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THE ROCK ISL'AXD ARGUS. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 23. 1911.
T0 PAY EXPENSES
Union Electric Telephone Own
ers Decide to Stand Cost
of Special Election.
REGARDLESS OF OUTCOME
First Offer Wu Conditional Upon the
Vote Barns Bm Check to
Regardless of the outcome of the
election concerning the granting of
the ordinance allowing them to dis
pose of their plant In Rock Island
to the Central Union Telephone com
pany, the Union Electric Telephone
and Telegraph company will pay the
expenses of the election, according
to word received today by E. J.
Burns, local manager of the com
pany. Two weeks ago, the owners of
the company sent a check to Mr.
Burns to be deposited with the city
in the event of the calling of the elec
tion and to be used for paying the
expenses of the eiection in event the
franchise be not granted. In event
of winning, the company expected
that the city would pay for the elec
tion out of the $5,000 which is to be
paid to the city when the ordinance
goes into effect.
OBJECT TO (OM)ITIO.
The condition placed on the pay
ment of the amount met wiih opposi
tion by members of the council. At
the meeting last Monday, further
time was granted to the romjaay to
reconsider th offer to pay for the
election. Under the law, the com
pany is not obliged to pay for th
election any more than any other
company whose ordinance is submit
ted to a vote of the peoi !e. Th pro
pie by a referend Jin petition. cal.l
the election. The other election in
regard to the Tri-City Home Auto
matic Telephone company was called
on an initiative petit'on. The Union
Electric company will pay the ex
pense of botii election0, as both prop
( sit ions w ill be submitted at on
TO C'OMK I P MOMHY.
Monday morninc. the couneil w'll
take up the t. lpjihnr Meet inn propo
sition and undoi:!itdly p tin, will ho
let fo.- the "leyfion. In additkn to
laying the expert" or th" pif tif:i,
o'-intarily. th coripnnv is t.p pr.v to
the ejty S.'.ofH) winn th or!!n:;Te
jroos into c!Te; t.
TO STOP OVER HERE
.WtprJ Avi.Ttor in Hearst Cro'-s tHLi
n nl IW-tntiml-. n ViIi
t V r.Hifl f l i n.
Mcvor ihvry M. V i -r v
letter rPterO'.y ; rrt. H ir' (
driver cf a i!:.ii;'i.:iii; in th
lr,iiiM"ir!in,r,taI nirv-f. Ovj? :
leae Xw Yf r';. S'-t. f.'i
rif;e cr; Ft. In hi.-j lett -r he
):e wouid toj in K" k i
rah rcri! Mention. Twe ir.
been t::Iven tip with the ICct
i lub. The M?t".ine v h rh
iirives. is m'-; h ii!:' r M:?
Vised by other rotite-ta:if :i!
sibly will n.a!..' better timt-.
. !:. 1 1 i .
Mrs. W. K. Lyons cf I'rcf ku.iyvi";.
Pa., while on u vim here v.tfrda.
r-eived Intelligence of f'f fic:r!i ot
l:r h!i"b;i;d. W. E. Uyons at h!.- home.
She. fos, tin r with ber siste". Mrs.
A. Smith ar, Mr. anil, Mr?. .1. A. lw -.
has returned tn her home Th-y
bring th renmin to this cit it r b -la!.
Dii t ased was l"2 years cM sn l
was fcrntvrly a rps'.tb tit of thi.j city
fnr a short time, ditriim which !ie w.is
employed hy the RoeK Island roi'i. T!.-
f'ineral wili bo from t':e ?n:h resi
lerce. ."i? Thirtieth ftrot. Mi. I. ::
v.hs a memlKT of the Ma-6;'i.- order
ant? his funeral will be und'-r the ui
icfion of that society.
f AIIHIi: Dllll l II I..
Tiic remains tht- late .Mrs. C'arri:
Don't Judge Your
1911 Coal Expense by
Last Year's Bills
Get out ail your last year's ccal
bills and notice you spent consider
able ir.tr.ey for toal. That is. unless
you bought it here your expenses
will be less this year if you take ad-ar.;u-;e
of the present price. F.cd
out now jut how much you will save
iiy fc?ttins our estimate. It's a good
thinp to Know.
Rockwell Ice & Fuel
Old phone otfl. Xev phnc 5171.
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Yesterday marked the close of the
Jewish religious New Tear, today be
ing the dawn of another period of 3C5
days. There were services last eve
ning and this, morning at Temple
Emanuel conducted by Rabbi Ixiwen
Etein, who succeeded Rabbi Fineshrib
er. All the Jews of the tri-cities will
observe the day after the prescribed
manner. The secular New Year of the
Jews falls shortly after the Christian
Driffill, who died as a result of burns
sustained at her home in Shatter. Tex ,
Thursday morning, will arrive in De
Witt, Iowa, Sunday morning. The fun-f-rcl
will be held at the home of Mrs.
J. I?. Webb, a sisier of the deceased.
Mrs. Drift! 11 was the postmistress jn
Miaftfr. v.-hich is a liule mining camp
and has boon there for the pi.st 15
joars. Although the details of th?
'rapody are lacking, it is understood
iliat Mrs. DrifTUi was liphiing a match,
v. hen a sp;rk i'.c w back onto hr
!othes. is; tin? them. Although not
burned seriously, it 13 the supposition ;
that ."-h" inhaled the fames, and that
this wiis the cause of death, raher j
than any extrrnal burns. Her maiden
ranio was C;.r:ie West. She was born
i;; IieWitt ia 1Z. ar;d had lived in ;
Hoc k Islpj.d six or sevf a years subse-j
f;ueni to taking tip v.- r residence m
Trap. .-"!;? ir r.urvlve.l ! y her li ts
band. Urcd DrlfHl!. r.rd a sistrr-iu-law.
Mrs. .1. I!. 'Vf!:'n, cf PeV.'itt. Funeral
-ncnicrcin:;? ha.? i.ot iccn made as
' f t.
;i '" l.a..e CJrn
I,. A. S':bTV-idt lft t'day fcr a
cc:;s' visit in v tuc.ao.
H. It. V"ir.;.;;'er. ha.- r-:.t-;n- l o the
';. :fr r f:: :r !;:?' irin tro-i-th
mt :):: a i.e'iit., in the Vcrc.
V". A. l-eiiaefl'cr, w:i) ha.? h'-rn in
("lii ;; o on bFit'crs f r r the p-i. t f -w
ui y. re":ner tht nvnrias.
Mr? J.o-j'p "eekf -! vn-1 crendson,
l::c !:;r; Wecl.r I, - tonfjsht for a
v.th rcicri-.os ::i Kmsa.; City,
ll'i'am Net":: U!t today for a sev-
'vitii r---;r:rivcs at
Vr... atid Waihini;-
Mr. and ?trs.
; M;s. S
for !.ae j.-:fcr
H. -I. r :!!' rtoi: ar-,1 Mr.
!'('(,"! I? !?jv today
Mi.tfi., nr. a fif Mns:
N::rl.-s S"fic and Jlr.. Liz
r.:e I'ratiif r left I'.i.ay for 'nie8.ro fur
a t : iv ;!(.;' visit wstii reiativt s and
Cly !.- (. liiet.ard-. 2 I'owrth
aer-ue. i ns been reinovt-d to S. An
t '.ii; , s hoFpital as the m-s -it of a sf-r-iii:;s
:.M';e k cf iy; ho:.) feier.
dry '.ultT.;-. t -1 of.i.ai.icd by his
v:f ' ar.d eliiuireb frem uror.i, cr
Tivt'ii j j s t n'.ij'at M tiie home of his
f.-t'.er. a. j. l.ukcns, ;:7U Tvca
fiett; si lee!, for a le.v k:ys' isit.
S. U Fuller. .!.-.. cf Chicago, visited
iiis old friend and classmate. Rev.
iianville H. ih.?rwco.l today. Mr. Ful
ler is the author of three popular
hook. of ffhi'cl boys- sto-':-s. tlie best
Known f Ahiri: is "Xjrman Jainard"
written tinder a non de pbtme. His
latest production is entitled, "Winning
the .l;:ii;,r Cup."
Mrs. K. Case and son. Cl aries,
who have b-en spending the summer
in Ef.rope istt;r.j: Mrs. Case's par
ents, arrived in New York Tuesday,
Sept. 19. on the President Lincoln,
UUUt 1 . J"' Uul t g It-J.Aiclli. .11.' HI
I rived in this c'ty Thursday evenini
' snd are pending a few days will
from Han;bure. Germany. Thev ar-
' Captain and Mrs. John O'Connor,
'HIT Fourth avenue, before taking
up their residence at 93 0 Seventeenth
Wcuid Close Markets Sunday.
Actir-fc in accord with the meat cut
ters' union, the Tri-City Federation cf
i Ijitor has voted to petition the butch-
ers cf the twin-cities to remain closed
'on Sundays. Steps toward securing a
; cay market wore furthered and at the
! cext meeting a committee will be ap
' pcinted to handle the matter. A reso
lution from the federation is now In
the hands cf the city commission.
Ddeatcs from the machinists unions
of Klinola held a meeting at the local
' hall and passed a re&olutmn which will
be presented to legislators asking' that
' there be drafted and passed a law pro
viding fcr the payment at leest seml
; monthly, cf machinists in the employ
' of corporations. The federation en
' dorsed tie action. Treasurer W." H.
Bunch of Moiine. resigned because of
removal to another city and A. Wood
j cf Rock Island was elected to suc
i ceed him.
ATTEMPTS TO RUN
OVER STREET CAR
Fay Nichols, Out on Joy Bide,
Fails to Steer Clear of Big
IN COLLISION WITH IT
Motormjui Had Stopped. Howwer,
and Beyond Slight Injuries to
"Rig, No Damage Done.
ObllTicm to all things, apparently,
except his own progress la a Joy ride
In a rig owned by the Mnrrin llyery.
Fay Nichols last night, came close to
running over one of the large pay-aa-you-enter
cars on the Tri-City Railway
company lines. It was not his fault
that he did not succeed, but rather
because of the fact that the buggy was
a little to light to buck up against the
heavier vehicle. Early last evening,
Harley Chaney hired the rig and later
allowed Nichols to use it.
. R1C IS OV F-RTrRXED.
Nichols traveled east and on the
return ride, followed the east bound
track of the railway company. Arriv
ing at Twenty-seventh street and Fifth
avenue, he found a car in his path. De
spite the incessant and loud clanking
of the gong by the motorman, Nichols
drove on. The car came to a stop.
Nichol3 still drove on. The horse
must have decided at the last minute,
not to run into the car, for within a few
feet of it, it turned from the tracks.
The fore part of the buggy ran across
the car fender. The jolt overturned
i the rig, threw Nichols out, and twist
; ed everything out of 6hape. Carmen
1 ran to see if the driver was hurt. He
) was uninjured. The buggy was right
jed, and but for a few twists and
I scratchee, was unscathed. Nichol3
continued on h'.s journey, avoiding the
car tracks and finally arrived safely
1 at his destination.
BY SPECIAL TESTS
Examination Will He Made of City
Water After It Ieaves the
. Within a few days. .L. I. Birdsali,
superintendent cf nitration, will col
: !ect samples of watr from hydrant3
ani hcufea near "dead ends'' and will
rri .l e a eysfemutie survey of the city
, v,u-cr supplj. He win test oirh sam
1 pie of water and compare it with the
i water which is tesfd as it leaves th
iilter plant. Te?ts throtigh the sum
mer of the filtered v?u r have shown
tli.r the water is pra; tically free from
typhoid fever perms and cerms of any
other nature and that the plant is do
; nz the work according to what was
' p;:arantce !.. The mains have been
"iir.'icd ccnsHerab!;.-, and though there
r..2y bo a li'tic- seditnont in some of
thtm, still, the c;ty bacteriologist ex
perts 10 r.nd that the samples will
(chir-are i'avcrntily v.ith these taken at
th' filter plant.
Thonsh within the last few years, an
effort h.as !ee:i made to connect all
the "dead . ends' there are still some
:.-, or 40 in the city. As ouickly cs
pc.-fihle, the remainder will be con
nected. WOMAN WALKS OFF
OF MOVING TRAIN
Alight Without Injury, Though Kate
of S-n1 Was Mijes Hap
M.ns in Moiine.
Stepping from a train that was
moving at a rate of 20 miles an hour,
without even disarranging her hat,
much less sustaining injury, was the
experience of .Visa Shollharamer of
Ceneseo, who with her mother was
a passenger on the Rock Island train,
arriving in Moiine at 7 o'clock in the
evening. Iast evening as this par
ticular train reached Twenty-third
street. Moiine, the porter opened the
vestibule door and thinking that she
was going by her station, the wo
man stepped from the train.
The crew stopped the train and
went back to where the woman had
gotten off. She was standing on the
sidewalk, the center of an awestrick
en group that had picked her up, ex
pecting to find her dead. She step
ped on the train and completed the
trip to the Moiine station. Her
mother, who saw her alight, became
Today both of them are suffering
from nervous shock. They are visit
ing In the home of Mrs. Elizabeth
Stein in Moiine.
ROCK ISLAND MUSICAL CLUB.
THE REGULAR BOARD MEET
ing of the Rock Island Musical clu!
was held yesterday afternoon at the
home of the president, Mrs. Fred
! Reimers. The flret program of the
j season will be given Tuesday after-
noon, Oct. 3, at the New Harper. Ses
j sions will be held the same as last
j year in the banquet room. A request
j program will be given at this time,
j The following committee on associate
members was elected. Miss Mae Cu!
ton, chairman; Mrs. H. E. Van Do
zer, Mrs. Lois Hubbard, Mrs. Jo-?
Goldsmith, Miss Elsa Simon, MI33
Cora Gaetjer and Mrs. Ralph Mc
Manus. The members of this com
mittee are to secure new associate
members and also to renew the mem
bership of last year's members as
soon as possible to avoid confusion at
the meeting of Oct. 3. An examining
board was also named, which will
meet Immediately after the program
to be held at the First M. E. church,
Oct. 17. All active applications for
active membership are to be sent to
Mrs. J. R. Tuckis, 1201 Fonrteentb-and-a-half
street. It was decided to
engage an artist and give a compli
mentary program before Christmas.
PH1UEATHEA CLASS MEETS.
THE PHTT.F.ATHEA CLASS OF
the Spencer Memorial Christian
church met last evening at the home
of Miss Grace Anderson in South Rock
Island. After the business hour, a so
cial hour followed and refreshments
were served. The class have decided
to hold open the date Oct. 14, as they
have-special- plana on foot for that
MESS GRACE EWING OF MO
line, a former kindergarten teacher
In. the Molina public schools, was
married today at 12:30 at the par
sonage of the F"Irst Baptist church of
this city, to Clyde G. Phelps of Caro,
Mich. Dr. H. "W. Reed, pastor of the
church, performed the ceremony. Mr.
and Mrs. Phelps will reside in Pe
loria, where the groom is employed
as cost accountant at the Holt Cata
pnlter Manufacturing company, man
ufacturers of traction engines.
AT AUGUST ANA
That three of the largest Luther
an bodies in the United States, the
general council, the general synod
and the United Synod of the South,
may soon unite into one grand body
is the statement made by A. G. An
derson, manager of the Augustana
Book concern, who has just returned
from the general council meeting
which was held In Lancaster, Pa. He
bases this statement on the fact that
these bodies are getting closer and
closer together each year and that
they are now working together on a
common English hymnal for use at
their services, a very significant fact.
The Augustana synod is a part of the
general council. The three organ
izations united would have a total
communicant membership of 813,000
exceeding the Missouri Lutheran
synod by 50,000, which body is at
present the largest Lutheran organ
ization in America, having a com
municant membership of "66,000. Dr.
C. E. Lindberg and Dr. G. A. Andreen
were elected members of the board
of education of the seneral council.
Dr. L. G. Abrahamson was chosen a3
the Swedish recording 'secretary of
the council. Thofee iti attendance at
the church meeting besides Mf An
derson were Dr. L. (. Abrahamson
and Dr. C. tV. Fops.
BOY IS CAUGHT CLINTON
K'Wvnrd ThacVcr. Who l'-rapod l-'rnm
St. t'haidex Sclio.il, KstrrcsUMl. j
Hdward Thaeker of Chicago, who
escaped from Ft. Charles school for:
hoys a few weeks neo, was arrested j
yesterday at Clinton, Iowa, and U;rne-.! j
over to Charles Virden of the state!
board of administration hy Clinton nfli-j
cers. He was brought to Rook Island '
last even r, z and i1is morning a Ohica-1
go officer arrived to take the boy hack
to the school.
GoMege Is Fined.
J. H. Gollese, who broke Into the
home of Mrs. Swader, East Moiine,
Monday morninsr in an attempt to steal
his own boy. was hrought ino the
county court and given a hearing he
fore Judge Olmsted. He was charged
with malicious mischief and disorderly
conduct. The first charge was dismiss
ed on recommendation of State's At
torney Magill. and on the latter charge
he was fined $10 and costs. The ha
beas corpus proceedings by which he
hopes to retain possession of hi3 son
are now under advisement in the cir
The school savings for the second
week of the term were turned over to
day to the State bank, the total from
the city being $145.06. The different
schools turned in amounts as follows:
Eugene Field IS. 72
Horace Mann 21. 3')
Drunk Is Fined.
Fred Becker was fined $1 and costa;
this morning for drunkenness in the
court of Police Magistrate C. J. Smith. !
Fractured Left Leg.
Chris J. Schroeder, 72 0 Fifth street1
fell to the pavement while walking!
in front of the West End Settlement j
building Thursday and his left leg
hair dressing and facial
massage, our specialties.
We also bay combings and
Hours 9 a. m. to 6 p. m.
Evening hours by appoint
ment. Open "Wednesday
and Saturday evenings
until 9 p. m.
Phone West 987.
Boom 404 Safety Bldg.
BUILDS A PLANE
Harold W. Jensen, 16 Years
Old, Gives Flying Device
Its Fuvst Tryout.
NOT QUITE SATISFACTORY
Starts at Top of Will bnt In Unable
to Attain Enough Speed to
Harold W. Jensen, 803 Twenty
first street, a 16-year-old lad, has
been busy for a month or two past
experimenting with a monoplane
glider which he gave a tryout last
night but which did not prove entire
ly satisfactory. There is no propell
ing power to the craft, the youthful
Inventor's plan being to use it in fly
ing from heights until such time as
he is able to install an engine. Last
evening he attempted a glide down
Twenty-first street, starting at the
top of the hill, but he was unable to
attain a speed which would enable
his machine to lift him clear of the
ground. It flies very readily, bow
ever, with less weight to restrain it
and the Inventor is not discouraged
because of his temporary failure.
IS BOLTED TOGETHER.
The machine is about 14 feet from
tip to tip and is equipped with two
planes in true monoplane style, the
one being at the front of the machine
and the other at the rear. All parts
of the device are held together with
bolts, not a screw or nail being used.
The smaller plane at the rear Is used
as steering apparatus. At the base
of the plane a set of wheels permits
the rapid transit of the machine be
fore it goes into the air.
THREE APPEAR AND
Iloiids Are Posted by Al Hunter and
Leonard Seitz and by George
Leonard Seitz and Al Hunter,
charged with malicious mischief as
the result of their escape several
months ago at which time it is al
leged they and two girls broke into
a deserted bungalow on Rock river
and spent a day and a night there,
appeared in the county court this
morning and gave bond in the sum
of J.'.iiO each. One of the girls who
was in the party is now at a state
(j-ainnig school and the cither faces a
prospect of going there.
(Jeorge Gorman held on the charge
of assault with a deadly weapon as
a result of his nistol duel with John
Gaiiieft in Moiine some time back,
eave bonds amounting to $.r.rto this
morning and secured his freedom for
the time being. Hoth principals are
colored. Similar charges are lodged
against Garnett, who was wounded in
SET A RECORD IN
In the present issue of the Modern
Woodman, the official paper of the
society of similar name, which is just
now coming off the press, a new rec
ord for advert isinc has been 6et and
this' despite the fact that it is the
second issue to be printed since the
recent ruling of the postoffice depart
ment allowing the publishing of ad
vertising. The net amount Is $7,
2"4.20, which is about 15 per cent
less than the gross amount.
Oct. 2, Kditor F. O. Van Galder
and General Attorney Tt. D. Smith
will confer in Washington with the
postmaster general for the purpose of
settling all details of the plan where
by the paper was again permitted to
run advertising. ,
' Grand Jury Adjourns.
This morning the grand jury ad
journed until Monday afternoon at 2
o'clock, no report or partial report
having been made to Judge Gest. It
is now expected that it will be Tues
day or Wednesday or even later be
fore any true bills are returned.
Wins Nice Prize.
The degree team of Manufactur
ers' lodge of Odd Fellows of Moiine
carried off second honors in the com
petitive drills at the Odd Fellow con
vention at Indianapolis yesterday
The prize includes $200 In cash.
Licensed to Wed.
Clyde J. Phelps Caro, Mich.
Miss Grace Ewing Moiine
Kelson C. Abel Rock Island
Miss Charlotte G. Klsner Rock Island
Herman E. Johnson Moiine
Miss Hannah Peterson Moiine
Ask Aid cf Public.
Captain and Mrs. P. J. Strickland. In
j charge of the Salvation army corps in
j Davenport, announce that they are
1 prepared to give lodging to men not
able to pay for it, but they are yet in
i need of blankets, quilts and mattres.-)-i
es to do so. Beds have already been
j donated and the army officers solicit
: the articles above named in order to
j carry out their program. Anyone hav
i Ing tfcem to dispose of may telephone
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Rheumatism Relieved In Six Hours.
Dr. Detchon's Relief for Rheuma
tism usualy relieves severest cases
In a few hours. Its action upon the
system is remarkable and effective,
i it removes at once the cause and the
; dose greatly benefits. 76c and S1.G0.
(Sold by Otto Grotjan, 1501 Second
j Ave.. Rock Island and Gust SchegeL
j 20 "W . Second St., Davenport.
X'-X " v 1
Four-Button Novelty Sack
iay Us $25
Illinois Theatre Building
SENT TO ASYLUM
Son of Famous General Enters
an Institution in California,
WIDELY KNOWN IN WEST
Kducatcd as Lawyer, but Later Stud
ies for IViestJiood, Surprising
Chicago. Sept. 23. Rev. Thomas
Ewing Sherman, son of General Wil
liam Tecumseh Sherman, was, ac
cording to a telegram received in
Chicago committed to an insane asyl
um In San Jose, Cal., this week.
Father Sherman was a former
Chicyigoaji and was known from
coast to coast as a lecturer and
broadmlnded man of affairs. He
toured the country, speaking on eco
nomic and religious subjects and was
endeavoring at. all times in his
speeches to promote a better under
standing between Catholics and Prot
estants, both in public and private
seryks nnnxr. war.
He served during the Spanish
American war as a chaplain and at
its close remained in the army for
some time. He stirred the south sev
eral years ago to a storm of protest
when he planned to lead an army of
Tnited States troops through the
southern states following the route
his father took on his famous march
to the sea.
Agitation arose In the press and
pulpit against such a move and he
finally abandoned the plan.
Father Sherman was educated in
the University of St. Iotiig and
SHE GAVE UP
Physicians Failed To Help Mrs.
Green. Bat She Finally Found
Relief in Cartful.
Meetze. Va. Mr. J. C. Green of this
place, says: "I suffered with womanly
troubles so that I could hardly sit up.
Two of the best doctors In our town
treated me, and I tried different medi
cines, until I gave up all hope of ever
One day, I decided to try some Car
dui. It did eo much for me that I
ordered some more, and it cured me!
Today. I feel as wt-11 as I ever did in
The pains and tb! trouble are all
gone. I feel like another person In
every war. I wish every sufferer couM
know what Cardui will do for sick
A few doses of Cardul et the rlcht
time, will save many a big doctor bill,
by preventing Berious sickness.
It tones np the nervous system, and
helps make pale cheeks fresh and rosy.
Thousands of wak women have been
restored to health -and happiness by
using Cardul. Suppose you try 1L
It may be Just the medicine yoa need.
N. B Write to: U3iV AJvisory Dst.. .ttt
nooca Meiicme C.o.,Oia-an, Tern.. fir Spennl
Imtruclvmt. and 6-p.ire tx.k, "H.roie T-utami
tor wacBcn," tent in pUin wrapper, oa r4-u
BIJOU Cigar Store
162S Second Avenue.
Under the new management
What brand do you smoke? If you' want to get the full flavor of
your favorite cigar you must get it from a dealer who keeps his
cigars in the same condition as the maker intended. Lots of cigars
lose that peculiar aroma when exposed ours are always kept in
air-tight showcases and regulated by moisture to the right degree.
Try our "Cinco" cigar,
than mere material and style to be
considered in the making of depend
able clothe honest workmanship
must be there.
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Clothes we make are good enough
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Georgetown university. His father,
intended him to be a lawyer and de
veloped his education along such
In the midst of business and social
success young Sherman decided to
enter the churcn.
TAKES THE VOWS.
Without any announcement of his
plans, either to his friends or fam
ily, he took the initial vows in the
Society of Jesus.
Strong influences were brought to
bear upon him to dissuade him from
his chosen course, but It was all In
vain. He remained true to his re
solve and fixed In his determination
to devote the remainder of his llf
to the church.
The Jesuits sent him to Stony
hurst, England, for his novitiate.
His ordination took place in Detroit.
He Immediately entered upon a
long cherished plan of making
speeches for charity on subjects of
paramount interest to both the
church and the state In this country.
IV GHKAT rtEMAKn.
He was greatly In demand and
many charitable institutions his lec
tures enabled to be launched and
During the Spanish-American war
he served as chaplain of th Fourth
regiment of Missouri volunteers. Lat
er he was detached and served as
post chaplain at Snn Juan, P. It.
He was born in San Francisco Oct.
12, lSfi. He u ordained a Roman
Catholic priest in 1889.
Currency Probe Next Month.
Galeshurg, Sept. 23. Congressman
George W. Prince, ho is a member of
tji national monetary commission, re
ceived notification from Hdward H.
Vreeland that the commission will be
gin lis hearings early In Octoher. In
New .York, ancl will work west from
that poi.it, across the country, stop
ping on the way In Chicago. Congress
man Prince says that It Is purposed to
hold meetings in a number of the lead
ing cities and Invito representatives of
the bnuklng, agricultural, labor and
industrial Interests and hear suggjH.
tlons from them regarding needed
changes In the currency laws. 'It is
not the purpose to have thes meet
ings 1n any sense exclusive," aid th
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