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THE ARGUS, THURSDAY, MAY 21. 1908.
lene Bros, furniture store for fcveral years, while the groom Is an eypcit paiicrn maker employed at the ock Island Plov company. ' i-;:-'-.v- davenport "Broke" After Getting Married. It doesn't cost a fortune to get married nowadays, perchance the bridegroom las no great wealth with which to make a show. This was "demon strated several days ago. The groom. In question paid $1.50 for a marriage license and then with his bride-to-be, "went to a justice's office to have the ceremony performed. After the knot tad been securely tied, the groom asked "how much?" The justice re plied the customary fee was S2. The groom scratched down in the bottom of his pocket and found he had but 11.50. This he handed over to the magistrate and without a cent to his name started out into the world with his newly wedded wife to seek a liv ing for both. Butchers Tighten Credit. The Butchers' association at its meeting Tuesday evening decided that after June 1, 1908. it would insist on settle ments in . full of all accounts when due, and would carry no balances. No new accounts will be opened where a clear receipt from former creditors cannot be shown. Ncrcredi" will be extended beyond 30 days. Act Quickly. Delay Has Been Dangerous in Reck Island. Do the right thing at the right ' time. Act quickly In times of danger. Backache is kidney danger. Doan's Kidney Tills act quickly. Cure all distressing, dangerous kid ney ills. ( - Plenty of evidence to prove this. Charles Greves of 1S32V! Third ave nue, Mollne, HI., says: "Doan's Kidney Pills have been in my family on sev eral occasions. My wife suffered some time with severe backaches caused by disordered condition of the kidneys and have been troubled in the same way, the pains across my loins at times being almost unbearable. Since learning of Doan's Kidney Pills, how ever, these backaches and kidney dis arrangements are a thing of the past. I made a statement some years ago Tecommending Doan's Kidney Pills, and I repeat that Doan's Kidney Pills are all that they are represented to be and a sure cure and safe cure for kid ney disease." Plenty more proof -like this from Rock Island people. Call at Harper House pharmacy, and ask what cus tomers report. For sale by all dealers. "Prie. 60 cents. Foster-Milburn company, Buf falB, New York, sole agents for the United States. Remember the name Doan's and take no other. . . Members of the association agree to and early disorganization of the move report promptly all delinquent bills ment. ' ' to the credit department of the asso- Scores of officials who have come ciatlon, so that each signer of tne from other cities to learn "the Denver agreement may be properly protected, way" go back satisfied that citizens ' o there have found the only true remeay Wins Gold Medal. Daniel Josephjfor partisan bickering and petty rival Ryan son of Mr. and Mrs. Daniel W. rles among those who work for the Ryan, 909 Farnam street, was award-'city's good. The Denver method Is, ed the decision of the judges in the expressed briefly, "keep something go nth annual contest in elocution Tues- ing all the time." Then nobody has day evening at St. Ambrose college time to complain, criticise or protest as the winner of the gold medal pre-j against the work of his neighbor until sented bv the bishop to the student th(J mTt& accomplished and what who is declared to be the best , ever criticism comes then is too late speaker of the competition. The to deprive the city of the fruit of the young man's delivery, voice, expres- well-directed effort, sion, gestures and articulation were Denver has a chamber of commerce pffwMvP and th seWttnn which he that believes, above all things, in get- delivered was a story full of pathos . results. AH its municipal affairs and Interest lare arranged so that the city will get o . the most for the dollars it spends and Makes Strona Point The defense it makes no difference what a man's politics is ifvbe "makes good." The Arp, administratrix of he estate of President of the chamber of commerce Johannes Arp, vs. Drs. Hageboeck, is expected to do a full day's work. Haller and Meyhaus. known as the The secretary is required to match "sponge case," claims to have. gotten anrt a,s to keep's force of era at the very heart of the case by elicit-' Ply "P to their eyes in detail work ing evidence at yesterday sessions to that he cannot take time for himself, the effect that immediately after the ' Thousands of letters are written every first operation when it is claimed that week- thousands (of visitors are shown Dr. Hageboeck left the gauze sponge the good points of the city, thousands in the abdomen. Dr. Hageboeck told citizens are reminded of the work John Bargman that the operation was that ls waitln for them to d ou,si,0 for appendicitis, but that he did not of their reSular business hours- n get" the appendix. The evidence short- the chamber of commerce in tended to show that there was a great -Denver keeps the enterprise of Jttie amount of pus removed and that thecitv at fever heat a,l the time. The In nrrtur ua ls vUUbiurieu pouny spvm mm MOLINE does not see some new idea born for the betterment of Denver or some good work accomplished for the great er fame of the city. operation removed the pus. for the laity to understand the value of this point, which the defense claims is exceedingly strong, it is nec essary to accept medical authority on the subject. Physicians claim that if a sponge was left in an abdominal cavity in which were pus, that the wound would never heal, and it was shown by the evidence that the wound i healed up completely in months. Bv this nolnt of evidence tbe gladly received and published. k,. rv, rj.,,,Q th rffono cither case the identity of the Bender UJ v j must be made known, to Insure rella- asserts that if the appendix was not.bility. Written notices must bear Big- SOCIAL AfFAIRS r n t . 1 1 1 . i i .. . several to tno 80ciety editor of The Argus, will But removed and there was pus in the abdomen, the sponge would never have remained in the cavity. DENVERITES ARE BEST BOOSTERS IN THE LAND Keep Something Moving All the Time and There Is No Time for Petty Factional Fights. Denver, Colo., May 21. Denver citi zens have a reputation all over the United States as being the most, alert for the promotion of their city. Num bers of representatives have come from various section of the country to learn how the work of the city build ing is done. The visitors complain that the experience of other cities is that whenever .ia public movement is nature and address. Vandruff -Jacobson. The marriage of Miss Lourine Jacobson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Emil Jacobson, to Bryan Vandruff took place last evening at Salary Low; Teachers Quit. A sal ary-deadline" of $S10,'it is said, threatens to . disrupt the excellent corps of teachers in Moline high school. The generally accepted rule of the board of education has-been that it should hew close to this eum in the matter of salaries of high school teachers. St. Cloud, Minn., Kewanee and Bclviderc are able to pay better salaries than are' paid in Moline aud several teachers are considering offers from other cities. Miss Eva L. Pratt, supervisor of drawing in the public schools, Miss Julia Gettemy and Miss Grace Warner, hih school teachers of English and Latin, respectively, all of them teachers of exceptional abil ity, have not yet signed contracts an! may not return to Moline next year. Connected Sewer at Own Home: Fined. Claus Reimers was fined So Lnd costs in police, court yesterday fcr violation of the ordinance licens ing and regulating plumbing. Reim ers some time ago made the connec Hons for plumbing at hi3 own resi aence at, me corner of ritteentli ave nue and Sixteenth street. The ordi nance provides that a licensed plumber must do the work, but as the supreme court hns deculju a man may make his own connections Reimers was fined because of failure to secure ;i permit from tiic plumbing inspector. May Find Outlet in Rock River. Flans and estimates for the proposed fewer system from Silvis to Rock river have been completed by E:igi neer II. G. Paddock and will be sub n itted to the board at the next meet ing. The I 'an proposes to lay the gewer ale ng the right of way of the Rook Island road and it is understood that the ic-mpany will bear some of the expense, however, the amount will not be made public just at present. May Run Ferry Next Months Un less present plans fall through the ferry boat will be plying across the Mississippi river, "through the Moline lock between this city and Bettendorf sometime in June. E. H. VanPattcn, tue promoter, was In the city yest Cr ay and he was asked as to the pros pects of the new ferry and he said hat at the present time it was impos sible 10 state definitely when the boat would make Its first trip but felt sure that it would bo in operation in June. Park Laid Outr-Clark Anderson, city engineer, has about completed the nlans for the new Athlollc nark J: F. Porter of the Tri-city Railway cempany was hcre atid looked over the grounds. He said it would prob ably be impossible to extend the Third avenue cur line to the park this sea son, but l.'iat it would be constructed before another year rolled around. Swanson Swanson. Miss Anna Swanson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs Ben Swanson of IV'l Fifth avenue was married Tu".--ttiy evening to Au gust Swanson at her home. The wed the home of the bride's parents, 906 j ding ceremony took place at 8 o'clock Twelfth street, at 8 o'clock. Rev. W. B. Clemmer of the Memorial Chris tian church performed the ceremony in the presence of about 50 guests. Miss Grace I. Fowler was bridesmaid Rev. L. A. Johnson - of rhe Swedish Lutheran church officiating. The couple were unattended. They will go to housekeeping immediately 1218 Ninth street. The bride is well and Clyde Maynard of Burlington,' end favorably known here, htvin; Iowa, was the groomsman. Following the ceremony a delicious wedding din ner was served. The bride wore a gown of white net and carried bride's roses, the bridesmaid wore pink and carried pink roses. Mr. and Mrs. Van druff left last evening for Chicago and upon their return will make their been employed as bookkeeper at Saal started the forces behind it divide into j home at 906 Twelfth street. Mr. Van factions and the result is a speedy druff Is an employe of the Adams Ex conflict ramons the various interests press company. DELIGHTED So is TEDDY, and so will you be if Dr. Martin's Does Your Dental Work. , "It Don't Hurt a Bit 115 Second, ave., London BIdg, Coffee for Bethany Home. Mrs. E. W. Lewis at her home yesterday after noon gave a coffee lor the benefit or. Bethany home. A large number - of ladies called between the hours of 3 and 6 and $30 was cleared and will be given to the home. During the afternoon an informal program was given by- Miss Gertrude Branigan of Davenport who played several piano selections and Miss Una Hodgson sang a number of songs. Announce Date of Marriage. An nouncement Is made of the approach-" Ing marriage of Miss Alice V. Stone ' to William H. Collins which will take place at the home of the bride's j mother. Mrs. J. W. Webb, 1634 Fif-j teenth street, June 3, at 8 o'clock. Daughters of Isabella Card Party. ! The Daughters of , Isabella gave a card rarty last evening at K. of C. hall which was attended by . about 100 . couples. - Music was provided forj aancing ror tnose who did not care to play cards. Theater Closed. The Moline theater will be closed for the season the day after Governor Doneen sneaks here. May 29. Billy Link's vaudeville troupe had been booked to appear the first few days in June, but Manager Donald has decided that this engage ment shall be canceled. The theatrical season is therefore closed. Obituary Record. Benjamin W.. the 3-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Taimer of Forty .bird street and Sixth ait-nue, d:el yesterday. FRUIT GROWERS OF COUNTY MEET Informally Discuss Organization Help Find Market -for Sur plus Products. to It is likely that a fruit growers" as sociation covering the county will re sult from a meeting held at the B Kachman store on Twelfth street and seventh avenue last evening. A num ber of growers from South Rock Is land and South Moline met and infor many talked over the situation, the meeting being the second one with that end in- view, a previous one hav ing been held Hn South Moline. It was brought out last evening that home growers more than supply the local market during the harvest sea son and an organization which will aid in finding markets abroad will be mutually beneficial. Another meeting will be held in the near future. SHOOTING BUCKSHOr IN WEATHER PROGNOSTICATION We could buy beans as lbw as 30 cents per bushel, yet we pay $2.10 for ours We use Michigan beans picked over by hand. We buy only the whitest,, the plumpest, the fullesi-grown. They are baked in live steam not in dry heat. Thus the skins are not broken, the beans are not scorched. The result is, all the beans are baked until they are mealy. Yet they are nutty, not mushy. We could buy tomato sauce ready made for one -fifth of our cost to make it Tomato sauce is often made from tomatoes picked green, and ripened in shipment. Such sauce is flat. Some sauce is - made from scraps of a canning factory, but such sauce is x not rich. Ours is made only from whole vine-ripened tomatoes. That is why you get a sparkling zest in Van Camp's, a piquant tang which never is found in others. Van Camp's pork and beans baked with tomato sauce Beans, above all foods, should be factory cooked. It requires a fierce heat to break down the fibre to make beans digestible and no home can supply it. Our ovens are heated to 245 degrees. Then you miss, in home cooking, the delicious blend that f we get by baking the sauce and the beans together. - Put the can in hot water, and your meal can be served in ten minutes L , Beans are Nature's choicest food 23 nitrogenous, 84 nutriment. . Even wheat falls below them in nutriment. No food is liked better; no food is cheaper. Then why not serve the most delicious beans that you know? Make your people want them daily. And why not keep ft dozen cans in the house a dozen meals always ready ? 10, 15 and '20 per can. Van Camp Packing Company, Indianapolis, Ind. Three Flags Shown Today, Which Is Guaranteed to Fit Under Almost Any Conditions. JAP-A-LAC A VARNISH AND STAIN COMBINED. Why not give your floors a coat of Jap-a-Lac, and have them look bright and new 7 . The natural Jap-a-Lac is a clear, transparent finish, which dries hard with a beautiful luster;. Call and get a Bample can. v We also have a full line of Wall Paper, Room Mouldings, Brushes, etc. Estimates furnished on all kinds of Painting and Paper Hanging, ' a LEWIS 1429-1431 8ECOND AVENUE. WAS WELL KNOWN HERE ' John A. Hamlin. Chicaao Theatrical Man, Dead. John A. Hamlin, the founder of "Wizard Oil," a theatrical manager known throughout the country and the owner of the Grand opera house at Chicago, died at his home at the Vir ginia hotel In that city last night at 7 o'clock, at' the age of 71. He was formerly a frequent visitor in Rock island. Mr. Hamlin began his busi ness career as a commercial traveler, and in 1859 established in the patent medicine business as founder of Ham lin's Wizard oil, of which he remained head and president until his death. He started the business in Cincinnati, and In 18C1 he came to Chicago to develop it,.- He made a fortune out of the business 'and at the time of his death was wealthy. After Chlcaeo's big fire in 1871 Mr. Hamlin built Ham lin's theater, which isnow the Grand opera.house, of which he was the sole proprietor. . " TO ABOLISH HEALTH BOARD State Medical Society Favors Appoint ment of Commissioner. Peoria, III., May 21. The State Medical society yesterday went on record as beinguin favor of abolish ing the state board of health, 'and hav ing In its place1 one man , as health commissioner. A bill will be present ed to the legislature embodying the proposed change'. . . . MmcYale's Hair Tonic FOR CHILDREN AND ADULTS Antiseptic and Hygienic A Italr Iiwla-oratnr Just what Its nami imolies. It supplies nouriah- m.ni th olpmonta of growth, which. when absorbed by the hair, strength ens and beautifies it In the same way that sap glorifies the foliage of a tree. Kven where the follicles are aeemliiRly etesrt. If the scalp lo massagea aauy with Mme Vale's Hair Tontc a vigor ous frrowth will be produced. It has honestly earned Its title of ,,the great hrflr rmwtr" It stimulates the most ntmiteri croix th v. nmi makes the hair magnificently ' healthy and beautiful, r v its tinA women ran nrovlde them- selvea with a trallinit mantle of hair- woman's natural raiment, hor birth rlrVt Mme. 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Our pedal ' price 89c, 45c. and 23c. We will give you free a copy of Mme. Tale's sft-page book on Beauty and Physical Culture. H . you live out of town, write us and we will mail you a copy. L. S. J.TcCabo & Co. If shooting buckshot will hit the bullseye In weather predictions the local weather man is due for a good score. For several days the old fash ioned pea rifle has been used with good effect, the target being station ary, but the mark became so shifty this morning that it was thought ad visable to bring out the blunderbuss and It was loaded with -three slugs. If the weather gets away from the trio it will be a dandy. For the first time in the history' of local prognosti cations (record extending back but a few years) three flags were, ordered on the staff on The Argus office today. On top was No. 3, which means local rain or snow; next was No. 1, which means fair, while at the bottom was No. 4, which when taken with No. 1, means colder. 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