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THE ROOK ISLAND ARGUS
SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER U. 1907.
Movement on Foot for Program
in Honor of Completion of
Is in Midst of River Convention and
Gives Opportunity for Securing
t Prominent Speakers.
at Charles L'lkmtyer's, 534 Sixteenth
First bis silk sensation of. the 'sea
son at McCabe's Monday. He on hand
promptly at 9:30?
William Emig. the tailor, is now pre
pared to show the latest fall patterns.
Ca!l and see them.
Call and see the new line of Turkish
chairs and conches in leather at Cle
mann & Salzmaiin's.
An extraordinary purchase of high-
class embroideries goes on sale at half
price Monday at McCabe's.
" The event of the season is the after
noon excursion 'to Muscatine on tin
steamer J, S., Sunday, Sept. 15.
Clcniann' & Snlzmann' are showing
an exceptionally .large line of leather
upholstered furniture. See 'them be
; Soy. wha.l William Eniig is' showing
...... ' ' . . .
in. lau. wogkisj- Ijclare ordering your
suit eppiplete.; display of the very
m west patterns? .:
... Expert manicuring, shampooing airi
thorough treatment of the hair, an 1
scalp given by Mrs. Sol Levi, 730 Sev
fentconth street. Old phone west 7"fiK.
Afternoon excursion to Muscatine on
the steamer .1. S.. Sunday. S'pt. 15.
ueaves itoeu island at .::l; p. in., re
turns 9:3i) p. in. Fare, T.o ceiiis round
Clcniann .- Salzmann's fall stock of
furniture,, carpets, rugs, stoves, etc., is
now leady for your inspection, and a
visit to thi big store will certainly
pay you well.
I do job printing that will suit the
There is a strong movement on font
for a fitting celebration of the co.u
pitticn of the Hennepin cana). to be
held somi time this fall. The C:inii
is practically foiiipleti'tf.i'.anf!!:..fls,' it
likely to become one iof 'tt connect
ing links rn the first vhtervny -"chain
between Chicago and j the Mississippi
river, a fitting , celebration Isnrg'stl.'
The date favored is ()ct. 21. as tliis
falls in tiie very liiidsY of the' Upper
Mississippi Kiver Improvement asso
ciation in Moline. Then" will be i
large number of distinguished nun
here for the Moline meeting, including
several state executives." legislator
and other prominent, men.
Moline III Help.
It ;is understood ihat Moline standi
ready to help i ho project of a celebra
tion, and relinquish the day to Ito -u
Island fur such' a celebration. In th.it
case... if the matter is at once taken m
hy the Rock Island Club, the r.Msin-.---1 n,ost Particular and deliver it at the
MoTs association and the cifv c.uneil.'l ' !me Promised. C. .1. Smith, proprietor
arrangements can 1 madWor a ,m,.Jof .Martin's old stand.. 11 u& East So,
g.am that, will include addressee ,,,-t t'nth street. , . .. ..
several notable men who otherwise ' J,:p Collins was bound over to th
could nrobablv not be secured. The srand jury last night by Justice Mc-
niatter sboubj bet taken irv atx.iice bv-fvr tho. i)u-fl of -a jtobl. watch
Rock jL'rf' .t:Btiier.M:J -oi ianikifom tb, .hoarding; boue . iat 2t;
tions and the city council iFourth avenue.
"fh'e' celebrhtilVn and "program woul 1 1 A fortunate purchase' froin th6 fa-
probably be heM ;it. the. .canal, nv.armous I leal ht-rhlootn skjrt niniuifactnr-
Milan. . ers -r naldes .McCabe to sell $3 skirts
" ' ' ' '" ' '' 1 f;-r $l.SSf. 'He prompt for" these and' save
rn ir is ( rn -,, I,112 'ch skirt
a im u t, usi j l Clunann & Salzmann have now plac-
wnrni '' 'heir immense stove department
WARRANT IS OUT
Coroner Eckhart Swears Ou
Complaint Against Mrs.
Cfurntll.v fnlr nml
(miIkI'I mill Suiil:i.
J. M. MII'.HII.fi.
,n complete line of heating stoves. This
i.iwnl Koi-r-iitrr. 1 is "mloubtcdly the largest and
most varied in the tri-cities. .
TfiiiMrn(ure n 7 n. in.. ri: lit ::::: Learn dancing at Graham's" dancing
ii. m., sn. M.iviitimn mi inr:it ur in Iii.nt school. Third and (laines street, Dav
21 hourx. so; niiiiiniiiiii. s. VeliN-liy f enport. Lessons every day and eve l
in.i nt 7 . in., 7 mile per hour. sta;" , ing. lessons for beginners every day
of water, s.s feet, a fall of .2 font in 21 and Tuesday r.nd Friday evening ;.
bourn. I'ree ipllation, mine.
Real .-ttate. jfeecher5 'JJro'lv - ,' .
Buy a home of Ueidy Bros.
Tri-Cify Towel Supply company.
George Hodge and Mary Treglovvn
were, nianied this; noon' by C'auS'v
.tndge Olmsted. Hodge was arrestel
f(r, Jiastiirdy; on Ahq. young.. wonvih't
complaint yesterday, but the marriage
today removes the criminal charge
Tlir nnTTnl Ttuw tinff iif ill. I.rT.-
ForiHS.Mexiucsqall Uobli' . hW '. C; ti r. hirlr wWto have
For bus or express. Spencer &. Tretz. ,, held next Tuesday, . has bee i
That great cigar n 1 i"Moiieu lor one witk iur -accTinr.r
of the date conflicting with that of b-:
j, ( oMtiiij t iiii vein n pii Hi ue liein 1 1 1 1 i-
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Have Emfg, the tailor, make
Th? roller skating 'rinl? opens Satu-' ' n Sundaylinner gV t-,
' -- Mng menu for IT. cents:
sinioKeiiota cisars. tost more wit b v .stewcWckcn.
thou lyJhi.13 i JVnflfclit I -i- ' . C -i . -
Bundbar and Fieneif 'ilton .rugs. At.
Cletnann & Salzmaiin's".
Rugs of all kinds, sizes and patterns
at Cleiuann & Salzmaiin's.
Go .tn .Muscatine on the steamer J.
S.,. Sunday afternoon. Sept. ir.
More of tiie' advance Jioiiday hand
kerchiefs at' 10 cents at McCabe's.
Let Krell Siemon do your furnace
and tin work; 131C Third avenue.
Grand opening of the big roller skat,
ing jjnk Saturday evening, Sept. H.
See Cleinann"&-'Slabi!aiin's line lino
of hot blast stoves. They can't "bt1beatJ
Monday at !l:3u a. m., 75 cent to $1.25
silks at !S cents per yard at McCabe's.
A fin- line of I.oonen's tooth brushes
Boast' be !
new sweet potatoes, masiieu potatoes.
custard pie, tea, coffee, milk.
We Say It Again
Pay Us $25
and we will make you
a strictly tailor-made
h. ., .w
Also save you from
$5 to $10.
1 ing Co.,
Illinois Theater Building, 1600
- Second Avenue.
In the Nature Fakir's Den.
VTl)lpis a crrrn1il.''s ho observed.
-I yon unties It closr ly 1 nofil'li
Ton will sec that on; day by privatloh.l
It provided Itself with false teeth.
Anil here is an elephant's trunk that I Rrt
When the elephant had Rone away.
The Intelligent brute must have tinkered
To arrange It with lid and with tray.
"And here ore some chickens I trot In the
Please notice the fur on their lepra
ArU.also the wool on the back nnd tho
We hatched "theTtT'"fTxi7QjJ.CDld storage
epxs. ' '.
This Is a lobster I've mounted to show
All the wit that In It is revealed.
A li ;:a'. dii)Utrr It Is. don't ypti know;
?A.H its Jrl&?3 have hfftin Tiiliy repealed.
"This tnplr I caught In the jungles one
; ; . nlKht.
Tfut I first had to choke It to death.
For the tapir attempted to blow out lt;i
liprht. - . .
' JVlt.r'fniled ft-f shut "off Hsbre'iith.
This SHwflhli I cntiKht In n lerrible gale.
And it !kd in the flash of its youth.
Eut the file that you see on the end of its
It would use when 'twould sharpen each
"And here," he remarked as we paused
at a ease,
"Are the stories I've written to sell,
3ut in none of them a.11 will you iflnd any
t ri ee
Of tho wonderful thlnprs that I tell.
2 am waiting until I can add to tliii
What I know will be splendid on view.
I nm yearninK to find a Kray wolf nt bin
On the heart of a bull caribou."
Chlcnpro Evening Post
FOR NEGLECTING HER BABY
Charge Follows Inquest Over Little
One yesterday Physicians Made
; Following tho investigation of tlia
(leath of Karl Lanshausen, the litgle
two months old baby yesterday, Co
ener. Eckhart today swore out a war
rant -.against Mrs. Elizabeth Langhaus
en. the child's mother, for violation
of the statute covering cruelty ani
neglect of children. The warrant was
placed In the hands' 'of the sheriff to
siTvo. The coroner's jury, after heav
ing fpevidence at Jjio inquest, re
turn eli a ' vi-Vdiet -of death from star
vat ion, due to the 'mother's neglect
I'liVKieljiiis Kmiiiu'im- llml-.
Acting under authority of the eor
en.;r, Drs. J. C. Senders of this city
and Robert Whiteside of Molino this
moming made an examination of the
child's bod v. The ' physicians found
that -the lungs and kidneys were co'i
gestfl. and that the stomach and in
testines were empty. The physicians
reported to the coroner that in their
death was due to starvation.
1 iinrrnl InJ 111.1. '; 1
; Fiitieral services over the remains
weitvhelil this morning-4it tiie iiomo
jail jsifth street. -niiriatoo'k" place, ;-t
WHERE CfOOl: BREEZES BLOW
Jameptown Exposition tbe'" BesV Place
vr on the Map In September.
) Owing to the fact that tbe .Tames
towij. exposition is the first celebration
pver-Jield in this country on' deep wa
ter, a. visit will combine the pleasures
of the summer yacation as well as an
opportunity to take advantage of the
educational and historic features of
this great international fair. Septem
ber and October are ideal months on
Tbe idea of going south in the slim
mer or early fall may not appeal to the
uninitiated, hut to those who have en
joyed a summer In tbe south it is -well
kfiiown ; tlfcittho ' 'wateriiig'ptaces' and
sivsJida:resrtrbJ of ' Vrrgiifnv by "rensoh
Ot' not only their beautiful and varied
tions that exist, are becuming the most
lopular resorts in tbu country.
a:iu so wiiu tne .luuiestovvn exposi-
twn there exists a coinbiiuttion diUl-
cult tjo'eK:ej:.'Lc:'tl on irtuv hisode
waters or , nainpion lioaas, nttoss
Tyliieb is WWnifllly waffttf t!ie lu-ac
ng salt air from the broad Atlantic,
the exposition, with .its .iiUi) ncre n
uvell s l'oint, one of the most at
tractivo otM in tin Old iJominkm,
afj'ords all tbe requirements for either
tbe pU'asn-e'-see"ket' or for 'those' lbok-
injj for rest and .quiet,. t
alio exposition, v.lHeti is wituin.a
(iVuty-four hour radius of -lo.tMlU.tKMj
people, is connected with tbe noith.
south nml -west by eight or ten rail
roads and us many ste:iinrh'p lines.
affording pleasant and efficient traus-
IKi'tation .facilities to and from tbe
Just ac:-of-s. the waters of Hampton
Roads lie Old Point Comfort. Fort
Monroe cud the Hotel Chamberlin,
where both arms of the war service
are seen daily on parade and featured
in social life. Fort Monroe, with It
fifim walls and winding moat, aside
froin being the most important artil
lery station on the Atlantic coast, is
due of the most picturesque p'aces in
the country. I rom irginia Beach, tae
Atlantic . City of the south, a short
trolley ride from ihe exposition
grounds, stretches for more than . a
hundred miles one of the most perfect
beaches .pn. jtiie const. Tliesc; places,
together with" many others in and
abound the, tidewater Virginia, com
pare favorably with any of the sum
uief resorts of the north, and during
the late hot sjell that swept the coun
try a comparison of temperature show
ed tbat'the .TameHt'own exposition the
shores of Hampton Roads recorded as
low .mercury'-ag,! if not lower than,
many of the watering places "farther
north. Indeed, the climatic conditions
of the seaside resorts of the Old Bo-
minion in tbe summer are becoming as
popular ns the Florida and gulf resorts
In the winter.
Attack of Diarrhoea Cured by One
Dose of Chamberlain's Colic, Chol
era and Diarrhoea Remedy.
I was so wealf i.rn. an attaak of
diarrhoea that I could scarcely iitteuj
to my duties, when I took a .dose of
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera' and Diar
rhoea Remedy. It cured me entirely
and I had been taking other medicin-?
for nine days without relief. I heartily
recommend this remedy as being th--best
to my knowledge, for -bowel com
plaints. R. G. Stewart, of the firm of
Stewart & Pro.. Greenville. Ala. Fur
sale by all druggists.
Find No New Continent
New York, Sept. 14. The command
er of the Anglo-American polar expedi
tion which lost its ship, the Duchess ol
Redford, in an attempt to find a now
continent to the north of Alaska, h
reported to th American Geocranhica
(society today that soundings they mad
disclosed no such land.
Palace of Cliff Dwellers.
A. J. Flynn, vice president of the
Denver Archaeological society, ha
found a. palace of six stpries in a goix
state! tpresej'itionin tht'rcIilT-d'srell
er region of southwestern Colorado,
says Itenver'idp.nteta. It' is one. of
the largest and most perfect buildings
yet found among those qnaint ruins. 1
is Construc ted of blocks of stone mor
regularly ',cut than those found in the
average cliff dwellings. P.uilt in a dei
cutset in? Clorado stone, It is picturesque
jh appearance, and when the shrubi
stn-nriindlhg it have been cut away and
Its front Jias been made clear it will
eommaild a view of the entire cauyon.
New7 Remedy For Neuralgia.
Neuralgia from nnsound teeth
very common at Ischl. Austria, and
local dentist has succeeded in discov
eritur. a remedy in tannin, which he
applies to the gums ns a lotion of two
parts of tannic acid in ten psrts of
rectified spirit, says the St. Louis Post
Dispatch... Almost every kind of den
tal pain is relieved, while loose teeth
ure made .tight and given pwer toi
mastication. , . , .
JAKES for weddings.
birthdays, etc., made to
order by the Cake Man.
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-ROCIC ISLAND. JIaDn1F
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The Season's First Big
IN the face of the strongest advances
ever known in the silk market, this
popular silk section- comes to the front
with silk values that will interest the silk
buyers of the Tri-Cities.
Monday at 9;30, 3.500 yards 75c to
$1.25 silks, all at 48c.
There will be Faille Silks In deli
cate evening shades and darker street
shades manufacturer's odd pieces and
short lengths of 75c and $1.00 Crepe de
Chenes, nearly all colors yard wide
Pongee silks, worth $1.00 and $1.25 yard,
19-inch finest Italian taffetas in changeable
colors, etc., etc. 75c, 98c, $1.25, and
$1.50 silk values ready for your choosing
at 9:30 Monday morning
and till sold all in one
big lot at yard
The Greatest Black Silk Stock We
ever had or ever shown here abouts will be open
ed Monday. All the latest foreign weaves in black
silks vill be exhibited, and at prices that will save
you money on every yard. All widths (rom 19-inch
to 42-inch. One lot we wish to mention especially:
18C0 yards wide Black Taffeta, sold everywhere
at $1.25 yard, here at yard. 95c.
: "KTORE of the advance dozen and 5 dozen lots of
Holiday Handkerchiefs at 10c.
Ladies' fine crojsbar all linen handkerchiefs for
Ladies' block initial pure linen, unlaundered
Ladies' all-over printed.white Swiss handkerchiefs,
Several very pretty styles at only 5c.
Then at 25c there's a tremendous variety the
crossbar, all linen with embroidered edge the shadow
embroidered Swlss -the pure linen with embroidered
corners and initial.
Men's and Women's fine, pure linen crossbar
with or without initials, take your pick for 25c.
Many samples' of the ' higher priced and fine
qualities are also to be shown, and taken. altogether
the styles are so handsome, the variety so great that
ho adequate descriptions 'can do justice to the pretty
new handkerchief thoughts.
. . . These early lots are not large, and those prepared
..to' make holiday selections now should.be on hand
early next week. ,i i
" 1 ; ' 1 ' .
-)UR Expert Opti
clan will examine
your eyes and give ad
vice without charge.
pets and Rugs
are outdoing all former rec
ords in new and attractive de
signs of Furniture and Rugs. Never
so fully prepared to supply all your
Two cars metal beds and springs
just received and ready for your in
spection. Metal Bsds in many new and origin
al styles and finishes $1.75 to $15.00.
Brass Beds, polish and satin finishes
$22.50 to $35.00.
Steel Bed Couches, best standard
Steel Davenport Beds, $5.00 to
Bed SDrintfs. woven wire and all
steel, $1.25 to $5.00.
Brand new line of French and
Colonial China Closets and Buffets.
Quartered Oak China Closets.
bent glass sides and doors, some with
mirror backs and tops, $16.50 to $35.03.
Quartered Oak Bufffets. swell
fronts and highly polished, silver drawers,
linen drawer and cabinet with French
plate mirrors, $15.00 to 36.00.
Couches, a very attractive selection
of new designs in Velours. Veronas,
Plushes, Chase and genuine Leather, oak
frames with claw feet and guaranteed
steel construction $7.50 to 48.50.
Parlor and Library Tables. New
ones In oak and mahogany, round or
square, pedestal and 4-leg, 75c to $22.50.
500 Rugs for your choos
ing. A splendid opportunity to se
lect a new Rug in Royal Wilton, Ax
minster, Wilton Velvet, Brussels,
Smyrna, Pro-Brussels, Art Squares,
Egyptian, Navajo. Deltox. Crex. wash
able Cotton Rugs, etc., etc.
Wilton Rus, 9x12 feet, $25.00 to
Axminster Rutfs, 9x12 feet, $22.50
Velvet Rutfs, 9x12 feet, $19.50 to
Brussels Rujs, 9x12 feet, $12.00 to
Small Rugs, several hundred In many
styles and makes. 25c to $10.00.
: Linoleums. 45s yaid. Complete line
i of printed and inlaid linoleums, cork car
pet, rubber matting, etc.
Burlaps, in all standard colors, yard
wide, 15c.,," ..
Wood effects In best grade oil cloth
,for rug borders, 35c yard. '
. Wood effects in linoleum, planks
, and tiles, 45c to 58c yard.
The Word Sensation is Used Ad
visedly as You'll Atfree After
Seeing the Petticoats.
HYDE & Co., the manufacturers
the famous Heatherbloom,
sold us their seconds of the cloth where
the . seconds come In we cannot find but
neither will you, in all probability. We had
a well known maker cut this lot of Heather
bloom up into Petticoats, using a deep urn-,
brella flounce model with ruffled underlay.
The colors are all the wanted ones
black, brown, gray, tan, helio, red, navy,
light blue, pink, white and reseda. Every
petticoat rustles like silk and has the name J
Heatherbloom sewn in the waistband.
Duplicates of these petticoats, bought and
sold in the regular -way are $3.00 while
this bargain lot lasts,
take your pick
You save $1.12 on every one of these Heath
erbloom Petticoats you buy at $1.88. Yes, buy
promptly and save just $1.12. '
re 5o.uu wnnc
New Fall Dress Skirts
JHIFFON Panama Skirts, plaited models, cut ex-
ceedingly full, several styles to choose from, reg
ular $9.50 values, specially priced at $7.95.
Handsome Novelty Panama Skirts, made after
some of the latest models in rich colorings of reds,
browns and greens, priced very low for an early sal
The Fall Models of Dress Skirts are unusually at
tractive, many handsome fancies vying with plain
cloths for popular favor.
We are in almost daily receipt of these handsome
Fall Skirts, direct from the best skirt makers and the
prices at this store are, as you know, always attract
ive. New Fall Waists, r r
COME interesting Fall Waists in dainty colors are
attracting much attention. 'These are full pleated
waists made of fine ' French Madras and Percales,
button through in front, to be worn with white, collar
and tie. They are swell all right and prices look good ,
too. $1.50 to $3.50. - '
Gas Burtiers, 39c T
250 genuine '.'.Weisb'acb ,,Alr.
Light' pa's Burners, complete with ,
mantle and .air, hole globe, special ,
for Monday, 39c.
Parlor Brooms.1 19c
tyo. "j fine'strawt Parlor Broom's, '
.priced special for Monday., 19c.
Granite Wash Basins, 8c
500 seamless t Granite Wash
Basins. 28 sizeworth 15c, Monday
each 8c. '
Haviland China Plates 59c
7 inch fancy Haviland China
Plates, asserted gold and floral
decorations, $1.00 value. Monday
Teddy Bears, 75c.
.11 inch Teddy-Bears, white or
cinnamon color, with voices, Mon
day each 75c.
6000 yxlsi Fine Embroideries
at Half Price.
MONDAY at 9:30 a. m. we place on sale this extra
ordinary purchase of high class Embroideries, in
cluding matched sets in Nainsook. Swiss and Cambric,
Swiss and Nainsook Flouncings, Corset Cover Embroid
eries, 27-inch Dress Flouncings, allover Embroideries,
etc., etc. the broken assortments of a prominent St.
Gall manufacturer's sample line, bought at about half
We propose to make "quick selling of this lot, take
them as we bought them at half their real value
values from 18c to $1.50 yard, Monday at 9:30 and till
sold, choice at 10c, 12c, 15c, lCi .25c, 38c,
48c, 58c and 75c a yard. -
THE approaching fall sea-
son means new shoe
needs. . It's a satisfaction to
find the shoes, you want
with last, size, toe and .top
that are all right, fitted right
and to be worn with comfort from
the start-no "breaking-in" process.
Here are the leading styles:
The "Astor." "Drexel." "Har
vard." "Albany," "Diamond" and
other new favorites. Styles for
young men, business men. middle
aged men of Box Calf. Patent Cc t
Velour Calf. Vici Kid all splendid
values -per pair.
$4.00 and $3.50. -
THE IDEAL SEASON
IN THE PUBLIC PARKS
Rock .Island's Breathing Spots Never
Looked Prettier Than They
Do at This Time.
Tli is is the season of year when
Rock Island parks appear at thoir
lost. They arc ideal in their beautiful
(lowers and foliage, and it is at such
time that tho people realize how
much better than they knew they
builded when they adopted the system
that has resulted so handsomely.
Spencer and Gainsey squnres are rr
diant. while Long View park is at
tract ing hundreds of people daily.
If tomorrow be a fair day, walk out
through the parks of Hock Island,
especially Long View now approach
ing completion, and -then incidentally
have a look at the new Seventh ave
nue boulevard and see if you are net
proud of Rock Island, and delighted
with its prospects along the line of
ornamentation and evidence of public
W. O. Negus left today for Chicago.
Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Sperry and fam
ily have gone to Iowa City to spend
Mrs. Ben T. Cable, daughter, MLss
Cable and son, Phild, leave tomorrow
night for the east.
Mrs. It. J. Annau of Emmet tsburgh.
Md., Is visiting her brolhfr, Dr. J. W
Stewart, at 21 Nineteenth street. -Danftl
Smith has returned from i
two weeks' trip to Denver, Colorado
Springs, and other points in Colorado.
the Misses Olga and Claire Wieland
left today for Cedar Rapids where they
will witness the last ball game of the
season tomorrow.. "
Martin Nelson and slaughter. Martha
ol Albert Lea. Minn., are -visiting"
the home of Mr. and Mrs. C Nelson,
2325 Seventh avenue.
Eari.W. Wiley, night mailing clerk
at the Bloomington-postoffice, arrived
in the city today for a visit with hi3
parents, Rev. and Mrs. W. R. Wiley.
A. E. Benson departed this morning
for St. Charles, 111., for a visit with
his nephew, Harry Condon, who is at
tending the industrial school of that
Jacob Halderman and William
Bailey, traveling passenger agents re
spectively of the "Wabash and the L.
and N., were in the city yesterday
Miss Silva Starns left last evening
for- her home in southern Missouri
after an extended visit with her sister,
Mrs. George Chandler, and friends ir.
South Rock Island.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Dack and daugh
ter and Mrs. E. K. Hayes of Galva ar?
guests of Captain and Mrs. C C Dack
in South ' Heights while attending tin
Robert II. Wiley, formerly on the
reportorial staff of The Argus, but
now with the Houston Post, Houston,
Texas, arrived in the city today for a
visit with his parents. Rev. and Mrs.
W. R. Wiley.
Emil Warnecke and daughter. Mis.?
Jessie Warnecke, departed today for
New York City. They will be joined
in Chicago by Miss Florence Chamber,
lain of this city, and Miss Warnecke
and Miss Chamberlin will sail next
Wednesday from New. York for Eu
rope, Miss Warnecke going to Zurich
Switzerland, and Miss Chamberlin to
Berlin to take special courses of study.
news all the time THE
GO TO CEDAR
; RAPIDS NEXT YEAR
Boib;r Makers of the Rock Island Closa
Convention 'in 'Moline with
Election of Officers.
The convention of the 10th district
of the . International Association of
Boilermakers, which comprises th
men employed on the Rock Island sys
tem, came to a close in Moline last
night. The convention voted to hoM
tho next meeting at Cedar Rapids,
and elected the following officers for
President Arthur Hinzmann, Tren
Nearly all cough cares, especially
those that contain opiates, are consti
pating. Kennedy's Laxative Cough
Syrup contains no opiates and act
gently on the bowels, Pleasant .to
take. Sold by all druggists. -
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Lest You Forget
DON'T be afraid to come, BECAUSE
it'-Doiirt Hurt a Bit"
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R. Ull ARTIN. Rock Island, III.