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THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS, TUESDAY. APRIL 8, 1913.
FREE LOVE CULT
BY A YOUNG GIRL
Pretty Lethe Kendrich Tells
Sensational Hypnotic Story
to the Police.
CLAIRVOYANT IS ARRESTED
F'rcie3or Bargtow, Alleged to Have
Scjght Downfall of Maiden, l
hr'nisrh th sensational expose of
tii"liods of Prof. Hars'ow, Jocal
n .'"r at:d black art practitioner.,
made by 2n.yearold Letbe Ken-
.. i 'i in po.ice court thin moraine, the
i,i'!n,rities believe they have unearth-
il a fr-e love cult, the destining of
vl'cti ar presided over by n firing
f -I' -."si r to 'lie somewhat famous'
.: f'.yu Ar'hur See i
i i.i 'iniiK that the professor exerted
t i. ' iK-t Miv influence over her, and
t ..' !i- liMiiiotized her into visiting his
l. r!i haunts, the pre'ty Hock Island ,
; .r! vsterday sought the protection
i he police because of improper owr
t , : , a'leped to have leen niade to h"r
i.e crynt.nl caer. "H bar me f.nr
cv.notized and 1 am afruid lit will
i rupliKh h's designs," was her rx- '
action to Uie police. The famous '
' j-iM's'l'-ator was thrown into a cel.
Hterday afternoon and s(eiit the
i:. tioct nt nal hours in siient com
u"i. rioii wuh the vagabond spirit
haticed to alight in "lie city
This morning he was found
. and I'mM Jir.ii and costs, the
: ue being disorder!- condiii'. The.
I .1 : ' r's atomey. C J. S- hro"d"r.
'-.,'r i. pe;;ei the case to ti'i
i i 1 1 1 court. The bond, which was
ii '! ''.'.'. w signed by "I'ii i"
: I--: Mm i.nd I t n F1 un.
Tllll V K' TII
'I In Keiidricli girl, who is ciiiplni-
! i;i a local more first visi ed ih-
I imii's of tiiM soothsaer two inot.t'is
; ii Ai cording to her story, wir- 'n.
i' limes w:is s-nsaUoiial in the e
iii h i . Mie professor exerted a hpno
t i ,(),, hi it her. w iiii-h compel eil
I i in ti 'iim to his place tune and
i.u'iii Wihhine ti v in Hi a fteci ion
! IM I Inver. the alleges dial pro-
'. i .mr 'old her of n case in ati i'iu r
i vli re a husband and wife hid
! : ii.irateil The ;ir! alleges t ! i h t
t ic --1 i s s o r claimed to lone brought
I .e e( ores tl'uc'her l HI ;i 11 - of
. in el i p Ii' r I r'l;i ion H lietweeii l
.irl iii'ii-ilt. lie tur'lief s':.'C(l un-
l e " ,.;.'i 'hilt tin- p'otl"-SO!. i.t'er i-.l-.-.
,e and tailing ninliic lb-rfie.
' '" I'i'i per-ci. atHiscn a s'ut !;ir
i-. iisi. mi i ''in'i' that vhe iirc.it in
e.i'i , r lever. Ii was then thi'i the
tjthe Hvomei aid Be Rid
Catarrh Clears Stopped up
. "i.ir ha reined f.r i .t.ir: ii and
ii"i,i'!'s if the btea liiiiv: orciiis, a
1 M.eiif !h:it i far liet'er than ic:
ii, : th" st .iteai h wi'h 'iieil n,e.
It .i- 'he liea'ntit oils and balsams of
H, me: which medii a'es the air on
b In. ii-ii-hiiie 'iie nii'st reino'e air i
" in til nose, throat unrl hints.
1. 'i i i; i in- catarrhal germ-, ami r -
i ring lica th in the mucous ii'eti.-
.M ii: itic Mw'iiiei you an- trea'uig j
nf i at i Ini troubles with 'he ua
I.: al I
i a ha
I i . i
r , .. , ,
iieil. tor it gnes a nrat:p
h -u 're air passaue.-. It 1, :i -
; healing an an'isept.i eft. :
to th.- air mi the uioiiii'a.n-i
;.e fine-its give off the 'l ilKt'.int j
net has U-netited so mat y suf
cf the wcrst cases of ci'.trr'u.
!l.nsie tia'h. raining of nr.:
e.,.. ifiiuen' sne.lnn. dntppiims in
''.e throat and pjusuiod ic coiiKhir;
i ; i, s -lil ntuUr an absolute yiiitr
nii'ii' to renitiil th money if it lines
i i i ! all tha is el. limed for it. If
'i.e t'-ea' n:f"t dots tot help ou. th- re
v l!1 I . ' lie e petinVs expense. Wr.ile
i i ..- the cost is nominal. A
ii it, pu le Hyniiie! Ouftt sells for cn'y
t l-lxtra bofles if '.hjuid if la'er
1,' . iii ,1 .'.0 ret is.
Tin man I t-i: ir reti fan and dr'tg
i ,. rr w here l Ac.v I
Ninth Successful Year
Tailoring to the City's Good
S22 tn sin
Exclusive Local Dealer in Fine
Clothe Tailoied to Order by
Ed. V. Price Sc Co., Chicago
sotiEht The ai'I of tliecity authori-
I Rl KKil ol'IKI I PIIH IIKII.
. The girl's s'ory. related aftr the
jta'h l:;.d been administered, was such
j as to cause a decided thri.l in ttL,
j court room.
"I visi'ed Prof. Barstow's clairvoy
j ancy place. 1127 Second avenue, two
months ko for the first time," said
the ftirl. who resides at 12i6 Third
avenue. "I paid $1 for the first read-
ini:. at which time the professor ad
; if-ed a course of mental treatment.
' ';r whih I paid 112. 5o in advance. He
i wculd rtib his hands on my forehead
?nd tell me to place my hands togeth
er. He also burned some powder in a
' bo't1" and told me to concentrate my
mind on him. He told mo to think of
him every niph jus' before retiring.
r.iNi. n poTi7.no.
"He feenicd to have some hypnotic
Influence cv"r me. because I always
had a lone'tis to return, and no mat
ter lion- iirrd 1 fcueht against tt. I
seemed to be impelled to his place by
seme mysUrious fcrre. After I had
iK( n 'rere several times. Prof. Bar
sov ki:--"ri me aid to d me to come
bit The laht Mnie I was there, about
a week a Rr, lie put his hands on my
linhs and told me of a lady and her
hutband who were re-united 'after
partinp. through the lady having im
proper rt'ations with the professor.
He : Id me I could win the affection
of m lever by the same methnd. and
jihl.ed me to crnsent. When I remain
ed avty far a time. 1 pot a letter sign
ed by t ie professor, askins me to come
back. The m thsayer told me he was j
ec o! a vacation in .June, litid want- j
ed :ne ,r. ac-cmpLiiy him to Europe." I
Prof. Harstow denied the assertions j
of the cirl but the court found the de- ;
feiidii!' pui'.tv, and entered a tine of j
$ I ."h i on the docket. j
The .eiisa.'ional expose by the ftirl ;
came as an aftermath to the trial of ;
lie processor cn a chdrt'e of violatine
the c!' crdinance rcl'itire 'r c'.air
i;.ai v. linrstow has be-'n practicing '
it, Itock i!.iiiil for approximately s:x
liiin'.is. und li;is not taKen out f li
cense, tin :e for v:v: is $m a day.
Attn-tiev S:lineder cited a rulinc of
the s.ii'i'i ;ne court proving '"cat tli
in had no' Btithority to pars such an
crd trirce. The professor was found
pt:ilt rnd lined :2." and costs. An a.p
pe.ii was matin to the ci;e.nty court.
Ii was jus: after this case that Her-
!o' uas re-atiesieu on me i'.8iuul
worn out by the Kendrich girl.
TO A ST MASTERS
TO HOLD SE
interesting Meeting Planr.x1 for
This Evening With Trinity
A jo'n: meiiir.p of the Toi'.stinas'ers
cli ii of the Y. M. C. A and Ti i ut
Ven's club of Trini'y i lmr, ii will be
lieal ili.s ef-iinu a; ih- Trini'y parish
house ?upper will lie served a' ':-".
VfA who exjK'ct to attend ami win
liae i,..' ye; sent iti tneir (() allies.
: ia,i:l'l do so this eenir.. in orci r to
be sine of Ceiling places at t'.ie table
pi ;'ar d fo, them.
Tie- pi oKfflin in its priiic p t; U at
: tip's w i' l be ns to'low s :
To:is'inarter-.. ,1. I .itit! r ' I olii.
The Hatrle of (. redit Island- t i' -.irge
Kit :ni "I lines ill Rock Is'ai.'l - Kalpil
, K. K';er:n'f.
War Stcr.es of th" Tri-C 'ities I.. H.
Th. Pel: Ine Railroad I. .1. Green.
Tlie Panama Canal and the .1 i;s!s
o'.ppi 'al!v K. O. Vaile. Jr.
NOTED EDUCATOR TO
Professor S II clirk of the 1'nl
e!S't. of Chicago, is to speak at 1 ho
U;.1 high n-liool on Friday evening,
giving a reading and interpret-!! ion
o' Silas Marner." one of the best of
i George Kllio' s works In the after
i.o' n Profefsor Clark is fo speak be-
fu.e t.l' ' .V'tl-riiv t i'.enefs. I he tot'c
or his undress being "Th:1 Spirit o'
1 i'era'ure " The address a: 'he hih
st hoo! will be principally for the bene
fi" of the teachers of the tri-cities.
but the public is also invited, a nom
inal nditiittancf beins charged.
P. J. Lee for Wall Paper.
Choose your wall paper troni our
pr)'.iisiie stock of new and handsome
,a'ieins We take pride in hiving ii
p it on with neatness and dispatch at
lew prices, y. J. Iee. 12":'. Third ave
nue. - l All :
Mine Theater Building -rr
ELM STREET CAR
AND AUTO COLLIDE
Driver of Truck Is Pinioned Un
der Wreckage but Escapes
Io Maxwell, driver for the Died
rich grocery company, 305 Twentieth
street, narrowly escaped death at
U:Z( this morning when the delivery
truck which was driving, collided
with a west bound Elm street car at
the corner of Fourteenth avenue and
Thirty-fifth street. Aside from pain
ful bruises he was uninjured, but only
through a miracle were no bones
Maxwell was driving west on Four
teenth avenne and in attempting to
cross the car tracks, failed to look be
hind him. The- auto had just reached
the center of the trr.ck. when the
street car struck it. hurling the lighter
vehicle halfway to the curb stone. The
auto was overturned by the impact
and Maxwell was pinioned beneath the
wreckage. The auto was badly smash
ed and was towed to a garage for re
pairs. ELKS' OFFICERS
New Men Take Up Duties Last
Night 250 Uniforms Or
dered for Parade.
At an enthusiastic meeting of the
: local Elks last night, the newly elected
oflicers were installed and uniforms
j ordered for the parade to take place
' during the state convention to be held
in Rock Island June 3, 4 and 5. Harry
i Cozpd. retiring exalted ruler, in his
; farewell speech, thanked the members
, of the lodge for the cooperation ex
tended to him in the various activi
ties of the order and predicted a pros
; parous year. Sam Ryerson, the new
, incumbent, in a few words, thanked
the lodge for the honor bes"?owe"u upon
' him and pledged himseV to extend
himself in an effort to fulfill the duties
of his position.
Two hundred and fifty uniforms were
ordered from the Kegalia Manufactur
ing company of this city. These will
be donned by local Bills in the big
The Rock Island costume will ;
of a white hat with purple
band, white coat with purple cuffs, the
'oiiar to bear the inscription in gold
letters. "Rock Island lodge P80, B. P.
t. e." white trousers with a purple
ttnp" and white spats. Lach man will
carry a cane with a pennant.
The officers installed were:
Kxalied Ruler Sam Ryerson.
Ksteemed Leading Knight Arthur
Kfteenied Txiyal Knight Will Roth.
Ksteemed Lecturing Knight Glenn
Sei reiary John J. Hasley.
Treasurer L. M. C'asteel.
chaplain William F. Barth.
Inner Guard George Stroeble.
Organist Lee H. Kaupke.
Ksquire Clarence Isaacson.
Tyler Harry Knox.
Roc' Island lodge No. 18, 1. O. O. F..
held the regular session at Odd Fel
lows' hall iast evening and installed
Noble Grand W. J. Bliesener.
Vice Grand Vertw Ortt.
Recording Secretary Frank Vera
tiack. Financial Secretary A. L. luring.
Treasurer- Henry Lemburg.
R. S. N. G. O. E. Sippel.
I.. S. N. G. George Anthony.
K. S. V. G Frank Phillips.
1.. S. V. G. Henry Lindley.
Conductor O. C. Samuelson.
Warden Ben F. Fetterman.
Inside Guard N. E. Bracken.
Outside Guard Charles Perry.
R. S. S. F. A. Miller.
L. S. S Robert Clayton.
Chaplain J. A. Reid.
A smoker follow-ed the installation
services and a short program was en
jiycd. Tnftallation of officers of the Loyal
Oilier of Moose took place at the
lodge rooms in the Illinois theatre
lu'ilding last night. Thomas Casey act
ing as installing officer. A number of
vocal and instrumental numbers were
rendend. Refreshments were served.
MRS. F.I.IZtBETH HICKS.
At 1 o'clock this morning at her
home near Preemption occurred the
death of Mrs. Elizabeth Hicks, death
bt ing due to the infirmities of age. !
Mrs. Hicks was born April 14, 1S2'.',
in Fermannagh county Ireland. She
ti-nie to this country March 17, 1S47, j
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Robert
Hutchinson and settled on a farm in
Bowling township, where she resided ;
until Jan. 22. 1&53, wheu she was
ui.i'ed in marriage with Robert Hicks.
They then moved on the farm near '
Pteemptlon which has since been the;
home. Mrs. Hicks' husband passed j
a. ay March 25, 16?2. She is survived '
b.- eight children, Mrs. Mary Alien, i
Thomas and William of Montezuma,
Iova, Mrs. Edward Bowes of Reynolds,
Robert. Samuel and James of Preemp
tion, and Miss Ella at home. One
daughter died in infancy She is also
survived by 18 grandchildren and 19
great grandchildren, besides two sis
ters. Mrs. J. W. Johnston and Miss
Mary Hutchinson of this city.
"Gdandnia" Hicks, as she was call
ed was loved by a!! who knew her,
i er U:r.d d.tposi'ion was not fe!r by
Lti fail.:! iloLt, but reaciifi out to
J a large circle of friends and neighbors.
' She was a faithful member of the
1 Episcopal church and her funeral will
he held from St. John's church Thurs
d?y morning at 11 o'clock" with inter-:
! ment at Preemption cemetery.
Fl'VERAL OF J. H. COOK. j
The funeral of Jams H. Cook will
he held tomorrow afternoon at 2
o'clock at the residence. 1031 Eleventh
avenue. Interment will be made in
The infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Fred
Houtsineer who was found dead m
bed, was laid to rest yesterday after
noon. In"erment was made in Chip
FI . f lllltTel I.AI.I.V. I
Martin Lally will be buried tomor-1 Peakers ":uss the recently in
row. Funeral services will be he.d at : tugurated move towards a minimum
? o'clock at the Knox undertaking par- w age for women workers. The joint
lor?. Dean .1. J. Quinn will officiate I meetings is the result of a recent con
and interment will be made in Cal- j ference between committees represent
vary cemetery. ling the two orcanizations. In the notices
sent out attention is called to the
firri. or mii. mry she 4 ii ". ; fact that the present meeting is but
Funeral services over the remains the first of a series under contempla-
cf Mrs. Mary Sheahan were held this
morning at Reynolds. Interment was
made, iu the Catholic cemetery at that
A committee representing the Moline
dairymen met with fhe members of
the Moline city commission yesterday
afternoon and discussed the dairy in
spection ordinance which they say is
uijust to them. The committee was
not empowered to make any compro
mise with the council and nothing
other than discussion of the subject
matter occurred. It was planned, how
ever, to have thedairymen get togeth
er again Saturday and formulate their
demands so that they can be put up
snuarely to the commissioners. A
meeting with the commissioners is
scheduled for next Tuesday.
There are still no developments on
the threatened recall move in ioline
and it is believed as stated yesterday
that the announcement was a mete
threat to frighten the commissioners
ARMY OFFICER WILL
INSPECT COMPANY A
Lieutenant ('. P. Titus, X'. S. A,
will inspect Company A. 1 N G . of this
city tonight at Armory hall. This is
the annual inspection ordered by the
government and it takes in not only
the men and their general appearance
and ability but the condition of their
arms and accoutrements as well. Cap
tain E. H. Dunavin has the local mili-
tsry organization in excellent Ttindi-
firai the nnlv rrifieicm nnc:ililo lie:nr
the'small enrollment. Otherwise the
company is up to standard in every
The U. S. army officer inspected
Company F of Moline last night and
tomorrow night he goes to Geneseo to
do simitar service with Company I:
j of thai place.
OPEN TRAP DOOR
MAY CAUSE DEATH
Groping his way In the inky black
ness of a haymow in the Rock Island
Transfer company's barn, located on
First avenue between Sixteenth and
Seventeenth streets, last night. Con
Burke walked into an open trap door
and fell through space a distance of 14
feet to the ground below, alighting on
his side and back. His moans at
tracted the attention of stable men
i who reported the ma'ter to the police.
The ambulance was called and the in-
jured man taken to St. Anthony's bos-
Burke's left shoulder was dislocated,
his left arm was broken, his back was
badly wrenched and m',nor bruises
were inflicted. Physicians in charge
fear that internal injuries may devel
op. Burke is about 40 years of age.
Central Prayer Service Thursday.
I The mid-week prayer services of
Central Presbyterian church will be
J held Thursday evening instead of
i Wednesday evening as announced,
j The delegates attending presbytery
meeting at Geneseo will report on the
i proceedings of the sessions at the
j Thursday night meeting.
Is Your Money Worth Saving?
We save you money both coming and
going. We sell you footwear, 50 cents
to $1 less per pair than you pay else
where and we sell you better shoes for
the same money than you have been
getting. A big business looks better
to us than a big profit. It will pay
ou to investigate.
PRIF.STTR-HIOKF.Y SHOE CO.
Harper House block. (Adv.)
DO VOIR CHILDREN
NEED BUILDING UP?
Medicine in their
families as a ton
ic and body
builder w hen the
little ones be
come weak or
run down. The
food elements of
which the medi
cine is composed
give flesh and
briLg ba'k the
flc-h of health.
It is a safe n:cd:
i.e to use. bea;ifce
i" is free iron; alcohol or dangerous
truge in any fcm. Not a patent nice
v ine but a (ioc'.or's iii ' -riptiou ."h
r.ore '.,.! i ; r; n- o: success. G.:- a
tl'.ie UCiy. I.Ad".-
Joint Meeting- Will Be Held at
Industrial Hall Friday Night
at 8 O'clock.
Both the Men's Federation of the
churches of the city and the Tri-City
Federation of Labor, sent out notices
to their respective memberships today, ;
inviting them to be present at a joint
meeting Friday night at s o'clock at
t.j : i.-,, - ..- , ,
i ihuuMiiai nau ai wnicn lime local
t:on and that both sides should be well
represented so as to permit of the
two factions of men getting acquaint
ed with each other. They can then
engage in a common work with every
prospect of success.
The joint committee which arranged
Friday's meeting is arranging for an
other meeting for a later date. It is
planned to make this second gathering
a mass meeting and to have Lieuten
ant Governor Barrett O'Hara or some
other member of the white slave in
vestigating committee of the Illinois
state f-etiate present to deliver an ad
dress. MAYOR OF GENESEO
MEETS WITH DEFEAT
J. H. O'Bryon, mayor of Geneseo for
the past four years, was defeated at
the municipal election held in that
city yesterday. Dr. Arthur Parsons on
the citizens reform ticket won by CO
votes over the incumbent. Tlie en
tire citizens reform ticket excepting
one aldennanic candidate, was success
ful. Mayor O'Bryon was on the high
license ticket. "
ONE PLEADS GUILTY;
TWO ARE DISMISSED
Charles Jarrard. indicted by the re
cent grand jury for obtaining goods
and chattels by means of false pre
tenses iMid whose case was certified
to the county court, appeared before
Judge B S. Bell this morning and ad
mitted his guilt. He was fined $1 and
costs and sentenced to one day iu
jail. He passed a bad check.
W illiam Crofton and Irving Levine,
implicated in the confidence game
which resulted in the theft of a val-
"able diamond ring belonging to Har-
ry Schreiner, were released from the
charge this morning when State's At
torney F. K. Thompson nolle prossed
the case against them.
START PROCEEDINGS FOR i
Jackson, Hurst & Stafford of this
city, attorneys for the Rock Island
road, filed a bill in the circuit court
this morning in which condemnation of
a piece of property in Moline is sought.
The lot is in the site selected for
Moline's new passenger depot and the
conipany has been unable to agree
with its owners on the price for the
same. Therefore the condemnation
proceedings. The owners of Jhe lot
are Minnie A. Biermann, a minor, Ho
mer, Thomas and John Seaman.
Moline Man Hurt.
Frank Beery of Moline was hurt
severely about 5:30 last evening when
caueht between a transfer wagon and
an automobile. The man was cross
ing the s'reet at Sixth avenue and
Seventeenth s'reet, Moline, when the
SPECIALS AT PRIESTER-HICKEY'S
Men's $2.45 shoes in tan and black,
button and blucher, at Priester-Hickey
On the bargain table for Wednesday
100 pairs of misses shoes, broken lots,
at 25 cents a pair. Priester-Hickey
Men's work shoes, $1.45 to $2.50 at
Priester-Hickey Shoe company.
Men's short rubber boots, $2.05 at
Priester-Hickey Shoe company.
One lot of children's rubber boots,
75 ceu's at Priester-Hickey Shoe com
pany. One lot of women's $2.50 to $?..50
shoes for $1 at Priester-Hickey Shoe
Ladies try a pair of our $2.45 shoes,
all styles, at Priester-Hickey Shoe com
Don't forget the 25-cent bargain for1
misses and children Wednesday at !
Priester-Hickey Shoe company. '
( Advert ltcmcnt.)
The Smith studio is now Installed ;
in their new rooms formerly occu
pied by Mr. Ulakslee, located on Third
avenue, near Nine'eenth street, and is
repdy for business. The conveniences
for excellent work is ail that could
be d'-srfd and the quality of the
piiGU.L'raphic productions wii; be main
tained. We will be pleased to see ail
our obi cus'oniers as well hm new,
giving you the best work possible.
The Smith studio. (Adv.)
Rock Island district Court of Honor
No. 31 will meet hereafter in new I.
O. O F hall. Fourth avenue, between
Sevrn t tr.th and Eigh'een'h stree's.
The set end and fourth Wednesdays
(( et.-! turn'!). The first meeting will
be W'ecinT-sIay. April 5. Members
frcr.j cher courts are welcome.
IOWA TKEFZ. Chancellor,
J. F. CRAMF.R. Recorder.
2:1 thr- time Ti:--
TEN YEARS FROM
better off than you are
THOUGHTFUL MEN consider
ing they realize that in order to progress financially it is
necessary for them to set aside each week or each month, a
certain part of their earnings,
THOUGHTFUL MEN know that this bank is an exponent of
r C j i -i :
s-a-ie uuu cait-iui Uctuiiiug ineir
4 r; paid on deposits.
Make Our Bank Your Bank
H. E. CASTEEL. President, M. S. HEAGY. Vice Pres. H. B. Simmon. Ca:X
Southwest corner Second avenue and Eighteenth street.
Session Will Be Held at Rock
Island Club on Evening of
The spring meeting of the Central
District Medical association has been
set for April 10 at the Rock Island
club where the session will begin at
8 o'clock. A large mimber of physi
cians from this section of Illinois and ;
Here's a recipe for cup cakes that a man has gi;ren us,
and he says it makes the finest cakes you would care to
He ought to know because he tried it; and because h
used GOLDRIM Flour, was successful.
Separate yolks and whites of two eggs.
Mix yolks with half up milk, then half cup butter and
one cup sugar, creamed; one and a half cups sifted GOLD
RIM Flour beat well.
Add beaten whites and vanilla.
Bake in buttered cup lin3.
Try this recipe.
If all women could appreciate the exceptional good
qualities of GOLDRIM Flour, they would never bake cakes,
pastry or anything of that sort with any other flour but
You must know that GOLDRIM i3 a Hard Spring Wheat
Flour, and that it is very much better for all baking than
winter wheat flour, or any special pastry flour for cakes,
Whatever year baking demands may be, use GOLDRIM
Flour and meet your every demand.
Western Flour Mill Co.
Fresher, better and cheaper. We have a large quantity
of Superb CUT FLOWERS in fresh assortment Violets,
Roses, Carnations, American Beauties, Gardenias, Orch
ids, Daffodils, Tulips, etc.
All of our work is done by expert help
Fourth Ave-. ar.:l Twentieth
Zc-LC ' ;cciiCiG;&CCi-S2COCC
TODAY will you be any
what progress they are mak-
sa.viiii;s ut e si'tuii.'.
eastern Iowa are expected to attend.
The complete program follows:
Presentation of patients.
Intestinal stasis from the surgical
! view point (10 minutes) Dr. G. L.
! Kyster, Rock Island.
Pneumatic rupture of the bowel,
with report of a case (20 minutes)
Dr. P. A. Bendixen. Davenport.
Experimental endocarditis, pericard
itis, myrocarditis and arthritis with
organisms obtained from cases of hu
man endocarditis, rheumatism and
other streptococcus infections F. C.
Informal contributions (six minutest
K. Decker, Davenport, and
Dr. J. P. Comegys, Rock Island.
St. Rock Island, 111. Sj