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THE ARGUS, FRIDAY, JUNE 18,-1909.
TRIOS ALL RIGHT
Move at. Peoria to Prevent Al
liance With American Home j
,Circle Nt Serious.
DELEGATES BACK HOME
Convention Is Harmonious and En
' thusiastio Pleased With Entertainment.
The Rock Island delegates returned
last evening from Peoria, where they
attended the- state convention this
week of the Fraternal Tribunes. Ask
ed as to the move that developed at
Peoria designed to interrupt the union
of the Fraternal Tribunes with the
American Home Circle society, one of
the delegates stated that the matter
had been set forth fully In the press
dispatches, and there is nothing add!
tional to say. He regarded the pro
ceedings lightly, saying that the con
vention was one of the best attended
and most harmonious ever held, and
Pure in the
that the society is not only growing,.
but in the best state of health possible.
. The closing meeting of the delegates
to the state convention was held yes
terday forenoon and was a most har
monious and enthusiastic session Res
olutions were - adopted strongly con
demning the action of a disgruntled
field worker formerly in the employ of
the society, and now working for a
rival society, who is seeking o get an
injunction to dissolve the contract by
which the Tribunes took over from the
American Home Circle some 8,000
; The Rock Island delegation and drill
team are enthusiastic in their praise
of the fine treatment accorded by the
Peoria lodges through their officers
and committees. -
Moving? to Hock Inland.
M.- B. Garber, supreme secretary of
the Fraternal Tribunes, will move his
family to Rock Island from Springfield
the coming week, having rented the
Blakesley house at 1025 Twenty-second
street. " . .
Go to Jollet Tonight.
This evening at Joliet a class of 40
new members will be initiated by the
Fraternal Tribunes, and Robert Rex
dale of this city, editor of the official
paper will take charge of the ritualis
tic ceremony, putting on the work in
its amplified form.
Miss Clara B. Hampton, leader of
the Rock Island drill team, returned
with others last evening from the
Tribunes convention at Peoria, and is
receiving congratulations upon her
team winning three prizes in the big
Charges Against Dr. Cora Reed
Will Be Heard in Circuit .
Court Monday. -
The Best Pills Ever Sold.
"After doctoring 15 years foi
chronic Indigestion and spending over
$200, nothing has done me as much
good as Dr. King's New lAte Pills. J
consider them the best pills ever
sold," writes B. F. Ayscue of Ingle
side. N. C. Sold under guarantee at
all druggists. 2 ft cents.
Specials for Saturday
Free! $1.00 Worth of
Red Letter Day
S & H. Trading Stamps
PREE for the asking to everyone who calls
for them Saturday, all day and evening.
Also ask for another book with an additional
dollar's worth of stamps, Free!
Just one more lot of those s
15c Toile du Nord Ginghams,
Mill lengths, 2s to 10 rr
yards, 3:30 p. m. yard ... OC
Ladies' lisle Shirt Waist
Gloves, in tan, gray, black and
white, 50c value Or
Saturday, pet pair iLO,
12 doz. soft finish Dutch col
lars, white and colors every
where 25c here iCr
Ladies' lace trimmed QQ
Union Suits, all day . ..CL
Ladies' lace trimmed Jersey
Just 12 doz. at ......
Men's Madras Shirts, broken
lines of the 75c negligee shirts.
cuffs attached, take 'em O
quick Saturday at
1,000 yards cream
wash silk 9:30 a. m.
and till sold, yard ...
2:30 p. m., 25 . pieces white
linen finish Suiting, 34 Inches
wide, usually 15c, , . 7lr
per yard .1 2C
Shirt Waist or sleeve ironing'
hoards with padded top, one
half 'price, Saturday, OfC-
Just half Z)L,
White crepe paper Nap- Q
kins, special, 100 for vC
Wax Lunch Paper for wrap
Ing cakes, Junches, A
etc., 24 large sheets 4C
About 100 Fancy China Wa
ter Pitchers, assorted shapes 'l
and decorations, worth up to
2,000 ieet best black rubber
Lawn' Hose, 3-4 Inch .size, with
brass couplings in -50 feet sec
tions Saturday, J A Off
50 feet JpH.O
Handsome Shirt Waist boxes
covered with fine (!M QCt
Japanese matting ...pl.vJ
, . . . 59c
Folding Card Tables with
Matting Remnantts, - values
JP4?..., 10c and 5C
Liroleum Remnantts, values
;Srr6.5.c..35c and 25c
Folding Go-Carts J QQ,
withrubber tires ...51.00
Colored Silk Umbrellas for
rain or snine, a good . S
selection at J1.1
Beginning at 2 o'clock. Mill
lengths soft bleached A4r
muslins, per yard .... rr U
At 3 o'clock Children's black
and tan stockings, sizes ff
6 to 8'fe per pair JC
Handsome striped seersucker
Wash Petticoats with deep
Women's Cambric and Naln-
sook Drawers, hemstitched
flounces trimmed with pretty
laces, $1.00 and $1.25 r7r)r
values at Just
Beautiful lace waists all over
tucked and embroidered figure,
$5.00 to $7.50 waists
Violets of Sicily and Goya
Lilly, famous 50c perfumes,
half price, per Oz. OPp
Saturday J U
Dr. Graves well known ll-.
25c tooth powder for ....14L
Large plain' 25c barrettes so
much the fad, A Op
Special belts, bead, jet, elas
tic, silk and some wash belts,
splendid assortment worth to
$1.25 a chance to pick KCXr
one day at JUL
Basting Thread, 500 A
yard spools, 3 for IvL
4,000 Beautiful Carnations
Mhat sell usually af 50c dozen, ready Saturday, to-.-
morrow, at 9 o clock a: m. and till sold, fresh i Qn
f from the greenhouse, '2 doz. 35c or per doz. 1 Z L
husband will carrj out threats to kill
her, and her petition for an injunction
estraining her husband from entering
rer residence or interfering with her
was granted by Judge Gest.
CAf.lEiT0 ? THIS CITY
IT0: KILL? HERSELF
HELD FOR WOMAN'S DEATH
Fatal Criminal Operation on Kirs
- Lydia Lundholm Is AUeged In
yivs; QuaiTy I'eoria Wuaiit Uought?)
r Poison.) Hut Could Xut liring
wlierself to l.etd Here.
In the circuit court next week th'6
case against Dr. Cora Reed will - :e
calied up for trial. The indictment
against Dr. Reed charges her with the
murder of Mrs. Lydia Lundholm or
Moline, and elleges that on March 2G,
1'jOS, she performed a criminal oper-
tion which resulted in the death of
Airs." Lundholm April C. The principal
witness for the state is- Axel Lund
i.olm, the husband of the woinau. It
will beemembered that Dr. Reed was
arrested as the result of the state'
Lients made by Mrs. Lundholm before
(lark U Guilty.
George Clark, alias Frank Smith, and
whose real name is said to be Harvey
Hunter, was found guilty in the cir
cuit court this afternoon 011 a charge
jf larceny. He was held for the theft
Jl a bicycle belonging to William
ilansgen. The jury fixed the value of
lie stolen bicycle at $10. Clark was
indicted for the burglary of the
Baker clothing store in MSline, but
because of a flaw in the Indictment,
"he case was dismissed. There has
teen a warrant issued in Justice Cl'J
iand's court since, however, charging
Ihe burglary of the store. Clark was
not sentenced this afternoon.
Godfrey fane DlNiiilNNetl.
The case against E. F. Godfrey for
larceny was taken from -the jury yes
terday afternoon by Judge Gest, who
nttrueted the jurors to return a ver-
'icl of not guilty, on the motion f
he defense. The jurors returned the
erdict without retiring from the court
oora. o evidence was submitted oy
he defense, and on motion the state's
vidence was stricken from the record.
The indictment against Godfrey for
alse pretenses has been quashed. ,
Ludolph & Reynolds and J. T.( and
R. Keuworthy represented the d-
ense, and State s Attorney L. M. Ma-
ill conducted the prosecution.
Wantn an Injunction.
In a divorce bill filed today by Mrs
Ir.ry L. Golden of Barstow, the com-
lainant alleges that her husband,
rank Golden, has been guilty of ex
treme cruelty and adultery. She
names Bessie Hixon in the bill. Mrs.
olden declares that she fears her
According to the Peoria - Star Mrs.
QuailT,-who attempted to commit sul-i
tide in that city after a visit to Rock;
Island, drinking- laudanum which she!
had purchased of a Rock Island drug
gist,, came - to this city . last" Monday
with. ;the Intention of ? ending her
career here. She is supposed to have
spent part of two- days wandering
about the city; buying the poison but
being unable to bring berself to; the
point of taking it. Finally she return
ed to Peoria and in the , Rock Islands
station drank the poison. Airs. Quaiff
has betu a hopeless invalid for a long
Umekand in her weakened condition it
i.i feared .she cannot recover from the
effects of the drug.
MUSICAL PROGRAM IN THE EVENING
r T!i , "Lena Ct?rM ta tho 'Rad Planet."
Fto:i louiev. i.era- down i.eve In Texas
We sha'.l yell hello 40 Mars
Ar.J shall Hash a Joyqus greeting
From the old earth (o the etrrs.
And we'll tell tl.e:n of the wondors
We've ei.'i'omplished. and we'll trace
All our deeds In lightning Dashes
Throughout Interstellar space.
We will tell them how Wright brothers
Have at lust learned how to flit
Like bald eagles, and we'll show them
The United State Is It.
And we'll tell of otner wonders
- That It has been ours to do
And of other dreams we're dreaming
That will soon be coming true.
And we'll send a message for them,
Message for each Martian chap.
Simply telling them tfs Texas,
That bright place upon tho map
That they're looking at, and tell them
We have watermelons hero
And the best of red strawberries,
lied and luscious all the year.
And we'll sl-rnal them with cabbage
In symmetrical designs
Or tomatoes tall and growing
Or with watermelon vines.
We have gardens big enough to
He seen through the miles of space.
We don't need a -mile wide mirror.
We'll grow signals on tho place.
When we show them mllf 3 of cabbaga
Greon and growing, and a bunch
Of sleek cattle 'twill bo asking
Them to come acrocs to lunch.
When we show them miles of melons
Round and liefty on the vine
They will know they will bo welcome
If they'll step across to dine.
Oh, they'll signal Mars from Texast
They will be compelled to do that.
For It Is a cinch that Texas
Is the spot they're looking at.
And the effort would bo wasted
If 'twere put forth otherwhere.
"Texas" will be the first signal .
. That goes leaping through the air.
Vt;dd Mortimer I.ewls In Houston Post.
SOME HOT WEATHER rDONlTSu
FROM THE HUMANE ADVOCATE
Now that the heat of summer is
juon us and likely to remain with us
for three months, 1t is well to give, a
little thought to the subject, with the
view of directing our activities, so far
as possible, toward the prevention of
suffering among horses.
The second day of a hot spell fa
igues horses very, much. The third
day always produces some heat pros
trations -or sunstrokes, and each suc
cessive day produces more, in a great
ly increased ratio. The fatigue of the
second day increases until the horse
goes down in complete prostration,
soon becoming insensible and dying,
in an hour or two, unless he receives
very prompt relief.
The first symptom of heat prostra
tion is panting. This is usually ac
companied by profuse sweating, dila
tion of the nostrils, hanging of the
head, drooping ears, slowing up, loss
of animation, bloodshot eyes. If the
horse is pushed along, he ceases to
perspire, staggers, goes down and soon
becomes insensible. Death follows in
an hour or two.
Prevention Don't overfeed. It is
generally believed that horses, which
die from sunstroke, are suffering from
indigestion. Certain it is, that there
wi. T TV rm 1
..J , Jr.
Way , W"
is the result of Experience
combined with Science.
Every housekeeper has
her own ideas about how
clothes should be. washed.
Is the scientific production f pars
soap that wiU do washing easily in
the way the majority ot experienced
- housekeepers advise as best and ,
most economical.' taking into coo
slderation the - saving of clothes, '
strength and time.
6. Experience and science botk
point to The Peosta Way.
are many cases of colic from indigos
tion in very. hot weather and the prob
abilities are that the stomach Is out
of order, in a case of prostration. To
keep this organ in good order the best
of hay and oats rhould be used, and n
double handful oTUfy Bran should bt
mixed with each feed of oats. It 5s
a good plan to feed a little less In hot
weather than the horse has' been ac
customed to. -
Don't overwork. It is the overwork
ed horse that usually gets sunstruck
He is not able to do as much in hot
as in cold or mild weather; conse
quently horses should not be loaded .13
heavily nor driven as fast, nor as far
as in cool weather.
Don t neglect to water often. Horses
should be watered on a hot day everv
hour or so. When a horso begins to
rant and show signs of weariness, he
should be allowed to slop in the shai
and rest for half an hour. The owners
of horses should give .this order to
their drivers, as it will be the means
of saving their animals and, conse
quently, their money.
It i really a duty to interfere In all
cases of overwork, overdriving, exces
sive fatigue and heat prostration; and
to advise the owner or driver of hor
ees to call in their veterinarian in such
cases. Delays are dangerous. Almost
all cases of sunstroke can be saved If
relief is given promptly, but, if de
layed even half an hour, death Is likely
to be the result.
A. H. BAKER, V. S.
American Shoos For Dutch Princess.
The tiny feet of Holland's Iwb.v prln
cess, daughter of Queen Wllbelmlna
ore to be Incased in American soft
ftolcd shoes, the most costly Infants
shoes that were ever made lu the Unit
cd States. ' They bear-the tump of
a Brockton (Mass.) firm. There nre
teventeen pnlrs hi .the order recently
finished. In one of the seventeen pairs
the lining in a piece of satin from Queen
1 Wtlbelinlnu's wedding rowu. Auother
j pair Is made of cloth of gold, one pair
Is of cloth of silver, and still nnother
is of the finest white rnrlsiau kid.
Born in Iowa.
Our family were all born and raised
in Iowa, and have used Chamberlains
. Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remed
(made at Des Moines) for years. We
know how good it is from long exper
ience In the use of It. In fact, when
in EM Paso. Texas, the writer's life w
saved by the prompt use of this rem
edy. vVe are now engaged in the me
cantlle business at Narcoosee, Fla.,and
have introduced -the remedy here.
has proven very successful and Is con
stantly growing in favor. Ennis Bros
This remedy is for sale by all drug
I gists. - ' .
BROKENILGTS OF OXFORDS
' Ono lot men's tan' oxfords r
blucher style ........ .98
I'Men'y tan, ' brown , and patent
i $ 3. 0 0 values $2.25
One Jot men's tan,: patent and
vici kid oxfords. HA11 late style.
I Regular' $3.50 values . $2.85
Lien's canvas shoes .... 1 98c
Boys' calf shoes ....... 98c
Women's kid oxfords . . . 98c
Women's golden brown kid ox
Women's wine, tan and patent
blucher style $1 .69
Women's Russian calf in tan.
and wine, blucher style, mili
tary keel, swellest last
regular $3.50 values . . . 2.75
Misses chocolate oxfords. 98c
Children's chocolate ox
SCOTT COUNTY TO
HAVE A RALLY, TOO
Sunday Schools Fellow F.aniple Set
Here Year Ago, and Will Have
Bip Picnic Tomorrow.
As a direct result of the Itock Island
ounty Sunday school rally and picnic,
eld last year at Ixmg View park tha
'unday schools of Scott' county. Iow-i,
ill hold a rally and picnic at Central
ark tontoriow.. There will be a big
arade with four or five linnil. fl:;i,t
'.nd thousands of pupils in line. The
;tarade will start at 10 o'clock and will j
in rch 011 Second street. Prizes will
i awarded for the best appearin;
chool in line,, for the best ilaat ami j
VI IIIC l U l l IIUIUUll Alt 111 1J11
o;tion to the attendance since Jan
ary. H. K. Van Duzer of this city n
chairman of the judges who are from
his city. The ptipi!. following tin
arade will go to Central park, where
"inner will be served and a progra.-i
arried out. later a program of racs
nd events will be carried out.
!S CHANCE TO SEE ECLIPSE
Clouds Break Away anil Plienoinena
Is Watclied by Many.
Contrary to all predictions the sun
hone at the period of the eclipse last
veiling -and Jhe phenomena was plain- hidden at one time,
y visible to all who took the trouble apparent diminution of light.
' Until You Get Tired.
DIAP.0ND CUSHION PNEUMATIC TIRES
$8.50 per pair reduced to $7.50.
DIAMOND DOUBLE TUBE TIRES
$G.50 per pair, reduced to $5.50.
$G.00 reduced to $5.50 while they last .
GENUINE G. & J. CLINCHER TIRES, 2oxV2
$10.00 per pair reduced to $8.00
218 Seventeenth Street.
to observe it. Hundreds were out
with . smoked gloss watching the
shadow creep abound the end cf the
sun. The contact was first visible
about C:30 and for about half an hour
a clear view was to be had. Just be
l'ore ' sunset a cfbud came in the wi
About a fifth of the sun's surface was
but there was no
A lady customer of ours had suffer
ed with tetter for two or three years.
It got so bad on her hands that she
could not attend to her household du
ties. One box of Chamberlain's Salve
cured her. Chamberlain's medicines
give splendid satisfaction in this com
munity. M. II. Rodney & Co., Almond.
Ala. Chamberlain's medicines are for
sale by all druggists.
The 3estSuit buying Chance of the Season
is nolp, and Our Store the Place
The tirrm nf nil ti
" 1 a 11 . 'II'
ciom suit; ior summer ana eany iau wear is now
This Sale is Without a Parallel in Our Experience
Never have we offered such beautiful and desirable suits
for so little money It is a complete clearance of every,
cloth suit in our entire store and prices hare' been reduc
ed one-third, one-half and less than half.
Three Lots to Choose From and Full Assortments in Each
Lot 1, $17.50 to CIA If you ever expected to get much
$20.00 Suits at MU of a suit for $10 you will be
agreeably surprised in the suits we are showing at this
price all are strictly tailor-made this season s styles
made to our order within the last 30 daysthey come in
fancy panamas mohair and worsted materials" in all the .
1 most desired colors and sizes. ,
Lot 2, $22.50. $25; $30
nJ $32.50 Suits for . .
Strictly new high grade tailor-made
suits at this little price everyone of
them a stylish, desirable ' garment.
Dozens of styles to choose from, and
not one poor one in the entire lot. The
same Bults you have looked - at this
season, marked In plain figures,
$22.50. $25. $30. and ' $32.50. -are now
offered to you at ......$15
...... , - 1
Suit styles suck as we show are practicaL Hie coats fast
erenings.'and tne stirts can be used to ear -with shirt
Lot 3, $35. $37.50, $40
and $45.00 Suits for
" More than .100 ' suits in this assort.
' ment practically including every high
priced suit In ' our ' store. ;The Tery
newest and. highest -grade suits pro
duced this Beason among them are ex
clusive models of 2 and 3 piece snita
' some that even Bold as high -at $50;'
your chotce now for ..; ...;320
be worn separately these cool days and
-waists during the hot summer month.
114-116 W. 2nd