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THE kOCK ISLAND ARGUS, TtJESDAT. MAY 3, 1910.
Will be Your
1619 Second Avenue.
Rock Island, III. '
A bank account is a true friend
that won't desert you when
trouble comes. It will also
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cnable you to grasp opportun-
ities while you are young and j
escape poverty when you ai I
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Ae invite you to open an ac-,
count at this bank with $1 or
ICE CREAM SODAS,
1716-1718 Second Avenue.
Order a quart brick of as
sorted ice cream for your din
Sell Your Household
Until you have our bid. Just
call up the
Rock Island1 Second Hand
The store that will buy, sell or
Old Phone 1330 West.
1816 third Avenue.
Do You Feel Like This?
Does your head ache or simply feel
heavy and uncomfortable? Does your
back ache? Does your side ache? Do
you feel lag-ged out? The tonic laxa
tive herb tea known as Lane's Family
Medicine will clear your head, remove
the pain in side or back and restore
your strength. Nothing- else is so good
for the stomach and bowels. At drug
gists' and dealers. 25 cents.
news an t&e time THE
Afraid to us? hair preparations? Don't knew exactly what to do?
Then why not consult your doctor? Isn't your hair worth it?
Ask him if he endorses Ayer's Hair Visor for falling hah.
Does raoi: Color JtEhe tHair
' J. O. Arm ronrPATT.
april fair norm!
Rather Above Average as April
Has Been Recorded Here
jn the Past. .
MERCURY OVER NORMAL
Precipitation Less Than an Inch
Above the Usual Xew Heat
Mark on 29th.
The month of April did not be
have so badly, after all. When we
come to inspect the official records
furnished by Observer J. M. Sherler
we find that it was warmer than the
average April and brought but a
trifle more precipitation, while there
was a normal amount of sunshine.
This leaves an excess of temperature
since Jan. 1 of 395 and a deficiency
of 1.85 inches of precipitation for
the same period, all of which it may
naturally be expected we shall have
to atone for during the season.
Nfw HlKh Trmprratarr Mark.
April set a new high temperature
record for the month of 87 degrees
recorded on the 29th. The minimum
was 22 on the 23d. The greatest
daily range was 34 on the 13th and
the least was 6 on the 19th. The
average for the month was 52, which
was two degrees below the average
for March and which was two degrees
above the normal for April. The
precipitation totaled 3.6 9 inches. .9
more than the normal. There were
13 clear days, six partly cloudy and
11 cloudy. Rain fell on 16 days.
COURT HOUSE RECORD
Real Estate Transfers.
Lars P. Nielsen to David H. Niel
sen, lot block 2. Nielsens subdi
vision, Moline, $375.
W. L. Velie to Charles R. Samuel-
son. lot 117, Emma D. Velie's addi-
tJon Moline $6r,0
Thomas Campbell to Andrew A.
HusseJ'. lot 22. Campbell's addition,
Henry Siemon. Sr., to Peter Siemon,
sub-lot 11, Thompson & Wells addi-
tlon Ro.k ,-, ; nnn
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George Bennett to Ives J. Hoare, lot
10. block 4. Highland Park addition,
Rock Island. $1,000.
Thomas Campbell to Edna L. Blais
dell. lot 35, Campbell's addition, South
Rock Island. $1,000.
Gust Ed to Mary E. Plambeck. lox
121. Emma D. Velie's addition, Moline,
Henry Dorman to Emma V. E. Car
stens, lot 3. block .5, Moline Heights
addition, Moline, $1.
E. C. Donahoo to Paul H. Lorenz,
lot 2, Steven's addition, Moline,. $2,700.
Paul H. Lorenz to George J. Cramp
ton, east 32 feet lot 11. block 2. W. H.
Edwards' addition,, Moline, $4,000.
i nomas ureaaon io t . ta. Miner, lot
4, block 7, Wait & Walker's First ad
dition. Reynolds. $1,200.
Butterworth & Peek, trustees, to
I trustees of Bethany Danish Lutheran
church, lot 8, C. H. Deere's addition,
Edward Coryn to Camiel Timmer
tatn, east 22 feet lot 11. block 2, Dae
belliehn's addition. Moline, $950.
Peter Pauwels to Alfons Nieuwlandt,
lot 3, block 7, Fairmount addition, Mo
I Richard Northington. Jr.. to Mary
Teitink, lot 27, block 97, East Moline,
Oscar M. Fryxell to Louis Motzer,
part lot 9. Daebelliehn subdivision, Mo
David W. Hunt to Fred W. Cook,
north 45 feet lot 5, block 1, Hunt's
Second addition, Midway, $300.
John W. Ellingsworth to Frank G.
Pruessing. lot 1, block 7, R. S. Wood
burn's addition, Moline, $175.
Charles Van Halle to Judoo Coore
man, lot 9, Henry Detleff's addition,
William H. Conrad to William Gum
tau, lots 5, 6 and 7, block 3, J. A. Lip
nardt's First-addition, Hillsdale, $1,
Henry .Martens to Elizabeth M.
Liedtke, lot, 9, John Stapp'a addition,
Rock Island. $1,200.
Glenwood Ice company to James P.
Pearson, lot 3, part Glenwood addi
tion, Moline, $4,000. .
G. H. McKinley to J. P. PeiUon, lot
5, Glenwood addition, Moline, $700.
Hesther A. McKinley to J. P. Pear
son, lots 6 and 7, Glenwood addition,
Moline, $5,300. -
Christine and John Streed to J. P.
Pearson, lot 4, Glenwood addition, Mo
John D. Weaver to J. P. Pearson,
lots 1 and 2, Glenwood addition, Mo
Lottie Treeson to J. P. Pearson, part
Glenwood addition, Moline, $7,500-.
All bills contracted during the
Eagles' fair should be sent at bnce
to John F. Dindinger.
D. C. KELLY.
To Whom Concerned.
. My wife having left my bed and
board, I shall not be responsible for
any debts contracted by her after
this date. W. A. LOVETT.
Never hesitate about giving Cham
berlain's Cough Remedy to children.
It contains no opium or other narcotics
and can be given with implicit confi
dence. As a quick cure for coughs
and colds to which children are sus
ceptible, it is unsurpassed. Sold by
is Worh It
Miss Ina Brooks in
Miss Brooks plays the part of Ruth Jordan, the leading character In t&o
corrany which Henry Miller will fpsent at the Illinois theatre this even
ing in'the great Moody play. It is the first visit of the play to Rock Island.
ILLINOIS THEATRE. .
Second avrnue and Sixteenth street.
May 3 Henry Miller Flayers In "The
May 13 Henry V. Savage's "The
May IO YVIlli'yn Collier In "A Lucky
Seeond avenue, between Nineteenth
and Twentieth streets. Vaudeville at
3, S and 0:15 p. m.
Eighteenth ntreet, between First and
Second avenues. Vaudeville at 2:30
and 8 p. in.
"GREAT DIVIDE" TONIGHT.
Much has been written about "The
Great Divide,", a play by Wiliam
Vaughn Moody, in which Henry Miller
and Margaret Anglin scored a signal
success for two years. It has been
called the great American play, and
deals with a subject strong, vital and
elemental. It will be first seen in Rock
Island at the Illinois theatre this even
ing. Neither Mr. Miller nor Miss An
glin is with this season's company,
but the production is made under the
direction of Henry Miller, which has
always been sufficient guarantee. Pe-.
culiar interest attaches to the appear
ance of Ina Brooks, a new and young
leading woman, who will play Miss
Anglin's role, Ruth Jordan. Miss
Brooks was last year with; Margaret
Illington in "The Thief." and was se
cured by Mr. Miller this season. The
management announces that it intends
to star this young lady in a new play
by Mr. Moody. Edgar Jones will have
the role of Stephen Ghent, and advance
promises are to the effect that the
play will be one of the most notable of
the season. . .
LOTTIE COLLINS DEAD.
Miss Lottie Collins, whose introduc
tion of the song, "Ta-Ra-Ra-Boorn-De-Ay,"
a dozen years ago, brought her
world-wide fame, is dead at her home
in London. .
"MISS NOBODY" TO COME.
"Miss Nobody from Starland." an
olher of the "Mort li. Singer Chicago
musical productions, is hooked for a
tri-city engagement this month. It
will be in Moline flie 13th, at the B ir
tis, Davenport; the 14th, and at the
Illinois here, the 15th. The original
case will appear here, including Wal
ter Jones. James C. Marlowe, Bert
Baker, Blanche . Deyo. Olive Vail,
George Moore and Nellie Follis.
AdvertisedTist No. 17.
Week ending April 30, 1910: Mrs.
Margarite Anderson, George Almhoff,
Joseph F. Bieri, Ben Brown, Jodis L.
Burch, E. F. Cook, J. W. Council. Ruth
Katherine Case, Mrs. Frank Donnaway,
Miss Anne Dewal, Gust Demos, Ed
ward J. Foley, Miss Alma K. Ford,
Carrie E. Howard, Rasay Hayes; Mrs.
Laura Huntley, Miss Cora Hunt, J. E.
Johnson, Quincy Judd, Theodore Land,
"The Great Divide"
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D. D. S., Miss Anna
Morey, Mrs. Henry
Ohlcndorf, Mr. and Mrs. "Will Punco,
Frank Rathburn, Miss Marie Ramsy,
Mrs. Gertie Reed, Mrs. Ed. Samuelson,
Ed. Sicboldt. Mrs. L. W. Smith, Walter
Thomas, Miss Eleanor K. Thompson.
Samuel Thompson. Mr. and Mrs.
Tlums, Charles W. Turner, Mrs. Mat
tie Tedy, Fred E. Ulrech, Adolph Va
retta. J. Vason, Albert Welliver, Miss
Grace Wilson, F. M. Wilson. Miss
Lydici Wright, Mrs. Jane Young.
Foreign Audrew Lindgren, August
Lannoy, Karel Minnie.
H. A. J. M DOXALD, P. M.
A Regular Tom Boy
was Susie climbing trees and fences
I jumping ditches, whitling, always
getting -scratches, cuts, sprains,
bruises, bumps, burns or scalds. But
laws! Her mother joist applied Buck
len's Arnica Salve and cured her
quick. Heals everything healable
boils, ulcers, eczema, old sores, corns
or piles. ' Try it, 25 cents at all
druggists. , ,
Talks by Dr Shoop
Indigestion, Vertigo, Head
aches, Constipation, Piles,
Epilepsy, Insomnia, Lumba
go and all Female Disorders
Are only a tew of the
system 3 of functional
1 " w nnrvn ctratn
through the' eyes
- which does not effect
vision and are aggra
vated by poor circula
tion of the blood, by
improper diet, habits,
. occupation, etc. You
need no medicine because medicine
is for the treatment of diseases and
these are not diseases. You do need
to know what is the cause of trouble
and how to remove It.
Ophthalmologists trained at the
school which graduated me know
how to do these things. You are a
free agent and have a right to pa
tronize whom you please. It is your
privilege to get help wherever you
please and trust to luck or you can
try me and be assured of success.
DR. G D. SHOOP
405406 Peoples National Bank Bldg.
Corner . Second avenue and Eigh
. teenth street, Rpcfc Island, 111.
Summer Vacation for the Y. M.
i 0. A. Gymnasium Is .
OPEN -TO. USE, HOWEVER
Hours in Which Iioyg and Business
3Ien May Exercise Fixed Met
ing of B. G. 31. Officers.
All regular gymnasium class work at
the Y. M. C. A. is now suspended for
the summer. The younger boys in the
preparatory class will have their final
session next Saturday morning. The
following schedule of hours tor using
the gymnasium will be in effect for
the summer season:
Junior boys Monday and Thursday
from 4 to 5; Saturday from 10 to 11.
Senior class Monday and Thursday
Working boys Tuesday and Friday
Business men All afternoons, 5 to 6.
High school boys Tuesday, Wednes
day and Friday afternoons, 4 to 5.
A hours not included in the above
schedule, senior members may use the
floor for general exercise. Boys will
be required to govern themselves
strictly by the hours assigned.
n. (i. M. Officers Mrft.
Th. new officers and committeemen
of the B. G. M. held their regular quar
terly luncheon and business meeting
last night. In addition to the discus
sion of plans and outlining of policies
by the various officers, some time was
devoted to considering the progress
made durlnjr the past season. It was
decided that very Important progress
had been made and among the thlng3
that had been definitely accomplished
were: Increased attendance at the
boys meetings, new song books pur
chased by the boys, the formation of
the dailv bible club, the study of the
ten commandments, the securing of
good order in the meetings, the train
ing of officers in the conduct of the
Meeting- to Continue.
Among the plans for the summer.
they included the matter of running
the meetings right through the hot
weather, increasing and maintaining
the bible club, holding a picnic, and
various other things that will be work
ed out as the time goes on. This is
the first time that the B. G. M." Jias
attempted to run through the summer,
and the experiment will be watched
with interest. The boys are determin
ed to make it go and there is little
doubt of their success.
EMPLOYES ON STRIKE;
STREET CARS TIED UP
flakes Little Difference Whether
. Lines at Kewanee Are Operated
or Not, It Seems.
Apparently it makes little difference
whether the cars run at Kewanee or
not. Yesterday morning employes of
the Galesburg & Kewanee Electric
Railway company, which operates the
city line and the interurban to Galva,
their contract having expired, simply
quit work and the lines were tied up.
Men were appointed by each side in
an effort to arbitrate differences over
wages and working conditions, but
without success, and the prospects are
for a tieup of indefinite length. The
company employs about 25 men.'
MOON ECLIPSE FOH MAY 23
Another Event Scheduled to Divide
Attention with Halley's Comet.
Amateur local artronomers will find
the present month one of unusual in
terest, for, aside from the visit of Hal
ley's comet, a total eclipse of the moon
Is scheduled for May 23. The eclipse
will be visibly in North America. The
eclipse will occur at a very convenient
time for observance, but will be visi
ble during the latter part only, as the
moon will not rise above the horizon
until the eclipse is begun. The un
usual sight will occur late in the after
noon, but the moon will be fairly well
up in the sky before it is In total
eclipse. At 5: W p. m. the moon will
be visible above tbe horizon and at
5:55 the total eclipse begins.
We offer $100 reward for any, case
of catarrh that cannot be cured by
Hall's Catarrh Cure.
F. J. CHENEY & CO..
We, the undersigned, have known
F. Ji Cheney for the last 15 years,
and believe him perfectly honorable
In all business transactions and -fi
nancially able to carry out any ob
ligations made by his firm.
WALDING. KINNAN & MARVIN,
Wholesale druggists, Toledo, Ohio.
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken in
ternally, acting directly upon .thq
blood and mucous surfaces of the
system. Testimonials sent free. Price
75 cents per bottle. Sold by all drug
gists. ' -
7'ake Hall's Family Pills for con
stitution. Inflammatory Rheumatism" Cured in
Morton L. Hill, of Lebanon, Ind.,
says: "My wife had Inflammatory
rheumatism In every muscle and Joint;
her suffering was terrible and her body
and face were swollen almost beyoa'd
recognition ; had been In bed for tlx
weeks and had eight physicians, but
received no benefit until she tried Dr.
Detchon's Relief for Rheumatism, it
gave immediate relief - and she was
able to walk about in three days. I am
sure it uaved her life." Sold by Otto
Grotjan, 1501 Second avenue. Rock
Island; Gust Schlegel & Son. 220 West
Second street. Davenport.
All the news aU the time The
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take irvucU of your time and tke ckances
are it will open your eyes to a act that
you were not aware of tkat it pays to
borrow wkers tke rates are congenial
and repayment is not burdensome in any
way. Our metkods and rates are an open
book wkick we will ckeerfully explain orv
request, and tke information will cost you
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Boom 403 Best Buildin? (over Young & McCombs).
HATCHED WHILE ON CAR
Sterling Hen Brings Out 11 Chicks
While on Way to New Home. .
Sterling, III., May 3. When Clay
Allen left Sterling last Wednesday
with a car of goods and stock, he
took with him a setting hen on 15
eggs. He carefully arranged the
eggs in a box and kept the lien in its
place by covering it. He has written
back that he was two days and a
night reaching his destination in
Wisconsin, and when he opened his
car and unloaded he found that the
old hen had hatched 11 out of the
15 eggs which were under it. The
chicks were in a good healthy condi
tion, and were none the worse for
their ride on the cars.
' TO AIIaNG WOMEN.
A Little Sound Advice Vill Help
Many a Sufferer in Rock island.
No woman can be healthy and well
if the kidneys are sick. Poisons that
pass off in the secretions when the
kidneys are well, are retained in the
body when the kidneys are sick. Kid
aeys and bladder become .inflamed
swollen and worse troubles quickly
follow. This is often the true cause
of bearing down pains, lameness,
backache, sideacbe, etc. Uric poison
ing also causes headaches, dizzy
spells, languor, nervousness and
When suffering so, try Doan's Kid
ney Pills, a remedy that cures sick
kidneys. Yoy will get better as the
kidneys get better, and health will
return when the kidneys are well.
Let a Rock Island , woman tell you
about Doan's Kidneys Pills.
Mrs. A. W. Boughton, Sears, 111.,
says: "I was in poor health for some
time and I now believe that all my
trouble was caused by weak kidneys.
My back ached a great deal and
there were dull, bearing-down pains
across my loins. I also had dizzy
spells and headaches, oan's Kid
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and deciding to try them. I obtained
a box at the Harper House phar
macy. They completely removed the
backache and I am now well. Doan's
Kidney Pills deserve the entire credit
for my cure."
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Remember the name Doan's
and take no other.
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Tuesday, May 3.
Henry Miller Prcnentu
"The long awaited great American
play." New York Press.
"The Great Divide"
"A drama of American prose."
London Daily Standard.
Over 600 Performances in New York.
Now Crowding the A del phi Theatre,
Prices 25c, 50c, 75c, $1, $1.50
Phone W 224.
II. W. FULTOX, Mgr.
No, we don't reserve neat". This
the house of FQl'ALITY, where the
man with a million mnrt accept the
same conditions as you who have but
Change of program Monday and
ANY SEAT 10 CENTS.
Performances 8, 8, 0:15.
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Vaudeville that Cannot Me llrat fn
Any City, at This House This WitU.
"A Night on th lloulevard."
DON'T MISS SKKIXG IT
Will make all kinds of
castings for everybody,
and manufacturers who
have more casting than
the capacity of their foun
dries can turn out will fine?
us ready and equipped fcr Jjj
their work. ?;
Remember we make ihi v
Lorenzen Improved Wc.v-
er. It has stood the test (;
against the leading makes. j
Corner Fourth St. jjj
and Third Ave. f