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THE ROCK ISIaAXD AKGUS FRIDAY. APRIL 11, 1913.
Daily United States Weather Map
1 U. S. Department ot Agriculture.
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IS GAIN IN COOPERATION
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nf f-j iii' t 'ii nur inr i' .4 hours. ir..ri. mHXi
in am wiri! vicltT.
Cloudy tonight with probably snow flurries, Saturday generally fair and warmer.
FORECAST FOR RCCK ISLAND. OAPENPORT, MO LINE, AND VICINITY.
WEATHER CONDITIONS. t these rrnd
Ysi?rday' has d'-'-rraspd (omo- probably fp"m
hat in intff.Fity and ruoved In-ly
ror'huastn ard to th '.akp rKi'..n. ran?
lnc ra!n r fii"v- from Of rf-n'ral vhI
ly to t,h north At:a.ntif rnRsr. Hih
prPHur-s preH: from Manitot.; and
io'ip. c'.r-udy weather, with i Norfolk
ur'ifB. is indicated ' r uwu'
icinity toitieh. followed by
fair ath-r aid ris'ng tem-
tt.n upp-r Missouri valley southwarl High. Low. Prep.
to Texas, with freeum 'empfri.tun- .M'ar'ic i'i'y 4s 44 .2
aloiin the eastern F:-rky mo'infa:n Bogtrm 4n 4 .
lope and fair a'licr west of :h Huffalo 4i 4 J ."4
Mississippi. Iiecreasiiin pressures ate R(icU Island o'2 "7 .i'4
ri'ted on the north I'arifte tons ami tiivfr 4-t '.r jh
in the Canadian northv et. a' tended ,Iack'Hivi"e TO ! ."0
by rising teiiii'rH'iir,i in the mr'h- Kansas i'.'y 4 ' "
ern Koi ky mnuntain shc'iuhs On ai - New (irleatis "' ."'
Cdiin" of the i uh'h nril tnovement c.f Nev. York 4S 4" .Mt
San Francisco . .
I Washington, D. C.
56 ."4 .00
80 60 .00
54 40 .00
34 32 .IS
74 54 .00
76 46 .00 ,
68 4S .00
54 4S .02 '
52 28 .00
30 .00 '
Wallace T. Hughes writes as fol
lows in the Chicago Record-Herald:
President Wilson's plan in address-:
ing congress was foreshadowed by his
writings in 1S97. when he was pur-,
suing the quite distinguished but less
conspicuous calling of professor of jur-,
imprudence and politics at Princeton
In his work on "The State" he ex
pressed himself quite freely upon the
habit of presidents in sending mes
sages to congress instead of address
ing that body in person, and one
might have read between the lines
that if ever the time came when the
college professor was president he .
would revert to the earliest practice
and Washingtonlike and kinglike, ap-
i pear before the national assembly and
speak in behalf of his ideas in a sort
c' "address from the throne."
ftlOTES FROM WII.n'S BOOK.
On page 378 of the volue mentioned
he wrote as follows: 1 - - -
The sovereign (British) is not a ence to the action of the one and en
member of the cabinet, because George ergy to the action of the other.
20c Can Chi-Namel Varnish
If you present this Coupon
During the Demonstration
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7tti Avenue and 27th Street
April 14th and 15th
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An everlasting varnish, rich in Chinese Oil; contains no rosin or ben
tine; flows out perfectly; shows no brush marks or laps; re
quires little brushing.
What Is Chi-Namel for:
To make old woodwork look like new. To keep new wood from look
ing old. To preserve its natural beauty. To make wood water
proof, wear-proof, time-proof. To brighten up old furniture and
give new color and luster.
We do not ask you to take our word for the qualities of Chi-Namel
Varnish. We will give outright to anyone who will buy a new 10c
varnish brush with which to apply it and thus insure it a fair trial,
a 20c size can from our shelf stock free.
It will cost you nott.lng to tt.t the above claims.
The holder of this coupon upon purchasing at our store
a 10c varnish brush (l1 inch 6ize) is entitled to one 20c
can of Chi-Namel Varnish free; or the value of coupon
may apply on the purchase of any Chi-Namel product.
P. O. Address
I Publication Xotlce.
Non-resident guardian's notice of ap
plication to sell real estate of her ward.
' To Benjamin T Stiles, a person of
, unsound mind, and to all persons whom
it may concern:
Notice is herebv arlven that the un-Jersta-ned.
Alice C. Stiles, guardian of
Benjamin T. Stiles, a person of unsound
jmind. appointed such miardian by t!i
! district court of the county of Black
Hank. In the state of l.iwa. will make
! application to the circuit court, to be
: held In and for the county of Rock I
' land. In the state of Illinois, at a refr
I ula- term thereof, to be begun and held
! at the court house in the city of Rock
; Island. in the county of Rock
Inland, and state of Illinois, on the flrs:
'Monday of May, A. V. 1I!S. for an order
and decree of said court, authorizing
and directing her as such guardian to
sen an me interest or ner saia waru.
; r.eninmin T. Stiles, r person of un
S'uind mind. In and to the following de
scribed re:il estate, to-w-it:
The west one hundred and eighty-nine
j feet of sub-lot number Ave to). In lot
t number six 11. In the southeast qr.ar
I ter of section ten Ort. in township sev
enteen north ranare two (2. west
j of the fourth principal meridian, as
1 sail sub-lot is shown and designated
on the pl,-.t of IcTtet s sub-dlvlslon of
lots six and nine, in the southeast quar
ter if section ten. and the northeast
! fractional quarter of section fifteen. In
I said townshir recorded In the record
jer's office of r.ck Island county. Illi
nois. In bonk 3. of plats at page 3:
I also the ripht to use in common with
the owner nf the east three hundred and
j sevent v-etcht feet of the north 69 1-.1
'feet of said sub-lot. of the south ten
j feet of the east three hundred and sev
; enty-eieht feet of said sub-lot Ave. for
I the purpose of a private drive or pas
sage way to the west one hundred an
elchty-ntne feet of n1d sub-lot. situ
ated in said county of Rock Island and
state of Illinois, or o much thareof as
shall seem to said circuit court to be to
the best interest of sstd ward. Benja
min T. Stiles, for the support of said
i ward and fnr the purpose of Inveetinn
! the proceeds of urh sale as shall not
be Immediately requisite for such sup
! port, in other real estate, or of other
I wise investing the same, as shall be
sanctinned b law.
I Iated this 4th dav f April. A P. 1913.
! ALICE C. STII.ES.
; Guardian If said Benjamin T. Stiles, a
j persnn (.f unsound mind
! Walker, Ingram Sweeney sollcl-
Today's Market Quotations
1. ouid not speak Knzliyh. I ntil
accession of George I. the king al-v-ays
attended cabinet councils. George
did not do so, because he could not
either understand or be understood in
tue discussions of the ministers. Since
his time, therefore, the sovereign has
rot sat with the cabinet.
A similar example of the interest-
irp rjp with which men nf roir rprn
Rising stages in the Mississippi will lalj,igh and ODServe precedents is to
be found in the practice on the part
ci presidents of the United States of
(ending written messages to congress.
Wafehinston and John Adams ad
dressed congress in person on public
afiairs; but Jefferson, the third presi
dent, was not an easy speaker, and
preferred to send a written messages
subsequent presidents followed his ex-
SHOW CT1N NOT IMPll.Sr..
In delivering a message to congress
oratorically, he took advantage of the
epportunity to try out what years ago
ht ventured to champion, o it w as not
an impulse, but a very deliberate ac-
such tax; by that committee he tries
ti induce the house to adopt that tax.
But such a chain of communications
is liable to continual interruptions; it
may suffice for a single tax on a for
tunate occasion, but will scarcely pass
a complicated budget we do not say
ir a war or a rebellion we are now
comparing the cabinet system and the
continue from below Dubuque to Mus
catine. The crest of the present rise
will reach Davenport and Muscatine
about Thursday, the 17th.
J. M. SHERIER. Local Forecaster.
t'.er, Henry Adams, who lives here.
Young Adams served two years in the
penitentiary in Texas for larceny.
Somewhere recently a writer on
Wood row Wilson's favorite books
mentioned Walter Bagehot's very able
and charming treatise on "'The Eng
lish Constitution" as one of the pre
ferred bit sof reading in the presi
dent's library. H may be easily
imagined that ihat work
many years ago. contributed its infiu
ence toward bringing President Wil
ample as of course. Hence a sacred 6('n l nis Present action.
Notice of Publication.
State of Illinois, Rock Island Coun
In the circuit Court. To the May
term. A. I. 113.
Alva W. Banks vs. Violet Banks. In
Affidavit of unknown residence of the
defendant, Violet Hanks, having been
lll.'d in the clerk's orh-e of the circuit
court of said county, notion is therefore
hereby giveji to the said unknown res
ident defendant. Violet Hin'is, that the
complainant filed his bill of comnUint
in said court, on the chancery side
rlii-Anf on the &,h riui- rtf 1nr,-h 1 ft 1 n
exactly mid tint thereupon a summons Issued
: out of said court, wherein said suit is
' now pending, returnable on the first
WKAKKXS BOTH HBfllF.. 'Monday In the month of M4- next, as
After saying that the division of the ,s lu,'u , aid unknown
legislature and the executive in presi- rc-iient defendant. Violet Banks, above
, named, shall personally be and appear
dmtial governments weakens the leg-, before said circuit court, on the iirst
dav of the next term thereof, to be
islative power, it may seem a contra- ! Iioiden at Rock Island, in and for said
published i- . . .v. . . i 1 .u 'oountv. nn the first Monday in May
" " diction to say that it also weakens the ,.., an., answer or demur to tha
executive power. But it is not a con
tion along what apparently had become presidential system in "quiet times
9 OrOIOlinU COUMCUOIl OX UreSIUeUUai l,,,. fin nf financial Hiffieiiltl-
Two clever men never
agreed about a budget.
CHICAGO MARKETS. ,
i By A-oia:ed J'reps
rhiaco. 111. April 11 - Cattle l."or,:
toady. Calve, s 0.70) '.'.'), others un
charged. He" 37.0I.O, -,c to l"c higher than
yesterday's average. Bulk t. 1 5 "ti reT.o,
liht i lof; I'.-i.o; mixed .?j'& i'.o.");
Hi ps showed ic to l'c advance be-1
raw of l.i'htness of receipts; good
demand : jar',, or largely; market for
l.ht; this mil gite s'rciji'h to the
ait' atlon in general.
Cat'le receijits ere light : there was
good htiyitii: of better grades, prices
ta'y most nil flay around yester
day s best fmures.
Sheep run was small, hut as there
was not a laie liematid. -arly tra.d
liig ruled dull.
Maj wheat opened 01 ft '.'2 ; elosed
Rock Island j referred :'2
l'n,ori Paoifb '.''"i
I'. S. Stei-' common ''2 '
I". S. sjtef-l pn-ferrt .! l'ss
A Change of Address.
The Lamp plumbing shop is now lo
cated In its new quarters at 613 Sev
er.: eenth street. (Adv.)
'a "' : closed ."."'V
NEW YORK STOCKS.
New York. April 11. Following are
the quotations on 'he market:
American Suear Keftnitg 11'.'.
American Tel. & Tel ;"1'2
S'. Paul K'l'S
Illinois Ce.nt.ral 12"
International Harvester I"!7.,
New York Centra.! l'::
LOCAL MARKET CONDITIONS.
April 1 1 . Fol:ow:iig ;;re :he whole
sa quotations on th local market
Cramery butt'T, "'''
I'a'ry lotPer. :c.
I. aid. i21jc pt r pound.
Kr sh ep i;s, 1 7 ' r .
Stoiilge rtiiS. 12;2c.
diu potato' s, o " .
New potntoe. 4c to i i p r pound.
Cabbage, lc per po'inil.
Oiro.ig, ( per pound.
Feed and Fuel.
Timothy hay. $!o to fit.
Oats. 31c to C.ic.
Wheat. Vic per bushel,
."orn, &oc to 51c.
Coal Lump, per ton, $3.50 to $1;
! PRINCESS IS DEPORTED
! Milwaukee, wis., April i J. - K',.--i-
Si hwarti. known as "The Flirting
Princess of Milwaukee," today as or
'red de;,oi'eil b the federal depart-
I ment of laior. Fiv
! from Italv and since then has broken
rule of constitutional action!
;lK KMIPKK vril PLAN.
With less irony and more philosophy
he on page 346 ave the following sum
mary of his - theory of greater coop
eration between the president and
Washington and John Adams inter
preted this clause to mean that they
might address congress in person, as
the sovereign in England may do; and
their annual communications to con
gress were spoken addresses. But Jef
ferson, the third president, being an in
efloctive speaker, this habit was dis
continued and the fashion of written
messages was inaugurated and firmly
Possibly, had the president not so
. closed the matter against new adjust
ments, this clause of the constitution
In that work Bagehot contrasts the
American way of complete separation
of legislative and executive with the
Pritish governmental form. In his
view "the efficient secret" of the Eng
lish constitution lies in the close un
said complainant's bill of complaint.
the same and the. matter's nd things
therein charged and stated will be tak
en as confessed, and a decree entered
acaiiist vou according to the prHyer of
said bill. G ICO RUE W. GAMBLE.
Rock Island. 111., March 2. 1'JlS.
l'l.ilin H Wells, i ninnlainant's aollcl-
t;ve is weakened in a very plain way. tor.
In England a strong cabinet can oh-
The division weakens the whole ag-'
gregate force of government the en-;
tire imperial power; and therefore it ;
weakens both its halves. The execu-'
ion, the nearly complete fusion of the
legislative and executive powers, the
connecting link being the cabinet
which, in short, is a committee of the
legislative body selected to be the ex
ecutive body, w-ith a member of the
" , tain the concurrence of the legislat-
State of Illinois. Hock Island Coun-
i ty ss:
In the Circuit Court of said countv
To the May term. A. D. 1S13. In Cnaii-
V-'i'liam H. Rirwerts. cnmplairant vs.
!. La K'.e: the unkn-.u n : eirs or
de isees or' Ii i.. J.a K.ie. de.-ased.
K.it.e l.a Rue. Mem v '. Kramnoft; the
n known wife or widow if Henr '.
Kftinooft ; Ire u'.k io'.vn heirs r devi
sees n? !Je'.ry t '. Kram'noft. re, ea-ed.
the unknown ou n.-- nf the .,-;th-.
e-.st ",;a-t r "f tue r.erth ast quarter of
section fouit-en iMi. also the follow
i.ir described ii-Ht of land: i"ommenc
n g at a stake eleven 1 1 rods and ftf
iern !".) links south of the northwest
-rner o' section thirteen 1S. town
s .:p ninele.-n ri:ge twn i 2 , east
. t!,e fMunii principal" meridian. Rm k
Island county. Iihno:s, thence north fif
teen il'.i rods and ten il'.ij links, thence
o-ith seventy. four " 4 decrees, west
I'trtem i 1 ?. I rods and four i4i links.
1' .In p soiitVi furtv-Hi l 1. I rl..r.., a
! lr,- mn.utes east to the riee of t " i the progress of the world
beginning, being ninety-one 9 sq iare interpreted, however, to exclude the i .' " .
i ons, an in wnsnip nineteen i l i. nor' h
Notice of Publication.
State of Illinois. Rock Island Coun
In the Circuit Court, May term, A. D.
ure in all acts which facilitate Its ad
ministration; It is itself, so to speak.
the legislature. But a president may, 1Si3
be hampered by the parliament and is jonannah Shaiiberg
likely to be hampered.
The natural tendency of the mem-
parliament berving as us tieau id wie ,)prg of evprv ,pf:islature )s to make
role of prime minister. (themselves conspicuous. They wish
!MvrRtM' thk Kii.iH MTKM.;tJ gratify an ambition laudable or
Wrote Bagehot: iblamahle: thev wish to promote the
Having been ,
r;mge two i " i. east of the fourth prine;
pal merinian. situated In said Uo. It Ts
and county and the said state of Illi
Affidavit of non-residence of each and
all of tne above named defendants hav
ing been tiled in the office rf th" clerk
o: the circuit court of said county, no
nce is hereby plven to each of said non
resident defendants, that complainant
years ago sne -ame tiled his bill of complaint in said court.
ion the chaneery side thereof, oi the
2!st dav of March. A T. 1913 anrt ih.i
. wie Hrriinr ing oruinaiu e iniue i r.a n , t hereupon a summons issued out
three offenders of the city
sain court, wnerein said suit ig now
pending, against said defendants shove
named, returnable on the first Mondav
of May. 1913. as is by law required
Accused cf Hi Brother's Murder. J r' w- ,'n.1 '9J'r'''- the sa'd ""n-resldent
,,, , . , 1 defendants above named, and each of
Pana. Ill, p-i. 11. ( h.es'er Adams you. shall personally be and appear he-
was arrested todav and '.s be'.pg held Tore said circuit court on the first day
ptesident from any but the most for-'
r.ial and ineffectual utterance of ad
vice, our federal executive and legis
lature have been shut off from coop
eration and mutual confidence to an
extent to which no other modern sys
terii furnishes a parallel.
In all other modern governments
the heads of the administrative de
partments are given the right to sit
in the legislative body and to take
part in its proceedings. The legislat
ure and executive are thus associated
in such a way that the ministers of
state can lead the houses without be
ing misunderstood in such a way
that the two parts of the government
Ellas S. Gilbert, et al., defendants.
Affidavit of non-residnce of the fol
lowing iiefendants, Gideon W. Pitts and
Fllualoth S. Hitls. his wife; Ellas S.
Gilbert. Kinma F. Gilbert. James S. Gil
bert, Chauiicey K. Gilbert and Lena
Gilbert, hi: wife; Louise I. Hoff-
This fusion Of the legislative and niea8ures thpy think best for the pub- i n! and " Fannie P "Gilbert.' B.
Francis I'itl.i. Gideon W . litis, trustee
under the last will and testament of
.lennie V. I'ltts. deceased: Gideon S.
Pitts. Chaunce. V. Pitts. Clara P. Pitts.
Eva I.. I'itts. Elizabeth V. Pitts. I.orlna
A. Slmrts itnd Spemer I. Shorts, her
husband, Cara G Jewett and George L,.
Jewell, her husband, and Etta M.
Breck; and the affidavit of the unknown
loirs and devisee of Lev! Wells, de-
r i ceased: and the unknown rieiis and
devisees of Wells, deceased,
wile nf Levi Wells, and the unknown
heirs and devisees If Huntington Wells,
deceased, and the unknown heirs and
d'-visoes of i.elitla Wells, deceased, and
the unknown lieirs and devisees of Joel
Wells, junior, deceased, and tho un
known heirs and devisees of Mary
Wells, deceased, the unknown heirs and
devisees of 1'avid B. Sears, deceased, the.
unknown heirs and devisees of Delilah
Sears, ijeceus, d. the unknown heirs and
devisees of Jouantliam Buffum. deceas
ed, and the unknown heirs and devi
sees of Sarah Buffum. deceased, and the
unknown heirs and devisees of Jonah
11. Case, deceased, and the unknown
neirs and devisees of Julia e'ase. de
oeased. mi, d ihe unknown heirs and dev
i ,,-ea of Srieiw f r H White, deceased.
while the selecting apparatus is also, and the unknown heirs and devisees of
uinle, ueteasta, wne m npen-
executive functions may, to those who')jc welfare: they wish to make their
Pave not mucn considered it, seem but ; v jj fep. ln grPat affairs. All these
a dry and small matter to be the lat- mixe)j motives urge them to oppose
eat essence and effectual secret of the 1ne evp0utive. Thev are embodying
. ". . . ' . . ... , Enclish constitution: but we can onlv.i... ir ih.,.
mignt legitimately nave neen mane tne . ... ... . , , i"i'- --e.,
foundation for a much more habitual -"ude ot" ral importance by look- tlley are advancing their own opin-
oh . .b cmo ,fm inB at a few of s Principal effects and long f they defea,; they are first if
,,,h ,fl,0 nnhtw.' anH rnonaihie in- contrasting it very shortly with its;,llPy vanqiiish: thv are a-ixi iaries if
t.rehange of opinion between the ex- g,fl competitor vhich seems likely. , lney support. . . . The presiden-
unison ioic nc cone,,, UUioi..i, ,t ... nvpmmpnt. tiv its nature, nivmes
Northern I'ao.ifir .11."
TJnn..lr.nl. ., . . ... , :' the next term thereof, to be holder,
...m.. , u,r ,uf. Mjpposeii muiuei ii mo uniiii- at kock island. In and for said county
yeoplea (,a lll'v er. t.nnis Adams, who has disappeared . r,n tne nrst rvionaay in May. 1913. next. : hir.b cbn,,iri clocolv coorHi.
,M ,s beiie.ed slain a Hanna. Okla. . J't V bin of coT.L'll "S2 ' nated the part, namelv. by which the 1Ilzed government 1. constantly vary
laws are executed, may be kept in
That competitor is the presidential
system. The characteristic of it is
that the president is elected from the
people by one process and the house
cf representatives by another.
The independence of the legislative
end executive powers is th specific
quality of presidential government, just
as their fusion and combination is the
precise principle of cabinet govern
ment. TAXATION A SK IN POINT.
First, compare the two in quiet
t'mes: The essence of a civilized age
is, that administration requires the
continued aid of legislation. One prin
cipal and necessary kind of legisla
tion is taxation. The expense of civ-
political life into two halves, an exec
utive half and a legislative half, and
by so dividing.it makes neither half
worth a man's having worth hia
making it a continuous career
worthy to absorb, as cabinet govern
ment absorbs, his whole soul.
The statesmen from whom a nation
chooses under a presidential system
sre much inferior to those from whom
if chooses under a cabinet system,
Rock Island common
-L'lThe warrant was sworn to by
far less discerning.
OOPK.II VI l K IN I.KKIT tFKAIII.
All ihese differences are more im
portant at critical periods, because
government itself is more important.
A formed public opinion, a respectable, 1
able and disciplined legislature, a well-
1 in i .us i i i an ii in u m .. .ii-iM.. mini . I ,1
.! ! .., , ... nit I ML'
It Must Be All Over Town
Thank You! Thank You ! Thank You!
same and the matters and thlna-s there
In churned anrl stntMl will K i,
I confessed and a decree entered againt close harmony and intimate coopera
! you according to the prayer of said bin. i tinn with the result of chins coher-
3 in testimony whereof. I have here-; . - - "
unto set my hand and affixed the seal of i .
""u vuuii- bi my umce in mock Island
this 21st day of March. K. D. 1913
tSeJ GEORGE W. GAMBLE.
For somebody it sending everybody to our nrar location and private
Confidential and private consulting room in our new location, 1619
Not even our Nam on windows at 1619 Second avenue.
Money. Money. Money! Our Money Never Runs Out.
Vou Can Deposit In our Bank Ju it the aame as any other Bank.
Personal loans on Diamonds and jewelry or any high grade article
Neatest, cleanest, meat expensive and private loan parlor weat of
New York City.
n iinMii.-f. i niiyi twin mini .
... . I ! J' " , . ...
Known, and Celebrated as the
Cut Rate Loan Co.
1619 SECOND AVE., ROCK ISLAND. ILL.
Phcna W 177. Call, write, or atnd messenger boy. Open evenings.
JOHNNY JONES. Mgr.
Devore X. Slmoneon. aollcitor
H T 1
To Whom It May Concern:
Tou are hereby notified that on th.
j 14th lay uf May. A. I). 2&13. at the hour
; of 9 o'clock a. m.. at the tyfficc of the
H'.U-E-baria companv. at No. 11 Third
avneua. Ju the city of K.H-k Ioland. III.
.there will be held a special meeting ..f
: the stockholders of said IIIU-Eberie
oecmpajjy, to consider the mUsr of i
changing the r.anm "t said "Hri-Eberle
company ' to the "Hill Furnltura com- I k.
, pany," and of Increasing the capital .
stock of said corporation from live
thousand eight hundred fti'u) to
twelve tnouaana niiAn aodars. and " v A.' V.- ,.t- .
of increasing the number c-f shares of I OU don t have to have gTJ Hair or
the capital stock of .aid company from laded b&lF II VOU don t Want tO. WtlV
A Simple Remedy Gives Color,
Strength and Beauty,
to the Hajr
ing. It must vary if tne government
does Its duty.
The miscellaneous estimates of the
English government contain an inev-
:i liable medley of changing items. Edu
cation, prison discipline, art, science,
civil contingencies of a hundred kinds,
require more money one year and less
auother. The expense of defense
the naval and military estimates
vary still more as the danger of at
tack seems more or less imminent, as
the means of retarding such danger
become more or less costly.
If the persons who have to do the
work are not the same as those who
have to make the laws there will ba
controversy betwen the two sets of
The tax-fmposers are eure to quar
rel with the tai-requlrers.
The executive is crippled by not
cer H. White, and the unknown heirs
and devisees of John W. Spencer, de
ciased. and the unknown heirs and dev
isees of Ell7.a Upcnccr, deceaaed. the
unknown heirs and devisees of Calvin
Ainsvvorih. cle, . a-cd. tne unknown heirs
and devisee nf l.a lira Ainsworth. de
ceased, Ine unknown heirs and devisees
of I) Ib-nton puts, deceased, the un
kniwn heirs and dc-v Ischm nf Tlavld B
chosen executive, a parliament and an piits. deceased, and the unknown heirs
A...o ann devisees or nnaui rins. ueceaseu
fifty-eight (66) sliaroa of the aar valua Icvilc nlil nr iinattraptivc? If vnnr hair
oa0hurVr?,went,vnV:.ares;tl,e '9 Z? or faded, you can change it getting the laws it needs, and the leg-
rSr vaue c.f one hundred . iTo'm duN easily quickly and effectively by using islature is spoiled by having to act
;ars each, ar.d for the transaction ot Wyeth'a Sage and Sulphur Hair without responsibility; the executive
-ary to1 acompHsh ',"h Tnd " r'c' Remedy. Apply a little tonight, and in becomes unfit for its name since it
Dated at Rock Island. Hi'., the loth the morning you will be agreeably eur- cannot execute what it decides on; the
day of April. A. D. 1911.
administration not thwarting
other, but cooperating with each other,
aie of greater consequence w hen great
affairs are in progress than when
small affairs are in progress.
Mr. WiUon's Innovation is, there
fore, an Innovation only to our mod
ern American eyes. He not on"V '8
returning to the original American
practice of the original president,
which Americans are not now accus
tomed to, but he is undertaking a fu
sion of the legislative and executive
more nearly approaching that of the
I'ritish, to which the English are, of
course, wholly accustomed.
While the American governmental
tLeory Is fine of complete separation
of the three great branches, it Is prob
able that the decree of cooperation
contemplated by the president is not
mj great as to prove harmful or, in
fact to prove otherwise than beneficial.
Directors of the Hlil-Eberle Company.
Hugh E. Curtis, attorney.
Estate of Albert Bchmacht. deceased
ihe undersigned having been ap- u .u V
Inteil administrator of the estate of &rwth of .the . hair'
Fully nice cut of eery -en cases
prised at the results from a single 1(gjBlature i8 demoralized by liberty, rheumatism is simply rheumatism
lyjrl by taking decisions of which others of the musc.es due to cold or damp
applications' will be restored to natural and not U8eif' win 8uffer tbe ef'
Wyeth's SaM and Sulphur also quick- nriTiri i.TV in tinnin.
ry removes dandruff, leaves the scalp in America so much has this dirrc
clean and healthy, and promotes the culty been felt that a semi-connection
or enrome rheumatism, neither of
which require any internal 'rea'ment.
All that is needed to afford relief Is
the free application of Chamberlain's
I.inimect. Give it a trial. Vcu are
Albert Schmacht. lata of the countyof
mock niano. state or Illinois, ceceasen,
hereby gives notice that he will appear
, before the probate court of Rock Island
county, at tr.e probate court room, in
; the city of Kock Island, at tne J.r.-
term, on the first Monday ln June r.fi'.
at which time all persons having clam.s
' against said estate are notified and r.--
. quested to attend for the purjfc'se
naving tne same adjusted
: S k Ci'a!5 kas Krown UP between tbe legislature certain to be pleased with the quick re
Indebted to sa'.d estate are requested ; ,. cfi
make Immediate payment to the under- ,f 50U are Eot aUsfied after fair triaL
M .Vtim. with" Smfc. " the executive. When the secre- ,:ef which It affords
Get a fifty centbottle from your dm?- ur-v of ,be treasury of the federal gov- ris's. (Adv.)
gist today, and see how quickly it wi!l ernment wants a tax he consul's upon
restore the youthful color and beauty cf i: "ith the chairman of the financial
your hair and forever end the nasty cemmittee of congress.
oanarun, , not, itchy ecaip and falling He cannot go down to congress h:m-
.iiir. oruKKista aen n uaaer puar- c..if and n.nn wh. b. v,
letter and send it.
Sold by all drus-
snd the unknown heirs and devisees of
Gideon Puts, deceased and tlie unknown
h'irs and devisees of .lane W. pills, de-,-.-a-e,
and the unknown heirs and dev
isees of Cyrus Pitts, deceased, the un
known loirs and devisees of Margaret
IV plus, deecascd, the unknown h irs
and devisees of Gorge W. l.ynde, de
ceased the unknown helia and devisees
of llur.lee K White, deceased, th un
known I, eirs and devisees of Marlon P.
White, tiec-'-i,. .!. the unknown heirs and
devo-ces of Charles R. Ainsworth. de
ceased. Ihe unknown heirs and devisees
of Mary E Ainsworth, deceased, thi
unknown heirs and devisees of Alfrd
.'e,st.-r. dt i cased, the unknown belts
Hi, 'I devise, ,,f Cyrus 1'. Gilbert, de
ceased, the unknown heirs and devisees
f l-.'rastus Partridge, deceased. !rn-nieud-d
wltii :ne ab'c.-e defendants. Mo
ll ne 'uter powf r I 'liiipunv, having been
tiled in the -!iik s c,mce of the circuit
uurt of hald county, nolbe Is tner
fore herehv iv;ii t. the suld non-res-l.leni
defendaniH that the c oin i,la I nan t
filed l.er bill of complaint In said court,
on 'he chencerv side thereof, on the
UMh day of Marcri. I Is) 1 3 . and thst there
upon a suinnicins Issued out of said
ouit wherein said suit Is now pend
ing, returnable im the first Monday ln
'i e uioutii of May next, as Is by law re
Now. unless you. the said non-resl-I
rler.t defe.n.iai is ihovs named, and tne
M.knnun heji-.. and devisees of said de
' fendants. shall personally be and appear
i before said circuit court, on the first
dav of th" next term thereof, to be
hoiden a' Ho k Island. In and for said
, cnun'v. on the first Monday ln May
r.ext and blend, answer or demur to the
said 'omplair.ar.t'f bill of complaint, th':
same and the matters r nd things there-
.r. '-barged ami sta'ed will be taken as
; confessed and a decree, entered against
you according to tiie prayer of said b'.li.
i GF.riRGK W. GAMBLE, Clerk,
j Rock Island. Hi.. March 29. 11J.
I Pnallberg &. Harper, complainant 3
desires building of ten to fifteen thous-
s . g n d
2?tr. day cf March, A P lili
WIMJASI K. fc.-IiMACHT.
Jux.e W. iU.itx, attorney.
Ail rierscT-s .ke . 'i . -, n-fll V -1 . J
r - biikq uiai, uio ijiouejr vc in w rciuuucix -n n.t- svrit
tsui ne tries to gei a cnairman or tne --.c ... ... comoanv. Teleohone W. 1198.
IF YOU HAVE DECIDED
to rrove, call the Rapid Delivery Ex
cpeclal agents. Harper Kouse paar- finance commi'tee who likes his tax; r'ear eide track. Address "R. I.'
rr.acy. I&th St.. itd Ave. (Acvert-a through tha' chairman, he tries to per- 01 Argus,
i oteuw. ' uade tne conuaittee to recoianiend ,
laur.chts to and
They also deliver
from the river.