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ing hands carried her to her home.
liift Eleventh, avenue, where she fell
asleep peacefully and without suffer
ing at iu:ib. Esther Loraine Ingalls
was born May 23. 1838. at Tremont.
111. She leaves, beside her husband,
one daughter, Mrs. Caldwell Rosbor-
ougn, on son, W. J. Ball, and eight
grandchildren, also two sisters, Mrs.
Jennie Young of Des Moines, Iowa,
and Mrs. Ella Benedict of Bull Rap
Ids, Kan., and one brother In the west.
She also leaves an adopted daughter,
Mrs. Ella Lawrence of Des Moines.
The funeral will be held from the
home Thursday morning at 10
o'clock, Rev. c. A. Lincoln, pastor of
the First Congregational church of-
PARTY OF SAN FRANCISCO WOMEN
ATTACKED BY BANDITS IN MEXICO
OfTto la Moved. F. J. Eaalar. g
ral aopertnusndtn of fir it diTlslon of
th Rock Island road and office force
left (for Dec Molnei today, whera thay
"will take possession of their new of
flca. Three telegraph operator, from
the local office, who have been trans
ferred to De Molnea, accompanied
them, owing to the Increased business
In that office on account of the removal
of the local offices to that city. The
superintendent of motrre power. J. B.
Kll patrlck, and the district engineer,
"W, H. Petersen, vrill not leave for a
week or 10 days.
Obituary Record. John Thomas
Jtandail passed away Monday after
noon lit 2 o'clock at his home, 826
West Second street, at the age of 42
years, sifter a short illness of pneu
monia. He was born Nov. 6, 1S69, in
Washington county, Iowa, and was
united in marriage to Miss Ella May
Kllpatrlck Fob. 24. 1&92. at Kalona,
Iowa. Three yearg ago he came to
Bavenport, w here he since resided. De
ceased Is survived by his widow and
four children, Ooldle. Carl, Eunice and
Marlon Randall; also his mother, Mrs.
Katharine Handsel of Kalona; two
brothers, William and Levy Randael,
and three sisters, Mrs. Ella Marsh.
Mrs. Meda Rogers and Mrs. Lizzie
Stumpf, all residing In Washington
Mrs. Beatrice lackley died at West
Second street at 2 o'clock yesterday
morning at the asje of 43 years. Mrs.
Black ley was born in Eldon, Iowa, Jan.
31, 18C9. She is survived by one
daughter. Pansy Waldon, her father,
I. L. Johnson, of Eldon, and one sister,
Mrs. J. C Delaney, of Ulendive, Mont.
"j at m . at, m m
From lTt tm rlflht, Mr. F. B. Caldwell. CaHeton Bryan. Mrs. B.
M. B. Fields.
Mexico la aaatMng with trouble and the liner Acapulco, which has Just
arrived at San Francisco from tha front, was crowded with refugees.
Among tha pasaenrers were a party of three women and one young man
w ho war attacked by bandits. Their escape waa only by a miracle. The
party waa coming from an Interior mine on mnleback when attacked.
The bandits got moat of their money and valuables. Thev consented to
poaa for the above picture upon their arrival at the Gate City.
Washington Oral argument of the
Ohio railroad rate case was begun
Monday before (lie supreme court of
the H'nited states.
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IfjoniH Quickly (Intra Stuffed-up
Iletwl tuid Stops hnuffliiiK md
In the morning shortly after you
awake, dear reader, do you have to
hawk and strain to get that stubborn
piece of mucus out of your throat?
Get rid of catarrh, now; it will
yrow worse as you grow older. Cue
day of breathing pleasant, healing,
HYOMEI, (prououm-e it Illgli-o-iue)
the gauranU-ed catarrh remedy, will those who brought it into the world.
What the state charities commission
says is the apotheosis of the state's
humanity towards its unfortunate
ward is described in the 1911 report,
which will soon appear.
It is a little building located on
the grounds of the Lincoln state school
and colony and the reports say of it:
"Upon the outskirts of this institu
tion stands a small, two story, plain
brick building. Wide porches upon
its south, east and west fronts re
lieve the monotony and severity of
its outlines. Of all the structures
which Illinois has erected in fifty years
at Its charitable 'institutions, none
Is so cold in its plainness or so mod
est in its position.
"Yet this is a temple, the apothe
osis of humanity, typified in the form
of an impersonal state.
"All that is best and truest in hu
man love for that which has human
form may be found enshrined in this
"Ftom the highways and byways of
it great territory, the state has picked
up here and there its child life waste.
Some of it has been abandoned by
give you such wonderful relief that
you will wonder why you even doubt
ed the statement that Hyoiuel would
Parents have ceased to love and to
care for It
"The state has assumed at onre
rnd the most aggravating rae or the responsibility, and in loving arms
catarrh. Remember Hyoiuel does not it warms the outcast and abandoned
contain any cosine, opium or other
habit forming drugs.
A hard rubber indestructible pock
et inhaler and a bottle of Hyomel
costs $1.00. This Is railed the Hy
omel outfit. If one bottle does not
)snlsh catarrh, you can get another
for R0 routs at the Harper House
pharmacy and druggists everywhere.
bit of miserable wreckage to Its breast,
and here in this temple fans and feeds
the tiny flames of life.
"Year after year it ministers to
these wards Jn whom even parental
instincts found nothing worthy of
their protection. The state recognizes
its duty where all others have failed,
and here seeks to keep alive the flicker-
a w - - j
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To every person suffering
with an old sore or cororuc
ulcer, the very tast news in this
paper is contained in the present
article. It is sood news because
it is true; it tells of a way to get rid of these piaxue spots which so
often sap the strength and vitality, and best of all, this permanent cure
is in reach o? CTCTy ZTZ.
It is an absolutely true statement to say that every old sore or
chrome ulcer exists solely because of bad blood. Outside corrtamim
tiooa or influences may increase the local inflammation, but such
things have nothing to do with keeping the place open. It is the in
fected blood discharging its impurities through a weak spot on the
flesh that does this, and the sore wMl continue, gradually growing
worse, until the Wood is purified of the exerting cause.
See how nature poinis to the cause through the symptoms. The
inflammation, discharge, discolored flesh, and the fact that external
applications never have any curative effect on the sore, show that
deep down in the circulation there is a morbid cawse which prevents
the place from healing. But more convincing proof that bad blood is
responsible for old sores, is furnished by the fact that even retnowing
every visible trace of the ulcer by surgical operation docs not crc:
the sore always returns.
S. S. S. heals ok! sores because It is the greatest of all blood
purifiers; it goes into the circulation and removes the cause from the
blood. When the blood has been purified there is no longer any in
flammatory or infectious matter to irritate the place and nature causes
a natural and certain healing of the ulcer. When S. S. S. has cleansed
the circulation and the place is well, it is not a surface cure, not simply
a smoothing over of the outward evidence, but it is a perfect and per
manent care, because every vestige of the old cause has been driven
out S. S. S. is made entirely of roots, herbs and barks, cleansing and
invigorating in their nature, and of great tonic value. It is a medicine
adapted to persons of any age, and is just as effective with the old as
with the young or middle aged. Under the purifying and tonic effects
of S. S. S. the system is greatly strengthened and benefited. Totiear
of S. S. S. has been good news to thousands, it is good news for you.
If you wish any special advice about an old sore or uloar writs
for our free book, and ask our medical department to give any instruc
tions vou may feel the need of. No charge for the book or advice.
S. S. 5. is sold at drug stores.
THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO ATLANTA, CA.
ing spark until death ensues in the
"These are the lowest forms of hu
man life. There is no place In Illi
nois so pitiable. More suffering and
anguish is ooncentrated within these
four walls than may be seen in all
the other charitable institutions of
"Passing down the line of Illinois
wards, from the sane to the insane,
from the dependent defective to the
delinquent, thence on to the feeble
minded, the imbecile and the idiotic,
we reach at last this little building,
with its contents of flesh and blood,
minus feeling, minus faculties, minus
mentality, minus even the simplest
instincts, crippled, diseased, paralyzed
from birth, wrought Into horrifying
shapes as by the cataclysm of their .
"Back of this dreadful, dark fore
ground we see outlined and limned
against a glorious light the figure of
the state as mother and nurse, the
very embodiment of humanity of self.
"For who can forget the sights he
he sees here or erase from his mem
ory the quiet, skillful young woman
nurse in white, the white enameled
walls, the white curtains at the win
dows, the polished floors, the cribs
and beds of white, furnished in soft
muslina and downy pillows, concealing
the burdens they bear under a mantle
of love and affection for the unfortun
ate. "Who has seen this foreground
and has not asked, 'Why?' but who
has asked 'why' and has not seen
the background of eternal grandeur
that fascinates and holds his attention.
He turns from the great picture and
leaves the temple.
"The horrors of the foreground have
left a depression of spirit, but the
sublimnity of the background has in
delibly written upon the heart the
lesson that the state in its nurturing
and protecting functions has achieved
a development and a position in nu
To Vote on Franchise. Voters of
Mollne soon will be given their first
opportunity to exercise their fran
chise in a referendum vote. The prop
osition which will be submitted will
be the granting of a franchise to the
Central Union Telephone company.
From good authority it is learned
that the city and the telephone com
pany have almost harnessed their dif
ferences and it is expected that terms
of agreement will b reached before
the end of the week.
Receipts Growing. Receipts of the
Moline postofflce for the 12 months
ended March 31, 1912, reached the
aggregate of $161,550.24, an increase
of $16,346.90 over tha 12 months
ended March 31, 1911. The postal
business serves as a barometer of the
business activity of a community and
it is interesting to note that In the
face of slackening conditions the
country over, Moline is holding better
than even in the general tone of bus
Taylor to Speak. Dr. "W. E. Taylor
has been scoured by the Men's Broth
erhood of the First Congregational
church to deliver the address at the
next supper, which will be held Mon
day evening, April 22. Dr. Taylor
expects to talk on soil culture and
the lecture will no doubt be a treat
to the brotherhood. Ladies of the
church will be guests of the brother
hood at this meeting, the event being
designated as "Ladies' Night," and
each member is expected to bring a
lady to the supper.
Saloon Licenses Paid. Coffers of the
city were replenished yesterday, sa
loon license fees being due. At 10
o'clock 18 proprietors of thirst em
poriums in the city had called at the
city hall, each paying a first install
ment of $500 on the annual license
for $1,000. The city's municipal
year came to a close Monday night
and saloonkeepers are called on to se
cure new licenses. circumstances
have reduced the revenue from sa
loons $500 this period, as only 62
permits to operate dramshops will be
issued, the number heretofore being
63. Sandy Larson, who has been
conducting a saloon in the old Brown
ing building on Fifteenth street,
which is now practically torn down,
did not renew his license. So far as
is known Mr. Larson will make no
effort to open another saloon in the
Obituary Record. After a long ill
ness, Mrs. Magnus Evers, resident of
Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Duvall and son.
Charles, left Friday evening for a short
visit with relatives in Mendon, m.
Robert McKee Smith died in Peoria
April 11, and his body was brought to
Aledo for burial. The services were
held Saturday afternoon at the home of
Mrs. J. Y. Smith. The interment was
made in the Aledo cemetery. He was
the son of Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Smith
of Aledo and was born March 17, 1909
He was ill only a short time and his
death was due to pneumonia.
The marriage of Miss Emma Parkin
son of Aledo and Charles Maher of
Woodhull took place at the home of
the bride's brother, John Parkinson of
this city Wednesday, April 10. For
the present they will reside with the
bride's mother, Mrs, William Parkin
son, who is in poor health.
Miss Dollle Wiegand, a student at
Knox college, and Mr. and Mrs. F.
Anderson of Biggsvllle, are the guests
of Mr. and Mrs. Goempler of this city
for the week-end.
Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Bowers and
daughters and Miss Ada Van Meter re
turned Saturday from California, where
they have spent the winter. Miss Van
Meter was accompanied home by her
aunt, Mrs. William York, who will
Miss Ona Miller left Saturday for
Rock Island and from there will go
to Orion to visit over with her broth.-r
and sister and their families.
Among those from Aledo who took
the Rock Island Southern car Satur
day for Rock Island were Mrs. C. Coe
and daughter, Mrs. Bernard, Miss
Sarah Crabbs, Mrs. Jessie Scott and
daughter Katharyn, Miss Nellie Gil-
more, Mrs. O. A. Bridgeford and Miss
Mrs. W. M. McHard of Aledo was
elected president Wednesday at the
Presbyterian Woman's Home and For
eign Missionary society of Rock River,
which held the annual meetiug in Rock
Judge E. C. Graves opened circuit
court in Aledo Thursday afternoon.
The winning republican nominees in
Mercer county are J. M. Wilson, state's
attorney; Dr. A. N. Mackey, coroner;
S. A. Nelson, circuit clerk; Robert L.
Watson, county surveyor.
Hia Rare Old Painting.
Speaking of fake antiques and forg
ed paintings an art amateur said:
"There is an American who bought
a Raphael in Rome some years ago.
The Italian law prohibits the exporta
tion of masterpieces, and the American
had the happy idea of getting the
Unrthaal TMllntA war Thl TTflq BP-
Moline for 4 2 years, passed away! '.no Tha pnrA ld nn,nt,?
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Height, 27 inches. Price, complete with three
lamps, $35. Shipped within 2 0 0 miles of Chicago,
$37. Mention Lamp No. W-500 when ordering.
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of her son, William N. Evers, 1326
Fourteenth street. Funeral services
were held this afternoon at 2 o'clock
from the late home, Rev. R. S. Haney
officiating. ISertha Schneekloth was
born in Germany Nov. 9, 1 831, so that
at the time of death she waa In her
Rlst year. Soon after coming to
America in 18.12 she was joined in
marriage to Detlef Stoltenberg, who
passed to his rest in 1S60. To this
union two children were born, Mrs.
Fred Ohlweiler of Waco, Texas, and
John Stoltenberg of Clinton, Iowa.
reached New York In the guise of a
modern 9now scene.
"Then the restorer, under the watch
ful owner's eye, set to work on it.
With a sponge clipped in turpentine he
proceeded to nab the snow scene off.
He sponged it ofr readily, but he
sponged a bit of the Raphael off, too
and, behold, underneath the Raphael a
portrait of Marconi was revealed."
The Dutch at Church.
Men still wear their hats in chnrch
In many parts of Holland. Moreover,
smoking in church is not considered
In 186.1, while residing in Comanche,
manity's cause that entitles it to thei,owa- ,,rs- 'energ as marriea lrreverent by tne uutcn wnen service,
admiration and resnectful worshiD of I to Mans Evers. The family came, i8 not in progress, and the ministers
cury, are seen at all possible angular
distances from the sun. When Venoa
is to the west of the sun she rises be
fore him and Is a morning star, but
when she is to the east of the sun she
rises after him and Is an evenlm; star.
"Ah." cried the count gallnntly as he
tent low before the American beauty.
RATS and MICE
all men who love their fellows.
"The lesson of this picture is deep
er than this; it is one of the markers
of the progress of civilisation. How
long ago was it that this waste child
life, useless to itself or to the econo
my of existancp. would have been left
! to die, or even worse, to be dispatched
Who would have cared what be
came fo this child, born without
strength or vitality, without intelli
gence. Instinct or capacity, without
sight or speech, or hearing, with with
ered limbs, weak vitals, mishapen, con
torted head, and twisted, deformed
"Even today there are those who,
turning their faces to the other direc
tion, could sanction by silence the
gentle removal of such life from a
scene upon which it can play no part
but that of a seemingly useless burden-
"There lie still and silent in these
white cribs or sprawling upon the
floors in animal activity, the teita for
powerful sermons upon more subjects
than I can here enumerate. There
are likewise lessons for men and wom
en to learn for their guidance in
their .relation to f ellowmen and for the
public at large to know for a better
appreciation of what humanity really
is and how vivid and Titalued an ex
pression of it the state itself is.
"This temple, as I have called It,
is known In the records as an infirm
ary or hospital. Today it contains
fifty-two girls and thirty-four boys."
Heredity Among Musician.
Heredity was perhaps never better
exemplified than ia the case of the fa
moos composer Beethoven, th son of
a tenor, who was tha soa of a basa.
Bach cam of a famEy of bomble mo
aidans, beginning, it la aald, with a
miller. Haydn'a father waa an ama
teur harpist In hambla life. Mozart
was the son of an ordinary eapeUmela
ter and teacher of tha violin. Tha
father of Rossini was a horn player Is
a strolling company.
'to AToIinA anrl haa nmHo ita hnma TiorA
since 1879. To Mr. and Mrs. Evers
were born three children, two or
whom survive, Mrs. "W. B. Watt of
Dallas, Texas, and William X. Evers
Mrs. W. T. Ball, who has been
identified with Moline for many
years, is dead. Monday afternoon at
6:30, as she was leaving the home of
her daughter, Mrs. Caldwell Rosbor-
ough, where she had spent the after
noon, she fell to the pavement. Lov-
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lo Natural Color-Dandruff
There fa nothing; new about the idea of
using Sage for restoring the color of the
hair. Our grandmothers kept their hair
dark, glossy and abundant by the use of
a simple "Sage Tea." Whenever their
hair fell out or took on a dull, faded or
Streaked appearance, thev mad n hrpw
of Sage leaves, and applied it to their
hair with wonderfully beneficial effect
Nowadays we don't have to resort to
the old-time tiresome method of gather
ing the herbs and making the tea. This
is done by skillful chemists better than
we could do it ourselves; and all we
have to do is to call for tha reaiv-mnrfp
product, Wveth'a Sage and gulphur
Hair Remedy, containing Sage in the
proper strength, with the addition of
Sulphur, another old-time scalp remedy.
This preparation gives youthful color
and beauty to the hair, and is one of
the best remedies you can use for dan
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irvui your urutrgisi toaay, and you will
be surprised at the csick result. All
druggists sell it, under guarantee that
the money will be refunded if the
temeay u not exact! a presented,
themselves Indulge in this practice.
Altogether, according to a recent vis
itor, "the Dutchman has a very com
fortable form of religion. You keep
your bat on in church and that saves
you many a chill; you talk freely aui
In your natural voice, not in a whis
per; you have a neat housemaid la a
white cap and apron (and nothing is
more cleanly and charming than a
Dutch servant maid) to show you to
your seat or to offer you a chair; you
have nice drab pews of painted deal all
around yon and a cheerful two decker
Slow Development In tha Child.
Remembering that Balzac, Walter
Scott, Daniel Webster and the great
educator, Froebel. were counted as
dullards In their yonth. the Importance
of allowing certain minds a slow de
velopment is manifest A child who at
fourteen is learning numbers may at
forty compose a great epic or discover
a new element Through kindergarten
methods, manual training, physical
and Industrial exercise, dancing and
military drill, the attention Is arrested,
the slumbering mind is roused, the
wandering will be recalled. Rbeta
Childe Dorr in the Century.
Great Britain, it is said, can, with
out fear of contradiction, claim the
honor of hiiving originated the post
mark. The first one, which was used
in London as long ago as 1G0, was
a very simple affair, consisting of a
email circle divided Into two parts.
In the top portion were two letters
indicating the month, while in the
lower half the day of the month was
shown. Xo endeavor was made to de
note the year, and it is only by the
dates of the letters on which the mark
is impressed that it is possible to fix
the date of its use. Londoa Standard.
Venus is both a morning and evening
star because she always accompanies
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