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THE ARGUS, THURSDAY; OCTOBER -25, li).
a r gain S'p&cia!
Attorney General Moody Selected
as Successor to Justice
WILL ACCEPT THE PLACE
Approval by Senate Expected Thougn
Bailey and Tillman May
Washington. I). C. (Jet. Tin- ap-
jMjint intiir of Attoniej- Ceneral Wiil
Jam H. Mo.iy to tin- place oil the sti
prcine court kit vacant by tin- retire
ment of Associate Justice Henry B.
Brown, has finally b.ui decided on
by the president. Mr. Mooily is will
ing t tj accept the jrotTer although he
ATTORNEY GENERAL MOOHV.
hail made arrangements to re.-unie th
practice of law. in Massacnr,ett- upon
leaving thu cabinet at the beginniu..
of the new ear.
The official announcement of tin
piesideiu's determination m apoo::;--Mr.
Moody ha b en deferred until i;
can be ascertained whether his .-elec-lion
will meet with the approval of
the members o the eenaie committee
on judicial y and oii.tr senator.-, but
there is a general fe--!ing in adminis
tration iicles tha no difficulty will
1m- encountered u ilia: score.
'lilluiau ! (M.jnl.
If was slluested that Senator 15. lib y
f Texas and Senator Tillman of
Soiitli Carolina might oppose .Mr.
Moody's nomination on the mound
that he was a party to tin- ingofia
tious for demociaiic support of the
railway iate bill arranged by former
Senator William E. Chandler of New
Hampshire. Mr. Haiiej an-! Mr. Till
man are said to be as ansry with Mr.
Moody over the failure of tbe-e nego
tiations as they are with President
Roosevelt, and they mUht trv to pi"
veut Mr. Moody from b coming a mem
ber ot the supn me court.
Ollirr OIIh-I- Intrrt -u-.
However, it is taken for grnnte I
here that Mr. Moody will be nominat
ed. There was at one time a fear in
the minds if some of Mr. Moody's
friends thai the tact I Ii -it a present
member of ill:' supreme hi ncii. .Iutice
Oliver Wi ndell Holme--, is also from
Massachusetts, would make Mr. Moo
dy's chances of confirmation exceeding
ly uncertain, bur apparently the pres
ident believes that this difficulty has
been or can be overcome.
For regular $1 box
Dr. Hancock's soap,
7 cakes in box. spe
cial Friday bargain
at 17c per box
For 10-oz. bottle
of Gunlock's reliable
hair restorer, regu
lar price $1: an un
excelled value at the
price 71c Main
"THE STORE THAT SAVES YOU MONEY"
Save Stamps and You Can Secure Your Christmas Gift Free
For ladies' back
combs, gold plat cd
mountings, sell reg
ularly at L'Oc; a Fri
day special at 13c
For 72inrh silver
bleached table linen,
spot and floral pat -tiu;
rc: Friday 13c yd.
for '' pairs ladies' hose,
TZC gauranteed fast black,
ail sizes, regular L'Oc pair: Fri
day special 4L'c for S pairs
This is a Rousing Bargain Festival For Everyone
In everv case the bargains offered in this advertisement arc genuine and cannot be duplicated elsewhere at the
same price, quality considered.
Read every item carefully some will be on sale all day, while others for just one hour. So extraorclina i-s
every item that we must restrict the quantity. No small dealers will be allowed to share in any of these specials,
and no telephone or mail orders will be accepted only on those mentioned.
i -f w locks Almond Miainnoi
for cleaning the hair, t he very
best shampoo made, regular
1 Ov shears. jour
different sizes, regular price I'jo.
extra value at lc.
-jl for Favorite corsets,
sizes IS to L'l. girdle top.
dip hip, steel fill, two sets sup
porters, regular price ."Oc.
4"0V black, silko uni
P 1 T'&brella. 26 inch. S rib
v'S.iki .xlm 'iukjj UoSruttd
assortment of handles, regular
' Main floor.
each for good glass tabic
tumbler. Extra fine glass
for everyday use; regular price
O for regular "." deeora
1 Ow led china salads, in rose
pattern and stippled edge, 8
inch size, big value at ISc.
JZZ 'liin,onfl brand, hol-
low-ground razor, made
in Germany, sells regularly at
$2.50, big value at 75c.
for '1 pairs of children's
black hose, all size,
reguiar price 15c; befween -.'id
and p. in., 2 pairs for 22c.
! fr misses' slightly soiled
w corset covers, hemstitched
! ruffle around neck and arni-
i holes, regular juice 25c.
! Second floor.
o ,for plaques finished in sha
Ov ded red, assorted subjects,
regular price 10c, Friday spe
cial at Sc.
for regular ::5c doilies
to be embroidered. Will
be very appropriate for Chris: -jiias
present. Other ."c doilies
I ff for solid bark brushes,
vw assorted color backs In
cluding tlie imitation ebony;
sells regularly at 15c.
a for -Ioth bound books.
T" ' dearly printed on good
pajter; sell regulaily at $1.15.
$l.u5 and $1.5o, all authors.
4C blacks, n
H legiiiar .c. on:y
4:::" ou can buy
G. A. R. BURIAL RITUAL HIT
Catholic Priest of Dubuque, Iowa. Will
Not Consent to Service.
I)iibupic. Iowa. Oct. 25. The use
of the (I. A. It. litual was forbidden
yesterday by the Kev. Fathtr Murphy
Dressing arz3 invigoran
HMR msd S&ALF
HA!3-HELTM goes deep down to
liair roots and invigorates them.
Makes hair soft, glossy, of silken
texture, easily dressed and curled.
Not greasy sr sticky. Perfect!
pUTQ. May be salely used by
young or old. Does net S0!i skii
or limn. Sent postpaid for 60c by
Pbilo Hay Co., Newark. N. J. r
5Gc.'2t ALL DRUGGISTS.
T. II. THOMAS.
JOHN FOLK & CO.
Dealers in single and double
strength Blinds and Moulding,
Veneered and Hardwood Floor
ing of all kinds.
Dealer in single and double
strength Window Glass, Polish
ed Plate, Beveled Plate and
311 AND 329
Friday Bargain Special
for beautiful Marseilles patterns bed
spreads, friimed on four sides, cut cor
ners: these spreads were made too wide for the
leuuth. and would sell iciilarly at $1.75, but
on accouir of mistake in cutting we'll sell them
Friday at tSc. Main floor.
Friday Bargain Special
for flannelette wrapper ponds,
avy ;nd reds. 12 yard limit.
mill vards. between and
i: ::jusr I'.c per yard; re-
rm ruber it will cos: you 7c after 1;
DOUBLE STAMPS IN THE CARPET SECTION
Two More Days of the Greatest Event
The 7 -Day Carpet and Rug Sale
AS the time draws near for the close of the sale of Carpets, Riis, Lace Curtains,
etc., the watchful buyers must not let this glorious opportunity pass by. We
are more than pleased with the business done thus far, and the heaviest buying is
3-ct to be done.
If you arc in need of carpets, rugs, matting, oil-cloth, linoleums, portieres, lace
curtains, window shades, carpet sweepers, curtain goods, table covers, couch covers,
denim, curtain scrim, blankets, comforters, pillows, silkalinc, sateen, burlap, rug
fringe, curtain rods, lap robes, fur robes and horse blankets, it will pay you to make
your purchases this week. Many of these articles will make hand some Christmas
presents and you get double stamps on every purchase Save them and secure your
Christmas gift free.
Friday Bargain Special
for a garment other stores ask JJO fur
Is one of the popi.'ar (triced
causing such a furore during
Sale this week; oilier coats
garments that Is
our Wooltex (.'oat
selling at $10. $:'0.
"0 and $:15 are from $'! to $7.5'i cheaper
than jou'll lind elsewhere.
Friday Bargain Special
A tZr f"y .Vi,r,'s "I'blrached Home! flannel,
JWtlio In yards would sell regularly at 55c.
bo'wecn !:"'! and ln::;0 in the forenoon ihe lim
it will be l'.i yards to each customer at 45c.
"onie early and get your share.
! LJ n lor 2SxJS incl
j M boards, very sa
for 2SxJS inch s:ove-
your lloor covering, sells regu
larly at :'c.
?fir folding go-carr,
very latest model,
regular $::.25; another ?'?.:.$ one
for $.'.i.S; one each only to close
18c washbasins 13c
15c dishpans. 10-quart 10c
15c tinpails, 10-quart 10c
$3.75 oil heater $3.03
$4.50 oil heater $3.58
$3.98 wood heater $3.13
75c lace curtains 59;
$1.50 lace curtains $1.19
$2.25 lace curtains $1.69
$3.50 lace curtains $2.39
$4.00 lace curtains $2.98
$5.00 lace curtains $3.78
for $ 1 .Oil pair of pillow
shams, open work and
embroidery, price for Kriday
bale a: t'.Mc.
"Jfr fo1' pillow tops. li-ho--.ra
plied ami designs to
be embroidered, a very choice
collection; sell regularly at 5uc.
at the tuii"ial of .John Jiyriie. a civil
war veician, ar St. Kaphael's cathe
dral, l-'ather Murphy consented Tues
day, but today notified the post he
would be compel') d to dt ny the re
quest. The local post thereupon decid
ed not to attend the services in a body.
Rector Carey", who has charge of tin
cathedral during the absence of Arci-bi.-hop
Keane. is now on a eonfnma
iion tour, and could not be reached.
It is the first time in the historv
of the local cathedral that a patriotic
order was denied the right to use its
service book '.n u funeral ceremony.
A committee will visit the archbishop
on his i. turn and ascertain if this pol
icy is to be continued.
IWILL COST MORE
Postal Department Demands a
Larger Appropriation for
UAILWA Y TIPS.
The C. M. & St. Paul offers first class
I rain service to Chicago and Kansas
City, from the tricilics, bleeping car
reservations made to any point desir-
C. M. & St. P. Excursion Rates.
Homeseckers tickets on sale the
first and third Tuesday in each month
to points in Iowa, Minnesota, North
and South Dakota and to other home
seekers' territory. For further infor
mation phone or call at any C. M. &
St. P. office.
Low One Way Rates.
On Nov. i; and h c. I and l the
Uock Island will sell one way tickets
to points in southwest Missouri. Ar
kansas. Oklahoma, Indian Territory.
Louisiana. Texas, New Mexico, Old
Mexico. Kansas. Nebraska. Eastern
Colorado. Wyoming and South Dakota,
at one-half fare plus two dollars. For
full information call at city ticket of
fice, 1S2'J Second avenue.
MILLIONS ON EACH ITEM
Principally for Salaries of Employe:
and Transportation of Mails
To points on C. M. & SL P. railway.
every Tuesday, April to December,
1300. Also to Alberta, Manitoba, Mich
igan, Minnesota. North and South Da
kotas, Ontario, Saskatchewan and Wis
consin homeseekers' territory, every
Tuesday rate: One first class limited
fare plus $2 for the round trip. For
further information call or phone auy
C. M. & St. ticket office. Itotli
Wn.-hiiistoii. ot.. !'oHtmaster
ieiieral Cortelyou lis .submitted to the
secret a ryof Ihe treasury estimates foi
Ihe posiodice department and postal
service for the next fiscal year. The
amount asked for salaries in the de
partment is $l.r.JS.'JL'(i. a net increase
of $12J.r.'M over the current year; for
postal service ?1'iG,(22,1'.J". an in
crease of $ 1 ."i.OiMi.ooO over estimates for
last year and of $12.b0t.0,i in excess
of the appropriations for thy year be
fore, so the Increase this year is about.
$;;.iiiio,immi more than the increase last
Tile principal items for which in
creases are submitted are: Compensa
tion of postmasters Sl.otin.onn increase;
compensation to clerks ot first and
second class postoffices- $:l.00u,iiuu;
cleik hire for third class postmasters.
$ird,Ubi; letter carriers. $1.13C.7UU;
railroad transportation of mails, $4.
GfiO.OOU; -railway mail clerks. ?97S,U4ij;
rural delivery. $1.473,fMM). A new item
of $300,000 for freight and expressage
on supplies is incorporated to meet
requirements of the law passed at the
last session of congress, which, it is
expected, will result in considerable
saving to the government.
he investigated conditions at the Klli.s
Island itnmiraut station.
COLORADO RIVER CONQUERED
Southern Pacific Engineers Save $25,
000.000 Worth of Property.
Imperial. Cal.. Oct. 'ITt. After months
of work and the expenditure of an enor
mous sum the Southern Pacific has won
its fi.ht against the Colorado river. It
has turned back to its channel leading
to the (Iu!f of California the first wa
ter of the river that has (lowed there
for two years. I5y this great achieve
ment $25.Hii.iHM worth of property and
the homes of lO.ouO people are rescued
from threatened inundation. Sal ton
sea. which has been created during the
two years that the river has been pour
ing into the desert bosom, will now dry
up. The engineers have built a con
crete dam or gate, supplemented by a
rock and gravel dam, across the break.
The present expense is $1u.immi a day.
BLOW TO AGENTS
Insurance Representatives Must
Stop Electioneering in
MUTUAL AND NEW YORK LIFE
Kewanee Armory Ready.
Kewanee, Oct. 2T. Work was com
pleted yesterday on the big new ar
mory erected here by u stock company
for conventions, drills and large meet
ings. IJeginning Friday night, it will
be occupied for five weeks by evangel
istic meetings conducted by W. A. Sun
day. The building seats o.r.no.
VtHAT CAUSES DANDRUFF.
May Be 1,400.000 Immigrants.
Washington. Oct. 23. "Total immi-'
gration to the United States may reach
1,100,000 people this year," said Secre
tary Mctcalf of the department of com
merce and labor. The secretary has
just returned from New York, where'
Greatest European Authority on Skin
Diseases Says It's a Germ.
The old idea that dandruff is scales
of skin thrown off through a feverish
condition of the scalp, is exploded.
Professor l.'nna. Hamburg, Germany,
European authority on skin diseases,
says dandruff is a germ disease. The
germ burrows under the scalp, throw
ing up little scales of cuticle, and sap
ping the vitality of the hair at the root.
The only hair preparation that kills
dandruff germs is Ntwbro's Herpicide.
"Destroy the cause, you remove the
effect." Not only cures dandruff, but
stops falling hair and permits a lux
uriant growth. Delightful hair dress
ing. Sold by leading druggists. Send
10 cents in stamps for Ramie to the
Herpicide company. Detroit. Mich. T.
H. Thomas, special agent.
Warns Companies Unless Policy Hold
ers Are Left Free Licenses
Will Be Revoked.
Lansing. Mich , Oct. lusuraniv
Commissioner .1. V. I tarry, in a letter
to President Pea body of the Mutual
Life Insurance company of New York,
yesterday put down his official foot on
the solicitation by agents of votes for
the administration ticket rmong tin
policy holders of that company. At
the same time lie sent letters of noti
fication to every agent of the Mutual
Life and the New York Life in Michi
gan informing them that proof of their
having engaged in electioneering, eith
er for the administration or any oilier
ticket, will be termed cause for revok
ing their license to transact business
in this slate.
.KiiIm C.I-ii Wnrulntc.
In his letters to agents Commission
er Harry says: "This department rule
that the time of an agent employed and
paid by the company should be devoted
to the solicitation of business and tin
sale of insurance contracts, and the
use of the time of such agent in elec
tioneering for any ticket is considered
by this department a misuse of the
funds of the company. In my opinion
the law contemplates that the folicy
hohkrs will be left free to exercise
their own judgment in the election of
trustees of the company, and that thty
should have that privilege."
Farmers Object to Free Seeds.
Lexington. Ky., Oet. In joint
convention here yesterday the Keti
tucky grange and farmers' institute
pass d lcsoluiions condemning the
govern nu nt's tree seed d i st r ' but ion
and urging congress to deote the ap
pre pi iat ion to other purposes.
Can you win? You realize that to
win in au thing these days, retimes
strength with mind and I tody in tune.
A man or woman with disordered di
gestive organs is not in shape for a
day's work or a day's play. How can
they expect to win? Kodo! for Dyspi p
sia contains the digestive juices of a
healthy stomach and will put jour
stomach in shape to perform its im
portant function of supplying the body
and brain with strength building blood.
Digests what you eat, relieves indiges
tion, dyspep. ia. sour stomach, palpita
tion of the heart and constipation.
Sold by all druggists.
PAY MORE NOW FOR
Second Advance of Year Made by Man
ufactiircrs Eccsjsc of Cost
New York. Oct. 2. People who buy
siherware for holida.v piesenth will
pay higher prices than tho.-c lately
pn vailing. An advance was declared
ytsterday by a number of ln.inulactui
ers who j-cul out new lists effective at
i, nee. The increased cost of silver bul
lion and lalnir ate reasons for the ad
vance, the second of this vi nr.
Dainty Wall Coverings
At shown by sample rolls In our exhi
bition and salesroom, give every evi
dence of excelling past seasons In eT
ery desirable way. Richness, harmo
nious blending of colors and figures,
atrength and excellence of the paper
stock Itself all commend our wall pa
pers to you. Anothor cornmendatiou Is
our prices, which are the lowest in th
Paridon Wall Paper Co
419 Seventeenth Street
Can't Tell What Will Happen
Always have a bottle of Salubrin on hand for
WOUNDS, INFLAMMATION, SPRAINS, BURNS, HEMORRHOIDS, CHIL
BLAINS, RHEUMATISM, ETC.
Nothing relcives and cures as rapidly and satisfactorily as Salubrjn. En
dorsed by undisputed medical authorities,
SOLD ATALL DRUG STORES.