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THE ROCK ISLT) ARGUS, FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 3. 1911.
Jack Britton Says McFarland
Wanted Kim to "Lay Down"
in Memphis Bout.
CONFESSION IS FORCED
Referee Threatens to Withhold the
Money l"nles Ring Conversa
tion Is Revealed
Memphis, Tenn., Feb. 3. Jack Brit
ton, who fou?ht an elsht-round draw
wph Packey McFarland of Chicago at
the Armory Athletic club cn Monday
nipht, throush Matchmaker Haack last
night declared that he had been asked
by the stock yards lightweight to "lay
Matchmaker Haack. who refereed the
fight, asserts that he forced Britton to
acknowledge that there was something
unusual going on in the ring.
During the fourth round McFarland.
according to Haack, whispered some
thing to Britton, who shook his head.
Immediately after the finish of the
bout, Haack said he went to Britton
and asked him what was said. For a
time Jack refused to explain, but when
told that unless lie did there would be
no money forthrorning for his end of
the bout, be declared that Packey
wanted him to "lay down."
"McFarland whimpered to me to 'take
one on the jaw,' said Britton, "but I
told him I wouidn't 'puil' for him or
any one -lse. I am trying to make a
reputation in h rinsr as well a3 Mc
Farland, and don't propose to be made
the 'goaf just to boost McFarland's
MtRTCI ISKiT rilll. KMfillT.
New York, Fob. 3. Phil Knight, her
Bided as the- Kansas Ciiy "cyclone,"
made a poor showing at the National
Sporting club last night, when Johnny
Marto. the Italian lightweight, out
pointed him in a 10-round bout. Knight
knew little or nothing about the lox
lng game, being just a rough slugger
with a lot of pluck.
MUSCATINE HERE TONIGHT
1-'hM !va Five to Contest With the
I ' 1 High School Team.
The lo'al high school basketball
leavers wont through their final prac
tice last evening for the Muscatine
raine, and left the coaches convinced
that they wouid give a good aroisnt of
themselves in the game tonight with
the fast Iowa five. The Musatine five
6tands undefeated this season, having
beaten almost everything in the state
of Iowa. It has been several years
There is nothing more frightful
In a happy home than to have one
of Its members instantly seized with
a dreadful wtak of epilepsy or fits.
The many grateful letters from such
homes, after the use of Kosine. th?
remarkable remedy for this dread
ailment, testify to the real merits
cf the preparation.
It is a meritorious article and is
sold on a gaurantee plan that de
serves your confidence. The price
$1.50 will be refunded by The Har
per House pharmacy if not fully sat
isfied after ustng a bottle. Mail or
ders filled by the Kosine company.
Washington. D. ('., or The Harper
Hock Island's Favorite Act
8 School Boys and
The Iiet in Vaudeville
5 Other Big Feature Acts 5
And pet your tickets in for tlie liig
prize Tuelay, Feb. T. at matinee,
95f di&moutl ring nI four rati
Irize! . $13, 10. 93.
ifff iff? m iss n fn H!i
M4l isS It i lyu ILSJ
;he house of quality
best pictures of quality,
good music and good
complete change of
ADMISSION ONLY 5 CENTS
MUTUAL LOAN COMPANY
Peoples National lauk. Building.
Oi?n Wednesday and Saturday
Pvewing. Ptinne Vet 122.
" QUICK. '
since a local team has defeated Musca
tine. With the exception of Wilcher, the
men are in good condition for the con
test tonight. Barker's knee has almost
entirely healed, and he again is able
to get around the floor in record time.
The rest of the men are in the best
condition, having developed a good bit
of wind power the last week. Mr. Har
mon announced last night that he
would not take the risk of letting Wil
cher start the game, as he might again
injure his ankle and be out for several
weeks. The lineup will be as follows:
Behnamann and Barker forwards, Tay
lor center, Hughes and Mclntyre
The curtain raiser will be tween the
high school second team and the So
cials, an independent team composed
of "Y. M. C. A. players.
SENIORS BALKED IN
A RUSH AT A PARTY
Blank Cartridge Scatters Crowd of
High School Boys at Host
The high school Junior class basket
ball team was entertained by a num
ber of junior girls last evening at the
home of Miss Hazel Eckhart, Sll
Eleventh street. The home was pret
tily decorated in the junior cherry
and white, and all went well until a
band of senior and eophomore boys
got wind of the affair and started out
to break up the evening's entertain
ment. They proceeded to the prem
ises, and after investigating and dis
covering that there were no frozen edi
bles on the back porch, and narrowly
escaping a bucket of water which
came through the window, they pro
ceeded to the front porch, and began
a pitiful serenade in hopes of drawing
onp of the juniors out that they might
i kidnap him As a result. Harry Sil
verman and Will fcmpKe naa to neat
a hasty retreat to avoid being captur
ed. The boys continued their noise
till some one within llischarged a
blank cartridge, and the seniors rapid
ly disappeared. They returned again,
but giving up all hopes of kidnapping
anyone, ihey finally "went home. The
! juniors had a very enjoyable evening.
the affair being in honor of the class
basketball team which tied for first
place in the recent interclass tourna
ment. GO AFTER SMALL FRY
PRIZES AT ST. LOUIS
Howlers Fail to ..And Anything High
er Than Seventh ITace in Kither
of the K vents.
St. Ixi'iis, Mo.. Feb
i ited their attacks in the
j Bowling congress tournament here yes
j terday to the small fry prizes, although
I the 'Sprache Machine team, one of In
jdianapolis' best clubs, shot 2.767 for
seventh nlace in the standine. missinz
two places higher on the list when ! ,hp Gren." attracting a large audience
their anchor. Fox. missed the head pinof trl-clty people. O'Hara, aside from
ion his final shot on a spare. Ed Mey
'er. formerly of Chicago, picked a cher
ry in the same frame for a lot more
The individual event develoied Joe
Sweeney of Sioux City, Ioa. as the
hich man of the day with 637, putting
him ino a tie for seventh position.
A. Roth well and S. !. Drake of St.
Louis led the doubles with 1,170.
FOULS AFTER TWO HOURS
Young Parrlillo looses Long Wrest
ling: Match to George Rounia.
Galesburg. 111.. Feb. 3. George Rou-
ma? of Galesburg and "Young" Par-
titr rT J 'tr t-i i u rectlaH fnr ttiA ctof.i
ii, . w , . . K, , . isee Mme. Eames as soon as I reach
championship here last night for two;.,
! hours. Exhausted and desperate. Par- i ar 3'
, uiii'-F inr, riiuiu i litr maim.
! Rotimas claims the state welterweight j
To whom it may concern: I wish
to give notice that I will not be re-
' sponsible for any debts contracted by!
my wife. Effie Dobblear. after this !
i date. PETER DOBBLAR.
Jan. 30. 1911.
How to Have Red Lips!
The Rlrl with red Urn and rdnk cheeks j
mav be thankful, for both denote heaith
vinorous. forceful, magnetic health. '
and while it may be impossible for some ' I
to anain. cwiuar to morrii state or
i v healtliv vounsr women and men arej
red blood crpuicies when the blood 1 he,d its annual meeting at the Coin
i improved and enriched with these mercial club, Davenport, Wednesday
am, r;u?uIt,rntVKr.,Bon"h.in,Bt and a of dl"
ct.eeks. whi the llpti Hjume a healthy rectors, as follows. I. Lt Sears, C. C.
rod color. Mar y physicians and beauty , Rr.lr! t- t)-Ler F" r Winl-lw
doctor prescribe tnree-urain hypo- A" 1JecKer- "inkier,
nudaue tablets, which are said to in- Severin Hartmann, O. V. Calbert, J.
variably Increase the red blood cor- ' Rf,ltinirer I1 4 ?kellev W H
rus. les after a course ef treatment last- , ' ho,1-n-er. A- Seiiev. w. H.
Ins several months Thu nervous ays- Keelev, L. H. Nutting, E. C. .Boniger
tern and Rer.eral health also improve onrt Tnhn Damtor
rapidly. The best physicians and ' JOtl" ater.
arK.thecary shops supply thia tablet in 1 The board elected the following
Take Pain-Away-Pllls for headache,
acute pains, etc. Harmless. All drug
The Old Reliable
J. P. Williamson's sew and 2d
1 hand store has returned to Rode Ia
land and will be conducted under
tie firm name of Carney A Tfaomp-
eon. It runs Jus the same as "J.
P." used to run it. We win pay ;
more for your goods and sell cheaper
than anyone else.
CARNEY & THOMPSON
WE STORK GOODS.
Old Phone 16S8. 1525 Second Are.!
TRY ANOTHER YEAR
Members in Favor of Keep
NOT FULLY TESTED NOW
Harvard Wants Three-Minute Rests
Between Halves Abolished and
New York, Feb. 3. Football en
thusiasts of prominence from all
parts or tne country are m ew
York today for the meeting of the
intercollegiate rules committee. The
majority or members of the committee
expressed themselves as convinced no
material changes should be enacted
this year, their posuion being the
present legislation should have an
other season's test.
WOH.D ABOI.IH RESTS.
Harvard representatives are in fa -
vor of doing away with the three
minutes rest between quarters, tak -
ing out only time for the teams to
change goals. Harvard also favors
making the halves 35 instead of 30
Feb. 9 The Germans.
Feb. 19 "The House of a Thousand
Feb. 21 "The Wolf."
AT THE MAJESTIC.
Seven curtain calls w-ere received
by the Marks Brothers schoolboy and
girl act at the Majestic yesterday aft-
ernoon. There is a reason for the
popularity of this act and it lies in the
tammy oi me pt-i iui uivi iu ems
No schoolboy act has ever brought
such good vocalists to a local theatre
and the audience appreciated their
work immensely. A harp solo and
much good fast fun added to the en
joyment. The act carries special scen
ery and shows much preparation and
drilling. Mercedes, the mysterious
pianiste, draws second honors at trie
theatre with her strange exhibition of
mind reading. She does the ordinary
things in mind reading after which
she seats herself at the piano and
plays any tune you may think of. If
this is a trick, no one has yet dis
covered how it is done. The Ia Rose
brothers, in their Chinese clown bur-
MoKniio rnmntv aprn!tnt!p ;irt nrnvpil
enjoyable to the audience and drew
much applause for their work. Mrs.
Casey sings "Ijet Those Sleighbells Re
Our Wedding Chimes." The Majes-
jticscope reveals a picture in which Kit
j Carson, the famous scout cf history,
'S Hie CCIHiai
"WEARING OF THE GREEN."
Fiske O'Hara, a young actor of Irish
romantic roles, appeared at the Grand.
Davenport, last night in "Wearing of
being a pleasing performer, sings well
introducing a number of Irish folk
songs during the play.
EAMES A JULY BRIDE.
New York. Feb. :,. Announcement
was made yesterday that the marriage
of Mme. Emma Eames to Emilio de
Gogorza, the tenor, will take place in
July next, either in Paris or in Ixm
don. This announcement was made
by Robert Schmitz, the pianist, who
was one of the passengers on the
steamship Savoie of the French line
that departed yesterday for Havre.
Asked if he was carrying a message
from de Gogorza to Mme. Eames, the
"Little Jeff" Hickman has been
traded by Davenport to Fall River for
John Weisenstein, an outfielder. Good-
Pitcher Roy Beecher, formerly with
I Springfield, has signed with Topeka.
I No fault to find with the Three-Eye
1 umpire staff this year. Bobby Car-
(jjruthers. Con Daly, Steve Cusack and
Pipes Connolly look the goods.
TRI-CITY FANCIER MEET
ml rHUUItnO lHtl
. 1. Sears Fleeted President ot the
The Tri-C'ity Poultry association
President I. Sears.
Vice President C. C. Rolfs.
Secretary Ij. H. Nutting.
Treasurer A. F. Becker.
Superintendent E. C. Boniger.
Thev then decided to hold their;
next annual meeting at th Armory
hflJl and approved of the action of 'ket: we ve never yet found one that
. . . e-ave the ertire f t f rt inn urMrh i-
the board in securing judges McCord j hsien M,lsf'",,'on which Oi ,
and Hale. After the business meet-; w have eeveral cases that have !
Iro- an imr r-nrr nt "vi-lini, .! rome to our attention where excellent i
ing an impromptu cockling rest r0.,.,-., hav. y... ,ne. ,..,:
was held, I. l Sears acting as chief
cackler, while the following crowed
in their turn: L. H. Nutting, on
"How to make our next Show the bi i Orrine is prepared in two forms. No.
. i 1. secret treatment, a powder, a bsolute-
SHOW Of Iowa ; John Racster on H0W.ly tasteless and odorless, given secretly
to keen them lavine '- E C Bonieer i ,n trrii or drink. Orrlse No. 2, In pl'.l
.c-. , . 'amB V" B ' form, is for those who desire to take
On Why I favor comparison Judg-' voiuctary treatment. Orrine costs only
Ino-". p S Farra.ll on "Why I favor' 1 kx. Write for free Orrine book-
' " ' , " . " I let onal.ed la plain sealed envelope to
score card judging; Charles n ail I Orrine Company. 71 Grrine bulldin-.
on "How to boost the pigeon depart- j
matter with Rock Island ". C. C. Rolfs
on "Geese lor profit." After a general
discussion of the above topics the sec-
jretiTy and treasurer submitted "re
I ports which showed that the last show
Committee I was hv far the best that thev ever
jheld. and they are planning one for
i next year that will surpass U."
MAY BE PLAYED HERE
liock Inland Favored by Illinois High
School Athletic Asoia
tion. Manager Thad Taylor of the high
school basketball team, this morning!
i received a telegram from Prtuc-"pM S.
W. Ehrman of Decatur high school,!
! president of the Illinois High School'
j Athletic assciation, asking that the i
western preliminary basketball tour-!
; nament for the high school basketball
s championship of the state be held here
Feb. 21 and 25. The conditions laid
down by the association provides that
Rock Island must pay all expenses,
j including hotel bills of the visitors
j and the expenses of the officials out of
;30 percent of the gross receipts. This
(would necessitate taking in about $350
I at the door for Rock Island to make
j expenses, And that is considered as al-
most impossible on account of the
smallness of the gymnasium and the
lack of Interest in the game here. The
manager figures, however, that it
would be worth a little loss to give
the local team the opportunity of play
ing on its own floor; and if the loss
can be reduced to a reasonable
amount, it is quite probable that the
tournament'will be held here neverthe
less. There are no other towns in this
district having as good facilities for
carrying on the tournament as Rock
Island and the association would like
to bring it here. There will be a mass
meeting at the school tonight and the
proposition will he discussed by sever
al of the students, and it will oe found
if there is enough interest among the
students to warrant taking the respon
sibility. AUTOS FOR BEST PLAYERS
Hugh tlutlmers Has Xew Plan to He
ward liall Toshers.
Chicago, Ket). In view of the fact
that the national commission has de
cided that, prizes for individual batters
in each of the major leagues are not
in good form, Hugh Chalmers of the
Chalmers Motor company, who desires
to make some gifi to the national
game, is almost at a loss how to op
crate. Yesterday Mr. Chalmers sub
mitted a proposition to President .lolin-
snu r.r iho Amt.Tir.an Ipsirim and t-o.
. . . . ' ' ,
reiving ins aiipiunatiuii win mane wiej
same to President Lynch of the Na
It is the intention of Mr. Chalmers
to present two automobiles this sea
son to the "iig league players, one to
the National and the other to the
American league. The prize winners
in each league are to be the best all
round ball players in both organiza
tions, the same to be decided by a com
mittee chosen from the regular news
paper writers on both circuits, or, in
- v,. .,,.,s o,.i.,u.h,
over their appointment, a committee
appointed by the presidents of both
leagues, it is .Mr. t naimers intention
if the two prizes are accepted by the
leagues that the same prizes shall be
given five years in succession.
Dates for Races.
Qllin"y, III., Feb. 3. At the annual
meeting here of the Mississippi Val-
ley shortstop circuit, dates were fixed
for the harness races a follows:
Quiney or Griggsville July 18 21.
Griggsville or Quiney July 25-25.
Macomb Aug. 1-4.
Bushnell Aug. s-ll.
Russville Aug. 15-1S.
I.ewistown Aug. 22-25.
Kncxville Aug. 2f-Sept. 1.
Petersburg Sept. 5-S.
Delayan Sept. 12-15. '
3ientlon nas open mnae or a person
who. even In heaven, would complain
! that his cloud was damp and his hlo
a misfit. W illiam inter.
Whisky or Beer
TRY IT AT OUR EXPENSE CAN
YOU ASK MORE? CAN EE
Imissiotur. and to ass'.ic ymj llat 1 am
uhsiiliiti-lv nim-iTf- in m- n!'-as as to
We are so confident that Orrine will ! wuat Kl-ouid consiifnte h K"'l city pov
destrov tne terrible cravi.iu for m ernmerii. I de sire t. add I h.ivi- taken
rer nnd all intoxicants, thiit we want
you to trv it at our expense. rhous- snouid i fan io me.( wo
ands of wives and mothers t hro-..Khout ,,f those who .let ine. I will res.n af- ,
the land have, by the aid of Cirrine. re- ' ter the i si -ar without a,:y recall. I !
stored drinkinK husriamls and sons to ' am anxious i.i serve the city, am not;
lives of sobri.-t v. iisefuln-s and happi- ' nf ter the. salary, ar.d am w ittiiit io
ness. We believe t f,at Orrine will prove ' hsrht for a square deal for the people ,
successful aftr all other means have ' ' a' ""' relat--d to Napoleon t.'.e Creat.
failed, so we say to wives and mothers i but have some of his tisri.'-in iiia
whose homes are blighted because of! just the same
the --curse of intemperance. - ,n t 1- ! LK N NAPOLEON f'. i It! iKAl
come discouraped. s en if you l at e tr(ej i
other remedies without benefit. Trv , .... . , , . ,
Orrineyo-i try it at our expense if it f To the Ul.zo.. of Hoik Islar.l: I
fails to produce results. We know that "15!h l" anr"' anZ" 1 1 a , :-t"il i:1" I
orrine stands foremost as a reiii.le ai,i I tor may- r. subject to ti.e pntnarJe., :
m h..in ih. i r :i r ir & r-i vi-., 4i..n .Tuesday. 1 f 1). 2. I k m nut an ex-
K- Si&usou." the well known iriiit ...
t't:.-a. N. V.. have been m-liinu -Orrl
lor a nnmoer i-t years. i;eaa wnat thev
T", n - t- f h. K-.Bl In u r. w . -.
we've soid rrae?ii-1Sv all the OiTeret r
cures for the ;,.jr r.ablt on the mar-
or orrine. "w e are so convinced of !
tr.erlts that we unhesitatingly recr-m- t
mend and guarantee it in ail cases of
the 'LV-juor Habit ' "
to buy ese bargains, and only a few more days loft until Newman's Cloak and
Suit House will occupy this building. Consequently the prices have been cut and
slashed all to pieces. Come tomorrow to the ' . " . . .
Your Choice of Any Ladies' Suit or
15.00 wool skirts
All, Ladies' 91-25 double-ru Tie
embroidered petti- lQs
coats now xv
All Ladles' 12.00
Shirt Waists now
All Ladies' $1.50 House Dresses
All Ladies' $1.60 Black petti
coats, embroidered QQ
flounce, now OiU
All Ladies' $1.26 Black petti
coats with deep shirred rQ
ruffle, now UaC
W. 2nd St.,
To the Citizens of Hock Island: I
announce myself as a candidate for
commissioner, subject to your approval
at tne primary.
OKIUN S. HOI.T.
To tlit Citizen? of Rock Island: I
herehy annniiiu'c my candidacy for the
office of mayor, subject to the decision
t' the voters at the primaries to l.e held
F.I.. 2S. II. -M. SClllilVKU.
To the V'deds of Hock Island: I de
sire to respectfully announce, my candi
d;icv for the mini inai ion '"r mayor at
t he 'prima rics to be held Feb. 2. lftll.
JOHN K.. SCOTT.
To the Voters of Rock Island: I here
by announce myself as a candidate tor
commissioner -at the nominating pri
mary. Feb. 2S.
AI.KXAXDKR J. DK SOLANL).
719 Twenty-third street.
To the Voters: I desire to announce
mvseif as h candidate for the .ffl.-e of
mayor, subtect to the primary election
istrutifin worthy of the conddence
the citizens of Rock Island.
K. C. 11AKT.
To the Voters of Rock Island: I will
be a candidate for nomination as com
missioner at the primary in this city
1. 1. " w 1 am nnlV LiU'l t I: 1 -1 iuf j.if
. chief "of the Ro.k Island lire depart -
nif nt- and nave been identified wuh the.
payer many years ami nave my ii"mein
the Sixth ward. I'KTtllt FRiSY.
Z'mZ'I Seventh avenue.
To fhe Voters of Rock Island: I here-
! tiv announce myself a candidate forcom
I missioner under the new form of gov
ernment, subject to the pnmaiis of
' Feb. 28. witli the assurance to the pub
I lie tiiat if nominHted and elected I shall
I not disappoint them in my efforts tn
Kive them a good and economic Kovcrn
i ment. 'Sough said.
6ti9 Eighteenth street.
To the Voters of the City of Rock Is-
f tl.f undersiu'ried Siibmlt mvseif
afl a candidate f-r commissioner, sulc
ject to your approval at the primary to
l.e held Feb. 2S. 1!11. If nominated arid
elected. I will look after the city'H af-
J lairs with tne same lt:t-rest as I would
j my own business or private affairs.
- Trusting that I will receive your sup
i port, 1 am, yours very tri'iy,
I LOL LS C. PFOIL
To the Voters of Hm k Island: I here-!
by announce myself as a cn nil Ida to fori
commissioner at the ijoniinatiiKT pri- j
tnarv, Feb. 28. I was born in Kotk Is- i
land and have resided here all my life. !
i ur the past It; y ;irs i have been in ,
t.'.e retail drur business For In of those',
j years I nave oeen lorati-u in ine rmn ;
ward, my present place of residence and
! business. If chosen fr commissioner, 1
i will fcive my entire time to the work of j
i the city. A. J. U1K.SS. ;
To t!i- Viiiir of Flo. "k Isinrd In the
aiinouni emenf of mv.ind day f'.r com-
; oatli that, in the event of m . e!.,-t ion.
'""" on any question
tremist on any question, a-.d in ti,"
i event that I am chosen, for mayor, shrill
isho.v r,o favoritism, but fl.n.i endeavor
: to fi;rt:i'r the best interests of all oer
rmzens. mnrair. , nn.ir.ei.i a.-m pro
! ress:veiy. I am , cool f i .nij a sjci -s,-
'-11 ','JJ' V.?-. I
ean serve tr.e people of K'icK Isia'id
y rfrlM,y and em'-ieniiy. Soiie!t;r.K 5 -., -jr
8 'Jpport. I am
er truly j r- -.. ,-, e--,
CHAKLta M. f-oi hEtis.
j To the Citizens of Ko-k Island: 1
; have decided to become a candidate for
commissioner berore the primaries to oe
held Feb 2, and desire to express my'
j gratitude for the kind and Kneroua ;
: manner in which my friends have sign-i
4 rny petitions, which have been c.r- I
cuiattd i: my behalf. I nave had ex- j
i perler.ee in publi': affairs In the office
J of assessor and think have proven wor-
thy and capable If I am so fonunate,
,' -jl""--1? 'Tt - !.
ale Ii Twi
All Girls' and Boys'
brellas will sell
AH Girls' and Boys' $1.50 wool
sweaters will fiQ
soil lor JUs
All Olrls' $5.00 Coats, aces 6 to
14 years, now
All Girls' $1.25 Dresses, ages $
to 14 years, now AQr
All Coys' $5.00 and $6.00 8u!ts
All Boys' 39c Flannel or Sat
een Blouse Waists - fT
All Children's Bear Skin Bon
land tinder th nw ystern. I will Kive
the people the bent that Is in me in
honest and conscientious attention to
duty. Yours truly,
JACK C. Al-LD.
To the Voters of the City of Hmk Is
land: I believe In municipal ownership
of all public utilities. I believe in th!
city doinn all its own contract work. 1 j
believe better work ami material can be
bad at less cost to the city. I'id oij
ever stop to liure that If you were paid j
for tiie franchise 4 yon have Klveri nw;iv I
without any compensation what Wall!
street values them at. the Interest on
them which you pay Wall street would
pay all the expenses of the city nnd I
schools and then there would be money i
left. In fact, you would liHve no faxes!
to pay. 1 believe from my business x
perience I would lie capable if helping
to bring: Hbout the above condition.
OSCAR K. AI'l'l.i:.
Candidate for Commissioner.
Pretty Big Sometimes, but Then There
la Another Point of View. I
I have a warm spot In my heart for
the bir American surgeons, sny.s n
writer iD the New York Telegraph. I
and because of regular attendance for'
yeurs at some of the most famous clin
Ics in this and other cities I have been
a witness of their nnadvertlscd cbarl-
lies acts of mercy and kindness which I
were never heard of outside the walls ;
of the hospitals they honor by their
I knew a wealthy man whose daugh
ter was suddenly stricken mid whose
life was saved by the attending sur
geon. His fee was $20.H. Straight
way the father emitted n wail.
"It's robbery," be said. The sur
geon stood firm.
"Your daughter's life is worth J25,-1
0OO to you," he countered. There was 1
no denial. !
"Well. Ibis fee means that I can op- I
er.'tte on fifty jx-rsons without nn.T j
charge, and if you don't like it you !
ean force me to sue, but 1 will pet It
without a suit or you will sl:inl a lot
And lie pot tb money without re
course to a court of law.
It Is n.-ife to mark it down when
you see n ptory of somo preat stirzenn
raisinn (XI per
select, each vavjn.
park thrm undrr
enable you to
choicest, tree-ripened orange.
Until you have tatted a lutciout" Suriki"orar,ji: .
vou cannot bi-zia
ortne that are properly grown, Tr-il'.y iti-p-: ted.
If yoa win!
the hnest le ra-
carefully pai ktd and i
kists" on vour table
Ofcs rrrjrD ak
mperiority of tree-ripened. hiielei, aeedle. tolidand
sound oranges over the
orange are o nea.Iy
clieapest kind to buy.
"Suiikitt" oranze are
picked. The "Sunkit"
Bo in pre
paiio Ak your dealer for the
ure that each orange you pet is yv ked in a tissue
paper wrapper labeled "5uiikit." r or tliese wrapuei
FREE TLU Handsome
them to us. with iic
and mm wiil pre:c
mr.tr m Sn,n nk V- a
i m m pi
44ilty. H-siri Mtin, uytmr l-.le Vt-r e.-,, Ml
1oah1 stAjen CfH:re4 ea-i I - 'Hunk it ' mrt er 4A4 lc.
la rvBIUinr pie,
i-rk. orler. eti,f-.r
M.. .11 ). , . . .,
. . . W,Lntf l-.l k
Cald'ania Fraat Crar'
Th TST1 Tfh fT TTO O
W Oil W W lit! S
Your Choice of Any Men's Suit, Some
Sold a high as OH C f
$22.50, for tDl.JU
All Mep's $10 and
coats or Crav
All Men's $2.00 and $S 00 Hats
All Men's heavy
All Men's $1.00 medium weight
Vnlon Huits QQ
All Men's overalls In
the bouse now
W. 2nd St., j
Dav., Ia. j
City Steam Laundry
Reid & Bollraan, Prop.
415-417 Seventeenth St.
Kirk llanl. 111. Phone MM-Y.
We have j'.iHt In-itallrd
1 a t j-1 improved Kloiati
Collar Edger and
Does not b'-cak collars, foldu
th' in porfee ( 'v. fnal- cs .iM the
thre edp.es perfeMly smooth.
Wiiubl he pie, is, (I for the
j'tihl c to ::'! fid h tt work.
... : . . I to. i
f bis I at elljoyl'l :
cii'l rei,ef f"oTit 'iln b"-
pooil health :
ilki't'. he i li.ir
I I'ic.ii iio' luii lit alt
If troubled with I fid ii. inn . rofi
stipiitlon. I.o (ipin-liio or feel hllioilt,
pie ( 'liHiiiberiaiu's Stoiiiacli a fid Lh
er TahlefH a li i.il aiid you v. ill b
pe;iKcd wl'b tl.o lisilll. Tin--" l.'ih-lr-ts
in i Ki.iiiti- the stomal h and liter
and i-trennthefi the ilip'-st ion. Kohl
-by n) druppi-.i.-.
mw Hi ij f j. (-4,jp 'iiiS'iiiw I -j ii
Fibrelcss Jcicy and
A Perfect Fruit
California oranjri; f arrnrt.
tent of the state tntue :op.
their perfect orui.j'e and
the name "Sunki-t " Tl
rrcoenie and buy Californi.'i
tu appreciate the ei.ln'-e of
idly tran-porte-l. b'rve ' ' Su'i-
totnorror morniii'' an I learn t'ie
nunitior, place kind. "S jr,k im "
all tjoi that Ihey are nucli the
ihin-thinntJ an 1 ". hnn i-
oiine it a firm, o!i i fruit.
'Sunkif kind and nuko
Rogers Orange Speon
'orlem"-i .-.-rripper and send
tt pay cnare,. putkmr. ic ,
you w.'.h a fcnuiM H rr (If
.11 : 1,. I ntf llin and illtflie-t
n-et whn fhe
.a Ortunl &w. I i-l-r I
eer :-',a 'Irsft I-" lii,1i-l. 1
I . , u If.- rtt ' i '. m I rmt.
-rt'r AAVl 'kmwi ttl" WtmWuT
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