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R THE KOCK ISLAND ARGUS. THURSDAY, DECEMBER 15, 1910.
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6 6,00 0
(Pipe organs exclusively)
ISOxSO feet 5 14,400
Total space, feet
. SI 2,100
Twice the size and output of
any other piano factory in the
Tl.e ahoe is exclusive of dry kilns,
oil and supply houses and sundry
small buildings used in connection
with the Kimball plant.
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! -: punoaorcan factories Wi KlMBALL CO., CHICAGO, ILL...U.S.A established 857
KIMBALL GRAND PIANOS
Masterpieces in piano manufactur
ing of today. .
KIMBALL UPRIGHT PIANOS
More than 200,000 in us?.
KIMBALL 8 8 -NOTE PLAYER
PIANOS Perfection in player
merhanism, simplicity of construc
tion, efficiency in musical results.
KIMBALL PIPE ORGAN Ark-
nom iedeg amonK he most artistic
in the world. They include pipe
organs fur auditoriums, pipe or
pans for lodpes. pipe orpans for
churches, colleges, schools, pip
orpans for residences, with player
mechanism and solo device.
WHEN BUYING A PIANO DO NOT FAIL 10 INVESTIGATE THOROUGHLY THE OLDEST
GRADE PIANOS SOLD IN THE THREE CITIES
Bowlby's Music House has sold the Kimball pianos in this vicinity continuously for 32 years. The Kimball is used in the homes of more musicians and in more public places than any
other high-grade piano sold in the tri-cities. There is a reason for the marvelous growth of the Kimball factory. It lies in the superior tone quality and great durability of the Kim
bail piano. Call at our store and let us explain the many special improvements which the Kimball piano contains. Many pianos are being selected for holiday gifts at our store. OUR
SPECIAL HOLIDAY PRICES are moving the pianos rapidly. Call and make an inspection of the Kimball before the stock is depleted. Terms to suit all.
1611 2d Ave.
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of the official apnraisal of the Kddv first dated Nov. 7, 11
e- tote pl-K-e ils value at approxi-1 ocil May 14, 10O4-
matolj- $1,5.00,000. j 'lxt At Io(mnicoi.
In addition to the nrvious sifts I f'P!- appointins Henry M
and the se'j-
Will of Late Leader of Chris
tian Science Church Aids
HENRY M. BAKER EXECUTOR
Mrs. Augrusta E. Stetson,
gent," Receives Costly Dia
mond Hreast Pin.
made to h"r son. (!(or?p 'V. Giovor ;
; of Lead. S. I).. .$10,000 is given him j
: in the will and the same sum is given
j each of his five children. ,
I Dr. E. J. Foster-Eddy, her adopt- :
ed son. ?ets $.j.00O; Calvin A. Frye. i
j 520. 000, and there are several more !
bequests of ? 1.000 to .$3,00 0 oao,h to'
'. :'latives and to attendants of the:
I Eddy household. j
Mrs. StrtKon ISejnembcrrd.
I Fiy codicils Mrs. Eddy directs that!
"InMir- an indebtedness ttpon the church eii-:
Concord, N. H., Doc. 15. "For
the purpose of more effectually pro
moting and extending the religion cf
cnristian teienoe as tausnt by me.
' ifice of the Second Church of Christ.
: Scientist, in Xew York, shall be can
i celled from her estate and bequeaths
Her crown of diamonds oreast piu
to Mrs. Augusta E. Stetson of Xew
f Tli" will was filed bv Henry M.
Mrs. Mary Baker G. Kddv in heri nKr- ,n executor. .iuup t'narrs
will, filed here yesterday afternoon. : R- Corning received the will in corn-
makes the mother church of Boston i raon. forra and Mr- "aker petitioned ; Massachusetts Metaphysical college
her residuary legatee, after various lor us approval in eoicmn rorm. A!an( to ojlJ them therefore until they
sole execuior without, sureties and
making the bequests named above to
relatives the will continues in pari
"I pive and beoueath to the moth
er church. First Church of Christ,
Seior.tist, Boston, Mass., the sum of
'"1 give and bequeath to the Cliris
jtion Science board of directors of the
I mother church, the First Church of
I Christ. Scientist, in Boston, Mass.,
and their successors in ofTir-e the sum
of .$100,000, but nevertheless, in
'trust for the following purposes,
nameb": Paid trustees shall hold, in
vest and reinvest the principal of
said fund and ccusor atively man
I ae the sane, and shall use the in
come and such portion of the princi
pal, from time to time as they may
i dteni best, for the purpose of pro
viding free instruction for ind'gent.
worthy Christian Scientists at the
other bequests are paid. j
Among these other bquosts is one
of $100,000 to the Christian Science
board of directors to be held in trust
for the purpose of providing free in
struction for "indigent Christian
Conservative estimates in advance
hearing thereon was ordered to fol
low the mailing cf notices as requir-j
ed by law. j
The will filed was executed on, j
Sept. 13, 1901, and reexecuted as an j
nupst to Calvin A. r ryf is mc
j to $20,000 by ;m' rodici!.
D'rcrt Vtlt- of Kenlt. i
j la the second codb'il the testator '
' directs her executor to fell within!
i three month:; her real estate in Con-!
, cord known as Pleasant View." that;
, th proceeds of the sale bo forth-
'with paid over to the directors of'
: the First Church of Christ. Scienti-t,
; 'n Roston. to be used for such pur-j
! poses in connection with the church i
, as the directors may determine. j
The codicil gives to the First
church all the contents of the home
stead and of the other buildings at'
'"Pleasant View" to bf kept or d:s-
.posed of as may be determined by:
. th'-i directors of the church. Calvin
.a. Frye is given the privilege of so-j
lecting from the articles such keep-j
! sakes or mementos, net exceeding in
.intrinsic value the sum of $."00, as j
he may desirr. ;
It directs also that Calvin A. Frye ;
1 shall be provided with a suitable'
! home in Mrs. Eddy's houst ;n Com-j
monwcalth avenue. Boston, "lie ioj
have the exclusive occupancy of two
furnished rooms therein, to be vie-1
leased I signaled by my executor, and to have was regarded as an authority on rail-
his board, suitable heat, light ar.d . road finance and railroad construction
i all other things necessary for his I work. He was born In New ilaran-
comfortable occupancy of the prem- ( shire, but moved to Wisconsin while a
ises during his natural life, the ex- j
peuse thereof to be provided out. of i
boy. He occupied various positions
with the Union and Nor: hern Pacific
before returning east 10 years ego.
He spent some time in London in
charge of Yorkes' underground mil
read, and was r.h-o at one tine asso
ciated with the Guggenheims in Col
orado mining ventures.
income from the residue of my
estate, which I have left to the Fi'-st
Church -of Christ, Scientist, in Eos-ton."
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can maintain themselves in some;
part of Christian Science.
"I desire that the instruction for;
which provisions is hereby made '
shall be at the said college, but my I
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On the breakfast table In the sick room
for making salads, puddings and other des
serts for a bite between meals, in the lunch
box, there is no fruit equal to the famous
California Sunkist" Orange. Being tree-
ripened, sound-picked, packed and shipped with the
utmost skill and care, it is the most healthful and luscious of all fruits.
Sunkist Oranges are thin-siinned
Cberless seedless. They fairly melt ia
tbe moutb. There is so little waste ia
servingandeatingthem thattbeyare truly
the cheapest orange you can buy.
Every Sunkist Orange comes ia a Sun-
Ask for "Sunkist" Lemons
After you hmvo eaten Sunkist Oranees. you will
be elad to know there are Sunkist Lemons,
lor tney. too. are tne finest iruit ot tneir kino.
Is ever blemished, marred, decayed, thick-
skinned or pithy. Sunkist Lemons
contain SO percent more tnicetnan
commonplace lemon, whicb
makes them most economi-
Kogers Orange Spoon "SiiiSw nse. The "Snnklsf
Sive 12 SnnklstOrnnB(orTJemon 'jV Wrapper identified
lllirKf. r 'H k i Tl Pt.. . And ,n .11! niWMnft
VOU With HT'Daini, RlWPnOntnpfl Rnnnn nf hncrfl
tfil desicn aod hii;hot quality. Bf bid navinc wrHnpem
It oa fifBire more than rn. Mad 12 Sunkist
V rnrnpr tml 12 for n. h w.JH itinn, 1 nnnn
1 ! than r.n Mmmint. ahnv. nmf.. . I ?
M..reii on'sror hnk dmfl. (Don't Stn.l Cfihh Wo will h
tp eeuil jou rtimplrtA list of valaahln premluxtip. He honor both
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CALIFORNIA FRUIT GROWERS' EXCHANGE
3-1 Clark Street. CHICAGO, ILL. it)
original will Nov. 7, 1903, the pre-1 said trustees are hereby authorized
vious will having; been lost or mis-j to provide said instruction elsewhere,
laid. There are two codicils, file ; if. jn the unanimous judgment of all
1 gniH trustees for the time being.
sue it course snail seem best.
The will then ratifies and confirms
trust agreements and declarations
relating to the purchase of land for
the site of the mother church in Bos
ton and specifying the conditions on
which the church shall hold its real
Dealgrnatea I or of FntKtn.
Continuing, the will says:
"I give, bequeath and devise all
the rest, residue and remainder of
my estate of every kind and descrip
tion, to the mother church, the First
Church of Christ, Scientist, in Bos
ton, Mass., In trust for the following
"I desire that such portion of the
income of my residuary estate as
may be necessary shall be used for
the purpose of keeping in repair the
church building and my former
house at 3 85 Commonwealth avenue,
in said Boston, which has been trans-
j ferred to said mother church, and
' any building or buildings which may
! be by necessity or convenience sub
: stituted therefor, and I desire that
the balance of said income, and such
portion of the principal as may be
deemed wise, shall be devoted and
used by said residuary legatee for
the purpose of more effectually pro
moting and extending the religion of
Christian Science as taught by me."
In the first codicil $5,000 is given
to Laura E. Sargent, Mrs. Eddy's at
tendant; a sum to the Second
Church of Christ, Scientist, New
York city, sufficient to pay its in
debtedness; $3,000 to Mrs. Pamelia
J. Leonard of Brooklyn. N. Y.; the
i crown of diamonds to Mrs. Augusta
j E. Stetson of New York, and other
beauests of personal effects. The be-
kist Wrapper. Thousands of families
vrillhave none but Sunkist Oranges. After
you have tried tbem once they will win
you. Please make the trial today. Your
dealer sells them. And don't torgti 13
save the "Sunkist" Wrappers.
TIZ Makes Sick Feet Well, No Matter
What Ails Them.
j Red Cross Seals Cure.
! Every consumptive uncared for is
a nublie lianger. Yet only one-tenth
'of the cases are in the hospitals and
! sanatarinms of the country. That
i means that nine tenths of the victims
; are fighting the dread enemy in their
homes eitht r inteliientlv or other
, wise. p.; it in ;o! h classes there is
trcnKiuior.s need tor ueip.
The plan ol" the Christmas seal in
augurated in this country by the Red
Cress means a great, recruiting for Hie
at my already enlisted to battle with
the plague. It is good fighting, for it
shoots Ftraight at the mark. It means
a certain cure for many who would
have gone uncurcd, because the pen
nies and the dollars spent this season
for seals will be transformed speedily
into life-saving milk and eg;;s.
Ahovo all. the plan is admirable be
cause it is educational because it
Similarly named Temediet cmetime
deceive. This first and original Cold Tablet
i3 a WHITE l'AOUAUE with black
and red lettering, and bears the aigaature of
I T A S your pliimbinc
scnicc been satis-factorj-
We are ready to install for you, on
short notice, modern equipment,
which will meet your most exacting;
demands as to reliability, long service
We supply "tatnlartr puaranteed
fixtures, and nil orders prompt
and careful attention.
CHANIMOiM & DUFVA
West 17th St., Rock Uland.
win help to teach both old and young ' OOOOOOCOOCKJCCCCX?OOOCCOCK?CC
! help lift the burden of tuberculosis
which weighs upon the whole commun
ity. Those are the practical material
i merits of the Red Cross stamps.
!tnat it is tne uuty of one and an iiq
A BANK BOOK
!But there is another side. Those lit-'
tirp.l iile "Merry Chrfsnmas" squares are-
TIZ acts at once nnd makes
achinp. swollen feet remarkably frcflv.jftg tnat not onv will do good, but
t1 ., J . i , !will do the given good. Each of us
Its the sure remedy, you know, for ......
pverything that fts the matter wfth ;WH1 be enriched hy what is given. J
your feet.. It's for pnrc feet and tor iniio.iolni.io
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Illinois Girl Shoots Self.
Galesburg. 111.. Dec. J5. Miss
sweaty. bnd-smrlllntr feet, and for
corns, callouses and bunions, too. t
'For y-r I have brea trnhled with j
ore and tender feet; Buffered Infenne j
nirinna Ttttiiout relief, i honitht n bnx e As'otiry. despondent over family .
of tit.. wbih worked n perfret rure. n troubles, vesterdar shot herself in the X
It bca with a srrrat many of my frlendn. ! . , . , . . ; 2
I noiii.i not be -nit imut it. ah a re- region of the heart. After shooting Q
quire i to be boon a to be nnvorwaiiy j Khe ran to the home of a relative nndk
uned." A. I'. lretitzrr, Chlenico. , ,X
TIZ Is not p. powder. Powders andlfp,i unconscious on the floor. Her re- O
other foot remedies lofr up the pores. covery is doubtful. ' 3
ill ,J ,.iii txy uicuiiijtja t-xilUHUlinH
which brinK on soreness of the feel, and '
is the only remedy that does. TIZ cleans j Rfi
out every pore and glorifies the feet ulu
You'll never limn asrafn or ilron- nn I r . I i
your face i:i pgin, and you'll forget
about your corns, bunions nrtf callouses.
You'll feel like a new perron.
nriT in r .. i 1 1 ,i M-
i i is no .-aii. d i. nil tl 1 CKK'-IS. t i
cer.ts per box. or it will be sent vou di- vis. trie wall street banker and broKcr
IT".' ltyor" w,rh fom.'aitcr i.utivr I an presi.'.ent nf th Y!?r-on?i;i Society
Dodga & Co.. Dodge building, Chicago, ! - v , . . . , ' 1.
ULL , lof New York, is dead, aged CI. Davis
A Savings Account opened with one dollar or more makes a moat
acceptable CHRISTMAS C1FT to children, relatives or friend. We
especially solicit smail acounts on which we pay 4 per cent inter
est compound twice a year. If desired, -we l!l mail them out, bo
that they will be received on Christinas morning.
4 Interest Paid
C'lipckinjE account solicited. Safety loos for rent.
FINANCIER IS DEAD
Henry C. Davis Was Kejiardcd
Authority on Railroad Matters.
New York. Dec. 13. Henrv C. Da
Rock Island Savings
3ank. I Rock lsa"d, 111.
1721 Second Ave.