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OUT HEAVY WORK r
THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS, FRIDAY. APRIL 4, 1913.
NEW ENGLAND JUDGE
TO VALUE RAILWAYS
fcj.f --sm&..- ""'''-&
State's Attorney Plans to Clean f
Up Criminal Docket in the j 7
County Court. ! fcr ' "
As s : hats finish-! the cnm- j
ir.al rai., P,.r to- hearmr, in 'hp eir- : ?-
ri;ir cr::-:. Stite's Attornev p l- ' V.i-
Ti.r,?!-p..rr will take up the criminal j
"'-K f-f th- o:jr. v court. That he
ivf-rjfi v f!-n un tho ra: in
a " r.f tt.em off th docket '
d :iT"d rf In eviden-o-j J-,-.- the'
'.f " hich he has fixed for a j
r Tp-tp ar many mo- cases j
p. t 'h l', b-:r he pr"ai!3s
' ' :: up :n order aud kep I
-t. -.- ur- i are. ,,..,j !
. ,,n,ian.s oj.her ronvjrlH,l j
c : Partial trial list j
' T nt. l-ropinp house of'
.'.iartTii. wife abar.do.i- I
x " - fry
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A RUINED ROMANCE-i
Genevieve Ward's Story of Her
Wedding Tragedy Parted
at Church Door.
We Want This
UH- M" It J . ii .1. ..
inth to Be Our Banner
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-. l"epiric liniite of j
zr-ple. kfep:n- house of i
kppine house of i
V-irn-f " pit-,
.t a ("or.f.
AiiBunf GoTsrh, Illegal sale of cream.
V.-;-pr Rraypr. illpal sale of rr?am.
Ri-5Pt . apsault with deadly
i;:'-.s Bayset'. assault with deaJlv
-J3U7. na'Tnsort. bastardy,
f rrlf'hel, tlisr,rdprly conduct.
rrnrr r.t-hnkpn. wife ahandonmpxn..
Henry V. An.l-rson ex'ortion bv
t !! A
'''iKi.-ini Crorton and Ir-in(t t.ovinp.
"l''Jiin.nr coods and chattels by false
r'l"'r'f larrard. nhtainini; pinid-t
aiid (h i ' ."-1B by fa'se prptenss.
Jadrc Charles A. Proaty.
"ash:neton, April 4 Nearly a
scorf of ypars of Pprvicp on the :nter-
s'a'e --ommerce commission are behind
Judpe charleg a. Trouty, who Is to dl
rprt the physical valuation of the rail
roads. Hp is a Vf-rmoniPr liorn and bred
How Whiat Perapirai.
When you m,. persplriiift furiously in
the dj; d:iys jt may or may not ...n
sole you to think that an ordinary field
of wh.-it Is t'ivinc off moisture quite
lis furions'y. Metween th months of
April and July, according to Sir
Jnuies liewnr. a fmhl of wheat per-spiri-s
xiinVient moisture to cover the
surfu'-c of it icround to n depth of nine
In' iios Another interestlnK fact iatbat
It rwii:lr.-H three and a half pounds
i f iv::ter ti. jro1uce sixteen jrrntns of
"heat Sppaklnc of the solar radiation
jmafK.si.r-d of rr.p w Erclanri cool-:i-ps
of jiidement and hardness of
head. Hp is excppdincly wf-11 versed
on tho railroad situation, from the s"
era! standpoints of the consumer, th"
shipper, thp investor and the manaepr.
Jutipo -rrouty was borr In Vermont
!in IS.". TI-.h car"r ine-ltidea his grad
uation from Iartruoulh college, a s-r-vlr-e
as teacher for a number of ypars.
h'.s marriape to Ahbie Davis, a Inns
'practice as a lawyer, a rcporiershp In
lie state siirreme court, a membership
in the s'ate Ipt-slartire. and chairman
ship of th" iiuprs'ntp commerce com
mission afrei- S years as a member of
in tropical -.. s-r .lamps says that
In six bour about four-tenths of a
Mii:ire tu;;,. t-..(--iv.-s bt-nt equlvnlent to
the combustion ,f l.i-ini toi;s of coal,
while an urea of i.iiimi siii:- miles
receives in on,. ir bent e-iuivulent to
I.iknm.mmhh. t,,:-s of coal-tbe wboln
estimate.! -o.-il ...itt-.i:t of Knrope and
Amerle.-i -i l-iliotplpbi.i Loiter
The M, i!,rnl Adviser by
R. V. I-irrrr, .;. (.. iuf
ili, .V. unmrrra hngts
vf dr lira if quentiona
n.'n-if iiluch f-erj wan
or troninn, innlr. or war
rifd outjlit toknnw. Sent
jrrf on rcip? ff?1 onr
rrrt fiianip In pay for
wmpvintf and ivailtng.
ET the -rreatest athlete have dyspepsia and his
M.VAnntU -.11 1 . . " ' r
"""n1" noiiii lan. une s Fiain:na lorce-
fulltiess ami Htrxnirth tf i
--..p... v. li.iim Jl IllUMJie
defend upon the blood, and the blood in turn
requires a healthy stomach, for tho stomach is tho
laboratory where the food is dipested ar.d such ele
rnenti are taken up or assimilated which make
blood. In consequence nil the orrana of the body
such as heart, lunpa, liver and hninevs, as well as
the nervous syr-tcm, feci the baU etfec't if the eiom-at-h
Jiplpi thp stomach to dic.-Ft f,.or p-oporly, starts the
liver into new activity, rcmov.nir tho poisons from thn
Mood, and the various orpji-s pot ri. h. red blood, in-
ot be,aC n..un!u-,'. Tin- rpf reshinp jnlluenco
cr tnis i extract of native itie.hcinai plar.i has ben
favorably knorn f..r over -V) yi-arn. Kvcrywhero
some neigh hor enn 1. 11 you of th - pood it h:ii ci.im;.
;U md"""r '''-- In liquid ortahli-t foro"
Hotel. Uaffaio. and a trial fccx wlU be nuliel yoa.
EH Horblit's Dept. Store S
Dry Goods, Motions and
and Fancy Groceries
Northeast corner Eighteer.'h Street and Second Avenue
in Mrs T-weedie's "Thirteen Tears
of a Busy Woman's Life" are some
. stories or G.uierieve Ward, the famous
, One morulni: In March. 211S. came a
: knock on .Mrs. Tweptiles door, and in
walked Miss Ward
"Out for my constitutional, my dear."
. she exclairc.Ml "So I thoueht i would
Just look you up. 1 hare walked sir
miles this morning, and after a little
rest and chat with you I shall walk an
other mile home and enjoy my lunch
eon all the tetter for it."
"Vou are a marvel 1" exclaimed orr
author. "Seven miles and over seventy.
1 saw your "Volt: inula' was a great suc
cess the other day when you played U
: with Benson."
"Yea."' she said, "and the next day I
j stHried for Rome. I got a telejrram say
Ins one of three old cousins, with whom
1 1 was staying In Rome a few week
j previously, had died suddenly, so four
hours after receiving the message 1 set
"Were you very tired T"
' "Xo. not at all. 1 knitted nearly all
the way and talked to my fellow pas .
senders and when I arrived. Instead of
resting, went at once to see to some
! business, for these two old sisters, one i
of whom Is blind, were absolutely pros- 1
trared with grief and had done nothing
while awaiting my arrival. I stayed a
i fortnight with them, settled them op
and arrived back a few days ago."
Here is the pathetic story of Miss
Ward's marriage tragedy as she told it
to Mrs. Tweedie:
I "I was traveling with my mother and
' brother on the Kiviera in 1S."5 when
! we met a Russian. Count de Uiierbel.
lie was very tall, very handsome, very
j fascinating, very rich and twenty-eight
; 1 was seventeen. Fie fell In love with
me. and It was settled I should be mar
r'ed at the consulate at Nice, whih 1
was But the Russian law require-!
that the marriage should be repented
In the Russian church to make th
ceremony binding: otherwise I was hU
legal wife, but he was not my legal
'"It was arranged, therefore, thit 1
should go to Paris with my mother,
the count going on in advance to nr
range everything, and we would lie re
married there in the (ireefc church
When we arrived in Paris it was Lent,
when Mi marriage cim take place in
the Greek church, and so time passed
"lie must have been a thoroughly
had man. becansv he did his best a
that time to persuade me to run away
villi him. always reminding u:e that 1
was his legal wife The whole thir-.-was
niprely n trick of this handsome,
fascinating ra-a! Fie proa-ised tin
that if I would co to him be would
take me to Russia at once, and there
we should be remarried according to
the rules of the Greek church. Ilelng
positively frightened by his persist
e:ne. I told my mother At the ame
time rumors of Te Knerltel's anion's
and debts reached her ears, and she
wrote to a coi.sin of ours, then Ameri
can minister in St. Pevr! urg. for con
firniutioii of these reports
"My cousin replied. 'Come at once.
We went. I. of course, under my n n-e-of
Countess de ;r.er!el. which 1 l:,(
naturally assumed froai t tie day of our
wed-l'tig at Nice, and vt stayed at the
embassy in st Petersburg The
counts brother was cl-arinmg to me
He told us n.y husband was a viliaiti
and 1 had better leave him alone That
was impossible, however 1 was mar
ried to him. but he was not ina-tted to
inc. and sii Ii a state of affairs co-n
"It became an international matter,
and ft was arr.-ing-U by the American
government and the 'Tar that we
should be ofliciall-- married at War
saw. The count re-;ed to coun- 'i be
czar therefore sc:t sealed orders for
his appearaiK-e. Wearing a black dress
and fee iiiL apprehensive and misera
bly sad. I went to the f-hur.-li. and at
In order to accomplish this, we need your patronage. To secure your patronage we are going to
offer High Grade and Dependable Furniture at prices that will almost force you to buy. Look
these specials over carefully, read each article, then come in and see them for yourself.
t mm illiy i I m y i special
- i: wWmm$ charge PI f 1 1 w y
MM tmmmi K Willi vl ft
'm i rTO!li.w With p
Satisfactory JJ3 M
Special Reductions on Kugs
9x12 all wool pro-brussel'rngs. These rugs are extra
heavy and are woven of all clean wool yarns and can
be used on either side and are made in beautiful ori
ental patterns. These rues are a reenlar 12. fin
vaiue, Dut during this sale
at a special low price
9x12 Heavy Tapestry brussel rugs in beautiful oriental
patterns. During this sale and g r mtt
while they last ui ipO7 5
This well constructed and massive bed has
2 inch continuous post and five fillers and
lacquered ir. a beautiful Vernis Martin.
This beautiful bed for this week only and
while they last exceptionally
low price of
This one motion eo-cart has
strong wheels and large hood
9x12 Wilten velvet rugs, woven extra heavv and in
sinri , pant fn) r ..... . , ... ' 1 "'
iental'partprns Th-s -iV " t1? "T fl"ral ?r or" with spnngs under
.... ... ...... r n oarcaui at
in uuriiig ir.s sale
seat and is a vfrv cur rirt.no.
.50 T S6.75
This well constructed conch Is covered with fahrl.
cord over best steel coil sp-tnes and has a beautiful
tramp.. Reeuiar fin on value,
for this week
Extended to All
ci BU'l-ui mjim
1816 Third Avenue, Rock Island, 111.
Store Open on
Till 10 p. m.
'f '! -W9k n mmm wy wwinw. 7 , , " , , Ll ei
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. i .. . : T ' ' - . - -
7 ! l.Tm A hood to ( barb's E. Sedan i
:l en G. Cramer,
lo's i.i and In.
undivided half part
c.:;-,p "v'.'ii;er Pu er
t!"i.. Molinc, $1.
Cio-ei . i-tuvtDji to W iiliam lleij:-s-oin.
tract in Moline section Oo-ls-1
' iil.am Ki..-' loiid
:. -i!.t--rfcf, lot n. .
icr- h(M quhrter
in Conrad J.
' !. v est (.' unrter
the altar rails, siqiported by my father
OUR VOTTO QUv.i I r THE HIGHEST AND PRICES LOWEsT
Our specials are very important. Tbcy consist of ev
cveryday nec-ssjf.es aui their low pnees should appeal
tc vour consideration. Re ..cnber that we always place
on st'e items of well knevn merchandise at the very
One lot of 5-4 standard tble oil cloth in white and fancy
regular ISc values for Saturday special yard only. . -4C
"50 yards regular 10c InJia linen for Saturday special,
yard only gr '
4 2 lr.ch bieached peppere'.: pillow casing, the 17c kind
for Saturday special yard lll'C
(Liir.it 10 yards to a cu?iomer. )
One lot 27x54 Axmimste sample rugs, fine patterns.
special for Saturday, each SI 48
All our 6c standard print? will go at 4-1 c
(Tor. --ards to a customer.) " ' ' 2
Al! rur 15c ladies" and children's hese. all sizes, for Sat
urday spcciai each -j -j
A new lire of ladies' Robespiere waists. S2. 48 values for
our Saturday special only Si 75
i Jiiriisiuu loos, tne iuc Kina. yours for
5c hnir net3 as many as you want, two for
and mother and the count's hro
met my htisband
"It was a horrible crisis, for 1 knew
my father was armed with a loaded
revolver, and if De Guerbel refused to
give me the last legal right, which w;:
morally already mine, its contents
wciuld pitt an end to the adventurer's
life There we stood, husband and
wife, knowing the service was a mere
form, but the marring was lawf-i.,y
effected lie tv:d completed his pan.
uf the bargain, and we had learned h'.s
villainy. At the door of the church we
parted, and I nevr saw him agaiu."
Junies 1 to-icy f.t Wi li.r :n Lempbert.
1 i 4. blt.ck I. .M. A. Rodman's subd.
i )W. Hoek 'siat.d. f.fioo.
r'rark P. Flpsnman to Jennie -Mider-t
' ':. 1"' b.ock . Silv-.-. a
i-'-aiik '. retersoa to Kirov B'.:m.
I.erc. lot !f. IkKk C. Columbia Park
ion, Moline. $r,oo.
" iUium Ma's--ret H. Anson to Ed
v "rd S. !-! Jc.-cph ("rabfree. west
i..:.f nor-f,.-r;s; i.a: (.o-it lives quarter
:-eerion 4 J 1'.-." A', fi.
Erti-.'st R. Sutherland to Alice a
Salter, t-ac .": :.-.' est r.uarter ncrth
(ps quarter rcct'on 4-17-J W. $.".."0.
'arl E. Miti-h. 11 to Sam Klashik. lot
C". "Ic-rk L. X Warner's subdivision
urovn A holi u, clar jr Sedan. !
h't ib, biock H. ii. s. Woodburu's ad
dition, -Moline. $1':;5.
Charles E. Sedan to Thomas Bay
arc, shorn, lot 16. block 0, Wood burn's
tuuttion. .Moline. $p,ih.i.
Snsan and Mituiie Schrror to Jacob
Ai tii-r, pan lots 7 and S. block
icv.ei- add;'. on. Rock Island, $.
Louisia A l'merdingcr to Andrew
Aiitupud'i :". p,;n lor :. i.p( laire re
serve. S-1 . 7 1 " I .
I. ell S. Mare-u ty 1 nn:I c. K"!leber.
P3- l-'ts ! ami .1. Bel! st. .Morgan's ad
dition. Mo'ine. ?r. )'"i.
Pel! S. Morgan to t;e-rge A. Bell,
lot 2 and part 1. Rrli s. .Morgan's ad
dition, Moline, J2,4fi'1.
Etmer Johnson to Nois Eklund. lot
i. block 1. third WheeWk's Fifteenth
srfe; addition. Moline. fl.
Fi;tiy rinc out of every ten chsps '
of rhpumatisin is simply rheumatism ;
of the muscies d-jp to cold or damp, j
' or chronic rrieu-r.at ism. neither of J
wh:cb reijiiire any internal treatment, j
All that is needed to afford rel'ef is
the free r-poltcatioti of Chamberlain's j
Liniment. Give i: a trial. You are I
certain to be pleaded v. i'h the quick re- I
1 ef " hich it affords. Sold by all drug
i gists. (Adv.) I
m . c: n it ii r. fl i
3 3- 1- tiUMlUXif
H P.HULL vpsts
IN OUR GROCERY DEPT.
goods eek celebration, our nine Manner Ca;.'nm- ...,,v...
i.-- '.ii t rs lor our sa'urnm ppecta! o: hall l..-e a .
, . - . !
or t o m.s tor
iio- :; Kafile brand m:!k. per car.
Hawaiian pineapie. A'.d:r. or Carra'.on brand,
po i.,.l can. per can
sri-.:-.'!a:ed sucr. CI pounds for
r iif.-p. ioose. per round
"That executor is very energetic In
carrying out the various provisions of
the testator "
"He does seem to be working with a
will." Baltimore American.
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EVERY INDIVIDUAL, WHETHER MAN. WOMAN
EOY OR GIRL, SHOULD HAVE A BANK AC
THERE IS A CLOSE PERSONALITY ABOUT
THAT REMAINS FAITHFUL TO EVERY SIGNAL
HAVING DUTIES AND OBLIGATIONS TO HIM
SELF AS WELL AS OTHER3. HE IS AT A DIS
ADVANTAGE AS LONG AS HE DOES NOT MAKE
USE OF THIS GREAT PRIVILEGE.
The Oval Moon.
According to a discovery made by
Professor C'astadilobo of Portugal, the
moon ia not round, but oval. Cinemat
ograph pictures, taken during an
eclipse of the sun. show a difference of
hree miles between the greatest and
She Anybow. you must, admit he is
a well bred man. Did you notice his
knowledge of Aristotle? He 1 did
and if yon want ray candid opinion. 1
dori't t,-ijeve h's ever been there
Mil iiea polin .lournul
jpa-i nt. per pound
Prunes. - and juicy, two pounds for
A I re of fresh vege'shies an'T
S 1 . 0 0
Medicines that aid r..-.Tur are al
ways ws; succesff ji. Chamberlain s
Coueh Remedy ae's or. this plan It
loosecs -he cough, relieves the l :re
opens ht secr-io-.s and aids nature
'n reF-crrng the sys em to a haihy
cend.-icr.. Soid by all drugg Vs.
Al4 the Lews all :te tirte Tee Argus
you who delight in preparing dainty dishes
for your tabie you who like to make choco
late cakes, puddings, sauces and fudges do
you knew that nal Dutch Cocoa actually
b eerier ror cooking purposes than chocolare
i. iai u nas a ncner. nner navorf It
ar.d it s much easier to use.
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4 INTEREST PAID0N SAVINGS
ORGANIZED- 18 90
NZt r f-4.L- a mt
i-rj v f if t. v. ,
If you are going to re
paper this Spring, choose
now. Stocks are complete,
Our wall paper puts
brightness into your home.
The kind that when you
put them on they stay on.
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to , nvn. Ho. -t. z-n rj f
'l'--Tc -- " o e U fl.-. As. ;ojr rw
WE ALSO DO PAINTING AND DECORATING. E
MATES GIVEN. SATISFACTION GUARANTEED.
'- u-u "ict co. or avHJ cor, cry c-xa.r..
A Nt I '"M i-rr-M t -r-
!i ICS S. Wouh Ave., Oacajr-
1612 Fourth Ave.