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THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 7, 1011.
IS ONLY REMEDY
Nothing Short of Abandonment
of Burying Grounds Will
"Vtition to lip Presented to County
Supervisors .Afj? ror Early
Action on Question.
present at the meeting of the village ,
board of Sears last night that the on-j
lv acceptable agreement in regard to
the county burying ground would be
i's actual removal. Nothing short of
this will meet with the approval of
those who reside In the vicinity of
the burying grounds.
Beside members of the village board
present a? the meeting last n'eht there
were twenty residents of Scars and '
Supervisor George Richmond and Aug-j
ust Schmid of South Rock Island. A ;
petition asking for the abandoning of;
the cemetery .y the county was pre-
sen ted. The matter wis discussed ful-
ly by those who were present and ar- j
gumentn for the movement were many !
and forceful. J
As the cemetery Is not under the !
control of the Sears board, but rather !
of the county board of supervisors, the
matter was finally laid on the table,
and will again be taken up at the next
meeting Monday avening, March C.
The board hesi'at-d to take any action
which would merely regulate the level
at which bodies should be interred. .
iiRrom: rot wty m i'RRVi'ors. j
Before the next meeting of the Sears i
board the matter will be brought be- j
fore the countv supervisors, and the
people of Sears are hopeful that the '
board will grant the petition which will j
ask for the discontinuation, of the j
l.urylne of bodies in the old county i
cemetery. The. people wish to secure ;
the location of the cemetery else-
where, and some have already express- ,
t-d a w iilincti' ss to contribute toward
the expe-:i of acquiring a new plot of'
r round. :
JUDGE LINDSEY ON
. MISFORTUNES OF BOY
1 oun vimcer 10
Speuk at Aueu'-tana Net
' Judge Hen l.ind?'y. who will lecture
m Augustana caih-ge Tuesday evening.
F-b. 14. on "T'i.e Misfortunes of Mick
rv," will be the first lecturer of na-
Dressing Your Hair
For the Evening
Amy Letter in tl Xv.v York Review.) !
"Proper, tart' tf li.e hair doesn't re- j
,uire drenching v.ith water and scour-
ii;g with soap, going around for hours i
with soggy hair hanging down the!
back, bringing on headaches and copx- '
ing colds. Indeed, the less soap atid
water ued on tl' hair the better, for!
alkali and moisture make the hair dull,
brittle, coarse and dead looking.
"The true secret of keejing the!
scalp cloaJi and the hair light an.l Unf- .
f is the dry shampoo with certain ;
beneficial ingredients. Put in a quart
jar 2 pound corn meal and 4 ounces j
r amotone. M;ake until tnorougmy
tiuxed A beautiful cleansing powder!""" " ' . T i
wib. a delicate perfume will be the re-
Yfl r1:."! "bt gpTuslL:h.: ;
I', noil vk 1 i, ' . , V , i. . mills " ' -, v
, , . , . . . t ,
lllt M iiqf U.O ILiltl IUUI?. UIILljf.3 vi .
the natural color of the hair, makes it
M'ft and fluffy, and if continued regu
larly causes the hair to become long,
thick and glossy, for amotone is a nat
ural hair grower.
"This will supply you with sufficient
shampoo powder to last four months."
Those Bad Spells.
Lebanon Junction. Ky. Mrs. Min
nie Larub of this place, says: "I be-
lieve I wonld have been dead bv
now. had it not been for Cardui. "i ;
haven't had one of those bad spells
since I commenced to use this med-1
Cardui is a specific medi- i
cine for the ills from which women was tnat neither or these eoiiece exe- A well-known educator of Boston
suffer. Made from harmless, vege- 'ruti' es was able to deal with the situ-j found a way to keep the brain and
table 'ngredients, Cardui is a safe. ation In his respective institution." j the body in that harmonious cooper
reliable remedy, and has been uc- This was the statement issued by theiation which makes a joy of living.
. essfully used by weak and ailing , hoard of education here to quiet ru-j "Two years ago," she writes, "be-
women for more than sn years. '
Thousands of women have been help-'
ed back to health and happiness by; j
I's use Whr not nroftt hv thelr'CI I CCADHn filllTC R ft W Y ,
i 4 .i .u . i
.-ijjT-i iruir . .-v uui -in i.'uiuco
you tnat i araui is inst waat you
ii j . in i . I'
rSs&S :1Tj?T&ii "A
ViSTTtk 7--i- - rrV -.
Fcr ill Bleed and Siia Diseases
lei c frtct -iSc!-a lt ran Se. Cum
M edic-1 eperts fWTwfcrt recocw tba
bloo- pnntyir properties of Rc4 Clover
Uiosioic. Pur blood meant perfect
health, irrt aorae and -tar wa.l tr uatnc
tin ump.e remedy that poriSea the biooO.
t oa aerd ea booklet r'rtnf wwrwo af
pla -a u t.wc.ai urt tar
i. -in. laata ti. aii.MiU..
-a ri. t , f ma
a4 oter -umina cf t blood.
Ak Jr -r-fjut far Naa' Extract
8t id tof forfrm I bookUt
D. K-EDHJOI'S bOJLS. LaW- . C-caa-
tlonal reputation in the political world
who has appeared on the lyceum plat
form cf i he college for some time.
Judge Lindsey was born in Tennes
see. Being left penniless by 'he death
of hi? father, he took his widowed
niother and went to Denver. He there
started to work as an office boy for a
law firm to help support his mothe'
After his admission to the bar his abil
Ity was immediately recognized. Be
cause of the good fight he made as
counsel for one faction of his political
Tarty he received the appointment to
an unfinished term as county court
judge. It was here as judge of this
court that his attention was first called
to the system in vogue of handling
! juvenile delinquents. He became inter
ested In them, and the result was the i
present Juvenile system in the state of
Colorado, that is destined to become
In big Iecture he touches many
phases of the problems of the day re-
latin to the youth. He believes that
parents should be legally held respon-
I Bible for the welfare of their children,
He also believes that business men
should learn the facts of the cause of
crime and that no business will everjtrips would be made once each week.
succeed when it puts money above i It is expected that a large number
heart and conscience. Children are of passengers will be carried from
victims of industrialism in thousands
of instances, he holds.
t-f T Viof
Of dreams divine I built his shrine,
And washed it clean with tears.
I strewed before its golden door
The flowers of all my years.
My neighbor's fame was black with
Weed-grown her shrine and bare.
Yet by her gate of sin and hate
He paused, and found her fair.
With careless eye he parked me by
The love I might not win.
But knelt before her graceless door,
Ana prayea ner taKe mm in
Marie Conway Ocmler. In the Smart
Leaf lard at Gilmore's.
Kerler & Co. make ruts.
Carpenter Coal company
Sell coal. Fhone west 2S5.
Buy a home of Reidy Bros.
Tri-city Towel Supply company.
Fcr express, call Spencer & Trefz.
Choice wite oats for sale at Gil
Mound City paints may cost a little I
more but ' 111 Sr Fhleh I
,,t T.-iin, t, v, w . -
t Let llliam Johnson do vour tin and
furnace work. 1316 Third avinue. !
l.ujii hj i"i"'c .ia. Aus-'a
i r s. jujcms uurmuieai "our. ii;
ft. Jin . suio ,wneeier j.o teet long anu hti ioet
1'c-pt.ie celebrated mustard, the kind1 wide over all.
you always bought, now at all pro-; It has been lengthened and rebuilt
-ers. ;at Kahlke boat yards in this city and
No trouble to prerare Mrs. Aus- everything clone to make it first class
tins, famous buckwheat flour. All
No trouble to prepare Mrs.
;tins. famous buckwheat flour.
i Carpenter ' Coal company,
i Twentieth ctrcet, old phone
; 295. We handle best grades of hard
and soft coal. Our ujclto, "Satisfied
G. D. BAKER DEATH
S HELD ACCIDENTAL
Charge of Manslaughter Against
Ifuntoon Chauffeur to lie
A coroner's jury at Davenport last
- . nr .uo : and the plantations of wheat, cotton,!
"T :LZome olTe" Sr? tne,ri
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ti. tiunioon oi -io:ine, was ctc-ciueri-
tal Th r--v rvrvlira r,fRarc -v-'Vi .- wit-
nessed thf accident testified. They
said that the chauffeur. Harold Bur-;
nap. was wholly blameless. Burnap ;
is under hond of $2. eon on a eharce of'
manslniip-hter tint this will he d 1 s - ,
; tuuLA i un Wtrit tAI !
rnnniTAnn u r n r r-anv
Iown t'ni versity and Ames Heads I
Cedar Rapids. Iowa. Feb. 7
reason for calling for the resignations j
of r- George Maclean, president of ;
1 "e state university, and Dr. A. B. ,
Storms of the state college at Ames j
mors concerning the resignation of Dr.
rwlier Hie Ksuretwi ( omriUfs F.i-,
pected to Fallow Suit.
New York. Feb. 7.-The first step j
" " p-"nral -ove i
of the big express companies in reun-
' ..(-v.n Vi Wnnlrlri-r A 1f rfima rAeftr.
qUlOlilU l lie UO-inUi e- v v.
jdav with the transfer of the trislne-a
the Wells. Farjro A Coi bank of New
. Z v . , i.r '.
:esfrc Kbra,nch f 1 ! T.0'
lhr.Hn hu.cines is not included. i
York to the National Park ban. Thrt
'IliirU DAPWCTC Dl AMHCn
-4 iMCW rMUrxCIo "LHIH 111 tU 1
Chicago I.irliterKe t onipany to Kun ;
Li-r From I l Sail.
New Orleans. Feb. 6. Announce-j
ment U made by the Merchants' ,
Lighterage company of Chicago that
a line of packet steamers will be es-!
tablished Immediately for operation ;
between La Salle. 111., and New Or-
leans. The service probably w:il re
started with two vessels, which Willi
make the round trip In 2f days. Alone appears from rime to time. Thev
reduction of about 40 pr cent in,are jter.ine. true and full of human
j rate Is promised. i
TO RUN PACKET
LINE TO ST. PAUL
in the Service.
CAPT. BLAIR IS MANAGER!
Will Supplement Carnival City Line
Boats South Cruise to Knth
of the Mississippi.
Captain Walter A. Blair, treasur -
. . .
Northern Steamboat company, today
announced that upon the return of
the company's steamer, the Morning I
! Star, from its spring cruise to New,
i Orleans, it would be placed in the
packet trade between Rock Island
: and Davenport and St. Paul, and that
the north end ana tne scneauie .11
be so arranged tnat tney win nave
a. day and a night in the tri-cities.
I On the trip up the river the boat
will go by the Lake St. Croix route
1 to Stillwater. me cnicers 01 ui
Northern Steamboat company are:
President S. R. Van Sant, M:n-
" - ...
Secretary L- Fisher, Daven-
Treasurer and Manager W. A.
IS ATTRACTIVE CRUSE. j
Captain A. W. Blair of the Carnival
Citv Packet company has sent out cir-
cuiars describing the cruise to New
i Orleans and the gnlf on the fine
j steamer "Morning Star." leaving Rock i
j Island Thursday May 4, 1911, return-j
I ing on Monday May 20. j
1 btops win be maae at t-t. l-ouis,
, "tmpnl" Gnl",t:.ykB--t;
' lit A, til I U IJCL L ' 1 1 I V. I f-, tT CL11-1 UtUCl ,
ioints of great historic interest. j
Three days will be given at .New i
Orleans and one dav devoted to the:
run down to the jettiese at the river's
mouth, passing the battlefield where
Andrew Jackson defeated the British
I in 1S15 and forts Phillip and Jack son.
wnere Admirals Karragut and porter
won their great victory in IWZ. j
Two of the best lower Mississippi
pilots have been secured to take the i
Morninp- Star from St. Iouis to New,.. . ......
ii.vi iraiT TiiiPK
ti,. j ..m 1.,. i i-
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conneciea view or tne wnoie river.
-j ho Morning Star is a larse tine
m every way. i.s canin mini: is near- ;
ly all brand new and it lias fine accom-
n.odations for 120 people.
1 tie success or similar cruises in:
the steamer Helen Blair to the Tennes-j
see and Cumberland rivers and to St. j
Paul and Stillwater, led to trie pnr-1
chsta r,f tl,k tnnrh larrpr hnat n,l i,,
being fitted up with special reference j
to other and larger cruises on this
, great system of inland waterways.
( OIATOY AT BF.ST.
i This nroierf h;i5 tho charm of preat '.
noveltv. This is thn first nnnnrhmitv
ever offered the people to board a fine
steamer at the foot of Nineteenth
street and go to the river's mouth and
back without change or even taking
th-ir beloneinns out of their rooms.
The distance to New Orleans is 1,550
miles and the jetties at the mouth an-1 Impact shook the plow company build-. ay at.acheu cnaries m. a ...ere k ','";n'; - 'neighbors. Tbe public pt.ciant.H of
; other 100 miles, making the round ,jng arid for the moment occupants ' wealthy baker, and .-.aniuel Manning, a wr,i ,y present pbo e .,f r. si.b n. e a;.d I ij,,,. Ht:, n( resident n the follow -;cruise
3.S00 miles. During May the ; tho'neht it had been struck by an H""or dealer. Both men miy die from , I,,,,!,., s. "'"'Z'-jAn subject -.vill inter-st and b. u-Mt
lower river is always at a good stage
I ,' Z7 I
I The Mornlne Star will take no rv'
c ' " " .
l dDpe,rs ir.B on or orr. just tne
ori?inal comt'any for the rollnd trl
, .in l WW U.
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EESULTS OF FOOD.
Health and Natural Conditions Come :
From IliRlit Feeding.
Man. physically, ehould be like a j
penectiy reguiatea inacnine. ear n .
part working easily in its appropriate
place. A slight derangement causes ,
undue friction and wear, and fre-
o.uently ruins the entire system.
ing m a condition or nervous exhaus-
nun. i resinnetj mv uosition as i
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teacner. wnicn i naa Held ror over ;
years. Since then the entire rest!
haa. of course, been a benefit hut
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Tfca-Ibusiness en route, there will be no
1 ., .
r"1 use . '.n . A. R. Pottiger and F. D. Olson left
Pa- namely constipat:on. and itsj.0la for . evera, ,eeks. business
attendant s. . tQ GaIvw;fon and Houston, Tex.
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a little hot milk or hot water added.
I like it extremely, my food assimi-
l4t" and W bowe,s take care of
themselves. I find my brain power
. . .
ana pnysicai enaurance mucft great-
er and I know that the use of the
I Knw lnal tn us ' '"e
Grape-Nuts has contributed largely
to this result. r
a is with feelings of eratitude
that I write this testimonial anrt:
trust it may be the means of aiding
others In their search for health."
Name jsiven by Postum company,
Battle Creek. Mich,
Read the little bock. "The Road
to Wellville," In packages. "There's
Ever read the above letter? A new
jMiss Magdeleua Tuba East Moline
t Germain Reynaert Mclin,
Miss Mary Sjoblad Molina
Joseph King Molina
Miss Mary Grcmonprey East Moline
Feter DeConick Denison, Iowa
' Miss Emma Gremonprey. -East Moline
STARTS THE REMOVAL
i OF POLES AND WIRES
Ontral Union Telephone Company
IJcgins Use of Underground
The Central Union Telephone com-
pany commenced today the removal
jof its poles and wires along the
1 ..... . ,
I north side of Second avenue from
Seventeenth to Nineteenth streets
. seventeenth to Nineteenth streets.,
In a short time the network of wires
and the numerous poles which navolrnj9-aj
become such an eyesore on the main'
business street of the city will have
disappeared as only a few poies and
; wires will remain in evidence. The
: laying of cables in the underground i
j conduits has progressed to such a:
stage that the overhead wires in the
. ousiness aitnct are now ior me most
part out or commission. 1 nere win
! soon remain nothing but the electric
light and the trolley wires. These
, latter will probably be fastened
trie ouucnng wnere tnis is possioie
and where it is not the street car
. . .
i company is expected to put in metal
' wrilinr l l IIIDHDC
V ClllilC. Ui JUnUnO
nDncnrn rn DCDnDTPon' Marry. 01 cagie LaKe. jises
UnUhnhU IU nbrUnl Alma and Maud Wilson of Chicago'
Called for Service in the Circuit
C'ourt Comniencins Next
The following venire of jurors for
-in tb pirPt court has been
: drawn and thev have been ordered to
report next Monday:
Coe John Rocker.
Port Byron Arthur Samuelson.
! South Moline Emil N. I,undahl.
Moline John Eitman, J. H. McBride.
. jr. v Stelk .Tohn W. Dewrose. Fred
En . Anderson. B. F. Stow, F. C.
, Thompson, S. R. Fackler. R. R. Davis.
T.- T-J r, T nnIUIifla IVilliom'
r.. ruiu vji us uuuuuiau., n iniuiu
Hnoi- Iclar.H Ua Ipr Knwler U . CI.
iiuascn, wiinam i.ottscn. t. n.iioai ana ice winnj, miu n.u-nwi
Schmitten. J. C. Moffat, Al Cameron,
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j Oliver tiecK, .on 11 nonmaii, J. u. v 111-, uroppea ueaa at. noon muaj at iwen -
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v. ' " . , '
mean, vv .
V. A. Ehlcb. J. C Miller, Her-
tjens. Charles Huber. Albert,
, Huber, ii. l.ind, George Huher.
South Rock Jsiand Henry Dasso.
Andaluf i WiUiam Stewart.
Edgington Charles Baker, B. Bur-
Buffalo Prairie Tams Morrow.
rmr e Rtirc I
j BOX CAR CAVES IN
iici er PIIM II I Mf
."""no f low o.H.l., w.mi- v -
ters laiii;icoil Jj!7M in Col
lision. A Burlington road box car Jumned
i r''rve yestertiay anernooii at ro-.r-
teenth street and Third avenue,
' line, and caved in the basement wall
of the Moline Plow company office
building, causing damae of $T'10. The
--jli -n cf cnlirl trine two feet in .
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thickness. No one was injured. Tiie
herd horses in streets
i ri- 1 - l iil inir .lTIIHl III a I v I
Iooks Bad to Stranrers.
, hgrd f() to. to put
on city airs when a herd of horses
lis turned lnope to be watered at a
itnmpli in the middle of the main
business street every day, but that's
"!one or the handicaps that Rock Is-
I land is laboring under just now. No
i .eeii for the horsea
i,., . i. ir.r.k ti Best des
-,.im .i animal.; tret in the
. of the str(jpt f.ars and cause pe-
,,ria inenn veiience. if not
danePr amj it gives Fecond avenue
A 'v'rkpt snuare the appearance of
and Market square the appearance of
, i.. t,
a stock t-orrai "
animal?, "nersonal" escorts when
they go out to drink.
Dprcnntl PmntS'lay Knn,?d was nam,d as
IrcL SUIlttl Jt J11 1 LJ ;hir and as executrix.
j rs. r . i . ru u --
t'aso, lex., ror an ex.enueu ...t.
.TnsMce rlarence Schroeder has re-
i. . - kr;nc tr-ir. tn Tnrl-.
i-rneu iruiu a. uu...- -r
Mrs. Cynthia O. Woodruff and Mrs.
Marv Sudlow left this morning for
Ashville. N. C. where they will visit
for several months.
Arthur Schrssel. student at the Uni-
of Illinois, is spending several
the city visiting with his par-;
ems Mr and Mrs. J B Sehoesse .
WB, .vr. bu"
282 Seventh avenue.
-r -r '-! rf-n.rfert thin mornln-
rnr- bi home In Pl.?santv il'e. Pa., afttr
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the home Of Mr. and Mrs. v . Grote,
Oi-.r ,rV. aven le
Rov Hansen left to res ime hi3 6fU-i
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dies at the t niver!ty or Illinois afer
6i.endinp the last couple cf days visit-
I.IZ his "parents, Mr. and Mrs. H.
8en' 1135 Seventeenth street-
1 Car.rtoantk . t fn.r t
Rev. 3. O. Hagglunn arrived home
'ast r!pht from Ciicao. where-he at -
v:e.de - a ettl cf the executive :
board of the Illinois conference, held
yesterday at Augustana hospital.
STRIKE BREACH CLOSED
Arbitration Board at Brewing Com
pany Plant Makes It Keport.
The arbitration board chosen to ad
just the differences between the driv
ers employed by that concern and the
officers of the Rock Island Brewing
company, as a result of which 40 of
the men walked out a week ago, re
turning after a day, reached Its ver
dict yesterday. The board sustained
the right of the company to discharge
without ceremony unsatisfactory em
ployes where they were engaged in I
temporary work, as was the case in the j
man dismissed and in sympathy with1
whom the other drivers left their!
places. However, the board rules that
the discharged employe In this In-
stance should be permitted to return
fnm f. . ... .!
joh a. vii.so'.
The remains of John A. Wilson.
who died suddenly while on a train
, near tagie iaKe. lex., arrived ner
' mis morning ana tnis aiternoon were
taken to the home of his daughter.
Mrs. H. W. Bailey, in Orion. Fun-
tOeral services will be held tomorrow
; morning at iu 0 cioi k rrom tne riai
ley residence, with bur'al at Beulah
.! ... .
The services will be con -
j ducted by Rev. W. G. Oglevee, as-
sistant pastor of Broadway Presby-
kerian church. The remains were ac-
jcompanied here by Mrs Wilson and
and Arthur of Emmet. Neb., are here
to attend the funeral.
FI NER II. OF MARY V MOI.I.F.R.
The funeral of Miss Mary N. Moller
was held yesterday afternoon at 2
o'clock from the home of her mother,
Mrs. Mary Moller. 421 Fourteenth
ftreet. Services were, conducted bv
Rev. .1. L. Vance, pastor of the United
Presbyterian church. Pallbearers were
Will Schroeder. Will Aster. Ralph An
drews. John Keller, E. B. McKown
and George Toenniges. Burial was in
! HQRSE DIES I f J THE STREET
1 I..ll. '..-I lnL:
i.ii'iuiai uinuK v .B...-.'
in Its Tracks.
' A horse lielonsMnrr to the ItockWi'Il
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a wagon containing a ton or corn,,
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1. ' . " , r".
The animal swayed a few times and
then keeled over. William Jackson
icoiorca) was tne aiivei.
'HfTali of the citv with the same tid.-I-
BACK TO IOWA MOVEMENTl
Itavcnport P.cal F.-tate Men Inatigiir.
ate Novel Campaign.
, . ... .,.,
A number cf Ilavenp .rt real eh. at.
men have Started a "back to lovva
imoveme.it. It is directed toward Iowa
'farmers who have emigrated to bo -
1 years. The movement is not altogoth- j
;'i pair-o.:-. ..r, 10
! claim thv have discovered a desire
I . land: 1. the utiuc r-lKiicu. fuumil tnyseir
! among absent onf s to return to agri-' a candidate for .mmisioner. ut
jcultural condition, to wheih they ar- j J-t -JM- .PPr.;vl -f .he primary to
I accustomed and among which they , fitted. 1 will look after the ciiy'i af
- .nade their money.
D I rl U X kin ATTAPIO Tllfl
i D.H.fv nHHU HI IHUIVJ lVW
Baker and Liquor Dealer at PunvMi- ! To the Voters of Kock Island: I h.re
,,.,,,. Mmv llie bv announce myselt us h uididalc t"r
tavvnej, la-, Jlaj Hi . commis-h ner at the i.oim.... ting prl-
PlinXStltawney. Pa., Feb. 7. Mem- miry. l eb . I was born in Kock Is
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l1,MS or 1,11,11 i lauu so. i-i jm . -
, t heir injuries, v o.sreu r. c. ,.ti, re.
cd a letter demanding $5'i". Manning
1 had also received a black hand letter.
F PCHFRMrN S I II. K tllvl ll.K
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ZTt.i .Men Swept to ea iicii.m'
Board K"ctie s'W.
Viborg, Finland. Feb. 7. Two
vessels went to tne
rescue of the
Usherrnen wno on r r ciay were swep
out to sea on an ice flue in a gal".
! yesterday found tbe floe stranded
near the island of Seitskar. The fisb-
' e rmen . who numbered 27,?,. were in
no daneer and refused to be taken
Kennedy Will Probated.
The will of the lite David J. Ken -
.u. i o-.tr.,l tr. r...
neuj oi inn uo ,. o. ....... ... f
'bate todav bv Judge B. S. Bell. In
the ins'rumenr, which was drawn and
rtateti July 1, lVtu.i, tne wiaon, .-irs.
Chief of Police Convicted.
- . , . ... - ...mi
-Mlinri" inu., run. .. who v wuairi-
gr rfciftf of ,he Muntie polk.e forc-,
... a u... ..,
jn a gajmbllng room in connection
. . vi. r'nr H -oeu-i.--i.it
a fie of S1r, and costs
-ou in- --".
Red Blood for Pale
A Mz jj ly Of r. t.loo.I . orpuBcieu
in what helps to make ar,v rnn or wo-
man have a healthy, plrk .-OTipinion .
nd cherry red n pn. K-.n to i,mi r,i
ri.wdir ar totally uunniH,iry. ai.d I,.-
fides that, are harmf-jl. I iir-e.Krai: ;
I T"" "!ML1-a.re ' W'."'.' ruul.r! ,
reU, added numi-r of million of it- l
red and white rorp i?lf? r.f the ,lo.,.1. j
no n,,v .jn i y imprni'i. ine coior. nit an.l i
increaaed f!r to the thin and fr ill j
,body. Thee tableta prom'.te jjntniU-
'.fjl'nl!d a1' x" nature a for -ea trana-
forma the complexion and figure. Thev ;
or(. prescribed by phylcana hut bejri!
Jfec,.y ri,ar,t t-r . aeii - j
H--itnsr,v. wno obtain them direct frm
I well-atocked apothecary ahop.
we 1 1 - t oc k A unntharr h r r. '.
T aifiM b-d-che- n-rU.H1.9l
pains instantly relieved.
perfectly raised, wholesome
For producing food of most delicious flavor and perfect
lightness and wholesomeness, there is no baking powder
in the world to equal Rumford it
Makes JSigesf-Me Food!!
To the -itlens of Kock IUtid: I
announce myself kk u candidate for
; ror.imi..-i..ner. subject to your approval
OURIN S. HOLT.
To thi Citizens of Itork Inland: I
! .aMn:,m' em ".,,i,",".y ,f,,:,'-!t,r
I ouiof or rn;ivor.
i r th- voters at the- .nmari- to ! tiM
I HIIH-r Ml major. MUlljec. I., m-
Ktb. 2S. 11. M. St. 11111V r.14.
To the Vnt. ds of Roi k Island: I !-
sirp to r sp- t fully announce my -anii-
im-v for the nomination tor mayor at
: tiur primaries lo b- hHil F-l. !.
j.jh.n k. scott.
To the Voters of rwit island- 1 h.-r-
I by announce myself an a cumiiaate tor
I my?Kehn 7s. at tht no,ni,,aUnB pri -
j 719 T w Jn?y-f h iritreet13 S01-A3klL
". n. I'liamlicilin for Mayor. Tim uii-
. , . '"" ' r , " ".- ""tli. m which vo-4 ..iy Wall street muh
.mayo,- 01 t he ,1 1 y of Uo.k l-'.ui.l und-r . ,h ,.,,,.!..,, f ,,. rlty an.,,
, he c.mm.ss.on fo, ni ifovernment. .H ..,.,,,, avi ,,.;, , .,.,,, ,. m.,v
the primary el. ' Uon I- eh 2 v lf, n f ,., villJ hilvo tHxr
, . . It. MAMM.UI.1.N. , p,,v. , , fln) m
1 i ferietice I Wo-lM !. . ilp.llite .f it Al )f
I To the Voters: I ileMie to announce to LrinK ute'ut the iiIl.nc i omti Imv
myself as a candidate for the ..rtlce of OHi'Alt K. AI'l't.K.
I mayor, s.ihject to the primary .lection; Candidate f.ir 'ommi'o.ioner
to i-e held i-"eh. 2. If ri nl l-y elec-
I tion. I will endeavor to n've: iiu admin
istration worthy of Ihe conndeiice of
! the citizens of Kock Island
li. C. 11 ART.
I s:t4 I'weuty-foiil I h si reel
To the Voters of Kock 1-da.nd. I 'vill, - -
be a candidate for nominal mh as cMii-:nrp "irn iiu r-r Tr uirn
."' : " ' . " ' " - - ' - w
mi..-..t. u t ,.. ,...r....,-v in oivini r i .-si ii i rui 1 1 r- ill UJ r 1 1
t-1 n. i;5. 1 am now servinK a uihci hi
(chief of the Ruck Island tire depart-
I mrnt. ami hu.ve been identiiied with the
dcnai t rnent 14 v. ars. 1 have been u tax-
i navcr manv vems and have mv home m I
sjh -rdi I-JSTEK rKKY.
33 ssevenili avenue.
t,. .i,n vnter of tt.i.k island 1 here.
by .inno-in. e mys. ir
ndidaie t or
commissioner r the city ..r Ho. k is-iwnrd Froe'.el a menbant of Sutitrv
! 't;:,!;",11 tiville. He met' her at Ken,, . hree day.
i -rt and ie,l. 1 will .i..k alter the
, o Xtnrr9 of R (( k Is! n1: . he
1 by announce myself u candidate for com-
iriissii mi- under the n w mrm of ituv-
,.ri,mt.,lt- subject to the pnmuibs of
, Feb. -V with the assurance to Ihe piib-
' ive them a ?ood and economic novern-
60S Kiglitveutli utrcet.
To the Voters of the City of Rock I-
fairs with tne fdiii' Interest as 1 would
mv own business or private affairs.
TrustiiiK thai 1 will receive your sup-
iwrt. I am. yuum very truly.
hOUlb C. PI'OH.
iFor the past it; y.ars I have be.-,, in
land anu navr rrMu-'ii un my lit.-.
; - A. J.-UDiSS.
To the Voters or u-k lhu.d. in the
; a n ri mi ncemen t of my cjii.did;.' for com
missioner, and to as, ire oii tiiat I am
' absolutely mi, .re in m id-as ,,n
-j i.. i ii .j I 1. 1 . v ir . ,r
erntnfiit. I .1. .-lr- ' . ad. I I have i .ken
oath I,' fore Jiide ii;rnll. that.
in the i-M lit .f Iiu .'! ''i.'f ,
,n.,uld 1 f:.n . m..t in.- expect , -.i,,,.-
wiiat Mi'i ini on.-in um
i ..i : . . i . ..... I ... t . ....,
m . . j r, .
of thoxe who elect m-. I W.il les'Kll af-
1 tcr nrsr car wniiour hi. v re.-.ut. i
am .-iiixloim to ferve
a't'-r the salary, an
II. e citv. am not
d i.m wiIIihk '
i . . . . .I...:;! .. , .... ,... , ''.'
i.iii have io.me ..r his hKhtln j u.i , : !
just the '"f"'' . , ,., v. ,. .....
.t'.oN NAI'Ul.l ON liol I'.II..M
To the f ,lS of It... It I,la; d I
wi:-oi to ar.riou... t iat I am a candidate
ni'.ijt. I to llie primaries
h .. 1 arn let an x-
.iny 'ieu.l'l. .lid 111 11. e
ai.i i t. oft r. tor mayor. m.a.il
I ev rt that
1 mow t;iv..m:n, t.t mail .nl..or
to funic r the l,..-! i..tere.i of ail our
i ,It (-,.,,. morally, llnan.-iaMy a-.d pro
Krej.-.v.--.-. 1 am ...ndurtn.K a hu.-,
ful lcii..ci and arn conn. lent that I
. an wru- me ,.o.ie ..r ito. k i.i:r.j
,,,., Mi.- !U,,i efli. i nt i . bojimiuik u-
ihaui.ks M. HuI'I.kks.
I l2C Kouri.i ami ,..
Ta I r.. "..ft- nf tin t'itL t.
., , .... , ... . ,,,t ,,i.n,.
many V.n-is ti,r , ...
have d. n..i ainc.i.. .- nr.-
.. i-ltv, 1
' '"' ri"n.ni-i"i.' r. "'"'j" 1 '" ' al'-
pi o a 1 at lh- j,iimr lo he 1." Id Kei.
Iriniar lo 1," ) hen.
- 1 nr.ve r... ri ;i ic.io. ii. anu it..., i
. i .
of tie city ,.f K -.. .: 1 :a.id for over
viam. If .-I.-' I. (I to ml i.oliji.n. I
j.l.-de mv.s. H ;.. con.i .. I ll;e alf tr. of
in.-, ity in i tel. -i. i.rixlit and leni-
neHK-iiKe ri.Mi.ii r. i iik ihv ritlre Mine
t.,e ir'twirern.y.i..! v"j,'K,.,JV('rK.f'-
I ' Pvnteentli Hrn i t.
To Ihe fltlzen- of Ho. k Inland: I
have d etdej to bc-.imi! a .and. lite fori
cornriil-icr.er t.&Tof li.e urlnix I ti, ot ,
r.eld and d lr e to -reiia nuy'
rat:t.!- : t.e kind ind KHif-nm
l.. a my frif nds have alxn-
ed my p.it..... w. id, nave been .r-,
. i:Uted i i rr..- wha.!. I bave bhd --
,eri-nre in i.i.i.ii. ffaira in the off..
,f s,.,,r 1 thii.k l.-ve ,,r.,v.n wr- '
a- t . aer-wr. a r la e or. ihe ballot ioi-
lowlr.ir tne t.rimariea. r.d arn elected
..ne or tlie .-ornmia-.ioriera of .."K la
land under U.e new avut-m. I will ilve
the people the b-at that ! In in In
duty. loun truly.
JACK C. AL"L,lJ.
Tn lh,. Vot.rs . the ,... ( K,k .
'land: I beliee in fn.ir.l. ipal ownerai.it.
' ' ' P1
CUbllr. litifitleu. I ttelleve In I f.e
j city d'.irid nil lit own runtrini work. I
r.ei.eve r.etter wora and material can be
81 e cot to trie r IV lilrl vo.i
ever nor, to flajure that if you were pall ;
tor in iri.-ifiiiifn ivoi have Riven awav 1
without iny corptniijn what Uaill
You Ever Afie
and delicious if you will use
Baking Powders No Alam
There is nothing more frightful
i In a hannv home than to have on
1 or "S members instantly seized W!tn
a dreadful attack of epilepsy or fits.
The many grateful letters from such
homes, after !he use of Kosine. th
I remarknl.lo remedy for tin dread
, ,;,., ... ... , 1 ,,.!,.
ailment, test fy to th
I . l. UJ I
of the preparation.
It is a meritorious article and I
arM .n . u rn ,. i nl-m tiot .!.
. . .
serves your commence. 1 ne pruo
ti -.in 1.,, r f 11 nl..il liv The llnr-
r . . . . ., .
P"r '"" Pharmacy if not fully phi-
1 inea bikt using a not tie. , .Man or-
' tiers filled ny the KOhlne ronipunv,
l Washington. I). C.. or The Harper
.-. . a
. , .-n1..u. 1. . . L. I t . .- a ,.n
To the Voters I hereby anno'ince
myself an candidate for the nominal Inn
; of commlaaloner at the firima M' 1.
t I I I I, V l!'KNTi:i(
. w w . ,w ....www .w .
i .. , .,
'.Mr. Fannie Key. Molitie. Answers
After traveling "on approval" In an
swer to a "want ad", for a vff, Mn.
iFannio Kel'ev of Molina vcsicnlm at
1 r B""10 rvei.ey or vioiine sit Mia:, at
I Susan vllle, Cnl , was married fo Ed-
ago. and she met with bis approval.
While en route to the trt,ng place
Mrs. Kelley lost Lor valuable iu a
Shovel Snow; Die.
Monmouth. 111.. Feb. 7. W. p. Mil
ler, former member of the hoa.nl of
dropped den.? in front of
' bis home at Berwick ytstenljy whlln
Kills Self by Accident.
Mount Pleasant, low a. rVI. 7. .Tame
Brown of Ottawa, 111, wh wa.-t visit
ing In this city, accidentally shot and
killed himself while hunting yesterday
near Mount PleH:int.
l'roin the I'vpcrlen.e of Itnck I-lainl
We are fottun ttu Imbed to be able
, to r(,nt ,y ti..- expei lence of our
' t liousan.ls of our road. -In. K.'ad litis
statement. No better j.ronf can o
Mls Hilda W. ()l-on, II') Nli.tli
II. k I.I. tail
11! . k.i.v i : "I ii
caused inucii niiM-iy ny i uiiik .'uri.nt
Iuv kidD'-s J.n.I In V i' i k wan ft
" ' ,
weak. After I.e. rig on .ov fe t f.,r
any !el;th of till.1 Of il'ITIK ft II y
I 1 "" - e ,
! olli;'ei . t,!i l n and r." t I loan n
....ii.:.... f t..t ...t 1 1 ...I ..... .... ,i
Kidney l-Uh wr.. s-
Ult'llded fliit I procured a b at llio
Ilarp. r HouHe I'hai ina-y and begfin
..... . . , , .
taking them. Tbe firm ft w dicn
gave In.- relt. f .fid Hf.er h.id lie 1
three bo-H of I h .H remedy, my r.n-
dititm was b'tt.-r In every way. I
consider Hoan'H Kidney M!.s an e-
ll.... ......... rul 'r..l I ..... 1 . I . . .
1-aUhOd by vve.k kidneys.
For f.ale by all deal rr. Vr'.v f.O
cents. i iimi i -..iihui n i.u . i.uiiiiio.
vftw Vork. Mile a'-tifH for tbe I liitud
R.m.mh.r the Do,n-
j . , ,
:aD" aK n ' " " r-
" mm k l - '
TO I. KM)
T) AN Y EMPLOYED MAN Oft WO
MAN. NO ?KCI HITV Sl-r.fil.-fi
V,.ll I I I1I. I ll K , II
iw. ...y.... ........ ...... ..
CA f I.
ANU HE CONVINCED.
! CITIZENS LOAN COMPANY
. ., -
w. inn.nr i .
i !toim , MrKinnle 111.1k. Moliiie, III.
I . .
L1TIEN & ROBERTS
TRI-CITY RALWAY AND
STOCKS AND BONDS
Peoples National Bank BIdg.
I'houc Went l3.