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WOMEN ORDERED :
WITH ONLY FOUR WIVES LEFT, POOR
OLD ABDUL HAMID LEADS SIMPLE LIFE
REMAINS OF HUGH
WILL REST HERE
THE ROCK ISLAXD ARGUS. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 19, 1912.
0mmJ T;T"j-V V-- "
Inmates of Disorderly House
Caught in Yesterday's Raid
Are All Fined.
PLACE IS AGAIN CLOSED
Proprietress Had Been Away Waiting
for Grand Jury Scare to Blow
"The womfn of the crimson district
must no." said Commissioner Archie
Hart this morning, apropose U th
laid on the Nell Hill joint
.-:erday noon, as a result of which
liit- seven women were fined and or
dered out of town. "With their de
parture the city in now clean, to the
best of my knowledge." The won.-n
vere arraijmed in police court yester
l:iy afternoon and paid fines of $10
tnd costs each, while Nell Hill was
fcnsessed $25 and costs. The women
r,. i)d by C'oTrjiniBKiorit-r Han tlia:.
In- would Kive thetn until 10 o'clock
this morning to report to the chief of
police and apprise him of the trair.s
fliey intended to take out of the city.
1 n until 11 o'clock thin mornitif: none
o! thern had put in an appearance.
At trie tune thai the grand jury went
tfltfl SeHSloU. Nell Hill closed up the
house and departed for a sojourn in
Wisconsin, having received a tip
lroni boiii'; source that the jury
v ould probably investigate tiie
c Uorderly houswb. After the Krand
Jury adjourned and everything
had blown over, wab thought
I'iiit it would be sale to
t uck to the old Bland and yesterday
riorums a landlady catne here from
('liitiiK'i iu rospouse to an invitation
liotn Nell, and six nirls. all compara
tive strangers, according to 'he po-
l.ce, were secured
The police were
t .pp"i off and shortly
r...led the joint capturing Nell Hill
end the following Kirls: Hazel Kdar,
r'''-lla I.aiiK, ara Ilimda. N'Hlte
C.lW-Me. Victoria I.orville und llernice
Jl ST SHHTK1I.
According to the etutetnent of Cum-
r irsiotier Hart this morning the place
l-an no' been running fince the pre i
v ioiih raid He also Htated that one
v eek i!K the polwe investigated the
place and found It closed, but it is a
-veil known fart that this report has collection of affinities once the larg
l.. i-n In operation on the quiet conttn- est and rinest in exist, net ai.d
tiKtisly. up until the grand jury ses counts on the finders "f on hand all
riiti threw a scare Into the girls of
the detnl monde.
iu (i n:i.
An nld mail ha; for the past two
t.niirt.s acted an i. i)id :nit i-nd has
1 1 in untiuiied at the alley entrance
11 Sixteenth street. The windows
l:,e 1 n heavily curtained to pre-
tit it ray of light escaping and every
'Ti rt has been made to keep Its opera-
tfiti n'cret. Men who appeared all
t.iht to the lookout have been passed
into the resort, but In cases where it
v as suspected that the prospective
vas seeking to gather incriminating
Idence, he has been Informed that
t! e pliice was closed
"To the best of my knowledge, there
ire no disorderly houses in 'he city
pt rl.e present time." concluded Hart,
"but should there be any effort to
Mart up aKaln. the offenders will be
r'ven out of town and their pla,,'s
Loses Entire Stake in Rock Is
land Joint and Is Compelled
to Sleep in Box Car.
Robbed of every cent which he pos
sessed in a gambling house iu Rock
Island, and compelled to seek a bed in
ii box ear. C. Fehrtnati was
this morning brought into po
lice lourt booked as a dis
orderlv. He was rlued $r and costs
and beir.g unable to pay. was taken
to th county jail
Fcbi man nine here from MuscaTir.e
cud lost every cent of bis money
jtambling. "If it were not for your ac-
cursed gambling houses here. 1 wou.d
r.ot have to be sle.-pitig in a box car."
'touted the prisoner in trenibline
t' ties. "It's our camblitig hells hire
that i i out us poor sin kers and
11. en threw i:s into the street
Fhrnian was unable to gie the
bua'iot. of the place where he lout h'.s
Returns to Old SUr.d.
Heiity Mrtir is again tiie own1
the l.org View Floral company.
I'ifteen'h street, which he conducted
If You Eat You Need Digestit
His New Relief for Indigestion
It has been stated that more than;
:i:h- i" i:.on r.M.tde i:: 'he Fnited
S ales are :c:i;r.s of some form of in-
c:.ttn,r. The Americcn people lo
I .t Line time vr.oug'u to eat. The re-
t: it is iitoir.ach tronb!t. gas. belching
ind'.tii-.-tii n and d speps.a
Diaesf.t is the new relvf it has
len found a certain, quick and per-
1- anent remed. Thontands of peo-
pie have found r.-.ief from its use.
1 iii.i owu statement on tiie in our
fee 4Cuss. a
1 '4 '
l? (S lOVizioMF
Abdul Hamld and some
If you have any feeling in your j
heart for th unfortunate and the
downtrod, then pity poor old Abdul
llamid. Turkeys ex-sultan who is
now in exil '. Weep with him over :
wretched lot. Not because he has ;
been deprived of bib throne- -that was
a piece t.f good fortune. Turkish
thrones are a liability rather than an
asset these days. You should rather
extend your sympathy by reason of
the fact that bard times have come
upon him, and he can now afford only
four wives to comfort him in his de-
What a pi'iful situat.ion for a man
to be in who was nne a sultan and
could afford 180 wives How his heart
inmt bleed wh n he looks ovr
'hat he has left. A most melancho y
It is not alone in this regard that ,
Abdul is now leading t'i- simple life.'
He rinds that it's no eiisy task fori
a f. How to do out and make a living ,
-even if he has btt-n a king, or a sul-,
tan, once. In fact. Ab (that's what j
his friends call him for short), is;
rathr of the opinion that being a j
king iinlits a man f'r any oil. -r oc
cupation. So he doesn't do much
of anything, except to figure on how
to got through the rest of his life
for a number of years prior to his dis
posing of tbe business a ( uv vest is
ago. He buys the btisn.ei-.s from H
N. Hensley. The latter w il , however,
continue bis floral retail store on
Mr. and Mrs. .1. F. Uauinann. 1"K.
Fourth avenue, yesterday morn'ng we.
coined a baby girl in'o The family i ;i
cie. Arthur and Herbert Wells of Avoa,
Iciwa. formerly of this ci'y. spent yes
titday in Rock IsianJ visiting oil
Fred Hat-.er and C. 1! Marshwel! of
Sterling visited with Mr. and Mrs '.
, W. Peterson in Rock Is'and yesterday
;enrotite to St. Joseph, Mo
Mis Helen Hedl.erg of !'H Fourteenth-and-a-half
street has gone to
Coal Valley to spi :ul Sunday with her
covsin. Miss H;!n:a .Ichnson.
Rev. .1 F. fickwcod of C'liii ago spent
ftruay in Rock island visiting
imor.p ni friends ff the clergy, leav-
nK thi morning fr Monmouth
Mips Florence K. M' I ar.d'.ers. dauii-
it.r tlf Dr u jj MrCandless. now at-
tending 1 .ake Forest college, has just
been honored by a position on the edi-
torial staff of the Junior annual, the
F rester This honor come? to Miss
Mi t'ar.diess. net ot.ly in recognition of
bcr i.t.-rary abilities, but also as an
ixrrtF 'en of her popularity w:-h h?r
l.a'ne Forest frifnds.
Court Convene Morday.
The rtr u!t court is to be convened
Monday afternoon n p-.i rstsar.ee with
ti.e decision of Ju.ipe K. C (.rave?
wliea adjournment was taken several
office are proof.
You can rry it for
any risk -if it fans
to give you absolute satisfaction your
n.or.ev will te return.nl Hrnan n Ti.-
i a tablet ea:-y u swallow ana
absolutely bar:;:iefi It relieves iz-
digestion almost :r.tar.tiy. stops food
fermentation, prevents d'.strefs aft-T
eatim? a-"d cures dyspvtsia. Ycu need
11 pv,n (hough yoa are cot sick It
digest.on and gi.s ;.ou a'.l the
The Harper House rharic&f).
1 i diversions.
a fair it mnriPRt Inromp
iair.y niousi. income.
! miKin'i h.. inferred from the re-
markK ...t made that Abdul i. in
fear of going to the poorhouse. He
aWayK wa8 a thrifty cuss, and while
ile was sultan of the Turks grafting
was very good. When the young
Turks invited him to leave the coun-
try he had deposits in English, Ger-
man and American banks totaling( Miss Smith, who has not fully recov
$i:.ed0.ooO. All of his old royal sock8 pred from the effects of the burns and j
were stuned witn money, ana after
he had abdicated $7,500,000
tound in the treasury boxes of the .
royal palaces. !
When Abdul decided to leave Tux-;
key he had an ambition to become
an author. He thought he could com-
niand a pretty good income writing ,
books. He soon found, however, that
wriiins books isn't as easy a job as;
i: looks, and he fell back on his old
bobby, carpentering. As sultan this
was his favorite diversion when nor ;
enjoying the women of his harem or;
attending some special performance
or opera given in his honor.
Now he divides his time between
his arpenter shop, his pipe and cig-
arets. and his four lone wives. He
leads the simple lire. Ana tnat is
much different from the life he led
when sultan, for in the old days as
we have said before, he had at least
.ho wives, and so much money that
ho cou d get anything desired by his
PREVENTS A VOTE
Judge McKinley in Superior
Court in Chicago Grants
A teb'grum received a' Rock Island
last c niug announced that Judge Me
Kin'i;. in the superior court at Clu
r;i'o had granted Addison Jones, a
ntttni,r of the Modern Woodmen of
Ann ib a an injunction restraining the
society's executive coiiDcil from sub
mlttir.r to a referendum the question
ef accejitinp or condemning the read
justment of rates made at Chicago in
.!!! iiapy. U'12. by the head camp, the
sen tety's supreme legislative body.
The petitioner in this case attacked
tlie eonstittitionali'y of the law- pro
vidit.p for the referendum which the
legislature of Illinois adopted in spe
cial m .-r-ion last May. He furthe r ai
bcfd t'..a' the new rate s were net es-
' sar 'o enable the society to carry out
:ts ejtistii.g contracts, that tht :r re-
: peal would he fatal te the sreiety, and
he. as the holder since 1S9 of a
hi r.eficinry certificate for $ i.iXiu, would
suffer irr.parable injury.
Ui iiiijuiry at the Modern Woodmen
offl'-A it was stated that Mr. Jone.i
was i:n;ion there and that nothing
wa "krown of his proreedicg except
that the injunction would have the ef
i feet cf siisj ending for the time being
the plans for tbe holding of the refer-'
did an: whose preparation had ben in
; rustej to a committee of the execu
tive r o;:n il.
aki. ki ORite Hive.r.n.
! Part ttifi clT.viarM en .9 t r 4
Mrs Edward Floerchinger, who reside
on Ninth street, in Sears, died vest- r-
day afternoon at 3:3o o'clock at the
hon.e tfter a short illness of throat
trouble. The parents and one sister.
M?rie. survive. The funeral wa held
this morning at lo o'clock from the
l.euie w i-h interment in Chippiannot k
Thomas Herman, a former resident
cf Rctk Island, is dead at his tome in
Q lir.ry. a c rding to wt.rd teejved
rt is morr.:r:g by Mrs. Mary A. Mart,
La n.i.ilis at 27 jo Fiflh uvenvie. i
Crippled Newsboy Whose Death
Followed Heroic Act to Be
Buried at Briar Bluff.
HIS BODY COMING MONDAY
Public Funeral Service Will Be Held
for Him In the Methodist
Church at Gary, Ind.
"BllJy" Rugh, the heroic newsboy, !
formerly of Rook Island, who gave his
life that a younj- Gry. Ind., girl might
live, will he brought back here for j
burial at the Briar Bluff burying
grounds. Final arrangements have not
been made, but it le probable that the '
services will be Monday. Citizens of
Gary, Ind.. where Rugh lived for some
years back and where he was known
to everybody as the crippled newsboy.
are planning on erecting a monument
I in his memory. Of his deed, enough
j as already been told in - the news
; papers of the land to make everyone
familiar with it. He willingly sacrl-
! ficed his crippled lee that Miss Ethel
Smith, who had been burned in an ;
! explosion of gasoline, might live. The
leg was amputated at the Gary General
hospital and the skin grafted upon the
bums which Miss Smith had received,
Both patients rallied from the opera-
tion, but Rugh developed pneumonia i
Tuesday, and, although nurses and
physicians combated the disease with
all skill availaDle, he died Thursday.
MISS SMITH miKS AT F..
Thomas E. Knotts, mayor of Gary, j
, . , .
A- c" u ind.iniiianuiia " sir ua,
announcing that a public funeral
over the body of Rnch ould be held .
at the First Methodist church of Gary
tomorrow afternoon at 2 o'clock; the
other proclaiming that a public meet-
mg would be held Monday niht at the
Gary hotel for the purpose of raising
money for the monument.
me operation, was Kepi m ignorance
of the death of her benefactor until
late yesterday afternoon. Her mother
was telling a friend of Hugh's death.
and the girl, lying in the next room,
overheard the remarks Tears rolled
down her cheeks as she called her
mother to her side. Mrs. Smith then
told her daughter of the death of Ktich.
"I am so sorry." Miss Smith said,
"He gave his life for me and I could do
nothing for him."
TO III II. I) MOM MKVI'.
One hundred dollars has already
been subscribed to the fund fo
permanent memorial. G. V. kidgelv.
an attorney of Gary, has been nppo.nt
cd temporary treasurer of the William
Ru!n h,,,. fl;m,
Mayor Knorrs ii his proclamation
named William A. Wirt, superintend
ent of sihojls of Gary; A. M Killer, a
: banker and president of the Gary Y. M.
C. A , aitd W. P. Gleason. general su
perintendent of the Illinois Steel om
! pany, as a committee to have charge
! of soliciting funds for the statue. A
bronze tablet with an appropriate in
' scriptifn will be erected at Sixth ave
j nue and Broadway, where Rush sold
Arrangements have been made where
by Miss Smith may attend the funeral
.services, should her physician find her
riTiZK.vs m cr.ns nov
Rock Island, Oct. lit Editor The
i Argus: I noticed in the Chicago Tri-
j bune a statement that Billy Rueh. the
t.ewsboy of Gary, who was born in
.this city, and who practically gave his
life that the young lady who was burn -
migiit live, is to be brought fronv
l is mother. Would it not be fitting
that a deputation of Rock Islanders.
t be selected by the mayor, attend
RASH SPREAD TO
u mm back
Eruptions on Face, Itched and
oinnea. resierea. UKinuryana
Sea!). Sleep Outof Question. Cu-
itcura So?p and Ointment Cured.
r j I-.... m .
739 Roach Avr.. Indianapolis, Ind. "At
tl rst 1 noticed small eruptions on my face.
The trouble bc?an aa a rash. It looked
like red pimples. In a few
daj tory spread to ray
arms and lck. The y
itched and burned so badly
that I scratched t m and
of course tbe resLilt was
blood and matter. Tno
eruptions festered, broke,
opeiiel acd dried up leaving
tbe fkln dry and iraly. I
pent many Steeplers nishts. my back, arm 3
and face burning and Itching; aVvp was
J.'.a-ijy and simply out of the quxtion.
The trouble also caused disfigurement. My
diguing Irritated the breaking out.
-By this time I had used several well
known remedies without success. The
trouble continued. Then I began to use
the sample of Cutk-ur Soap and Ointment.
Within seven or eight days I noticed gratify
ing results. After receiiir.? the uciUi-nt
returns I purchased a. fuii-sized rake of
Cuticura Soap and a box of Cuti-t.ra irit
inert and in about eigbteen or ir-jntj days
Bt cure vas complete. I truthfully ir-rom-dend
Cuticura Sap and Ointment to spy
suflercr of aiiin disaM " ttignc-d) 2,1 i j
Katharine WcCalistor. Apr. 12. 1912.
Cuticura oap and Cuticura Ointment ara
sold throughout the world. A Eiagle set Is
ofteB sufficient IJboral sample of ea'-h
mailed free. Kh 32-p. Skin Book. Addrs
fs-rard - Cuticura. Ix t. T. Ht4ton."
Ti-ndT :aced men suollkI iur'-;ticurj
' - ? -. ing a :ic. Jc uz.i3 Uim.
( Advertise, mem).
competitors, who sell mostly on the in
Come in and look over our line be
fore you buy. We'll be glad to show you.
Altetu Mvers & Company
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the interment at Biar Bluff of this
"Greater love hath no man than i
tl.is, that a man lay down his life for :
his friends." CITIZEN. :
Fred Stegall was picked up in a box !
car lust nirht :ind v ;i ft about to he:
,.!j.,j ,,... n-v.n h,a :
lntornH'd ,ne tlial ue mtenuea ;
to visit relatives in the city. Names , juries would not prove dangerous and cd relativfs here last Thursday,
were given and the parties commuui-' that his chances for recovery were ; Hampson and family were vlsit
cated with in order to determine ! f,ood. The boy was badly bruised and i ors In the tri-cities last week,
whether the man's story was genuine, j there was also slight evidence of in-1 Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Wilson have
The relatives appeared at the station ! ternal Injuries. ' returned home from Brooklyn where
and identified Stegall as an uncle and Swanson, who is the son of Mr. and! they attended the funeral of a rela-
he was dismissed.
Hugo Strombach of Galeshurg came
1 ,. 1 J . . .1. 1,1 1 ,.rtct..r... .1 V 1
.... ., . , . ... .
miu.xicaieu. lie pain ine cosis idis
morning and departed for home.
Afraid to come to town for fear he!
would lose bis way, John McDonough,
lingered in the railroad yards last
r.JKht and was bunking in a box car. j
wnen ne was found hy an ollicor. lie:
was fined SI and costs.
Emaniual liruman and Josus I.una,
two Mcxieanos. were about to hack
each other upon the streets of Milan,
when the marshal placed rhem under,
arrest. They were fined ?100 and
costs each in police court. i
Tom Martenich told the judge h ;
was sleeping in a box car because j
he had no boarding place. He was j
extended the courtesies of the jaii !
for 12 days and will be permitted to '
take light exercise to incite an appe
tite. The chocolate disturbance between
Nellie Welch and Cora Mack, which
was scheduled for hearing yesterday,
has been continued un(il Tuesday
morning at ! o'clock.
BROWN'S COLLEGE TO
GRADUATE 22 STUDENTS
j The animal commencement exercis
i es of Brow n's Business col.ege will
be held at the Illinois theatre Thurs-
day, Oct. 24 at 8 o'clock. Those who j
w ill receive diplomas at this time are: l
The Misses Edna Carlson, i.ucia
: Kerch. Bessie Petersen. Gladys Mc-;
1 Burney, Gladys Wright. Ru'h Berg-j
; trom. Winnifred Invyer, Mildred Car
;eiger, Kflie Boyer. F.orence F.nglish,
Le; iore Kuglish, Florence Bergeson.
HMen Wagner, Gertrude Mager and
Herrv Smith. J. M. Theus, Walter
1, rst. Ix.uis (Moor. William Gramnn.
and Benjamin Kie-s. The class that
received their diplomas April 17 will
participate in the exer'ises and the
merr.bets are as follows:
Katherine Burton, Wiiliam Hiede
inann, blanche Haddick, Cora John
son, Mary Mcl.eod, Stanley Taber, Kl
mcr Schuck, .Myrtle Clark, Theodore
anrs. z..iu f. aster, Verie voiugei.
wait. r Beim, charies Morton. Ger
! ,rude In"nt'"- Kunl", -M''hin, Jos-
t ph Scbroeder, Cari Geiger, Saraii
Montoinery, Catiierina Smith. I'aul
fi?cht, Fred Krueer, Guy Coulter,
Frieda Scboenin. Lillian Yon Frjstel,
'url Cronhclm. Kl:na Downing. Mar
tha. Huss. Richard Liilt, Kdna Miunis,
( i;.rf nro Nelson. Kvelyn Opdycke.
Kdiih Roberts. John Wood burn, Ray-
noiid Kuil, Rulii McGinnis, Norman
Tbe profrrani includes an address
by 1. G. Rennick of F'eoria, an over-
r-.re by rhe orchestra, violin solo by
Char cj Olson, cluss recommendat ion
by Superir (f ndent M. R. Iie.vcy arai
a steriotvpe demonstration.
I Buehler Bros.
; But hli r Bros w iah to it.form the
! public that pork steak will ne sold to
rt iv at their market for 10 ci nta per
;pc:;r.d. trie price of cents in th-ir
'ad ;esteidav beir.c a ryp.f:riphicbl
( : ror. i Adver'isfcn.:-nr i.
j E!k Attention.
; P.ei)i2r m.c-tine cf Ffork Island
: lodge B. P. O. K. No 'ji Monday even
I ii.g Oct. 21. 1312. Ki -cnon.
H. W. C(JZ.M), KxaRed Rui, r.
Autoist Appeals Case.
! H. A. Barnard of Moline vas arres?
sx last evenir.g by the io,-il police f .r
failure to have t.:.- auto ilhts hu.-:i-
,iL. lit was bLcd $10 ana cosiu in
JWl Stoves have
for QUALITY and STYLE,
and our prices are so low
that we are frequently
told we are from $5
to $10 lower than our
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police court this morning but appealed !
I to the circuit court.
ARE NOT SERIOUS
u was stated today by the physician ;
in nSnri, n9 T.-,lin Qvansnn n I. in. !
i :i .. .... . ...i. i.., ,
ix ui mjuoim i.upu, uU lV
an automob.lo yesterday, that h.s in
Mrs. J. P. Swanson, 2023 Fourth ave -
nue, was riding on a bicycle and had!
i cached a point on Sixth avenue be-1
T-... . flo TnrAn annnn.l I
. . u v . t . '
sireeia wueu lie who ttirucn oy an auiu :
j driven by A. B. DuVon, manager of I William Eckhardt of Anuawan call
the Hock Island Lumber company. One ! ed on friends here last week.
of the hack wheels passed over the
(ViAN COMPLETE WRECK
nc Drcin t nr nDiMi
ntOULi ur unimrv
I A most pitiful sight was witnessed
i at the police court this morning when
mi man. fif v-earn of ace. his nerves
twitching and every muscle shaking
as (hough from palsy, was brought tot
tering before the judge, a physical and
nervous v. reck from a prolonged spree.
He was about to succumb to an at-
tack of the delirium tremens, and so
fearful was his condition, that Ihe
least effort on his part to move was
accompanied by convulsive shudders
!ind a twitching of the muscles which
fairly shook the benches.
He gave his name as William Sack
field. He is a coal miner at Gilchrist,
111. He was arrested yeslerday after
noon, so intoxicated that his mind
was a blank. He stated this morning
that he had been on the spree for (he
past week. Relatives in the city were
communicated with and they took the
old man in charge.
Miss Kdith Herman and mother of
Rock Island, Miss Mae Fmmerett of
Ccml Valley and Mr. and Mrs. T. W.
Karr of Port Byron were guests at the
Louis Gii senhagen home on Fifth
' F.frnfif hiet Siinrtnv in honor nf their
third wedding anniversary. A surnpt
-nous dinner was sered and the host
and hi.stt ss received several hand-
', W illiam McKendricks spent Sunday
at bis home in Carbon Cliff.
Mrs. Clayton Reed has arrived home
from a several weeks' visit at Brook-
1;. n. Iow a.
The members of the Methodist church
board met at the (hurrh Monday even-
M.'.mie Henson was quite severely
b.rttn in the face- by a p i ilng.
Vincent I'h'ljis has been suffering
with an abscess on one eye.
Mrs. I'.iuce Hull has as a ni-- t b r
iibtcr, Mrs. Jacob Hull jf Hrooklyn.
Mrs. William Allison of Carbon ('lift
visited relatives and friends hire
Mrs Mary I'helpH of Sixth s'reet
was paid a visit by her son. H uh
l'heips ef Cedar Rapids, Iowa.
Mrs. William Ireland bad as. h u st
b' r mother, Mr.-.
Win, Iowa. Mn
K. V. Moms if lie
Morris departed for
b( r home last Wednesday.
The Brotherhood club of Hie .Meth-
. list ihurch nut at the church las
l.a.-t Mo.-Kia.. inomiai;. at Sr. Mary s
Ca'holic (b irch. Voliiie. c.cc;i,-re,i tbe
matriaee of .Miss Am. a Yo ken of
Kutblaad, Iowa. After a brief wedding j
Journey to Chicago and other eastern '
cuies. t.'ie riai;;y cou pie v.ui retsine in
Riirhiand. Roth br.de and ?ruoin are
! well and favorably known he,-
I ir. A. C. Hai.-on has returned home
from a busin.-3 trip to Chifapo.
Abrarn Yockea a:.i fj'niiy lave j.F
a v.i- .-t Miss Catharine Ij;-.vl s cf
Mrs. C. Hilar: was paid a visit by
her mother Mrs. K. Muldowniy of
: Blue Ikland.
Willism Abrju.s cf b:s Moir.es,
! wa. viit'ed rea'iw.-fa here lift '"y-.f.
I I. Guthrie of Mnline ;'t,i Mis-
. Birt.it lta.i;kin of Washington, Iowa,
;IP SILVIS 1
were guests of Clark Corbin and fan
i'.y last Sunday.
Mr. Geesenhagen and father were
visiting relatives here last week re
turning home to Wanett, 111., Mon
day. Mrs. Andrew Tubbs has arrived
home from a several weeks' visit at
: the home of her brother Ira We'll
i and other relatives and friends in Ne
of Chicago is visiting
rr .m n hum
Mrs. Jessie Brown of Osborne visit-
Charles Fanjoy is recovering from
the effects of a painful burn received
u-hil.. ..L-n ... K .1
Mrs. C. B. Stisser has been enter
taining her sister of Wyoming, 111.
"Well, have you heard th news,"
asked a friend brightly. "My wife
and I are going on rhe vaudeville
stage. A clever friend has written an
act for us and we are going to put it
on next week."
"Good work, old man," we exclaimed
enthusiastically. ."Whnt is II-a sonu
nnd dance net or a society ske-lch?"
"Neither It is a monologue."
"A monologue? I thought you and
your wife were both In the act."
"We are. But -do you know my
wife?"-Cleveland Plain I'ealer.
"Is It anything serious, diwtor?"
risked a youth of a doctor after thu
lntrer had examined hlra.
"No. no; nt at all." replied the med
ical man. "Nothing serious Just a
little stiffness in the back of your neck
my Ind. But you must keep an eye cu
it." London Telegraph.
Cam Partly True.
"Before marriage I usetl to dream of
life In a fine house, with sixteen serv
ants." "Iream never come true."
"They do. partially. We live in a flat
instead of h house, but we've had the
sixteen servants."-Washington Her
ald. Saloon Notice.
.Tack Tighe's Alley Inn.
lunch tonight. ( Adv. l
LIKE A CHARM
After Operation Failed to Help,
. Cardill VCrked LHiC a Cham.
Jonesvillc, S. C. "I suffered vl'h
wotnnuly tioui.'o," vrltfs Mrs. J. S.
Kendric!,. i:i a letter from rhls place,
"and at timer, I roul l not bear to stand
on my feet. The doctor raid I would
i.evi r be nny better, ami that I would
have to have au cpt ration, or I would
i.avi a cu-:c"r.
I -.v. nt trt ib- !.c".;.:t.il. cri'! they opc
ale 1 en 1:1", i.i.t I K it to better. They
all i.!' dir-i:.' :-. vf,i'. I do mc no gnod,
and I thoiisht. I would .ave f) die.
At la..t I tried Cardtjl, and hcrjan ta
Improve, f-j i coati.Tii d ur.i-ir; it. Now,
I E:.n well, ti-i ca.i do my own work.
I c'.on'l. fcrl r-.r.v t ainn.
Card nl r.-oii t d like a rl.nrrn."
Tbcre tr.:i:;t be merit ia rbln purely
I Tc;:!able. tor.ic remedy, for women
j Cardui for it has been in iccessful
j ,.SP fr,r n)ore ..n v,ar3 for th,
I ,.,,,.. . .,,Tr,,n, ,,i,-lr. -,
P!rase try It, for your trouVles.
N li U'rtlrlv : itfrv f)r!'. "hl's-
i n rt-.
fiH-iLrvio.-i. ii-fn.. 'ttT r !rr vu
Initnirt un. inlM r-ai- "Mirn? TrealiBWH
I Vrf Voiica." w-i.t in pin n wr-ii-:r. on ;t.
Phone 2083. Lady Attendant.
R. V. KENT
Open Day and Night
313 1ch Street, Rock Island.