Newspaper Page Text
THE ROCK ISLAXD ARGUS. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 1, 1913.
Mozart Composed For Them ana
Gluck Played Upon Them.
ELABORATE PREPARATIONS FOR SUFFRAGE PAGEANT IN CAPITAL;
LN AUGURAL PARADE MAY BE OUTDONE; GENERAL WOOD WORRIED
sf VJ 'fj-VA ';..; .
I k if -a M I V' W
w YcA - all
Richard rock rich, an Irishman woo
Hved In the iKbteonth century, wai
true getilu. a dreamer and an In
ventor. Ue proposed metal ahlpa. prt-
4!cted Urine muchlnes. advocated hoc i
idralnace and rlne planting; In the Em
erald Isle. Invented an Instrument for
tran.fus!t)g blood and was fur soma
years a brewer In Dublin.
It was la the domain of art that ha
achieved his one real trlnmph. the one
:by which be la known in contemporary
mosical Lihtorr. by which be became
ikoown to general i.nropean civilization
during bin lifetime and by which bla
name will lone surrlre. He Invented
Vje musical giasse. These cau be
beard tolar In Tnuderllle bouses all
over the world and will probably sur
vive us lon; as the musical art Itself.
Most of our readers have heard them.
They are simply a s-t of tumbler or
goblet like glasses selected for tonal
juuliry to carry out a musical scale.
Pockrleh seeniH to have been the first
nisn to be struck by the mimical tone
In glass, and su he thought the thing
out and produced a seal on which ha
ould play any melody.
He exhibited his discovery in Dublin
and finally took It to Fncland about
the year 17.V. where it became the sen
sation of the hour. Nothing was talk
ed of but the marvelous, simple, new
musical Instrument. It seemed to the
ear of the jaded Londoners that the
Hieareuly art in all Its elemental beauty
liMd returned to earth. Far from sneer
Inp at so very simple an idea for mak
l;g melody, the cognoscenti of London
went into rapture over the musical
k!hssps. CI im U. t Ii- preat composer, i (Ppiai Corre?roriipnce of The Arprus i It is now announced that although i Anita C. Drooks of New York to walk
who mis in Loniioii. ili'l not disdain ! Wa.shington, Jan. 30. Members of the suffrage pageant will be decidedly barefooted in the parade. Mrs. Brooks
to luy LU immirt:il iiirs uii t!:eni. 1 1 !u- committee which has in charge the ! impresrive and imposing, it will still wrote the commMoe, saying she was
"The I't-ern flourishes inure than In ', it:auBural parade have beea seen on i he simple. .letferscr-i will smile in his very anxious to lo something impres-
any recent ye:ir." w nte Horace Wul- ; several occasions of lat to. knit their ' grave on March 3. The costumes worn ! sive, and would either walk barefooted
Mra. Cleans Smith Tianln aa "C'barlty" and Mln
Hiu Mnrkrye aa "Hope."
p'le to h friend
;iuck. a German.
"The ecmposer is
Me is t have a
! brows and wear troubled looks. The : by the marchers and also by thoye in the parade or wear sandals with
cause of their perturbation is known to who will ride the foaming steeds diamond heels. Mrs. Brooks was in-
beneflt. at which lie is to piny a set 'all. They are afraid the suffrage pa- j will be beautiful, but they won't be j formed that diamond heels would be
of dnnLIn;: clnsses which be r.iodu- U'catit on March " will make the big 1 gaudy. Two samples are shown i'-i thf j decidedly out of place at the pageant.
lates with water. I think I have heard
you speak of some such thing."
Not only did Cluck perform upon i
T'lirkrich's new iutri;nient. but Bee
ttioven. Mncrt nul other irrcjit mil- 1
vichuip In ':iit Jeurs iictti:illr oom-
-i-1 fnii'-ii- for It. f'.oitlsnut'i refers
to It 111 "Tiie Vlc;ir of ';il;crie:d." Not
hri lifter the Invei tor visited London.
:i I'eiijainin I'rr.iiUlin f pen Us of hloi !
lu a letter to n friend thus: i
"Von have doubtless beard the sweet
tctie t Lint is drawn from a ilrinklnK '
Class ly iiis-ing n wet tlnser round its !
brim One Mr. I'm hrich. a ;tentieman J
ffo'ii I ::.: ii'I. w::". t'.ie f.rvt who tliouht j
if plavlMr trues fori .'f Mich tones, i
lie lollcotisl :i iiuiu!ht of classes of I
parade on tjie day following look as : accompanyini; pictures. Mrs. Tin in. j Suffragists who stand for an extreme
tame in comparison as a Sunday school who is a director of the procession, will j form of simplicity favor having in the
picnic. ; represent "Charity." and Miss Mack-; procession a statue ow ned by Mrs
fle.ieral Wood, who will he prand i aye, who is a sister of the well known ! Christian D. Hemmick of this city
marshal on March 4, is noted for his factor, Percy Mackaye, will arP' ar as : The police, fearing a riot, have intimat-
sscal. but compared with the women , "Hope." 'ed that they will not permit this. The
who are getting up this suffrage pa- As indicating how far in the direc-! statue is a life-size figure of a recum
pi ant, lie is an amateur. The general, tion of simplicity the suffragists have, bent nymph. Her uttter lack of dra
ii may be added, has joined the worry j gone, it is worth noting that t.he com-j pery makes her as simple as a May
club. jimttee has given permission to Mrs. morning
h;Tt"-":'! ;:-... tixed them uear each
.th'T on ;i i.-il le n::d tiiri"d them by
!ti!!- li.iii f -: n iti r. uio'i1 or less
r 'ip:: i i: ! re toiws were
t by pa.-sing bis buger
a Mory of Pockrich. who
1 1 s c i ' !i nil-
l.:..iii::.t 1 1
I'.. 'III. I the I
w is n::''..i:i.- oi l"!' ioniil tours to Hdr- '
Irnd after the invention of the musical
ir'iisses. thai llluttr !cs the surprising '
fTis't of h:s nuii pei foi niiince on them. I
It is tolil by hi friend l'.iocUhl'l New-
I'lllgh. II re'itlellKitl of wealth Hlld p-
tuition, w ho Ihi'd In I.nbliu it t the time: j
"Mr l'in'!;rii h hi his brewery near
ls!niiillirl'l;e. happening to be one day '
seised by h..i!i!is. thi's n ih! ressed them:
" I I t ler.ii'ii. inn you:- prisoner, but j
I do ni -e'f ft:e honor t' attend .
v. e us mi humble per- ;
ii to eiitt rtaiu you with I
tie mash of Ii is sounds, for some time
stand and gaze. At length, recovering
Y-om their trance, they tum accost the
"'Sir. upon your parole of honor to
keep the secret we give you your lib
i ity. 'Tis well playing upon glasses
j is not more common: If It were I lie
I Iteve o'ir trade would find little en
. ployn ent ' "
Another musical Instrument that
ever (Iremneil of liefore was the drum.
' He had dreamed of harrnonv even In
I the drum He planned rn orchestra of I
i itrums only. There were to ho twenty '
i of there, varying in si.e f r.d rone from ;
FOREIGN NEWS NOTES
(Special Correspond' nee irt 'i'he Arpis.)
lxjndon The metlu'd of making ap
pointments to civil service positions in
Kngland is now being investigated,
h.rgely because of the simple frank
ness of a certain applicant in Dublin.
There is buried in India every year
a sum of gold equal to the amount
taken yearly from the mines of South
Africa. The African miners extract
tliis treasure from the grip of the
earth to put it in circulation; the na-
Her oil engines of 1.750 horsepower
give her a speed of 16 knots on the
surface and 10 knots submerged. The
6urfaee tonnage is 700. Two more
vessels of the sane class are com
pleting and work has been commenced '
on the "F" class, which will have j
a speed of 20 knots.
The increase in the size of al". Etfg- '.
land's warships.' from battleships to :
submarines, and the higher wages to !
be paid the men is going to have !
an appreciable effect on this year's ,
naval estimates, which, it is believed,
will approximate ?25O.0i0.000 an ia- j
crease of nearly 50 millions over last j
The personnel of the navy will ma- '
terially swell the expenditure, as it ;
is understood that Prince Louis of Bat- :
tenburg. who as second sea lord, was
responsible for the recruiting and
training, consented to ta'te tho posi- ;
tion of first sea lord and become
chargeable for maintaining the fight
ing and sea-going efficiency of the fleet
and its organization for war, on the
distinct understanding tha.t n progres
sive line of policy would be adopted
forthwith in regard to the personnel.
The new estimates have also to take
account of the renewed competition of
Germany and her allies of the triple
Mexico City That Emi'dano Zapa
ta has an army of more than S.000
men well drilled and well provided
iiu aiiuB uu aiumiiuon is a siory ; s-m
that caused the capital to smile when i r3
it was brought here recently bv Abra-; r
ham Martinez, a semi-official envoy j
or tbe government to Zapata, but 1 Cfl
which before the end of the month ' prl
believed here that it will alter ve.rv ';
sideration. If the story is true, it. la j
believed her that It will alter very '
materially the relations of the central j
government and that of the rebel,
whose name has spread panic through
half of Mexico, and which has been ;
adopted as a battle cry by thousands j
who perhaps have never seen him. ,
since mat aay more tnan a year
ago when Francisco I. Madero, not
yet president, met Zapata at Cuautla
and by inaugurating negotiations for
peace frustrated the plans of the pro-
visional government to suppress him
and his band, the government has i
from time to time indulged in rounda- !
bout efforts to end its disagreements j
with him. Martinez has played a big j
part in these negotiations. Recently
he brought to the government Zapata's j
terms of peace and, although they have
not been made public, it is known that
Zapata does not now insist upon the
resignaion of Madero, but that federal
troops be retired from the state of
Mcrelos and that he be made the mili
tary commander of the Seventh mi'.i
tary zone, whose headquarters is at
Cuernavaca. He offers to furnish his
own soldiers, guaranteeing the main
tenance of peace.
Martinez declares that he is con
vinced of the truth of the statement
that Zapata has an army of 8,000
Newspaper in Western
October . 8,137
III l n il. , I III
r-m'-iinoilina 1 1
nr. ifliir i im
' . . . . . ' i 1 1 1 mi lu y f- r wi ri m v in it v .
i. developed as no man l.d j ' nau was app.ymg tor ...e post- ' t'n ,
! Hon or aniD'.ilanee nurstp. 1'e told the - "
! beard of guardians he considered him- 11 T,,,'' -Mlanl u for the future
sdl fully qualilieii for the post, as he ' "' enecneiy remove it irom circu
b;,d "two uncles and one coiihin on the '"'ion. Thus is the work of the South
heard." i Afrii an miner largely nullified.
men, in addition to those numerous at that time, was called upon to cor-
thc smallest trebles to the basses, to A royal commission has been
be i.hive.l bv one r.erson stmubnir with (pointed to inquire into the entir-
ap- These facts are derived from statis-sii-t;es
issued lately by a firm of Indian
yon ive me I
former in n u- i
""Mr." fTohrrred one of te bailiffs,
we o:nie here o execute our warrant,
not t,i '-pear f:ies." '
'Cent!, i,i. !.' Kays the captain. l
r: in.iit to yoep aiuhm'ity. but in the
Interim wl .' you are only taUlttg u
Ir:ilil here. Jack (ea!lin to bis serv
R tit i. b:iirr bo'tle of the tiosa Solis I
lately i!istillsl -1 pay. gentlemen, b
for- you tal.e a drai i I s'.ia'.l dispatch
"III tin' meanwhile he flourishes a
prelude on the glasses and afterward
display hi ("kill through all the plens
iug turns i.nd variations of 'The Black
Joke.' The monsters, charmed wltli
the ('n:i. is nrranged a!)Ut hi:i in a
clr !e. Po'-krh h tipver in eed.'d In
prislucing tru melody from concert
The musical glasses ve:o the direct
ranse of rockri'-h's d"iith. It was
while be wn ii ::i one of hi musical
toiii-s in r. iiict :i nu in i ne veur it.:t iioil j
the hotel in London In which he was
leepine- eangbt fire and he was bnrn-
u;.tioti ct mil service appoint nient:!
and the association of clerks has prc
K'lited some strong criticisms of pres
ent methods. It is alleged tiut caste
and patronage are taken into consid
eration, particularly in the appoint
iia nt of ollicia's of the labor exchanges
who are chosen not btcauj-o of their
qualifications, but because of the:r
ability to brins personal influence to
1 to death Joseph Lewis French la ! bear. Most of the best positions went'
yew Tork Post. ' t sons or relatives of politicians or
' cfhcials, thus si-pport'tm the suj-.
. r. -..i ri:eKt1on tlint the host nhices lire kent '
... . f,, .. .1,- ,f ,.mi.n;n 1 V- lHliUir W iiS
une-wtien we are married, dear. I " - - - ' th-,t . ,..n-,ii i- .i-u,
i .1.- - rr- ..... A rr nresentnlive of the association ' lnat a ci.riaill lajall
iinii n.iir iiiit-e sn .iui: ui? v.i'1- .... -
taiiily. darlin-. Hut try to keep each k' directly by the -!iairruan of the
as long ns possible. St. Louis Post Dis- 'cmmission. Ixud Macdonnell, whether
putt h. : he thought then' was any fmmiia ior
' i ....i;.... i ...wi.. ..f J..m,,i.
liii- nufa' lull rial i.' J'ln 'i u.
nients were phiinlv bic..-i 1 in favor of
a certain social lass,
should say so. I think
Washington Colonel William 11.
MMler of the quartermaster's corps of
thf army aud Colonel Charles A. Booth
of the litl'.h infantry, were placed on
the retired list.
bankers, and the amount of wealtll
in jiuid, jewe's and precious stones
; iored away and buried in India today
is practi'.cally incalculable.
(Jcld is put also to some queer uses
in India. In some parts of the country
liiii gold leaves are taken by the
people for medicinal purposes, and
i.eusands of dollars worth is eonsum-
d in reirilding the domes of religious
buildings. A brisk demand having re
i ( ntiy been noticed for sovereigns
vith a shield on the obverse side, an
made and it was found
them to form a centre to each tiny
pane in the windows of his palace.
The first cf England's monster sub
marines, the K4. lias just been com
missioned. The new vessel is a re-
rcplied; "I Mnarki'.ble advance upon her predeces
it is un ities-isors of the "D" class. She has four
tion ably a preference for tbe c'.ass times the displacement of the A's
of man who is recrui'ed i:i the riain. and carries a pair of 12-pounder quick
seen, from Oxford and hnng guns, with disappearing mounts.
A brief lull in the day's work half
an hour between engagements,
suggests to the energetic man the
possibility of putting through one
. The interval may not be long enough to
make a business call, but the telephone at
your elbow suggests a means of making
every minute count.
Your own efficiency, like that of your men and
your machines, depends on keeping busy.
Speed up by Local or by Long Distance Telephone.
Central Union Telephone Co.
A. J. Beverlin, Manager
as we nave
j Coal miners in the Federated Area
j of Kngland and Wales have lcen g:v
n a further increase in wage; of (i.e
per cent. This is in addition to T:'.e
five per cent increase grant !
October, and it brings the waret of
all the men in and around the mines
up to 6 per cent above the standard
rate ol 1S88.
Latterly the coal trade has hem
booming, and the miners are thus siiai
in in the prosperity of the owners
This la&t advance was granted by the
unanimous vote of the coal concila
tion board, composed of mine owners
and representatives of the miners'
union. It adds upward of So.OuOiuo
i iiiiii umtiuiiu
Common Sense Treatment
Quickly Relieves All
bands which have been raiding tho
length and breadth of the states of
Mexico, Guerrero, parts of Puebla,
Oaxaca, and even those whose opera
tions in the state of Morelos have
sained for them the term " savages."
Zapata's army that over which he
has direct control is, according to
Martinez, in a region 2 by 40 miles
in an isolated part of the state of
.Morelos. There his men have been for
months doing little besides drill and
prepare for eventualities. The. drill
ing and organization have been done,
he says, under the general supervision
of Gaudencio de la I.lave, a colonel
in the regular army who joined the re
bellion. General Joaquin Beltran, who con
ducted the campaign against General
Felix Diaz ia era t'ruz and who later
was made the military commander in
tliat district, has been succeeded by
General Velazco. Genera". Beltran was
ordered to report to Mexico City,
where he was left subject to orders
from the department of war.
Another change that has caused
much speculation and considerable
gossip was the relieving of Commodore
Azueta. Azeuta was in command of
the little fleet in Vera Cruz harbor,
and Diaz depended upon him for sup
poit, but at the last he joini'd forces
with Beltran to capture the rebellious
That the loyalty of the army as a
whole is doubted is common talk in
clubs, cafes and in a" most all public
places, and recently the statement
was made on the floor of the lower
house by a deputy, formerly an aid"
of the oresident. that high officers Han Jose, fal. Marshall Black, for
had been approached by those endeav- n ( r state senator, pleaded guilty to
If you have any symptoms of catarrh.
such as stuffed up feeling in the head,
to the annual payroll of 4,0.hu0 men. ifl the t) hawkjn jt
! The Scottish and feouth Wales coal ; ti duj, in jn th(J head or ringing in
fields, where there is a. ways more the ears, just anoint the nostrils or rub
or less trouble between the men and t the throat or chest with a little Ely's
the emplovers, are not in the Feder- j Cream Balm, and see how quickly you
ated Area' j Will get relief.
V, ' . v. !,.. In just a few mnutfli vou will feel
Sir Henmker Heaton who v,as larg-v clwi and after using the
ly responsible for the introduction of , for a day or sc th(J naty discharge
penny postage between the colonies ; checked, the pain, soreness and
and Great Britain and between Er.g-: fever will be pone, and you will no long
lacd and meriea has been gather- er be oifen!,ive to- yourself and friends
ing statistics which show taat last . by your constant hawking, spitting and
vear $35.0ort.OUO were received ia the . blJn- , . , ...
1 , ' ' . , ,,,' e-hake tit the grit of catarrh before
Lnited Kingdom from America and the. ;t jmf)air3 your Sense of tasle
colonies in money orders. and hearin? and poisons your whole sys- j cas'.ons the executive has been sharply
some or uiis money, oi course. ss tern, in a snort iirce you can De cured
1 in payment for goods, but Sir Henni-j of this distressing disease by using Ely's
Iker estimates tliat ty far the la-eer j rem Barn This healing antiseptic
roborate this statement and did so,
explaining that the president, in a
cabinet meeting, had determined to !
commute the sentences of these men. i
This course was regarded as necessary
since, notwithstanding the high pay
offered soldiers, no men could be
lound to enlist. The incident resulted
in a storm of protest and threats of
impeachment of the president.
That prisoners are forced into the
army every week is no secret and
never denied, but this was the first
time congress had takeu official cog
nizance of the fact.
Almost on a par with the statement
of Deputy Luis Cabrera, that Mexico
faced civil war for at least three years
to come, were declarations made by a
number of deputies recently as to the
extent of the revolution now in prog
ress. One deputy, speaking on the
measure to authorize special elections
in states where at the regular time
they could not be held on account of
the disturbed conditions, declared that
the conditions now were worse, and
that in Durango the rebels were in ab
solute control, almost to the gates of
tho state capital. He cited other
places and conditions which, he de
clared, were equally had. His state
ments were supported.
The management of the national
railways, after settling the machinists'
strike by trranting the men a 10 per
cent increase in wages, has been
brought within a week to face e
demands of the telegraphers, who also
demand a revision of their wage scale
and shorter hours.
out of the recent failure of the Palo
Alto Mutual Building and Loan asso
ciation, of which he was secretary.
Tho Importance of th BeJrd.
The importance of the beard was ful
ly, recocnized in the middle Bges. Here
Is a pnsvige fcjuoted by J. A. V. Or
bnan in "Sixtine Koine") from a letter
of the writer. P.iirtolomeo Catena: "It
Is well that those who hnve to lend
nnd govern should have a long and fine
beard. And I can assure you that th't
government of i.'Itles snd provinces has
been given to more than one prelate be
ctnise he lrid a long nnd fine beard;
otherwise he were not worthy that
"To they teach domestic science at
your college?" Inquired the visitor of
"Only sewing." replied the freshman.
"(bod Idea." said the visitor. "And
wh( do ynil sew chiefly?"
"'iVild onts." leplied the freshman.
Wabash, Ind. One workman was
i fatally and two others seriously in
! jured when 10 freight cars rolled over
a 30-foot embankment and flropped
into Kound lake near this city.
oring to incite an army uprising. The
statement provoked an acrid discus
sion in which the galleries took an
informal though noisy part. One depu
ty, in eulogizing the army, referred
to the recapture of Vera Cruz after
its occupation by Felix Diaz, and im
mediately his voice was drowned by
voices from the galleries, crying: "Yes,
by treason! By using the white flag!"
and several other expressions indica
tive of the popular conception of the
means used to accomplish that end.
Always a turbulent lot, the Mexican
deputies during the month of January
have earned for themselves special
distinction as debaters. At almost
every session the debate on some
measure has resulted in a series of
charges and counter charges in which
the members not infrequently called
each other liars and on numerous oc-
tbiee charges of embezzlement arising
And Many Are the Voices of liock j
Island People. ,
during the heaHnu vrh.n
rtce ere hlich.nt and
prnnta great t.
.vry '"!, hen
will ly when elven
i uu nvMwr back it
In mimil ut:.: iIm '
li-lb. null). Il.UGi
1 0-lt.. baa, S.
KP4u'e vjulury book
in iy nia l.
r.-iftl .hlmrinff St.w.lil
PKvrr ooi tomi-Any
At ill frej tzi vo.;itfjf tap- !
I) . 1 A f. . 1 . .. . t t . i
portion was sent as Christmas or o'her l" ""V T' T . Qe"
f ' peritive rt-lef. but romnlptelu nvoi--nrr
I: r-'lri- ! . .. . ,j : . . . . I . . i . . ,
presents from thoie who have
perrd across the waters to poorer r
lives at home.
From the United States alone there membra.ifj, and makes you proof against
came over $14.o00Kii, cf which $.V.'0,. -tarrh.
ort.J was for Ireland. Canada sent ! 4ilTtX l' .f,onvln yo'-J.
-. - - . . , . l and a !:f?.' cent bottle will generally ef
$11.3uO.O..O, Austra.ia $2,.-.uu.(.0'.. India . eet a cctiri!t.te cure. Get it from your
$1,700,000, New Zealand M .2uo eno. j jruggistwd start the treatment at once.
South Africa J4.0"0.iii'0 and other j
places about Jl,u00,uu0. i H. O. R'Js, agent (Advertisement).
criticized for his administration of af
One incident that promised serious
consequences was the unfolding of
t:ie disease. It clears tne nose, head the records that tell how the army
and throatof all the rank poison, soothes, j list has beea maintained. Incidental
aea.s ana strengthens the raw. sore to the discussion of some bill a dep-
mprnnr..1PCanH LP3VnnrrnAf oircirat i ...... j i
uty charged mat ice army, uurms
the campaign agaiist Orozco, had been
augmented by 2,000 prisoners taken
from Belem, the big city prison, be
fore the charges against them had
been determined by the courts. The
deputy, who was the attorney general
Thirty thousand voices what a
grand chorus! And that's the num-j
her of American men and women !
who are publicly praising Doan's j
Kidney Pills for relier from back- j
ache, kidney "and bladder ills. They!
fay it to friends. They tell it in the '
You Can Pay for Treatment When
Rupture hmr down oiid hard to hold.
home papers. Rock Island people 1 fires' in r?-snv worn. n. m. a a,l ha.
Here's a Hock cases K-irant' cu r lU-l r no charcii.
j Xo failure-: rcli- f for alt suftt-reri.
! Vr.ii r.f, --- tor rnliiliri. 4n.lv
Mrs. E. Weiss, 83 Fourth avenue,, N ..,...,,, r detntioi.
9I.OOO to any ib-lclan nhu emu prow -that
a suritical Uirrliuu la the out..
urr for rupture. .
are in this chorus
Rock Island, 111., ays: "All I say lu
praise of Doan's Kidney Pills stU
holds good. I had been troubled by!
hiunej umurueia iui tuiiic inuo. i jf y0 , refer to wear
There was an acute pain across the want solid c-o.-nfort. wear
small of my back which made U hard j " ,",;,. "Vn ti
for me to bend or do any lifting. II THE WUNDtRTRUoS
had headaches and dizzy spells. A I without Ipe arui., nu.ric band. -ineiiiber
of cuy family had been tur-' aprimta, marunnni to bold a.tr.
. , i. i. - , .. , ... , all olbrrn full. lloi Jx at ti inntr riit;
ed of an attac k of kidr.ey complaint Wlth t)Dt.tieti lt. ,.f othe,
by Doan's Kidney Pills so I decided j truse. Xiake me piovc- it. Endoisi-.j
them. After the first few 1
truf an t
doses I got relief and soon I was free
from the trouble."
For sale by all dealers. Price t(i
cents. Foster-Mil burn company,!
Buffalo. New York,' sole agents for
the United States.
Remember the name Doan's
and take no other. (Advertisement).
cannot call, write (or cata-
M. H. Brown, M. D.
33 lnlacT M., C hl-aBo, III.
Next visit, to Rock Island, Rock Island
Hotel, Wednesday, Feb. i, 8
a. m. to 4 p. m.