Newspaper Page Text
i 'AT, FEBRUARY 3, 1011.
CI N Of.
r 2 j IJV 13
Choice of 11
orih and Sold A!!
j -t i -. , 7
B'iUAVi toyF"'., iff fight
or . CredlM
best makes in this country.
purpose for this sale.
No Jasgigllffig wilts Prices
igh Grade Shirt Clearance ,
Manhattan, Emery and Model
The Best Made Shirts to be Had
$3 and $2.5 Shirts for $1.88
S2.CC Shirts Sor . . . 51.38
SS.7S and S2.S Shirts SI. IS
Sl.OO Shirts for ... . 75c
BIG REDUCTION ON
Sweater Coats Trousers
Pajamas, Night Robes Children's Clothing
Lined Duck Coats Underwear
on the Square
You Know Us
A lEC DAQTDVV
imntu i no i ii i
the pin. This might be done three Louis division), in charge of
or four times, eacn time mating n ouuci, &t-ut-rai ncisut nirui
smoother. This folding of the pas- i quarters. cnicago.
try gives a little air in it and when j Second district All territory on!
baked this expands, maKing it. and west of the Missouri river and;
NO OFFER FROM' IOWA
Shows Audience at
School Way to Bake Flor
er. Alter tne pasiry dtis u-t-
thoroughly chilled, rct and cut into
diamond-shape. Bake this in a hot
n.iri ! oven, after cricking well. The hot-
NUMEROUS HELPFUL HINTS
Lessons Close Tomorrow With Bak
ing Ccmle-St, Articles to Be
Sold tor Charity.
Mrs. Armstrong continued demon
strations at The Argus cooking
school today before a packed house.
She flrst demonstrated fiorentines.
The rastry for these 13 the
same as the pastry used for making
pie, cheesestraws or almond sticks.
Mrs. Armstrong said: "Mix the two
cups of flour, a little salt and a lit
tle more than half a cup of short
ening in a chopping bowl, with
knife." The knife is recommended
as it keeps the pastry cooler and
then it is more cleanly. Mrs. Arm
strong is the perfection of dainti
ness and cleanliness in her work.
Rarely does she put her hands in any
of the dishes she makes.
"In using the water In the pastry."
she said, "add it gradually. If too
mi-fh water is used ttie pastry re-
ter the oven and the colder the pas
try the better the results will be."
Mrs. Armstrong's next lesson was
on pineapple and pimento salad, but
before demonstrating the salad prop
er Mrs. Armstrong spoke a little
while on salad dressings.
The pineapple and pimento salad
seems simple and such a beautiful
dish as it did make when it was
passed for inspection. Three heads
of celery are used, cut in small
pieces. Mrs. Armstrong used one
can of pineapple with the exception
of two pieces.
The pimentos .cut fine, are added
to this and then the salad dressing,
"This should be well mixed with
a fork," she said.
The ladies were shown how to pre
pare filet of fish. After the fish had
been cut in small pieces for serving,
each was dipped in beaten egg and
rolled in bread crumbs which had
been dried in oven, but not brown
ed. The pieces should be placed in
frying basket not too closely and
fried in deep fat.
The week's lessons close tomor
All articles entered In the baking
fiuires more working and if worked j contest must be sent to the auditor
too much it Decomes iourii. mm
this out on a floured board and flat
ten out with rolling pin. Fold each
end over, forming a three-ply thick
ness, then flatten this out again with
ium between 10 ana & o ciock to
morrow. This prize food will be on
exhibition there from 1 to 2 o'clock,
during which hours Judges will de
cide the winners.
Changes on the Rock Island
An unofficial circular issued by the! second district, with headquarters at
Rock Island road shows the changes
incident to the recent reorganization
of the operative department as fol
lows: For operating purposes and to secure
closer supervision and thereby secure
more efficient management and opera
tion. th? lines ot me kcck lsiana rail
way have been divided into three dis
trict?, to be known as the Firt, Sec
ond and Third, each to be under the
jurisdiction of a general manager and
coordinate officers in ihe traffic de
partment. The plan becomes effective Feb. 1,
The fr-UbOng paragraphs describes
the territory embraced in the three
districts, and announces the general
managers in charge of each:
First District AH milage east of the
Missouri rivrr, and also the milage
fiom St. Joseph. Mo , to Hor'.on, Kan..
C. M. Taylor is appointed super
intendent of motive power of the
The northern district going out of
existence, F. V. Williams is appoint
ed master mechanic with Jurisdiction
over the Cedar Rapids, Dakota and
The officers of ail district engineers
have Leon abolished.
The following engineers mainten
ance of way are appointed:
First district. W. H. Peterson
headquarters at Reck Island. 111.
Second district. J. M. Brown, head
quarters at Topeka.
Third district, A. B. Warner, head
quarters at El Reno.
F. J. Easley, superintendent of the
Missouri division, has been transfer
rod to be superintendent of the Illi
11. L. Reed, superintendent of the
El Paso division, has been transfer
red to be superintendent of the Mis-
north of. including Caldwell. Kan.,
east of Texhonia. Texas: the St. Louis
division and El Paso division in N. M..
in charge of F. J. Shubert, general
freight agent, headquarters, Kansas
Third district All territory south
of Caldwell, Kan., and east of Texola,
Texas, in charge of H. W. Morrison,
assistant freight traffic manager,
headquarters Little Rock, Ark.
Two circulars Issued by the freight
department read as follows.
R. G. Brown has been appointed
general freight agent with headquar
ters at Kansas City. Mo., vice R. G.
R. G. Brown has been appollnted
assistant general freight agent with
headquarters at Minneapolis, Minn.
Gearge B. Hetherington. formerly
chief clerk to General Superintendent
J. B. Smalley, has been appointed
chief clerk to General Manager A.
C. G. Adams, formerly chief clerk
iin the office of division superinten
dent at Rock Island, has been ap
pointed chief clerk to General Sup
erintendent J. B. Smalley.
H. C. Mulroy, formerly in the office
of the second vice president, is at
tached to the staff of the general
manager at Topeka.
Paul Ilevener has been appointed
assistant supervisor of insurance
fund, with office at Chicago.
1Io1 of AmpiM-iiui m-iiM'S ICrpoit
(iui'tin(, His mr With
In an interview this morning Dr.
Gustav Andreen said that there was
no foundation whatever to the rerort,
which has been circulated about him,
that lie was to succeed Dr. George E.
McLean as president of Iowa state
university. This bit of Information
came wholly as a surprise to hint.
Furthermore he stated that It would
be preposterous for the authorities of
the university to call a man as presi
dent before that office became vacant.
He ha In short, never beon consulted
In regard to accepting that position,
nor has it been tendered him.
Dr. Andreen said that two years ago
he was offered the chair of German
languages at Iowa university. At that
time he w as in the midst of the Jubilee
fund campaign and for that reason
was In no position to accept the chair :
- hlle it 1s often Impossible to pre
vent an accident, it Is never nn'
sible to be prepared it is not beyond
any one's purse. Invest ".' cents in
a bottle of Chamberlain's Liniment
and you are prepared for xpraln.
bruises and like Injuries. Sold by
Simon & Landauer
Corner Second and
You can't buy a stitch
of winter apparel in this
store tomorrow, without
receiving the benefit of
in charpe of W. S. Tinsmm, general j souri division.
manager, headquarters at Chicago, 111. I II. P. Creenough, superintendent
Second Division All the milage i of the Illinois division, has been
west of the Missouri river, and north j transferred to be superintendent of
of Caldwell. Kan., including the St. 'the El Paso division.
Ijr.is division, in charge of A. K. I C. L. Rupert, trainmaster, has
Swett who is appointed general man- been promoted to be superintendent
v-;th hpadmiartfrs at Toneka 'rf the Amarillo division, vice II. E.
-1 ' . " ' ' i ' 1 . . ; : .
Alien, resigned, iu at-ct pi ki'
the T. & B. V. railway, as superin-
Third District All the milage south
of Caldwell. Kan., and east of Tucum- tendent at Teague. Texas
car i. X. M.. in charge cf W. II Whiten-1 Garret Davis, superintendent of
ton. general manager, headquarters at! the Lon.s.ana divis.on has been
r t" I transferred to be superintendent of
I rl,r Louisiana division.
M. J- K .-nnelly, superintendent of
Ft. Worth, Texas
Subject to later issuance of circu-;
, - ,'. ; 1 . I, .lt,,Jna tit I
lars giving m u. io.u uil- ,iira ! 4 . ..;. ,iiv'n ha Wn trans.
other of the "system- officers, the fol-j Wintdent of the
lowing officers wi.T report to the tec- lJl
St. I,uu:.i cuvi.-ion.
ond vice president: TLe district stores at Silvis. Hor-
The three general managers. tjn an(J shawnee are assigned to the
Chief engineer. first secorid and third districts, re-
General supeintendent of otiv,,!Plf.ctivfiy, reporting to the rreneral
power. - ; managers on distribution of mater-
Ensineerif te.-ts. jal
Superintendent of car service. J The t;.PS f,f district storekeepers
Assistants to second vice-president, j a(. ('Lieao and Cedar Rapids are
The jurisdiction and headquarters j chauped to storekeepers,
of gene.-al sup-rintendents follow: jhfi i ft fict storekeepers and store
C. W. Jones, general superinten- j tet.ners will continue to report to the
dent, with headquarters at D.iven- j Kem,rai btorekeeper on matters of
port, has jurisdiction over the fi' -1 , slor.-K and interchange of materials
district. : between districts.
J. B. Smalley. general superinten- To ronform to the division of the
dent, with headquarters at 1 opesa, i jinps ,nto tj,ree districts the pissen
Kcn.. has jurisdiction over the sec-; Rer department announces that the
ond district. I jurisdiction of gern ral passenger
T. H. Beacom. general superin- asf,nts over i;ne territory will be as
tendent, with headquarters at El:folowg.
Reno, has Jurisdiction over the third j The firgt strict will embrace all
district. (territory east of the Missouri river
The office of general superintendent j (jntludins Mississippi points on all
cf the norihem district Is abolished. j east bound business), and will be in
A. C. Rldgeway, former assistant t rl)arp of vv. J. Leahy, general pas
general manager, and C. II. Ilubbe!, i fif.nKer agent with headquarters at
former general superintendent of the j c-ni'ca0.
northern district, are to be attached! The second district will embrace all
to the office of the second vice-pres- j terrilory vrest of the Missotiri riv-r
ident. (including Missouri river points on
W. J. Tollerton is to be assistant j v.eEt bound traffic!, and north of
general superintendent or the motive cweM. Kan., and also the St. Louis!
power for the sy3tem. (division (except the city of St. Lou's)
J. B. Kilpatrick is appointed up- ; . , .-harge cf J. A. Stewart, who I
m - i
Our clothing and overcoat department offers unusual
A discount of 25
On any fancy suit or coat- in the store, neat, elassy
merchandise new this season; some scaively M days
$33.00 Fancy Suits and Coats at
$30.00 Fancy Suits and Coats at
$25.00 Fanc'v Suits and Coats at
$22.50 FancV Suits and CoaN at
$20.00 FaueV Suits and Coats at
$18.00 Fanc'v Suits and Coats at
$15.00 Fanev Suits and Coats at
. . .$23.25
. . .$22.50
. . .$18.75
. . .$13X0
. . .$11.25
erintencer.t of tne motive power 01
the first district, with headquarters
S. W. Muulinix Is appointed sup
erintendent of motive power of the
At Prof. 0. F. Slater's
Elks' hall, Eock Island,
every Friday evening', and
at Prosperity hall in Dav
enport' on Iffcniay and
Saturday evenings. Class
es from 8 p. m. to 9 p. m.
Social dance 9 to 12.
Terms, 12 Lessons, $3.00
i fa annnintpd treneral DassenKer agent
B fr" fr' ' "
with headquarters at Topeka, Kan.
The third district will include ail
territory south of Caldwell. Kan.,
and eat of Tucumcarl, N. M., and
the city of St. Louis, Mo., to be in
charge of George II. Lee, general
oassenger agent, with headquarters
at St. Louis. Mo.
! Phil A. Auer has been appointed
Igeneral agent, with headquarters at
j Chicago, coming to Chicago from Ft.
i Q. S. Pentecost, formerly assistant
'general passenger agent of the Rock
i Island at Kansas City, has been ap
pointed general passenger agent of
'the Chicago, Rock Island and Gulf
railway, with headquarters at Fort
! Worth, Texas, vice Phil. A. Auer, re
' signed to accept service with another
! To conform to division of thr.e
! lines into three operating districts,
ithe Jurisdiction of general freignt
jtrafflc officers named below, over line
'territory, will be as fellows:
I Vint district All territory east of
the Missouri river (not Including
$2.."0 and $3.00 shirts at H.j
$2 00 tshirts at $!."
$1.50 shirts at f 1.10
$1.00 shirts .t SUc
7f.c shirts at .i!lc
50c shirts at 3.c
$;.f.0-and $7 00 p nt h !
$.VfM pants at .O.'i
$4 00 jantti at
$2.50 j;;nt9 at
$1.50 piyits at !.('
Winter Underwear Reduced
$1 and $i :.0 riht towns,
f0: night gowns at 8o
HEAVY SWEATER OCHTS
f-'f-nulne Ilradli) lluillcr
KL4M E PAJAMAS
Finest Fietifh f1oii,'t at fll"
i'S and $2.50 iajaiiia at $!.'
FI R LOVES
PHOEMX SILK HOSE
33c, 3 for $1.00
3 for $1.00 Table
All ') articles
Shirts NcckhaDd and Foliar, ElHce lloed
T 'itm !''' Th'1 rfMliH-tions triad f on this snappv
fkWK Vu,(' of to-s for tlK" 4'olin-('r Ui:iu"
j l:i':l-.jffss mnko things interest in in this
(mjU't M 'f:$ L(l(iartiii'nt tonurrow.
Boys' Overcoats at 25 per cent off.
Boys' Fancy Suits at 20 per cent off.
$1.50 now at $1 00
$1.00 now at C9c
&0c cow at S&c
$1.50 now at $l.fo
$1 CO now at Tic
50c now at 33c.
$1.04 now at S'c
20 Per Cent 0
Bojfc' Flannel Gowns and Tndor KUepers, SOc, now 33c
Simon & Landauer f-V'