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THE ROCK TSL.AND ARGUS. MONDAY. JTOTU Z3, TWfiS.
WHEN THESE MOVIE ACTRESSES MAKE LOVE MOST HARDENED OLD
BACH SIGHS: "OH THAT SOME NICE GIRL WOULD DO THAT TO ME!"
U. S. Department of Agriculture.
Much Interest Aroused in the
Trip to Sterling and
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Mignon Andersen (top left). Marguerite Snow and Flo La lladic (bottom).
Unusual interest has been aroused
in the sociability run to Sterling and
return of the Tri-City Ocean-to-Ocean
Official Highway association, vhich is
to be taken tomorrow. The cars- are
to leave Watertown at 9 o'clock sharp.
The local cars will start from the
Rock Island club at S:15.
A. E. Xissen in his letter to the men
bers of the association says:
The run will be held under the
auspices of our association, and 1 have
made arrangements with the Sterling
and Rock Falls Commercial clubs.
whereby that day will be a "good
roads holiday" and they have guaran
teed me satisfactory accommodations
and entertainment for all quad-city
good roads boosters who will bo in
their city on that date.
The cars will leave Watertown at 9
a. m., ana win go to Sterling by way
of the "Rock river valley route,"
through Zuma center, Hillsdale, Erie,
Denrock, Lyndon and Gait and we ex
pect to arrive at Sterling at 11:30 a. m.
After all participants in this run
have had an opportunity to eat their
dinner and rest up, a "monster good
roads meeting" will be held in their
beautiful park, and prominent good
roads boosters will" talk (the good
roads meeting to begin promptly a:
1 p. m.) Among the prominent speak
ers will be Samuel Bradt of DeKalb,
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Fair and warmer to
night and Tuesday.
Obserratlons taken at 8 . m., 75th meridian time. Air pressure reduced to sea level Irob&r fpnnilniinn! 1lneO r thronph points
of equal air preaure. IsotheraiMaottod Unert pass tarouKU points of equal tempwifitawW
U clear; V Prtly clondy; cloudy; rain: snow; (g) report mlsslni. Arrows fly witn the wiml. First flsures. lowest
temperature peat 12 boars; second, precipitation of .01 Inch or more for past 24 hours: third, maxtaum wind velocity.
An area of low pressure whicii ex
tends from western Canada southward
who was chairman of the ood roads I"40 tne southern plateau states and
committee of the State Bankers asso-
New Rochcilr, N. v., Juno 13. Mig-; Succcrsfnl in &h.? at this difficult
non Aatlcrfor-, Flo Lu l.'adic and Mar-thwt after having eocn ht-r on tli"
gurrito Sucw, leading 1-tdics of a local : screen a few moments the ino.it hard
film company, arc fo'prrfcct.ly charm- oned eld bachrlor forbakes the notion
'. inp; that half the unattached young; that love-niakir.g is a dreary pastime.
:ni2n in tho country who frcqi'.onl pic-. She can uiako them sigh: 'Oh, that
Two other leading women of the
elation, and who is the real author ot
the Tice bill, which was passed by
the house and senate and which will
become a law as soon as signed by
the governor. Mr. Bradt is a very
interesting talker, and will give a de
tailed explanation of the Tice bill, and
will be pleased to, and is certainly
merits of this great bill.
TUo return trip will leave Sterling
" turo shows are writing proposals
them. l'L is isald the young women
hevo to i;it up t'.iiii! 3 o'clj.'l; iu the
. mrrnirc to rcsd thito proposals. In
tho meantime, the lrcal pustmaFtpr
ccmpla'nn that b!:. force !: overwork
ed declare:; If thf, film company
m2.'.r.i;i;".B ils beadqusriers l'cre and
keep:; l'.:.- girls lit v.-iil dcnar.il anoth
er r.hifi cf clerks i r. approprlatiau
Iron ccugi czz fcr i.a adiitiun to Lis
Mi;c A:-.:.cryoT '.3 J;:st :n. f.e
maker. !c fn c::".rr(iy tnat r.o n:;o
v.culd i.r.c.';'n' thai r.hc'd done any-
to Home nice cirl wc;:lu do that to mc!"
I'.ut her la'.auts are not confined
soi-'ly to love-making. She has play-, her eight years in it played leauir.
ed all tcrts of pr.rts, ard u-j even sue-1
C(m;J.h1 In the role of a severely plain
licrpewife, though it isn't easy to
imagine, after gliiiipsin. at her pic
ture, how rhe cm di:-guiso hcisclf sul'
f;c:enHy trt c'o that.
Miss Aadcron is & native cf Halti
hif re but grov.- up in New Ycr&. She
entered the theatrical pro'esrion at
ihr ag.? cf cis, and has served v, ith
r'.:cH nctablrc cc Kicliard Mansfield,
.Ircrjih Jeff Tien end Juli- Marlcv.c.
company v. ho would be arrested for j promptly at 3 o clock and will be over
bigamy if th?y said 'Yes" to ail ques-jthe Mississippi scenic route, through
tions asked are tha Misses Snow'and ; Morrison, Garden Plain. Albacy, Cor
La Hcdie. Miss Snov.- is a native cf ;dova, Port Byron, Rapids City, Hamp
Savannr.h, Ga., but t pent her girlhood j ton, Watertown and expect to arrive
in Denver. She entered the theatrical in Watertown at C o'clock.
prcfessicn at ths ego of 15 and during'. The main object of this run Is to
give "an members of our association
role: in a number of notable produc- an opportunity of Inspecure; these two
tions, iuciuuiug a Broadway one. She 'rival routes before a vote is taken as
has made. remarkable hits in Fuch p:'c-,!to which ore will be recommended by
turcs ns "Sue," "East Lynnp," Lu-'jour association as the official route
c'lls," "Dora Thorn?." "The Lady from connecting Chicago, Sterling and
iTo Sea, The Womm in White," Quad-cities, Dcs M0.ip.e3 and Omaha.
"Cut cf the Dr.rk." "Her D-rkcst j If you have no automobile and wish to
Hour," and "In a Garden." 1 go, please be at Watertown at :45
Miss La Badie ia a New Yorker a. m., and I will guarantee to have
bcrn and bred. She went on the stag3 plenty of room for all who wish to
Texas, with its center over north
western North Dakota, has been at
tended by showers on the north Pa
cific coast and in the northern Rocky
mountain region. A moderate low which
has moved from the lower Missouri
valley to North Carolina has caused
scattered showers in the Ohio and
lower Mississippi valleys and the gulf
and south Atlantic sections. At Little
Rock the rainfall amounted to 1.60
inches and at New Orleans to 1.66
inches. The pressures are highest on
the north Atlantic and extreme south
for this vicinity tonight and Tuesday.
Atlantic City 74
Rock Islanu 73
Kansas City 74
New Orleans K6
New York SO
St. Louis dd
Atlantic coasts. Because of this dis-! San Francisco
tribution of air pressure, generally
fair and warmer weather is indicated Washington, D. C
"allowstone Park .
.00! St. Paul 14
.00 j Red Wing 14
.00 ! Reed's Landing ... 12
; La Crosso 12
.04 1 Lansing IS
.00 I Prairie du Chien . . IS
1.G6 j Dubuque IS
.00 i Clinton 16
.00 ! Le. Claire 10
Rock Island 15
A falling tendency in tho Mississip
pi will continue from below Dubuque
J. M. SHERIER. Local Forecaster.
thine che since leaving the tridlo. to he became a phatoplaytr ill 1911.
in lliOS end her most -T:otab!? wcrk
was with Chaur.rcy Oieott in th-j
"Elu- Bird." She bus just turned 20.
H U i" Fi I
I v. in tho bis purse of ?500 that U of-
-od by tho Chloas-.J Mot jrc;. e'.c club ;
; io :ho victor is c::p anted ai i:i3 rea
ls'.):! for cntrring. IT he i s :,;iccisf'al j
ycur.r; Pnyder will :.iply hi: $500 to-1
1 ward hi:; eaur.r.'.ioi az ho wa:.ta to
(er.ter tho Ohio stat-"1 university- and
' ir;'r;: mechanical cngitrpr'r.g, and bio
Rajmcnd Srydc?, Age 17, Will ' t'.mblJrr. is to pay his own way
I through college altnottg:; lus parents
THE GAME CF WAR.
Compete fcr Motorcycle
lienors July 4.
One of ths you.ige.st riders in t!-.'.-
world will, face the starter in the big j
nc'-xnal motorcycle road r;:co to ba '
held at L'liu, 111., on July 4th. lie ;
is Raymond Snydor of Cutimbus, i
Ohio, who will be one of thr a.caibr-s
of tho farnoua "Yellow Jacket" team,
tho other niembirs of v.-;.ir-',i r.:e Lor:
are c:uits willing m bear t''.e c;:;jfr.so.
A largo party oi otu;leuts from Co
lumbus v.;.l go to H'ni" o:i ie Fourih
to render any iidsittr.ncc tl.ey can t:
th'. ir rrerv.it.
As r.'rcitdy has been stated the
re.ee will bog in at 10 m., July 4'a:,
e.r.d the cvoct will be limit-d to pro-fe-.
:,ionul riders and to stricUy t-iock
I motorerc es not er.cecdiniT t l cubic i
iiiice.e-, pi -toil disp'exe.-iont. The dis- All eh.-iiil.-iin-. doctors ne.d
I Irnre l.i ?:,0 re.i'es :md tho ride:-:, wi'l ! Pl'"tertel iti every possible
orr.o of tl.j Toir;s That Are rorbid-
den by Civilized Nations.
! It s not wneiMl v re:! ' that th?
g:iiiie of war is he-lvj r.uinil by as
iiuiny restri"t;:iis :is ;i Imxin contest
i::iiler (Jiieeiisbeny Miles. These regit
l:iti(i;:s. v.iiicli arc under the s:!::cti:m
of all the ilviii.ed coiintries of the
world. :ire tbv.lmied lo iiisurv fair jday
fcr the coi:ib:it:ints.
When it is intended to bomb:ii'd a
phice due noiice shonlil be iven. so
tl::it Jill women :ind cbildieii niny be
removed to :: p!:ne of s.ifetv. :unl v
ery ;iio i::ust be t:t!;en to spnre
c-hirches si lid hosiit:ils. i;s well ::s all
parti ipate. Hoping to have the pleas
ure of meeting ycu at Sterling, I am
Yours for better roads.
A. E. NISSEN,
Secretary-Treasurer Tri-City Ocean-to-Ocee.n
Officii! Highway association.
DUCHESS SAYS U.'S." '
WOMEN ARE HUMANE
Today's Market Quotations
(By Assolaf'l Press.)
Chicago, 111., June 23. Cattle 15,500;
generally 10c higher. Beeves 7.25
Lettuce, head, pound
9.10; stockers and feeders 6.00S.10; j Ne potatoes, Flor'da. bushel
' .li-iiltol t.. ... Ill, ! ;,. I r.Mll.limr
at interva'c cf P.O seconds. First i ,"'e '" ';U"' prisniicrs or iu any
Tayior, Roy Iiov.ser und Herman Sid. j ,v;n i,p r,nrt f-i nr-.M n.i- s.. 1 w;i v injined.
Snyder i3 only 17 ycara of ase. b i; jonr !;ri-Q 550, third prizo ?125, and A"-v fbl:er robbing or muti'nting nn
he is acknowledged to be a duredevil j othCr awards yet to be named. ' " enemy is li.-ible to be shot without trial.
of the first claar. Despite hip age! ! rrnd de:ith is the pe;;:ilty for wounding
Snyder has competed in soir.o of thejpi rwiC IfJ RlflP fin" FfiTAI ' or killing .1 disabled man.
biggest motorcycle races that have ; DUU ,w d li rHIMUj Tho ,lodi(,s ,f tIle ,,uoiny nrp to ho
boon held and Ot various times-, de- I . . . . .. lenrcfllllv searched before bulbil nnfl
uiy ;irtij-les found on them which
feated all the leading cracks both on
the board and dirt tracks at Colum
Fatrick Grant, Knocked Out by Eddie 1
Batty, Passes Away. j
Dayton, Oaio, June 23. ratr'.ck '
t Although his parents coaxed him to0ra3t- -vcar3 Id- wtl0 was knocksd
tot enter the race the Columbu lad ' 0UI In the Eevnth roimd in a pre
1s insistent That he is going into ! li,ninary bout at the Lakeside rink
the gruelling contest determined toFrida' ciUt' died wi,llout regaining
I com.ciouFness. urant v.as a ccoppiug
block for his opponent, Eddie Batty.
Is Easy to Have, Natural Col
ored and Beautiful.
FACED SEVEN LIONS.
Three of Them Got a
Lead In Short Order.
Captaiu 11. A. Wilson has written a
record of "Service and Sport In Equa
torial" Iu "A British Borderland." He
relates a thrilling encounter he had with
i seven lions on the Mara river when iu
I pursuit of roan aud accompanied only
! by his gun bearer. Five of them wen?
So many women have gray or faded lionesses. They were oil full grown
hair; neglect it until It becomes thin, j mid occupied with their kill a cow
dry and lifelese, begins to fall out ! giraffe. They were feeding slowly.
Reminders of the Ancient Architectural
Glory of Smyrna.
Architecturally Smyrna must bare
degenerated since the ancient days, for
we are told that theu the streets were
broad and handsome, well paved and
running at riht angles with each
other. There were a number of squares
and porticoes nnd public libraries, a
museum, a stadium In which Olympic j
games were celebrated with great en
thusiasm, a grand music hall or Odeon.
a Homerlon and many temples, of j
which the most famous was that of
the Olympian Jupiter, in which the
reigning emperor. was practically the
The ancient Smyrniotes were Inordi
nately proud of their city. They called
that you are using it. It's not a dye, simultaneous .grow I every head went ! t the "First of Asia." though the Epne-
rnd makes them appear much older:
than they really ere. If jour hair la
Iu this condition get a bottle of Hay's
Hair Health today. Dou't wait until I
some one' says how much older you
look. You'll be delighted at the re-;
suits from even one or two cpplica-j
tions. The gray hairs gradually dis-!
their first hunger appeased, pushing
and Jostling one another playfully,
their low growls distinctly audible:
"For a couple of minutes I waited,
watching them: then, as the biggest
lion, a Gne. black maned fellow, turned
sideways to me, I raised my rifle and
let drive at his neck. I heard the thud
fcprear and your hair will become full i of the bullet on flesh, and be dropped
of life and vitality. No one can tell , in his tracks like a stone. With a
might lead to their identification are to
be sent to the proper r,ii:trters.
Explosive bullets must not be used,
and quarter must be given to the en
emy whether he asks for it or not In
nn attack on the enemy there must be
no concealment of the distinctive signs
of the regiments, and the use of poi
sons for polluting drinking water Is
strictly forbidden. London Answers.
THE "CITY OF HOMER."
iff Xrr w
y v I
J ' y6'3 if 1
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cows and heifers 3.80(58.40; calves C.75
Hogs 43,000; steady to strong at
Saturday's average. Bulk 6.C058.75;
j light 8.30S.80;; mixed 8.4b8.S0;
i heavy SsgS-To.
! Sheep 10,000; strong to 10c higher;
! Hog buyers did not evince much in
terest, but holders were quite averse
i to reduct'on of asking prices. There
were no heavy runs at river markets.
Cattle owners successfully urged
that, better prices were due as pre
vious large receipts had been forced
o naccount cf dry pastures, and that
handicap had been removed by rains.
Arrivals at sheep pens proved mea
ger. Packers had considerably fewer
than usual direct.
Hog buyers did not evince much
! parents contend that had nothing to
! do with her suicide.
! Tho mother believes the girl had
j been brooding over tho departure of
"" " " her sweetheart for California one
2c week ngo. Iler sweetheart-, Guy Fos
12c, 7c, 32c I ter of l'ark Manor, had been torbid-
; den to 00 me to her house by her moth
er, it is said. Tho parents refused to
allow her to marry him, and he hart
decided to go away. When she was
forbidden to see Foster, according to
her stepfather, she ran to her room
! and ti rnod c.n tho cas. but was dis-
Old COCkS SC I ..nvor,,,!
''c Since? that timo she had been mo-
-ac I rcse. iihe reuised to rereive the at
tentions of other young men and often
. ...SM.C j talked ef suiciri Before she died she
4c to 7c told her physician, Dr. G. E. O'Brien,
New Cabbage, Louisiana, lb 4c
Onions, Texas. Bermuda and Silver
Skin lb Cc, 4c
10c 1 j-.er homo .ifo
Pickerel, lb 8c Mired of living,
Trout, lb 12c the morninc
f nrnen in i r.o
Halibut, lb 10c
Flour, Feed and Fuel.
was ideal, but she was
. SJ10 died at 9:30 in
Hay, T-rairie, bale
Ear corn, bushel
interest, but holders were quite averse (
; to reduction of asking prices. There Oats, load, bushel
w ere no heavy runs at river market j. j Corn chop, cwt. . .
Cattle owners successfully urged that j Shorts, ton
better prices were due, as previous Shorts, cwt
but a nice, clean preparation that up. and the Hons swung ronnd. facing
quickly and effectively kerpg your gray ; the noise of the shot. I let fly a second
heir dark, glossy and natural colored ; bullet nt the chest cf the second male.
r,d that all druggists guarantee eat-! and with a deafening roar be bounded
iefactory or refund your money. Al-1 high In the air. dashed a dozen yards
ways ask for Hay's Hair Health. It; forward and fell dead to earth Just as
never fails. i I was drawing a second bead on blm
Free: Sign this ad and take it to ' afresh,
the following druggists and get a 50- j "The remainder, all lionesses, turned
cent bottle of Hay's Hair Health and I at my second shot and walked slowly
a 25-cent cake of Jl&rflna soap for 60 ! away with much tail lashing and a
cents: or SI bottle of Hay's Hair i chorus of jirowls. I was just In time
Health and two 25-cent cakes of Har-i to get a snapshot a the hindmost as i Imagination these wonderful- plies he
fua sc.-.p free, for fl. she disappeared into the scrob. The ccn easily forgive the Smyrniotes of
Thomas Drug company, W. T. Hartz, 1 t011" of the bullet nnd her answerinsr j old for their grandiloquent praise of
Red Cross pharmacy, John Bsngston snarl told me that I had bit her. which their city and its beautirul crown.
(Adv.) i blood spots yn th leaves confirmed.', I Cystica Herald,
slans violently disputed this claim. The
Inhabitants also called their city the
"City of Homer. who they claimed
had been born and brought up beside
their sacred river Meles.
They pnt his image upon a coin,
which they celled a homerion. a name
given to one of their temples. Enor
mous fragments yet remain showing
what tremendous buildings once occu
pied the broad plateau on the snmmit
of the acropolis, and its one rebuilds in
The Duchess of Portland.
The Duchess of Portland, who has
been an active aid of Queen Alexan
dra of England in the crusade against
"murderous millinery," says that she
hars found American women to be far
more humane than their English sis
ters. However, the campaign against
the -use of birds in hats is gaining
steadily, and ospreys are already out
of fashion in the London smart set.
Rheumatism Relieved in a Few Hours.
N. B. Langley, Madison, Wis., says:
"I was almost helpless with rheuma
tism for about five months. Had it In
my neck so I could not turn my head,
and ail through my body. I tried
three doctors and many remedies
without any relief whatever until I
procured Dr. Detchon's Relief for
Rheumatism. In a few hours the
pain was relieved and In three days 1 Butter, dairy, lb
large receipts have been forced on
account of dry pastures that handicap
being removed by rains.
Arrivals at sheep pens proved meag
er. Packers had considerably fewer
than usual direct
Chicago Cash Grain.
Wheat No. 2 red. 97100; No. 3
red, 9497; No. 2 hard, 9293;
No.. 3 hard, 9Hi 92Vfe.
Ccrn No. 2. C0'461; Nc. 2 white,
CI '4 CI 94; No. 2 yellow, ClgCl.Vi;
No. 3, C0G0; No. 3 white, C0
CIVi; No. 3 yellow, C061.
Oats No. 2, 42; No. 3 white, 40Vi
(54H4; standard, 4142.
July wheat opened 9090?4; cloa-i
Corn opened 60 ; closed 59 .
Oats opened 4094094; closed 40.
NEW YORK STOCKS.
New York, June 23. Following axe
the quotations on tne New York stock
American Sugar Refining 106
American Tel. & Tel 12S
Atchison . 95 Y
Northwestern ... .....127
St. Paul ..... 101
Illinois Central .109i
International Harvester 104
New York Central 9S94
People's Gas .. 107
Rock Island common 15
Reck Island preferred 25
Urlon Pacific 143
L. S. Steel preferred
Coal. lump, per ton.
KILLS TWO GIRLS
Lizzie Silverman Takes It by
Mistake and Fights for Life
"I think Ruby was driven to take
Hilso mercury tablets because she had
been reading of Lizzie Silverman,"
said her mother.
Il.l I' ll II l (!.
The Silverntan girl died at the Uni
versity hospital in the morning. For
five days tha doctors had battled
against the poison, working day and
night, applying all known remedies.
Pr. O. W. Ka'z and the girl's uncle.
Morris Gruber, were at her bedside.
She didn't know she was dying. ,
"Lizzie," breathed the uncle bending
lew, "do you know me?"
She looked at him and there was the
tremor of a smile about the corners
cf her mcuth. In her eyes was no ex
pression. "Uncle," she said and asked, "is '
there any hope?" .
She died ten minutes later.
She was brought to the hospital on
Tuesday by Dr. Katz. She had taken ,
the poison by mistake for toothache'
medicine. The bottles had stood sld
ONE BROODS OVER
Ruby Musselman Swallows Tablets
After Reading How It Brings
by side on tho pantry shelf. They
were identical in size and shape. Mrs.
Silverman had used tha mercury for a
LOVE; fineer that had become blood, poisoned,
j Tho girl's hospital room was filled
with roses, with orchids. and
8" oet peas, sent by persons who had
read or the case. The Silverman girl
came to America two years ago with
her mother and her brother William.
They lived with their kinsman, Morris
Chicago, I1L, June 23. Bichloride ! Gruber, at 814 South Iflin street
of mercury caused the deatu cf two 1 z-zrr-.
girls yesterday in Chicago. Lizzie i X3BKBES3SL
Silverman swallowed the poison by I
mistake, Ruby Dale Mutoclmar. of 953G j
Ewing avenue Intentionally ended her j
life. Miss Silverman, who was IS
years old, pleaded wi'h the physician '
to Have her, The Musselman girl re- j
sisted al'. efforts to save her life and ;
begged to die. I
MiS3 Musselman was 20 years old, j
and was to have inherited a small for-'
tune on her twenty-first birthday an
niversary. She had been employed as j
a cashier at Carson, Pirie, Scott i: ;
Co.'s for tw0 years. She had" a quarrel j
with her manager Friday morning ana j
miff &Via rlieannaQrcH . r H A at i una
I wera asked to hunt for her. She was i
LOCAL MARKET CONDITIONS. IUUJJU 'JUK a cer aoorsiep oy ner ;
inumer lace oaiuruay mgni. jne was 1
in a semi-conscious condition. Pay-:
ticlans were cal'.ed, and she told them !
she had swallowed twenty-five bi-'
June 23. Following are the whole
sale quotations on tun local market
Butter, Eggs and Cheese.
Eggs, fresh, dozen ..19c 1 cnloride of mercur' taole
S, Fryer s
Pays the highest prices
for everything you have to
the rheumatism was completely cured
and I was at work." Sold by Otto
C-rotjan, 1501 Second avenue. Rock
Island; Gust Schlegel & Son, 220
West Second . fttreet. Davenport.
C&dr.) . ...
Butter, creamery, lb
Butter, packing stock, lb
Potatces, bushel ......40c
Parsley, bunch 3 1-3
Tomateos, greenhouse, pound -....15c
DIE TO l.OVE AFFAIR.
Parents of the girl attribute her act 1
to various causes. Fri"!:is say it v:as ;
a love affair. Her etepfather, J. F. ;
Gordon, thinks the girl had a mania '
for suicide. Before she diel the gtrl
tcld of losing her position, but her
Phone West 247 and wc
1505 Second Ave.