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THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS, FRIDAY. Arim, 4, 1913.
TESTED HIS NERVE
Daily United States Weather Map
A Blind Struggle For Life In the !
Depths of the Earth.
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u 5 Department of Agriculture, j
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FORECAST FOR ROCK ISLAND, OAPEN PORT, MCLINE. AND VICINITY.
Cloudy and colder tonight with the lowest temperature slightly below the freezing point
Saturday fair and rising temperature.
Tb Horn: . Ii. !i ub ff'iriuy civ-r
tli: Ti,rn! lalii'.n has mucd sinwlv
irfirtlimM ar 1 :o th" hikt- rxi"t. aii'l
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iaaa of I'lrin I'lits. de.-tased tne un
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r'.aadrd with ni ab-ei dfend.nia M
"in Water Tower con-pany l.avInK heer.
filed in thr r.erk a t.fri,-e of the . ir.-.nt
-i'urt of aa.d 1 .Hint), r.ott.e Is tr.ei--f"r
heiefy ftven to- the aald non-res-t-!ent
defendanta tr.at the n'mp i:,vr.t
fled her bill of oon.plaint In aald ro ;r:
n t(-. ihan.-er aide thereof, on ; e
?'h day of illrl-,. lslS and U.at trere
.on aumrr.or.a issued ojt o: said
.ourt. wr.rLr. said aj:t is r.ow r.-r.d-
re.urr.ae.e .m tt e first M nd a ln
" month of ili) ii.it. aa Is ly ;aw rt
Now. unlesa vou t'-i
nen cetividsTus above r.an:-.l H
.it-known he.ta at .1 .lev :ee . s
fe:.danta s.;a.: ( er...:..i',.v lie ar.1
retore aj.n nr.-.it: . ...nt.
day of tne rent -eim i! rf.y
l-o.den at Ko.-k t.n.i. n and f.
fount) o-i (I e M o '.a. ,,.
next. a.r,d j.'.e.id at.svver dem-ir
sa.u .-oni t . : .-.a n t s .;i: or .-om j- ttt r. tn.
sams and f:e mat'ers and 1 1. ; i icj, t e-e -In
enaru 'd ai d s:-ed w 1, be taa.-v a-
r-'.r.fesse.l a- d ri ,1,-. ree en:ei.-d .sa i.c
jcu a.-.-ordms ;o i:.e prayer of aa.d b.;:.
iV.OK'iK W liAMBl.E, flc-k
R-vk Is. and i:l. Mar.-n ii. IS! 3
liarprr, cumylainant 9
IF YOU HAVE DECIDED
tc rrove, call the Rapid Delivery Ex
prtta company. Telephone W. 1198.
Prices reasonable. They also deliver
launches to and from the river.
A Tl " " - --V - (
. 7 WiU-lS L. MOORS. Uuet.
M:-so';ri va ".'. a-irj :h- attendant
hl.arp fall in i n.; ' aturp has rxtend-'
"! a5 far eastn-nr-l a? Illinois. The
ci-.sfA arr run; f n; r.- nf th-sr- condi-j
i'-ns ;; hp artinrir.j l,y dourly and
' 'd'-r w-ati' r in ic;ni tonht. -
fcliow,..; i,y f?.:r ea'h-r arid rising
Atlantic (' :.
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K;i:itj.s (,'ity 74
Today's Market Quotations
CHICAGO MARKETS. .New York Central
By A--u. .a-...d i-rss . 'Northern Pacific .
Chicago, III. Annl 4. Cattle 2, "On ;' Pennsylvania ...
s'rong to shade higher. Breves 7.2'ifi People's Gas
cowti and h-ifers S.70 V25; oth- 1 Reading
r:'F litu ha n ;:(!.
I Hots 'Jl.i
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NEW Y0R STOCKS.
Ne .v York. Apr:, i. Fallowing are '
the guotat'or.s rn tte market todsir: i
An. erica n Si. ear
Afiierlcaii Tel &
, .no'ts ( int:a
1 nteruaf.or.nl Harvester
It Must Be All Over Town
For scmebody is sending eve-ybody
Confidential and private consulting
Not even our Name on windows
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t n at i''li.iTl siitaiiMH:
Mn'' Money. Money! Our Money Never Runs Out
You Can Deposit in our Bank Jurt
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Personal leans or. Diamonds and
i !leraret- "10tt exPen,ive
yn; wi n iiu 111 Iijwi, t.
1619 SECOND AVE.,
Phone W 177. Call, write, cr send
" ' " W - 'yiwinim
Nw Orleans 52
New York 54
St. Louis 72
St Paul 3S
San Diejro 64
jSan Francisco 56
! Washington, D. C. ..54
! Winnipeg 42
' Yellowstone Park . . .
.7i RIVER FORECAST.
.37 j Only slight changes in the Missis
A'i sippl will occur from below Dubuque
.no I to Muscatine.
.0'i I J. M. SHERIER, Local Forecaster.
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Rock Island common .
Rock Island preferred
. . 1 56
S;rpl rotnnion .
Htet 1 preff rre.I
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A .nil 4. Following an- the wlfie-
I 111- I A n W I r nx.,r..-.
raie i;uc.auom on
ue lotaj market
( r aTi-'ry but'rr. 3l"C.
I. airy l.uttrr. iic.
, I. an!, ll:u.c per pound.
Fref h ;i;s. 1 7'2 .
I Storago cgns, 1:4c.
j f !d KT-tatO'-s, o'. .
I New potatoes. 4c to Sc pr pound
f'rilp';, age. lo per pound.
On.ons, lc jer pound.
Feed and Fuel.
Timothy hay, $15 to $18.
Oats, 34c to 35c.
Wheat. 80c per bushel.
I ."orn, 50r to Elc.
I t oai Lump, per ton
I slack, stjeady.
$3 50 to $4;
I Are you frequently noarse? Do vou
hare that annoying
tickl-.T.jr In vnnp
ui&iiiig in jour
tDroat- I your cough annoy you
at Elfc and do you raise mucUE 1n
'be morning? Do you wan' relief
if so tav rhhprhin'. r.,v. D
. ..ISU "C.U-
edv and von will h nl.d cm ,
all druggists. (Adv.)
AJl the news all the time The
You! Thank You!
to our new location and private
rooms in our new location, 1619
at 1619 Second avenue,
the same as any other Bank.
jewelry or any high grade article
and Privte loan parlors west of
Celebrated as the
E0CK ISLAND, ILL.
messenger boy. Open eveninos
- wii j n. imiw
To be lo6t in tbe wooda or on the
plains is a fearful experience, but there
the Tlctlm has the bearens above hltn
and can at least see his way about- '
The terrors of a similar adventure la
the utter blackness of a gas filled coai
j mine are thus described by a corre
i spondeut of the Youth's Companion:
1 was working alone In a room" on .
the second south entry of the mine. ,
It was 5 o'clock, the time for firing the
afternoon blasts. The man who wn ,
"drlTlng" the entry lighted his fuse
and came back thronjcu tbe entry call
ing out "Fire!" One after another th
other miner set off their blasts ana
came along the entry until they reach- ,
ed my room. I lighted my fuse, watch
ed It sputter for a moment and went
out Into tbe entry to writ for the blast
Severn I seconds passed, and there
was no explosion. My fellow miners
passed out of the entry and left me
alone. I went back Into tbe room and
found that the blast opening was clor
ged so that the fire could not reach tbe
powder. I had to remade the tamping
and recharge the drill bole. By thk
time tte mine was filled with dense,
gas laden powder smoke from the other
In the stlflln smoke I recharged the
bole, tamped it. inserted the fuse,
lighted It from my head lamp and hur
ried to the month of the room. The
work was hastily done. Wben the
powder exploded the rush of air extin
guished my lamp.
The darkness was absolute, and there
ts no darkness so dense as that of a
mine. To my consternation I found
the matches In my "Jockey box" so
damp that they would not ignite.
Then I became really alarmed. I was
,! two miles Tinder ground without a light
) in an atmosphere so heavy with gas
; that It would not snstain life for any
i length of time.
I 1 dashed Into the ntry. ran against
1 a pillar and was knocked nearly sense
I staggered to my feet and groped
down the tunnel. In a coal mine great
oaken valves or doors close the en
trances to the various tunnels. The
air enters through tbe main entry and
Is sucked out of tbe mine by great
fans at the opposite end of the mine
after It has been distributed through
the workings by means of these valves
and crosscuts situated near them.
Restore Faded "and Gray Hair
to Natural ColorDandruff j
0'rr Rom-ii-ivorl t
There !9 nothing new about the idea of
using Sage for restoring the color of the
hair. Our grandmothers kept their hair
arK, glossy ana aoundant by the use of
a simple "bage Tea." Whenever their
hair fell out or took on a dull, faded or
streaked appearance, they made a brew
of Sage leaves, and applied it to their
hair with wonderfully beneficial effect.
Nowadays we don't have to resort to
the old-time tiresome method of gather
ing the herbs and making the tea. This
is done by skillful chemists better than
vre could do it ourselves; and all we
have to do is to call for the ready-made
product, Wyeth'a Sage and Sulphur
Hair Remedy, containing Sage in the
proper strength, with the addition of
Sulphur, another old-time scalp remedy.
This preparation gives youthful color
and beauty to the hair, and is one of
the best remedies you can use for dan
druff, dry, feverish, itching scalp, and
falling hair. Get a fifty cent bottle
from your druggist today, and you will
.I'.ioc.j 01 uie units, resuiu. All
Jmnm.is oil . I
the monev will be rmoVd if thl
remedy is not exactly as represented
! sP"clal ents. Harper House phar-
- -ig.V O. nj . .. . j .
Non-resldi-nt puardlnnV notif-e of ar.
pliratl.-n to sell real estat- of her ward
lu Kerijamm T. Stiles, a person of
un.sound mind and to all persons whom
1 1 ma v- oonrei n
N'ottre i hereby piven that the un
d.rs,K,,(.d. A!i-e ,-. sn;-s. guardian of
Henjamin T. utiles a person ..f unaound
"i.im. aopointea su. n guardian l.v the;
distrirt .o.irt ,rf the oo intv of l:ia. k ,
.Jiawk. In the s'ale of Im-a. will ldll(.
application t.. the ,-lrruit court, t., tl
l.ei'l in and for tne . o.jntv of Ho. k N- I
; land, in the state of Illinois. :it a r k
,ulai term 'hereof, to he beKun and l ;,l '
at ihe iD in house in the . jty of iio.-k i
.island. In the . oui.tv of .-k
! Island, and state of Illinois, on fre hist 1
(Monday of May. A I 1913. for an orn.-i I
ami d- of said .-..urt. a ut ... .,-izir.j; I
land d:ie, ;ir,s h.-r a- sj-h Kuadian n, '
s.l ail tne ini.rest ,( Urr said ward 1
j Benjamin T. Stii.s. a p.-rs-.n of in
sound mind, in a:.d to the follow lni n'.-- ;
Jorlbed real estate, to-wit
The west one hundred and eip-htv-nine '
I feet of MUh-Iot number fiv e , ; ln '
number tix n; 1. in the southeast .i..;r
, ter of section ten 1 1 1. m township sev - :
'enteen .lTi. r.'rrth ransc- two . ; . west
'of the fourth rrin.-lpal merl.l.an. a
; Sia'.d sub-lot is shown and desicnat'd,
'on the plat of Dexter s s ; b-di v Ision of i
l"ts six and n:r,. in the soutneast iuar- 1
ter of see t ion ten. ar.d tr.j nortloast
fractional Quarter of sertii-n Pff en m
I said trWT.shir reeortej in the n .-r.rd-!
ier's offi, e of R.,.-k Isiar.d .-Mir,!v. Ii i-;
r.ois. In ho'-k ". of pia's et pap '
also trie ripnt to i.e in common will,
tne ow ner o' the east tl.re. hundred ar.d I
I sr-ver'v-eijrr.t feet of th- north (! j-r. j
feet of said sub-io'. of the south t-n i
'feet of tne east three hundred and sev - 1
enty-eiirh' feet ...f said suh-iot live fori
ithe purpose of a private drive ..r pas- j
I safr-e way to the west or-.- hundred and :
. elsrntv -nir.e feet of said s ib-h-t. sit i-I
'atd in s?id .o-intv of Ro, K island and
1 state of fimois or so mu. h thereof as
I anali seem t said ' ireui: .-ourt t... lo- to
1 ihe best interest of said ward. Her.j,.-n-.in
T Sl ... for ttie support of said ;
ward and for 'he purpose .,; investirei
tr-e pr-nr of su. h sale as shall not '
be immediately requisite for su:h sup- 1
port, in other real estate, r-r of other- I
wise .r.vestir.p the same, as shall be ;
an.-t:, nei by law
Luted this 4th dm- f April A T" I
ALICE ". PTII.E?
I'.prdiar, if sa.d r.enjam'n T Stiles a'
l'-n; :i ' '.-o-.r.d mind
V i-.k-i. Ingia.ai Swetcey s-ji.i
AGE TEA WILL
DARKEN THE HAIR
A Suit or
Top Coat to
As You Want
It, for $15.
GLAD to have you call and inspect the wonderful
values we offer. See the new spring fabrics
every one all wool and a new design. Select the
fabric you like best and we'll tailor a suit to ycur meas
ure as you want it. We are showing some excellent val
ues in spring suitings to measure at
SEE OUR HIGH-CLASS FABRICS AT $18 AND $2 0
HAMILTON WOOLEN co.
A JL X. JLJLJLU MILL TO MAN TAILORS
M. J. SLATTERY, Mgr.
1812 SECOND AVENUE ROCK ISLAND. ILLINOIS
I reached a rloor. pulled it open and
passed through. Beyond It two tun
nels came tottethor nt a risht uncle.
One led toward the open air. the other
into the depths of the mine. My
eense of direction was entirely pone,
add I could lot tell which t. take. It
was all chance. I went nho.id and aft
er a time reached another valve.
If I only had a llstht; One pliinpsi
of the number painted on the door
would tell rre where I was. I tried to
feel the number with my fincers. but
fn vain. I pushed through the door
and entered anotli'-r tunnel, down
which I walked for hours, as it seem
ed. My head was bursting with pain
from the pas.
Then I heard the sound of fiinr.ing
water. I knelt down, dipped In my
hand and found that I was .mr up
stream and consequently deeper and
deeper into the mine. So I turned
back, reached the vah e and felt aionp
the pillar until 1 found the other tun
nel opening. 'The pus had by this time
beftun to affect my brain, and I reeled
and staRttered as I walked. I left fhe
track sind walked in the "sump" water
up to tny knees, keeping one liimil on
the wqll to steady myself.
I passed through valve after ralre
and tried to kepp count, but my brain
refused to peform that simple tasK.
At last I putihed tliroiiph a valve and
felt a Wast of fresh, cold nir. With
that breath of oxygon my reason re
turned. With renewed eourape I push
ed) forward Many times in followins
that life pivin? current of air I r.l.mi-'ed
thronptb narrow eross outs, stumbled
over masses of slate, fell Into watct
holes and bruised myself by striking
against the sharp corners of the coal
vein, but I was steadily creeping near
er to the snrfaee
Suddenly I stumbled acainst a loaded
coal car. That meant that I was in the.
main entry, but how far from the en
tranoe I o-ouid riot tell. I worked my
way alone the strincr of loaded ears
and begun to aseetid an iu line. The
fresh air swept down the t"'inel in a
gflle. I kept peer-In;: ahead, in the lioj-e
of seeing daylight, but none appeared
I eondered w hy. 1 broke into a rcn.
and ln another minute ! had emerL'i.!
from the mine and stood gazing at the
stars. It was almost midnight, and I
had left my room shortly nf'ir 5
Not Sulphur at All, Only the Pollen
Grains of Pire Trees.
.Many persons are aware h in
spring, and especially in early spring.
It happens that after a shower the
edge of every pool ,f water in the
Ffreets and along the sidewalks will he
bordered l.y a ritn of .ale ye'l e.v color
As the water evaporates this ring re
mains as a fine powdery mass, so mu'-h
resembling sulphur ns to have given
rise to the nr. me "sulphur showers "
This so cailetl sulphur is. of course, not
sulphur at 0'.!. When examined iimk-r
the microscope it is found t. he made
up of a mass of the yellowish pu'.U-n
prams of pine trees
Instead of consisting of a single -(il.
as do inosr 00 len grains, that of the
pine consists of three cells, the two
larger end ones being h'le.l with air
and the other containing i,e onllni.rv
fertilizing principle Ihe two air con
taining cells are larger than (he o:.iei
and act ns tjall.atis to luiov it up in the
In pines and aliie, irees fertilization
Of the .-..Ill's, l) Wli.i-il tlie.V .ire .11-
complislied by the wind tint is, the
pollen Is produced in immense quanti
ties and is transported through the air
to tbe cones, which are ofleu on sep
arate, widely distant trees. Thus It
often happens that the pollen gets up
in the higher currents of the air. Is
enrried for long distances and Is only
brought down to the earth by the rain,
producing the so called shower of sul
phur. Harper's Weekly.
Value cf Merriment.
The mre physical act of laughter
qui'-kens the circulation and the breath
ing, supplies the b.xly with more oxy
gen and stimulates every organ, (iood
humor dispels ill health O-ir mood-i
or humors affect the health for good or
ill The meal eaten to the accompani
ment of family quarrels or depressing
arguments is liifinilelv less valuable
than the one taken In pleasant com
pany. Indianapolis News.
"I tell you. Pat. it's the oul.l frinds
that are the l.et. and I can prove it."
"How will ye do that. MikeV"
j "Where I ask ye as man to man
j where will ye lit.d a new frind that
j has stood by ye as long as the ould
j ones';" Chicago Record-Herald.
! More Deadiy.
j "Pa V
j "What is a buttress?"
"A buttress js er why a nanny
! goat, of course. Why don't yon use
I your head n little and not ask so many
1 nii'st'n'f" Newark Star.
which the bus aes3 of this bank is conducted
are those that have built & strong, safe, suc
Strict adherence to these principles ani policies in everj
transaction and the adoption of modern methods of protec
tion and safety standards by vh;ch savings banks may well be
measured in the years to come.
Make Our Rank Your Bank
H E. CASTEEL. I'reojaent. M. S. 11EAG1, .ct 1'rta. Ii. it. Siamou. Ca x
Southwest corner Second avenue and Ei.rrhtoenth street.
I 1 have but one lamp by which my
J feet are guiil.tl. ami mat Is the lump
I of experience I know no way of
j Judging of the rmnre but by the past
I fatrick Henry.
S P ECI A L
UNTIL APRIL 15
All main springs, guaranteed 18
months, for $1 no. Kxpert watch
and jewelry repairing.
A. N. REINERT
118 18th Street
Hudson & Son
Contractors and Builders.
Remodeling and Veneer
Floors a Specialty.
1133 11th Ave.
Phone West 2073
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