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VtW KUUJV isiWLMJ AKGUS, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 8, 1912.
MANY BILLS ARE
REPORTED IN BY
THE GRAND JURY
THE DENTIST OF THE STONE AGE AND
True bill to the number of 18 were
returned to the circuit court yester
day afternoon by the September term
of the grand1 Jury. Some of the In
dictments are againBt the same per
son on different charges and In all 14
persons are named. Part of the in
dictments axe withheld pending the
arrest of the i.idicted. Those made
public today follow:
Fred B. McCullom of Milan, charg
ed with selling liquor to a minor.
Jack Goodwin, named In four In
dictments charging false pretenses
and obtaining money by means of a
Dominic Gillespie, larceny of furs
from Young & McCombs' store.
Jefferson D. O'Neil, charged with
attempting to murder Amos Klrby
with an ax Aug. 2.
George Davis, robbery,
i Silas Bender, two indictments
chanting burglary and larceny.
Pedro Gonsalea and Jesse Vigil,
chargpd with robbery.
Three cases wore reported by the
Jury as Ignored. They were those
against F. Longwen of Moline, charg
ced with attempting to poison his
daughter, William Kewsum. larceny
and Ceorge W. Evans, colored, of Mo
line' for the murder of William Gar
net, also colored.
mil IS AGAIN
HEAD OF LIBRARY
Th? board of directors of the public
library met last evening and Presi
dent C. J. Larkin and Screfary J. W.
Welch were reelected for the ensuing
ear n:id the various committees ap
pointed. Miss Ellen Gale, librarian,
was s.i'.ected as a delegate to .the
State Librarian's association meeting
which will be held in St. Louis from
Oct. 24 to 26. The librarian's report
was received and bills for the month
H. li. UuBhnell, division engineer
for the l.llnols highway commission,
spent today in Rock Island for the
purpose of making an examination of
the city's bridges across Kock river.
With Major H. M. Sehriver, t'ommis-
OF LOCAL INTEREST
&om People We Know and We Will
Profit by Hearing About Them.
This is a purely local event.
It to.k place in Hock Island.
Not in soma faraway place.
You are asked to investigate it.
Ask to believe a citizen's word:
TO confirm a citizen's statement.
Any article that Is endorsed at home
Is more worthy of confidence
Than one you know nothing about,
Kudorted by unknown people.
L. Range, 728 Seventeenth street,
Kock IslunU. 111., tajs: "In 18UT I gave
a public statement recommending
1 loan's Kidney Pills. tinre them I
Imw used them once in awhile and
they have kept me free from kidney
-oniplaint. For many years my back
n In such bad shape that I could
hardly move. Tho action of my kid
neys was irregular and painful and I
UBS in had shape when I began using
Dunn's Kidney Pillb. 1 got them at
the Ilurper House pharmacy and they
restored my kidneys to a norma! con
r'or. sa by all dt 2ers. Price 50
cents. Foster-Milbum company. Buf
falo, N. V., sole agents for the United
Kemember the name Doan's and
take no other. (Advertisement.)
ARE.NOT the Half-Made Kind
Pay Us An Honest
IUJNOIS THEATER BUILDIN&
S-ZS- v - V
i -Co A BTT?
sioner R. R. Reynolds and City Engin
eer Wallace Treichlef", he visited the
bridges this morning. He will recom
mend repairs and improvements nec
essary to put the bridges into first!
class order a-id when that Js done the j
city will tender them to the county, i
The county must assume charge and
ownership of them provided they
have first been put in repair in ac
cordance with Mr. BushneU'B recom
mendations. SATURDAY HOLIDAY;
BANKS TO BE CLOSED
All banks in the city will be clos
ed next Saturday Inasmuch as tl?
day is a l(gal holiday to commemoi
ate the anniversary of the lauding on
American soil of Christopher Colum
bus, the, intrepid discoverer cf the
"new world." The day will bo observ
ed locally by the Knights of Colum
bus who will give an entertainment
at the Illinois theatre to which the
general public Ms invited. Judge i
1 Kirkam Pcanlan of Chicago will be
the orator. !
C. H. DAVIS ORIGINATES
PLAN TO SAVE ABUTMENT
i "To Charles H. Davis of Rc.-k Is ;
i land, retired veteran Kock Itlnd road I
engineer, belongs the credit for the 1
preservation of the old bridge abut-,
ment on Rock Island arsenal," stat-
ed a citizen this morning. "The r-iory
which appeared in The Argus Satur-!
! day night foiled to mention him a!-;
! thxugh it was due to hi:n that the ;
matter was taken up."
j It s.ior.is that Mr, Davis originated ;
j the idea of saving the old bridge
jabuter.ie-.it and Interested others iu j
j the project who called upon Colonel
j G. W. Burr at Rock Island arsenal j
I and enlisted his sympathies and car-1
i at ion as w as told in Saturday's paper.
When our reliable tailors, Ed.
V. Price & Co., cut and make
your clothes, you have the
assurance that they must be
honestly constructed as well
as correct in fit and style.
IF OTHERWISE. YOU ARE
not obliged to accept them.
Remember they stand the
Price $25 or So
( MV )
The. part played by Mr. Davis was
such that he deserves recognition. "
Yesterday Mr. Davis together with
E. E. Davis of Rock Island, E. K. Put
m:ra of Davenport and William A.
Vecee of Moline, the committee which
interested Colonel G. W. Burr in the
project, visited the abument with the
ct.mmandant and inspected and ap
proved of the work done. Colonel
Burr was voted thanks for the inter
est he has shown in the matter.
A design for a bronze tablet to sur
mount the abutment is now being pre
MOLINE BULL MOOSE TO
ADDRESS CHURCH CLUB
Frank G. Allen of Moline will ad-
drees Trinity Men's club at the first
of the season's meeting tonight at the
parish house. His topic will be "Why
I Support Roosevelt.'.' S. It. Ken
vorthy is to talk on "Why I Support
Wilson" and J. K. Scott on "Why I
Dancing School Opens.
Professor Jolly opens his dancing
academy this evening at 7:30 o'clock
at the Industrial hall and a large at
tendance is expected. The dances
will be h")d each Tuesday, Thursday
r.nd Saturday evening and practice
will oonrm'neo at 7:30 o'clock and
continue until 8: SO after which regu
lar dar.cis will be held until 12
c'clock. Wrixoa's orchestra will
Boys Are Held.
Alvin Bloom, Kent Holland, and
Gerrga Luecke of Moiine, implicated
in the shooting cf William Lay, wera
given a hearing yesterday afternoon
before Judge Vhi;es:de and were
placed under $500 which was fur
f.ithed. Elks Hold First Meeting.
The Elks held the first meeting of
the nevv season last nfght. Plans for
a i extensive membership ' campaign
were distussed. A social session fol
lowed the business meeiing.
Laugh and Live Lcng.
Tt hai been aptly mild that there Is
not the remotest corner of the Inlet of
the minute M'xhI vessels of the human
body that des not feel some wavelet
from the convulsions occasioned by
pood hearty lancbter. The life princi
ple of the central man is shaken to Its
Innermost depths, sending new tides of
life ami strength to the surface, thus
materially tending to insure good
health to the persons wbo Indulge
therein. The blood moves more rapidly
and conveys a different Impression to
all the organs of the body as It visit
them on that particular mystic Joorney
when the man in laughing from that
conveyed at other times. For this rea
son every good, hearty laugh In which
a person Indulges tends to lengthen bit
life, conveying as It does new and dla
tioct stimulus to the vital forces.
What Wellington Was Ooing.
When Sir John Steell. the sculptor,
had the Iron Duke sitting for statue
he tried to Induce him to loot warlike.
All bis efforts were Id rain. However,
for Wellington seemed. Judirfnc by his
face, never to have heard of Waterloo
or Ta la vera. At last Sir Jobn lost bis
patience. "As I am going to make this
statue of yonr grace." be exclaimed,
"can yoo not tell me what you were
doing before, say. the tsttle of Sala
manca? Were you oot galloping a boot
the field, cheering on your men to
deed of ralor by words and action T" '
"BabT said the duke Id evident
scorn. "If you really want to model
me aa I was en the mornins of Sala
manca, then do me crawling a ions a
ditch on my stomach witn a telescope
fa my liai-dr
brother." said. tht. deacon.
If Mot-Wluy Not?
WaaHiHMMa eeipaaaaa"" M mm MaaakHiaHHH a mm mm sbw
Every time, I sell a Suit or Overcoat I've
made a friend and the friend made
You don't have to wait for Removal or
Forced Out of Business Sales to get
Real Bargains, I've been giving them
everv day for the past three years in Moline
and Kock Island on new up-to-date
"Made To Your Individual
Measure Suits and Overcoats"
I've got 10,000 friends who will tell you
the same story; and that's no jolly, either.
Help me make it 50.000 and save Five $ in
cash for yourself.
Fi'' 'St ,
-tnat was a tine prayer yon made last
"Thank yon. deacon. I am very glad
to hear yoo say so." ,
"Yes. It was a splendid prayer, long
and fervent. And. say. what have yon
been dolnu anyway? You can confide
In me with the utmost confidence. I
wouldn't betray you for anything In
the world." Chicago. Ilecord-Her.ild.
TROUBLES OF THE EAR. "
Many of Them Are Caused by Abuses
of Some Kind.
The best wny to care for the ear is
to study the things not to do. It Is one
of the mo.st independent of organs,
knowing very well how to take care of
Itself. If it Is duly respected little
trouble or none will result In cases
where something unforeseen goes
wrong a physician should be consulted
Almost all troubles of the ear are due
to abuses of some kind. The wax
seems to worry a great many people,
and In tbelr concern they usually maa
age to seriously Interfere with Its
functions. In the healthy ear the wax.
or cerumen, is a tbin yellowish tluld
that thickens Into a paste aa it dries.
Nature provides for Its natural exit
from the ear passage by nnlting It with
the tiny flakes of dend skin which fall
outward unnoticed either by seeing or
feeling. Thus wax does not accumu
late In a healthy ear. which has Just
enough to make sticky the stilT little
hairs that grow In the paaage.
Instruments should neTer be poked
Into the ear by the Inexperienced nor
Acquainted With He?
THE POPULAR TAILOR
WITH A POPULAR PRICE
wads of material continually mopped
and squeezed Into the opening for
cleansing. Usually such treatment In
duces an Increase or caking of wax.
not water Is the best solvent for wax.
103 to 115 degrees F. If the Deed of it
Is Imperative gently syringe the ear
with it Cotton plugs In the ear are
useful at times, but should be used no
more than absolutely necessary, for
they obstruct the cnnal and Interfere
with the natural way of casting oil
THE SUN AS AN ARTIST.
Discovery Upon Which Turn All the
Wonders of Photography.
There la a wide variety In the pace
at which the sun can give a color or
change It A winter apple may be a
month In reaching its ruddiness, a
peach may take only one week to flush
Into Its mantle of maturity, but the
most nimble work of the solar ray In
its decoration of fruit and flower la not
to be compared with what It accom
plishes In other departments. When its
power was brought to bear noon some
familiar chemicals it. was found that
its action was reduced frym days to
Upon this discovery tarn all the won
ders of photography. At first silver
nitrate or Innar caustic, as It was
commonly called was osed In the cam
era. From time to time other sub
stance? of greater and greater sensi
tiveness to light have been produced,
every one of them successively giving
the solar beam a wider play and mora
Today, with the exposnre of a photo
graphic plate, not only are the beatings
of an Insect's wings caught In the cam
era, bat also the path of a cannonball.
the skyward flight 'of exploded rock,
and the sinuous glint of lightning.
Chicago Becord Herald.
; ORIGIN OF THE PEARL
The Prizad Gsm" Only the Brilliant
Sarcophagus of a Worm.
; Science has discovered the real ori
gin of the pearl to be a worm. Dr.
Ou?h M. Smith gives some Interesting
Information on this subject La the Na
tional Geographic Magazine.
tVe know that almost any foreign
body a grata of sand, a Lit of mud or
shell,' a piece of seaweed or a small
animal may by Its Irritation cause the
molhMk to cover it with nacre and
make It toe nucleus of a peart but the
largest part of the annual pearl crop
P the world U due to rar&aites ihat
1805 Second Avenue
normally pass a part of tbelr li'fe cycle
within the shell of the pearl oyster.
Minute spherical larvae of marine
worms known as cestodea become im
bedded In the soft tissues, as many as
forty having been found in one Ceylon
oyster. As the result of irritation the
oyster forms a protecting sac nbout the
Intruder, and then. If the larva dies. Its
body Is gradually converted Into car
bonate of lime, and the pearly mass
proceeds to grow with the shell.
If the larva lives it may pass Into
the body of the strong Jawed trigger
fishes which prey on the pearl oysters,
there undergoing further development
Ultimately It reaches the body of the
great rays, which in turn eat the trig
ger flsbes. In the rays the'worms at
tain full development and produce lar
vae that are cast into the sea and find
lodgment In pearl oysters. Thus tba
cycle Is begun once more. i
We may literally accept the saying
of a celebrated French Investigator
that "the-most beautiful-oearl Is In re
Tape's Diapepsin" Relieves
Your Indigestion in Five
Sour, gassy, unset stomach, indiges
tion, heartburn, dyspepsia; when the
food you eat ferments Into gases and
stubborn lumps; your head aches and
you feel sick and miserable, that's
when you realize the magic in Pape's
Diapepsin, It makes such misery van
ish in Ave' miautes.
If your stomach is in a continuous
revolt if you can't get it regulated,
please, for your sake, try Diapepsin.
It'a so needless to have a bad stom-
lach make your next meal a favor
ite food meal, then take a little Dla-!
pepsin. There will not be any dis-
irese eai vtunoui iear. us because
Pape's Diapepsin "really does" regu
late weak, out-of-order stomachs that
gives it it's millions of sales annu
ally. Get a large SO-cent case of Pape'a
Diapepsin from any drug atore. It is
the quickest surest stomach relief
and cure known. It acta almost like
magic it is a scientific, harmless and
pleasant preparation which truly be
longs In every home. (Adv.).
amy only the brilliant aarcoph lgua OX
"Now," began the philosopher, "taka
the life of your neighbor, for Instance.
Td do It In a minote," Interrupted
the practical man. "if the law would
not Interfere. De'a learning to play
"What did you mean by starting the
story that I was an unbeliever In the
Scriptures?" asked the deacon In great
"Well, deekln." said the man wbo
bad originated the .report. you know
you told me that all you said about
that boss I bought was as true aa goe
pill. An' you know bow true It was."
"Er ah," said the deacon. j --f
Didn't Go In.
"I see yon passed a candy store oa
your way home this evening."
"How In the world did yon know
"Because you didn't bring any candy
with you." Houston I'ost
"I'd like to see the man who ertald
persnade me to promise to love, honor
and obey blm." said AI ins Wei la long.
"I don't blame you." replied the pert
young bride Chicago IWocu tl era Id.
Tbere is not n single moment in life
that we can afford t j lose. Goulburn.
o we Lave &4 one ouiiamg
IN WOOOLAWN ADDITION
These lots are the best invest-
ment proposition in the city S
and are selling fast You can ii
BUY THESE LOTS ON EASY 8
J. G. WOODBURY 8
Room 219-220 Safety Building
Telephone Wsst 802. - ...
Residence Phone West H77-L