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THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS, SATURDAY. FEBRUARY 27, 1913.
service !j actively paining a propa-
VuMiafca i:y at
K a I" n t til
ftm'oflrm sa im-ai t rliH m'r t
Maf a, lilaM Wf a.kf-r
By TMl J. W.
g.-nda of ciwtj!:o eradication for the
,n:r:l of maUri! f-;vr. Many state
l: ""rot a-- tnl rr.un;-!psJ l.-a!?h authorities are.
ir.nir4 at tr rf-.pni leg In this work. Malaria is a I
holly preventable d!caa causing
f normrms conon:i: loa every year 1:1 ,
s .ftatf4 f any p-tr- of the Un.ted state, and
' I bu::n!a suea a tbe wei
l-iotl atv ar coing nvn io nun:
POTTED CO. ! ehlila an I fevurr a thin of the past.
The World Wide War Trust
! CHORDS AND
Tr.Rw-T.. .r w..h. byrr-!TjjE OFFICE A!D THE MAN
Tar. 11 tr 7ar tr mat: ti faac.
f" o m f. in '.a f dfUvary MfTl-f tn'mll
a aaa f toa rif i ! !;,r'fPT..
wttlt-n, fca nii'flH :a fvarir
lnaA' W-.ra ft 1 t-a!rJ ! .
ta iruatvi ' rrlr !-.aa i'
atfc--?T la tna rfn1
At: rtmm'iBIatta of raimntativ
rarwr. anil4 or roi i. m-jr
ral aama a'ta. '-i fr p iibi:
t:a. - artt.-.e w'tl la cri-tJ
!rt!'?a Cgftaf iraa.
T-. In I I 1ra-'an rn
tral tn'tn. Ufa la an 4 111. lilt n I
Four yax i'n f"f the firt
Urn ti-Te d.ci-ln of can
1tiate4 for offlca. order the fmml
hVt. ft ra of rotfrnm' r. !t as gen-
triiit cr.r.'-f'ifi tit 't there was ai
BY CONGRESSMAN CLYDE H. TAV
ENNER. i S .1.. fr'Tr'fiH'nJ-iiM The Arijui.)
Washington. ' Feb. 23. C)n the -2d I
of May. ls. the boute parsed a re no-1
lutloa authorizing the commit' on !
naval affairs to
charges of fraud .
filed against tbe
inspectors were about, but I saw one
I l .4 . . .. . .. M. ....
T F KnrlPv. another workman. THERE have b?en no protests en
tfstifiei in an afliJavlt that -the ! terfd asainst the Jltbus flying thej
plates were frequently iinpc-rlVrt. were A-nerican flag whi!e traveling between j
full tf deon holes and defects: fre- i Rock Island and Davenport.
quntly taken off the vlar.er in the day-
The Daily Story
An Ingenious Courtship By Willard Blakeman.
;t Lark tt a jrov;in requiring a-
f!rac' to!a-:.- iijerir.ca'.Ir f'T what
;:a- cs b rotnn.i-w:on thy ajplrel:'
T5'.. !; aa e-vilr.t. would g'.x the;
c.'.r, tftun:,r to rl-'.dy te IL-t of
B.a wl -al tin tlie f.e'd to better'
tr:". n'.-.i !.c; lii'-:a lr. to croup:
aa 1 m-Te e:t!ly o:cparinic their
'j ia'. rra-f' na. At a rim there waj
mn; i!..--i!ilon t-f t-o advijia.h'y f-f
firk'r.r for an iijr.'-a''Jmiit ca'cu;it J
' rTT.lr t'i; J-r-rt an 1 to be in
I n e t f'jr t:i .-t!on of tl.U t-rln
T fmr juar nw l.ave poas-d ar.il
btH-.j baa teen dvc a Ion a tb line apoat! of peace, to whom the Tcice
r. 'rr. 1 to. It is now. -a it vm be-1 of tho preaident is the same aa the
f r. up to the otr to ru.nr'e to!c of (io.1.
;tr'irt t- I t to th bt of b:j Charlea M. Schwah was then ftupT-
. . jao.i ij. i- nurancr upni i Intcndent of tie coaipaj. but is now
fMb u rea. wor-Tir. a:-.;t ow ,a "lv- ... .w- t,...t- c...i !
" " ' .4 v . I. ' 4" 47 V 'Ja v W a iitV &( . aaA " Tl 4 V- i -
ftaturia. febi'i.ar' 2?. t'5. j
B ;.V.: J
WOULD you imagine the fact that '
the Rock Island road runs close to i
time and hidden or covered up until
night so as not to be een by the in
spectors. and then workel upon in the ' the Mississippi river accounts for there 1
nighttime. 1 have seen these d fee-j being so much water in its sfock?
tive plates paused, inspected, and I j
- V ....... I fmrn Ihn u nrL'j In f h -1 T U' h - i . . .1. . r 1 . 1. i
company then Car-' ' ' - i jut. i.ener fays i:ie urnitr una uuiu-.
ne!e. 'Fhlpps A: ina'lon" , ., ! ins to say jn the fixing of the prices!
company The In-i G- V- KouDtl "a 9 1n hls affl';cf wheat Joe ought to know. It set ;
TettiuaMon was' lavil: "l hav" known of heavy p.ates tjm back severaj niillions once to find j
made bv a E-ab- ! bein5 PPged of holes fron. 4 to 6 cut
committee con.ist- -"known o l'f ,eVe " i
in of Messrs t'P,?t",or6- Thi9 fraud lias been prac- GEORGE W. Wood of .Moline says
rnmmirra ionev t!c"d upon tbe Kove"ment sir.ee long mcgt aUorneys are honest. Didn't think ;
Talbot Dolliveri bffore November. 1832. and since Sep-
(there was any doubt of it. j
and Wads worth. ! ,,-.,..
The evidence was! T- 1 ,-arJp" 8a8 ,n ,us u'sU j YOU don't hear of any complaints;
laree and con vine- n,onv : "Whpn 1 "r4-1 went Ulere thpy of lack of ventilation from the jitney
In. Here is some! wcre I'11''?'1 tall,"S cuttings trom . bus patron8.
of the evidence i l?e 8ame "le8
I them in with a punch.
JOHN" D. Rockefeller swears he has ;
W CLYOt H.
more an1 more in the hole until u was . not been a reRijcnt 0 Ohio for 15;
of fraud in the 1vel- "ntil " cou!d 8tand " n'reiyears. He being a regular church at-!
nunu'arture of ar-! plucs'rK- 1 have run ,neitendant. uesa we'll have to take his
zvrT pUta by this
TS arM ffift ft rk. wt rna
tiAna ffm. '.i' I ai to .''.! to
otr rhm rtrr " I i"-a.
t'. ciiavar t -t a v'r- t.i tie T';;ri
llj Kf.r tiaa aa.y t-.ms-i t
inca Kf U:anl ' 1 l,h'irt
depth of IS inches into tles plates
and I know that plates that I run a
wire in 18 Inches passed and are now
Mr. Carnegie's company was found
guilty of fraud upon the government.
:and damages of ISOO.uOt) were assessed
I a V. 1 t An a-n a v- V. 1 hA TY1 Q Tt .
To aid U. ;r.l!v:duul In h!a w.-rk It ",H -""-""'
hn tiirfMi that each otT VT on 01 in j v.arn 'K"fciu ; w .v....w . ---
T fc lrr,-h trr-. It l .ire C.er-
naar u fc'o ta'i' ti Tha r. -.ca"t
arhl' h a frrm tii c.f ".r
lor to cc.n,. !er t-., iT-r-M !n. n-II.Ion.irr.. II- testified that the ar- J fact that the Carnegie company de
, d;vUua:a !a t!., i eht cf th-Jr r.tn"'c,or 'ia,, 11J n 'receive uniform J frauded the government did not seem
I'r-'vr ' treatment . that they did not make ; to impair in me iai " r""s
rmor plate that did not "have i the navy aeparior-em
for th p.Tir .
Jra U aii w...!r-a
at.cao f f.e ror .r..'r)'i d-r.:iiL
tru I if h r. f i . 1'. tr.
fa5f"'l It 1 ;! - !t ."
til f) .! a
r o be f.:d
. i . . - .. i an v
... ... blowho es ': that th- "tlowboles were ' was giveu turner orairans n,u
t v -i i- i ' f ecretlv "r.!t:ttf d'" and keDt "conceal
e'l rrom the governmeel inspectors; r.ess nana ieniio "' j
that he knew of tMs fraudulent work. trust investigating committee. Con
Ttie document hlch contains all th:s : gresf man lleall of Texas Inquired
t:'. '.e;.ro is lio::s of rf-pw-sentatives i whether It was his habit to consult
No. USS i.t l conttress. second his attorney to learn t.ie a. so as iu
rfp.-. 'M I ibvi-t .;!. It wojH lc a
'. rr.:fa . ar i! r. f r b!i ail the
j 5 ie fi;; .J t r ; M. to p'ace in
' r1 e f '.r r..-n ho nil ha 1 ;ec!jl
word for it.
Proficiency is to be admired, but
only in certain lines of endeavor, a
statement called forth by the fact that1
a stranger shook dice so well here!
that the police became suspicious and j
later arrested him as a confidence man.
Detroit News. ' I
Sonio civic surveying commission '
reports that there are no "unenforce-!
While Mr. Carnegie was on the wit-1 aoe iaws" !n Europe. Maybe interna-;
ticnal law doesn't count any more.
Ti b.r3r.r. -t ts x r v li mm
trrt'T-m of tha ?.'l".riI f'jrnir' -ir. t
r ti rRirk t;t a ein'ifiit; ria
f-'r hm j-j.ii I ty t- - ' s t
r i'. Oiain'a it. I. I t :.. '"...-.:
ta St 4 wf it
-j-a.r.i.-.a: a..-r.a i.r inr, - u., i..i-a.
it is q -f- Tie.rr tha: th comm;.- --loa. r, .me 10 operas u.9 --"
u,.f of a. r,,n-, .,,1 finance know. I The superintendent of the works. W. 1 m.y. Mr -rnegie pointing to Ins
,nV: ;e:r.c and b.,.-' A. C!!r.e. ,eT.. d that h- almost Invar- bead with bis Index finger rrpl ed
. frt. v...r vkV-r, -wouM ; ULiy rh ar.ge 1 th,- f. seres so that f.lse j "I never bothered my hea 1 about the
wr Tbe r,-ia.i; -iPna requ'r.-J t
;f"r' t.i i:f-!ila .f the intricate
r. .21 Vr.rv r-T t .e a'-r i!'-.rt merit
f f;. jch
a UofUra'Hii t: r;,(inyrt -f t'."
hou tu'itl we-r nrri ila s.r; f
r: t r t rr
In a i per in-
f f t' i e r! iiirt-
h' pit!! serv ac-
n "t'it ff the. depart
v. Ct kioir ni:r'i ab':t th
t-.n m rn tr-
Xnri) t:ar-ftei br'wrn m
sriBsatii aja.t . l a: r.io
?r aCK. but a t rual T.i Ar j
Ctaj ' lU'Wn i a r:.rrTr-.-!j
trm"trf ftr olio pr- ;..-I a l- "
tuca r.n.fi i r--.., t f t.. rn
!xCa triAtyt'tUt'iti L' --a tr.t
lty Ml I-4ap.rt.
: r f. d i win
.1 r.r.I-r if.
f r fhe In 1!-
I.f can t laak"
c.f the law.
yVatldtt 'XmLa ha n rl-fi" 'f
!.iOC" not: h rill t tn-rt'"a
that u t it k'ad i f Cf.i'r M cw;a
try taa it is n- t n--1 t.f J :.t t.
.' ijoijt Amert-an r..it--4 wTu't
wUlio" t fct7 t;r i u.-.ij
a a tar-t for f-tt ti...c'iit.
U t. pirt r'! e- :n f i- iin .i'f
! .vn n I--5 VII- : 1! '::! fry to
f.l'e a r'M p't-f.t fi.-Vi-t if I),
.-n h.n f . rt tri:narf
a.. ! rtr:.i!:,lt .'tn li.i- ' t!on I
i : t T .., rr.
ci !ir a. i-t k. f t-
ft Inli.l J-:i;4 I 0 f
f " r f. f.-.r'-n-r. I'.
a 1 f . r :1 I f
lid r i ly at
tr.v. cf ilf
NEAR AND FAH SIDE STOP
VrTJi.l&T t-. Ji-t lT;rtii:l
ht. a r-ditf tti t.p-.-ar.on i a
tnfci!f Irv f';ar. ciin'r t7 er.-t.'
Tha arj" fri-r e n t. tl .rt n-
prt a P9 t.ir. a .:.-.i:.r
rnniit vti ti!.;" It rr.f .n:-.! h -
Ti lll'i.: ! iiirw b-f.-i
tt m bl'l ri'r:n4 u vnr, of rnit -ti'3i
-O' a h.; ' ,-rtit tl:;..nk f
m!"t t' .!'',: . , tti- f vt-t j:. r!
by placard n , pr':i; V. 1. 1.
t.il may ;ac'a:f i ,fr-.k !: ':.' -
flara a.-a a fr-4 n. ir.j ?. j v
J t-. it f$c a t . lr fifty .
'ao.tal la R a'-aiv ter.t'. n: It
5l4 .;: "nt. fl-ifv if n'.t'.v V-i
piaf f I ivrS fiif ;tf t a wi'l
!tt r'RTra t' rtpal tfjf rn.J ffotir
tt asac'a jar !. prt e 1.;'.
tara'S.a. R;a! dftire.l a. a
maasa e f .ftuf olnc prt -f
braaf. 5u'. !t faiif-1 ! n't a fA.-..-.
lair. t ty th. ni ln'.frt.
fclcii Ho dcobt ,ran'ituiy eprwl
tS r att v of :aa Law la tf. Crt
" " I
Sanf:raJ cortaiy U !n: har4'
atrttvfcatt br t rpiVilrac tk'.w -Ut '
Hfna.cr ia!'niar ttraicatl it to tte
1'ait; wttfi be protatfl r-ocfLrTnai-t'n '
.f CrB Raila. prt tcrealT. aa
rjmbr of the traia (wtirn'Jt.na, on ;
ta frwud tt( the apla:. hu u '
er.t!c-i. t l!tw t, tar
f'.T tr t rr, 1:.k k U
"" bt ef any b'-nef t . e
trr.-.i-is tJt a r-.aris- ii-l
' t.-'. il w"t; tjt r.tri-ttirv lo
th" ni tjr.if -rr-t in t..t- t;,r-
' r-1r f:-. I,:.in i ., rt ';.!!
on t-r fir ' , t t!i rrt.t;t:
Jr t l. r-.ritinvtf tt'ti;. i-rj sJ; tj juj-itf
! 13 ,rt,:tr and I ?:: purl f-ill
ot.'j rr n't rc.n'u'ion bota lth t.t
I ' f n 1 ;": i.rnf;T- of th ar
lunr r? h i an fr !!r.ar.-; r"!':!r
ir-s r.rjtr 9 If io4 Moline h n
tT'i.njr.t-o. t.-. t f. r!' tJr?"..-t-ra j.n'.r
C ? rI" tt Ifr th-r are f!at!y
.:.: a cha:- J irk to tr.e o'd ar-rr.;--r
-r.t Th re 1. to aritatit n
t f.r tvt fr ! I- tr- and. tn
a". -. h t-r.t-e.-r.t as bis tt-'n c
f I ff e'h.-r ay
tt- Triii'r Kailay company
lr..!a ready to adopt wh!rbver
tvur : acrrf 1 upon by the officials
cf le t:.re ci!. but of course 11 Is
ir.tf re-:e.i In a utifornr ru'.e
M -t ff th arRj:iit-nta for a far
!!- atop fcavf orie4t--l In Kock I-
Un I and et It Is douttful If even
irr li ir.artty ct te people care I
tr.u-!i on wtieh .idtj cars stop. In any
'"i! litxk Island ! more concerned
In tfc etforcetnent of one genrtral rule
in the tfcrca cdtiea t!:an to havlnx Ita
on way. rra-.tlnx that a majority
here favored a chanpe. The question
ha tn Kitrea connldermbie publicity
In tbe rr.octha dirlsic which it haa
bfec agitated, but Molina) and Paven-
t re s' telaMa.l made to the gov
eritx.e:it inspectors, that hi: dist har
f.l .ir;-. of t?i' worKmea because they
told tiitt tfuth about tiis frauduiit.t
Wiiiiani K. Cory, a Mipcrlnii-ndcnf.
tfstif.ed that the t-r.iiie strength if
each t'late wnB stretrhetl s.-j as to in-
( rreaxe its apjiarent tenub stren-.ri
ai'hout the ktiowtedge of the Inspt-c-
t'tra of the gverr.re:.t ; that h krw
false specimen mr subLtltuted for
the plate,, s. iecto 1 by the g-ivernmn:
IritiptH-tors. but he ror.si ii-red it "a mil-tt-r
of small Import nice"; that p!ar.-s
fi ! tr, the i:overi,mt-rit inspeenrs
:-r p'.vsii .tl nn I b.iii;il' w r r-
r. tn i'e 1 I for- ti.e t. sts w . re made
an 1 ttlrho'H the knowledge of the
xcvrr."i'-tl In-jH-t ts Ti.is fraud led
ih lp'o-fr'.Ta to beiieve a!! tiie armor
il f o.l u the fperiaHy treated
pi..:, t s-en-rly made nf: r they had
: e. u f.-:.-.-t.- I for u:al..: g :ets.
T 1'. Van ! ii V. a workman in
t tr.: t :.-p :.;. s ir S. tektiro'il ti.at ,
'or A ; r il 11 and 1.'. 1"'2. a p'.ate. x
!n Ir -f es v as --' pbicred nr.d ham-I
ni-r' I ut. r'orty hoien I- fp and bot
tom of j It:" This pate was after-!
mr.i.i fr.l-.hid. stumped x-. 13 Inches,
.-, t " . t 1 W i 1- r nf
pi-ite run in a Ire 4 fct or more. Tne
iiiat.-ri.tl In this p'ale was very b.Ti.
a-. I !l trjlnic to phi:; the piu8 would
fait l:i t .t we f':".:' y tloctor-d It up
ar.d !t pTtt'd inspe't'.'in."
In an af.davli Sanr:t-1 Sheriff says:
Perhaps this explains it.
The defeated candidate always gets
a lot of satisfaction out of thinking
that he's ahead of his times. Colum
bus (Ohio) Journal.
"PREMIER Viviana pictures Ger
many a beaten nation. h ranee has
. , i - ..... t r.-- .. .nfnpn tit. j . .. . . :
i .it. v iiriifpi", ir.-i.' " e - prouueeu some oi our greaiest panic-:
f.- i.-ra! commission on industrial rela- ! pr.
tlor.s on Feb. 5. l'.'l".. read a carefully
estimated summary" ol his ben-fact ions,
nrooiiutlm; trt $32-l.6,7.S!e. That is. in
SENATOR Gallincer protests that '
George Rublee. fwleral trade commis-.
sion nominee, is personally obnox-ous '
to him. Sounds as though he might
,MiTi,,n t.- rreafinir his 42 Or 43 mil-:
lionalrts. be has actually given away,
JiU.tw7.:'le. and bis fortune is still '
lar? enourh to permit In : nr. to give j
away as much atain. It would l o in- SOCIETY !s dancing barefooted at
tt-resting to know how many of t!:cse i pa,n yeach. (ld stuff. When we were
millions were collected from Uncle , j,j,is e cut these didoes on the river
Sim In th form of excessive prices
for armor and munitions, after Undo
Sam ba 1 collected them from the tren.
women and children of the United
Svt-s through a tax on their food,
clothing and other necessaries cf liie.
I It Is noticeable that in philosophlz-
I ing or. the art of money-making Mr. j Volunteer Sleuths.
' ':.rt f -'.e reserves to himself exclusive- jt js possible that Wisconsin
iv the riahi to acquire millions by the . presently set out to enforce a
methods he has aequ.red them. ; which makes it a felony to ofTer tips
In bis address to the working girls ; an,j a niisdemeanor to receive them.
cf New York on I f '. 10. I 'll, report- q, course neither giver nor taker will
bank, a few blocks from home, where
as society these days has to
buy railroad tickets and pay hotel
bills. Ileing poor is not so inconven
ient in the summer time when you
are a kid.
jsjrs. Atartlndale. realizing tlie dan
gers which beset young persons whe
step into matrimonial traps, desired
that her daughter should be settled
matrimonially while her mother lived
Had that she should marry a good man.
Edward Sawyer was the person ou
whom Mrs. Martlndale had fixed bei
intentions for her daughter. One day
she said to him:
"Edward, I have noticed that you
seem pleased with Gwen. I wish tc
se her settled before I leave ber. II
you wish to marry ber I will belp you
to win her. If not. I shall try to make
a match for her elsewhere."
"You have not been deceived In ray
partiality for Gwen, Mrs. Martlndale,
but I don't see that Gwen has any
special partiality for me."
"Gwen 1-3 romantic and needs to be
won by romance. That ts why I feat
for her. Some worthless fellow is lia
ble to appeal to her In that wa.r and
marry her. I value that which is prac
tical In you and wish that you might
sink It temporarily, be a bit senti
mental, catch Gwen and marry her.
After marriage I am sure your good
sense mid wisdom will hold her."
Mr. Sawyer sat evidently turning
something over in fcls mind, then as
sured Mrs. Martlndale that, although
he would be glad to win ber daughter,
be feared that he was too matter of
fuct to please her.
One day Gwen received a note which
put ber In a Cutter. The writer de
clared that he had known her for some
time; that he bad loved her from the
moment he first saw her; that be had
forborne to give ber the slightest Ink
ling of bis affection because he had
not observed any predisposition on her
1 -a rt for him. lie wns a believer in
love from the beginning". He knew
the womiiu he wauted the moment he
met her and felt sure that If she want
ed him she would know him. While
he would not make himself known, he
could not refrain from telling her that
he loved her.
In a few weeks came a second letter.
In it her correspondent said that he
wns impelled to write to her, though
he had no information of himself to
communicate. He had met her once
since he had written the first letter.
but bad observed nothing in her greet
iug to give him any reason to think
that she hud chosen htm as he bad
chosen ber. Nevertheless he bad a
faint hope that there miht be some
subtle medium of transference which
would enable his love to kindle Its like
Whether or not this medium existed,
Owen's heart went out to this un
known lover, or, rather, to a being
whom she created. She was troubled
that be did not enable her to uiuk
even a written reply by giving her a.x
address. But one day she received a
letter in which be Mid that he win
ill and was pining for a word from her.
If he did not get It he feared for tUf
result. An address was given. j,irt
ehe was assured tb.it she would not
be able, even If she desired, to trace
Gwen did not find the difficulty to
be expected in writing a reply, te
cause she wrote to one created by ber
own fancy. She did not lutend to
write a loving letter to au unknown
man. She thought fche merely ei
pressed sympathy. But sympathy Is
so nearly akin to love that the e
pression of the one will often do fur
The stranger having given an iul
dress where a letter might reach Mm.
quite a brisk correspondence sprang
up between him and Gweu. h'iie sn
gested that be make himself known,
that if they could tint be lo-. era tl.i.y
might at least be friends, and she
longed to do something to show her
appreciation of his preference for her.
To this he replied thut he was sure
that when she knew which of her ac
quaintances he was. that he was
plain, ordinary man, she could n..t re
frain from showing her disappoint,
meut. Nor would she believe that en
sue had known could have tn l.,,
coucealed the love burled uway down
in his breast.
To this she replied that such a d re
covery could not but interest her im !
might turn the scale In his favor.
After much urging and the expretueu
of many misgivings he consented to
make himself known. He aTced to
call upon her on a certain evenly-.
When that evening arrived she spent
much time before her glass arrniiL'ii:
her costume, aud when she heard the
ring of the doorbell her heart ieape!
into her throat. She went downstair,
trembling with anticipation.
"Why, Ned Sawyer"
Sawyer shrank back as though fear
ing she was about to cast a blight
"Can it be," Gwen added, a slight
color rising In her cheeks, "that voi
hGv so long lived netir me, have seen
me so often and yet have been eble to
conceal what you have expressed In
those lovely letters?"
"Oh, Gwen, tell me, are you do ymi
wish I had turned out to be sorno one
"Why, Ned. do you mean to tell m
that you haven't known that I"
ne clasped her to bis breast. "No:
had I even suspected it I would not
have wasted so much time on this con
founded" Tie checked himself In thus to pre
vent spoiling what he had acorn
ed in the Washing'. n Post I-ch. II.
1011. he said: '"1 have made 42 or 43
millionaires in my time, b it I want
to say that the only rlcht a man has
to wealth lies in his acquiring it by
his on labor.
(To be continued.)
Took the Hint.
wearied young lady battened the
j departure of a tedious caller by re-
marking as she looked out of the w in-
-Tr:e pltiEgins ar. l doctorlne of plates : dow. "I think we are going to have a
was gen-ra!iy d-ne at night when not beautiful sunrise.
give or take and tell, but how can the
lips he sealed of the envious porter, or'
brushboy, or waiter who is passed by?
Cleveland Plain Dealer. I
Sidelights on the European War
merit. When the first Emperor Wil
liam was proclaimed in the Mirror
Hall of Versailles Palace in 1S71
Koers held over his monarch's Ji'-ad
tho Hag of bis regiment. Koers. who
had reached his 71st year just b' fore
his death, was a custodian of the
Royal Palace at Potsdam. Iu the let
ter days of the lite Empress Ai.-j!i
Experimenting on Your Cough, j
active) la the a ca tonal cimitln la i
New Uampaitre Uat fall oo bnlf of Pr continue to iHay Utile Inter-
aaot-ar candl laEei waa prcai: ov i
fecal oaa lo boa. llortr. it ta fcarely j
jtcaaibie that the acta hlch tad a' SCARED BY POLITICAL BUNK
mia bnoikr'ia to a VntteJ statue ao
Fiear bt rrowfr and those who
ator tnUbt la .ome nut be eonciualve, fCK w!d f4fr. wt-n the new tariff law
proof (o as coprajuaice xaxna or n:
want into effect and refused to plant
any more be(a and cloaed down fac
tories ar bltterlr rerretttna? their ao
WAS ON CHILLS AND FEVER. tlrm. They permitted partisan adrla-
rtorlrc the ntntnrT Cf 11. accord-! era to care them k.nd bare already
in to a recent bull t:a of tie U cited
Ftate public bealta ittkti, ! and
aevbtaf mr.ee of atreavma near Roaui
ka) lUptda. N. C- ware oiled at a coat
of Threw thooaand gallona of
ll were aaaj ta the procaae. Tha mill
owner of Roanoke Rapid are ao sat
isfied wita the redortton of malaria
prevalence amonc their employee that
taey wUl repeat the process dortcc the
cotnlnc year. Local ccnd.tioes made
d rate ax Impracticable aad toe sxpan
etie. tnerafore pool, peede and other
todies of ataamant water which were
actio c as tsoeiwlto breed era. were otl-
loet thcruaands of do-'Iara by their
hasty action. There is a good demand
for aurar at the present time and it
la bring! food prices. It la remark:
able, comments the ITariinfrton Ga
lette. haw men of apparently irood btia
Inea Jndfrmrnt In every other respect
wi:i permit their political prejudice to
lve them the worst of St. They did
not give themnelrea a chance to see
if the change trx the admlniatrafion
would affect thhr besinesa dlsaftroua
ly. They afrnply closed dawn their re.
Srefies. threw hundreds of people out
of smplcymect and caused r rower of
In thp pood old benighted days when j tlent's fatal error in taking a cough
even tbe do-tor9 treated all aliments mixture containing some narcotic like;
r ymptomatloa.lly that is. gave a sep
arate pill or potion for each different
symptom the victim mentioned, though
I !t mcr t a dozen drugs at one It was
excusable and almost commendable in
the Individual who began to coub to
haa'.en to the corcer drug More and
buy a bottle of Old Doctor Knock-em-oui
Compound Expectorant. He was
simply tryinc to beat the doctor at his
Ttday. if your doctor Isn't determin
mined to net rich quick at all hazards,
be doesn't try to fit a favorite cough
remedy to ail coughs. He looks you
over and the less clothes you have
on the more accurately can he deter
mine what is making you cough. Then,
havtmr formed a fairly good opinion
of the nature and cause of the trou
ble which makes yon cough, he prob-
Iterlin. (Correspondence of The As
sociated Press.) A report on the Ger
man savings banks shows that they
have done satisfactory business since
Overlooked Some Thinas. the war began. In the (lays around the
The army officr-r who declared Uncle ' f"n;' f Ju!" about $24,000,000 more was
Sam must f.ght the winner of the pros- j withdrawn from them than was paid
ent war forgets that there may be noiiu: bJt in August the deposits exceed
winner and thut. if there is. he t.robu- i ed the withdrawals. In October, ow-
bly will not be able to look a f.ght in ! ing to the payment of subscriptions on j when she had become very foelA
the face. Cincinnati Times-Star. I tlie big national loan, the withdrawals Koers always accompanied 1W .Ma.:
agam exceeded deposits by some $00,-
IT ought not be difficult to pick out I 000.000, but the reduction of deposits
the girl named in the song since it is during the second half of the year was
learned that the population of Tipper-' altogether only about $23,000,000; and
lary is only 6.000. But it's still a long if tIle interest credited to depositors
way. at me ena or tne year De taken into
. I account, their holdings for the half-
FORMER member of the Missouri i year actually increased by almost
legislature has just died leaving $o0,000. 000. For the entire year the
$1,000,000. Got it by putting $1 a week , increase was over $200,000,000. A con
siderable number of savings banks
have already issued their annual re
ports for 1014, and net one of them
shows a reduction in deposits. Since
the beginning of the new year a con
siderable improvement in the busines?
Hot Election Tip. i of the banks has been observed. From
TfTViniF HvaH a m . 1 H u t j tn-n r f vrrinn Tiarfts of tho rnimtrv it r(..
morphine, heroin codein. opium, chio- the ,ast ouarter of a oentury and bej ported that deposits have been heavier
t. i . , , ling always interested in politics, I i than ever before. People are apparent
ik in la l 4 1 i m 1 1 in nn vikq A-n 1 1 r - - . i . ...
.. M . " , '" take a great deal of pleasure in giv-: iy laying Dy money to sunscnue ror the : tiien marched a day. Then
v-"ufc. , in:r vou tn followinff tin for the enm. ' next big war loan, which will r.roh-
ably be brought out in about two
In the bank, we suppose.
YOU'LL notice that men whose
judgment is held to be worth some
thing rarely make n trial jury.
esty when she went out. He was well
known to all the members ol tae im
Parris. Correspondence of The As
sociated Press.) How little son e
diers know of the operations in v inch
they take part is shown by the c.ie-i
of Private? Murin of .Mohm, v ho re
cently returned home wilii is v-ra!
"Where were yon li i:: :; '. "' v.a-t
"1 don't know."
"You don't know in what ; v rt ' the
couutry yo-j were v. i.a ere
"No. At tho time of mobiii.aM.T! I
was sent f" Bourges. We w t r.- b-a-Jed
! into a train. V,'e rode for (i
own cough. If you're wise you'll leave
It to the doctor, who is not infallible,
of course, but about a thousand times
safer than self-doctoring can be.
Questions and Answers,
For Chapped Hands: Please suggest
what is best to use as a hand lotion
for chapped hands. I -work in an of
fice where it is necessary to wash
very frequently, and the hands suffer.
Reply Dissolve half an ounce of
boric acid, half an ounce of glycerin
and )one drop of oil f .rose or other
scent In a pint of boiled water still
hot. Then add a dram fone-elehth
ably treats your nose or removes a ounce) of tragaeinth coarsely powder-
I v . na. sV.n- 1 . I 1 a 1 j
.e ...-i a.uu i pe.sou tuiu , inR pection: navinir carefullv cousid
have that type of rriends-but when ered a!1 candiaates. I recommend Dart
II comes to experimenting on vour I .
.. . " ' utr mayor. jnen ior commissioners.
W. S. Hill. Bob Rexdale, Bob Mitchell
and Bob Fullerton make a good quar-
Bochum. Germany. (Correspond
ence of The Associated Press.) Both
ton began to thunder around u
first day I received a bitii'-t m '
thigh, the second (lay iiiiOti.er
througli my calf: neitlier 1 1 i I u a
harm but the third day th- y c ri
me in the head. Af r 1 it.-' " f
tet. You will now see we have one J the iron cross and the medal for life-j hour:; I was picked
Hill" and three "Bobs." and with one
"Dart" we will make the old town go.
MAYOR Woodruff of Peoria, who is
a candidate for reelection, has the
grip. The Journal predicts he will lose
it about April 6. One is almost con
savings decorate the breast of Fraulein I dressed, then loaded into a train.
Aust, a gin still in per teens and a
native of Bochum. When the war
broke out. Miss Aust, like many other
girls, experienced the desire to join
the Red Cross. She knew her parents
would object, so she obtained permis
sion of them to visit relatives at Muen-
vinced that the Journal is not enthus- f ster, but instead of proceeding there i back where I
ed. The bulletin referred t pofats out ; the eucar beets to suffer. They were
Chat keroseee, or some other aent ! advUed to continue their operations.
which wQl kill the mosquito Iarraa
may be sabstitoted for drscace aadrr
tertaln condition, but oll!sx as aa
asti-mosquito raeasmre. rsuat be so sat.
I tf jctorily performed at all times that
to chance Is afforded mosquito larvae
but cho to disregard this advice.
Now they are figurine on startirg up
their factories again and the farmers
who had been raiair.g the beet wilt
plant tig crops this spring and It will
take more; than a few bog editorials
on tbe part of the republican press to
Ti Vailed SUtes public health i ra them to make anotoer mistake, i
plug of wax from your ear or fells you
frankly that you've got tuberculoma, or
a touch of the measles.
Never Treat a Cough.
The treatment of the many differ
ent conditions which cause cough is
not a cut and dried system. If It were.
It would be superfluous for the patient
to viiit the doctor more than once fcr
any illness accompanied with couch.
If the wrong medicine can do any
harm, then it is certainly a desperate
bucinas experimenting with cough
eu. snake till It is dissolved. Use it
freely. It may partly take the place
of soap. It ls soothing and prevents
and relieves chapping. Colored and
bottled and named a fancy name 1t is
sold at a handsome profit by many
Gentle Tippling: Does Vlnol con
tain any alcohol or narcotic drug?
Reply The average daily dose of
tnol contains about as much alcohol
as you would get in five and three-
lastically supporting Woodruff.
PIPESTONE, Minn., Is to have
league ball next season. You are at
liberty to go as far as you like on this
MR. SINN and Miss Meyer have
been wedded at Fairmount. Minn.
WANTED To buy two feminine
ducks Inquire of J. T. Hanley. Ash
land. Wis., News.
"MONET and love run together,'
"En route a surgeon a-l:ed me v. : . '
I came from. 'From liclux' s::?" '
Really.' pays he. 'Weil, here e are
precisely at Molun. You may vet '
here, they'll look after you h'-Mi r than
anywhere else." and here 1 a n
"tt-K.r. f ,..1! T .... ... .. I'll "O
qui. bin where
Cross training that is I do not know."
she weat to a Red
home and was soon drafted to the i
eastern front as a nurse. There ber I Geneva. (Correspond. -:icr of Ti e
bravery on the battlefields of Poland, j Associated Press.) The spinni'd wrfc
where she tended tbe wounded under j as scouts aecornolished in the Vosaces
fire, attracted attention from her su
periors, who reported instances of her
courage to Field Marshal von Hinden
burg. The commander-in-chief there
upon dee'ded to award her the Iron
Cross which he himself pinned on her
! blouse. A short time afterward Miss
Aust, while on the Silesian frontier,
jumped into the swollen river Oder
i and saved two children from drown-
in three feet of snow by the French
Alpine troops has attracted thn atten
tion of the German military. The tier
rnsn minister of war has appealed f"
the "Ski-Club" at Munich U form a
voluntary corps of skiers.
yrupa on your own case. How do fourths teaspoonfuls of ordinary whls
you know but that the narcotic lucre- ky. It beats the dene bow -cfronfti,.
dlent of the cough ayrup will hut off enlng" alcohol becomes under any oth-
the cough enocgh to retain secretions
which ought to be expectorated from
the cheitt. and these secretions, being
full of germ, nliht infect the lungs
and produce pneumonia?
We are convinced that many a sim
ple tracheitis or a bronchitis which
would proceed to recovery within a
fw day if left alone, becomes pneu
ttonla ultimately by reason of the pa-
er name than booze.
Lith'a Water: Will lithla water help
rheumatism If taken as a regular drink
Instead of city water?
Reply No more than city water.
The "uric acid" theory was long ago
exploded, and even if you took lith
ium salts in full dose you wouldn't
gain anything in particular.
says Chicago paper telling of elooe-ilne. For this heroic tlee.t sh
ment. i ney always have been prettv
given 'the lifs-saving medal. She re
turned home at the end of January for
a short rest and gave a complete sur
prise to her parents who had all the
time believed she was with her rela
tives in Muenster.
Potsdam. Germany. (Correspond
ence of The Associated Press.) An in
teresting militnrv Hi-lira I. riw
In9 in West Virginia. If you doubt it j Prussian war of 1S70-71 passed away
vrm o rata YHv-4f ao-ai j , ... r J
. .1 n anjr'e recer.tly.in the person of Wilhelm
FOR the benefit of our women read
ers It should be explained that an
nouncement of reduction of the Dar
danelles is war news and not bargain
IT is claimed there are 100.000 rob-
count them over.
1 K05rtl tHt Ct9nH9i-.t.a...A, . 1.
. ' -..v ....... U u t . t mi luc 1st
J. M. C. iBat'iion of tbe First Guards Regi-
Feb. 27 in American
.,!. t ...l..o--
leader of Sot::h Uarolina p:.rrS-:'
In the I'.f volutioii.i'.y war. die"1-
lSvi-V-General P. 11. Sln-i i lan set cut
from Wl:tehi-tei". Va . with
Army of the SIteiuu Ioa li. to cap
ti:re Lyi.chl.urg. Va.. m d pnx ''
to North Cnfollti.i and unite force
Professor Samuel I'ierpont I.nnS
Icy. a scientist of worldwide W'
tatiou, died; born 1834. .