fall term begins
in 1910. He estimates that there are
130 Catholic families averaging four
children, residing in East Moline. This
would result in arl enrollment of t.t
least 500 children. Sisters from Peo
ria would probably be engaged as
Women Win in School Election.
Women of Silvis were tho victors In a
hotly contested special school election
Saturday afternoon. The Issue of the
two factions. It is rumored, was over
women serving on the school board.
The woman's ticket Mas victorious.
The closest race was between Mrs.
Rose McKinley and Pitt Hochstraus
ser, Mrs. McKinley winning by six
votes. James J. Welsh of the same
ticket had a majority of IS votes over
Frank Hall. The results of the elec
tion; James J. Welsh, CO; Frank Hall,
42; Mrs. Rose McKinley, 52; Pitt
Hochstrausser, 46. A total number
of 204 votes were cast. A goodly
number of the ballots were scratched.
Mrs. Rose McKinley will serve until
the spring of 1910 and James Welsh
until the spring of 1912.
Obituary Record. Word has been
received here of the death in Lincoln,
111., of Mrs. Mary Jackson, pioneer
resident of Moline, who removed from
tne city about 18 years apo. Death
came Saturday after a brief illness,
as it was only a couple of weeks ago
that Mrs. Jackson was planning a
visit to this city. Miss Mary Evans is
remembered by old-time residents as
residing with her parents in a log
cabin east of Moline, near the present
site of the Catholic cemetery in East
Moline, as early as 1850. Her daugh
ter, Miss Anna Jackson, married Dr.
Charles E.' Piper, now deceased, who
was a pioneer druggist in Moline, hav
ing a store on Second avenue. Henry
Sandstrom 'was his erK, later wis
taken into partnership, and eventually
acquired the entire business and re
moved the store to Third avenue. Th
remains were buried yesterday !n
"DRY FARMING" A MISNOMER
Spokane Man Offers Reward For Better
Name Suggested For the Congress.
One hundred dollars in gold is of-'
fered by V. Lewis Clark of Spokane,
Wash., a retired capitalist and railroad
builder, for a substitute title to be
adopted by the national dry farming
congress, which will have its fifth ses
sion in Spokane early next fall.
His object is to secure a name which
will be iraore appropriate than the
present one. Many officers and mem
bers of the organization believe that it
gives the wrong impression of the
aims and purposes of the congress In
that the title dry farming is a mis
nomer. An attempt to, change the name of
the organization at Billings. Mont., last
month resulted in a clash, and the title
remained as formerly.
New Wireless System In Russia.
The military department at St. Pe
tersburg Is taking considerable inter
est in a new system of wireless teleg
raphy which has been Invented by a
Russian student. It is claimed that
messages have been sent from St. Pe
tersburg to Sebastopol and received ac
curately. One of the principal features
of the new system is that messages
cannot be tanned by outside stations,
and it is interfiled to build a station In
the Ural mountains to connect with a
similar station to be built in Vladivos
tok. World's Largest Leather Belt.
What is declared to be the largest
and most expensive leather belt ever
made for power drive was recently
shipped to the south from New York
city. The belt is 240 feet long, six feet
wide, three ply thick and was con
structed at a cost of &3.S00 by a com
pany In New. York eity. Into the belt
irJK&M Royal, impossible ivtpout 1L fir
ilU k I H !J B U!fe$i VVXfcJV THE ONLY fiaWng Powder ,
I ,,pmM rWM VVW made from Itoyal Grape M
wear the hides or 540 Texas steers.
The belt was built for a great lumber
company of Bogalusa, La.
Young America on Thanksgiving Day.
Of course Thanksgiving- doesn't mean
Just sports for every one.
Our parson has to preach that dar.
And that can't be much fun.
And mother has to sup'rlntend
The roasting of the turk.
While father sharpens carving knives
This all means lots of work.
But, then, for ir.e 'tis a dandy time.
I simply take my seat
At table when the dinner's on
N' eat. 'n eat, 'N' EAT!
The Joy That Killed.
A senator was praising the humor
of a certain congressman.
"His humor, however," he conclud
ed, "is rather grim. I told him the
other day about a mutual acquaint
ance who had died, a man he bad nev
" 'And his wife is dead, too, I said,
n? himself died on Monday; h,ls wife
died two days later. The papers didn't
say what killed her
" 'She was tickled to death. I guess,
said the congressman grimly."
The Man of the Hour.
Little Charles was sent to Miss R.'s
to return a basket. He was received
very cordially and Invited to come
"some time and stay to dinner." "Thank
you," said Charles very solemnly. "I
will. I'll stay today." Delineator.
"I scraped an acquaintance with
"Yes. And he says your methods
need honing." Cleveland Leader.
When the weather is cold
and stormy, most of us are
more or less subject to the un
pleasant experience of colds,
with the consequent wearing
strain of the cough and the
danger of more serious trouble
apt to follow neglect.
People who practice deep
breathing and who use ordi
nary care to avoid suddeu
changes of temperature, damp
ness and exposure, are less li
able to take cold than those cf
less methodical habits. At the
first sign of a cold steps should
be taken to check it. A simple
inexpensive and effective reme
dy is made by mixing two
ounces of glycerine, a half
ounce of Virgin Oil of Tine
compound pure and eight
ounces of pure whisky. It is
claimed by the Leach Chemical
company of Cincinnati, who
prepare the genuine Virgin Oil
of Pine compound pure for dis
pensing through druggists,
that a teaspoonful of this mix
ture four times a day will
break up a cold in 24 hours
and cur any cough that is
THAT PALLID, ASHEN HUE
The forewarning of diseased kidneys' deadly work is in the gray ptllor of
Day by day, there are people men
and women gradually drifting along
taking little heed of the first signs
of diseased kidneys and bladder until
the time for a cure is past. There is
then little to hope for. Few persons
even faintly comprehend the exces
sively deadly character of Kidney
and Bladder ailments. If they did
they would in no case delay seeking
Such Insistent signals of danger as
those intermittent pains and "hitches'
In the back, groin and limbs (or con
stant dragging pains in back), head
aches, bloating of the extremeties,
nervousness, tired-out feeling, sleep
lessness at night, etc. should con
vince you that your system Is charged
with that deadliest ot all systemic
poisons uric acid.
. And uric acid in your system, sure
ly means Kidney and Bladder disease
and, later, chronic rheumatism, in
flammatory rheumatism, gravel and
gall-stones, dropsy, diabetes, serious
nervous disorders, and Brlght's Dis
ease. You will readily see why you
cannot afford to delay. I
DeWITT'S KIDNEY AND BLADDER
are the best remedy In the world for
all such conditions. This statement
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A. Home rs0"
We have a proposition which we wish to submit to anyone look
ing for a home which they can buy on easy terms or for a piece
of gilt edged Income property.
The property is located In the east part of the city and con
sists of two houses on a large lot 60x130. The location is de
sirable and convenient to street cars and the houses are never
vacant. One house with 10 rooms rents at $ 19. The other, a neat
five room cottage rents at $10. Both have city water anl sewer.
The price is $3,400. The terms, $500 cash down and the bal
ance at $25 per month.
This is particularly desirable for anyone employed at the ar
senal or Molino shops on account of the location and Is especially
suited to a young married man who could live in the cottage and
rent the other house. For one situated so as to handle It In this
way the proposition would figure as follows:
Annual income from large house at $19 per month $228.00
Taxes f 87.50
Water rent '. 1S.OO
First year's interest 160.00 $223.50
Balance over expenses ........... $4.50
In other words you would have free rent and a balance of $4.60
besides to apply on repairs which would be very light. The $25
per month which you pay would, every cent of it, apply on the prin
cipal, cutting it down at the rate of $300 per year and reducing the
The price at which these properties are offered would not build
the houses themselves to say nothing of the value of the lot. Yon
are getting a sacrifice price on easy terms. We can say honestly
that we have not seen a proposition to equal it since we have been
Our office is open Wednesday and Saturday evenings from 7
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ptclon that be or she Is a victim ot
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