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THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS -
TUESDAY, JANUARY 2. 1011.
NEGRO BOYS ARE
HELD FOR THEFT
Robert Terrill and Sidney Nuby
Charged With Stealing $11
at Shields Store.
CASHIER MISSES MONEY
Disappears While Hrr Back Is Turn
ed to Make Change for Bill One
of Young Fellows Presented.
Robert Terrill and Sidney Nuby, col
ored "youths, were arrested yesterday
afternoon charged -with having stolen
$11 from the cash holder at the J. T.
Shields grocery store on Fifth ave
nue. Their case is to come up for
tearing Thursday afternoon and in the
meantime they are being held in the
county jail in default of bail amount
ing to $500 each. The two, in com
pany with a third party, went to the
Shields' store at 2 o'clock yesterday
afternoon and Terrill presented a $5
hill to the cashier and asked to have
it changed. A money holder similar
to those seen at banks is used by the
jc-mg lady cashier and it is located
near her window. After taking the bill
from the negro, she had occasion to
turn her back a moment and upon
looking around again, she was sure
she saw the negro's hand Just leaving
the money holder.
911 IS MIIG.
Although she became suspicious.
Bhe hesitated making a charge against!
Terrill until she was surf and slic set ;
to work at once to ha?tUy s: rike a:
balance. This shoved tint she was I
short $11.11. S h notified Mr.!
Shields. "While they wi re talking it I
ever, Terrill '.valued into the store
a:;.Tin and the cashier dropped the re
irark, "there he is now." Terrill, al-i
though as yet no remarks had been di-!
rcrted at him, took exception to the
statement and indulged in a string of:
profanity which was only stopped I
when. Mr. Shields threatened to chas-j
tize him for using such language in
the presence of ladies. A brother of
That Makts the Baking Better
Fafltire r almost impossible with
We know that It will ive yon better
We know that the baking will be purer
We know that it wm be more evenly
And we knew that Calumet is more
economical, both in its use and cost.
We know these things because we
have put the quality into it we nave
seen It tried out in every way It is
need dowio millions of homei and its
ales are growing daily. it is tne
U"dera baking powder.
Have you tried it?
Calumet is highest in cuallt
- moderate in price. -
Received Highest Award
World" Pare Food Exposition
At Prof. 0. F. Slater's
Elks' hall. Sock Island,
every Friday evening, and
at Prosperity hall in Dav
enport on Monday and
Saturday evenings. Class
es from 8 p. m. to 9 p. m.
Social dance 9 to 12.
Terms, 12 Lessons, $3.00
S A L A R V LOANS
TO HO EST EMPLOYES.
110 to $100. on Jut your plain
nolf. Rppay us in pmall weekly
or monthly payments.
C1TIZKXS 1X)AX COMPAXr
Old Phone Katt 11 ST.
Room . MrKlntilf Blk . Molir.e. III.
Terrill soon put in an appearance and
although they were both load in their
protestations of innocence, they made
an offer to settle, but this he refused.
Detective James Brinn arrested Ter
rill and Nuby.
Love is ice.
And love is fire;
Ijove is fretting
'Tis a gold brick
And a fortune,
And a bit of
Good and had;
Love is guaged by
What you tell her.
Love is life
Within a cellar,
In a mansion
With her mother.
And her dad;
Though we f"el it
And conceal it.
Though we give it
Or we steal it,
Ive is just a
Pool of gladness
In which mortals
And the lawyers
Lift the cover
When she sues for
And your notes are
Read In court.
St. Louis Star.
Two brass bands.
Leaf lard at Gllmore's.
Kerler & Co. make rugs.
! Carpenter Coal company
Sell coal. Fhone west 295.
j Buy a homo of Tieidy Bros,
i Tri-city Towel Supply company.
Men's arctics $1.25 up. Dolly Bros.
For express, call Spencer & Trefz.
I Mound City paints may cost a little
! more, but! Ill & Ehleb.
1 Let William Johnson do your tin and
1 furnace work. 1316 Third avenue.
Mrs. Austin's buckwheat flour
; gives the real genuine old time fla
vor. Mrs. Austin's buckwheat flour
rives the real genuine old time fla-j
' H. T. Siemon wants vour tin and
rurnace work. io26-i52S rourth ave-;
. rue. '
Mrs. Austn's buckwheat flour
' ;:ives the real genuine old time fla
vor. Carpenter Coal company, 123
Twentieth ctreet, old phone West
295. We handle best grades of hard
land soft coal. Our incto, "Satisfied
(ilONEY FROFifl CANDY
SALES IS MISINfiiMrs- Armstrong's instructing.
M. C. A. Jh-awor Is Opened and $5
Taken. Possibly by Iloys Who
A. D. Hermann, assistant secretary
;of the Y. M. C. A., who aside from
i his official duties conducts a small
i candy th"p at the association home,
j has been the victim of numerous petty,
j thefts, which have cost him at least:
$5. A drawer in his desk, where he;
placed the receipts of his camly sales,1
j has been opened twice, the. lock hav-
i ing been picked, and various . sums
have been stolen. There will-be a
se watch of the drawer, and Jf the
prit Is caught he will be treated '
icuipni is caugni ne win ne
j to something beside candy. It Is
not the work of the association mem-
bers. but of some of the boys who
drop in from time to time and avail
themselves of the Y. M. C- A. privi-!
. . , ..... . - .
TWO WILLS ARE PROBATED
Direct Heirs Koceive Estates in Each !
The will of the late Basilius Winter i
was admitted to probate this morning i
by Judge R S. Bell. The instrument
was drawn and dated Feb. S. 1900, and I
named the widow, Johanna Winter, as
executrix and principal heir. Provis-'
' ion was made that in case she re- j
j marries she is to have one-third of the
i estate and the remainder is to be di-;
j vided eqnally among the surviving chil- j
i The will of the late Louis Allars
j was also admitted to probate this
. morning. Sidney Allars. a son. was
i named as executor, and the estate was
divided equally - between him and his
: three brothers, William. Don, and
i Frank. The Instrument wa dated
(May 25, 19-S.
' Saves Two Lives.
"Neither ' sister nor myself
might be living today if it had not
' been for Dr. King's New DlseoTery,"
; writes A. D. McDonald of Fayette
j ville, N. C, R- F. D. No. S, "for we
j both had frightful coughs that no
j other remedy could help. We were
j told my sister bad consumption. She
was very weak and had night sweats
! but your wonderful medicine com
j pletely cured us both. It's the best
i I ever used or heard of." For sor
lungs, coughs, colds, hemorrhage,
j grip, asthma, hay fever, croup,
i whooping cough all bronchial trou
! Dies it's supreme. Trial bottle
, free; SO cents and $1. Guaranteed j
j by all druggists. I
As Ultimate Consumers They
Are Concerned in Cooking
School Next Week.
MRS. ARMSTRONG COMING
Chance for Indifferent Cooks to Im
prove and for Others to Get
Young women in Rock Island are j
rejoicing over the fact that Mrs. i
Helen Armstrong, one of the most
expert culinary artists in the coun
try, is going to teach a cooking class,
instructing those who are interested,
and who will come, in the art of pre
paring various dishes and viands and
preparing them in such an appetizing
manner as will be a revelation to
the best informed cooks in the city.
Young housewives, who do not know
just exactly as much about cooking
as they want to, will hall her ar
rival with delight.
But there is another side of the j
question, one in which the men are ;
interested, for it is an admitted fact
that under ordinary circumstances
they do not do the cooking, but they
are no sluggards when it comes to
eating. If their food is cooked in
such a manner as to tease their tem
per, they generally "beat it" to
town and eat at a restaurant. This
causes the little housewife to worry,
to wonder what in the world is the
matter. She does not realize that
the trouble lies in the fact that she
can't cook, that she is a miserable
failure when it comes to that part j
of domestic life. She naturally con-,
I eludes that "hubby" prefers nis !
! meals down town for reasons that
jhe can't understand, and never
dreams that she is the innocent
cause of It all herself.
KEEP PACE WITH ADVASCE.
Science is progressing along all
lines, many new things are being
brought to light, and it is not unus- j
ual or extraordinary that the art
of cooking is receiving its full share
of advancement. That preparing
food as it should be prepared is a
science, has been proven beyond a
doubt. And it is a science that very
few women understand as well as
The kind of delectables "that
mother used to make" may have
been fine in their day and undoubt
edly they were, but that does not
mean that the art of cooking is re-
trograding. To the contrary
not, and to be convinced or this ract
one has onl-v vis,t tne fi"hool UI-
u 1 "
strong that The Argus has arranged
Mrs. Armstrong will start her
school of cooking Monday after
noon, and as it is free, the only re
quirement being that you clip the
coupon which will . appear In
!The Argus and exchange it at The
Argus business office for a season
ticket, it is expected that the en
rollment on the first day will be
large and that many women in Rock
Inland will derive much benefit from
HOTEL WORLD TELLS OF
18,000 MILE OCEAN TRIP
i Gives Features of Trip Around South
I A ..... . tfViaa TaLn hv tlio
111. 1 . u 1 1 - -. a " . . J " '
The Hotel World features the tour
around the South American coast
upon which Mr. and Mrs. Charles
Mcllugh and daughter, Elizabeth,
have started. Besides printing a pic
ture of the steamship, Rluecher. on
which the trip is being made, and
a map showing the itinerary, the
following appears under the cap
tion "Boniface on Eighteen Thous-
nd Mile Oc ean Trip:"
'-J3"; 'r' -M. Charl
Mcllugh and daughter. Miss Eliza
beth Mcllugh, left Chicago for a
long, interesting tour in which they
will almost encircle the South
American continent. Mr. Mcllugh,
owner and manager of the big fire
proof Lexington hotel, Chicago, has
'arranged for a tour that will give
1 him a much needed vacation of sev-
leral inomh.. They lert on the llam-
I am a candidate for
commissioner and as
such need your votes
and if elected in return
will give you in the
management of 'the af
fairs of the city the
benefit of the years of
my business exper
ience. OSCAR E. A&PLE.
715 Third Avenue.
MRS. HELEN ARMSTRONG
THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS
Cooking School Coupon
NOTE See The Daily Argus for full particulars.
Cut out the above coupon and
burg-American line steamer, "Blue-
1-cher," from Xew York Jan. 21, and
the very interesting itinerary takes
in the following cities and distances
of the cities from each other are
"New York, Jan. 21, to Bridge
town, Barbadoes, 1,84 0 miles; Per
nambuco. Brazil. 2,030; Santos, Bra
zil, 1,255; Montevideo, Uruguay,
885; Punta Arenas, Chile, 1,310;,
Coronel, Chile, 1,270; Valparaiso,
Chile, 265; Punta Arenas, Chile,
1,4 65; Buenos Aires, Argentine,
1.375; Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, 1,142;
Bahia, Brazil, 73 8; Para, Brazil.
1,525; Port of Spain, Trinidad,
1,260; St. Thomas. West Indies,
510; New York. 1.430; total dis
tance from New York. 18,300 miles;
duration of trip 72 days.
"Readers of the Hotel World rec
ognize the fact that travel to South
America from the I'nited States has
never been popular; in fact, it has
been deemed impossible from the
standpoint of pleasure, owing to in
ferior steamship facilities. Iast year
the Hamburg-American line made
the experimental trip with the
"Bluecher" as far as Punta Arenas,
"the southernmost city in the
world." It must have proven a suc
cess since this winter the cruise of
the "Bleucher" will be to Valpa
raiso, far up the Pacific coast.
"'I do not know.' said Mr. Mc-i
Hugh to the Hotel World, 'whether i
we will stay with the ship clear to j
the south, through the Strait of Ma-;
gellan or cross by rail from Buenos j
Aires to Valparaiso; that we win a-i
cide later.' It Mr. and Mrs. Mcllugh
do take the rail trip it will be the
most thrilling one in their exper
ience, for the line is famous for its
wondrous scenery. The total dis
tance of the cruise is 18,300 miles.
The "Bluecher" is 12,500 tons, and
is absolutely modern, having every
luxury with library, a 'daily paper
I MINISTERS IN MEETING
Dr. H. O. Breeden, Evangelist, Ieliv
ers Fine Address llcfore Alliance.
The regular meeting of the Minis
terial Alliance was held yesterday aft-
ernoon at the Y. M. C A. chapel at 3 !
o'clock, Dr. H. O. Breeden, who is in
charge of the evangelistic services at
the Memorial Christian church, deliv
ered an address before the ministers,
and at 4 o'clock, the regular program
iof the meeting was taken up. Devo-
I ttAnnl i-trifam WArA .onHnrtctfl Pat i
E. A. McFarland and Rev. N. G. Han-'
na read s paper covering Starbuck's :
book, "The Psychology of Religion." :
The reading was followed by a discus-1
sion of the paper, and routine business
was transacted. j
Piles Cured In 6 to 14 Days.
Your druggist will refund money it!
Pazo Ointment fails to cure any case
of itching, blind, bleeding or protrud
lrg piles In 6 to 14 days. 50 cents.
Double Coupons in This Issue
Each Good for Season Tickets
Interest Has Already Begun Get
Your Season Ticket Today
The announcement of The Argus Cooking School has already begun to interest the
ladies of Rock Island. Inquiries are ciiiiug as tp how the tickets will be distributed
and how ihy can be obtained.
This evening lady readers will find below two coupons, both of them good for
season tickets. This will enable every subscriber to secure a ticket, also hand one to
some friend who would like to attend Mrs. Armstrong's lectures.
It is too early to give out the first day's program, though it will appear in next
Saturday's issue. There will be a complete change every day and it is believed that
nothing finer in the way of cooking instructions has ever been brought to this city.
Mrs. Armstrong stands in the very highest class of instructors. Her work is
practical, scientific and therefore helpful. Be sure and cut out the coupons today and
get your ticket. In many cities the rush for tickets has been so great that many have
been disappointed. Do not take that chance.
present at The Argus business office.
ST. PAUL GREATEST
Yrt One of Siipreroe Intellects of All
Time, Says Kvancelist in Ser
mon last Xiglit.
The services ajt the Memorial
Christian church last night were
among the best of the revival. Dr.
H. O. Breeden preached to a splen
did audience on the subject, "The
Conversion of an Infidel." He said
that the greatest intellectual genius
was an infidel. That man was Saul
of Tarsus. He believed in God; he
was a deist. But he did not believe
in Jesus. He made the strangest
impress upon the world of all the
sons of men. Measured by other
great men, Paul is the most colossal
figure of history. By birth he was
a man of universal genius. By long
study he became a man of universal
culture. Three great nationalities
contributed to the making of this
man. He was a Jew by birth, a
Greek by culture and a Roman in po
litical privileges. He was an orator
For Sale by
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THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS
Cooking School Coupon
NOTE See The Dally Argus for
Cut out the above coupon and present at The Argus business office.
and understood the art of putting
things. He was a literary artist and
could write an ode to loe. lie was
widely traveled and knew the world
Measured by any standard, he was
one of the three supreme intellects
of all time. Other men have been
great as hero, reformer and Matea
inan, but this man swept all these
high into one personality and car
ried these supreme gifts up into an
excellence hitherto undreamed of.
More Dr. Breeden digressed from the
life of Paul before his conversion,
and took up the rise of Christianity.
He showed how Christianity needed
a great exponent, one that would
come from hostile ranks, one who had
been against the Christ. Then he
took up tho journey of Paul to Da
mascus with his conversion to take
all of "that way" and Imprison them
or kill them. It was on that Journey
that Paul saw Jesus and from that
hour became a flaming herald for
the Christian religion. Baptismal
services were held at the close of
the sermon. Tonight will be the
"Home" service and Dr. Breeden
will preach on "Home, Sweet Home."
Professor Lintt and Gordon Lintt
will King a duet at the opening service.
the Following Grocers:
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W'HAAB, J. VI , 1u 4th Av.
WHIIIH. CJ. 1. . S23 2ith Kt.
KHIKUiS. J. T., 2i32 6th Av.
f HORTKIIKiK, J. H.. 42M) 14fh Av.
HITTKl HTAHMKR. 70w 17th HI.
TKWIIKK, VM . 5x0 Kth Av.
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KELTINfi. 11 EN R V C, 1014 :lhKt.
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LAKKoN. H. V.. 143 K,h St.
I M1EOKES MONARCH OROCERY.
' 402 1 1th St.
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j A v.
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NEW MEAT MARKET
Your for Btilne.
J. T. Moore will open a first clan
meat market at 12'Mi Thirtieth street,
Tuesday, Jan. 2t. with a choice line
of fresh and salt meat, poultry and
game flsh and oyxter in season.
Your patronage solicited. Ord'-rs
promptly delivered. Phone West 15JC.
Women Should U?.e This
To Clear the Complexion
And Make the Skin Velvety
Here In a Simple Itecipe for a M
sago Yea m You Can Kawily
Prepare at Home.
No woman need suffer the humili
ation of an unsightly complexion If
she massages the hkin nightly with
plain cerol cream. This can be pre
pared at home at small cont. If you
get two ounces of cerol at the drui;
store and dissolve In a scant pint of
boiling water and stir until smooth.
Cuing this dainty and delightful
masnage cream qulrkly rids pores of
blackheads, overcomes the oily.
hlny condition and makes the skin
soft and velvety, giving it a natural,
healthy tone . which powder atrl
rouge cannot successfully Imitate.
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of India Tea.