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ARGUS. THURSDAY. JUNE 3. 1915.
TIIK ROCK ISLAND
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1 IlL AlVlU9 I i ok ta p-;t for
TrVit:4 ,.: at n: "-" t aa- Tn rs :r tat K alr !
Jtn 4 ( lEa'afM a; ta i-.., rur.Bi'S" s !
ff war.T.a. - 1 tt! afrer :vr-S
'.lag .. r :eg --ro ta b.
a iir . &..,
iI ta f't::i Uis. u a-apr. pj
u 1...... w.. ..t.4 tie! IB. pr
J "a. tonia" -a
bi thi j. w. rwrrtt ".
j fin- C a. . yikW.
Tuberculosis and the Sun.
ta t4 wtr K-n,
Vr. Rot:r of Lr!a. la th. Sm
2tmr At! !
e $,a.f BV-f ITIa af MWNli.... th ra.u'fa obtained In
j tu? s :.f rnv. -n 'hr i j of bot and Joint
fur. ef C!f V.4':e.. crv. ti Oitf ef M:co at ' i.Urrtlciii treated br sua baths II
U.al tlar it1 . 'l !-lAr tfc-f boa, .n.l lolat ra In
T. bt al 4nfs'i frs- " :i te ar.l in patients of all ae
.rm P I 61 11 ,:::- .r.- r- to a ' ,,., f!i. factional re.ult. ar. wo
?; , , i taatevaar ff fmfl T)h,r thn th ,ur,n btala.
tt-.m .r r., t "' Tt oo!y drbcic About b!iotbr
The iudicUl election will
b held neat Monday not
THE JUDICIAL SITUATION.
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IN M ttt drvtl fnf tk
lira f tt
Tt rrvtac 4tr ! IH a-
Ktf k a Ip la
frM fraaa Ik lartaar af
yJtlaaaiph t rf pIM f
ti. to UU a. Ul'i a la
fr a ai ' rt l la roa.tliaeioa I ar
tl.U fT Ui ary IMa.
Tt acta aT I raa tft la
al Bolniva lata th J4l
rtoo af laH 4UtrW aa4 ! ia.ar
ICwra lUa4 raalf a r..lUal
la ffa tlk tUrtU af
K. K. ,; aa4 A. X. f.
py. aa ceapr with aurgcrr. U
Aff ffK fnpmtf fftlra marh l!ma
tr.: aa Rnri r.t. T&oa D.ra ' ,v , ..... - ...i-..
fart f IS' frirn fy KVit J6ar?-tfa
;bc f '!"' -f H'-rUra Ttaa a
e& :a "-.5'rT ta ,ir-Bj M.iiro.
Kot:ir hoMi that boo aa4 Joint
L . . . t k I I
. iBcrcuioaia la not lorai. vui (ruri.n
AN iNSpreuro EIGHT.
A3 tsp'.r:ec a:.t aa th I!tc
a rrr:f- r artwl rh!4r0.
i r.f. r.f t?. tM tauraa
of ts Craal Anar pfa-i la Mftllra
ytr!tr f:ftiMn tt tnala op
(hat t& pttnt rqulra tt aatsa
K-aThl treatment oflitarlly appllad
la polxonarjr tabrru'.o'
Tit a jn bath ar adrn!n!tr'J no
dr caraftil auprrtloa br trained at-r.-lact.
th M(uri brie rradu
a:r tccrra.l. both In duration and
la aitnt of akin aurf- aspoard toj
tba tun rara. ao that, froca an Intro- j
doc'orr bats r jo islnatra ror tn
tkln tha rara. Th!a Idea. too. la
adapt4 for na la this country, aad
It makea aa Ideal diapoaiUoo of the
problem of tba coaralraceat conauinp-
Falla I 5at SUnlif.
My haabaad baa gaattic ulcer. Ula
doctor took fclm to th hospital and
tarred htm for 11 dayi. giving noth
ing but rectal eaemaa of aome pra
d'.geated nutriment. Ha Improved and
got along nicely for month, but now
ha feela tha old palna are returning.
Will you kindly recommend a good
Anawer We highly recommend the
doctor who flrat treated him. That Is
th beat treatment known. It la not
tarration. Ther la a great distinc
tion between narration and failing.
Mt of n would b healthier for
faatlnc: none of ua would bo helped
rtroarhitl Jfet HerltaW.
It bronchitis Inherited? Grandfath-
...f..r.M.r tt ! f ..1 'r th. rilrnl a!U- er ana lainrr du
-.j ..... . ! . i-. k... . . conaiderabla throat trouble.
. w . v Anawer No. Modes of living which
ar ts. rtu irrc aai ao perfect la j each Cay ia poealbl wiiboul sua-
rr-rV..";- itneai mr,"M! Tt. rvratlM "coM ah.ce.,-th. P" Infamtliea. Orer-e.tlng orer-
- .i. . ... . ' h.iMnv in. noma, cocaunr irr
ho re'.1 th paiaai Aa tte aorenei ara wnica ar apt to nrr , -y - . ,.,
Answer No. Modes of living
nredUDOs. to bronchitis and other
troubles of tha respiratory tract do
ENGLAND has graciously consented ;
to permit the United States to con
tinue to grow, having lifted the seed
ir.f wrreaaaa"! in (iibi. ab ice toiTFon axsa woiro turn myi. " ... rm , : . .
tt- r.n.!ag a-ar.4 t-tfora , apoo tt aurfac aad 1-ar d'.acharg- cold air and drafts, unre
frarsor I,ac- aslth laalars of the , leg ainuaea and ogly acara-heal un- th Infect Ions character
r.faal Ar-zr. rtr.lr.n. by ca!pti. der hniotherapy without breaking f" co,d"-
... . . ' . . . . . , , . ..... aort to cough aad cold ci
;. r-"a ti great
t e-ttkt!g la
KOCK ISLAND'S BUSINESS.
R.- l:nl it'jM r. i oartook th
fag ! throtjKh the skta. This Is a great ad-
Hat if :noa are a'.reajy preaest.
hathif.g trait thrm In a wondar
f iV.y i'-rt tin;. This 11a l appll"'!
of all so-
sort to cough aad cold cures. Instead
of seeking proper medical advice.
in Araart-a. a:o. i'h etcrtlmt r-
I aaits. though of couree the air la the
of ell 1 af.ri c!tia at A'.pm la clear and the Bun stronger
Je fir t. Pirvoa tf ltot::er haa frr!rl a farm labor
5 Snrh Thin?.
Plaaa Inform me what would be
th correct diet for on. suffering from
chronic rheumaltum and chronic dys
pepa'.a? Answer Both terms are meaalng-
whan l neither eipreaaes anything but
gursa. "Rheumatlam covers
of distinct conditions;
only fit for use In an
Tv. - ft t'.r. u?.'it.'.h'.i ha .... r. ah... .hi', iiirimc or ouack adrertlsrment.
. i . . m i v.; " " " w... - - .
OTHER nations than" tb. United
States apparently are pleased to say
farewell to Doc. Dernburg. Russia.
France and England have gone so far
as to assure him a safe Journey across
MISS Nina McAdoo Is reported to
have abandoned her work as a nursa
In France because she was compelled
to scrub floors. Father, however, de
nies. Still w don"t Imagine that our
attractive American girls went to the
front with the thought that they would
have to stoop so low. In the first
place, their modern attire does not
permit floor scrubbing with comfort.
"WHY don't the crooks leave Chi
cago?" asks the Herald. In the first
place, it is doubtful If they have been
ordered, officially. And If they are
told to move the nood people of Chi
cago will likely learn some thlnes
thev do not know for instance the
close alliance of crookdom with offi
cialdom. Crooks usually pay to do
business In a city.
BERLIN announces 300.000 more
Russians have been taken prisoners.
If this keeps up much longer the kais
er will not have enough room at home
for his own people.
EMMA Nice of Milan, who graduates
from Rock Island hlfth school this
week, has not been absent or tardy in
12 years of school attendance.
The Daily Story
Still Water Runs Deep By Eunice Blake.
M-rieetiy IrerrovrJ to .io light labor.! a vaaoe guess,
's-.-rr u; ..,&! -.-r.. tfo..r a-.l jkaIp t9 raj.sag vegetable ar.4 taket.,a multitude
ts eparTn rf a r-.-.a cacal -.d the like, thus paying or ' "dyaprpala- la
TS Ufa rf u ran ft w r-' Kr. s t (a 4. a
. Btor taa half during ts Ut ,,r.,.i .rt .;: -.pear.t nt a:r traaa-fa-w
oara Tt. war ta rwa of rt: ts fm Vu!'st rir aal
a. ' I
ITALY AIMING AT VITAL POINTS IN AUSTRIA
ac bo' a ea.: ef ta n e.,f p. i ", ;i ib Ui-
a ef t:e rr;l a aar otr ct;r ts
.: t. )t-..it l . t .'. rct.id-'
ara.f fc t- BRd .
r5rt" .. l- fie KV.iJt mart
J0t 4e:ta!oa to tn.-r
aa.i:o4 artur tot .;..'
tra 4r'!rira f o.)io5 lo'.a-
t:nne fna-t ta raaieia !f ef t&
rs!hty dr! frorafmt. of th. valley which almost M-
' sects th crownland Is on of the mlU
M!. lar.gunroua and delightful along
mk!t( In (ia!
ni er rre.-. .i-e,u:ppei -a.:an . !or,iy northern atretchr where the
tronp ar pre. tag a raptj invasion ' oftet weather retgna.
-a. h j3'Srr-i of thou-
, tte Mediterranean, famed for Its many
"In th wat and north, and In tne
a t tf. en fto t fon.f tf I
anr Ina S . t t.a f kSrrr. ta.r
reaAfknar R t eer
le alaa aanona f ff! wt'S, a
f"W taa f ta le"'
i frraeaa expire. arl. acenrttng to : ea.t. th. country la moatly mountain-
V.TL'iOV S MEXICAIt POLICY 'aum 4tpatha. the rarly greet ttt!a ou. or lew!Marlngly broken and billy.
-- . x. . : thu cw Ma ttrtr. tn1 ,JB Huhrr mountain rangea almost en-
peakar i aavoap t'Urk 6;. i-.t
ta ft fntr ta n-ja L
t tn tra. he ta l;uf"p. t
af to Bajef't a Tta;nts cf
tau aort 4 tt Ucg
t . . . , j .
Ta t'auel C'oofarr t'.'-raa.,
tar eaa'iel raoion a: f-: i -h-ai-t I
tat a:rt.t aupport to l'T.t-
4ni tti:ans la t .". p.rtiwi. i sm
AM ta f tf t taaf ar-rt.t
kno tai tar ar.t .i.i :it t-.'j .
f ;r. Ki'tt M.t.'-ea policy
R ba rl.-.-fti'l by tie w-iivter.
t.; f- .t-a a-J t'lrbaittir. ahtcb 1
rft r )f ti prfret t t of
tta cria. It tea rfaa-l to taka
- !.!-! ta!ht lcl tare
rr1'rT l.a .trst t tUwi.he4
S:'. !-:T :airy !T! r-:t fr-.n Ir.tar
an te t iorvxit r con-
l3.-a.l lit ISa frtf-a tt that tttfor-
Italac llety aprtad over th. Cr.t clcr the croauland. the Julian Alps
t tha toa.tUcd prortr.ee. w! on I croaelr.g It In the north, the Venetian
thir ay toearl Tru.t. a port more 'Alps breaking deeply Into It easier':
u!uM to A'4tri than la Near York , border, and mountain series running
In the fr.!tel ?:! A bu'.lrtin deal- aU-r.g It eastern boundary. Within the
ls ;: the Autnan rrownlar.d ; r-""" Inces are a number of peaks of
Cwn r. 1 Cradiare. prepared by th. n.re than .0-x) feet. Th chief rivers
National t;e,rapt:: society says of , of the province are the Isomo an 1 the
Tlmavo. th. last namel. the river that
Thi proeaieee t b- b.i .r ! t
IS awt (later, a wait a f- r tha ta
wae I p'tttiaa rj th tii.nT t kp
ta gam gela- The (ofm, h -.ear.
6aft rWMt raa t
hi frtat LOet b 4rata- i a
a hiaa aatary that tt acarT
lt lia go to cue apn.aa. wfti:. tar
rajr ran nl po. t bu tone i.t
grta aa4 kr re
CTtata). low, fca bras ti ai
.str raaaa. eat now ta: t2 r-
tars ar pr.rtic:i la. u t t a-
tag to wiaa that tt 64 a t Thecoma
ty eutawi ef ta rtry anw a toe cf
? frooa tf yaar a; . whii cnc o
ttaelf BS3 4oniUel l lioe a (J a
rro 13 ITT to 2 ." Th fr
ataTattnn tnra ar a4ar h
n)4trn9 lh brtar f.r ta pfaa'Ue
mt ia rwmtrmn tr
i . j
A trttl lliag Hi the aftnv cf
aouia meaahev to coarit4f a if
raoa a sot a.toel t sta.f la the
wee as tarr ts a:ary f r or
hart woratag tnetthrra ef ta
tctaiaera A?e ta far'-ira rf T
4ae lwmra rat.'t nly aa4
e4 is r .Vrw enr wertkr -
a wt:l ! ta baart. whew tST
a heme. tr aa f-r raa'ertirrs aa4
th at will b ajare-f ta lerr'.M
e9rt f ftarr i).i at 5ra.!4
ga4 earaat by IS b'S rr ef Ifv
"Through (Wrt a.l Gra!ica rar. ; lasuei fully formed from the mountain
t r.fa U. I re uftefcta ta eSact a t-1 tae vaiiry that forma th mala artery al l, the myaterloua river to which the
t:a:sn r f t.:r oo I. -ltlaa. Now 0f tmrr.c vt the northvettra Austrian ancW-ct paid wholesome respect,
b'xaa.ar. b u pfa. t that th I coaatUc la w ith th. lttrt-r. From the ' "The Goers and Gradlsca crownland
r;i t,i t itaeaitr 4paa .Ja U.at aotae- Austrian province of Cartsthia. la the 1 la not Inhabited principally by Italians,
tatag fc 4 a. ar. 1 ba!ag tr.k-la ap tta Jsorth. Gor and Orad.sra la bordered ' Mor. than two-thirds, about 6S per
tr.ict t ht e-a-t the Abrtraa po- j by l4r to oj!f ft Trleet. Ia the 'cent of the people ar. Slovenes, and
.: n . a. ira. iai be will act i c,rtaarn an I crntral part, this boun- the remainrtrr are Italians, with an
arvl w.:hut uet. rry : ( $a,ry la rry r.tour.taiaous. a ay al- ' Ir.tersptinklir.g of some 2.400 Germans,
tar -l t'.t ;r tl oriar shall atjeoat Is-pasubl f r armies and theirlTh. population, according to moat re
U.e k r.t re-l ascjeg our aoitiharn j upp; train, a way of sharply devel-Jeal atatlalica. Is 235.000 people. The
ca'g'ihnra ; ope-i rartnea aad gulilea. of preclpicea ! population ta mainly an agricultural
'and bar. rocky summit, and a wayna. being distributed through the
THE JUDICIAL CANDIDATES. ' brakes through by but a few wild. In- t provinces In mall villages. Goert. the
dt'rrrnt pa'. In the south. I a capital or the crownland and Its larg
cotl plain whirh allow of far c- rt city, only haa a population of "1.
Ir tccrti lct Austria. It 1 In th!'0"0. Other principal town are Cor
plaia that the Italian trocpa capture-1 nm. Monfalcone. Kirchhelm. Gra-
Th r.er r.f tha ir.'r:ath Jjdt
rial (i.a'rt't ar cot akr.d to rebuke
thr EJf.wi aSip:.iyr.l ia aelectlcg r-
pi:fra e--ei'oa fr )i!a at the the f.rt Austrian ton.
tpi ef pabltc aarvtr They n.!ht
1 af irtft th t.arjica rf ho!Sg their
discs and Aqullela. Not on. of these
T"arntol. Istrta and the Tr!l!ne place count 6.00Q citltens.
territory lound th province on the i Th crownland has no port of any
4 ffrov tf la.ir or.:y a;terr.ttve ( n4 south: eicrptir.c It 25 tr.llea ! conscieunce. It short coast Un lack-
war ta oatrll or inrotsprtaat
tnra or ta-- wfea tatagrtty could
; b a:t--fca-t os aay groned whatever.
I" rrn.it. a: ? . they are rct'tg no das-'
gr ta supporting th drsvxratJc nots-1
' tear. ft Knorr!y of Rock llan4
ae I ii '.f A. E. IWrgTar. l of llaary
of roatt along th northern shore of,ir.g any go harbor site. Grado. its
th. Gulf of Trtt- Th. crownland ha j first part, la accessible to th. larger
aa ares of 11?5 qur. miles, all th,klnl of coasting vessels. This place
outhern part of which 1 exceedingly ; haa been reported aa captured by the
fertile aal abundant in wine grapea I Italians. In general, the coast is
and In fancy fruit. Silk production I. I fringed with alluvial deposits and
also, one of th. richest Industrie of ! drifting aandbars. In the time of the
MISS Gaul Is to be a Missouri June
c bride. One mipht almost be temptpd
to ask who did the proposing In this
They said that it was very wrong
To harm a little fly.
Hut now you'll see a busy throng
Take aim a he floats by.
For flies we show in learned terms
Are Erst assistants to the germs.
The boy who chased the moth so bright
We viewed with much dismay.
Now moths ar hunted day and nlpht;
You shoot them with a spray.
We now regard them as hard lurk
For fruit trees and for garden trurk.
And thus It Is ideas change.
And what seemed good of yore
We mention in a language strange
As something to deplore.
For Time puts many a cherished faj.
On the close acquaintance, to the had.
Mere Man's Opinion.
If you are of frail physique, have a
weak stomach and a tendency toward
rheumatism and other serious ail
ments, the orohabiiittes are that you
will live a long time and die at an ad
vanced age. !
It Is possible for a woman to bury
her past, but some other woman al
ways marks the grave.
A woman Is very apt to overestimate
the good time her husband has when
he is away from home.
There Is some consolation in the
thought that the graduation
Wilton Fage was 20 years old and
handsome as a picture. He had an
oval face, larg dreamy eyes and
cameo cut features.
Wilton entered a parlor car one day
for a Journey. On the opposite side
were three women. One was about
thirty, another twenty and the third
seventeen. The two younger ones
called the oldest Aunt Sue. while she
called the next younger Dorothy and
the younger Fannie. Aunt Sue seemed
to be on terms of equality with the
others and was the merriest of th.
three. Dorothy and she were contin
ually cracking Jokes with each other,
while Fanny was sober, but childlike.
Wilton, having placed his hand bag
gage in the rack above him, settled
himself in his chair, pulled a novel
from his pocket and began to read. He
did not therefore observe the effect his
manly beauty had on the ladies. Dor
othy looked from him to Aunt Sue
and backasain to him with an expres
sion that being interpreted meant.
"Isn't he Just too lovely for anything?"
Aunt Sue returned the glance, indi
cating "Handsome enough to kiss."
Little Fanyy observed the mute com
ments of her elders, but said nothing.
Dorothy leaned toward Aunt Sue
and whispered something in her ear.
Aunt Sue cast her eyes aside, rested
them on Wilton for a few moments,
thn whispered something in Dor
othy's ear. Then Dorothy swung her
chair around and said something to
Fanny, who planced at Wilton and
shook her head, indicating a negative.
Wilton read on unconscious of the
attention he was attracting from those
three ladies. Indeed, he had not given
them a glance on entering the car and
hail begun his reading as soon as he
had settled himself. They were all
comely, dressed in a manner to in
dicate that they were persons of re
finement, and since women like to be
noticed ilton ignoring them may
have spurred them to a conspiracy
they concocted concerning him. But
of this the reader must form his or her
own opinion after hearing what this
Those were the days when trains on
passing through tunnels were not
lighted as they are today. On the line
upon which these three persons were
traveling was a tunnel so long that
some three minutes by the watch were
required for a train to pass through it.
The train reached the tunnel in about
an hour after starting. As soon as)
they entered it Wilton dropped his
book on his knee and with his face to
the window waited for the return of
!!eht. About half the distance under
ground had been passed when he felt
a pair of arms thrown around his
neck and a pair of lips pressed against
Having been pinioned from behind,
he was powerless to resist the kiss
if he had wished to do so or to get
a hold on the kisser. He tried to
clutch the arms, but they evaded him,
and all the satisfaction he derived
from the attempt was a knowledge
that they were covered with feminine
material. He reached out wildly in
the dark, but came in contact with
Nearly two minutes elapsed before
the train shot out into daylight. When.
it did so Wilton swept the car with
his glance with a view to discovering
who had kissed him. There were a
number of women In it besides the
three ladies mentioned. Having noteu
those at a distance, he fixed hit
glance upon his neighbors. Aunt Sue
was peering out of the window, and.
her back being toward him. he could
not see her face. Dorothy was wiping
the dust out of her eyes with her
handkerchief. Fanny was leaning
back in her chair looking up at the
car ceiling apparently wrapped la
Wilton formed an opinion that ho
had been kissed by one of his neigh
bors. He came to this conclusion be
cause they were so near him and he
cause there was no other woman on
the train who looked as if she would
be likely to commit such an act. 0!
the three he fixed upon Dorothy as
the culprit. And yet when she finished
wiping the dust out of her eye he
noticed an amused rather than a guil
ty expression on her face. Aur.t Sue
kept her back turned toward him so
long that he was not sure after all
that she was not the perpetrator. The
only one of the three that he was quite
sure was innocent was Fanny. Ph
looked 'fitted to sit as a model for a
When the train reached the termin
al Wilton left the car, still uncertain
as to who had kissed him. The three
ladies left at the same time, and he
saw them driven away in a private
carriage. They took no notice of him,
seeming to be oblivious of him.
One evening not a week later Wil
ton appeared, handsomer than ever in
evening dress at a function. He wa3
walking toward a group of ladies, and
when within a few feet of thum one
of them whose back was toward him
turned suddenly and faced him. The
moment she saw him she turned arar
let. She was Fanny.
An introduction embarrnsing for
the young lady followed, while a sat
isfied smile played on Wilton's lips
Since they are now an old couple there
can be no harm in stating that she waj
put up to kissing her fellow traveler
by the other two women, who as
sured her that they would draw the
gentleman's attention to themselves
as soon as an inspection was made.
But what at the time saved Fanny
from detection was her admirabl"
Sidelights on the European War
never is as painful to the audience as
It Is to the young man who delivers it.
Dud Hewlett says he could easily
Dilman. Azerbaijan. Persia, (Corre
spondence of the Associated PressK
Unlike the Belgians, the decimated
Christians of Azerbaijan and Armenia
oration l-Iuught of their own volition. For a
hundred years they have longed for
the coming of the Russians. Volun
teer; were nrranfzerl tav the Armenians
have shot the burelar who. the other bold!v bv tne xes,orians under some
night, ransacked the Hewlett house, j presfure xhe iatter Buppiied 150
Dud says the reason he didn't as;driile(1 mcn at thcir own cost and if
that he was afraid or waking tne
lin. and that it has Intercepted wire
less messages from the Eiffel tower
London. Several English business
firms, in an effort to encourage recruit
ing, have joined in an agreement n.
give a day off to an employe ho per
suades a candidate to present himself
for enrollment in the Lon.J.jn Kifie
yir k-s-onhr U l-itior member t.f tie ptala. Vineyard ar. very where. Romaa world. Aquileia. here, waa a
ta fr3 vf Kaawrthy A Kan worthy mn j (t viae rival any of thoa pro-; noted seaport, but thl city has dwln
ae t b baa r prartlrtag law la thla ( .jrr-l ta the dual mor.srchy. Th ell- idled now to the size of a small village."
ld;trtt fer terly s --or of year.
1 J vl prrn4 ta wH knon
act ba b4 ta fir-har alact ef
aervtr ea ta oir.tr bo"a. p.-rth
ar ts th prfm f life ac avrca-i.v-e.j
t l cafM ef mo'h barl
era. a ti'il-roa not t b Itghtty
cosautervt ta r&-l?:i for thi
ec&ita.t a usAt.i th aMt eabr
of lb br Is IS MRhaottors part ef
ta ta' ttit b prefal!. If
A mother's fervent hope Is that her
daughters, when they marry, will do
better than she did.
Hon. Brunk Smith Is so differen
tial to those he admires that he al
ways takes off his hat when he speaks
to himself. Jay House.
Tiptoe of Expectation.
When a pretty girl is introduced to a
rich man's son sh" wonders if one of i
those romances she's been reading in
the magazines is about to happen In
real life. Detroit Free Press.
OUR "SWOLLEN" FORTUNES
American ar frequently proa, to
etaggaratlon. but r.evar mor ao thaa
Ivvta are re.. hra eatimating the fortune of protn-
Icast fiaaactrr. Th wraith of our
captain of Ccanc la a favorite topic
Ta a reU arounl ta
.an rae f ts fs Jmm
lag a.t a art imet U ata-1
to ceav'.aa. yn tat ta.r t -ac
:-of.. tn 4K all Ibair lite is th.
A C er &! js be b8 ltaa4 BT
tb. Aarrvaa FU severest too. whirs;
I a.! ir--l lo ta preasi ef ts
t'att4 (. ta goseraer ef each
blta tot avaa th. war haa crowded
ost. and I at th nam of s atr.gte re-p-jta.J
millionaire b nratioa4 acl
th. channel are epae4 for specula
tion and coejortur. that win el!y
Uavt th bmi tautiou Americas lato
' realm of bnaatfu'.ae. that will atoa
mm ta klesk foe ano'ar l'::a. tr.ia r xf Ait. u .rtpaa a our kwii. ays in.
n a ti er aataa; : far. ac. acboota. ta. carer ef . Dub-, Tf raph Harald.
Tn wtr Ml ft rTna4:a As&r!;s ft ae4 to alt cv.ijaaa. Kockafi;r la th choice! ciorael
rt t bttr a4aa!a M(as in tt .4 la th oepr eel- bicb lao .apaadrra cf pruti for
taas s Saar'j 4v Let kciu cf th lJt aaaiv.raary f ta' tca love to roll aader their tongue.
Mtv ;:! aaee .;-vit of ta e ef is t'att4 i Ilia weaita baa ba eetimeiad at var
T li5! t3 raecee-t ef - r-ri 4. Ja I Wi earr as ts th billion doll.
ta - rrwrrar at tt et; j, u taat tsat tas mr s
rreaM aeeavl a bang ti.eo t;l b jUti, la alt Sag
ra: t rt ' i.r c:ar-wa ii sr ibaa U
anrt fgatavTa . v.:r ta car. st ealr bora a U
m i 4.. . . n !b frt l tat lb awta:io tttil b
Tbee t ssAtar aba vt ta Pf- Me al ta ap. m b more c-
fsi rtesa a- toaer wbe , raenwet ia im c.(wii u:t mj. aiisair of bis w rails placed th
iumutrHia. Kaar iM ta ta, ' -bi. ts Crop. ttr bt lt?tl be low that of Rocke-
0tf sstaaettia b ta t- ts ' rt ta war aa.j i fuer. J J. HLl U frqntly a tctlai
B-ara. sal aerJou peraoc ba de
clared Kh all hoeorabl lotrntlon.
hi atoeiMy iscots to b lit.ooo.ooo.
J nr poet Mor gas u another
bo fcrtao aa th. .abject of
I essch grocrry store 4iculoa. aad
tsavO awa.L ire vet.'a a s -.
fa vrt lshaatio wbh-.aV I-
aervp sew cocaasaa-t evrrywaef.
. . . i
ixl sTte- auf b4 bia ia:'ltasl , T avet lb r: decaaad tor
Oal II tie 4 tit laMtcr ( agrtnattsr. ssl boo
assraiii s a ea'rar t tauar pt- f er-eii-. l cf ta sveea of tats
trm tt rmul I at ta neirt vr getttg Us al lows ?
mm sJ4 b rartrt an.t tbst t'ce;e tare i b:4 is irachisg. er fortas.
rtrr. saatf. i beM4 t take acMttra. a aelarer 4tra Stl tra at.
of oral Cssactsnsg. Marrtavaa. bla
raiiroad sesiy. tu asotar. Carsg
ssd lb. Aster. Ool4 sad Vaader
B:ta bate t-r s geaeratioa ba Amer
ica a aysosyms for Croeea. aliAooga
ratier dimmed la glory br tb. cew-
ef Stsadard Oil .and
who mad. his money In lumber, was
by many reputed to outrank even
Rockefeller la wealth, and not even
the simplicity of hi home In St. Paul,
far las magnificent than that of his
fellow millionaire. Hill, served to
dualpat. thl Illusion. When hi
will waa probated it was dlacovered
Jo. Like s Woman.
They say Queen Mary samples
George's barley water to see that it is
not "spiked." And ten to one she's
, sorry when it isn't. Memphis Com
London. (Correspondence oi
thev mav be believed, rendered good I Associated Press.) The admiral
service. Three thousand rifles were j war office are not at ail pleased over
issued to villagers from Kussian arse- having to intern the 24.000 Germans of
nnls and thousands were employed in j military age now at large. In spite of
fortifying I'rmla. "abuse for not taking such action son-
At Tabriz there was no massacre ; er, which had long been a part of tse
and little pillage, thanks to the energy ! anti-liberal propaganda of the rorserv
and diplomatic skill of Gordon Pad-jatives and the yellow press, the cov
dock. the American consul, and the ! ernment has Interned few alien i ne
flight of the Tabriz Christians on thejmies able to support themselves. The
Chaussee was comparatively unevent- government evidently put little sti 'k
ful. Mr. Paddock delayed the entry j in the spy scares of the yellow papers,
of the Kurds, practically restrained the j To intern 24.0O" men mean? a -
Persian government from Might and j estimated at a quarter of a mill. on d :
was then able to hold the local Mos- lars a week, to say nothing of the ?)!
lems In check. Finally he went to the J diers required for guard duty wh'.
bazar, where there are upwards of j must be diverted from other icni.
5.0'0 shops, and stopped the pillage, j Prisoners kept on nine i.-.tr rninen
General Chernozuboff and all the for-!srlips are known to cost S'eo.eiH, :,
Foods That Hont Mix.
"Don't mix your drinks!" is an ad
age, the wisdom of which every per
son owns, but few know that there are
certain foods which should not be
i taken with certain drinks, nor even
I with .thua fiwifld T , I. . .- ... .1.-1
that th. Weyrrha.user fortune was a P.r,lan proTerb that ,nform8 us of
Thaa rlUhftrmnnv faf In a Katvaan mllW
" - ' own orra upon i .. -h .nrntk nf ,-
eery modest one la comparison to the ,
B-.ate that had beea
Fugea. Zimmerman, who died re-
eign colony at Tabriz unanimously
agreed that Mr. Paddock's services
The Kurds and Turks at Tabriz fol
lowed the Russians, whose retreat was
stopped after the victory at Saryka
mysh had halted the advance on Kars.
General Chernozuboff drove them with
machine guns from a canon, eight
miles long, which forms the pass be
tween Julfa and Tabriz, at the same
time sending General Ofrosimoff
around the mountains to fall upon the lan,i hotel porters
Turkish flank. This combined attack, i
week to maintain, and i!
the big land camps must
If the government carries nu
proposed plan, however, stiw rel;e:
will be provided by the repatriation "'
10.000 elderly interned prisoner.",
which will leave only It ,000 no
to provide for.
A large proportion of Germans a:v!
Austrfans caught in Great Britain at
the outbreak of the war were wa:ler..
In Germany, tr
on small waees.
rntly in New York, waa another
whoee wraith was overestimated.
Forty million dollars was frequently
named as th. aire of his pile, while
f fly aad evea alxty million were hint
ed at. When he died and hi estate
was settled It waa found that he was
poaaeaaed f a paltry ItOo.OoO.
cases of, skilfully planned and executed, anni- British interned are almost 'all tour!--
strange illness associated with expert- ; hilated the invaders of Tabriz. About
14) a CiM4 Mfa. tt.la
Ts. U:. rradsnck wTtrar.
OrUtls ef "TTaterrd Sleek."
Th eipraealon "watered stock."
which describe ao well th. expansion
of the atock of s company beyond the
value of the property, originated. It la
said, la connect 10a artth Daniel Irew.
who waa one th wealthiest sad most
aslqa. maalpulator la Wall street.
Drew bad beea a drover la bt younger
days, aad II aa aald of htm that be
fors elllog bis cattl la th. market he
woald Brat glv them larg. qaaaUtlea
of salt to make them thirsty aad thea
provide thrm with all th. water they
eould drink. Ia thl. way their weight
aa greatly Increased, aad th. pur
caar wa buyia "waurtd atock.
menter la the sour milk cure a short
tlm. ago were attributed by medical
men tn ignorance of that Persian warn
ing. Washington Star.
MFDILL McCormlck says we must
prepare for war. Medl'.l was one of
thoee starting a war a few years ago.
but hi army appears to have been
shot all to pieces.
SECRETARY McAdoo announces
th. receipt of $3,700 conscience money
1.200 to l,oo perished in irrigation j
ditches before the city. j
The butchery and devastation In I
Salmas were directed by Turkish offi-
cers and carried out by Turkish sol- ;
diers and local moslems. In addition
to unanimous local testimony, the in
sulting phrases written in correct
French on the walls of the desolated
Roman Catholic mission at Hosrova.
London. Owing to ill health. Sir
Mark Oldroyd has resigned as chair-
j from a man In a small Wisconsin man of the new British Dyes company.
June 3 in American
town. Reports from Philadelphia and
Faterson are awaited with curiosity.
St. Loul Globe-Democrat.
MRS. Snow baa been granted a di
vorce In Rock Island county circuit
court. She complained that frjend
husband was not only cold, but cruel
THOFGH not yet definitely sett lea.
It Is probable th. trial of Mr, Munday
at Morris win begin torn. Tuesday.
J. M. C ,
which hopes to wrest the supremacy
in the aniline dye industry from Ger
many. His successor is James Falcon
er, an Edinburgh member of the house
Berlin. The German illustrated
newspapers give pictures of the Tele
funken wireless station at Damascus.
The apparatus came originally from
the Hamburg steamer Peter Rickmers.
which was sunk In the early days of
the war. It Is stated that the Damas
cus station has repeatedly spoken with
th. great station, at Xauen, near Ber-
1657 William Harvey, discoverer of
the circulation of the blood, died
1SC1 Stephen Arnold Douglas, noted
Democratic contemporary of Abra
ham IJncoln. died; born 1S13.
1SG4 End of the battle of Cold Har
bor and Grant's direct attack ;
Richmond. After losing nearly
6,000 In one charge Grant recalled
his troops. Total Federal loss. 12.
000; Confederate. 1.300.
1SG5 Birth of Prince George Alhert
(George V. of England.
1912 Mrs. Margaret E. Saurster. poft
and author, died; born 1S3S.
Patience Was she shy on her birth
day? Patrice Oh, yes; she was shy
about ten candles in her birthday
cake. Yockera Statesman.