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Til ROCK ISLAND ARGUS. TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 1913.
You always knew that St.
Louis is one of the greatest
brewing centers in the world.
Did you know that the sales
of Hyde Park beer (bottled and
draught) in the city of St.
Louis alone are greater than
those of any one other brand
in the whole state of Missouri?
If your dealer can't supply
vou phone or write.
HYDE PARK SALES CO
3d Ave. and 24th St.
Rock Island, 111.
Phone West 900.
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TO FILE PAPERS
Circuit Clerk Warns Those Who
Have Declarations to Look
at the Date.
the varsity basketball team of Rock
Island in the shape of complimentary
tickets to the Junior basketball dance
of Davenport high school. This will
be held at the Outing club Friday and
the Rock Island contingent will be
there in force.
Circuit Clerk G. W. Gamble gave out
the following statement today relative
to the filing of naturalization papers:
"Under the new naturalization laws,
which went into operation Sept. 27.
1906. a declaration of intention to be-
come a citizen of the United States is
only good for seven years from the
date of its Issuance, so that those
aliens who have taken out their first
paper under the new law and hare not
already filed their petition for a cer
tificate of naturalization had better ex
amine their declaration and see that
they do not lose their right by not
making application for their final pa
per within the seven year period.
"It has not been definitely decided
yet whether this rule is to apply to
declarations taken out under the old
law or not, but It is Intimated that It
will, so that aliens who held declara
tions taken out under the old law had
better file their petitions before Sept.
27, 1913, or they may be put to the
trouble and expense of taking out new
declarations which will require them
to wait for two years longer fieTore
they can make application for their
final certificate. This warning is giv
en in order that those who are- inter
ested may not lose the right which
they now have."
FIRST ROBIN OF THE
- Spring is come. At least such is the
conclusion that must be drawn when
one considers the beautiful weather
and the fact that the fir6t robin has
been reported. Oscar J. Ohlweiler,
local manager for the Mueller Lumber
company and one whose veracity is
unquestioned, is authority for the
statement that the robin has appeared.
He states that a Joyous, singing robin
red breast greeted him this morning
when he stepped out of his home on
Aiken street in South Rock Island.
Inasmuch as Aiken street is consid-
! erably south of here, that may account
for the fact that no one in the city
has as yet reported having seen Mr.
Robin, but doubtless he will be
spotted before many more such days
as the last three.
JONAS BEAR TO INSTITUTE
NEW LODGE OF REBECCAS
ComrnisHlor.r Jonas Boar of this
rity goes to Port rij ron tonight to In-
Feb. 25, 1913.
0 E. C. BERRY
utitute a new lodge of Rebeccas to be
known as Mcf'ord lodge No. 727. There i
are 30 candidates, mostly ladies, to be i
marie charter members of the lodge, j
Vr. Bear as a prominent Odd Fellow,
was chosen by the bead of the stats
organization to be in charge of the in-'
Join With Rock Island and
Daily United States Weather Map
I MaMation tonight.
BIBLE CLASS OF "Y"
VISITS RIG DjAWT 1 from the Daveupcrt organization w
IOI I O UIU I lMli I a vjew to arranging for the consoli
Th boys' bible class of the Y. M. C.
A. made a sight-seeing trip last night ,
to tbe power house of the People's
PovrfT company, at Fourth street, Mo-
Vnc, where they inspected the big
Itivr.amos and other interesting ma
chinery that produces light and power
for the city. A dozen boys were in the
parly that made the visit, and they
added much to their s.ore of knowl
edge of things electrical. Other visits
to places of interest are being planned
for the boys during the spring months,
thes1 trips being used to take the place
of indoor soc'al affairs such as have
betn cut-ternary in the past.
Th" meeting of the 'lats on next
Sunday afternoon will be one of special
interest, as the program includes an
address ! H. E. Shifft-r. ,
Howard Hayes, an employe of the
Moline Plow company, and a resident
of Moline, received a telegram at 3
o'clock this morning apprising him of
the accidental death of his father,
James Hayes, at Memphis, Tenn. Mr.
Hayes was on his way from Moline
to Mississippi, where he was to take
charge of a plantation for W. C. Allen
of Rock Island, and it is supposed
that he lost his life In a railroad
wreck of some kind though as yet no
details of the accident have been ob
tained. His son, Harold, aged 14. is
Iowa Poultry Raisers Anxious to i reported safe. The deceased is well
known In Moline, having lived there
I-ate this afternoon came the infor- i
niation that Mr. Hayes was not killed,:
At the request of the Tri-City Fan- as reported in the first telegram, hiu ;
cier6' association of Davenport, the that he had died suddenly of apoplexy. I
executive board of the Island City i I
Fanciers' association of Rock Island
met last night at the O. M. Myers Op
tical company's store on Eighteenth I
street and named a committee of j
three to meet with a similar committee :
ging for the consolida
tion of the poultry associations of .
each of the three cities. An effort '
will be nade to hare Moline represent
od at the meeting with a committee .
of three. The future of the poultry in
terests of this vicinity rests with the '
outcome of this plan for consolidation, '
af least such is the belief of the Rock j
Island and Davenport fanciers.
At lest night's meeting 15 of the ,
17 who were eligible to attend, were ;
present, showing the interest which
already attaches to the Island City :
U. S. Department of Agriculture.
WILLIS U MOOkE. Chief.
tDf- 3t3 3 . a
fao r a WEATHER BUREAU,
rs' flgJt """"" WiUJS U MOOkE. ChMf.
Observations taken at 8 a. m., seventy-fifth me
ridian time. Air pressure reduced to sea level.
1soa: (continuous lines pass through point
of equal a'.i pressure. Isotherms (dotted lines)
piss through polata of equal temperature; drawn
onlr tor sero, frfcetlag. 90, and 10u.
O clear; Q partly cloudy; O cloudy;
rain: snow: report missing.
Arrows fly with tbe wind. First figure, lowest
temperature past 12 hours: second, precipitation
of .01 lncb or more for past 24 hours: third, maxi
mum wind velocity.
Feb IB. 133.
FORECAST FOR KOCK 'iSliAXI. D AVEXI'OKT. MOUSK AM VICISITT.
Unsettled weather with snow late tonight cr Wednesday, colder tonight with the lowest
temperature slightly below the freezing point.
John F. Chambers, celebrated read
er and interpreter, will appear at
Augustana college Thursday evening
as one of the star attractions on the
Reason's lyceum course. Although "A
Grand Army Man" is his principal
work this year. Chambers interprets
other masterpieces, such as "Mer
chant of Venice," "Our New Minister,"
oesldes a miscellaneous lirogram. a
Grand Army Man" is a sparkling com
edy drama with a distinctive Ameri
ccu atmosphere. It is constructed
along modern line3 and deals with the
problems of the home. Having per
sonally directed upward of one hun-
Light precipitation at occasional sta
tions in the middle Atlantic and New
England states and the St. Lawrence
valley has resulted from the north
eastern siorm which is disappearing
beyond Nova Scotia. The western
storm extends from Arizona north
eastward to Manitoba, with the great
est barometric depression over south
eastern Colorado, and a further rise
in temperature has occurred in the
upper Mississippi valley and the upper
lake region. This disturbance has also
been attended by snow or rain on the
north Pacific coast in the northern
Rockv mountain sections and the
Canadian northwest, and as far east
ward a'ong the northern border of the
United States as upper Michigan. Tho
northwestern area of high pressure,
with its lower temperatures, which re
mains central on the north Pacific
coa6t, is overspreading the northern
Rocky mountain sections. The east
ward movement of the Colorado low
and the approach of the northwestern
high will be attended by unsettled
and colder weather in this vicinity,
with snow or rain late tonight or Wed
High. Low. Prep.
Atlantic City 36 32 .00
Boston 36 14 .00
Buffalo 24 14 .01
Rock Island 49 86 .00
Denver 63 38 .00
Jacksonville 72 62 .00 (
Kansas City 68 48 .00,'
New Orleans 74 48 .00;
New York 36 16 M
Norfolk ... 56 36 .00
Phoenix 74 44 .00
St. iouis 68 42 .00
St. Paul ....y.... 42 36 .00;
San Diego 64 53 .00'
San Francisco .... 62 46 .00
Seattle 48 40 .
Washington. D. C. . 42 28 .01
Winninee 24 24 .1
Ye'.low stone Park . . 20 .201
poultry organization. President O. M. j jred standard plays for theatrical pro
Myers called the meeting together and , duction. Chambers has had exceptional
th board proceeded to effect its own j advantages for studying plots and
TO AILING WOMEN
A Little Sound Advice WH: 'Help
Many a Sufferer in Rock Island.
No woman should consider herself
healthy and well if the kidneys are
weak. Poisons that pass off in the se
cietions when the kidneys are well,
ate retained in the body when the
kidneys are disordered. If the kidneys
iir.rl bladder become inflamed and
ssw-ollen, worse trouble inny quickly
follow. This is often the cause of
I eai ing rown pains, lameness, back
acl:: etc. I'ric prisoning is also fre-
Today's Market Quotations
Chicago, 111., Feb. 18. Cattle, 4,000;
slow. Beeves 6.70(7; 9.15, stockers 4.75
7.60, cows, 3.10TX7.40, calves. 7.00
Hogs. 17,000, strong. Light 7.20f?
8.50, mixed S.15fj 8 40, heavy 7.93?
8.45, bulk 8.35??8.45.
Sheep, 15,000, steady.
Chicago, Feb. IS. Hog receipts were
light; became exrited at 10c to 15c
Northern Pacific 11474!
People's Gas 109T4
I Reading 157V
;Rock Island common 21;
: Roc k Island preferred ZdV!
I'Dicn Pacific 154
1'. S. Steel common 60V.'
; C. S. Steel preferred 108V
organization with the election of D. !
H. Smith as chairman and W. H. j
Keely, secretary. Mr. Keely then read j
a letter from L. H. Nutting, secretary
onaracters, aside from ms own
versatility in interpreting many
well-known dramatic characters. Fie
has made a long and careful Etudy of
qi:rn: cause of headaches, dizz; spei:s, '. advance.
nervousness aud rheumatic
the Davenport association. whojn;3 art, is possessed of a fine voice.
Hulk sold at 8.40fjS.50, while ship-
inner grades went at 8.50.
Cattle, active, strong.
Live muttons, steady, strong.
A MOTHER'S LETTER
- 71 ... at. i .
J3J fJ&L rf-Zc,
spoke on behalf of the directors of
' that society. The letter gavs iu detail
jthe standing of the Davenport society
and expressed the desire that a con
solidation with Rock Island and Mo
line could be effected. Chairman
Smith thereupon appointed President
Myers, W. Keely and H. E. Killmer,
to meet the Davenport committee. Be
fore the meeting occurs, however, Mo
line will be invited to be present.
The sentiment as expressed last
night was strong for a consolidated or- j
ganizaticn of the poultry raisers and I
I fanciers of the three cities and con-. All the
tiguous territory. Commissioner j Argus.
Archie Hart, who is a member of the
j board, Mr. Keely, President Myer and
1 others voiced their approval of nny
j plan that tends to make the three aa-
soclationa now" existing into one which
. will be capable of putting on a chicken
show that will surpass anything ever
seen in this vicinity.
If the consolidation plans material
ize, in all probability the first exhibit
will be held the week of Thanksgiving
sp!endid presence and pleating per
sonality. Without employing theat
rical effects, unassisted by oenrr per
sens, and without the use of wigs,
makeups, theatrical delusions and
other mechanical devices, Mr. Cham
bers presents the plot, scenes and
characters of a play in such a man
ner that the audience loses sight of
tbe impersonator and sees only his
characters as they come and go, feels
their presence and appreciates their
motives and desires.
Y'!:vn Fuffering so. try Doan's Kid
ney Piii.-. a remedy that has proven
effect. vn in thousands of such cases.
Let a Rock Island woman tell of her
Mrs. Westerdai, 2H0 Thirteenth
street. Rock Island, 111., says: "I have
used Doa'-.'s Kidney P1113 with such ex
cellent results that I :mi giad to tell I
others about them. I had severe pain3 j
in my back which kept me in misery, j
After stooping, I had trouble; in
straightening aud my kidneys weret;
weak Knd inactive. All tnese troubles 1 American Sugar Refining
disappeared after I took Doan's K.d-1 American Tel. & Tel. ..,
Oats opeied 34Vi-318; closed:
I-ard 10.C5; ribs 10.55.
924 ft 9 27s; closed
news all the time The
NEW YORK STOCKS.
New York, Feb. 18. Following are
u'ir,:?t'ns on ;h market toclav:
bv all dealers. Price !u !
will be a fine feast
with the Elkhorn
All Hps imack with pleasure
over the spicy tana; of Eihorn
Pimento. Elkhorn Cheese helps
digest a hearty dinner.
Made from pare pasteurized
milk and always sold absolutely
fresh. Nourishing as meat.
Ask Your Dealer
f 1 "i
rents. tos'er-.Milhurn company, Hur- gt pal!i l07-4
fa!o. New York, soie agents for the s Illinois Central 123
I niten t-rates. Internationa! Harvester . . 10R
e name Doan's and ; xew York Central 104V
LOCAL MARKET CONDITIONS.
Feb. IS. Following are the whole
sale quotations on the local market
Creamery butter, 38c.
Dairy butter, 30c.
l.p.rd, per pound.
Fresh eggs, 20c to 21c.
Storage eggs, 18c.
Potatoes, 50c to 60c.
Cabbage, 1" r" pound.
Onions, lc per pound.
?ed and Fuel.
Timothy hay, $15 to 20.
Oats, 32c to 35c.
Corn, 45c to 47c.
Coal Lump, per ton, 12.25; ala:a,
Washington The much-disputed
right of one aviator to My over anoth
er's land may be touched upon if not
specifically considered, by the supreme
court for the first time shortly after
tho court convenes next week.
(Continued From Pas ThreO
hr sent the ordinary boxer to the
In th first round Thompson brought
blood from Moha's nose by use of left
straight jabs. Moha found a defense
for the blow In the second session and
this was the only punishment he rs
celred in the entire mill.
The left side of Thompson's face
was badly swollen as the result of the
many wallops which Moha landed with
his right hand. It was not an Inter
esting bout to watch. It was featured
mostly by Infighting and there wal
little boxing displayed at any time.
As a result of his victory Moha
claims the light heavyweight cham
pionship of the world.
1 '-y ,j"
Commence Sunday Shoots.
Company A. I. N. O., has commenced
its series of Sunday shoots, whloh will
he held from now on until about May
1, every Sunday afternoon on the In
door range at the Armory hall. The
company met at the Armory last even
ing for drill work and for the trans
action of routine business.
At High School
An indication of the good feeling
which exists between the stndente of
Davenport and Rock Island high
schools and which bodes well for an
esriy resumption of all athletic Fo
Only with KIRK'S
FLAKE (White) Soap
can you be sure to have
your clothes wash easier
and quicker and whiter
than ever before and at
the same time feel per
fectly sure that they are
not beinpr rotted with
chemicals and "dirt-atarters."
Equally effective in cold or hot
water, with or without boiling
Order from your grocer
today. Do it while
you think of it.
Vm jap rose
forth ToiUt and Bath
Big dance every Wednesday
and Saturday night at
B. C. Dancing Club
Special Wednesday night.
Look You Dancers Q pep I A! IQTC CflD
wn 8 J I L b I (I L I u I J lull
TO THE BIG SALE AT
S. Fryer's New and Second Hand
store. We are selling every
thing in the house at one-fourth
to one-half off. as we need tbe
room for spring and summer
goods. We have a number of
heaters which must go at half
price; also a number of cook
stoves and ranges. Bed springs
and mattresses at your own
price. Don't forget we have the
best assortment of furniture,
carpets, rugs, trunks and suit
cases. Tools of all kinds. We
buy, sell or trade anything of
value. Give us a call. Be con
vinced of what a dollar can do at
1505 SECOND AVENUE
O mm FwOtsbI
for Pi ml in. Opna,
WW Draf Uiaf ,
tbt Takacce Habit
DISEASED MEW WHO ARE WORKING EVERT
UAV, WHO MIC NOT SICK ENOVGII TO BE IX
BED, kHOtID XOT WAIT UNI II- SU'KNKSS LAYS
iUEM Vf. THUV SHOULD COMtLT AT OMB
AN HONEST DOCTOR
Who Will Render Them High-Clacs S ervice.
Thousand of young and old men ran look back at
their boyhood day or furly maniioint with a sigh of
remorse. BLOOD and CHRONIC iJi.SKA.StS up the
very life and vitality of the victim. If you are a vic
tim of any chronic dls-ae. tonauU ua llrst. Don't
waate tlma or money experimenting with patent med"
mines or common treatments. 01. r large omnea are
equipped with all the latest uppllarices. Including the
X-ray. When you treat with 11 you are not expert- 10XAM IWATIAlt
mented on. but we start you right In with the pame KHEBL
treatment that hae cured thousands of others. The many years' eznar
lence In this specialty has placed u beyond the experimental stare
Wa aorrsafully treat rrvoui Drblltlr. arlcoar rlcs, KnlarsraS
tale, Lcers, Korea, Blood l'ulio, Kidney aad Bladder UUaami IMiTI
aau Hertal Dlsraaes) Heart, I.ubkb, t atarrh, Stuuiarb mma Chronic DImm.
inr Vni I -N'KKV0,j3 no despondent; weak or debllltatedrtlreS
AKt TUU f?rVlr.S,; .D m'tion-llfclesa; memory poor; i...
nils. iVTV lly latUued; excitable and irritable; eyei sunken. Vid
and blurred; plmplea on face; restl-ss. hagKard-looklna;; weak bank
bone pains; hair loose; ulcers, aore throat; varicose veins- lack of '
ergy and confidence? Seek the ,.Unsel and aid of an honest doctor f
this kind, wno offers you a helping hand. We will aid you to rise abovl
your wrongdoing, and make a man of you. We offer you honest, faith
ful aervlce, new. advanced treatment, expert skill and reasonable char
es. Patient from out of town need not remain here, but can r.?..f
home earn day.
on account of never having received relief elsewhere, and they had al
most become so skeptical us to think there v.as no cure for them w.
want an opportunity to treat Just such men. and It makes no difference
how many have fulled to cure you. Come to us for an examination in.
way and it will not cost you a dollar. We will not accept pay tor anv
service unles we believe your case curable, so don't hesitate. If vof.
have any diseases f- weakness peculiar 10 men. but come at ouoa? ,,
tnlng strictly confidential. !--
COPENHAGEN MEN SPECIALISTS
11 FlrtevQta St., (Seron Floor),
Hours Open only on Wednes
days from I In the afternoon un
til 9 In the evening and Friday
evening 7 to 9. and Sunday
mornings. to 12. During other
days call at Davenport office.
X. W. Cor. Fourth and Brady Streets,
Hour Every day. a. m. to S p .
m , except Wednesday. Wednesday
hours. I to 11 only. T-iesday and Sat
urday evening. 1 to I. Closed on
liations, came to the five members or