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THE ROCK TSL.AXD AKGUS. WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 1910.
ALL HOPE FOB
i to bring thi3 a'bout as it would be out
' of the powefl of the city to accomplisu
it alter tne granting or mo penain.5
ordinance for a period of 20 years.
Several of the speakers mentioned in
stances where business inrsrests seek
ing a place in this city were unable
to get locations along the lines of the
Interests on Two Avenues Will!s,reot car service in the business dis-
. . . ! trict and had accordingly decided to
.eventually Agree as to i G clscwhere to locate.
Routing of Cars. J Commit t em io Oeufer.
! Mayor McCaskr'n suggested that
xn'pi(-nvDnnv "le committees from the two avenues
Ur DCNcFIT TO EVERYBODY ; get together in the near future and
i adjust their differences in an amicable
CLEARED BY JURY
Held Guiltless of Assault
Shooting at John P.
Third Avenue Represented in Meet
ing at City Hall Suburban May
Go to I aghteentli.
manner. The committee from the
Third avenue men was empowered to
confer with the other committee and
to represent the avenue at the council
meetings, and to act in tne matter as
i they see fit and influenced only by
As The Argus stated last evening j such directions as the majority of the"
In discussing the proposed street i Third avenue men may see fit to give
railway extensions and the suggested : i 1 the future,
change in the routing of some of the ; Another I'oint to watch,
cars in the business district, to in-j , ne propoed franchise for the
elude Third avenue as well as Second . Kock ,sIand Southern from the west
.nenue. me indications are uoumig ; t.nd vIa Fifth avenue and Seventeenth
HOUR TO REACH VERDICT
Week of the Time of Court Is Occu
pied With Hearing Testimony
in the Case.
W. W. Wilmerton, under indictment
for shooting, with intent to do
great bodily injury. John Looney
in a pistol duel on Third .avenue a
year afjo, was acquitted by a jury
was originally promised that the line !
would be in operation two months
George A. Schaab.
George Adam Schaab. one of the
oldest German settlers of Rock Island
county, died this morning at 1:15 at
the home of his daughter, Mrs.
Charles Hanshaw, 1020 Fourteenth ave
nue. The cause of death was the in
firmities of age and complications.
Deceased was a native of Germany
and was 88 years of age last October.
He came to this country CO years ago.
He settled in southern Illinois and
came to this city in 1855. He had re
sided here since that time. During
the administration of the late Mayor
James Buford, in 1S-J3 and 1870, he
served as commissioner of streets, iiv
retU-ed from active work 20 years ago.
. i I . . ,1 V... i i ll i . . !
Me is suniit-u u. live cnuuren, ouj the land
unaries nansnaw, Airs, fienry smiin,
Mollne: Mrs. Frank Fulsinger, Milan;
John Schaab. this city, and Loui3
TO COME HERE
Definite Information as to the
Course of Run Next Sea
son Is at Hand.
THIS A CONTROL STATION
Car Leaves Cincinnati to Spy Out the
Route to lie Covered in Annual
Cincinnati, Feb. 23. The first auto
mobile to traverse the route and "spy
for the 1910 Glidden tour
left here at noon today. This tour
will start from here in June and cover
the circuit court today. It I Schaab of Peoria. There are ten I 2,200 miles. Controls will be estab-
more apparent that
eventually the ;
street to First avenue
inu uuBiur-na imc.,.. v.. ast to Twentieth, as now .nnnlied for voniu ro,.nU f t,, w U r.ot
both Second and Third avenues will!, tn Walshes in lieu of the First ! . ',',,, thf trIat t n -in
through proper committees come to I, risTht nf wnv oripinnnv nilrht ho presided at the trial, at 11.30.
and thence! took the jury only an hour to reach a j grandchildren and seven great-grand- : lished. among other places, at St. Jo-! ii
I by them, is still subject to objection.
one respect at least. l he ordi- court when the verdic t was read
an understanding mutually advan
tageous. Thus, while reserving to
Second avenue all of the prestige that
it now enjoys as the main business
thoroughfare of the city, will yield
to Third avenue such facilities as
will be satisfactory.
A member of the city council
speaking to Ths Argus on the sub-
jt-c-L u. ine existing umerences iai . in u,e pilrpos(, to llse west Seven
evening, said: -The matter of the'teeRtn from second avenue to First,
routing of the tars it appears to tmjxhls brings up once more the prime
ought to be settled by the Second : objeetlon of conlliet with the Belt
avenue and the Third avenue busi- : ,ine , facl such a prruU would
ness interests among themselves anc , tpnd not onlv to elTeci.iiallv block the
the company. If this corld be dor. : rlt ,in ,.. ir fn rm,H;,.t with the
Neither Wilmerton nor Iooney was in
I The funeral arrangements are not
in a manner satisfactory to the con
biding interests, it would be bettei
all around.' :
In any event it seems likely that :
the subject will be brought to the at :
tention of the council again tonight j
as the representatives of both streets- i
win be represented. Whether the
ri-City Railway ordinance will'rgaii j
come up for consideration remains lo i
Will Come Out All IllKht
To The Argus it would seem that ,
"an adjustment might be made bv n 1
series of conferences between the
committees representing the two ave
nues, for after all everybody is foi
Rock Island and for what promises
nance in its entirety if it follows the! The trial of wilmerton occupied a
line of the draft, must of course be j week cf tne time of ,le court. Wil
w hipped into more presentable shape. 1 lnerfon testified before the jury that
and be specific in all that it contem- i he shot at Looney in self-defense. The
plates and permits, but the faulty j ehooting afr,.ay 1)etween the two men
provision of the measure as it applies flook J)lace ,n Thlrd avPnue in front of
stric tly to the right cf way is found , ,v , r tv, t,,,,i ..
tween Eighteenth and Nineteenth
streets. It was the climax of business
and personal differences.
C. J. Senrle and F. H. Kelly con
ducted the defense of Wilmerton, and
State's Attorney I,. M. Mngiil and H.
M. Schriver, his assistant, prosecuted.
The testimony was concluded yester
day. This morning, after Judge Oest
read his instructions, the case went to
Trial of llrt.
The next ensa set for trial on the
criminal docket is that of John W.
llawes, who is under indictment on
the charge of murder. In adjourning
court this morning Judge Gcst ex-
Relt line right of way as already
signed up find which extvnds through
the block ;o Seventeenth street prop
er. For this block the frontage is
already secured by the Belt line.
May l e F.ljilite.-nlh.
So that it will be necessary to
change the route from Second ave
nue north from West Seventeenth
either by using the Tri-City track?
Solon V. Hoke.
Solon V. Hoke, a pioneer- of the
northern end of Rock Island county
and a member of one of the niosi
prominent families of Cordova, riled
at his home near that village Monday.
The funeral was h:ld this afternoon
at 2 o'clock from the residence, wit a
sermon by Rev. Abraham Jsgers rf
Port Pyron and srviees at tne gr.iV"
in chargs f ths Woodmen. Burial
took place at the Cordova ceTn-.nerv.
Mr. Hoke war, bo;n at Wayne sbur-T
Ohio, in 1S4!. and came to IHi;i
when H years or age with h'.s father,
the late Jacob Hoke. For a score of
years the famiiy live hi the villar
but late tn the 70s removed to the
farm, where the sen has livd sincri-.
Mr. Hoke never married. He is sur
vived by two brothers, tv.igene of Cor
dova, wl.o !.- nruv vis:;::ig in Cali
fornia and Robert of Mdford, Ore.
soph. Mo., Des Moines. Cedar Rapids,
Davenport. Iowa, and Rock Island, Mo- L;
line, and Chicago, 111.
2207 Fourth Ave, Rock Island, 111
Our business is to sell you strictly up-to-date groceries
at the lowest market prices. Fresh stock, no back num
bers on our shelves. That's what makes our business
SPECIALS FOR THIS WEEK
Illfir Evrnt of Year.
The foregoing Associated Press dis
patch receiver! this aftcrroon is the
first definite assurance thn has come
to th' three cities that the Ulidden
tour would bo routed this way. Thr
Glidden tour was held in the wrst for
the first time Uis: year. It is the iig
scpt event of the season in the auto
mobile world, and as the coming si;m
rr.fr is expected to be the greatest in
the hi'-!ory of motor driven vehie'es,
the interest will be greater than ever
I.nrfre cnilirr !!ri! Him. j
In addition to a hirge number ofcen-!
tpstants fejr the prizes offered, there j
are always many non-contestants who j
mr.ke the run. The omirg of the Glid
den touristy will give motoring an adr"
cd imj-etus here. The party will prob- .
?.biy be here over nigh;.
COKXMEAI-Fino, made cf
best new corn, white or
yellow, sack 23c
1ENTELS New German len
tels, very nice for soup,
three pounds 2 5c
OLIVES A ouart of gnod
choice olives in
Mason Jar 2Cc
PICKLES Small sweet pickles
CHOW CHOW Per
PIU'XES Fancy large Santa
per pound 10c
APRICOTS Large bright Cal
ifornia evaporated apricots,
per pound 15c
per package . . .
whole leaf spinach,
Pl'MPKrNMakes a very nice
three ( tins ...'...'. 2 5c
SWEET POTATOES Can
Chuck full, simply heat
and serve, per can 15c
Ill'TTEUIXE We sell Friedman's high grade butterine. We be
lieve if you will cast aside? any prejudice that you might have and
try just one pound, you will Le a regular user of
Friedman's butterine, per pound 25c an,l 20c
Come and see lis or phone us your order.
" m DRINKIVATER
! right down Seventeenth to Second
Mrs. Indiola Ralston.
Mrs. Indiola Ralston. tak'n ill while
r.nd thence by independent, right of ' fused the jurors unMl tomorrow morn-, on a yi:l,t tQ hPr raother Mrs
way over to First by Seventeenth
; proper, or by coming over .MarKet
j square on the west side from Third
I avenue and crossing the Tri-City
Railway tracks diagonally to the low-
ing. at which time the work of getting j En; , Port nyroa vrstcnlar !
a jury to hear the evidence in the ;
Hi A nt ncf C- .1.. 2
iuwot. nut iui any uuuy in piirlicu-
portion of Soventoenth street
i.,- 1...J. -i I h oner. 11 is Matfu inud. imsl un-
lar. uul lor iiie who e people; tor tno - , . , , ,
industrial and business interests in ; m,shr f f st,fr0ra
general, for development along all j Fifth avenue to Eighteenth, and thence
lines, for more factories, for the best ! nor,h to First.
for alb That k th. Enirtt .lr,,J The specific requirements of the
has souernt to renre-sent. irren'tivo : Fol!IIlprn ordinance.
murder case will be commenced.
Hawes has retained the services of
Searle & Marshall to defend him.
Hawes fhot and killed Petr De
Gols Inst September when the latter
interfered in a q-:arrrl between Hawes
and his stepson, Alva Banks.
nature of the coaches.
will undoubtedly be
of all else and that is Hip spntimimt
whiVh in iho ni r,-Q, -;i ti,. ! etc.. to be used
may be rivalrv. there may be strife, j looked after before the council puts
but beyond and above it all is Rock ! the finance on its passage. The
Island. i ordinance should be absolutely of the
nature of a street car ordinance, witn
at the Agatha hospital. Clinton, Iowa.
She had come from her home in Cali
fornia to spend the winter with her
mother owing to the latter's poor
health. Mrs. Ralston was born in Fe.-t
Ryron and wsj 19 ycrs of age. She
leaves her hu.-band atnl two children
in California. Burial will be ia Port
FOR BAR BANQUET;
j Two Hundred InvitAtions Issued
Profession in Five Counties
Thlr;! Avrnne In torot.i Meet.
A score or more of Third avenue
business men and property owners
gathered at the city hall this morning
and discussed the proposed changing
of the routes of the street car lines.
L. S. McCabe acted as chairman of
the meeting and James McNaman
was selected to serve as secretarv.
After a lengthy discussion of the pro- i
posed changes in which most of those
present their expressed views, it was 1
decided to select a committee of :)
to represent the avenue's interests be
fore the city council and r,n confer
ence with the committee from Second
avenue which was appointed at the
re-cent meeting at the New Harper.
Mr. McCabe by resolution was named
as the chairman of the committee and
the following were named as mem
bers: Henry W. Tremann, James Me
Namara. F. O. Van Galder. G. C. Win
ger, T. J. Medill. F. W. Bahnsen. G. C.
i no loop holes such as would in the
! future permit of its use for steam
: roads or freight traffic. Furthermore,
it should stipulate the exact style cf
the cars to be used for passenger.
! mail and express. When the Daven
: port Suburban, which the Walsher
j promoted, secured its right of way in
Davenport, an express provision was
contained as to the length and style
i and type of the cars. The wisdon"
of this requirement was ' afterward I
; shown. whfn. while the Walshes
i brought in new cars for the Fourth
'street line as provided by the ordi
nance, and which, although of the ; jntprferjt,g
uoiiuip irucK arieiy. were imi or me
Jeremiah McCarthy Ordered by
Court to Keep Away from
has returned from
i J. B. Dreschler
Announcement was mr.de todiy cf
the completion of the program o! the
annual banquet of the Rock Island
County Rar association 'O be held .it
the New Harper Monday evening,
Feb. 2 v It i:; to be as follows:
Toastmaster W. I. Moire. Moline.
president Rock Island County Bar as-
Appointee! by Ci; craur Menilw
Stute Court of Claims Oilier
S.-ringfield. 111.. Feb. 2S. (Pp-elr.1.
Go'.emor C. Detieen today mad..'
the follow. n:r appointments:
Chatles F. AmKroici. Princeton, to
be mcnutr oi uie nanois a"u m: .ir.-
; gan canal commission, vice Clarenc-i
I E. Snively. Canton, resigned,
t A. G. Kennedy. He Klb. to be niin
1 Ik r of the state court of claims to r.'.ie
jee(i C. J. Seailo. Rock Island, re-,
I Even I). John, Carbo'idale, to be
member of the state mining board,
i vice I.eo Kincaid. Athens, resigtu'd.
That Is Advice of Dr. Edward
Bartow, Expert at Illinois
HAS EXAMINED SAMPLES
I'inds Evidences of Contamination
.suiii'.; lo I'lililtercd Slate and
Pronounces .1 iilgin lit.
Mrs. R. C. Smedley will arrive home sociation.
this evening from Bloomir.gton.
Miss IjCu'sp fxng cf Peoione 111.
'is visiting Miss Gertrude Schmidt, S.".
CRUELTY IS THE CHARGE Twrniy third streot
I Edward Blenkcr.feldt has returned
' from Montana, where he has been vis-
! iting several months.
' Mrs. Walter Cooley of 2a25 Thir
i tieth street left todiy for Macomb,
111., for an extended visit.
Ferd Levy has returned from an ex-
Wife Also Files Petition for Separate
Maintenance Cora M. Findley
Renins Divorce Action.
Address "What Is Being Pone in 1
the Illinois legislature" Hon. 1M- '
ward I. Sbxrtleff. spra'-"v of tlie
house of lepreseutatives.
Addrers Hon. Sanviel A!.-ch;:ler. i
Chicago (to choose own subject, i ;
Five minute talk? W. J. Graham.;
Aledo. representing Mercer county,
"Circuinstaatial evidence:" C. C. .M: ;
Mahon. Fulton, representing White
side county. "Argument to Jurors;" t
ling Point c? Helium Cas Is
Juct ALov: It.
A!tho!!-rb familiar to Kcientlsts. it is.
not giMierally Uimwi; Iliat I he true
j.vt i;( b.eat h is been del eri:: i :;ed. i'.y
this libsoiLUe y.fVtt is iiicani a i'in: er
ature wliieli caiiimt get any elder,
which m.'.-nis that n heat whatever
exists or e.-:n exist at tli.it iii:t i'iiis
j-eint i oi.;.,- .i!pi:t -l.Vi (!,rri'i-i l-ei.v. .
the ;:er nw.' er'pary I'a 'ire!i ::e!t
t beri:i(iniete;-s or 'JT.'i degrees peluw tlu
Foil our drl'iK ing water.
Tie- hiply now comliig in'o yot:r
hc,:ne lrom the city mains Lt not fil
tered. It l pent to you in the raw
M;Me from i ! r servoir. on the Jill!.
The- rs tbe.e are not op. ru'ed due
in.: the winter se.vnii.
The yp d cf tdiold In th" city
hr.s given yUt- to a theory in the medi
cal trit rt i'y that the drinking w,i'"r
I li i v ; .
.1nmes ir Andrews. Kewanee. renr?
Judge F. D. Ramsay granted an in- ; te-nrlerl husineas trin east, acrnmnanv-1 sontinc ttenrv countv. "lawyers as! signi.'ies a few words m:i.-t be pboed
junction in the branch of the circuit ' ing Abe Rosenfield of Chicago, who legislators;" William Jackson. Rock1 here defining beat itself.
,,-r ;.. i. tn-.n,J ' ramp home with him for a ilav's visit.' Talunr! rr nreent nx Rock Island' Hc:.t i e.'u-ied :;:;:!.'.' by
wiuu iiiicuiiij oriT-UllilIl .WtV.il! I 11 , ' "
i.i i . 1 V Renatrn will leave tonlsrht. for! county. "Fxamination of Wit n :s.ics ; " ; Kinds of
i i win. v i.-mi uiu iiir im ii 1'iiiiit- i ii i i inn i - - .- -
in any way with his wife j
t 1, I 1 J L111 r l
strictly interurban type, second hand j ,t,,u e e ""i t cne
cars were placed on the branch Tine injunction was filed by Attorney Wil-
from some other city.
I-:n-.nn;sf ment nltb SnfrciinrdK.
The duty incumbent upon the coun
cil is to give the Rock Island South
ern a franchise for its interurbar
passenger traflic, but it is also its
"T'" 1J' MlKr J,U1 LJ1- "- Railway company comin
It was the consensus of opinion that
the Third avenue interests were not
asking too much in their request tint
some of the street car lines now run
ning over Second avenue either be
changed to run over Third avenue or
at least include Third avenue, too.
Talks to this effect were made by
Chairman I,. S. McCabe, T. J. Medill.
F. O. Van Galder, W. L. Aster, E. F.
Dorn. F. W. Bahnsen. and, in fact,
practically every one at the meeting,
including Mayor George W. McCaskrin.
They spoke of the need of the city
to widen out its business district by
spreading out the street car service.
secured under the same franchise, j liam McEniry on behalf of Rose Mc- j
Rock Island must know the kind of j Carthy. wife of the defendant. Accom-
coaenes tnat are to tie run tnrougr nanvine the bill was a nlea for SPmr-
ate maintenance. Mrs. McCarthy
charges her husband with drunkenness
and cruelty, and says that when he
New York and Saturday he will take George
passage cn the North Gerrcan Lloyd j sentin
1 steamer Barbarrossa for
Mrs. David Connell and daughter.
Miss Goldia of Racine. Wis., who have
W. Scott, Davenport, rtpre
Scott county, "Gtnd Fellow-
Ret ween the Iowa and Illinois
this city or it may find some of the
abandoned equipment of th Tri-Cit;
comes home in an intoxicated condi- j LABORATORY
tion he beats and abuses her and their i
children, Edna, aged 22; Dessie, 20, and Claire F. Mrlienn Kstablishes Knter
Eugene. 10. She states that at such ! prise as Side Line,
times it is necessary for them to leave j A pharmaceutical laboratory has
the defendant in complete possession I been established hv Claire F. Mel-ean.
duty to definitely specify that the carsj pf the, houso. McCarthy is a switch-I Ph. C. at his home, 2427 Eighth ave-
.'i-ied f : by the tin :t
ttle iiieleeui.'S i:i a: y to. Iv
or thing vibrating very fast a:nl i!n:s
sending out waves i:itn the ether.
Palermo snip net ween tne lowa anu niniuio v ue:i iiiec nim-s n..i- jiii oiiint-i
illar." Giey a:ce that trailer to lico nu- l.et.
Two hundred invitations have boon ; as we s.iy. Now. i!:e t.iter these
ued to the members of ihe legal 1 molecules vibrate the more heat is
i mriirt tl,.-, four rnrn. ' uive'i olit :i:.il Ihe laitter is the bodv
been visiting at the home of Georg- ' ' ' " , osH, Tll4. sluu,.:. ,,. 1!l(ll;lVs
vof lies Ul IUV CIlAUl jm,n., .v. (
i Tit'nnia nr, tn iho members of thv i colder the l.!y. So. if a coilitioii
Scott countv bar j could be reached where the in i.les
J ! ' did pot vibr:;i at all. v. by, t!,eree uM
DAfl'IMP. UnilOP PMTPRPri ' he no beat, and theiolo-.e f!i(. I., dy
IfHUIMUM liwwwi- . wou!t5 ,e absolutely eel.. 1 Ins eon-
... , , , ... , ! r.ition of affairs is iv.iehed
by Uurglurs. j
The packing house market of J. S. j
! i ; t or of t !
In i is r
.-:eii. r X
' t. 1 1 ;i 1 1 i 'omiilisf.fi;.
;: r .-' nt . a:n.b s .-'
.!.:-! io Dr. lM'satd 15.'-'-of
Illinois, who In tii
s' i:e a'er ; irvey.
II irli IN-;;. Tl.
..if ' lo 1 1 ; I ' m Co:nmi ;
i i 'r . I bt i tow s.iy :
lu:h t:'i'idi:y. ".t::i co:
r.iirogeti ;s alli'iu'n !d ai.
u Till (he po. :tive t's lor g - t
l: rnn ! ny the Jtnlol f
...'.Ic r'.te ib: this -a at r siiot:l 1
! - f-'fere.J '.i fore lined 1 .r
' I "M''Te..."
Connell. left last evening for a
of several months in California.
IN A HOME
holding that now if ever was the time; i
are to be of the most improved type
cf interurban coaches, and that only
modern equipment shall be used at
The council expects tonight to
hear more of the Walsh franchise
and It was anticipated that under the
resolution of last Monday night Ihe
Plow company street vacation ordi
nance would also be again brought
Our Bogota blend is a popular
type of coffee.
It represents the mellow,
"syrupy" md smooth charac
ter, which has pleased coffee
drinkers for many years.
Our 3 0c grade is exceptional
man. He works in Davenport.
papers enjoining him from further
bothering his family were served on
him yesterday afternoon. The family
resides at S.14 Twenty-fourth street.
Mr. Klndlry Wnnln Illvoror.
A bill for divorce was filed in the
circuit court yesterday by Mrs. Cora
M. Findley of Moline. Mrs. Findley's
husband is Eli R. Findley, who is em
ployed as a molder at the I'nion Mal
leable Iron works. The petitioner
states that she and Mr. Findley were
united in marriage Doc. 8, 1S9t. in
Minneapolis, and that they lived to-
The nue. Mr. McLean is a graduate of
cured the degrees of Ph. C. and Ph. G.
He also took special work in physio
logical chemistry and food and drug
gist analysis. For the past five years
he has been employed as chemist for
the Hartz & Bahnsen company an 1
will continue in this capacity, his lab
oratory work to be a side line. He
has fitted his laboratory with the best i
equipment. This is the only labora
tory of the kind in Rock Island.
Licensed to Wed.
William R. Thompson ... MarPhalltown
gether until a short time ago, when it j .Miss Mayme M. Moore.
became necessary for her to leave him ' Henrv Nelson
and to work in order to earn a lircli-! Miss Bessie Rlaglon.
up in lieu of the fact that the Walshes
where protest to the council when the
Plow company ordinance was origin
ally under consideration resulted in
its withdrawal by the company, have
decided to accept a franchise other
than First avenue.
G-eneral Manager J. F. T-ardner
of the Plow company stated ,this
morning. nowever. tnat. the Plow hood for herself and her ! 3-year-old I Robert R. York
comnany ordinance would not be re-j daughter Gladys. She charges her bus- ' Miss Vera Rrvnar
submitted tonight, merely remark-; band with drunkenness and cruelty I Elmer Johnson
ing "We v.-i Mid row the ordinance urtU j and says that he has failed entirely to I Miss Jennie M. Hollins.
tie .,.,lSh propositions are dehnitely j provide for he-r. although amply able Charles Bell
disposed of. They entered objer-! to lo so. Sht. asUs that she b gram. j Mlss Daisv Coulter
t:ons to our ordinance:' we have got- ! tero r,r ...i i Th xrMt
- - - v " .....vii nittt p ru- j lJ" i""" -
vision be made for her maintenance in i Miss Arline F. Johnson.
the future as well as that of the child
whem she desires to remain in her
Gilmore on First avenue was entered j
Monday night and a quantity of meats j
taken. The till was also robbed of j
some chnnge which was left in it after :
the market had been clos?d for the
clay. The meat taken was in the form
of hams and bacon. Entrance to the
market was gained by prying open a
rear window. The police are at work
on the case, but have no clews.
SHOWS ADVANTAGES HERE!
Moline j a
St. I-ouis Paper Points Advantages of
Who says Rock Island is not 0:1 the
map? Tlie St. Temis Globe-Democrat
is making a fight for the removal of
bridge tolls at that point for curs that
c ross the Mississippi river and is using
series of cartoons 10 ura.-i 1 a 1 v
of affairs is iv.iehed at the
above mentioned number of degrees
below oar ordinary tval s. It is need
less to say. liowever. that Ibis abso
lute zero i f neat li;;s n er been at
tained on this earth, the close:-' cT
reached by 111:1:1 being one degree
above it. This is "JT'J below zero centi
grade and is the 1 feezing point ot
helium gas. which a Gemem protestor
1 i-Iaims to have fro:-mi at that temper:;-
j From this theory of beat a peeinia'"
I view is obtained of 1 or bol:es and
articles of matter. We would tind. it
we had a mi' rose pe to see small
enough, that every lit of matter at
snv temperature that we eiin now iret
G.ivcd From Awful Peril.
"I r.f v ; fi it .o 1. ear my ravc."
write.; I.ev.v-t CLmblin of Mai.: hehter,
Ohio. i. R. No. n, "as wi it: a fjuhtf a',
cough and tig tro'ible i:ile d me down
to 11". ;.'.'ii..l-'. in yi i.e of many remo-
i.'ie;- ;,:.il til'.' 1 .- rlor b.;.-. All I tllUt I
am .-.live 10 "cy is i.. :-' b 'y to D.
Ti:. .-.'.-! Di' of-vi ry. which cot l-
;!: em d 1.!'. Now I weigh 1Ci
; oe. Is :rvl . ::') -. ei i. bard. It also ear
ed my f -:.' cb :'.-!: en of croup." Infalli
ble frr 10 i-ii -, and c.'ilds; i' :i the o.ost
certain ! -:?:edy or giip. asthma, des
frrs'.i' l:n g titrable and all b:o::chla!
i-Sfi ci!'-us. r.o mils and $1. A tri; I
bottle fi' e. C-'-tieiiti . d by all drug-;:i
i b- to b
a bet!',- ,
It Is ''lion ir.:p -Hsible to pre
ai ei lent, I' is r.cvr i.npossi
n ;.r. . nied it i ti'-t beyn-ij
s pt:rso. Invr. ; '2', ceatj ;n
if f! a ::berla'ti's I.ii.im.tit an
i'e,i;ir; J frr hprailiH. bruUe
fr.j :ri ;-.. Sold by all dru..;-
ten t:t of tho way until we see what
they want and what I hey will accept
when Dinner! down to it. We are not
tiuht ing tli-ir ordinances, but are
simidy biding the time when they
are located and the matter is defin
In on" printed this week cars
bridges at St. Ivouis, Rock
fninr,-. i iclqnd r.nd MinneatxMs en tne Miant-
Muscatiir? I sippi and Kansas City on the Missouri
Muscatine are shown. Cars are shown as par-it;,r
.Sentinol! a toll of $s encb at St. 1,0ms anil using
the bridges free at the othrr pom's.
In the illustration Rock Island's posi
tion is shown as similar to St. E'Hiis
Moline j points.
.Coal Valley crossim
SWITCH SHANTY ON FIRE
If troubled with indigestion. conaM-
ratfon, no appetl'e or feel bilious, alvc-j end Davenport's to Fast St. luis.
Chamberlain's Stomach and Uver Tab
lets a trial and yo;i will be pleased
with the result. These tablets invij-
YOUNG GIRL GOES INSANE!
i Overheated stove CfinsoQ io,., ... lorate the stomacn ana liver and
ia! This Week
Five Pounds $1.25
H. R. BATTLES & CO
Tho Pure Food Grocery.
1606 SECOND AVENUE
!s d-dorcd Committed to the Water
Emma J. Skinner. 10 years old, of
Hampton, was adjudged insane by a
jury in the county cc.trt this afternoon
! and she will be committed to the
! Wttertown hospital. In some things
j the girl is perfectly rational, but on
i others she has lost her reason er.tire-
ly. She spends hours In front of mir
j rcrs gazing at herself and bewailing
i the fact that she was not more at
j tractive. Her case is a sad' one, but
I it is believed that she will recover in
j time and regain her faculties.
Shack on R;irIinrtou Trucks
The Burli lgton switch shanty at
Twentieth street and Second avenue
was damaged by a fire at 1:15 this
morning. It was caused by an over
heated stove. The fire got between
the casing of the shanty and the tar
paper which lined it and it was neces
sary for th? firemen to use their
hatchets in order to fight it success
fully. The damage . will not exceed
Said by all
Franchise Is Extended.
The Gslesburg city council has ex
tended tho franchise cf the Galesburg
Rock Island interurban promoted by
W. C. MeWKnooy until May 1. It
D a v o
We will give away coupons
good at your
Divorce Is Granted.
.Ti?d"e F. D. Ramsav granted a d
cree of divoice codav to Mrs. I ..a ura i
Arthurs, co'ored. who charged he;-j
husband. Wal'er Arthurs, with de.-er- !
tion. J. R. Onkleaf of Moline repre- j
efnted the petitioner. t
J cules and vibrating p-artieles. One
proof of this Is when a metal expands
i ou becoming uarmer. If we weigh n
j we tind that n !i f bdy weighs m
! more t!;;:!i the same !! cold, ye-t it
j gets l-tru'er. both lor.ger n;.l bre.-der.
j To do this it inust tie e:: .osed oT
moving particles that on bec.nni::g ex
I cited get fartJier njiart. Another proof
is that liquids anil g:ies !::ie l.eeii
i f.ircp.l rtiri.e-'1! v i:-v .i'' tli:if i.i.U I
' almost. Tims water tins been ton-oil
through lead, sulphur dioxide th;-o:mti
' Iron. etc-. The compute.) r-7i ot these
molecules Is rather irit-re!i;rg. It is
j claimed that if a drop oT water re;
I resented the e irlb the number of inole
! rules in the drop would be abo.it equal
i to the number of grains of sand, in
i l-he earth. Ixebaiige.
V .. .V.,-"!.'V.V.V,,.V'I'
Czi Your Laundry Expense
Mothers fnd Perry DaviV Pain
killer invaluable in the nurseey, ard
it should be' kept at hand in rase of
accident. Fcr pain in the breast take
a little Painkiller in sweetened milk
and water, bathing the breast in it
dear at the same time. If the milk
rassages are clogged, from cold, or
ether causes, bathing in the Painkill
er will give immediate relief. As!:
for new 35 cent bottle.
D-obtcJ ihe Sta'.i-tici.
-ftow did II:ir!.i-!s net when
r.enrd ! 1 triplets in fai '.iiy':"
t,. i-nu',.; baldly b-li e,-,. his vu
venous." I'-tou Tran k; rlpt.
Vie rnn f!o It uInz a r.v)n:T toI.
I en: fa 1 ot V C rs '.'t:iT tian uny other
i -..m 'n- M..t r.i:-i it is a i.-rllii,t
i- e:'-'.);-i i l.-i: i -njdo for launilor
i.:.c art ai. J (etj.ji.it.
She (sternlyi-I b,en:d
bite He (facetieiisly--r.!g!it
faliie.gV he 'o.
was t!ie :;;iy bre:.bing.
nrdt-? t ery
V.s It :!:'.
1 All the
news all the time The
Tiispwi f jpj"s a mnn sht:M
rail you n l!tr U !iat v.-nuld yo-i do?
Jcnes (bes'.fftl-gly What sized iaau?
fcDcadi's ?eciia Sci? Cuts Soap E2I
'A It the tnu" '-77 zt.A '. h"-rver rlw tn,
2 will i en.il - ; v' ii t. lo thrrnrt quicker
a:,ir.r chrir. If you Herd your
I w. i;ii: ott p:.t in t cake l K'ofi nt
j ym'l!k:.ow tnc,ui:i'. w!.l coue bat
1 If ymi lio vr. ('io ? js'nin r ion t bnm.
f u- l'cos! j :,rul avn m. rut-bOftrd ttnidf
i Eery inj h'ni.T baic.ls.
S A carton of S cultes coat ;d lat
; Yr.crOeVn-r hni I. If ho chonkj bo "uX
i ou:" oi it, writo to ui.
k' Szs. Eeacli fit Sons, Dn'jutrie, Icw.t 9