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THE ROCK ISLAISD AUGUS. TUESDAY, MAY 3, 1910.
also a3 the executrix of the will. It
was also provided that after the death
of Mrs. Wildermuth the property
should be distributed equally among
the following children: Peter, Christ,
Augvst, Henry and Amelia Wilder
muth, and Mrs. Helena Anderson. The
will was drawn and dated March 24,
E RESIST TAX
DOUBLE STAMPS TILL NOON.
Four Corporations File Peti
tions for Injunction in ,
Issue Annual Year Rook.
The May meeting of the Augustana
College Endowment Fund society will
be held tomorrow afternoon at the
home of Mrs. C. K. Johnson, 931 Fif
teenth street, with Mrs. A. B. Carlson
and Mrs. Nels Swan son assisting the
hostess. Mrs. H. A. Weld will be the
Bpeaker of the afternoon and her topic'
will be "The Mysterious Visitor." Mrs.
Weld is well known as an amateur
astronomer and is especially well qual
ified to tell of Halley's comet.
The year book of the society has
just been issued by the year book
committee composed of Mrs. Hannah
Lindahl, Mrs. K. T. Anderson and Mrs.
M. C. Rice. The society has a total
enrollment of 204 active members, 211
honorary members and 57 honorary
life members, and an endowment of
$5,697.45. The officers are:
President Mrs. C. W. Foss.
Vice president Mrs. EL F. Bartholo
mew. Secretary Mra. Andrew Kempe.
Corresponding secretary Mrs. Os
Treasurer Mts. C A, Blomgren.
General, treasurer Mrs. George W.
Organizer of auxiliaries Theodore
Auditing committee Mrs. S. G.
Youngert, Mrs. O. V. Holmgrain, Mrs.
O. P. Anderson.
The program for the year is as fol
June 1 Miss Josephine Peetz. hos
tess, 628 Eighteenth street. "Remin-1
iscences, by Pioneer Women, of the
Early Days of Augustana College and
Theological seminary," Mrs. A. R. Cer
vin, Mrs. G. A. Esbjorn.
July 6 Mrs. E. F. Bartholomew and
Mrs. K. T. Anderson, hostesses, 711
Thirty-fourth street. Readings, Miss
Iva C. Pearce.
Aug. 3 Mrs. C. W. Foss, Mrs. O. P.
Anderson and Mrs. G. A. Gustafson,
hostesses, 3808 Eighth avenue. Picnic
Sept. 11 Mrs. Hannah Llndahl, hos
tess, 1010 Thirty-eighth street. Topic:
"American Women Immortalized in
Marble," Mrs. O. P. Anderson.
. Oct. 5 Mrs. Oscar Anderson, hos
tess, 2024 Sixth avenue, Moline.
Topic: "Cathedrals of Sweden," Mrs,
D. W. Dahlsten,
Nov. 2 Mrs. Andrew Kempe, hos
. From Naps In the Sand.
A lady of the New York smart set
had spent the summer at a remote sea
s'nore resort where the principal occu
pation of the select colony was readini?
or taking naps on the tyeach betwe;n
(lips in the surf. Her hair, which was
originally a beautiful prolden brown,
came out at the end of the season a
handsome mud color, without a particle-of
brilliancy or life. Then came
daily visits to hatrdressinf? palaces to
restore the lost color, and incidental ex
perience with lotions, soaps, perfumes,
pomades and ointments of different hus
and odors, may of them costing: several
dollars a bottle. But the hair did not
improve materially.. None of the maeic
lotions seemed to be doingr its intended
work. About this time a school triend
rsme from a distant state to pay a brief
vi.Mt. and learning of " her friend's pre
dicament, suggested trying that good,
old-fashioned remedv known as HAY'S
HAIR HEALTH. And one single bottle
of this time-tried .preparation did more
to restore the lost color of her hair
than the hundreds of dollars she had
spent in hair shops. HAY'S HAIR
HEALTH is not a dye. Instead, it is a
genuine restorative for the scalp and
roots of the hair. Nearly all druggists
have it in 50-eent and one dollar bot
tles, or it can be purchased from the
manufacturers. Philo Hay Specialties
company, Newark. N. J.. I". S. A.
Thomas Drag Co. and W. T. Hartz.
H. E. Casteel, Pres.
A. D. Brown, president of t he . Hamilton-Brown Shoe company,
St. Louis and Boston, clerked when he was a boy. lie saved his
money. He bought an interest in his old employer's store. He is
now worth over ten millions. Thousands of men work for him.
Make OUR Bank YOUR Bank.
We pay liberal interest consistent with safety 4 per cent.
Central 'Trust &
tess, 39P.2 Eighth; avenue. "Some
Legends ftnd Stories of the Mississip
pi," Mrs. K. T. Anderson.
Dec. 7 Mrs. S. G. Youngert, hos
tess 903 Forty-fourth street. Topic:
"Some Things the Women Could Do
for This Community," Miss Dina Ram'
Jan. 4--Mrs.' Urn a Bersell", hostess,
960 Thirty-eighth street. Topic: "Edu
cational Factors in the First Twelve
Years of a Child's Life,'" Mrs. W. G.
Feb. 1 Mrs. F. TItteringtoh, hostess.
S16 Twenty-second street. Musicale:
"Folk-Song3 of . Sweden," Mrs. Edla
March 1 Mrs. Julius Johnson, hos
tess, 417'Tenth street,. Moline. Topic:
"Tho Passion Play of Oberammergau,"
Mrs. F. K. Rhoads.
April 5 Mrs. C. W. Lundahl. hostess.
1150 Twelfth street, Moline. Annual
Mrs. A. W. Killian at' her home,
140 5 Fourth avenue, last evening en
tertained at a birthday party in
honor of her daughter Monica. The
rooms were prettily decorated in pink
and white and Japanese lanters were
used with pretty effect. The evening
was spent playing various kinds of
games and a lunch was served. The
guests were: Mildred Garlock. Mar
garet Garlock. Rose Newfeld, Lenore
Rrtz. Esther Levine and Nannie Le-
' vine, Edward Lerch, Robert Lerch,
Harry Schatz, Arthur Swanson,
George Burdof and Elmer Ackerman.
Miss Amy Ruth Peterson and
James Leslie Goar were married at 4
o'clock Saturday evening at the First
Baptist parsonage, Moline, Rev. J.
Arthur Hurley performing the cere
mony. They were attended by Mr.
and Mrs. Frank " Anderson, the lat
ter a sister of the bride. The bride
is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George
H. Peterson, 2401 Nineteenth street.
Mr. Goar is a son of Mr. and Mrs. R.
H. Goar and is employed as a press
man by Deere & Co.
Ivory Iieaf Club Dance.
The Ivory Leaf Social club has is
sued cards to tho first of a series of
summer dancing parties to be given at
the Watch -Tower inn tomorrow even
ing. Music will be furnished by Bleu
er's orchestra. The -members of the
committee in charge of the arrange
ments are John Burrielli, Fred Lerch,
Wiliam Gaethje and Fred Briggs.
Acme Society Meeting.
The Acme society of Grace Luther
an church met with Miss Hedwig
Roesner, 414 Seventh street. Moline,
last evening. Following the trans
acting of routine , business an infor
mal musical program was given by
members, a social hour followed and
refreshments were served.
LEAVES PROPERTY TO WIFE
Will of Late Peter Wildennnth Filed
in County Court.
The will of the late Peter Wilder
muth of Hampton was admitted to
probate in the county court by Judge
R. W. Olmsted this morning. By its
provisions the wife of the deceased,
Amelia Wildermuth, is named a3 the
heir of all the property which the sign
er had at the time of his death and
M. S. Heagy, V. P. H. I J. bimmon, Cash.
42 CHILDREN NOW
AT BETHANY HOME
Monthly Meeting of the Board of Di
rectors Held at Manufac-
The monthly meeting of the Beth
any home board of directors was held
last evening at the Manufacturers'
hotel, Moline. The matron's report
shows that there are 4 2 children in
the home at present. 24 of whom are
boys and 18 are girls. Seven were
received during the tionth, four were
placed in homJes, and six were re
turned to their parents. Two boys
and eight girls in the home are under
5 years of age and the average age
is 7 years. The following made dona
Mrs. E. L. Cox. East Moline: Mrs.
John Cooper, Moline; Ladies' Aid so
ciety, First Congregational church,
Moline; Broadway Presbyterian
church. Rock Island; Mrs. B. F.
Knox, Rock Island; Mrs. L. - Rosen
steiu, Moline; Isaac Roberts, Anda
lusia; Mrs. F. J. Savage, Moline;
Mrs. William Stiegel, Moline; Mrs.
Dacie Williams, Rock Island; Miss
Sue Denkmann, Rock Island.
DESTROYED BY FIRE
IIou.se and Furni-sliings Consumed
With a Less of
The Newburg home on Can's is
land, east of. the Black Hawk Watch
Tower, was destroyed by fire Saturday
afternoon. Trajan Newburg had gone
into a closet to obtain" a book and be
cause of the darkness lighted a match.
He left the closet and shortly after
the family discovered that the house
was in flames but were unable to gain
control cf it. There were no facilities
for fighting the flames on the island
and eo 'the house and all of its con
tents were completely destroyed. Tne
los3 will reach at least $1,500. with no
insurance upon either the house or the
LIBRARY DIRECTORS MEET
Circulation of Books for April Shown
to Have Been 5.4HT.
The regular monthly meeting of
the board cf directors of the Rock
Island public library was held last
evening in the board room at the
library. Routine business was trans
acted. The report of the finance
committee was received and the fol
lowing bills were allowed:
A. C. McClurg & Co.. $338.09
R. I. Sand & Gravel Co. 44.07
H. F. Lamp. 4.00
Owatonna Flour & Feed Co 1.50
H. II. Ilensley 6.30
The report of the librarian was
also received. A list of new books
was submitted and the board author
ized the purchase of same. The cir
culation for April was as follows:
General works. 287; philosophy,
11; religion, 43; sociology, 152; phil
ology, 3; science, 74; industrial arts,
47; fine arts, 57; literature, 110;
travel. 165; history, 112; biography,
60; fiction, 2,056; juvenile, 801;
German, 37; total, 4,015; reference.
1.452; grand total, 5,467. Received
from fines, $17.06.
Funeral of MiS3 Tolliver.
The remains of Miss Hattie Tolli
ver are at the home of Henry Hous
ton, 551 Michigan avenue. South
Rock Island, and the "funeral will
take place from there tomorrow af
ternoon, with services at the First
Baptist church, Fifteenth street and
Third avenue, at 2 o'clock, conduct
ed by the pastor, Rev. H. W. Reed.
Burial will be in Chippiannock cem
etery. To the Honorable Mayor and
We, the undersigned owners of
sublots one (1), two (2), three (3),
four (4), five (5), six (6) and seven
(7), and lots one (1) and three (3)
in block three (3), and lot five (5),
and sublot seven (7) in block two
(2), all in Spencer and Case's addi
tion to the city of Rock Island, would
hereby respectively petition you as
authorities acting for the city of
Rock Island, to grant license and per
mission to Edward Thiernian to con
duct a saloon under license laws of
the state of Illinois, at No. 1924, on
First avenue, in the city of Rock Isl
and, in the county of Rock Island, in
the state of Illinois.
Edward Thierman, 22 feet; Kock
Island band & Gravel company by
Fred G. Gall, manager, 60 feet,
Thomas H. Detweiller, by C. A. S.,
20 feet; O. McGurly, 20 feel; Nor'b
western Beer company, M. a. Roson
licIJ general luaiia?:', s feet.
The owners of the Ninth street dia
mond wish to notify all amateur ball
teams that their property cannot be
used for such purposes at any time.
iolators will be prosecuted.
Signed. CURTIS & CURTIS.
Licensed to Wed.
Edward J. Monford . . . Cedar Rapids
Miss Adrrance Barthoame
Ludwig E. Taft O3born, III.
Miss Jcnslna RasmuEsen . . Osborn, 111.
all the news all the time The Arsnia.
ONE LOCAL; THREE MOLINE
Hearings of. All Cases, by Agreement,
' Continued to September Term
Petit Jurors Drawn.
, Four more applications for injunc
tions against the county treasurer and
the township collectors were filed to
day in the office of the circuit clerk
by corporations which seek to evade
the tax' which has been levied upon
their capital; stock. The petitioners
are the Lewis Roofing company of this
city, represented by McEniry & McEn
iry, and the Moline Plow company, the
II. W. Cooper Saddlery Hardware com
pany, and the Acme Steel company,
Moline, represented by G. W. Wood of
Moline. The grounds for complaint in
each case is that the tax as levied is
unfair and unjust. '
The four applications filed today and
the four which are already on file are
to remain In statue quo until the next
term of court by agreement of the at
torneys for both parties. It is under
stood that a number of additional pe
tions will be filed shortly and the same
course of procedure will probably be
take;i with all of them. The injunc
tions all ask that the treasurer and
the collectors be prevented from levy
ing upon property in order to enforce
payment of the taxes.
"Nnmrtl for Jury Service.
Summonses for two petit jurle3 were
issued yesterday in the circuit court
and placed in the hands of the sheriff
for service. The first of the panels
is to report next Monday, May 9, and
the second May 23. Those summoned
Canoe Creek Hugh Walker.
Moline Carl Kronhoim. J. H. Brown,
Harry George, J. F. Lindvall. Christ
Anderson. C. F. Daebelliehn, Eric Carl
mark. Charles E. Smith, Herman Al
berts, C. F. Grantz. J. W. Johnson,
Arthur Jasper, Ed Quick, H. L. Hem
enway. South Moline John Christison.
Rock Island Louis Roher, Oscar
Barth. Wiliam Gros3, E. C. Blochling
er. John Ohlweiler.' Jr., C. H. Kurth. C.
F. Huthmaker, Andrew Math, G. M.
Babcock, Clifford Duncan, Charles Ko
fer. Archie Hart.
South Rock Island Herman Spitz
nas, Frank Norris, Fred Tonn, Joseph
Black Hawk Dave Crawford.
Bowling John Forgy, Jr., Ells
Andalusia George Burgoyne.
Edgington Lewis Baker, James
Buffalo Prairie William Hayes.
Second panel: ' '
Canoe Creek J. E. Camp.
Zuma F. M. Walker.
. Hampton Wiliam H. Adams, A. :
Moline William Hodges, Charles
Goldstein, Axel Lamon E. B. McKee
ver, Louis Swanson, S. S. Crompton,
W. W. Boarby, Luther C. Knox, L. Mc-
Kinney, Robert Brandt, O. E. Hagger-
ty, Charles Crippen, Henry Mahon
Theo Ritter, J. R. Newton, Stewart
South Moline Nathan Erlckson.
Rock Island Samuel Daxon, Valeh
tine Nold, John Kolloff, H. S. Ruby,
Gus Klotz, Daniel Corken, A. J. Bui
lock. M. F. Underhill, J. W. Wolf, C
L. Lutes, George Clapper, F. Hughes.
South Rock Island James Kerr, An
drew H. Hammer, Chris Koekler, An
Coal Valley August Baraks.
Andalusia William Schultz.
FRUIT WILL COST MORE
Dealers Not Slow to Act After Dam
age by Frost.
The big fruit concerns have not
been slow to take cognizance of the
Do you experience that "all gone"
feeling? are you losing interest in
everything, for some unknown rea
son? Loss of energy lack of ambi
tion that tired, worn-out condition
are the certain fore-runners of ill
health, nervous breakdown, and other
bodily derangements, which, in turn,
lead to even more serious results.
Renew your vital forces while you
can! Build up what neglect, overwork
or careless living has torn down! Re
move the cause correct the fault,
while there is yet time; let Mother
Nature point the way to perfect
Rocky Mountain Tea
is a scientific blend of Nature's own
remedies roots, herbs, leaves and
seeds which quickly restores normal
conditions, increases vitality and ac
celerates the now of blood.
Impoverished blood soon under
mines the entire system affecting tht
nerves, kidneys and other vital organs
of the body. Hollister's Rocky Moun
tain Tea makes rich, red blood
strengthens the weak organs, feeds
the nerves, renews worn out tissue and
speedily corrects stomach, boweL liver,
kidney, bladder and similar ailments.
The remarkable success of Hol
lister's Rocky Mountain Tea is due to
the fact that it IS a perfect remedy
for ALL mankind: and .what it has
done for others it can hardly fail to do
Get a package of BoUlstn-'a Rocky Mountain
Tea from your druggist, today. Each par knee
contains enough to make 105 cup of bealtb-givins
ten, and costs only 35c
Hoilister'e Rocky Mountain Tra Nureeta contain
the concentrated essence of the herbs, roots, leaves
end seeds that are used to make tie Tea, and are
a convenient Tablet ford, lor travelers and busy
neoole 33c a box.
The latest styles for summer wear
ladies' trimmed dress ha ts, shirt
waist sailors, trimmed outing and
street hats, ladies and misses un-
1811 Second Avenu 2 :
damage by frost to the crop all over
the middle west. Word has gone out
that there will be increases in prices j
of from 25 to 3n npr rpnt and nerhans I
even more in all lines. These increas
es are expected to affect not only na
tive fruit3, but those imported from
the coast and from the tropics.
Today in the IVlarkets
Chicago, May 3. Following are the
quotations on the market todiy;
May. 108, 111. l0S4, 111.
July. 102, 104,4, 102, 104.
September, 101 Vi, 102?4, 101, 102.
May, 59, 60. 59, CO. .
July. 62, C3!&, C2, 62. v
September, 03, 64, 63, 63.
May. 41, 41. 41:
July, 40, 40, 39. 40Vi.
September, 3S, 3S, 38, SSVa
Pork. May. 12.62. 21.70, 21.62. 21.70.
July, 21.82, 21.92. 21.77. 21.92.
September, 21.80, 21.95, 21.75, 21.95.
May, 12.55, 12.85, 12.75, 12.75.
July, 12.32, 12.45, 12.27, 12.45.
September, 12.25, 12.37, 12.20. 12.37.
May. 12.25, 12.32, 12.25. 12.32.
July, 12.17. 12.20, 12.12. 12.20.
September. 12.12. 12.10. 12.12, 12.20.
Receipts today Wheat, 24; corn,
90; oats, 163; hogs, 10,000; cattle,
3,000; sheep, 10,000.
Estimated receipts Wednesday
Wheat,. 12; corn, 75; oats, 94; hogs,
Hog market opened 5 cents lower.
Hogs left over, 1,900. Light. $9.00
9.25; mixed and butchers. $9.00
9.30; good heavy. $9.009.30;
rough heavy, $9.00 9.10.
Cattle market opened weak..
Sheep market opened 25 40 cents
Omaha Hogs, 6,000; enttle, 4,
500. Kansas City Hogs, 12,000; cat
Hog market closed weak at early
advance. Bulk sales, $9.20 9.3 5;
light, $9.05 9.35; mixed and butch
ers. $9.059.40; good heavy, $9.05
9.40; rough heavy, $9.05 9.20.
Cattle market closed dull and
Sheep market closed weak.
Minneapolis Today, 71; last
week, 75; last year. 161.
Duluth Today, 30; last week, S3;
last year, 18.
Liverpool opening cables Wheat V
higher, corn unchanged.
Liverpool closing Wheat 1 d. to iy4
d. higher, corn unchanged.
New York Stocks.
New York, May 3. Following are
the quotations on the market today:
Union Pacific 176
U. S. Steel preferred 117
U. S. Steel common 79
Reading .' 153
Rock Island common 41
Southern Pacific 118
New York Central 117
Missouri Pacific 66
Great Northern 131
Northern Pacific 126
L. & N. 142
C. F. I. 36
Canadian Pacific ,1S3
Illinois Central 132
Erie . 26
C. & O 81
B. & O .108
, . . 90 1
... 32V, :
Copper . .
Republic S,teel preferred
Republic Steel common . ,
Southern Railway ..... ,
LOCAL MARKET CONDITIONS.
Today's Quotations on Provisions, Ltvo
Stock, Feed and Fuel.
Rock Island, May C. Following are
the wholesale 'prices on the local mar
Live poultry Hens, per pound, 14c.
Butter Dairy. 2Cc; creamery, 31.
Petatoea 30c to 35c.
Feed and Fuel.
Grain Corn, 65-CSc; oats, 47.
Forage Timothy hay, $15 to $17;
wild hay. $12 to $14; straw, $3.
Coal Lump, per bushel, 13c; slack,
Wood $4.50 per load. r
WE GIVE S. H. GREEN STAMPS
: Rock Island, 111.
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HURT IN A FALL
K.verrisinj? With a las of Turners
Last 1 0 veiling Preparing'
' for Exhibition.
Will Bertlesen, whose home Is In
South Rock Island, sustained a dis
location of bis left arm last evening
while exercising with a class at Tur
ner hail. He was on the giant swing
when he lost bis grip and fell to the
floor, a distance of 10 feet. A physi
cian was hurriedly summoned and
the Injured member was given im
mediate attention after which the
young man was taken to hl3 home.
The Turners are preparing for an
exhibition which will be given at the
hall Thursday evening at 8 o'clock.
A number of new features have been
added to the work which will be done
by all four classes, including the
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Next Visit to the Rock Island
House, Rock Island, 111.,
May 3, 1910.
Thc New Hotel
PERATES Its own Elfrtric Railway, Electric Light Plant,
Cold Storage and Ice Plant, Lanndry, Garage Has "
Most Complete Mineral Bath Equipment in (he WesL
Write For Booklet JAMES P.
BATES 3.00 TO
Money for Everybody
who is keeping house and has ability to
repay the loan. We make loans on the
"pay as you arc able plan." , Get what
cash you need now and pay it back later
in small amounts. $15, more if you want
it.. Quick, quiet, polite service. MUTUAL
LOAN COMPANY, suite 411-412 Peoples
National bank building-. Phone West 122.
Open Wednesday and Saturday nighis.
ladies', the actives', and girls' and the
f5SK?N S5 Tj 5
Would be a good thing to
use on the, man who lets
his ' wife slave over the
washboard every week
while he spends on cigars
more than she saves. We
charge only 5c a pound to
take all this drudgery off
the poor wife's hands.
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Stomach, Liver and
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