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THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS, THURSDAY, MARCH 14, 1012.
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HUSBAND. RECENTLY HEAVILY INSURED. ACCUSES WIFE. EIGHT
YEARS HIS SENIOR OF TRYING TO SHOOT HIM WHILE HE SLEPT
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Eurene H. tirm, xiuns Atiauu. uu, contractor, lua ctanged 0l
nUnd rgrdlng ctie nuotinB rtalr at hla booie which scot him to a
hospital with hla apir.&i eora severed, partially paralyzed, and cioM to
dektb. and IjIs wife to a cell to the county JalL At first Grace thought
Ma wife m.itrit have .hot him to a dream. She ofteo had nightmare.
Now he says he filnks eht tried to murder him. and that tf ha recovers,
he will aue for a divurcc aruce tvok out ;;s,CC0 Ue tnauranc oot lour
Repela- Attack of Death.
"Five years apo two doctors told me
I bad only two years to live." Thi
startling statement was made by Still
man Green, Malachite. Colo. "They
told me I would die with consumption.
It was up to me then to try the best
lung medicine and I began to use Dr.
King's New Discover;. It was well I
did, for today I am working and be
lieve I owe my life to this great throat
and lung cure that has cheated the
grave of another victim." It's folly to
uffer with coughs, coldB or other
throat and lung troubles now. Take
the cure that's safest. I'rlce 50 cents
and $1.00. Trial bottle free at all druggists.'
church Is teacher, will Elve a St. Pat- UBI
rick's day Boclable at the church Mon
day evening, March 18. A program
has been prepared and refreshments
will be served. A amall admission fee
will be charged and the public Is invited.
SENIORS IN PROGRAM.
SEN'IORS OF AUGUSTANA WILL
entertain the Adelphlc society at a
program of nine numbers at the col
lege tomorrow night, the occasion be
ing tbe annual appearance of the 19l2's
before one of the societies at the Luth
eran school. The program will consist
of singing by the class quartet, some
vocal, piano and whistling selections
by different members of the class, a
short address and the presentation of
a short comedy. The program follows:
Bingo, 19121912 quartet.
Vocal solo Miss Martha Foss.
The Seniors Misses Signe Swend-
sen and Martha Foss.
Vocal solo C. G. Anderson.
Love's Diplomacy A comedy in one
Mrs. White (a young and -wealthy
widow) Mary il3on
Flora (her daughter)
Dr. Frank Williams (just graduated)
John Shaw (a young lawyer)
C. E. Batch
Music 1,912 quartet.
Whistling solo Miss Mary Criss
Those who compose the 1912 quar
tet are C. G. Anderson, E. A. Kall
strom, Ben Swanson and Sigfrid Blom
THE BROTHERHOOD "OF THE
United Presbyterian church at the
meeting last evening installed the fol
lowinz officers who will serve lor a
President H. T. McKown.
Vice President John Keller.
Secretary and Treasurer Fred Fel
ske. Plans were discussed for the church
men's supper to be given some time in
Airil and for the aggressive canvass
for missions and in the church. The
United Presbyterian denomination is
undertaking to raise $1,000,000 for mis
sions to save 23,000 souls - for
Christ. The members of the Brother
hood took active steps lasj night look
ing to this end. They also discussed
the cottage prayer meeting move
ment in the church and signified their
willingness to cooperate in the move
ment. Other matters of interest to the
church welfare were discussed during
HAMLIN RECITAL DATE CHANGED
GEORGE HAMLIN, THE GREAT
American tenor, will appear at the Illi
nois theatre, not Tuesday, April 9 as
previously announced, but Monday,
April 8. The change in the date has
been found necessary because of un
foreseen difficulties that stand in the
way of the first announced date. Mr.
Hamlin .comes under the auspices of
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The Flour chosen for exclusive use at The Times'
Free Cooking School Demonstration is
that Tri-City brand GOLD
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A question never arises when
the housewife bakes with this
The results are certain AL
What the Demonstrator will
accomplish with GOLDRIM
Flour at this Cooking School,
YOU can accomplish in YOUR
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Booth at the
You are cordially invited to visit our
Y. M. C. A. Building
AN ENTERTAINMENT WILL BE
given by the Queen Esther circle of
the First Methodist chruch tomorrow
evening at 8:15 at the church. Miss
Rao Rotionsteln of Moline will give a
program rf rendinps, and her numbers
will be interspersed with a clarinet
solo by Clarence Fox, vocal solos by
Miss Anna M. Simmons a:ul Miss Ruby
Lindberp, a piano solo by F. Hloomberg
nnd a violin solo by Miss Elizabeth
Chaney. After the program refresh
ments will be served in the church din
The ladies of the First Baptist
church will hold their monthly coffee
party tomorrow afternoon at- the home
of Mrs. I. J. Green, 1003 Twenty-first
street. The hostess will be assisted
by Mrs. F. W. Freeman. Mrs. William
I'llemeyer and Mrs. John Titterington.
The Sunday school class of which
Rev. H. W. Reed of the First Baptist
Ruth's band of Broadway Presbyter
ian church. Miss Sarah Montgomery
was in charge of the program for the
afternoon. Miss Kathcrine Hayes read
a paper on "The Immigration Tide,"
Miss Dorothy Lee told of "Immigrant
Communities," and Miss Rosebella
Stewart read a paper on "The Duty of
the Church to the Immigrants and the
Method of Approach." Mrs. Ralph
Haverstick gave a review of the first
chapter of the book "The Conservation
of National Ideals," which the band is
reading and studying. At the close of
the program the ladies were invited to
remain and partake of refreshments.
I. C. CLUB PARTY.
MRS. J. C. BENEDICT OF 806 ROCK
Island street. Davenport, entertained
Tuesday evening members of the I. C.
club at a card party. Cinch was play
ed at three tables, the prizes for scores
being given to Miss Irene Ryan of Dav
enport, Mrs. Eastland of this city, and
the Rock Island Musical club, and ths Mrs. Ed Dalton of Davenport took con-
morrow afternoon at the church, has
been postponed indefinitely.
The dancing party that was to
have been given by Camp 3627,
Modern Woodmen of South Rock Island,
next Saturday evening, has been post
recital will be complimentary to club
members upen the presentation of their
membership tickets, but no seats will
be reserved for this concert. The gen
eral public will be admitted upon the
payment o. an admission fee. Mr.
Hamlin has been singing with the Chi
cago Grand Opera company and he is
considered the leading tenor of the
country, and stands with David Bis
pham as the most distinguished of
American song interpreters.
RUTH'S BAND MEETING.
MRS. F. W. BAHNSEN WAS THE
hostess yesterday at her home, 723
Twentieth street, to the members of
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The Tri-City Railway and Light Company
First and Refunding Mortgage 5 Jo Gold Bonds
DATED JULY 1. 1910. DUE JULY 1, 193t
INTEREST PAYABLE JANUARY 1ST AND JULY 1ST IN NEW YORK OR MAY BE COLLECTEC
THROUGH THIS OFFICE FREE OF CHARGE.
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Optional at 105 on any interest date.
CENTRAL TRUST COMPANY OF NEW YORK, TRUSTEE.
f Application ha been made to Llat these Bonda on New York Stock Excha nge.
SECURITY OF BONDS
Theaa bonds aro secured by a Hen upon the entire property of the company, subject only to $3,333,
40 prior llena authorized $8,850,000) now outstanding.
Ths actual Cash Cost of ths Mortgaged Propsrty at the time of purchase (1906) was about $2,500,000
In excess of the bonded debt. The Sinking Fund Provision of the First Mortgage obligates the retire
ment of $250,000 of ths prior lien bonds before maturity, which will greatly Increase this equity.
Ths First and Refunding S's precede ths following securities: $2,826,200 Six Percent Cumulative
Preferred Stook; $9,000,000 Common Stock.
Ths present market valus of these Junior securitlee exceeds $7,000,000.
Dividende of percent have been paid on ths Preferred Stock without Interruption since organiza
tion of ths company.
THE GROSS REVENUE HAS INCREASED STEADILY OVER A PERIOD OF YEARS.
NET EARNINGS ARE MORE THAN DOUBLE ALL BOND INTEREST.
Vt Recommend Thess Bonds for Investment.
PRICE, fS AND INTEREST.
Steals to Buy Medicine.
Louisville, Ky.. March 14. After
serving 24 years in the railway mail
service without a blemish on his rec
ord, Arch B. Terrell, 53 years old,
confessed to secret service officers
that he had stolen a total of $13 from
registered letters to buy Christmas
presents and medicine for his son,
who has tuberculosis.
Fully nine out of every ten cases
of rheumatism is simply rheumatism
of the muscles, due to cold or damp
or chronic rheumatism, neither of
which require any Internal treat
ment. All that is needed to afford
relief is the free application of Cham
berlain's Liniment. Give it a trial.
You are certain to be pleased with
the quick relief which it affords. Sold
by all druggists.
To Properly Treat
Phone West 122
STOCK Lf BOND BROKERS
Peoples National Bank Bldtf.,
Rock Island, 111.
solation favor. Miss Ryan gave a num
ber of readings, and Mrs. Fred Manzke
of this city and Miss Myrtle Josephson
of Moline gave musical numbers. A
supper was served, the table being dec
orated In red roses and ferns. Mrs.
Fred Manzke of Twentieth street will
be the hostess at the next meeting.
U. P. LADIES ELECT.
THE WOMAN'S MISSIONARY So
ciety of the United Presbyterian
church was entertained last evening at
the home of Mrs. Martha Bogue, 1124
First avenue. The annual election of
officers was hold, resulting in the fol
lowing being chosen:
President Mrs. J. L. Vance.
Vice president Mrs. C. E. Bryan.
Secretary Mrs. Lulu Koch.
Treasurer Mrs. Margaret Sanborn.
A missionary program was given af
ter the election of officers.
HAVILAND CARD CLUB.
THE HAV1IJVND CARD CLUB MET I
yesterday afternoon with Mrs. P.
Schluetor, in South Rock Island. In
the card games the favors were won
by Mrs. E. Dierolf and Mrs. I. S. Cam
eron, first and second, respectively,
and Mrs. H. Dierolf took the consola
tion favor. The hostess was presented
with a pretty piece of haviland china.
A nice lunch was served after the
games. The club will meet next time
with Mrs. II. Dierolf.
LADIES SEW FOR HOME.
THE LADIES OF SPENCER ME
morial Methodist church spent yes
terday sewing for Bethany home.
Twenty ladies came prepared for
work in the morning and by working
Fteadily all day they finished 24 gar
ments for the children at the home.
At the noon hour a picnic lunch was
served. The ladies spend a day each
year sewing for the children and do
nate the finished articles.
POINSETTIA CLUB MEETS.
MRS. JOHN CRAMVR ENTER
tained the members of the Poinsottia
Embroidery club at her home, 714
Thirteenth avenue, yesterday after
noon. The house was decorated in
the St. Patrick's day emblems, sham
rocks, ferns, etc., and the ladies
spent the time sewing and visiting.
A nice lunch was served when they
had finished their work. Mrs. Gus i
Eng will be the next hostess.
MISS ALPHA COLE OF ANDA
lusia and Carl Marston of Buffalo Prai
rie were married this afternoon at 2
o'clock at the parsonage of Broadway
P"3sbyter!an church by Dr. W. S. Mar
s. The ceremony wag witnessed
Dy a small company of relatives. Mr.
and Mrs. Marston will go at once to
Agar. S. D.. where they will make their
home on a farm.
The meeting cf the Pastor s Aid so
Particularly where wrinkles are
long and deep, the massage devotee
is apt to rub too hard and too fre
quently," says Dt. Limoges. "This
loosens the skin, cause muscles to
sag, aggravates the wrinkled condi
tion just the opposite result from
"Better than massage, or anything
else, for the most obstinate wrinkles
as well as the finest lines, is a formu
la well known in France, which you
may readily avail yourselves of, as
you will have no difficulty procuring
the constituents from your druggists.
It is this: One ounce powdered saxo
lite dissolved in one-half pint witch
hazel. Bathe face, neck and hands
in this. The effect is really marvel
ous, not only as to wrinkles, but also
in cases of baggy cheeks and. chin.
The application is cooling, soothing,
tending to relieve fatigue and insomnia."
Now is the Time
To think of spring cleaning.
Let us do your painting and
Our work is guaranteed and
our prices reasonable.
Green & Zeitler
Painters, Paperhangers and
1117 ELKVEXTII AVENUE.
Phone West 1088.
CHARLES W. CLARK
The greatest "lieder" singer will give a most compre
hensive program at
Augustana, March 27
"The finest I have heard this year." Gustav Holmquist.
Reserved seats $1.00. Seat sale opens March 22 at
Cable Music House, Rock Island; Hoyt's Music House,
Davenport; Tri-City Piano company, Moline.
flLEJNOlS If MESTRE
Sunday, March 17, Matinee and Night.
THE AUTHORS PRODUCING CO.
JOHN CORT. President)
BV C11AOLE5 KLEJA!
A0THOR OFuTHE MUSIC MASTLRVTHEUON
AND THE. M0U5L"-"THE THIRD DLCRLE.," LTC.
200 NIGHTS IN NEW YORK CITY.
Seat sale tomorrow at 9 a. m.
PRICES Matinee 23c, SOc, 75c. $1. Xlglit 25c, 50c, 75c, $1, $1.30.
PHONE 224 WEST
ciety of tbe Centr1 Presbyterian
'. fcUurcb, that was to l.ve been held to-'