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TTTE TtOCK ISLAND ARGUS. MOJTDAT, Arum 19, 1915.
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tT 1 ? of tSa tor::a-a or Caar c:-.caar.Rw c.a lu.ivt awui
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p-rt. pi. ar-i and pat-prao- j
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I.V OTIfER COUNTIES!"-" repori:rg orpoei t Uie c
0 JAIL SITir OITrSTIOV
F n'": ri rfiun:; lira, t ii'-;4 it ; n t
T-" t- t -ei. r -e'. itarthaice RobiiWmiii 1.
.T. ' "; M-r Crt now .vcupy ,t.( r cf Hom,r h., !.!ed !
r" : , "si 1 ,s- u' '"71 :; r p..tlt!.n la t!..- circuit court at
.- r,14,-r ri!r. iV::c is. si af a ; i" " or ciora aar from t.-.e court , joom!n(.,on tr ,iaV( h!, nan, .
of I.:---.'. o..r. t. .-.t ptaeteg b.c. or.e 1. in the cojrt ho,;e base-.chaCKM; doesn't want anr great !
::'. r. ,rt I. ) ..-.own! ":'f "' '"' "," 'f,srv . ''B! i "--.:n : rnty to have it 'spelled
t .... ... . r.. ., ,, . "' ,h '"TI n'Pr' FOU':naum. Indeed 1.. cares very little-
a... a g.-.3.-..- in t . rr(. ,err.ored from ' rnurt , shnu( ((f rf fc,, own a
- ''- A'-". Varea a ! en re, W i ,,Jt b, a te!:v c( (.t,Hrfn an., ,
a p,:: of twvr t.-'!: -f 'r.:'!. the b.;;.f that ep-,.vrp, lhM j, u, b; a hulun.;iltM)a to;
t.- leJ-4? rvif ! T t.l a r- s'te. oU5 I be preferab.e. Jth.m to be spoken as "those Da mm :
..-., - ,r ,ar. l-.n. t h. c-.ty thoU--t ! T.ere are a number of county ! PhiHrrn or ltu . -tjan.u bv- or
!-. f. lr-,i!f BfJsof rr.ore iro-'cie'Vs who frt'l t.-melvc as -p.ujr;, j.jr j
..r'srt cf-ivn i p..p.j:.,i, :;fr!? i-e cp!f:.-n t at the should bet I
. f. : f.. r-..:.i I. pre. to re. 1 a. rear t! mart house as posstMe. j Parn,. 0j,poars to ,e onP of !
t.r . m a grn-rai a ti'-. in M .ra :
, t'i1 fi'iS'r, I:ep...e afe jf!rn
t,!"'r te-. itn.- "Si '!' !
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iteit'.n o !tv'!tii the rro -
cot! to4-' I r-virtv 'a'l in ajch
a tist.ff a irt'rr le. rci'.' ( a'e. en f '. at The Argus orT.ce and are
r.ot as! fcareafef j open ti lnpeet;on should anyone
V-t d!t r t-e) tri't'T o' ik! cr to ver fy t'te pristel report of
r. ..T r;rka a-. I i.r"r rm.r'v oT-Jthr.r c.ifT
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"r note: irenhe. ar.J Mfp y tie. Tha scu'a bad gone out In motor 1 '
ti'- -y i. -it fcoc tn prar'tc . rr aril ts lea Sir. g rr was attack-I
Tfrrf f saieral f'jiirooni '. I without warning by th animal.)
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e ;.ff U,M e' "i- war T:;er.
-a o!ftti in tra'h3vaf!'a. la cy-
a-?.... atsi la c.-er lraaa n. !
eji pnattil of a yoieg
v"r-r ; Tart, irorre.rvondence 0 aTe At-
N.t a"! fi tta jtrtt rfo. 10 b. of .- 4:r4 I'ret Th. continual up
"'' niA-.-rta for commuaione-i ttjtil of .arth in tha war of trench
rasa Taft of th- b-jt nr.. of ih- e t br ngtng many hidden treas-e&-vt
la 10 tt tia B' jlerta aa to! sraa to light. A rr.nch r.erit un-
C ' morai nptm i'iti
ttal H i "."f Is t!i j
r 'w7 wt i;t -i;eni lift
rmr " "'r.-a ir B"iri in.
Brva and apply wat Isa "-at been
t.at d,nag tk. .:. day. a, th. I
Of !! . Ccffeapondenea of
TSa Aarx"a?r4 Pr.ta A largely In
- ScmaM for fcora- meat to b.
i.h market, and pnr. p.i ara blfh-
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Tfifa ! aarprtaa to th. hor.
that ilia "Seward for coraa f e3 would i
v ciori taan aapp iej r-y carcasses or
an'rra's killed In baftla Hot. arror J -
tr ! ik. Daniah bu'eh.rs. tha meat
rr Bori ai;;ai in cstt: nil oe-en .
(attra.:y rotjti 1 tttsrtt for ConitlOJp-
ttion. and tta carrataes are now
burned or : I to soap rcanofartnrers
rratk'ort Corrtodr.r. of lb.
lAasot - Ufed rraaal Tha local branch I
z:p Q:r.ii:u cf tit Cast Ai;uc
raoela: rond. a cf pnwmonU
'.n whirh !!: mnt: f ata of the patiant
rairb!'a laa mental a.aia 01 "'(against tic packers.
t't"i I f'r patlect tba -typhoid j
lo dal'.riura. t1tcli!rf. pic-, fHR ht aunurr of a ucce?sfiil ai-
Irf at ha bedrlotbea. ate. Thara it j rnjnUrat,on of ,he new mayor of CM-
t-n anrh thlna; aa a rroii petwren ine
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or tta otiier or vma. out c nv
1 a tn area:. pot tar. wen Tacc.ua. n. .
i A rroup of fsirra onhreta r.r J...r
A aroup of :o.5JS caea of amal.pox
'au.aei r tna 1 r 1 ui
irrr-r. fiir:n 11 ar.n
.f.o- that Mi l.al nn surc.-:u..?
ar. !tated al'hin ren years, i.iv .
a'l an a j.-cest'a'v ar'.natl in-re :
:ian a.rra years praceoir.c
tack. ta l n.v.r oeen Tac.r.a.
.a ' 1 aal la -a.'', raaaa in Tari-ia
-' " ";.k.1a rhI, "'n? '-01 up aa never ran,
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from cnii;i.ct.' or. is a i;- .: w w-h.
r.?Al in the :,ro:crf '"'"
::i i,:rae f.ot ak u to "P' ',
"a.- r jr. . so prornSner.tly. '
b'-a-.. fcatren'l th h.fU l Ilea;
I T! rr t no rea...n to l'vr ;
.V.'S: '.f. - rrrin M.r. ..'n iatBj
re 5"arrp lp'.d Iin
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t ?; 'mr,
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S .-:"r.a thfirix-I tha' ih gun.me !
n;iv.t p'.ck up grrms froru the!
r.rvr nr'iff. it crnn:r! or-
:-r. r-: tte'.itrrel up: ! d.n rra--
. at. aouitTI rare h:rh v
rr' rrtiV.t bar. 1 0? o-irf. but. if;
tr.i'!,.-.. Sh ril l prefer to lick I
f c o tr-.e r'uf'er If of j
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ger an 1
tou. groan's frr !: but tn
i.ji yrv -.ar, f u
t!ut ror.l !erat'.-r.a
: r I. ,.r.- av. j ser.t.mer.t iftBini
own tr I that th la'.l rlaced
on another site
It" p!!e n tk.ev bav. been received !
u!r(i!. The Utter ar
ri't da'e-l Nov
;f r',,'n:i ,re "c.a1-; V S'1"W-'rv among us clodhoppers, abs
T!: d'ir.aMnn his ral.e-l ff.rth wble-1 . ,, .
sprr.l and favorable comment on thc,n"r ;'''!'' ;
pint of th. men of th. vrvl. who,,
omtenr j on a i sid . sfill found
i rr.a lo lh:ra of aounded ao'.dier at
rapiown (Correspondence of
TS AsaocUtad I'r Four soldiers
of a small -ot: e i-ontingent recent
ty sent out a.aln.t th. Grrwana Of.1!?""1 f n";r' . nd ,h hwWt "-!rped
t; l ast African front were k.'.led by
an Infuriated rh;r.oerou. atrordins
t . , it ... i v r . . r ......
k.iV-l four of the occupants It took:
.'. men w'tn kr.lvea to overcome tha;
ir.'ru !er. wbi. h put another car out
of anion b-for. It killed.
roitrM a package of bonds worth a
bmidral tnouiarii francs. t:3.f-V)
ar.tea ce promptly handi-d over to fc s
orrcer FYenrh EncliaS and Herman
earthevi n irench near Ii net
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w - t aaaaa. VI VJ Fflf fl
Laiptle (Correspondence of tha As-
1,,., lAttornav W m.m
j ,,;, mtamatlonal reputation a few
lyeara by prosecuting the famous
Tapialn of Copenlck." has been
awarded tha Iron cross. Ha ls serving
as a captain of reserves attached
reaerva armv rorna t th. rt...
1 Prussian ar. though only a high
Jsrbool senior.' ha enlisted and served
tirough tha campaign.
London 'Correapondenra of tba As
sociate.! rresa. 1 -After 3J yeara of
service. WliiUni Jobn May. bead of
Isa lndun fire drpartment. la about
It. ret Ira II. 1. nn r.f th. t
'aior apr:ateaitnt ta lU.
Tm going to climb another moun
tain." aaya Doc Cook. Well, beware
of the Jumping oS place. Doc
AKMOVR aaya ha 18 opposed to
labor unlona because when they grow
t ron it they practice excesses. Belfeve
j we have h"eard a iaii!ar charge niade
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; cot attribute bis election 10 ina per
TVhen the Little Feller Orin.
They ain't much to a baby, till it gets ;
to know yer face
An" pester till you take it an" hug it!
'round the i:.ire.
1 A . ..ir,it.( t yer nhiskors
pudKy-wuJpy hanli. i
' A&. Sfl a ,o; 0- girgj,., j:s mother un-.
An the time a gran d.id s Fiadneas ani :
1 1 c k 1 L 0 . h b. t.ns '
u wl). u,. fv,:;or iocVs up a,
biru au' gr;cs.
1 H: gr.a shows that he knows ye. and!
trus's ye as a friend - i
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jliis eca has fcor.-ot t :r.kK' an' some-,
I coa you Know 'iiey Kan
rrpai r down 1:1 th' coodnis that's
beatin in his h-art.
p., f(in ,.,.(-. j.. E:ves vou without
co acJ jrs
Wv,., 1 10giss fo ii .iUp a-' locks at
yoj an tries.
TTtcy ain't much tn a baby, but in its;
cr;n you kr.ow
,'ojrc fCn lets o sunshsn- you lost
-r.g. K-rg ngo.
It niakvs yoj f ..! r.:gious a baby
hitrt is i!an. !
An- , t ).n ,, FlVes i's favor it s purpo5 !
i yf.j tf.z th' Lord's for--.v,-n a hull
; . 0- our .j.,
, - ; n that f.1- '..tt f-vler lor.ks a!
J'o'l a:." pr.i;s
TV. r. NKSCIT.
j . 11 r II t.ev 1 ria.iiriiiuil'l
Vj-r.ce Kid'loo of Joy gave a vio'in
t;o at t!: moetinn cf More r county
4 TT T ...
f;teac;vrs a! A'.t'o last week.
The TYtiMon I Cranted. ,
;,,,, f,w taking Hoooevelt seriouslv ,
a hen characterize I as a grafter by the
former nridni Ho.a not ne.l
1 . 1 . . '
1 sized chunk via th(? Jury route.
Hl'ERTA'S latest photograph be-
trays the looks cf a man who has been
dodging thlr.gs. i
Hot Tip from the Itriih.
Il.aeon. 111.. Democrat.)
A man could take a hundred
these alleged city funny men and he
wouldn't find enough real red blood in
thelr sIucgiNh veins to soil the most
delicate handkerchief. What they
need is to come out here in the conn -
of the birds and commune with sweet
nature. Thus would they taste of the
Joys of real life. learn to live and
turn their toes toward Ziou.
rntltled To It.
(Cleveland Plain Dealer.)
A Virginia man was shot by a pcr-
his appendix "as neatly as a surgeon
jrould have don it." The assassin
'snouiu nc ai'ie to cc.ect a goo-i ;at .
'Cincinnati Times-Star. 1
Both Krg'and and Germany are dis-
patisfied with our diplomacy. And we! of which were found to be morphine,
are duly grateful for this proof of the 'cinnamic acid and arsenic not a very
neutral. ty of our position.
An Atlanta wife sues for a divorce
becauac hr b.usbaml is a gambler, but
reading the entire atory we find In the
; concluding paragraph that he general
ly loses all his money. It is hard for
anybody to love a loser.
Trend of the Tide.
(Detroit New a. I
A New lork newspaper asked of-!tions considerable ingenuity is fre
flclals of fifty hoards of commerce as'quentiy shown. One of the main ob
to business conditions, and the major- Jjet ts is to persuade the patient that
tty reported that the tide had turned I
toward prosperity and talking, against
such a tide cannot stem it.
I temal Tigllanra.
And now. J jt as the automobiles are
beginning, to listen to reason, the chil
dren are taking to roller skates.
IF you vote blind-folded tomorrow
you can't miss picking out four men I
who w-ould make capable commission
ara for Kock Island.
MORE grief for the fat dweller.
Kranch engineer invents electric mag
net that gets continuous tones from
tba piano, causing It to play like an
AMONG tba latent songs is. "I
Didn't Kaise My Kord To Ba a Jit-
J Br.' J. M. C
The Daily Story
A Conversion By Donald Chamberlin.
Having occasion to visit a town In
Arizona, where there were no hotel
accommodations worthy of the name. I
asked a man I met on the street If he
could tell me where I could find a lodg
ing In a private house.
"Reckon I kin, straupor." he said.
Viue right along with me."
He took me to his own house and
Introduced me to his wife, a woman
I snw in man or woman. Several pret
ty children were playing about who
evidently had the care of a pood moth
er. I was given a fine supper, and
when the wife took the children op
stairs to bed the husband and I sat
arnoklns and chatting together.
"I be!ieve." I remarked, "that you
j. j! out here have settled down and
l'-ome more like those in the east
than you uswl to le."
"Kt'kon we have. TJin I drifted
Into these parts we was all bad except
a s;rink!in'. and they was mostly wtai
men and ciilliiren."
"Purely you were not one of the bad
otiPB." I objected.
He took his pipe out of bis month
and looked at m. apparently wonder-
, ,f ,)(, fcn(1 bertor trU9t me w-lLh a
confession. I knew his thouijata and
by my expression Invited confidence.
'Stranger." he said. "I was one o"
the goldurnedest. meanest, snlvelln.
low down crtttera In the territory. I
was mean enou?h to rob a graveyard
of old bones. But I wasn't afro id o
nothln'. and when It come to a fight I
was ttiBT Fnl Is. I w-na regarded bo
desp'rit that nobody dast Interfere
wi;o nie Xwo Ener;ffs tried It and
.i ,. t ot innn
1 cft so bad that the people couldn't
! ,tflHi nu.. and the committee got after
me. That ended my career as a des-
Kvidently." I put In. "they didn't
; hamr you or yon wouldn't be here tell
1 Ir.g the story now."
! "My story hasn't l-egun. One dny
, when I was about as bad as I could git
; I went Into a house for n rneaj. which
j I intendod to pay for by takln any
thing valuable I could lay my hands
on. I run across a young woman and
j asked hr if she could give me a meal
j o' vittels. "You Just come right In
I here." she said, 'and make yerself at
Waal, that cl rooked me as fine a
meal as I ever eat in my life. Ai;yway,
It tasted an ood, for I was hungry,
aud there was sotuepln- atout the gal
as rooked It that I liked, and when I
wa eatln It she waa slttln' right op-
plte me and a?k!n' me all sorts o"
rm...ri.ns s Inn.veiit-like as If she was
r.,, !.,- r.. . .vrNl. rvnrtv Wh-n
I g.t through with the meal what do
you supiose I did? I Just told her
that 1 was Hill Il.tthaway. the noted
WORTHLESS TUBERCULOSIS REMEDIES.
After investigating umlcr the food
and druus ict. a large number of prep-
', . ,,.,i.t j ri.,mnim
cures, the department or agriculture
!has not been able to discover any that
can in any sense be regarded as
-cures ror tuoercuiosis. wme con -
tain drugs that may at times atiord
some temporary relief from the tiis-
trussing symptoms cf tlie disease, but
j this is all. Since the passage of fed- J
.oral legislation prohibiting the ship-
: mer.t in interstate commerce of me-
dicinal preparations for which false
and 1 raudulent claims are made, there
has been a marked tendency tt label
I these, preparations "remedies instead
orb L'.ijof "cures ' or "infallible cures" as
j tb.cy used to be called. In many cases.
, however, they can not even be re -
garded as remedies.
A "cherry balsam." for example. lor
the "cure" of "consumption" ail;hcp another. Claims that are al.so
' hemorrhagc of the lungs." which it , IuteIv unwarranted are no longer per
was represented would "strike at tlie j mitted on the labels of medicines
very root of the disease." was found ; phjpped ia interstate commerce, bat
on analysis to be nothing but a solu- j he wording may be such as to ronvey
1 tion in water and alcohol of opium.,
' sugar, benzaldehyde, inorganic sails j
' and coloring matter. It contained nnltlie preparations continue to find
cr.erry narK extract or saisani.
A more elaborate "cure" consisted
or nve mnerent preparations wnicn , chaer would reveal their wortu.css
the credulous patient was to take scp- j nogs
arately. These were nrst. tne nieui
c::ie proper, the essential ingredients
safe mixture to take habitually; sec
ond, a tonic -which was supposed to
contain iron but did r.ot : third, a
"cough mixture" made up of alcohol,
chloroform and codeine which is a
derivative of opium or morphine:
fourth, a mixture which contained
some quinine, and a solution of wa
ter and alcohol: and fifth, codeine tab
lets. Even the strongest constitution
coulJ hardly stand a prolonged course
of such a treatment.
In the marketing of such prepara-
he is receiving, at a comparatively
low price, the individual attention of
a trained specialist. For this pur
pose, symptom blanks are employed.
These contain a number of questions
about the patient's symptoms, the
number varying from a dozen or so to
as many as TO or SO. The patient is
led to believe that the information
which he furnishes in reply to these
questions, will be carefullv considered
before any medicine is prescribed for
him. though every physician knows
that an accurate diagnosis cannot pos
sibly be made In this way. As a mat
ter of fact none is attempted and the
degree of attention which these Indi
vidual reports receive can be meas
ured by the fact that cases have come
under the observation of the depart
ment In which mail order concerns do
ing a businesa of this kind have re
ceived as many as 4.000 letters a day.
After tha patient ha submitted his
desperado, and I wanted her to band
out any valuables there might be Ui
the house without troublin' ma to
"Somehow she didnt look frightened,
as most wimmen would look under the
circumstances. She got up without
savin' a word, went upstairs and come
down with a woolen sock with some
coins In the toe and put it on the table
before me. Then she looked at me, not
with that hateful look I had been ns.-1
to from wimmen I'd robbed, but with
a aorryful look, aa much as to say,
'Poor feller, what an awfnl life you're
leadln' and how uncomfortable you'll
be some day danglin' from the end of a
"Somehow I couldn't stnmmtck that
sort o' thing. I Jlnt opened the stockin".
and Instead o' takln' anything out I
put my hand In my pocket, ruk out a
fist full o' loose change and some bills,
rammed 'em into the atookln' and
shoved It toward her, r;llin' her that
she'd siren me a hangup good meal
and deserved to be well paid for rt.
"She turned the stockin' over, damp
ed all the money In it-on the table,
counted out what she'd hod In it he
fore I put in anything and shoved my
amount back to me.
" 'We don't take pay from strantr-rs
here." she said, "and if we did we
wouldn't take money that had been
gained by robbery.'
"I'd had all sorts o things ss'il to
me, but somehow Td never bfid any
thing like that. They was all either
afraid of me and cringed or beted rn
and spltfired at me. I got up from my
chair and went out o that house like
a whipped cur.
"When the men folks ome h"na
and found that Rill Hathaway hart
been there they organized 8 committee
to run me down. It was a long chase,
but they finally cornered me. I was
full o' tricks, and since none o' thojw.
that tnk me knowed me by slrht I
b"!e 'em they'd got the wrong man.
! So they talked together and airreed to
j take m to the gal I've been te'.lin' you
"They brought me before the hoi)"
with my arms tied behind my back
and a rope around my neck. The gal
came out. and they asked her if I wa
the man that had been to the house
before. When she saw the rope ?h
paled a bit and, pretemlin' that sh
wanted to git the dust outer her eyes
to soe brtrer. drew hor apron across
"em. Rut I ktiowed 1t w-as to cot ri1
of moisture. She looked at me lit'.?';!,
and at last she said:
" 'No; that ain't the one. The other
was a villain. This one is a gr.rnl mar.
i If he's ever dme nnythir.5 I'm sur
he has ropentfrt
"Hist!" he said, putting n f!r.gT to
his lira. "She's comin' downstairs."
"diasnosis report" he Is urged to pur
chase a supply of medicine. If h
does so. he is then urged to purchase
more. If he states tiiat lie nas expor-
l.nonr-iai Tor-: be u told
h., ,,. tvpn ennueh. and this
process fs likely to continue until the
,,inlif -f erednlitv have been
reached. If on the other hand he de
cides at the beginning not to purchase
the medicine it is likely to be offered
to him at successively lower pricea
until he js Rt last induced to believe
that he cannot afford to ignore such a
; ijar(.a;n This is carried to such an ex-
. t.,nt t5lat a "treatmerit," the original
j price cf which is ?2o. may he offered
- ...j n. : months for fC.oO.
As a matter of fact the successful
'tt f tunercu!osis require?
:n.,u.h n-ore than the mere giving of
.medicine and. moreover, what
, . n r..p win not necessarily
a nllSlc;iir.g ilnpresion wit
of absolute statements. Th'.s
1 ,1, fact that a little trn-.i-
1 ,,. nf the nrosncctive pur-
I'roiit In Arresting Oeserlers.
"The members of the police depart
ment are continually on tlie watch for
deserters from the army or navy," ex
plained the man about town. "The
reason is that the government sets a
price of ?25 upon the deserter's head.
Of course policemen are anxious to
g-Mn the reward and are on the watch.
"The Bowery is the district most
frequented by deserters, and that is
the first place in the city where search
is made for them. A scr.re of desert
ers are picked up along this thorough
fare every year.
"Before a member of the police de
partment can accept the reward for
catching a deserter his claim must be
approved by the commissioner. Fen
then he docs not draw the entire
amount, for the usual deduction for
the police pension fund is made.'
New York Sun.
April 19 in American
1775 Fatties at Lexington and Con
cord. Mass., between British regu
lars and American patriots.
17S3 General Washington published to
the army the proclamation of peaca
with Great Britain.
1S24 Lord Byron, the poet, died '
Mlssolonghi, Greece, while serviif?
In the patriot army; born 1TSS.
lOOiEarthquake fires continued '3
San Francisco. Many buildin?
dynamited. The regular army
aurned control of the city.