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fat 4, . :.3 ; ULj.lt Jl avweaaaeje ' ' f Jt sswawsJ lMdSK' Csllpi j fM klU4 Weaaesdsr au I fctsT Call tM ft umttoU at tha fV star of taa Caatial Tnut Bat gar two dan rMd wtta a tseUag tmrwertag t a palttoittu mom eJaagar M w aetaii ana, u a opinion of , a arouer, wuuasa iwu and La UaAota, aelgtibor.. ' Uadftoia states that . aa rate taafe later Usj tr-focx SfZM s4 .wia" r- oat ' AtU'L stVl XT A&Lt Oawwftt i. Ctaiaaa at tAa loat atertaklac auunttt ttl tfttoek Watfaaafar alga. Qe Jarr Iragfcfl ta a vwcot or aa w aca-f eaat TnxX it. uauur. aaaioysr of UHhOM worktag on tteVafti- slama. It u scowathat awa of axaerlsacw aloaa an amalorad far seaOold work aai that aa tlrsy ara tha onoi taklag aay risks taey an giraa fall avtbomy to cbooee ds twasa tka two scattoMlax systems to ba used and fa fatting vp tka ''. Skinaor baa farmtako tho of material wanted .and it alt aew with tka exception Of tka ropas. wktck kad ten ased onlr oaea before, aad which did not break la tkia case. ot a aaattat to waa at JOaU r-f fV trs tar-- tf.-tta faU -tVt:.nrff f i-a arpaas from tka aaraort Dr. J. D Baata add tkat whoa ka raackad. tka Lfallaa ma aa was bryiac to- rata VP 4SS Slaw VhavVwa wwwa fJH fSawBaNK Ca tka way to tka kooattal ka said tkt bo kaaw tkat Niels waa cy tag aad tkat ka Myed only a few mlantas after being taken lata the JnitttatioB. ' 1 . , 4aekoa Srataai Xaek Vaair. - & J. Gakagaa, 64 Twelftlf are-, wt aad Robert Holdorf. S4 Twen-ty-aecond atreat, both paintera, ot long eJpartenea. aaid that the look oat ayatam is aa aeeeated oaa, aad tkat they aorer' kneWOt aaadbass batn tied oa or of a case of them the ropes oa Ms end of. the seainalippiag off. They said taaf paint- CarrCpaai V. S. HtCX aaSaatrtaaa waa wtt- aaajat ta aeetisafc. ' ".Tka latter Jl two wera aaabto to grra aax- ca aoceat. -' . , tk said tkat ka aa B; kad aot ap tka oatnt naea- aay. Tkat ataalag tkey ckaaged kajkttegaag aettt o aaabBar- gkkupeeted tka aatttacvbne kaefka waa talslag palat aad told tM latter tkat the est was alright. Dae to" tka shock ka recerred la tka aeddeat, la which he eared himself from death by cUaglng to fold, ka was Enable taVatvo aay elaar atatemeat retatire U the ac tion of tka aeOfold at tka time it gsre way. era are atrkled between the hook and lookoat eyatema, kat aajd tkat scaffold men ara always allowed to "choose between the two. ..' 1 Retard leas of tka humI Minim of lnne xaariance I ta MieUte's aatomoWle j o,.f th tud imnr deemed It neo-! eeeary. or bad erer heard ot aano-, bags being tied oa to lookout, tka Jary reeammeaed tkat as an ; added prccaatloa tka tylag of the bags should ba carried oat ' Baadbag SUpped. The torr toand that a sandbag holding down oaa and of a lookoat plank on ktielke-s side of tka scaf fold kad become misplaced, aad kad fallen clear of tka plank, possibly tkroagk the lowering of the seaf j fold top fast at Mlelke's end. and. tka bringing of It to a saddea stop. , . .- . - , It was round tnat witn ue sana- j bag off the plank the weight bad. caused It to flip tip, carrying a step- j ladder supporting the rear end with It In a 'fall from the top of the building. Both were broken1 In striking the sidewalk. - j Those girlng direct testimony were Fred Korth, Mlelke's partnar before he was killed. UK ta -passing the Central t bafldlag, klieike said ma , 1 warned tone that there was v. IftSdlag thatvhe did not care Jty mack to work oaf.. -j Tka night beforai be, was killed ralko told bis brother, William, i boat the Ultlng ot the scaffold on tl Central Trust bsildlag tkat , lay, the falling of two cans . of faint, aad the scramble of two falatera to get to the window sills. William told A representaUre of Sia Argus at the Inquest Wednes y alght that In telling of the rid ant hie brother laughed nerr sly. and made some remark about bis preference tor the hook tystem of handling staging. Mlelke's feeling in the case is gow considered unusnal la the face Of his long experience as a paint er, daring which he has handled all f i "Gets-It" ; For Hard I or Soft i Corns tstUSutiam Ouarsateed With TU1 Kill tThat Cold With q QUININE ::1 Take no 9wt.aCa.gi. TQMV . u f rjM ' .; Wepectea Colds are Dauga'ous Keep this atendasd remedy handy for the ftiec eneeevb . Breaks ap a cold in 24 boors Reflevee Orhjpe in 3 dsj s Cst elleiu for rfeartache Quinine in thia form does' net afiect the heaiP Cssiaia is beat Teak lasaMve No Opiate to Hffl'a. . - , ALL DRUGGISTS SELL IT Cora Eemorar. ', Oemmen ma tens anybody that the war to eare a earn If to remore U. eat ana root nenun eaurety. i j ''pUrim tmmtM "Grfi" '! Till Pililiiib-FOakkh-l ' Hot eal7 hard eorna and not only aott eonu tat every kind of eora rorrenderi ' to "Oete-lt," the national eora remover. It takei weeki or month to grow a eorat It takei toil a few Moond to (top Its bain with twoor three drop of "Oeti-It." - nlekly It looMni o yoo can peel It rich t off wHboot the leaf t twine or hart, and t Iff one I "0U-It," the never faiung, tuaran ted.moDey-Daekeornremover.eoiHDat trifle at any drag tore. Mid. by sMWieneeauaaUBUBfe, 1 ... i Rheumatism ,A ReMrkmU Bmm Twefwl Olvea tr Oh Whe Bed It. ' fa the Snrlnc et 1893 I m ettiekad pr MuKUlar and lnflunftlorjvRbeu- iaom- wno I aOarad u only thi hnrw it know, for ever thm yean. I Iried remedy after remedy, end doc tor after elector, but Mich relief m I received wee only temporary. Finally, Vennd e retnedf tkat cured no cotn--pjetelr. end it hu never relumed. I have tiren It to number Vho were terribly afflicted and ( even bedridden with rheumatiem, eon of Um 70 to AO yeare old, and reiulle "were the tame a la my own eaaa. ! I want every eufferer ftom any form pt rbeumatlc trouble to try thie mar veloue bealtne power. Don't eend a cent; atmely mail your name and ad dree and I will eend It free to try. After you have need It and it ha proven tteelf to be that lone-looked-tor mean of eetluur rid of your rbeo kiatiam. you may eend the prioe of It, ae dollar, bat Bnderetand. I do not West your money anleee you ara per fectly eatlened to send it. lan't that fairf Why suffer any loafer when re lief la thus offered yu free? Soa't delay. Write today. -. Mark H. Jackeon. No. 130, Canton Bldt, Syraceae. M. Y. r Mr. Jackaoo ta reeponafble. Above Ulenmat true. , S17S His Presaiplioa lias Powerful Inflcecce i . fflver Rliecsiiis.'a Hr. Jamee H. Allen euflpred far yeare vjlttb rheumatism. Many time this tar- now aiaeaae iell nun aeiplae and an able to work. He flnally deotded. after yean ot ; eeaeelcw study, that no one can be free from rheumatiem until the aocumu httrd imp unties, commonly celled uric arid depoatl. were dlawlved la the 4oaiu and muacjee and expelled from ' With thia Idea la mind he eooeultrd physloian. made ' ezperimente and finally compounded a preemption that eulckly - and completely banished every ufe and symptom of rheumatism from hi system. a feeely rav hie dteavd to ethers who look it. with what mirht be. called marvelout ewcese. After yean of urclnff be decided to let rafferar esmyaueie know about hi dlemvery throiia-h the newspapers. Bieee Drue Store ha been appointed atent for Allenrhe la -tkat vtdnity with the aaderetaaduurahat - he will freely nlarn the purchaee mrtaiy n.the Srst two bottlee to all who elate ' tkey received no bencttC PIE CR&ST IM cm eUWd I H ktaepoon salt i waapnoa Baking Powder HcBpafaaola 4 Marpoonaful Cold Water' V Eft dry fagredienta. Add , Water to Mazola knd beat tm til creamy. Mix quickly into dry ingredients. Toes onto slightly floored board and roll to desired thick ness. This recipe makea one doable pie crust. rTbanewl Prodoct Cook Book cooxaini 64 page of practical and toted recipce by expert cook. Free write today. Com Products Refining Compeny, p. O. Box 161, NawTotk CLty. Ths Finest Pie Crust Is Easy To Make Can You Make It? OOME people say' that the making of flaky, delicate and easily digested pie crust "is an art" Perhaps it used to be. Today even the inexperienced girl can make the finest pis crust. vU.;-..-;.-r.:V Y Only two things are necessary. A good Kcipe -wMch is given here. And Maxola which is-sold by all grocers. Mazola makes ddScate, flaky and easily digested pie crust because it is an abso lutely.pure, vegetable oil from an ediblo wOurce.t ' . - - t . Wherever you find cooks making really good pie crust, you will find Mazola. And once you try Mazola you will never '.go back to lard and compounds. StJBng RaptrnttitmHan CORN PRODUCTS REFINING COMPACT g!3 Eaat naeie St, OuVmge Vew SGOf $5,000 Xarle-Weaaa Seaa Ckarges 14cbiel Taaaakeero WlCa-Cbatiag Aai Tka sua of $5,000 is asked by Marie Wenae Soea, In a salt broagbt in ctrenlt conrt against Achiel Vandekeere, charging as saalt aad battery. The 'bill sets forth, that en. Sept 17 Vandekeere attacked tka plaintiff oa tka atrepta of Rock Island, aad severely beat and choked ker. - She was strnck oa hnth aides of bar face, choked. fet.ksxi end hoaten a rreat tnaar times, according to tne compiamyr Attorneys J. b. ana j. i. uan leaf represent the complainant. IJke R;ulwslwr1 Pteaasi H-V 12s. B, L Clean Towel SerYlot, Pkoaej s. l stas. Tri-Clty Towel srpply eoeapany. Oataeport Mi, uiTx com: AEQUO , PLAIT CUOGE3TIOIT3 Dtseasatoa -of tka sagaaattoas banded in to Tka Argnsvby dtisens for tka city planning; department of Rock- Island was taken ap at a meeting of ba. Rock Island city planning commission Tuesday eve ning. No action was taken at tka meeting, bat several matters were dtseossed. " "The , commiasion appreciates wbat the people of Rock Island are doing to kelp Its city planning department by sending in sugges tions to The Argus," Mrs. B. B. Krels. secretary of the slon. said this morning, '-riaii ' missloa arges' that sutMeLJ continue tq be sent and thateat person may send in at naBVasT desires. tbe -Argus 'ui charge of them." . Spend Monday and Thartd. i. enings st Brown's Businest coiiZZ night school. v -ue ' ew Baby Coughs dvss tiliese it to take. AASrJZJ sV7 ISy t I r il II ' II I ... y IP you expect little from the BROWNIE camera because it costs little your first pictures from it will give" you a most agreable surprise.' Originally designed for the children its splendid results soon made it pop ular Vlth the grown-ups and it has - filled more kodak albums with happy Ymemoriesyof the past' than all other cameras combined. . y.;y. ... . 1 Carries six or twelve exposures, loads in daylight, light in weight and simple to operate. Let us show you the work it does and how easily it does it. No. 0 BROWNIE takes pictures lx2i2 costs $2.88 No. 2 BROWNIE takes.picture 2x314 costs $3.33 No. 2A BROWNIE takes pictures 2y2x4,4 costs $4.58 "No. 3 " BROWNIE takes picture .3x4 costs $5.90 No. 2C BROWNIE takes pictures 2x4y8 costs $5.97. Kodak Headquarters i ffiH!fi mw w ii . vf ih L -JL. rJf- t Si D i? 9 - k I ' V One Time and ALL the Time i The dollar yoq wastts or spend lTiaygve you satisfac tion One Time, The dollar you put in 'the Sayings Bank keeps on giving you satisfaction All die lime. ' tV Central Trust and Savings Bank : MAKE OUR. BANK VOUR BANK N-.-. . t J - ' " . -i As stated in the last advertisement, this company is willing to render any service which the public desires and is willing to pay fofT It desires, however, to point our certain economies which ' are possible through the elimination of non-profitable lines and the operation of safety cars, asrecommended in the report of the' Federal Electric Railways Commission to President Wilson. .. 1 : ' By turning the Elm street line at Seventeenth street, instead of operating it to the west end of Rock Island, a saving of $12,000 per 'annum will be effected, and still give excellent ser- . vice to this portion of the community, as it is served by two other lines ;s s- There is practically no travel on tiie Thirty-eighth street line, and the operation of this should be discontinued except for; tripper service. This will result in a saving of $if, 000 per annum, making ; a total saving of $20,000 per year,, which the public must pro vide in the way of fares, as the conrpany is entitled to and must re ceive a reasonable return upon the fair value of its property,' if it - it to continue to give good service. 1 , -' 7. - V-;. -'-N--,,-:. ',... ; ;1 . . The economies recommended, the company believes, should, be put into effect. ,r.- v ' ' ' - N WageVof trainmen have increased from 29 cents per hourJn 1914 to 70 cents per hour in 1920, an increase of 141 percent. During the same period coal has increased over 300 per cent A person receiving the same, wage as a trainman in 1914 worked 10 l-3minutes.to pay for' his" five-cent fare, while in 1920, if he receives the same wage that the trainmen receive, he will only have to work Sy2 minutes to pay for a ten-cent fare.. : :- 'A Tri-City Railway Company ! ! ! t Saai OW. a hrdirant dossv shine that ll " does not rub off or dust off that anneals to tbe iron that last font times a long a any otuer. . does noi ruo on or oust m- i anneals to tbe iron-that last font j time a long a any otuer. . - I EbckSilkStovePolish j Is in a class by itself. It's mors j carefully made and mada from better materials, Try It on yoor partof SK. stove, your cooUttov y at your gm r-ng. nmmTmm It you don't find it ltliw X!m& ! thslMstpotfihyoa JtflLLiWiim ver a d, yoar V7rfwiTll hardware or 3f L grocer dealer is 1 1 1 I VV J 1 IaUiworiftca to ray ymm aavas. II BJ fmnd jroor ALFX7VX iff 11 1 11 H i i aaevjasw l " ewUBia(Q SIN ROCK ISIAHO BREWING CO. ROCK ISLAND, iuu. TELBJ'HONE S. I. AND OKDEB A CAB KOW. Less' Waste Than Potatoes Tfce Best Macaroni Boils Tender in 5 Minutes - 1.