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THE ROCK ISEAXD ARGUS. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 10, 1012.
DEATH COMES TO I
MRS. JOHN O'NEIL
Well Known and Beloved Wo
man Snatched Away While
Apparently in Health.
DIES AT NEIGHBOR'S HOME
Wa. Making Morniim iit With Mrs.
V. T. Myc-r Husband and
With scarcely a moment g no' ice and
hile apparently enjoy mc perfect
h'alth. Mrs. John A. O Neil. 17:.", !
Twentieth etreevt. d.ed :,.!: r.ly this
Diornin- of anoplexv. The j-hor,; wa- ,
a ternbe one to her huM.and and
6iishU-r and many !-.cr,'..-.. i
The ultimate end can,.- hl Mrf.
C.:l was makintr a r. uhnorly call i
on Mrn. Fr-d T. Myr. v. t,'s r-f-;- ;
tiirif tt y.int ,-asi of the o Neil phi'., i
Fie -r:t rhre about : o'clock, i
Whi in the fitting room 'al-cm;
riim.ally to Mrs. Mers.. .:'!! r.:
Iit her hand 'o h-r h-ai. rr.dde '!
oi.'- 'aiiTii 1,1. "I f.-i laits'.' and in ;
! more Tnmiites uan no tinr...
Il (.II I I.Uo Mil II It. II.
M'h. M p. af' r wort iris: with lr
for a fi m.rn.tes and r-a.i.m: a jibvu
Car., nad Mrh O N'ei! da'chier,
M-'h 1'lor . nor and Mis 'i'.ir-e not-fie-l.
Mr. fi.-, hx i'iij ni I
jmd toid 'hiif hi-, w was
iil and thai h- was ;
r a" v w ' r -1 ' 1 he ,u r , ,j
find t he UN I.-ri ahi r .- u a-.
finer and (.' and T I , -
I.i ai Iv pp..-' rat.-.
I.a M Ti : 4.-f 1 1 h' r- .' ,i. a i ;t ' .; t t i.'
f ) ' .N : I home and Mi.-. ) il va.- in
tin' hi ;.t of n-a;tli a-id !,' i'..
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we to Kocl.
h'M'll a' 'he h,
Mr. (i. Veil i.j
a m . V l...sm
S . r v i v : i. ate
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V ii-Mi'iii. Mont .
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lor append. ci
wire held ;,t (
In V. iin,. i .ti
t lh' 11 to ' lie fi
at at. r'o n.
i.'l aul-.eiiaii. Hi.
oilow an o,ierat.on
1'llle I al services
ii l.-t Kpisenpal ( l.ure'n
;d Mc i : i . :i ns wile
ot lie e e ae d
of this city
and ".eaves tu.ii:
s heT. a l 'in s.
Wis , and
lug are he
.! Ir. v e-.ii.i
:! e w Iiorn ;
.is 1 v a rs
I .o l.an.!. Ion
a.:o. I'einsr to
i: U'.ite r'o'.v li,
r Mm . K. line.
Atnlrew , Wa'te-r an.
.V.n'ei. Mrs. J. AUel
s I II'M Ml I.
Wllli.irn a'.d otle
of ' 'hie .1 .'.el.
I I M il VI .
The fin. rial i f TI
v:iie I: e d 1 1 r.l a v
iate . .-id. li. ,. 1
Mree t . I i.i v . nporf .
.as A. Stroeble
rmng from Irs
V.Y-t Kin htli
th serviies at
rt '.' o i loe k.
el. :.r;.t.-d re
: i.i .- J !,.e hur
a. !.,.d the fun
is a l.iri.. tiiiiii-
i use el pres-
St. Art i.i'fi'f . help ll
i;ev i: .t ri.ii.i.erv .
4,tl letn :.(', 1 1 . pr.-t..
i.ii ahsel ut atel pi e-a
r.ll h' rll I'll l i e ; e- w ,l
l.r of friend-, of the .
nt t t lie s. rv I. .-s and
till flower- The p.lli
.'iis.-ph I'lv t n, Th. .'i'. is
ptl li.ltll"Ml. ' ' ' . us
ii ipy beaut i--:i-.-rs
t.a-. 'i. en. .Io-
Kl iieCl ee k.
Tl.otii.is :it -..!: .-i .!
Intern e i, t s m oi.
lit t e n. e t, r .
MI KM. II r
Sw ee r.ey .
: .. m.i
a in- .
f 1 1 r.
was hebl I r.
Hal s. n. 1'
'e l iall
hfieriux.n at L'
Van-. ef il .
( hure h iitl i l.u ut
ut Chippiai .no. i
Make the Nat on Gasp.
The awful l-.s' of r . en a Fourth
of July ptjuvrn hi.n-.an'tv S t ov. r
aSBintet it. l,.w ve". .- th- wonderful
he all hy 1' k1.. n Att.ici Salve, of
thoufiand.-. who sifi-red :r.in bins,
cuts, brul.-cs. I u'.:. t wound- or e xrl.v
Ion I' s Th- ,jtn. k Ica'-r Kiils,
ulcers. " r- tr.a s r. 'ii; - cr piles; C5
cents ut ail lr :i;ts.
RATS and MICE
' Tha Genuine
mrt fitcTtn cvrr rf rt. tntc.
c.x-kr.aci.i. nJ k.. itram. Get U.
Money Bck if it Fails.
25c and $1.00.
Sold by Drugg UU ETerywkar.
SUvns' Cectrlc Pasts Con Chicctjo, HI.
NIGHT CONVENTION NEWS
It is probable that there will be night sessions of the
republican national convention at Chicago. Realizing the
intense interest with which Eock Island people are fol
lowing the proceedings, The Argus has arranged for con
tinuous service over the Associated Press, and will post
bulletins after the last edition of the paper is sent to
press. In the event of night sessions, you are invited to
read the bulletins or call The Argus over the telephone
West 145, 1145 or 2145. Call during the day or night
and the news will be cheerfully given you.
OF 50,000 CLUB
Hecau-e of the fact that the Hock :
IMand l$tiMn-s Men's association is
to hold a haniu-t tomorrow evet.it..:.
th.- meet ins of the Fifty Tho'i.-and
diiij. th duied for thin noon in con
nection with a luncheon, was post
poned till next Tne.sday. wh.-ti a noon
day Tn.-tini? will he held at th.- Kock
Island club. The committee in char?.'
of the meetings !s preparing its no
: 'icen to the chib membership and wih
have heni uli in ample titr. for re
! plioB from those who will afend. It
is hardly rroiiabl,. that ir-s;d' n.
M. K. C'a.-teel. w ill he in tin- t i y a' the
:irne of th" ni'-eiiiiL- and H. Cat!
the i'e nresid' nt, wi'.l preside in his
ahsenrc. Thohe who will attend are
; as-i.td to notify the luh steward.
BOOZE TOO t.iUGil
FOR ODD COUPLE
"Your honor, it was the cas" of the
hlind leading f.'ie hlind." said Chief
.lan.es liritiri this morning as he testi
fied a-'iunst li J. I.oiik and his al
iened housekeeper, I)aisy Kendall, an
ill assorted pair who were arrested
yesterday af'ernoo,, hy t):l"ner Mee
nin uhih they were sta-:::eriiv
throiu.h an alley. The pair had siarl
ed out to pay some hilis and thev :ip
jareiitly succeeded in accomplish;:
inoie than their purpose. The p:.rl
iid.nitted havini; drank some i.eei.
while her escort , a "'j-year-old man.
stonily denied hav .'ns im inlif.ii. 1 iie
pair told such oarcfao o ami aryin
prev ar.'-.it iuT.s in their t.-siiiiiony
that none of it was taken fur the
trufi:. They daimed to he relatives,
they i!a:n.e'l to have known p:nh
other s'i..e the girl's infam y and thev
I..: mod e m rvt liii.u else a How eij m i lie
at' gory. Kach w as fined $2 and
costs. Thiy reside at 1 U I S First ac
DOLLAR SHOE SALE
AT THEM. & K. STORE
l.iK Stiire Will !s-ll Womrn's Oxlords'
Worth !: i.i Jjil.r.O for
Thursday. One Hay.
Tomorrow. M. k K will hold an
other dollar she sale in order to take
'ate of the many who coul.in't be
waited on last week. M. V K. styles
and M. & K. qualities ne.-d no introduction-
all that you need to know is
that M. efc K. will sell women's ox
fords that were M & K. $.: to l .'.ii
values f.ir one- day at one dollar.
I.adics who find it hard to get narrow
widths will be glad to know that ti e
oxfords in the dollar sale are mostly
A. and A A. widths. M. A; K. dollar
Mi's lire' shoe eve nts of treat popu
larity and this sale w iil add n u. h to
the M. K. popularity. So cur.e
earlv and share in this god r. op
It. an. who nearly
the Cllle a-'.)
Illet death bv
' reel: tint:
was s'ruck by a
on Third avr.i;.
vestrrday. rested easily la.-t niht. ac
ce.relir.i; to advices from Si. Anthony's
hospital, and his life is r.nt in darg-r
at pi, -.,.nt. It Is believt il that i-l ;u;u s
1. ft ami and side will he permanently
I aralv ized as a result of the accident.
Lad Declared Delinquent.
Adrian Te n tne rma n. 11 vearuhl Par
stow lad who wa arr.s'.d with his
fa'ber, CamiHe T.-inmerman. while in
the ac' of burglarting a hex car. was
'aken before Jud.-e K. W. Olmsted
in the cour.tv court this morning and
adjudged a del nqu. r.t. He was riven
ever to the custody of his mother.
Revival Services at Baptist Church.
There is a series of re viva' servie . s
1 , .n,: conduct, d at the Second i;.p:i.-t
church by Rev. anrl Mrs Mayes cf th
F.vst Ir.d.as. The raof'ir.ss bran last
Metniay evi-r.ir.s and w:i; ccuuinue as
Icr. as interest warrants them.
I Ten Minutes to Sell
j It f.-vok H. F. Spitnas. v.
, rics!" just ten minutes to
'.oa.l this morning cn the1
n lor of chr r
seil a wa;on
Mr. Sp'.t.r.as tays that he will 1 e hack
1 1 morrow with another load, to be su.J
! to the consumers.
Quick Relief for Rheumatism.
' George V. Koor.s. Law ton. Mich.,
siys: "Dr. Detchon's Kehcf for
; Rheumatism has given bit wife woa
'. derful benefit for rheuaatam. She
: could rot lift hand or foot; had to be
i lifted for to mon'hs. She fcctan t-e
use of the remedy and improved rap
idly. On Mor.day she ccuid :.c t rr.cve
. si.d on Wednesday fhe e-t ur-. dressed
herself and walked out for breakfast."
I Sold by Otto Grotjaa. 1501 Second ave
nue. Rock Island. Gust Schlegel
Son. 220 Wee: Secncd street. Davec
Faul Holse, One of Trio, Carries
Brick but Drops It After
WAS AGGRESSOR IN FIGHT
ri.uils K. . on Ilrow of
TliomiKon ami Tears Coat OfT
of William Krvin.
Aft. r his f.rr.-.-t hy OtTicer W. I.loyd.
f ir hein- the principal panic ipant in
a street hrawl. stairec near Twe ntieth
strc. t and Second avenue. Paul Holse,
recently releas-d from the county bas
t . i . clamored into the patrol, not of his
own volition hut of that supplied by
three cille ers. When he was comlortahly
Mat.d. Holse hcitan to think of lh'1
jail .-.i teiKe sure to be meted out to
him .'or his misconduct and go he
reaih.d into his pocket for a missile
wh.ch he had secreted there. As he
drew a half brick from his jacket.
o?!;c r C. Met nan planed at him, and
i !.'! the ofliccr couhi do more than
i- la ii e. Hols, n as sc a red out of his in
tention of throwir.u the brick and so he
merely dropped it to the paving.
im.m.i: i ucitii.i:.
Holse with Charles Thompson and
William Krvin envatred in a battle last.
vinitia m iir Twentieth sti.t and
Second avenue and Hol.-e apparently
was the nuui c ssor. Thotnj.son was
hit over the ee and Krvin los: his
oat whi- Hi !s-. skinrn d his connte.
name by contact vvi'ii the i n I s. He
was fin. d $mi ami costs and sent to
the county jail while the other battlers
were tiied $2' and costs and sent
on' to do work with the city chain
inon Cold burg
C'nii ago to att
left this morning
n.J the republican
-i al c ouv cnt ion.
M rs. All i ed Stoe k, r
1 la.-t nii-i.t after a two
Weeks' viait in
Mis. H F. I.ange of Crystal, N I).,
has airived for a visk wi-li lp-r par
ents, .Mi. a i,I Mrs. Hans Ch maun.
Miss Winifred Ashley of Hliiff. 111.,
is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. H. ii.
Hem-ley, 1 u 1 s l-'oni teeiit h-and-a-half
M. W". Ihuti.-s and dauchter, Mrs.
N. c; Crilhths. and lutle -on, .Nor
man, are in M i.-higa n v.siiing at the
home of I)r. Herman Sturtz.
S. !. P' rguson. county superintend
"ii of m hools. h a.ee t-'iiight for
Iirurv icvinsl. ip to conduct two ru
lal school gi..el'.ai:ons. one lonmht at
Coster and ej..e toiiiorrovv night at
il.l.el 1). 11.
Mrs. Alfred Hamilton, form' riy Miss
Freida Harms of this city, leaves to-niL-ht
to join her husband a' FI I'aso,
Tex., fro:., AiUeh o:iU the y will leave
on a mou-:; - sojourn in California
r.du.g a seiti.inent of affairs i:.
Me xic o, whe re Mr. Hamilton is , nj
ploy.il. Mrs. Hamilton has been visit
:i.g her parttus he re for a month pat.
Kester Hastings Marriage.
Miss Ethel Has'lr js. daugnt, r of Mr.
and Mrs. John ii Ih..-ti:.gs. i:;i:i Six:;,
avenue, and William ll. Kester. J7 -i
Kivthth aver.ue. were niarri, d this
atternoop at 2-.-i o'clock at tin.- Ce-r-n:.w
Immaniiei s I.u'he-ran 'b irch,
H.-v Mi. :.helm. th.e pastor, olllcbC
ing. Th- y were attended 1 y the
prootn's sister. Miss Alvina Kester,
and H.ito Jufrte i.n.eyer. The parents
of the bridal couple and near relatives
wer- the only p ests at the c.-re-mr.'r,.
town r.r. i
the cerr r..
their r. t!:r
at '": Tw
wore a pretty wi.ite lace
a white lac hat. Mr. and
"cr left immediately after
u.y for Clinton, where they
f.-r several das. I'pon
n ' i".ey will ma-,e their home
elf'h street. Mr. Kester is
th. Ktr'.er company as
Cofee and Apron Sale.
The Ladies Sewinu society rf the
Germ.-ii In.nuanuel's Lutheran ch'.irca
will hold a coffee and ice erf am so
ciable in th ch :rch U.-.-r.fn; tomor
row afterr.oon and evening. They w i'I
also have in connection an apmr. tai.
This society Is ono of the oile-st in
the citv. having I Kn or-aniz- .i
y.ars n-o. and has jr.et rtfZuUriy at
s'at d it'crva'.s .-.nee.
No Need for Extradition.
John Massxk wanted in Maiipon
'eh . ;r wife aban icr.-n.--' an 1 XI is
fell Scov."! wanted in New ;),-,(-.
r,r: ... for ! -amy. boh of w h.-m w
taker, in cc study j ester lay by d-ru":.
from the s-hfriff? ofSce. have dec: ies
to jro bar'; t.i th. -r respeetjve ci':-s
papers. Both were
OF FISHING LAWS
Steamer Illinois of State Fish
Commission Is Here for a '
Working on Rock River Today To
Arrest Seine Tscrs During the
Journeying up the Mississippi to '
catch violators of the fish laws, the
6teamer "Illinois" of the Illinois Fish
commission tied up at the foot of Sev
enteenth street yesterday afternoon,1
and today wardens are scouring Rock
river for possible offenders. The boat
will remain here until Friday or Sat
urday before continuing its journey up
The boat is under the command of
Captain Charles Spear of Havanna, 111.,
and has be en out about two months.
The entire state of Illinois is covered
during the summer and fall seasons.
Two wardens are carried on board.
This is the closed season for seine and
net fishing as the finny tribe spaw n
during the months of May and June.
The? boat operates for the greater part
of the season on the Illinois river,
where its principal work, that of res
cuing fish, will he started about July 1.
T. liK t Vi o t i t tf . ....... ' ..i :
. ..-ii .not n.. ei l PHrtllUeU 111
slomrhs at.cl low lands by high water j
are thrown back into the river by the!
force of men on the commission boat. :
This work is under the supervision of!
the chief warden, E. K. Caldwell. j
In speaking of the work. Captain j
Spear said this mot nine: "We have'
foun, but very few violations so far,!
cfin iij owing to me iaci mat our com
ing is lipped off in advance by tele
phone. We have made but very few
arrests. We have to see that the law
regulations in regard to non resident
fishing licenses are carried out, as a
fee of $1.2") is charged for such a
privilege. In Kast St. I.ouis, so far this
year, over ".mm licenses have been
issued to non-resident fishe rme n who
want to git on the hank with a hook
nnel line. It is a strange thing, but
th'- fishermen, knowing that it is to
the ir own interest to re frai i from us
ing seine s and nets during the spawning
season, continue to do so at eveiy op
portunity, and it is these fellows that
we are afier."
AGAINST DOG OWNER
A warrant sworn out against Julius
Van Abel for harborini; a vicious doj;
was withdrawn this mornini; hy the
complainant, Carl Here, when Van.
Abel offered to pay all doctor bills re
sulting In the treatment of the wound
inflic ted by his canine. The case ha I
, been set for Saturday before Magis
trate C. .1. Smith, but when the amic
able, agreement was reached. Hers; pre
ferred not to pro.-oeiUe. Several days
m-'o, while Rerp was riding his bicycle.
Van Abe l's dog sprang upon him and
l it his leg.
flranv ilk- Mackett ( colored i was
tine,l Jinn and oostP th.is morning on a
cl.a.ge' of assault and battery, th--cc
:ui lair. t bavin- been preferred
auainst him by I. Kubener several days
auo. The case had be n continued in
aiiovv both priiu ipals to see lire wit
ness's. Each apeaied ti,is niorning
before Magistrate ('. J. Smith with a
pair. Kubener, on the draw, improved
his hand by securing feiur of a kind,
the ,! !endant s witnesses offe ring tes
timony in corr' horation of that offered
by th- complainant. Hackett. without
pr-'. vocation, landed a K. (). blow on
the complainant's physiognomy.
Ed ration's case on a charge of dis
orderly conduct, complaint of N. o.
I'.aker. was continued to Saturday. Fat
ten wants a chans- of venue and some
witnesses. His plea for a chan-e re
sulted in the withdrawal of his at-
in for a long term
S of popular favor.
3 The cellars tiiat well-
ZZ dressed men prefer at
" this season.
S "Capifor,and"Vhitcr!Ouse" "
are specially noted for the big -
r-rce nt-ige of extra wwr they
rm, qive. 1 hc-y are "both sides
right tiJts" reversible.
They ccur.tine Cosy -Tie -
"Siidj" trsco ar.d 1-aiented
Lock - that
your rqoJ h:
m zll tLtic fcitLurc-j la
2 fee 2.c.
ii i MfcK iniijjjja
The talking points are the hot point, the cool handle
and attached stand, a combination found in no other iron
We furnish this iron in the 3 and 6 pound sizes. The
6 pound size is the most popular as a household iron.
3 pound $3.75 6 pound $4
PEOPLES POWER CO.
H. M. McCaskrin from the
CUDAHYS TO FORGET
AND BEGIN ALL OVER
Kansas City, Mo., June 19. Mr.
and Mrs. John V. Cudahy have been
reunited. Two years ago, a formal
deciee of divorce was issued to them
bv Judge Slover an action of the
law. This followed the sensational:,
attack of the husband upon Jere Lil-j
lis. a banker. ' !
Last week a reconc iliation was ef-!
fected and the two returned to house- j'
keeping in the apartment that has:
been occupied by Mrs. Cudahy since :
a short time after the divorce. I
The second union involves the
church ami follows the age-old ques-i
lion of tlie supremacy of the church
or the state. is a canonical law!
greater than a law of the govern-j
meiit? In the Cuelhy case, it has set
tied itself that what the church has i
bound together, no law can break i
For the Cudahys were reunited on I
that idea. Catholics in religion and
heredity, they came to the belief that :
their marriage in the Catholic faith, '
in Omaha, I)ee. L'-l, lS!lf, was not
broken by the divorce decree granted
by Judge Slover. j
At the Cudahy home few details1
of the reunion were given out. Both ;
Mr. Cudahy and Mis. Cudahy were j
there. Both admitted the recoiuiua-1
tion. Itwas admitted that the twoj
had begun to live together auain andj
it was stated that an effective recon- I
t il it ion had been made.
Mr. Cudahy, particularly, refused
to give out anything, and it was only
, from hurried snatches of talk that
' any fac ts could he gathered.
The four c hildren Edna, aged 11;
Catherine, aged ;i ; Elizabeth, aged S;
; Michael, the l-year-ohl baby may
leiiirn and live with their parents.
They are now in se 'tool in New Jer- j
sey, and it was stated upon good,
authority that at the end of the,
sc hool term they may be brought j
Little was learned ol the future:
plans of Mr. and Mrs. Cudahy, but!
it is the be lief that they intend to j
continue to make tneir residence at i
:;.".L'T Main street.
Burleigh Winner in Maine.
Portland, Me., June l!h I-ess than i
La If the vote- polled at the last gen-I
eral clc-c-M ii was cast at the first gen- j
eral primary heiii in Maine. On the
icpiihlicaii side Edwin C. Hurleigh. ,
foimcr inemb. r ol congress, was given
a pluraiuv oi about ."..nun yver his j
opioi.ent for I't.ited States senator;
and for governor William T. Haines
was victorious. TI.e.e was no contest
!oi the democratic: nominations, the
voles goir.g to Covernor Plaisf el and
nator Cbadiaii Gardner for rtfiomi
n.i'iou. Girl Missing
A wee k's absence
leads the family of
from her borne,
nth avtnue, to
t Foils, 111-; Sevtntti
br-iic ve that either she has met with
j foul play or that Khe has run away
! from her home to be married. A week
aiio. :-h. b ft her home in company w i:h
j r. yoi n' man and wen? to Silvig. She
i has r.ot been sei n since. The police
. have been notified and atKcd to aid
! ii: tiiL te.-are h for the young woman.
Er.ds Hunt for Rich Girl.
Ofun the h int for a rich wife tnda
whin the man meets a woman that
uses Ei'-ctric liitura. Her strOLg
ti't.ci tt-il in a blight brain and even
tempe r. H'.-i pce h bloom complexion
and ruby lips resuit from her pure
biood; her britht eyes from restful
sleep; her ek-biic step from firm, free
muhcies. aii ".. bins of the health ana
strength Klectric Bitters u've a woman,
and the freedom from indig' st.on,
backach--, hea'ia- he, fain'ir.g and dizzy
s;..-ils they jTomoto. Everywhere they
are woman's favorite remedy. If weak
or ailing try ihc-ra. 50c at all druggists.
smberl?.;?. s fn'.iih R-'-m"dy is sold
cn a g .aractee that if yon are not at
. isired after Uin two-thirds of a bottle
' acordi:-z to directntjs, your money
iif oe reiui.aea. it ;s to you to
'.ry. Sold by all druggitu.
4 All tie S'-wi all the tiae The Argu.
A NY electrically lighted home
is incomplete without one of
our Hotpoint Electric Irons. Its
freedom from flames, smoke or
fu mes together with the econ
omical and labor saving features
make it a necessity in every home.
1619 Second Avenue
Look for the Bear Sign.
ATTORNEY DEFIES COURT
IN TRIAL OF DARROW
ixs Angeies, ran, June 19. lieorge ,
I. hm of Portage. Wis., an uncle of
Ortie McManiual, testified at the brib
ery trial of Clarence S. Harrow that
Harrow had brought him to Ios An- ;
geles to get Ortie .McMaiiigal to repudi- ,
ate his confession.
"Truth or no truth, you've got to
get him to come across,'' Harrow toid
the witni'ss. he testified. ;
When, at Harrow's request. Judge i
Hutton admonished the witness not j
to talk to anyone about his testimony !
before court today. Assistant Histric-t
Attorney W. Joseph Eord declared he
was going to talk to I'.chm anyway.
Auto Kills Sugar Expert.
Champaign, 111., June 13. C. E.
Wood, a special scientific Investigator
for the Porto Uican suuar producers,
died yesterday from injuries received
in an automobile accident.
REPORT OF THE CONDITION
I'm I IU!
At the close of business June 14, 1912.
'I THROW IT AWAY
Don't give or throw away any gar
ment until you find out whether or
not we can restore it to usefulness.
Our process for cleaning men and
women's garments is without equal
and it insures good results.
Our prices are moderate our
Suits pressed by hand.
CLEANING, ritESSIXt;, KEIWI.tlXtJ
Telephone West 317.
YE TOG SHOP
G. . BAKER
! 1807 y2 Second Avenue.
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IUhiiii HO I test Ituildlng
Telephone West 021.
Shampooing, manicuring, scalp
massage, facial massage, hair
dressing, hair goods and toilet
Move oi Now!
says a police-man to a afreet crowd,
an elvvhacks heads If It doesn't. "Move
on now," says the big, harsh mineral
pills to bowel congestion and suffer
ing follows. Dr. King's New Life I'll!
'don't bulldoze the bowels. They gefit
' ly persuade them to right action, and
health follows. 25c at all druggists.
ail Dealers jfQc
F. F. DALLEY CO.. Ltd.
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