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THE ROCK ISLAND AKGUS. TUESDAY, JUXE 21, 1910.
NEWS OF THE NEIGHBORS I a
1 1 Wife Injured In St. Lculs. A tele--3
gram -came to Frank Denning at his
y "work In the Bettendorf shops that his
' "wife had been hurt In St. Louis and
). asking him to come at once. There
! were no details of the accident. Mr.
J Denning left last night for St. Louis.
Mrs. Denning had gone to St. Louis
wrth their little 2-year-old son, Master
Charlie, who is crippled, for treatment
i of the child at one of the hospitals
! 8hlft In Police Department.
.;. Several changes in the beats of 4he
' police officers of the city were put into
effect yesterday, orders making the
j changes having been Issued by Chief
of Police Hans' Schramh. The shifts
are radical In some instances, while in
j other cases the changes are only minor
I ones. Perhaps the biggest change is
that by which Night Desk Sergeant
j James Cannon is given beat No. 3,
! which Is from Ripley to Warren streets
? and north to Eighth street. The
change was made at Mr. Cannon's re-
j quest and Officer Henry Nagel will
i succeed him at his position at night
i desk sergeant Hans Schmidt will
i 'serve in the capacity of emergency of-
fleer, relieving any officer on a beat
'; while vacations are In force or when-
! ever other demands are imperative.
Five Cases of Rabies Here. Mayor
Alfred C. Mueller received an astound-
Ing letter yesterday a letter notifying
the city that it Is breaking the records
1 of towns of its size for mad dog bites.
' Five cases have been sent from here
to Iowa City for treatment In the- past
; Tew months. Mayor Mueller consld-
ered the matter so grave that he
' makes the letter, from Dr. Henry Al
t' bert, a part of a letter by himself to
i the Davenport public: Here is his
j letter from Dr. Albert: Iowa City, June
j. 18. Dr. Stoecks, Davenport, Iowa
I Dear Doctor: On Monday we are to re
i ceive another patient from your city
? for the Pasteur treatment for rabies.
We have already treated four patients
r from Davenport, in which evidence of
: rabies in dogs was positive and the
; history also shows that these dogs J
Health and Beauty Answers
BY MRS. MAE
Grace H.: You should not have
, wrinkles or a coarse looking com-
' plexion at. your age. The use of a
good complexion cream will be a
'. big aid in your efforts to have a
smooth, velvety complexion. Dis
. solve an ounce of almozoin in a half
pint cold water, and add two tea
spoonfuls glycerine. Stir and let
-- stand over night. Use this cream
freely and it will do wonders for
.you in eradicating those wrinkles and
making smaller those large, dust- col-
lectin g pores below the eyes. This
cream Jelly Is very fine for removing
... blackheads, pimples and any unde
sirable discolorations of the skin. It
contains no grease or oil to cause a
growth of hair, and is unequalled
for massaging and removing dust and
dirt from the pores of the skin which
soap and water will not take out.
Cella: At your request I will re
peat the flesh-reducing formula
which has proven so satisfactory to
hundreds of too-fat people Dissolve
four ounces of parnotis in 1 half
pints warm water; take one table-
spoonful three times a day. This is
the harmless remedy which is so well
. spoken of, and that has proven such
, a source of relief to over-fat people.
- Prepare and take as directed, and
W you will hot be bothered with the
discomforts of too much flesh in
C warm weather. It generally reduces
i excess flesh rapidly without the ne-
cesslty of dieting.
f Rosalie; If spectacles are so ob-
Jectionable to you on account of mak
lng you look older, why don't you
i try a 'strengthening tonic for your
eyes Dissolve an ounce of crystos
i' In a. half-pint water, and put a few
'i Srops of this In each eye daily. It
; is very strengthening to weak, tired
? Dr inflamed eyes, and may enable
S fou to do without glasses. Many
who have used this simple remedy
for granulated eyelids. Inflamed,
weak, dull and tired eyes tell me it
Is excellent. I know it is used and
K. prescribed by many oculists, and I
J have always found It very fine to
v make one's sparkling and full of
Ti expression. " It does not smart, but
-t Is very soothing and restful.
Mrs. B.: Your husband probably
would show more interest in you If
you were not so careless about your
Facial beauty. , Men have always been
'", attracted and held by woman's beau
t ty. To get rid of that shiny, gjeasy,
muddy look of your skin, go to the
k drug store and get four ounces of
spurmax, dissolve It in one-half pint
hot water and add two teaspoonfuls
glycerine. Apply this to your face,
' "neck and arms, rubbing gently until
"' dry. It will clear up and whiten your
r skin, and give It that charm of youth
j ful freshness so much envied by all
i women. This Jotion does not show or
rub off like powder, and is much bet
1 ter. It Is splendid for removing tan,
I freckles, pimples and sallowness of
f the skin.
I S. T.: If your health were good
you would not feel so overcome and
- tired from the heat. The pimples
'. I and blotches are an indication that
your blood is out of order. Here is
J a recipe for an old fashioned home
I made system tonic that has helped
have bitten quite a number of other
dogs. In view of the situation I re
gard Davenport as an Infected district
and believe that a dog quarantine
should be established. By that, I
mean, every dog of the community
Bhould be tied up or If permitted to
run at large to be muzzled, and such
to be continued for a period of at least
one year. This Is really a question
that ought to be In charge of the state
veterinary department and I would
suggest that you write to Dr. - P. O.
Koto, state veterinarian, Des Moines,
Iowa, with reference to such. Very
truly yours, , HENRY ALBERT.
Obituary Record. Albert Stern died
Sunday at his home, 804 Siegfried ave
nue, after an illness of a week's dura
tion from blood poisoning. He was 14
years of age and was born in Daven
port. His mother and two sisters sur
vive. The funeral will be held tomor
row afternoon at 2 o'clock. Burial
will be in Fairmount cemetery.
Mrs. Hattie M. DeLescaille, 201 Mis
sissippi avenue, 13 In receipt of a tele
gram announcing the death of Frank
Cromble at Spokane, Wash., which oc
curred Sunday night Mr. Crombie
leaves many friends and acquaintances
In Davenport who will regret to learn
of his death. For 21 years he was a
member of the lumber firm of Shaw &
Cromble at Atlantic, Iowa, the senior
member, A. E. Shaw, now residing in
Davenport at 402 College avenue. At
the time of death Mr. Crombie was
prominently identified with the Dover
Lumber company of Washington. He
leaves a wife, 'whose maiden name was
Mary Waddell, but no children. The
funeral will be held in Spokane.
Juergen Schultz died Sunday at the
rhome of his daughter, Wilhelmina
Petersen, In Walcott, death coming at
the age of 77 years. He had been fail
ing for Bome time. He was born in
Germany Nov. 20, 1832, and had made
his home in America for many years.
DEATH CAUSED BY FUMES
Coroner's Jury Passes on Demise of
Charles C. Dickinson.
New York, June 21. A coroner's
jury decided yesterday Inhalation of
"irritant fumes" had been the cause
of the death of Charles Courter Dick-
many of my friends. Dissolve one
half cup sugar and one ounce kar
dene in one-half pint alcohol; then
add enough boiling water to make
a full quart. A tablespoonful of this
tonic before each meal helps to pur
ify the blood, arouses a torpid liver
and aids digestion. You will soon be
rid of that tired feeling, and be more
ambitious and energetc. This tonic
is excellent for clearing up a sal
low complexion, restoring lost appe
tite, removing liver blotches, skin
eruptions and toning up the system
Miss B. K.: The worry and bother
of wearing hair nets and veils to
make your hear stay up and conceal
that dull, stringy, unkept appear
ance you speak of could easily be
avoided if you would stop shampoo
ing with soap. You have made the
mistake of thousands of other ladies.
The alkali in soap Irritates the
scalp, makes the hair streaked, dull,
coarse and brittle. Doubtless you
have always noticed how harsh your
scalp felt after a shampoo with soap.
If you will shampoo every two weeks
with a teaspoonful of canthrox dis
solved in a cup of hot water, your
hair will always be light, fluffy and
easy to do up, besides looking de
cidedly neat. This shampoo lathers
abundantly, dries quickly, stops itch
ing scalp and cleanses . as no other
shampoo will. The luxury of extreme
cleanliness of the scalp which comes
from the use of this shampoo has
made It so popular that many of the
best hairdressers now use It exclus
ively. It Is inexpensive and can be
bought at any drug store.
Mrs. A.: If the hair on your fore
arms is so coarse and black that
you feel embarrassed when you
wear short sleeves you are justified
in using a remedy to remove it. Del-
atone Is safe and harmless and is
successfully used to remove super
fluous hair from face and forearms
Get an ounce of delatone from your
druggist and mix it with enough wa
ter to make a paste. Cover the skin
from which you wish to remove the
hair with this paste and let it remain
two or three minutes, then wipe off
and wash with warm water. The
hair may grow again, but it will be
light in color and much thinner than
before. Two or three applications
will permanently remove it. Dela
tone is rather expensive, but very
little is required and you need buy
It only once.
G. W. K.: You should take better
care of your hair, as a beautiful
head of natural hair Is much prettier
than any false hair. Any signs of
hair or scalp troubles such as dan
druff, itching scalp, falling, dry, dull
and brittle hair can easily be cor
rected by shampooing every other
week with canthrox (see answer to
Miss B. K.) and rubbing Into the
hair roots twice a week a quinine
tonic made by dissolving one ounce
qulnzoin in one-half pint alcoholJ
Although you have been so disap
pointed in all the ready made hair
tonics you have tried, I know you
will find this one will do what I say
it will. It makes a very refreshing
dressing for the hair and keeps, it
soft and glossy.
inson, former president of the Car
negie Trust company, who died In
St. Luke's hospital May 24, eight
days after he had been taken there
from the laboratory of Dr. Lange of
Scranton, Pa., where he had witness
ed an experiment and breathed the
gas, which, according to the verdict,
was fatal. This, verdict was deliv
ered by order of Coroners Feinberg
and Winterbottom. Herbert Smythe,
counsel for the Casualty company of
America, with which Mr. Dickinson
carried a ?55,000 accident insurance
policy, hoped to prov that death
was not due to the accident.
Motte heartening, inspiring.
Framed above my pretty 'dealt.
Never Shelley, Keats or Byrlnr
Penned a phrase bo picturesque.
But In ma no inspiration
Rides my low and prosy brow.
All I think of Is vacation
When I see that lucubration:
DO IT NOW.
When I see another sentence
Framed upon a brother's wall
Resolution and repentance
Donnot flood o'er me at all
As tread that nugratory
Counsel 'written years agro.
Only when one comes to borry
Do I heed that ancient story:
TELi, HIM NO.
Mottoes flat and mottoes silly.
Proverbs void of point or wit.
"Kepp a-plussin' when It's hilly!"
"Life's a tiger. Conquer It!"
Office mottoes make me weary.
And of all the bromide bunch
There is only one I seri
ously like, and that's the cheery:
CONK TO LUNCH.
v "Entered under the pure license of 1904.
F. P. Adams in New Tork MaU-
BASIES ROUSE IRE OF
L Think Former
Girls" Should Leavo
Yowling Offspring at Home When
A protest against the presence at
commencement observances of gradu
ates' babies has been made in the col
lege News by two Wellesley under
graduates, and a heated controversy
Is now going on. The girls wrote:
"Since we must keep tree day closed
'to the public for the enjoyment of the
alumnae, should they be allowed to
tSFAHT IDOLATRY AROTTSE3 WRATH AT
bring their obstreperous infants to dis
tract the attention and mar the pleas
ure of the undergraduate?
"If it Is utterly impossible for these
-young children to be left at home we
would suggest that one of the society
bouses be turned Into a day nursery,
where fond mothers can leave their
offspring in care of an attendant, or,
if they prefer, remain to compare
Jack with Ruth or to discuss the lat
est fad In infants' food or clothing.
By the this plan the children could
be duly exhibited to less fortunate
classmates and the whole afternoon
would be more thoroughly enjoyed by
SLEEPY SENTRY SAVES LIFE
Death of Crimean Veteran Recalls
A romantic story is told of Sir Roger
Palmer, a Crimean veteran, whose
death was recently announced. Sir
Roger was a lieutenant, aged twenty
two, when the battle of Balaklava,
famous for the charge of the "six
hundred," was fought. The night be
fore the battle he was going the
rounds of the camp when he found a
sentry of his regiment, the Eleventh
hussars, asleep at his post. Although
he could have procured the man's trial
by court martial, which would have
meant a death sentence, Palmer de
cided to say nothing.
Next day Palmer led his troops "into
the valley of death." A Russian caval
ryman was about to run hi3 sword
through the lieutenant's body when i
trooper of the hussars dashed up and
clove the man's skull to the chin. It
was the sleepy sentry who had thus
saved his officer's life and proved his
"It cured me," or "It saved the life
of my child," are the expressions you
hear every day r.bout Chamberlain's
Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy.
This-is true the world over where this
valuable remedy has been introduced.
Nd other medicine in use for diarrhoea
or bowel complaints has received such
general approval. The secret of the
success of Chamberlain's Colic, Chol
era and Diarrhoea Remedy is that it
cures. Sold by all druggists.
All th news all the time The Argus.
I MY JHESS .'J
Glass and Steel Shop. Deere & Co.
are on the eve of erecting a blacksmith
shop, of mammoth proportions to the
makeup of which will set a new pace
for captains of industry in the middle
west. No materials except steel and
glass are to be used In constructing
the new shop. The steel will be con
fined to the structural framework, the
remainder of the shop, with exception
of the roof, will -be of glas's. The
square feet of glass to , be used are
36,732. The shop will look more like
a greenhouse than anything yet at
tempted by -a manufacturing concern
in this section of the country. Plans
for the shop are being drawn and esti
mates" On the materials to be used are
being secured. The Leonard Construc
tion company of Chicago, which will do
the work, has sent Its experts in steel
construction here to superintend the
Job. Little excavating will be neces
sary before actual construction work
can Tie started and building will be
under way within a few weeks. The
plan of the shop will be such that it
will appear to be a house of glass if
viewed from either of the sides. One
end will connect with the present
blacksmith shop of the Deere plant,
the other will be made of 20 windows,
eacn 7x8 feet In size, and held in posi
tion by brick. This is the only in
stance where brick will be used in the
building. The new shop will be 307
feet long. Its sides are to be 30 feet
high. As all is to be glass with ex
ception of the roof there will be 9,210
square feet of glass in jach side.
Matos Still Alive. Marko Matos, the
Austrian who was stabbed Friday
evening by Simo Katanchi during a
quarrel over a loan of $1, Is still alive
and attending physicians believe that
the man may recover If he can weather
another 48 hours. The hope is a slim
one, but the man is clinging tena
ciously to life. In telling of the stab
bing affray Saturday evening The Ar
gus had names twisted, saying that
Matos was charged with the cutting
and that Katanchi was his victim.
Matos is the injured man and Katan
chi is the man who is held on the
charge of having wielded the knife.
Paroled Convict Arrested Here
Fred Nelson, a paroled convict from
Joliet penitentiary, 13 Incarcerated at
the Moline city jail awaiting trial on
the charge of larceny on information
sworn out by Ed Hearn, who rooms in
the same house with Nelson, at 172S
Third avenue, and who claims that
Nelson stole a suit of clothes from
him Saturday night.
Gcod Body Nearing rtome. The
latest word is that the remains of
John W. Good will arrive in New York
June 25. The remains will be shipped
directly to Moline for burial In River
side cemetery. The funeral will like
ly be held June 27 or 2S.
Sodini After More Theatres. H. A.
Sodinl of Moline and Victor H. Shafer
of New York, city manager of the Indi
ana Stock company, now showing at
the alrdome, left yesterday for Kansas
City, Mo., where they will arrange for
the leasing of tho Auditorium, the
largest theatre in that city. Negotia
tions are also under way for the taking
over of the largest theatre in St. Joe,
Mo., by the local magnate. The Indi
ana Stock company will open one of
the two houses, presumably the Kan
sas City Auditorium, and another f.Igh
class repertoire company will be se
cured to open the St. Joe house. Mr.
Sodinl says he will secure several
other theatres before the theatrical
season opens, which will give him a
string of six theatres, including the
Family and the Barrymore of Moline.
Floating Sawmill on tho Missouri.
F. Springfield of Lebeau, S. D., has
launched a stern wheel flatboat on the
Missouri river at that place, on which
-Z carries a portable sawmill. Ha
roe Remedy For
There are two forms cf bodily
cleanliness, the external and the in
ternal. The one is for your pride in
yourself; the other for your life and
health. Both are important, but of
vastly more importance in the long
run is the internal cleanliness.
This Is one notnt that nil nh
about their body tho cleanliness of thai
bowels. Keen them clean and frwi from
obstructions. To do this you must have
one or two movements of the bowels
each twenty-four hours. If your system
does not do this naturally. In the process
of eating' and 2rlnklnir. then you must
obtain aid of some kind After finding
out that cathartics, salts and such things
.relieve you for a day, but. bind you up
worse than ever the next day, then try a
simpler and more natural remedy ilka
vr. uaidweirs Syrup Pepsin.
For the skeptical the best way to be
fin Is to send your name and Address to
Dr. Caldwell for a free sample bottle.
Use It as directed and If It convinces
you that a brief continuance of Its use
will relieve you permanently that It will
train the stomach and bowel muscles to
Again work naturally at certain hours
then buy it of your druirjrist t fifty
cents and one dollar a bottle. Just as so
many others are doing. They be-ran with
a sample bottle, then bought a fifty cent
bottle, and now, fully convinced of its
merits, they buy the one dollar family
size. All the members of the family can
use it down to th very youngest.
A brief use of this grand laxative tonle
will cure constipation In Its worst form,
indigestion, liver trouble. ielc hca-si-h.
sour stomach and such tiilments and keep
you In continuous good health at a very
small cost. Such Is tbe experience of
iii-tny -amines nice mat or Mrs. Oscar
Fleener. Unionville. Ind., J. P. Daniel.
Baron. Tex., and hundreds of othora
could tw named.
Dr. Caldwell personally will be pleased
to give you anv merttral 1vlr -vnn ma-
desire for yourself or family pertaining to
the stomach, liver or bowels absolutely
free of charge. Explain your case in a
letter and he will renlv tn von In -. n
For the free sample simply send your
name and address on a o8tal card or
Otherwise. For either renuost h Anftnr'm
address is Dr. TV. B. CaldwelL K.503 Cald
well building, MonUceUo, L
Five Years Ago
We believed that the keeping qualities cf beer sealed
with corks was superior to that sealed with crown caps.
To-day we positively Iinow that
retains its brilliancy, effervescence and flavor better
when sealed with crown caps. We know this be
cause we have tested thousands of bottles both ways,
and these tests compel us to render a verdict in favor
of crown caps. Besides, the crowns are infinitely
more convenient to both the consumer and the trade,
Budweiser is always the same in quality no matter
whether sealed with corks or crowns and is bottled
only at our home plant in St Louis.
A. D. Huesing, Distributor, Rock Island, I1L
win onrt ajwu tuo river, picking up
logs where he can find any fit for
lumber and cut them on the boat.
marketing his product at the various
towns along the river, and he expects
to drift down as far as Slour City
by fall and to make tbe trip a profit
able one to himself through the lum
ber he will be able to cut from Jogs
which will cost him only the trouble
of catching them as they drift down
the stream or the littl . greater excr
tion" of pulling them off sand bars on
which they may have lodged.
AN OLD TIME DINNER.
British Tablo Manners In the Seven-
An account of hospitality lu England
In 1C20 gives a gocd idea of the man
ner In which a country gt-ntleman of
the period lived. Dinner and supper
were brought in by the servants with
their hats on, a custom which is cor
roborated by Fynes Moryson, who
says that, being-at a knight's house
who had many servauts to attend him,
they brought in the meats with their
heads covered with blue caps.
After washing their hands in a basin
they sat down to dinner, and Sir
James Pringle said grace. The viands
seemed to have been plentiful and ex
cellent "big pottage, long kale, bowe
of white kale." which is cabbage;
"brach soppe." powdered beef, roast
and boiled mutton, a venison pie in
form of an egg and goose. Then they
had cheese, cut and uucut, and apples.
But the close of the feast was the
most curious thing about it.
The tablecloth was removed, and on
the table were put a "towel the -whole
breadth of the table and half the
length of it. a basin and ewer to wash,
then a green carpet laid on, then one
cup of beer set on tbe carpet, then a
little lawn serviter plaited over the
corner of the table and a glass of hot
water set down also on tbe table; then
be there three boys to say grace, the
first 'the thanksgiving, the second the
Fater Noster, the third prayer for a
blessing of God's church. The good
man of the house, his parents, kinfolk
and the whole company then do drink
hot waters, so at supper, then to bed."
The bright six-year-old daughter of
an upper west side physician happened
Into his reception room tbe other day,
and a waiting woman patient engaged
her in conversation.
"I suppose you go to church and
Sunday school?" she asked.
"Oh, yes, ma'am," she replied.
"And what denomination do your
parents belong to?"
"Why," said the little one, "mamma's
a -Presbyterian and papa s a brain spe
cialist." New York Globe.
The late Dr. Talmage once called on
his lawyer and found two of his pa
rishioners there on legal business of a
"Ah, doctor," called the lawyer In
greeting, "good morning! Here are
two of your flock. May I ask without
impertinence if you regard them as
black sheep or white?"
"I don't know as yet." replied Tal-
whether they're black or
white, but I'm certain that If they re
main here long they'll be fleeced.".
Charged For Curiosity.
Mr. Bach What Is the reasou you
charge twice as much for my cuffs as
you did formerly?
Laundress Because you have begun
making pencil notes on them.
"What difference does that make?"
"The girls vaste so much time In
trying to .make them out." London
"You say they contested the will of
"Yes. and the court held that he
was suffering from hallucinations."
"On what grounds?"
"It appears that he left tbree-fourths
of his property to his nother-ln-law."
Kept the Tning at Home.
"For. the past year we have kept the
king of all laxatives Dr. King's New
Life Pills In our home and they have
proved a blessing to all onr family,
writes Paul Mathulka of Buffalo, X. Y.
Easy, but sure remedies for all stom
ach, liver and kidney troubles. Only
25 cents at all druggists.
BACK GIVES OUT.
Plenty of Rock Island Readers Have
You tax tho kidneys overwork
They can't keep up the continual
The back gives out It aches and
Urinary troubles set In.
Don't wait longer take Doan's
Rock Island people tell you how
P. C. Beselin. 1324 Fifth avenue.
Rock Island, 111., says: "I am ob
liged to do heavy lifting at times and
no doubt my kidneys were weakened
in this way. The chief sympton of
my trouble was backache, coupled
with pains in my sides and across
my kidneys. The kidney secretions
were unnatural and the passages
were very irregular. Seeing Doan's
Kidney Pills advertised, i' obtained
a box at the Ilorper House pharmacy
and after I had used the contents, I
was entirely free from my trouble.
I am only too pleased to recommend
Doan's Kidney Pills to other sufferers
of kidney complaint."
For sale by all dealers. Price 50
cents. Foster-Milburn company, Buf
falo, N. Y., sole agents for the United
Remember the name Doan's
and take no other.
j . .
Expect to be
Some day they don't know
why or how or when Just ex-
pert fortune to smile on them in
some mysterious way why
leave the matter to chance?
build your own fortune lay the
foundation today-with a dollar
in this strong bank absolute
safety and four per cent in
terest. Rock Island
,il i'i ' "i' i iiiiMil';lij'i.'tyTVrTigg'
i l I C1 lllftiMi
You can only appreciate the beauty and economy of a
"DETROIT JEWEL" (?AS STOVE
By using it. ft costs no more than others. See tbem at
Alen , Myers & Company
Telephone West 18. New Phone 5810
MHaaew m: ew -m.
is the place. There the very
air has life In it, and glad
ness. Sunshine penetrates
your heart; the strength of
the rock-ribbed hills, your
limbs; the crystal purity of
lakes and streams, your mind.
You don't know what life
means until you've been in
Fast Trains Daily
direct to Colorado Springs
and Denver providing the ut
most In luxury and rest. Only
one Colorado, only one Rock
Island to the Rockies in all
Low Fares All Summer
Ask for descriptive literature.
Repairing done neatly and
quickly by the Goodyear
Men's soles, sewed 75c,
nailed 50 c.
Open evenings until 8
1608 Second Avenue.
Third door east of Illinois
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