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THE ROCK ISI1AND ARGUS. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 17. 1011.
LENTEN SEASON IS
TO BEGIN MARCH 1
ful, with the words reminding them of
the origin of their bodies from dust
and the final return to the earthly
state after death..
Lent extends through the 40 days
between Ash Wednesday and Easter
Sunday. Sundays that fail "within that
time are not properly called days of
Ivent. The time is set apart as the
Christian observance of the 40 days
. . . fast of Christ In the desert. The peo-
Letter, soon will be 'sent out to the j pJe expected tQ denv tnem3lTe8
pastors of Catholic congregations re-ia1 forms of amusement for this per-
latiTe to the approaching season of !10d out of respect for the fast of their
Lent. They will be read to the people j Master and In preparation, for the com
on Sunday preceding A6h Wednesday, ; :ng observance of the agony and death
the beginning of the Ienten season cf Christ. Fasting and prayers form
IVnitential Period Will Kxtend Over
a Period of 40 Days Church j
this year coming on March 1.
Special devotions will be held in the .
churches during the season. They will i
consist in most places of one evening
each week of prayer, benediction and ;
sermon, and another in the way of the
cross and benediction. j
Last Sunday was Septuageslma
Sunday, which is 7" days before East-1
er. and is. in the Catholic ritual, a pre- ;
Mminary announcement of the Lenten
season. The season itpelf begins three
weeks from yesterday with Ash Wed
the principal acts of piety.
(Continued from Fajre Eight.)
property holders, watermain
Total special fund .........$ 105.65
Grand total 6,055.95
The clerk read a statement from
the Tri-City Construction company a conference between
On this day the people come, for lhe Lincoln court parIng Im. j fathers of the boys against whom he
L. Kinu, High School Teacher,
Withdraws Charges After
Warrants against Den Hartx, Thad
Taylor, Roy Philbrook, Arno Treman
and Bert Benson, Rock Island high
schools students, sworn out in the
court of Police Magistrate C. J. Smith,
were withdrawn today by L. L. Karns.
teacher of manual training at the
school. The warrants were issued yes
terday at the instigation of Mr. Karns,
who charged the boys with disorderly
conduct as a result of a street alterca
tion following alleged rough treatment
received by Orville Karns, son of L. L.
Karns, Orville having worn a white
collar at school Tuesday in defiance of
the boys who promoted the observance
of "soft shirt day." Mr. Karns with
drew the warrants after there had been
him and the
to the churches for the ceremonies of : provenjent showing a balance due otb entered charges,
the blersed arshcs. Particles of the $30-. 2- lm:u(Jias merest and ex-!
rliii - ntn V . . n,1 w.n 1 rv- C T,- hlnCtO1
in"" f""3 . cess over assessment
and applied to the heads of the faith-; Alderman t -Vanwav mnvid that
j the claim be referred to the com
imittee of the whole and the city at-
j torney, to be considered Thursday
i afternoon, the clerk being requested
j to furnish all data relative to the
improvement proceedings and the
city attorney to furnish an opinion
relative to assessing the excess to the
nrnnartv nirnprR fftrriftfl
Th rirv r n timA in f,,n ! slxtn b referred to the mayor
of the Pittsburgh Filter Manufactur
ing company's work on the filter con
tract, in the sum of 163,792. 50. and
showing a balance due, less 15 per
cent, of $6,027.18.
Altlerman McNealy moved the es
timate be referred to the waterworks
and finance committee to report next
The clerk read report of various
city officers for the month of Jan
uary, which on motion were received
and ordered placed on file.
The clerk read a petition from
property owners asking that Thirty
fourth street, between Seventh and
Nir.th-and-a-half avenues be brought
j to grade. Referred to the street and
'al!ey committee and aldermen of the
Th? clerk read a petition asking
i that better fire protection be provid
ed in the Seventh ward. Referred
j to the fire and light committee to
j report next Monday,
i The clerk read a statement of City
Engineer Wallace Treichler relative I
tn nacpecment nn tho lot of Mr TfnfT
i renKenscnun ror sewer on .twen
tieth street and Sixteenth avenue be
tallowed at $1,14 8:80. Adopted by
m mm m
makes dish vate
GOLD DUST offers the
shortest cut from the drudg
ery of dish washing. Just a
little GOLD DUST shaken
in your dish water will
remove the grease and dirt.
GOLD DUST digs deep
into cracks and corners
purifies and drives out every
bit of dirt or hidden germs
which soap and water will not
reach. GOLD DUST ster
ilizes as well as cleans.
If you spend two hours a day
washing dishes, GOLD DUST will
enable you to save one hour and
your dishes, too, will be spotlessly
wiwic, wnoir- fr
some and san- Jri
Henry Frank be referred to the sew
er committee to report.
Alderman McNealy moved that the
matter be referred to the sewer com
mittee to report Monday. Carried.
Alderman Naab submitted a report
from the markets and license com
mittee, recommending that the mat
ter of the petition of Otto Adams for
a dramshop license for 604 Forty-
n fTnini or Krm
'h Cold ! --f C" i
hi his a? !
Tomorrow is the third Saturday of
"NewBuildin" clearance sale
with power to act. The city attor
ney, Mr. Adams and Robert R- Rey
nolds were heard relative to the pe
tition and plats showing the location
of the proposed saloon and the front
age represented In the petition were
examined. On roll call the report
was adopted, 8 to 5 (Nays Frick,
Thompson, Schmid, McNealy and
Alderman Huff submitted a report
from the sewer and finance commit
tees recommending that the bill of
the People's Construction company
for $8,028.58 for balance due on the
Sixth ward sewer system be allowed,
with the exception of $1,000 to be
held back (III connections are made
to the Twenty-fourth street storm
drain at Ninth avenue and Twenty-
fifth street, and certain grading is
done and a catch basin is installed
at Eleventh-and-a-half avenue and
Thirtieth street. Adopted by unanl
Alderman Huff reported from the
sewer ana nuance committees, rec-
i ommending that the bill of- P. F.
"Let I A COLD DUST TWINS do your worU"
erman on the Sixth ward sewer im-1
j-roveruent. On motion of Alderman
McNealy the report was adopted.
The clerk read a report from the
mayor, city engineer and city attor
ney, recommending that the city as
sume the assessments on lot 4, block
',, and lot 4. block 6, Blanding's ad
dition, on the Sixth ward sewer im
provement: and that the matter of
the claims for rebate on the lot of
Saturday, Feb. 18, 1911
Saturday, Feb. 13, is the last day to take advantage of
our gigantic sale. W's have aroused the interest of the
public by our tremendous bargains and we intend to fin
ish our almost giving away sale in a blaze of glory by
ottering you tomorrow bargains wtiich have never been
Lonsdale and Hope muslins, regular 10c values,
Saturday sale, yard Q 3"4c
Tule Du Norde gingiiams, 12'2c values,
Saturday sale, yard 3q
Linen finish dress gcods, regular 10c values,
Saturday sale, yard 6c
Amoskeag apron ginghams, regular Sc values,
Saturday sale, yard 5q
Ladies' skirts, a very few left, your choice of
any one at $2.48
Regular 50c and 75c men's shirts, sale price 39c
Standard calicoes and shirtings, selling always at 7c a
yard," sale price for Saturday 3V2C
Dress goods, panamas, voiles, cheviots, novelty goods,
64 and 56 inch widths, some materials as high as $1.50
a yard, Saturday special prices, yard 59c, 49c, 39c, 29c
Cut prices on boys' suits of good material and
good style at 98c and $1.98
In Our Grocery Dept.
granulated sugar, 21 pot nds for $1.00
Japan rice, per pound 5C
Fancy large olives, per jar 25c
Strictly fresh eggs, per dozen 17V2C
Fine butter from the farm, per pound 25c
Sweet navel oranges of 250 size, 'per dozen 15c
Fancy large grape fruit, three for 25c
White Rose flour, guaranteed, per sack $1.39
These prices will convince ycu of the other numerous
bargains to be had tomorrow at
Cf01pa 1615-1617 2d Ave.
CJ) LLJX C(, Rock Island. 111.
Alderman Huff reported from the
sewer and finance committees rec
ommending that tie bill of P. F.
Trenkenschuh for the Seventh street
sewer be allowed at $3,418.50; and
that his bill for the Fourteenth ave
nue watermain construction be al
lowed at $1,029.55, and that the
mayor and clerk be authorized to is
sue vouchers for those amounts.
Adopted by unanimous vote.
Alderman LaVanway moved that
the mayor be directed to notify the
Tri-City Railway company to haul
away a reasonable proportion of the
snow from streets in the business dis
The mayor read a message recom
mending that the council urge the
representatives of this district in the
j Illinois general assembly to endeavor
j to secure the passage of an amend-
ment to the law governing the es
tablishment and maintenance of free
tuberculosis sanatoriums, to permit
the city to acquire a site and main
tain a sanatorium outside of the city
; limits. Adopted on motion of Alder
! man Thompson.
! Alderman McNealy moved that the
! clerk be directed to forward the re
quest to the representatives in the
I general assembly. Carried.
J The mayor named Warren H. Reck
, as a member of the board of trustees
'of the free tuberculosis sanatorium,
i to succeed W. A. Rosen field. On mo-
tion of Alderman Frick the appoint-
1 ment was conurmea oy unanimous
Alderman Simser made verbal
'charges of corruption in connection
with bids for fire hose for the city.
Alderman McNealy moved that the
I mayor name a committee of three
j to investigate the charges made by
! Alderman Simser. Carried. The
j mayor named as such committee Al
i dermen Stephens, Huff and Thomp
Alderman Cochran submitted an
ordinance for the widening by con
demnation. Second avenue between
j Twenty-third and Twenty-fourth
-streets, and moved its immediate
Alderman Cochran moved the
adoption of the ordinance as read.
Adopted by unanimous vote.
Alderman Schmid read a petition
for the vacation of that part of Firi
avenue, formerly Water street, which
lies between Second avenue, formerly
Illinois Btreet, and Third avenue, for
merly Orleans street, and submitted
an ordinance for said vacation and
moved Its immediate consideration.
Carried. On motion of Alderman
Frick the ordinance was referred to
the street ' and alley committee to
report next Monday.
Alderman McNealy moved that the
council meet in committee of the
whole Thursday afternoon to inspect
the new filter plant, and consider
such other matters as may come up.
AlJerman McNealy submitted a
report from the waterworks commit
tee recommending that the contract
!for wiring at the filter plant for' the
j90-horse power motor be awarded to
(the Pittsburgh Filter Manufacturing
'company for $190, the work to be
i done by union electricians. Adopted
; 12 to i (FtIcIO.
'I : Alderman-McNealy offered a reso
lution that when the council meets
In the volume of business done
In the attendance
In the strength of the values
This sale has set a new pace. If values count,
tomorrow will he one of our busiest days. i
Building work is progressing, forcing somei
departments into less ana less space , ana n
causing others to be moved about. . t .
TEe sale tf women's lace shoes at $1.49 and $1.95 j
It is features like this that is making our "New-Building" sale so helpful to the economical persons. We 7
are now sold out of some sizes in some of the styles, owing to the heavy selling yesterday and today,' i
but even at that the assortment still affords a good selection. Two large lots, as follows:
$3, 3.50 and $4 shoes, patent $1 49 $2.50, $2.95 and $3.50 shoes, $-f 95
1a-a-Viar rt-nA Twinp r"3 If cVin -JL Hull 1 a -fVi fT nnd viri Inn.
dull leather and vici kid,
Women's & children's golf gloves
Women's 59e golf gloves, brown and navv, 42c
Women's 39 & 50c blk knitted mittens, 33c
Children's 39c knitted Gloves and Mittens, 22c
Women's 25c Vests, sizes 4, 5, 621c
Women's $1.39 wool Vests and Pants for 98c
Children's 50 and 75c wool Pants, soiled, 39c
Women's 85c wool Vests & Pants, sizes, 4-6, 55c
Small children's dresses, 25 and 39c
Gingham plain pink, blue and checks, 1, 2& 4
yrs. "Bunny" Suits, 2 to 6 yrs., chambray in
pink and tan; pants and skirt in one, at 50c
25c roll of Absorbent cotton, 13c.
25c jars Peroxide Cream clears the skin,jil9c ,
22c size "Bathasweet." powder for bathJLl8c ;
10c' Cade-Ola" Tar Soap, bar 7c; 3 fori 19o J
15c "Pyralin" dressing combs, 10cf
25c Hat Brushes, imitation ebony bacjes, 17c
25c "Queen" Borated talcum powderjlb. 15cf ,
25c "De Jeans face Powder, per.boxat 20cy
48 cent Books, popular fictioni, 3c
A few leading titles: "Red Boek.f Page.
"Little Shepherd of Kingdom Come, "IFox, Jr. 1
'Baffles,' Hornung, 'The Sky Pilot,'4Connor
New silk poplins, 24 inches wide, $1 quality, 79cyd.
.Tncf nnpnpri' TIipv nro rndinnt in their beautv of color and pattern. Thev are a collection onnihuv
er got while in New York last week. The patterns are strictly new and include the clover W.f de-
sign. llie color range memoes oiacK, suvcr grav, ouc, re.seua, ran, pongee, axiu nee imu. vi., txic
Went Alule, Fmt
$1.95, 27x54 Axminster rugs, 1.39
$?.T5, 36x72 Smyrna Rugs, reversible, $2.45
Single Blankets grav, colored borders, 22c
$1.25 to $2.00 Bathrobe Blankets, soiled, 69c
R 8c linen glass toweling, yd 64 c
3?e turkey red Table Clothing, per yard, 15c
(9c embroidered Dresser Covers, eacji 50c
13c, 45-inch Pillow Cases, each, only 12c
Closing out Pyrography designs
$2.93 Alco Burning Outfits, 2.50; $1.25 ones 98c
49c Pipe Racks, 35c; 69c Foot Stools for 55c
79c Placques, G5c; 55c ones, 45c; 22c ones, 18c
5c wall papers, to close out, tcRI21A cXh
8c Wall Papers for halls and parlors,ioll 4VcH
25c striped and chambray papers in dainty h
colors with cut l orders to match, roll, 35c. h
40c beaten cream chocolates, lib. 2Sc J
15c Peanut Squares, crisp delic'u is, lb. lt)c
JUc. .Mint Drops, good flavor, tomorrow,!!. 8c
20c Turkish Fruit Paste, tomorrow?; lb. '12.
Women's thread silk hose,f89c pr.
The best value we have had forUhe money.
Full fashioned and have lisle top and lisle
foot, thus lengthening the wear. Per pairp;89c
Interesting lace and embroidery specials
27-in. Flouncings in Irish point,
English eyelet and French cm
broidery, $1.98 value, at $1.39
27-inch Flouncings and 18-inch
Corset Cover Embroideries in
eyelet and openwork patterns.
89c values for 6214c per yard.
18-inch Flouncings in eyelet and
openwork on cambric and swiss.
48c values for 33c yard.
Insertion to match, yard, 25c
Embroidery Flouneings and Cor
set Cover Embroideries in eyelet
and open work patterns. 33c
values, special at per yard, 25c
Piatt Val., Normandy Val. and
imitation Duches laces in match
ed sets. 2 to 8 inches wide. 15c
values, special, per yard, 10c
White and ecru, cotton and linen
Cluny Laces and Insertion.
French & German Val. Edgings
and Insertions to match, vd. 5c
nn 1 itivivi
Thursday In committee of the whole
the matter of employing the neces
sary men and a chemist to operate
the new filter plant be considered.
Alderman Stephens moved that the
mayor instrut the police officers to
enforce the ordinance relative to
tacking of signs on telephone and
telegraph poles. Carried.
Alderman Rorst moved that the
waterworks committee and aldermen
of the ward present a report on the
Forty-fifth street watermain project.
The clerk read a petition
that a light be placed at Forty-first
street and Fourteenth avenue'. Al
derman Leaf moved that the peti
tion be referred to the fire and lieht
committee to report next Monday.
council Immediately, be demanded. ! modern styles of association an biter- , but one com (union to be drawn, rn
Following a discussion of the motion turcs. Some fine buildings km rep-! that is that ll k Island Is prett;
and a statement by Alderman Sim-1 rt-Pt-nteri in the list and the floor! badly behind th times In the prn
ser that he had not charged that any plans thatare shown indicate some-(vision It makes for its young im i
alderman or c!ty official was Impli- thlng of the scope f the work that'and boys.
rated In the alleged attempt to in-. j being carried on in modern asso-
fluence members of the council injciations.
tne selection or nre nose i.y means; i ii purpose or th!s exhibit is t
of a jackpot. Aiderman Frick "w ith- I Kiv e the local members an idea of
drew the motion. 'what they may expect when the time I
Mayor McCaskrin presented a tomes for Rock Island to fall into!
message relative to the charges, and j line with a new building, and also
askiDg that the council request Al-i
derman Simser to present to the!
council not later than Thursday af-
asking i ternoon any specific charges that be'
many have relative to any attempt to in
fluence members, of the council by
overtures for the payment of cash
to show them what, the memberr. In
other places hate done. Tht exhibit
will be left on view for soiu days and
anyone who is interested In see
ing what it shos of up to date as
sociation work Is imited to call and
When ore compares the local
Alderman Frick moved that the . building and equipment with tho
message be received nd the recom-
The Old Reliable
J. V. WUIUuson'a nw and :
band store has returned to Rock It
land and will be conducted undo
the firm name of Carney A Tbomp
son. It runs JuV the same as "J
P. ' used to run It. We will pn.
more for your goods and sell cneape
than aoyone else.
CARNEY & THOMPSON
vi: Moitt 000 1 w.
Alderman .uoeaiy moved that a j nidation adopted and that
recess be taken to allow the com-!.A,,..n a tv. ii.m.M ,.t
rrt I ' no Tin .' InrAsdiyot. tia . ... . . . '
mince i.co.ijsoio derman simser mat no a'nerman or
charges made by Alderman Simser to j ,.Uv 0ffjrui vas implicated In the
in other cities many of smaller pop- Old rhone 10KJ. 1323 Second Aft
ulatlon titan Rock Island, there is JUxk Island, I1L
deal be made of
On reassembling ( Alderman Ste-j record. Carried,
phens excused). Alderman Thomp-j M. T. HI'IjGKKN', City Clerk,
son from the special committee re-j I hereby certify that the above is
ported asking for further time, as a true and complete record of the
Alderman Simser is not ready at this proceedings of the city council of
time to substantiate the charges. j Rock Island. 111., at the meeting held
Alderman Frick moved that thelFeb. 6, l&ll. ROY A. SEARS,
report be not accepted and that the f
council demand an explanation Im- BUILDING PLANS SHOWN
mediately from Alderman simser
relative to charges of posting of a
jackpot in connection with the pur
chase of fire hose. Carried.
Alderman Simser declined to make
a further explanation.
Views of V. M. C. . Kullriing Kwtt
eI in fnrwr Cities.
There has been put Into place tt
the Rock Island V. M. C. A. building
Alderman Frick moved that if an an exhibit of buildings and building
explanation is refused, the resigna-! plans . gathered from various rltlVs
tion of Aiderman Simser from the throughout the country showing'
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