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THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS, SATURDAY, MARCIT 18, 1911.
His Work Among People ofj
Ireland Told of at Allouez j
Council Celebration. !
HIS PART IN EDUCATION
Address Are Given hy William Mc
Eniry and J. K. Murphy Mu
sical Program Also.
St. Patrick's iav was observed last I
evening by Allouez council. Knights
of Columbus, at the society's hall. A
large number of the members and
friends attended the entertainment. 1
A delightful musical program was
enjoyed and speeches fitting to the
occasion were made by James
F. Murphy and William J. McEniry, j
both of this city. Arrangements had
been made for an address by Mau
rice F. Donegan. city attorney of
iJavpcT.r-;. but he was unable to be
p-cx- iniz to his having been
' i-! the city suddenly on
I Mrs. Mae Richards Casey
. who v as to have render-
' ''. v.-as unable to be
' !i-. VcKniry
The items listed in this advertisement are a fair example of the sensational offerings
that emphasize this store's leadership and underselling ability and still they are no more
remarkable than the values we offer at all times in every department of this immense
establishment. No matter what you need in home furnishings you are sure to save
money by making your selections here, and you are sure of the BIGGEST stock,
LOWEST prices and BEST treatment of any store in the tri-cities.
Everything Marked in Plain Figures.
"1 how t!;e
..a in hiB memory.
The speakers aeived into history tell
in bow the patron saint of the
Irish people had come Into Ireland .
and worked among the people of j
that country, who at the time were j
far Inferior to those of the conti
nent. The effect St. Patrick's pres- I
ence had on the Inhabitants of the 1
country and how they were almost ,
Immediately lifted up and educated ,
through his work was spoken of.
The speakers told of what the Irish i
race owed their patron saint and how ,
they to the present day honored him,
this custom extending over a period
Of 1,500 years. j
FAVOI19 VOTES FOR WOMEN. '
Mr. McEniry following his talk on 1
C t VatrifXr aTinlra iirlflv rin wntnnri
suffrage, he having been requested' j?
previously by some of the ladies : k
present to discuas the subject. He i4
used as a means of showing women's, J
rights the part they had taken in fj
history and It was Mr. McEniry 's , IS
idea that It was a good thing if they , Nj
were allowed to vote. This pleased f
the ladles greatly, but the men were H
somewhat reluctant to give any ap-, H
pluuse following Mr. McEnlry's talk
on the subject. fj
Following Is the program for the
evening as given, and as arranged by j-i
V. E. Hogan, lecturer for Alloue j$
Selection Knights of Columbus yi
quartet, Messrs. Roantree, .NuU,
Burt and Huestoa; Miss Roantree,
Violin solo Klnnle Liens; Frank
Address James F. Murphy.
Vocal solo Mr6. J. B. Lachncr
.Miss Loretta Hannon, accompanist.
Whistling solo Charles Roantree;
Miss Roantree, accompanist.
Vocal solo Miss Amanda Schmidt,
Mies Adele Gelger, accompanist.
Address William J. McEuiry.
Miss Mary McUiuley, who Is teach
er of elocution at the Villa de Chan
tal, gave a reading that was greatly
This Big S12.00 Value
Exactly like picture, Just as
fine in looks and just as fine in
quality. Golden oak, beautifully
This ail Cotton Felt
This Is not a mattress that Is got
ten up just for a price, it is a mat
tress that is made for comfort and
durability. Ask the salesman to
show it to you.
These Davenports won't last long
at this price
Just think of it, a bed davenport upholstered in Doston leather,
built of oak, the upholstering is nicely tufted, and opens up to
a full size bed at night, has a box underneath in which to 'store
clothes. Don't fail to get one.
,fTrml I I
If you want soruetbn' buy
one of these. The bed has always
sold for $12.50. Just think of the
value it must be when we offer it
for $8.50. This bed has heavy two
Inch posts with heavy fillers.
One motion folding
Is attractive In appearance,
large, roomy, enclosed bodies, ex
cellent spring, is made as good as
possible and is a bargain at the
ub" Great Sprim
DSmi$ sand Canrpetf
It looks like we are prepared for all the rug and carpet business in the tri-cities. The lines are so immense. Who is even going: to think of selecting floor coverings from ordinary lim
ited stocks when the great Clemann & Salzmann's fourth-floor display offers such wonderful greater opportunity. We made the variety so big that you can't possibly bo disappoint,
ed; we made the prices so remarkable that there's no chance to draw back; we made the quality so good that you just can't help being pleased at Clemann & Salzmann's,
Tapestry Brussels Hug 9x12
Dandy new designs,
A brand new assortment just in
in quality that is won
derful for the money,
Our Special NO SEAM
Brussels rug, 9x12, the biggest factory in the world has
eclipsed itself in -pattern fT
beauty this spring. See Sr$i
this line before you buy S
A bigger variety of designs and colorings at this price at
our store than you'll
find at other stores at
double the price ....
Wiiton Velvet Rug 9x12
The Famous (Go-Cert
State of Ohio, city of Toledo, Lu
cas county, ss. Frank J. Cheney
makes oath that he Is senior partner
of the firm of F. J. Cheney & Co.,
doing business In the city of To
ledo county and state aforesaid, and
that said firm will pay the sum of
one hundred dollars for each and ev-'
ery case of catarrh that cannot be :
cured by the use of Hall s Catarrh j
Cure. FRANK J. CHENEY.
Sworn to before me and subscribed 1
in my presence this 6th day of De-j
cember, A. D., 1886. ;
(Seal) A. D. OLEASON,
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken In-1
tei rally and acts directly on the'
Mood and mucous surfaces of the j
system, bend for testimonials free.
F. J. CHENEY & CO..
Sold by all druggists, 76 cents.
Take Halls Family Pills for constipation.
bib rjn- t
Leaders for 50 Years.
A new shipment of the "Whitney"
baby carriages, preambulators, Eng
lish chases and go-carts Just unload
ed. Twenty-five patterns of this
"beet for mother, best for baby"
Whitney lino is shown by us exclus-
'vely. We have
ieni up from .
carriages are just one sea
son in advance of all other
for the Automatic and Leonard clean
able refrigerators. The world's best
Reversible art square rugs, 9x12 size, big
selection, extra quality, price '
Hodges' "Hofi" fiber matting the regular
60c quality, now only, per yard
The $22.00, $18.00 and $16. SO rf fi g(f
mattresses, now only 1 JfJf
Every Woman FaSSs In
You wouldn't keep house
another day without the low
priced Hoosier if you knew
how many miles of steps this
wonderful kitchen cabinet
would save you. The Hoosier
brings your materials to your
fi:nger tips. It enables you to
do your kitchen work In half
the time. A million women
in the United Status now have
kitchen cabinets. Nearly half
of this million have Houaicrs.
Why not you?
1 I 1
Corner Sixteenth Street and Second Svenue
Any Woman Can Have It by I'slng !
J'ariNiiui Saie. j
Madam: If your hair isn't just
what you would like it to be, why !
don't you use Parisian Sage. j
If it does not put life and luster;
Into the hair ar.d cause it to grow !
abundantly you can have your money
back from the Harper house phar
"I cannot say enough in Its favor, j
Two years ago 1 lost all my hair. I
Rock Sslsnd, IBSinois
-y aw: .y
Hundred Illinoisans at
Banquet at Los Angeles
DINNER OF FEDERATED STATE SOCIETIES IS HELD
SMOKELESS, WINELESS, HATLESS.
I jos Angeles, Oil.. March 17. One point. He told the newly made Call-
Among those at the table reserved Uilie Ford Buell and Mrs. J. B. Lock-
jfor the Illinoisans were the following: ; wood, Kockford; William Lawrence,
! H. Aldrich. Horace Anthony and ' nr' Jwi8 A- Fere ar,d lrene wu,mer'
, ,. t ! sringfleld ; W. H. Webber, William O.
Charles R. Gelz, Sterling; W. A. Hen-' Karpe and Gfe0rge M Ilerby Urharia:
nessey, Dr. E. G. Howard and James i T. AusTermc-11, Peter J. Mangels and
McGuire, Streator: Frank E. Allen. j. h. Merriam. Alton; Arthur W. lien
! William W..Kl.1erkin and John Iam- ton, g. m. Casler and Edith K. Miller,
;bert, Joliet; Mr. and Mrs. . W. Cum-1 Aurora; W. C. Buckanan, I.ucian D. C.
miags, R. U iAbbe and E. E.. fahadley. ! t;ray and William B. McCuIley. Bello
Kankakee; John . Campbell. John H. jville; A. S. Harder, Mr. and Mrs. I'..
vears ago i iom au my nair. i . .... u ... , Cord and C. J. Gilmore, Macomb; Mr. Grant Ashmore and Carl Maxwell Can
Parisian Saite advertised and hundred former residents of Illinois sat fornians that they must be loyal to tho i . a '.. : tyrant Asumore ana tari aiaxweii, can,
laris.an f f eri1"" . ,L. . .... ... ... and Mrs. D. S. Grove, Mrs. Anna Ham- ton : Thomas A. McNeal E. A. Warns
thoupht I would try It. Before I down at the table reserved for Illinoi j traditions of their old homes, and
had finished us!n the first bottle Ecg Hamburger hall tonight, when
ny hair had stopped railing ana myjthe dporB were fiung ppen for lhe Bec
head was covered with new hair:
nlso removed a!l dandruff and today
1 hsve a lorely head of hair.
I think Parisian Sage the best hair
rretnrpr and dandruff cure in the
world today. It also makes the hair j
rlean. fluffy and silky; and l wouia
recommend it to every one who
v ishes a hair restorer and beauti
fier." Miss Mary E. Dickson. 2 87
South avenue, Bridgeton. N. J.. 1910.
For men. women and children.
thro i ro hair preparation that
end annual banquet of the Federated
State Societies of Southern California.
In all there were more than twenty-five
hundred folk there, and practically ev
ery state in the union and all (he prov
inces in Canada wore represented.
The most prominent speaker was for-
warned them that they would find It
hard, even if they wished to do so. to
loosen the ties that bound them to their
Hon. W. L. Eaton cf Des Moines fol
lowed with a talk on the "Work of the
Pioneer and His Place in History."'
The alms cf the Federation of State
and Mrs. D. S. Grove, Mrs. Anna Ham-i ton; Thomas A. McN'eal. E. A. Warns
ilton and C. J. Holliday, Monmouth ;! t-y and George Wright, Centralia:
Arthur Carver, W. U Coyne and W. d. , Thomas J. MCarey. I O. Ktllam and !
McKee, Rock Island; Mr. and Mrs. F
O. Moore, Mrs. E. J. Poste and John
Poste, Pontiac; Mary U Henley, G. L
Matthews and Willis C. Noble. Mat
toon; S. W. Odell, Adam Wheelock
and J. W. Wulff. Moline; Martha
Brown, John P. Fitzgerald and Thomas
McAlpine, Ottawa; Lloyd Champion
rquals Parisian 3age; ft never dis-
Ed J. Becker. Ed wards ville; G. F. Mar
tin, Mrs. S. J. Carr and Annie Ander
son, Dixon; Mrs. 8. H. E. Hu.It.ted.:
Charles Hatch and C. M. iidd. W'uu
kegan; Mr. and Mrs. H. P. ixjry. It. K.
Manning and H. I. Xai;- i-'t-v. aiit-t ;
J. H. Baker, Mrs. I v. is Kit In r an 1 ,
J. F. IJ:dlr. Elgin; Mr. and Mrs. It. S.
Stoneman, Mrs. Dr. Mills and Robert
M. Keever, Free port; Mrs. I. M. Barry,
Ed S. Cauiijbt II and Dr G-orge E '
Iam. l',uU s:tur ; Kate lJak-rville, R. '
H. Craig and Mr. abd Mrs. J. N. Mor
The oflficfrs of the Illlrio! State -:
ciety of Southern Califcrnit are: 1
President, J. K. Barrtr.-; vice .r-si-
dTits, (j. H. Moore, A. W. p. rode ati 1 i
Dr. D. I). Sua:; secretary and trertuer,
John E. Murray.
nes Oh:son g". e an cr;aii vil'iTitar;-.
The Vmse-i KHtli'riii and Noii.i
ll'tbun 'I.'hii Kindly Kiijlit"
in memory of tii; :.i'r- J'rnfi m r
Frank il. Mall .t Aurorn, wIic.m';
death occurred rtc-ntly.
Dumb Chills and Fever. MERCER TEACHERS MEET
Douglasville, Te. "Five years
ago, I was caught in the rain at the
.t t ; . f: T .1 r ... t
rung t i iu , wutea -miob ju ii i ivuiu-)
erford of Douglasville, "and from i
that time, was taken with dumb
Societies were outlined by Its vice
mer Vice President Charles W. Fair-! president, Edward Winterer, who spoke Fred LaJferty and Fred Wfllard. Dan-
backs, and care wss taken that the j on "Our Federation." Eugene W. Cha ; vllle; William Whitchel, W. B. King
famous "cocktail incident" was not re- fln, prohibition candidate at the las: and Mr. and Mrs. B. I Bear, Dec.a
patid, for the dinner mas what one of j national election for the presidency.
was the next speaker. He urged a com
mercial combination between Arizona
New Mexico and California. The Pan
ama canal's probable effect on the coun
try as & whole, and especially to the
west and south, was the subject on
srv!" it'h, or n-oney bark. Sold by i " leuuy & nae :c-er aynn :ne iiiiicn aamuei it. van bant, rorroergov
tvV Harder bo ise rhirmacy und ! ttrenuous deys ihet have passed," Hisjtrcor of M!nr.eots, spoke. Matt S.
. ... ...L. J . .. t li. 1 J . . I, . t j . . n T. -i . t- v ... i . . . ...
crrEg"'st3 everywhere, i.arge oottie wn wur muunj, u aim tuu j nusiin ci rucacm wuudu up ins pre- i r. o. retertou ta . k. iimiDger. a reineay ior women s ins. it has no ;
60 cents. 1 dress was short aad very much to the gram with a ulk on California. i Chicago; Mrs. Charlotte Anderson, Mr, j equal. Try it. Price f 1. J
the officers of the federation called "a
wlneires, smokeless, drlnkless, hatless,
but cot a m!lt W affair."
Fairbanks, who was the first of the
r.ppcinfs: it does just what tne
imarirnn nickcrc a.lvert'se It tO do.
It banish dandruJT. kills the dan- fPi. m iatreduetd by Frank W.
druff cerra. etrns falling ba'r ori"' luc
IUnr,: i rJrV1 T7ried eveythr,;;
and Frank S. Thede. Peoria ; Carolyn ; that , tfeou h woul(J hel and ha(J
Tenk, Otto D. Harris snd J. E. Abbott,. four di;rereEt doctor8. but gfct no re. !
Quincy; George 8. Adolph. Albert M. ef RO , began to take Cardul. Now!
Dunn and Charles H. Shaver, Bloom- , fee, better than in uany months."!
ington; Harry Gray. Vivian Orr and Cardui does one thing, and does it
William L. Winans, Cairo; L. Bums. well. That's the secret of Its 50 i
Charles F. Hamilton and Mrs. M. 3. j years cf success. A a tonic, there is!
Robbies, Champ?Jgn; Stanley Dubois. ! nothing in the drug store like it. As;
Hundred and Fifty at Spring Iiiiiti
tut; Held at Abiiu.
Aledo, 111, 'March 18. (Special
The Mercer county teachers' inst.
tute held In Alitlo yesterday wa
largely attended. Oce hundred and
fifty out of the It", teachers of the
county weie iref-i,t and a large
number of viaitinij riends. The
fpeaktrn. Mi. -a Cora M. Hamilton of
Macomb, L. C. Lcrd cjf Charleston,
III., and Justice Of.orge A. Cooke of
Aledo, gavj very iriteresting ai-dreesc-s.
The muBif was furnished by
the Aledo high school pupils and
those of the grades. Professor Han-
Chamterl. ilt.'s Storuaih acid I.lvc-r
Tal.lets aru safe, sure and re'iab!)-,
a ati have ben pra'sed t ' thousand
of v.cru-u v.ho havir b n restored l
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Belter Than Spanking.
Hp.inking Mill not cure t.llri;ij cf
'M-tMng the: h-ci, b'-' a uc It Is not
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('. H. Rowan Dreg r-ou.pa;iy, d-part-inc
nt 4'J, Chicago, II'., have Aim-jo-erc-d
a strictly haimUkk, ' i.evc-r
failing c urs ft r th a ..Ar niiS, d -eas-
snd lo u.j-.ke knor.ii U luur'Ai
they will b-nu a 1-1 paikalt" f -curtly
wrapped ar.d pncj)ai:I aLhC
lutcly frc; fi any reader of The Ar
gus. This remedy aino cm fi
'lut-nt desire to urinate and I:ia!,:j:t
to control unrs during the i.lgl.t or
i'ajr In old or joti.g. The C. II.
Rowan Diu rotnpati Is an old rel -abl
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