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THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS, FRIDAY, APRIL ll, 1913.
Scientists Praise It
Injurtd in Runaway. In a runaway
vt:t:i occurred Wednesday evenin? at
K:;:h'tnth and Harrison streets,
Ki?r:r: liartmann, drivr for the Hart-n-hii'.i
meat market, suffered severe
Irjurlc. He was thrown from his seat
to the pavment when the horses dash
ed madly tip the street and was knock
ed unr-onscious. He remained In this
rendition for nearly two hourB. It ia
tli.uflit that he sustained slight in
trr.al Injuries. The breaking of a
Iiart of the harness caused the team
to become unmanageable and before
Mr. Hartroann could stop them, he
was thrown headlong to the street.
Settle for Girl's Dea'.h. Settlement
hi tti- sum of $2.'.fi for the death of
J 1-year-old llerdena Schroder, who
as kTlfd beneath the w heels of the
Milcaro, Rock Island & Pacific train
In f-ont of her home. 1213 West Fifth
iitreet. several months ago. was made
in the ciiHtrlot court. The mother,
Mrs. Iorulbea Schroder, accep's the
Bum mentlon'd in full bettlement for
th less of her child. The girl was
killed while attempting to reach her
nn.tber. who was on the other side
of the tarin, and in some manner she
cot u'tdfr ;he wheels and was crushed.
Better Freight Service to Des
Moines. local shippers have at last
received a concession from the Rock
Ifiand rend for which they have been
rtf loning for several vears, better
freipht servlre between here and Des
Moines. A daily merchandise car for
less than carload shipment wl'l be
run between these two points, leaving
Tiavenport in the morning and arriv
ing in Des Moines in time for the
f(ond morning delivery. This will
be a b!s accoiiinio'latifm to shippers
here a nearly all of the merchandise
frcgiht Is sent In less than carload
lets. I'p to the present time the small
er lo;s of merchandise freight sent
out from Davenport have first been I
tpkr"i to Kilvis, where tliey were as-1
""milled, and then routed hack through
I)nvenrfir!. This method occasioned
ccfisricruble delay. It oftentimes hap
pened thut eight days were necessary
for a small shipment from here to
reach l);-s Moln s.
Class of 48 to Tumfest. Efforts will
be made 'o send 4K representatives to
the national turnfest in Denver this
summer uncording to plans of the Dav-ni-ort
Turngenieinde. The society
hopes to send two teams, one com
posed of 24 actives and the second
of 24 members of the ladles class, to
PUTS AN Ei 10 BACKACHE
QUICKLY CURES WEAK KIDNEYS
A Few Doses Gives Relief, Helps Life-
less Organs Regain Heaith,
Strength and Activity.
It is uselcHS. dangerous, and unnec
essary 10 be tortured with the digging,
twist Ins puins of backache and rheu
matism, cr suffi r with disagreeable
k!dney acd bladder disorders any
The new discovery, Croxone, pro
vides u remedy which every sufferer
. ran now t'.epend upon to promptly and
s;ire!v relieve all such misery end
br ng about u speedy cure.
Crcvne cures thes- troub'es be-
cause i; quickly overcomes the very
cmifc of the disease. It soaks right
into the stopped up. Inactive kidneys,
throurh membranes and linings;
clears rn:t the little filtering glands;
neutralises and dissolves the poison
ous uric scid and makes the kidneys
t .4 jj. i-i Vj
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WE ALSO DO PAINTING AND DECORATING. ESTI
MATES GIVEN. SATISFACTION GUARANTEED.
W. C. HUBBE
AFTER MAKING LOVE EIGHT THOUSAND
TIMES. WEDS; HER HUBBY THESPIAN, TOO
LI .7 " V . - - -.--vr"-,-' ..").
Ijos Angeles. Cal.. April in After
making love almost 8.0(n times in mov
ing pictures. Miss Kathlyn Williams,
"the C'al'fci nia Venus" and ltad-nx
woman of the company, has become
the wife of Frank R. Allen, an actor.
The love affair between Allen and
Miss Williams is snid to have star-e!
when they were playing "opposite" in
a drama at th ild iininiiil farm !ie;.r ,
Eartlake Park. One of the scenes was
an extremely dargcrous one, in which
take part iu the prize competition. Dav
enport has always been one of the
best represnted cities in the country
at the national turnfeFts, sending a
filter and sift from the blood all the
was'e and poiscnous matter that clog
the system a:id cause such troubles.
It does not matter whether you have
but slight symptoms or the most chron
ic, aggrevatcd case of kidney, bladder
trouble, cr rheumatism that it is pos
sib'e to imagine, for the very princi
ple of Croxone is such that it is prac
tically impossible to take it into the
human system without results.
You will And it different from all
other remedies. Thre is nothing else
cn earth like it. It starts to work
the m'nu'e you take it and relieves
j you the tlr?t time you use it, ana a:i
J the miser;- and suffering that go with
! such troubles er.d
You can secure an original package
of Croxcne from any first class t'rug-.
gist. A!" crjgsist? are authorized
personally return the purchase price
If it falls to give the desired resul's
the Tery first time you use it. (Adv.)
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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1612 Fourth Ave.
!i?s Williams had to enter a den of
wildcats, wh'le Allen stood outside.
As Miss "Williams entered the den
the beasts set up a long howl, and it
was then, so the story runs, that Al
len first realized that he loved her.
Those were intense moments, Allen
rays, with the woman he loved inside
39 and Miss Williams 28.
Though married, they still continue
their love making before the camera.
large and well trained team to the
last turnfest in Cincinnati.
Obituary Record. Word has been
received here by W. L. Dowd, 1728
Mitchell street, conveying the sad
news of the death of his brother-in-law,
L. B. Lancaster, who succumbed to
Dright's disease Wednesday afternoon
at his home in Columbus Junction af
ter four days i'lness. The body ar
rived in Davenport at 12:13 o'clock
yesterday afternoon and was removed
to the llalligan undertaking parlors.
The funeral services were held from
there this morning, with services at
9 o'clock at the Holy Family church.
Rev. L. J. Enright officiating. Burial
was made in the Holy Family ceme
tery. Mr. Lancaster was born near
Princeton, Iowa. July 20, 1849, the son
of Mr. and Mrs. Erin Lancaster. He
resided in Scoit county practically all
of his life.
Frederick Christeneen, a resident of
S"cTt county for the past 25 years.
died at 4:13 o'clock Wednesday after
I noon at the family home, one mi'.e
j north of Bettendorf, after an illness j
j of two weeks' duration, at the age of j
1!? laarc Pnormnriy In an ar,o
. . . . t. ,,
death. Deceased, who was born in I
Abiid. S."-hl'Svvig Holsteia, Germany, In I
i 1 86', einigra'ed lo this country with
his parents when IS years old. The I
family came direct to Scctt ccunty,
a::d since that time Mr. Christensen j
hns wade his home on the farm near
Be':cndcrf. Deceased was a truck.
farmer. Eight years ago in Davenport
he was married to Miss Lizzie Mar
tens, who survives, in addition to
son, Clarence. His is also sur-
ed by his aeed mother, Mrs. Maria
Christensen. cf Denver, Col., and four
brothers, Nels of Davenport, Jens of
Washington. Iowa, and Hans and Hen
ry Christensen of Denver, Col.
i Miss Corinne Baldwin of Aledo vls
' ited Saturday and Sunday with Mable
Mits Marie Branberg of Coal Valley
is visiting Miss Millicent Boyles.
Rev. Mr. Baker acd Miss .Mary Lee
attended the meeting t kock KJver
presbytery held at Geneseo this week.
Miss Barbara Hartman pleasantly I
entertained the C.'s at her home j
Saturday afternoon. j
Mrs. Myron Stockberger and Mrs.
Will Whisman were shopping in Rock
Island Thursday. j
Mrs. Frank Cole and daughter of !
Monmouth returned home Saturday af-
ter a week's visit with borne foks. j
!t Is a Fact
The largert and finest equipped ;
plumbing establishment in the tric-cit- j
ies. Lamp's p'.umbicg ehep, 619 Sev-
jlenteenth street, (Adv.)
Begin Work on Depot. Active work,
on preparing the site lor the new Rock
Island depot in Moline will be started
immediately by Harry Haley, who is
employed in this line of work by the
railroad. Mr. Haley expects that it
will take nine months to complete the
J90.000 depot which is to grace Moline
in the course of a year. Active prep
arations are now being made. In fact
one of the Colegrove houses in now
Starts Life of Wrong Doing. Leon
ard Smith, the son of Mr. and Mrs.
J. G. Smith, living on Thirteenth street
in Silvis, passed a check for $28.40
on Julius VanQuathern, who conducts
a grocery store at 1805 Third avenue
in this city, Wednesday night. The
act of -wrong doing was soon discov
ered and the parents will likely make
a settlement. Smith entered the store
in the evening and made a small pur
chase and handed the check, upon
which was the fa'.se signature of A.
E. Sodersirom, a hardware merchant.
Mr. VanQuathern counted out the
money and placed if on the counter
and then went to the telephone to
phone to Mr. Soderstrom, but while
all this was taking place Smith picked
up the money and left the store. As
soon as the storekeeper learned over
the phone that the check was worth
less he and Mr. Soderstrom notified
the police and an effort was made to
apprehend Smith. His folks, however,
came to his rescue and promised set
tlement. He also passed a check for
$14 at the lumber office of Dimock,
Gould & Co. On Ma'-ch 26 he drew a
personal check on the People's Trust
& Savings bank of Moline for $14. The
check was taken at the lumber office
cn a small purchase and the differ
ence paid in cash. The check was
returned from Moline marked no
Build Large Warehouses. A. C.
Stouffer and Tim Kennedy have de
parted for Poughkeepsi, N. Y., where
tl.cy will immediately commence 'he
construction of two mammoth ware
houses for the Moline Plow company.
The warehouses are to 4e built for
the binder concern which was recent
ly acquired by the Moline Plow com
pany and which has been known as
the Adriance-Pratt company. The
Moline Plow company expects to have
an unusually busy season and to pre
pare for the future, two large ware
houses will be constructed at a cost
of approximately $150,000.
Landee on Committee. Senator
Frank A. Landee or this city was
named chairman of a subcommitteo
by the senate education committee to
consider the uniform text book biil
and to report. Magill, Tossey, Ettel
son and Shaw are other members of
Gueet at Burned Hotel. A. J. Whal-
en of Moline was a guest registered
at the Hotel Jullen in Dubuque Tues
day morning when that historic old
Iowa hostelry was entirely destroyed
by fire, causing damage to the amount
or $500,000. All the guests and em
ploycs of the hotel escaped.
Engage In Reading Marathon. Mo
line is to outdo East Moline's record
in entering long ordinances, number
ing 138 pages of type written matter.
The city to the east passed a meas
ore of 92 pages last Monday night,
the reading of it consuming more than
three hours. These lengthy documents
reca'.l one that was read by the coun
cil some 20 years ago when Gustav
Swensen was holding for the paving
of the entire city. A new state law
riust You Be Bald?
What have you done to stop your
hair from falling? Have you tried
RexalJ "93" Hair Tonic? If not, we
wunt you to try it at our risk.
If you hare dandruff ; if your hair ia
faliir.g cut aod your scalp ia not
glared aod shiny, if you uao Rezail
"UZ" Cur Tonic acoordins to direc
tion for thirty days, and at tbe red
of that time you are not thoroughly
aatisned with tha resuitt and wiU
us so, we will immediately hood back
your money. We won't aak you to
prt-'iriiM aaythinc. We won't even
queattoo you. We will take your
mere word and return your money.
Doesn't it stand to reason that
JUxail "63" Batr Tonie must be a
mighty good remedy and have given
great satisfaction to our customers ii
we endorse it Uks this? Ws know of
no similar remedy that is as good. It
is because of what Rexali "93" Hair
Tonie has dene for others that w
back it with our own money.
Why suffer scalp and hair trouble
or be bald, when Rexali "3" Hair
Tome wul remove oandruS, make
J our scalp comfortable and neaitiiy,
promote hair growth and tend to
preveat baidness when we will
pny for the treauaent should it f&J
to please you?
We don't obligate you to any
t'.iiiiK. You simply buy the treat
ment; use it. sixi if not pleased,
come back to us empty-handed and
we wul hand back what you paid us.
Two eises, 60o and 11.00 a bottle.
You can buy Retail "93" Hair Toais
tn tins eommunity only at our store:
THOMAS DRUG CO.
Rock Island 7 btttl Start IUlaoU
There is s Retail S-ora ia nearly every town
and crtv lo tite T'aited States. Caaada aci
Great BmAlE. Tbera ie a d:9erat Redl
hii v :-r ncariv ev,rv oroiury lumu La
each e40ccia!!y deaicced for tns particular ill
ler whien it m reconuneaded.
Tiae RasaU Storas are Ameriea'a Cnami
Or us SUaraa
""" )UIIT ruUHTOD AVENWI
April 1, 1911.
l!r. Alfred Uihlein
Schlitz Brewing Co.
Dear Sir :
Answering your favor
of recent date in regard
to the influence of
light on the quality of
beer, will 6ay that our
over the last twenty
five years, have con
vinced us beyond a
doubt that exposure of
beer to light has a very
detrimental influence on
its quality generally,
but especially upon the
flavor of the beer.
He have tested beers
repeatedly in this di
rection placing the bot
tles into direct sun
light, and testing the
same after one, two,
three and five minutes
exposure, found that the
beer with three and five
minutes exposure became
undriniable on account
of the peculiar odor
The detrimental effect
of light upon beer can
be successfully counter-,
acted by the employment
of brown or dark colored
glass bottles, and such
bottles are therefore
Yours very truly,
Extract from !rtier to Mr. Alfrfd Uih'fiB. written br
Robrrt Malil. Prrciiicnt of the Walit-Hcuiuf iBKinue
tf Kennenloli y. Inc., Cbiclga.
That Made liilwaykee Humous
about to become effec'ive, provided
that before a street could be paved,
consent of a majority of property
owners must be obtained. Swenson
fearing that short sightedness upon
the rmrt of certain residents would
prevent the city thoroughfares from
being bricked, determined upon a rad
ical policy, forcing the paving of ev
ery street in the city, regardless of
Banks Show City's Prosperity. Re
ports submitted to the auditor of pub
lic accounts on conditions in Moline's
five banks Saturday, April 5, reflect
unusual prosperity for the community.
The total deposits in the five banks
on that date amount to $10,343,342.49
as against $10,044,504.41 for November
8, of last year. The ten million mark
was reached late last year and it has
not gone below that figure since. In
fact present business outlook indicates
that the $11,000,000 mark wi'.l be
reached before long.
Mrs. Augusta Mayes and Miss Ruth
Braucht of Joy spent Saturday at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. D. A. HebeL
Miss Louise Eartlett was a Reynolds
Mr. and Mrs. Bert Bailey and baby!
of Viola were guests Sunday at the
home of Mrs. Bailey's sister and bus-'
bend, Mr. and Mrs. Homer Mead.
About forty members of the Sun-!
bennet club and invited guests gather-
; ed at the home of Mrs. Julia Mc
! Creight Saturday evening to celebrate
tne 80th birthday of Mrs. Daniel Long,
one of the members of the club. A
very interesting musical and literary
i program was given, consisting of pi
ano solos by Misses Helen Winger and
j Pearl Heald; readings by Miss Delia
iC'orrie; a vocal solo by Miss Bessie
Esssett and appropriate addresses by
Mrs. S. A. Nesbitt and Mrs. Mead. A
; beautiful souvenir spoon was present
' el to Mrs. Long by those present and
' all joined in wishing her many more
j happy useful years. Dainty refresh
! ments were served and a very pleas
j ant evening was enjoyed by all.
H. H. Winger went to Joy Saturday
to spend a few days with relatives.
Mrs. Fred Bruce and two little sons.
: John and George, were Aledo visiter
j Miss Mabel Brown went to New Bos
ton to spend Sunday with her par
i Mrs. Harlsnd Duncan and baby of
mi kimmi w
.?t.fef i'r". tst' P s;
m mpM mm rim
Norwood and Mrs. Duncan's sister, Y., came Tuesday to spend the sum
Miss Mabel Coleman, visited Aledo ' er with Mr. Winger's mother. Mrs.
Mrs. B. F. Parkinson and baby re
turned to their home in Keithsburg
j Saturday after spending a week with .
relatives in Aledo and New Windsor.
Mr. and Mrs. George Liord of Rid
dleville went to Fort Madison, Iowa,
to spend Sunday.
Mrs. J. W. Murphy spent Sunday
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wil
liam Finch near New Boston.
Mrs. F. Ballard and grandson, Mas
ter Maurice Ballard, of Joy spent Sat
urday with Aledo friends.
Miss Marlon Heflln and Miss Lena
Greenwood of Viola returned home
' Monday after a short visit with Mrs,
I Hpflin'ti Kistor Mm F Fassnnoht
Mrs. Glenn Bailey of New Boston
came Monday to visit Aledo relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. W. L. McNeal of Joy
spent Saturday with Mrs. McXeal's
sister. Miss Jebsie Albee.
Mrs. S. E. Graves and Mrs. F. Sil
lick of Wapello, Iowa, came Monday
to visit Mrs. Graves' son, Charles
Graves, and family.
Miss Helen Boone returned Monday
from Onuawka after a short visit with
jliss Mabel Anderson returned to
-ew Windsor Monday after spending a
fPW days with her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. G. A. Anderson.
Mrs. C. N. Winger of Syracuse, X.
Independent Vall Paper Cleaner
, fu Dteed Batl6fac.
lory or " """" 'm
$1 up. Phone West 2307-L or drop a
postal to 211 Nineteenth street. Rock
jsian( H. HEDRICK, Prop,
Used Cars at Bargain
Weeds Electric Coupe Batter
ies and car in first class con
dition. Midland 1311 model, fore-doors,
rev.- top, jiffy side curtains,
and seat covers, ful!y equip
ped. E. M. F. Five pass, fully equip
ped, top, windshield and
Rec Two cylinder, fully equip
ped. Yegy-Don Sales Co.
"Beer bottles should be manu
factured from reddish-brown glass,
inasmuch as same will to a much
higher degree than any other kind
of glass, minimize the influence of
the rays of light on the quality of
beer, and will protect the lattct
against acquiring the disagreeable
taste (Sonnengeschmack) due to
the chemical action of the light,
" In white and green glass bottles
the beer is most affected by the
action of the light. Such bottles
are, therefore, absolutely inappro.
priate and should never be n
. ployed by brewers." (Signed) I'rof.
Dr. F. Schonfcld.
Ft. in die lHofratvd Brewery EMvelovtdli. p. ) (1
trirrtr Brauetei Lcukon). Pnbilfbed by Dr. Mtx
Drlbrock. Priry Councillor. ProteMor at the Rcral
Af rlcnlraral Collrce and Director of the lnMicote (31
Fcnncntolofy at Eertiu. Dcrlia: 1910.
"Bottles of strong glass should
be selected. They should never
be of colorless glass, inasmuch as
through the influence of light the
beer will not only take on a dis
agreeable odor and taste, but will
also become turbid." (Lintner.)
Extract tram Dit Mt ud Birrtmiamg. Published by
a Lcyter. Director ol tbe Brewtnf Academy to Auft
bU. Tenia Edltlaa. (tuuiart. 19U0, pue 680.
"The beer in the white glass
bottle had taken on disagreeable
odor and taste and was absolutely
undrinkable. The beer in the dark
bottles did not show this peculiar
. odor and taste." (G. Beck.)
Tmaaiadoa f Extract tma ZrftioWt f 41 Cnwll
MrtMwnm. lUitf 370.
"It is interesting to note the
observation that beer in colorless
bottles exposed to diffused light will
undergo a change, precipitating a
heavy sediment and taking on a
disagreeable odor and taste."
Extract from Dit Thtrtt unj h-ttrii drr Mstrtmttvnt
UttrmMistim. Pabliibcri br Director Jullu, E. Thau,
tax. Lupsif, 1191. Fowtk Edition, fife 90.
" It is a known fact that sunlight
and daylight influence unfavorably
the taste and flavor of the beer and
care must be exercised in the
selection of the bottles."
J. Brand (Zetttcarift fur du teaaan Branwaen. 1908.
Order a Case Today
Phone West 14
Carse & Ohlweiler Co.
425-431 Eleventh St
IF. B. Winger.
FOR MEN'S DISEASES
you will save
money and dis
you get the right
With our large
practice no gueas
work, but put
you right on the
best treatment to
effect tbe quick
est cure. Remem
ber, our charges
fur a cure am
the lowest of any
If you are unsuccessfully treated by
other doctors, come to us and get
lbs right treatment at once.
''OLD CHRONIC CASES'
Com far Huuturf, Vnrieoac Ka-largenu-nls,
Knotted Veins, surra,
I'aluful Sfii-IHuge, I'llra, "Nervous
ness, Uarkarfae, Haranallaia, a
tarrk, atoiwarh and Heart Troubles,
Kidney aad Hlnrldrr Illaeaars, Skin
ad Hlood Diseases, Falliag Hair,
truiilluaa on study, Ktr.
If you have an old case thut has
been hunglng on for weeks or months
and which medicines from doctors
ana aruggisis can t seem to cure up
right, there is some reason. We iiave
a scientific cure tor tlieso cases mid
will cure you right, quickly and
cheaply. Lion't let chronic oli,i-aii
drag you down and weaken your vi
tality or wreck your manhood.
quickly restored. Do you feel you
are not the man you oul.t to tt, or
used to be? Are you weak, lame In
the back, worried, cact down? We
can cure you ar.u will rnak you a
man again. We cure secretly and
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