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THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 1910.
j,. i . J . .i ii ... will"
Tells Davenport Audience Pro
tection Principal Is Right,
But Not Enforced.
nr jiiitH 'ni-iinnriii in
TODAY'S DISTINGUISHED VISITOR
ments OUSE FU
1816 THIRD AVENUE, ROCK ISLAND
FLAYS THOSE NOT FAITHFUL
Six Thousand People Lusten to Ad
dress in Central Park Talks
ft Ca T
' Theodore Roosevelt, former presi
dent of the United States, addressed a
crowd of 6,000 people at Central park.
In Davenport, this morning, discuss
ing the tariff and other national is
sues; the fight In New York state, on
the outcome of which his political fu
ture seems to hang, and commending
the candidacy of Charles Grilk, repub
lican nominee for congress In the Sec
ond Iowa district It was upon the in
vitation of Mr. Grilk that the colonel
came to Davenport today to lend his
prestige to an effort to save Gnl from
defeat at the Dolls.
The colonel defended the republican
party principles of protection, and de
clared the ooDosition's decree was to
abandon a principal that had proved
beneficial to the entire country.
Waving BIk Stick.
"Where some of our republican
friends have erred." Roosevelt said, "is
simply in abandoning the old methods
of enforcing the principle cf protec
tion. There are men in my party who
do not agree with your views and mine
on this important public question. I
claim there is only one way to deal
with men who oppose the public good,
We take pleasure In mention- g
lug Lllia icwtv .-. vw
owned and managed by
at 1610 Second Ave.
Everyone knows how much more
appetizing a glass of ice cream
soda Is when it is served iu a
well appointed place such as
that of M. Francis. He is
justly proud of his store, as it
is kept spic and span and the
Fruits and Candies
are kept fresh appetizing at
all times. The new fountain
Just installed is of golden oak
and art glass and is in keeping
with the rest of the fixtures
which are of plate and oak.
The establishment is recom
mended to all those wishing
anything in the line handled,
such as hot drinks in season,
ice cream, soft drinks and the
Francis brand of home made
Rock Island Candy
1610 Second Ave.
Colonel Theodore Hoosevelt Addressed a I.are Tn-Cty Crowd of People
Tliis Morning in Central Park, Davcniwrt.
Hostess of F.?rcs Jcnt
and that is to hunt them down and
drive them out of public life." j
The colonel' held that the fight i:i 1
New York state was between Tarn-
many hall and the republican party and ;
the good people generally. He was
confident that the latter would tri- (
umph on election day. Roosevelt j
spoke 45 minutes, and while the crowd j
listened attentively to what lie had to
say, there was not manifest the en- j
thusiasm that was expected or that j
usually attends the Roosevelt meoun.ns
in other cities.
Ilrrnkfaat With Antliornia.
Congressman A. F. Dawson and
Charles Grilk spoke briefly before ;
Roosevelt. The latter was introduced
by the republican candidate for con
gress. Roosevelt came from Chicago
last night in his private car over the
Rock Island road. He reached here at
2:25 this morning, and his car was
switched on a sidetrack on arrival in i
Davenport. The colonel was about at ;
7 o'clock. At S he was driven in a '
closed automobile to the home of Miss i
Alice French (Octave Thanet, the an- '
thoress) for breakfast. Miss French
had as guests, beside the ex-president, J
members of her family. Congressman i
Dawson, Mr. Grilk and J. R. Lane of'
Davenport. At 10 the colonel was .
whisked to the park in the closed an
toxnobile. At 12 he left Davenport. :
Ills speech this morning was the first j
in a series he is to deliver in Iowa in;,lo .tfc.-irrr.s, who er.tpr
the interest ot tne republican uck
Tonight he w ill sneak in Dos Moines. !
.... ,, , . . , I Davenport this morring
Half Holiday at AuRiiMnun. 1
At a meeting yesterday afternoon j .- - - :
of the students' union, comprising all
the students of Augustana college, in
cision was made unanimously to
march in a body to Central pirk in
This Dining Tab!e Is lidd oak with farge hand carved claw
feci, large pedestal finely finlsned. Thia is a chance of a lifetime.
Table and Six
Chairs, all nice,
This Buffet Is solid oak, It well con
structed, has a large linen drawer, a
large beveled French plate mirror, ts
finely finished, an up-to-date piece.
You will have to see It to appreciate
y - .. "
This Is th- Dining Chair we
have selected to go with this
suite, but you may have your
choice of several patterns. All
strong, durable chairs, well fin
ished and the latest patterns.
Large Qja.rtered Oak Ror-ker l!lt
cut. polish finish, (f FC
splendid value ?tfV
I k r a Mill
1 1 PI
A larpe rtrone locker like cut ut-
ua!i- : lis for Si. 00.
O ir iri e
aee like cut, kac two .irawers, twe
flour bir.s, two noulding boards. Makos
a nice vork taale. Heavy and durabl
Miss Alice French (Octave Thanet)
L re a Ufa st iu
Peninsular Oak eater in 12
Inch size, very nice for one
room. It is of the very best
quality, is very heavy ana
absolutely air tiqht: fully
guaranteed 103! in all sizes
Peninsular Hot Blast OaK,
undoubtedly the best soft
heater made. Burns all he
soot and gas. We have them
1816 TMrd Avenue, Roelc Island, 111.
aeeompanicf! him to the ear. the I a short speech to several hundred per- jam very forry; ho just steppi d out for jmjmbrr 177 west; street number 1801'i
in front of the stanl with ponsra and I train nulled out at 10 o'clorU
M'll.-;. T;.v i'lsti to'.'k a onpieiioua ! Met j- l.nrio ;riiu.
part in the oval k):i to Mr. ltoo.se velt.i Roosevelt spent a large part of the
Davenport to greet Theodore Roosevelt and he acknowledoged their greetings
this morning. In response to a mon-Witn a g;aH wave of his hand and a
ster petition from the student, body ! ., (, cn , .i( , ..Th5a .,;.lc
sons at the station.
The Old Reliable
J. P. Williamson's Bew and 2d
liand store has returned to Rock Is-
lSKrJ- and win be conducted under
the firm 'name of Carney & Thomp
son. It runs Just the same as "J.
P." used to run It. We will pay
more for your goods and sell cheaper
than anyone else.
CARNEY & THOMPSON
AVE STORE GOODS.
Old Phone 1688. 1523 Second Are.
Rock Island, III.
In a scientific manner.
O Tri IT A. T1 IT?
O Opnosite Harper House.
g If your hearing is poor
g try the Electrophone.
o "We have them for sale.
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Colonel Roosevelt, the rol'epre fticnlty
last Wednesday granted the students
a half holiday, and almost the whole
student body was on hand to soe him.
At 8:30 this momin thry assembled
and. forming a profession "no stron".
nmrr.h.-d thrniip-h tbo ttrrpts r,f Unr!,- i "i1"' veil tn t!lP Chic:
me tiiat the fon' hail r. as-.on ::-raiu is
in full fiwins,-' iio ail.
Arrival I'l 1'aiionuo.
Chirago, Nov. 4. Roosevelt ar
rived at S; ir o'clock last even
ing over t'lio I't !iiisyl nn'.a and v a.s
r!:b. Ii.- pr.r-
day in walking through the string of
sleeping cars on the way from his
Ftateroom to the rear platform or back
.vjiain. At all stations there wcro
.:owls which cheored the colonel,
causing him to make an appearance
en the platform. He made a few
speeches. Charles Grilk, republican
candidate for congress, for whom
Roo.-.evelt is to speak in Iowa tomor
row mvt the colonel at the station
Inland n.nrl D.avennort. arrlvlnn- nt Cr-n- , ! ' f" l "- i'a -r i.ic iv')' :v , u e.
tral park at 9:30. While waiting forjls,an(l r"au iM s
the appearance of the colonel, the "rah ! sc-.ucely any one at the union sU'ion
hist r.ituiT, asi'.ie trom tue newspaper
rah" boys enlivened the crowd waiting
"I Suffered Years
With My Back."
Backache resulting from weak
kidneys, a bad cold or other causf?,
usually renders the sufferer unfit
for work and often results in per
"I suffered for years with my
back, or kidney trouble, and have
tried a number of remedies from
different physicians. More than a
year ago, one of our local druggists
induced me to try
Dr. Miles' Anti-Pain Pills
and after using them some th'-ee
months I found a decided improve
ment in my kidneys, and I am glad
to say that I hope soon to be fully
restored to health." J. P. Allen,
Ex-Judge City Court, Glasgow, Ky.
As long as pain is present in any
part of the body rest is impossible
and the system becoming weakened
is exposed to any form of disease to
which the sufferer may be inclined.
Dr. Mites' Anti-Pain PiHs
by steadying the irritated nerve
centers, make refreshing sleep pos
sible, thereby enabling the body to
recover lost strength. As a remedy
for pain of any description Dr.
Miles' Anti-Pain Pills are unsur
passed. Sold by all druggtats under a guar
antee assuring the return of the price
of the first box If no benefit results.
MULES MEOICAU CO., Elkhart, Ind.
men who knew that Roosevelt was to
Stepping from the car Roosevelt
walked a dozen car lengths between
two trains before he reached the sates
to the train shed. Ho was jostled
among the hurrying passengers, few
of whom discovered his identity. As
he passed tlirc';rr!i the exit from the
tracks to the station proper, a throng
at the gates started a cheer. This wns
taken up by many others, but Roose
velt did not stop, although a dozen
attempted to shake his hand.
noM-reil Iy ("1I1p.
Reaching the street, Roosevelt was
besieged by a number of cab drivers
and omnibas men who treated him as
they would have treated an ordinary
'fare." A moment later the colonel
had been taken to a wailing auto and
driven along .Tacksnn and Michigan
boulevards to the Chicago club. At
the intersection of two boulevards, a
park policeman waved his hand at
the hurrying machine and shouted:
"Cut down speed there, or I'll take you
But the big automobile did not slack
en its pace until it arrived at the
club. Roosevelt was met by II. H.
Kohlsaat, publisher of the Chicago
Record-Herald, and was introduced to
a few club members who chanced to be
there. The conference with Kohlsaat
lasted little more than an hour. At its
conclusion Roosevelt hurried to a wait
ing automobile and was driven to the
IaSalle street station to take an Iowa
bound train on the Rock Island road.
He states that he had nofaing to j
say in a political way aside from
what has been announced regarding
the speeches to hs made In Iowa. It
is possible that Roosevelt's departure
from the I.Salle station was even
more quiet than his nrfivn.1 at the Un
ion depot. A dozen nawspaper men
Speak. nt West Liberty.
West Liberty, Iowa. Nov. 4. Roose
velf arrived here at 1 o'clock and made
Saturday Will Be Bar
gain Day at Brady's
20 pounds of best granulated
sugar for $1.00
Jersey Cream flour In towel
sacks guaranteed ... $1.49
flood eating or cooking apples,
per peck 30c
Fresh dairy butter,
per pound 27 C
Cranberries, three quarts
two for 15c
Navy beans, five pounds
Honey, In combs ... 172
Popcorn that pops
four pounds for 15c
per pound 17.C
Lenox soap, eight bars
Fresh sauer kraut,
per quart JQc
Ginger snaps, two pounds
Good brands of corn, peas and
three cans for 23c
Phone your orders early.
Prompt delivery to any part of
TOO 12h St.
Old Phone, 413; New, 5970.
Cut Rate Loan company.
Carpenter Coal company V
Sell coal. Phone west 295. . ,:
Kerler & Co. make rugs.
Buy a home of Reidy Bros.
Tri-city Towel Supply company.
For express, call Spencer & Trefz.
Get our cut rates. Calf West 177.
Ho not forget the gTcat meat sale at
Schroeder 13ros." i f
Mound City paints may cost a little ! f j J SJt-J Jl.
more, but ! Ill & Ehleb. in
Let William Johnson do your tin and j
furnace work. 1316 Third avjnue. j
Cut rate means interest cut in two!
on all loans. lSOl1 Second avenue.
Open every evening. Cut Rate Loan
a few mitr.ii es. Come right in. What
can ve do for you? Wei!. I wu'jt a
cheap loan. We understand you .ave
cut the rates in two on household foods
and all personal property. V" hat's
that? Is that your r.en' cut rafofr'co7
Not for me. rVne Hut. list f n r Come
to find out, they were not talking to
the Cut Rate people at all. Our phone
Croup i i.Tist prevalent during the
dry cold weather of the early winter
months. Parents of young c-'V -i
should be prepared fr it. All that ia
needed is a b" i!e of Chntn'-ierlnia'a
f'e-'iph i:-. ."r.-i!!v ni"tVTS aie
never v iine-it ".' in their lionca ni.d
it h:i' never di.-appointcd them. Sold
h ;il! druggists.
pew -pi) a nrEHT
l i i:vii y i'- t sri tj
fT t aaaw.' j r
Jl jUJLJkJ 311 1
Groceries ol Quality Priced h Year Interest
company, 18018 Second avenue, city. J
Fresh supply of Mrs. Austin's !
famous buckwheat flour at all gro-
H. T. Siemon wants your tin and
furnace work. 1526-1528 Fourth ave- j
Plenty of fresh dressed chickens and
ducks at Schroeder Bros.', Twentieth F.
Fresh supply of
famous buckwheat fl
Don't forget the great me
still on at Schroeder Bros
Paul & Hay ward, tailors, suits and j J
fancy gowns, 409 Twenthieta street, J
gioceis. 1 f
Carnations 25 cents a dozen ; chrys- : i
anthemums, 10 cents apiece
Carnations, 25 cents a dozen; chrys
anthemums, 10 ents apiece. Young
Carpenter Coal company, tele
phone west 295. Please copy cur
number in your telephone book.
Removal sale of wites and liquors.
Now is the time to lay ia a supply for
the holidays at Rlegel b 2104 Third
avenue. After Nov. 1st at the new
location, 2t23 Fourth avenue.
How do you do? Good morning. Is' 8?
Mr. Jones in? Why, no; he Is not,
Uros.', Twentieth li
Mrs. Austin's j n
lour at all gro-H
meat sale is ! h
.', Twentieth ; fi
rs. suits and j !
thieth street, j
ly ot Mrs. Austin's V
ke flour. Now at youif
Young j j
EIljg Ribbon Seeded Raisins, three packages 25c.
Fancy seeded raisins, new oods, just received, full
Per.rl Tapioca, four pounds 25c.
Finest quality white pearl tapioca.
Sl.j;i:PV i:VE I-'I.ori;, worth a trial. ". p'i:nd sack ... $1.65
ItOVAIi AX.V WIMTI-: C Hi:i:i:ii:s. Califcrnia in heavy syrup; cans
chuck full.' fix cans $1.1.", can 20c
Cli.WHl KKIKS, three cu.trts fir 2 5c
ii;.M i.m; .iiuisky sn i;i"i' p: r. k;i:s. rini t pounds for . 25c
i:IUA' JIM! PI'AS, sifted: doen 1.1t. a cm 10c
VVinill NOKIA-AY Jl.ll'KKIIhh, each ir.c r.nl ICc
SCOl Hl.Vfi r()Vlti;it. a packawe 3C
i Ii)i;iIA (.I.M'i: I Itl IT, four frr 25c
JAMS, in la r !;." fruit jars, nil varieties a jur 25c
ii. r. i im;st (.i!AM iati:ii m ; a:;. 2:. lb cloth tack Sl;40
SWKKT MI.i:i IMCKLKS. qti.irt Vinson Jars, each 22c
CiltAIIAM FM)l'i:. fresh scols Juftt ir:; 10-lb. sack for ... 35c
HOLLAND Iii:Ki:iNt;, 1910 catch.
.i:V lOOKIXti FIGS, fancy, a pound 12VaC
, Msndalay oCffcs, 23c a pound.
Mandalay cc.re is jrrcwini; in popularity ovry dnv. ; li;is hr-tn
o'f fi !.- mid you'!! lind I; coiiiparison ihat ".'.' iid.il.iy v.!;! j;i.ft
you inorn aat isfa li jn thir. an; other tnffe;. ;,P l pound mors.
Give it a tiial and he onvimed.
L R. Battles & Co.
1806 Second Ave.
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