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THE ROCK ISLAND AKGTJS, TUESDAY, APRIL 11, 1911.
JUNE 2 IS DATE
Program for Commencement
Week at Local High School
NUMBER EVENTS PLANNED
Student Body to Hear Lecture
Edward II. Light of Beloit
Principal A. J. Burton has arranged
a schedule of the many Important
events at Hock Island high school that
follow so quickly upon -each other just
at the end of thi school year. The
dates have bec-n set for the usual af
" fairs of commencfmeTJt week, and com
mittees of bo'h students and teachera
are arranging for the programs cf J
these affairs. The school calendar is ;
April 12 Cross country run. Pre
liminary contest in declamation for
both boys and girls. Address to school
by General Secretary Edward H. Light
tf Beloit college.
April 20 Spelling contest for boss of
the seventh and eighth grades.
April 21 Final declamatory 'contest
for girls here.
April 28 dee club concert.
May 3 Spelling contest for girls of
seventh and eighth grades.
May 6 Tri-city track meet.
May 20 Big Eight track meet and
May 28 Baccalaureate sermon.
May 31 Junior excursion for sen
iors. June 1 Class day.
June 2 Commencement. s
June 3 Alumni reunion.
The schedule does not contain any
mention of senior day, the day annually
set aside for the expression of the
school reluctance that the seniors are
to leave forever. The observance of
senior day has become a pretty custom
In the school. It is not a dress affair,
but is one of the usual general assem
bly periods, the other students pay the
graduating class the courtesy cf rising
as they enter, and there are appropri
ate remarks and muclc. It Is expected
that the day will soon be set aside for
the forgetting of all pist differences in
Vie hour of farewell.
The preliminary contests to decide
who shall represent the local school
in the big eight declamatory contests
at Princeton and Rock Island April
21, are to be held in the assembly to
morrow evening after school. There
are but two boys entered in the pre
liminary contest tomorrow, Glen Frey
of the junior class and Carl Helpen
stell of the freshman class. On the
other hand there are four girls enter
ed. Irene Goldstone and Gladys Dun-
leavy. Juniors, and Marion Cieaveland
and Cora Emery, sophomores.
A I.I. TO HAVE CJ1ANCE.
Arrangements for the cross country
run have been about completed by
Clarence Budelier, Kenneth Moore
head, and Irving Wright, the commit
tee in charge. With the assistance of
Mr. Hill, they have selected a com so
of about two miles, the larger part of
which is upon unpaved streets. This
will be a great convenience to the
runners as there Is nothing much
more difficult than running on brick
pavements. The plan, which was the
idea of Principal A. J. Burton, seems
an admirable one, as it gives the
smaller man an equal chance to do
something for his claes with the larg
er one. Every man who crosses the
finish line Is to receive a poin;, the
last man, the next two, and so on. An
additional 25 points is to go to the
Synonymous With Good
A woman cf good breeding
never r.c?!c?ts her hands. If she
is wise she wjil make frequent
.visits to some competent mani
curist. Well cared for nails make you
immune from criticism. Do not
risk going into a drawing room,
theatre, hotel or any public place
without having your nails mani
cured. This branch of our busi
ness receives special attention.
Maniciirinir 3.V, except on Sat
urday; Katurtlay 50c.
Young & McCombs
Sect nl Floor.
la cluire of IVauty isLcp.
In the past we hove striv
en to win the confidence-of
this community. Its belief
in U3f ita entire trust, is the
prize that of all others we
aim to keep.
By our deeds and words
we seek to establish this
bond of Confidence between
the public and ourselves. To
this end we have endeavored
in the past to make our an
nouncements in simple lan
guage impossible to miscon
strue, and this same policy
will be carried out in the fu
ture. Truth is the very soul of
advertising. We wish our
advertisements to be taken
literally. In them we say
only what we mean and we
promise onlv what we can
We desire to maintain in
the future the same honor
able traditions that have
characterized this firm's his
tory. Advertising is one of
the principal contact points
with the public, and upon
the quality of it, to a great
extent, depends our success.
Therefore our announce
ments, by their candor,
truthfulness and straight
forwardness, have helped us
to build up a large and
The high cost of food sup
plies make it more necessary
than ever for the wage earn
er and public in general to
buy their household goods
on credit. We handle noth
ing but goods of reliable
construction and up-to-date
ftnish. Everything we sell
is absolutely guaranteed by
us and all goods are sold on
GO days free trial. This
means that you can take the
article home and if same
docs not meet your approv
al, we will cheerfully ex
change same for you. Our
terms of credit are the most
liberal in the tri-cities. We
tlo not allow ourselves to be
undersold by any one, and
any article you see advertis
ed by Summerfield's is an
exact cut of same, and will
always be found on our
Iftfl! exact cut of same, and will &Wmmy 'Sr nights. We Till make an ap- vp .
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first, 2) to tl.e second. 15 to the third,
and 10 to the fourth. Already 60 have
hare him address the student
sometime during the day.
LKCTIHE BY LIGHT.
WOMEN LOSE IN BAY STATE
Massachusetts Senate Kills Equal
Boston, Mass., April 11. A last ef
fort to obtain favorable consideration
by the legislature this year on woman
suffrage failed in the senate yesterday,
only six members voting in favor cf
such a bill, while there were 31 votes
against it. The house defeated a like
bill last week.
j i .iccipai Burton is in receipt or m
communication from Edward H. Light,
'general secretary of Beloit college,
I stating that he win visit the. school
Mr. Burton is arranging to
j Mrs. John Drew Better.
j McLeansboro, 111. "About five
; years ago." says Mrs. John L. Drew
!of this place, "I was afflicted with
j pains r.nd irregularity every month.
I sunVrfd continually, was weak and
despondent and unable to do my
! housework. I took Cardui and in
one mcnth I felt like a new woman
;and worked hard all summer. I am
. now in r-erfeet health and recom-
mend Cardui to all suffering wo
i men." Every day, during the put
1 50 years, Cardui has been steadily
i forging ahead as a result of its
'proven value in female troubles. It
"Black Hand" Men Sentenced.
Newark. N. April 11. Seven
years at hard labor tn state's prison
was the sentence meted out to each
of four of a Black Rand band in the
common pleas court here yesterday.
Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver
Tablets assist nature in dj-ivin? all
impurities out of the system, insur
ing a free and regular condition and
restoring the organs of the body to
r.t - acacLe. bacKacce, wo-
misery and puts fresh j health and strength.
into weary bodies. Try It. I druggists.
The Home of the Outfits
WHISTLE HALTS THE TRIAL
Confusion Follows Hlaat in Camomi
1 1 paring and Judge .Acts.
Vltc-rbo, April 11. President Bian
hi's method cf dealing with di3turbanc
KERLER RUG COMPANY
Carpet and Rag Cleaners and
At your home or at our fac
tory. We will figure on your
work for all kinds of cleaning.
Rugs made from your old
wornout carpets. We sew and
make over, in fact, w do ev
erything pertaining to carpets,
rugs., mattresses and feathers.
1710 Fourth Avenue.
Old phone 692 new phone 5134
Sold by all
Tr; i.iiiiMiniir --mlli tli
m$W$ if la
t i JOS
es at the trial of the Camorrists is ti
suspend the sitting. Yesterday a whis
tle from among the spectators was suf
ficient to start a commotion that ended
only when adjournment was declared.
mingham and Montgomery, two of
Alabama's chief cities, dropped the
aldermanlc form of municipal adminis
tration yesterday for a system of com
mission government Birmingham
Giacomo Ascrittore was under inter
rogation. ABcrittore is charged with
having falsely denounced Tomasso de
Angelis and Gaetano Amedeo as the
murderers of Gennaro Cuoccolo and
"One day," said Ascrittore, "Amedeo
being drunk, said there was raacb mis
apprehension in the public mind re
garding the Cuoccolo affair. He said
that only $120 was divided among the
murderers, though some persons secur
ed great profit by selling the furniture
from the home of the CuoccoIob."
At this point a whistle shriek start
led every one in the room. The law
yers sprang to their feet in Indignant
protest, and in the confusion the presi
dent announced that the Bitting was
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Montgomery. Ala, April n.BIr. all parts of the eouau-y first
Furnished complete at a
saving in cost
Those who appreciate the
artistic, in home furnishings
will find much to admire in
the complete home outfits.
We are now supplying
the people of the tri
cities and vicinities. These
outfits are for homes of
3, 4, 5, 6, 7 and 8 rooms.
The furnishings are from
the foremost makers of
the country and in the as
sembling of the various ar
ticles to be included in these
outfits we have exercised
care to see that when in
stalled the outfit should give
to each home that distinc
tiveness and refined ele
gance which is so much de
sired by the enterprising
people of the present day as
a sample of how pretty a
home can be furnished. We
invite you to visit our pret
ty furnished cottage, all
complete, for housekeeping.
See how pretty a home can
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and on the liberal terms of
$15 cash and $10 a month.
Come in and let us trans
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picture by thinking the fam
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yourself free rein. Bring
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that we'll show you and if
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first failure. Won't you
bring in the young lady and
let us go over the proposi
tion with both of you, or if
the young man is employed
in the day time we are open
Wednesday land Saturday
nights. We fill make an ap
pointment with you for any
evening you desire .
has three city commissioners
Montogmery has five.
the news an the t;mc The
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manently. It will train your stomach and
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wii. m uas
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