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TffE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS
THURSDAY, OCTOBER IS, H910.
IEET IN DECATUR
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Several Women Are Already
Campaigning for Office of
AN INTERESTING CONTEST
Meeting to Continue Two Days, Oct.
26 and 27, During "Which Dele
gates Will Be Entertained.
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Rock Island chapter of Daughters
of the American Revolution will be
represented at the-state meeting of
the order in Decatur Oct. 26 and 27
Decatur chanter ia making elab
orate preparations to entertain the
Rtatfl meet In tr of the Daughters. In
addition to the state offljcers and
delegates it IB expected inai sub
Mathew T. Scott of Bloomington, na
tional president, Mrs. Adlai E. Stev
enson of BloominKton, a former pres
ident, and Mrs. La Verne Noyes, a
vice president, will be present at tne
meetlnr. The state officers who are
expected to be present are Mrs. John
D. Ames of Btreator, regent; Mrs.
Bain. Welty of Bloomington. vice re
rent. Mra. Thomas White, Oak Park,
"secretary: Mrs. John W. Rowcliffe
of Peoria, treasurer Mrs. Edwin fc.
Walker of Springfield, historian;
Mra. Nobla C. Shomway of Chicago,
Sleet at Tfetventty.
session of th meeting will
fee-.held In the auditorium of James
MiWken university end an invita
tion ? extended to the public to at
tend. The opening session win De
held on Wednesday morning, Oct
fctf: and th prosram- wtll Include a
welcome to the delegates by Miss
Mvra Belle Ewlng. regent or tne jo
?al chapter with response by Mrs.
Ames, state regent.
Session 3 will be held also en Wed
nesday afternoon and Thursday
morning. The meeting will dose at
ii. on Thursday and the chief business
-r i he closing session will be the
.k'tlc:i of officers. There no doubt
..viil re a contest for regent, since
a large number of letters have been
icreiMd from different parts of the
state giving the qualifications of var
ious women for that office.
Social features of the meeting- will
! n luncheon at the Country club
i i Wednesday and a reception given
on Wednesday . evening by Miss
JO wing, the regent, at her home, 509
Kwing avenue. All local members.
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tional aud state officers will be,
guests at these functions.
Although the Decatur chapter has
increased very rapidly during the
last year, it is not asking any aid
outside of its membership; several
women have kindly offered to enter
tain guests at their home. All who
are hostesses to the delegates wheth
er members of the chapter, will be
welcome guests at the luncheon giv
en by the chapter at the Country
club, and at the reception given by
areolar Xetten Xaae.
Circular letters will be eent this
week to H chapters giving informa
tion, as to the meeting place, how it
is reached and other facta necessary
to the convenience of the visiting
delegates. As soon as the delegates
are assigned entertainment cards will
be sent them giving the name and
address of their hostess and cards
also will be sent to the hostesses,
giving names and addresses of their
Committeemen and Candidates to Meet
A meeting of members of the demo-
cratlc county committee and the can
didates on the county ticket Is hereby
called at 8 o'clock Friday eVenlng at
the headquarters of the democratic
county committee, Room 22, State
2,1. W. BATTLES, qhalrman.
We eat and drink for two
First. To satisfy appetite.
Second. 'To feed our bodies,
in other words, to keep our
selves in vigorous health.
But we don't eat or drink
many things that don't appeal
to our taste taste determines
fully 98 per cent of the food
and drink we use.
That's why our
S. rS. Special
is so popular in so many homes
in Rock Island it appeals to
the taste, satisfies the appe
tite and does its share towards
producing vigorous, robust
health. Let us send you a
pound of it freshly roasted,
ground to order.
Only 25c the Pound.
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700 17th St., Rock Island, 111.
Old Phone, W. 59; New, 5804.
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The Wofid Mespectts the Mssi Who ESespects Mllsself
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FAVORS ONE PAPE
Tri-City Labor Federation
Gives Exclusive Endorse
ment to Review.
principles before the election would
aid the voter in deciding for whom be
wishes "to (cast his vote. The Grand
opera house in Davenport has been se
cured for the debate, which is to take
place Oct. 22 provided enough parties
respond to the call.
Ak Moral Snpport.
Miss Fannie Selllns and MisS Kath-
SOON TO BECOME WEEKLY
Davenport Itarbers Want to Hear
From Liegislative Candidates
A snecial meeting: of the Tri-City
Labor federation was held last night
at Rock Island Industrial hall, mainly
for the purpose of considering and de
ciding on what publication should be
recoenized as the official labor union
paper. After some discussion it was
decided that the Tri-City Labor Review
shall be the only official publication.
The Review Is now published monthly,
but dt is expected that it will become
a weekly publication shortly. Forty
delegates were in attendance at the
A resolution from the Barbers' un
ion of Davenport calling for a joint de
bate by representatives of tne prlncl
nal narties in the next general elec
ticrns was unanimously endorsed by the
federation. The resolution stated that
inasmn oh as in the nast candidates had
been long on promises and short on
keeping them, a public declaration of
erine Hurley of St. Louis addressed
th federation last evening on behalf
of th i ono locked out garment work
ers of St. Louis. They asked that the
workers whom they represent be given
the moral suDnort of the federation
and they also desire the moral sup
port of the business men and people
all over the country. Several organi
zations have gone further and aided
with financial contributions, although
money is not solicited.
Tho only baking powder
mada from Royal Crapo
Groan of Tartar
lioAIumjKo Urns Phosnhafo
AT THEY. M.C. A.
"Four Famous Farmers; Their Char
acters and Doings," is the subject an
nounced for a series of talks to be
given before the B. G. M. boys during
the next month. The "farmers" to
be discussed are as follows:
Oct 16, "Adam, Who is Kin to lis
All." Rev. J. L. Vance; Oct. 23, "Abra
ham, Emigrant and Pioneer," Rev. I.
O. Nothstein; Oct. 30, "Jacob, the
Shrewdest of Stockmen," W. M. Reck;
Nov. 6, "Joseph, Who Cornered the
Grain Market," Rev. E. T. Newland.
The studies will cover the leading
points In the book of Genesis, and be
sides being a very interesting collec
tion of stories for the bbys, will give
a comprehensive view of this part of
A striking Illustration of the eager
ness on the part of some newcomers
to this country to become American
ized was given last night at the Y. M.
C. A. A man who had landed less tiian I not be welcome in the association, as coming to America to mo-'rr the rn
a week ago, coming to this country Ihe was not' a Christian, and he was d
fmm Tinscia rnii-rl nt tlio lmildinGr toHiirhted to find that not only the even-
iricacies of the Krifdish language. This
class, as well as the others offered.
inquire about the class in English for
foreigners, which is offered in the
night school. He said that he "must
learn English." for he wanted to be a
citizen. He was afraid that he might
big classes, but all the other privi- should attract many more men than
leges were open to him. and that he
mipht use them. The class in English
is going to prove a fine thing for many
men who have not been aide since
have yet been Interested.
All the news all the time Tho
We will give a load of the celebrated Pyrolite coal absolutely free to the
' person giving the nearest actual net weight of the load of Pyrolite coal on
wagon displayed in our yard at Twenty-fourth street and Third avenue.
Contest open now, closes October 18. Come and see.
Mueller Lumber Co
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