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THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS, FRIDAY, JULY 14, 1911.
A FINE PICNIC DAY
bdd Fellows Enjoy Ideal Con-
ditions for Their Ninth
the other. One was purchased In Rey
nolds and the other in Aledo. Arrargv
ments to place the blacks in different
departments for service will be male
HOBOES ARE ROUNDED UP
A Score Spend the Night Behind the
A score of hoboes was rounded np
last night by Captain James Rey-
! nolds. Detective Caulfield and Of
for Six j cers Kinney and Pearson. The great
er number of them were sent out of
town this morning and were warned
i against another visit. The others
j were turned bark into cells and will
tv. HH,vfv f, h. rrf Kvn hearings on various charges.
'AT CAMPBELL'S ISLAND
;Big Attendance Looked
j Lodges In County and Daven
j port Participating.
bellows of this county and of Daven-
Jrt as they gathered today at Camp-
sell's island for their ninth annual
picnic in the woods. "With fairly cool
weather prevailing and the conditions
otherwise ideal, the indications this
morning were that a new record of at
tendance would be set In the evening,
kt which time most of the members of
the six participating lodges together
iwlth their wives and children are ex
pected to be present. Tbe attendance
was not limited to this county and Dav
jenport alone as there are many visit
ing Odd Fellows from nearby parts of
fixe state. State Grand MaBter J. K.
IDa vies of Chicago was present as were
several other rand officers. The
e and master was scheduled for the
Principal address of the afternoon pro
gram. t HAVE ATHtETir RVT7T.
1 The committee on entertainrnpnt ar
ranged a fine list of events for the af
fernoon. They were for the wives and
fchildren of the members as well as for
the members themselves. For the roost
art the t-vents were racs and there
were many valuable prizes. The feat
ure of the afternoon's program was a
jball game between the married men
sand the single men. The evening is to
fje given over to dancing in the House-Jn-the-woods.
ROCK ISLAND, ILLINOIS.
Horry! Hurry! Horry!
RD AVE THROUGH TO 2ND AVE.
Come Tomorrow, Saturday
&EW TEAM FOR CENTRALS
fliay Ilorse Are Purchased to Re
t place Pair of Blacks.
? A splendid team of bay horses was
purchased yc-urriay afternoon by tlie
city commission to replace the blacks
hn the Central base wagon. The pH.:e
Was $."00. One of the horses welg'n
f.omethin like 1 0 pounds more than
GATES' HEART IS WEAKER
But American Finanejpr. Ill In Pari.
Paris, July 14. Throughout the
day there was a procession of in
quirers at the hotel where John A.
Gates lies critically ill. One hun
dred and fifty cable messages from
Ampriean fripnds were received.
GatPs passed a fairly good night.
Congestion of the kidneys is some
what relieved. His heart, for the
first time, showed signs of weakness
this morning, but it recovered
PLAGUE INVADES MOROCCO
Bubonic Pest Breaks Out In Various
Par of Country.
Tangiers. July 14. Coupled with
the European invasion, the bubonic
plague has broken out in various
parts of Morocco. The Moors have
taken to the hills, leaving the whites
to battle with tbe complex situation.
ONLY MINOR DISORDERS
Threats of Paris Revolutionary Ele
ment Not Carried Out.
Paris, July 14. Threats by the revo
lutionary element to mar the national
fete with violence failed up to nooo.
The only incidents were minor dis
orders by a band of young royalists.
The annual review of troops at Long
Champs was a magnificent spectacle.
At Y. M. C. A.
A score of the senior members ac
companied by Secretary R. C. Smed-
i ley enjoyed a swim in the canal last
j evening. The party plans to go
again some evening next week and j
Piiishury or Moid Medal Hour,
3fe worth of crackers or cakes
pa Titles ,
Do you realize what it means to you when you are given Discounts
of 10c, 20co, 33V3 and 50 All Over this Great Store
Here are some copies of purchases made during fchie past week
you an idea of the ' savings that this s
Here Is an Actual Purchase
Dress . $
Coat '. .
S h ir t
U n der
muslins U n der
Price . f 158.00 Dady paid . $99.90
She actually saved $58.10, and
all at no trouble or expense to
her simply the coming to get
it easy and most profitable.
Some Nice Savings In the
Notion Department, as
tbe Lady Found who
, Bought this Bill
Putts 4.00 less 50 $ 2.00
1 Bandeau 2.50 less 50 1.25
1 F an cy
Belt 1.95 less 50 97
L e a t her
handbag . 5.00 less 50 2.50
Price ..$13.45 She paid. .$6.72
The lady saved $6.73.
So On Through the List
Eead Bags are less 3V3.
Fancy Beltings, from 20 to
Hair Goods of all kinds, 20
Drug Sundries, 10 and 20,
etc., etc., etc.
You save something on just
about everything you buy.
A purchase of
showed a saving
of $4.97 on a
total purchase of
$9.94, thats sav
ing money pretty
All Dress Trim
mings are less
6.00 less 25 $ 4.50
2. 63 less 2.V
Saved on Dre5 VrfTfals
C r earn
S a t lne
F r ench
at 25c. .
1.25 less 33U S3
2.50 less 25
2.40 less 10
Price .$14.78 Lady paid. $11.34
Amount saved, $3.44.
Shop in the cool of the morn
ing, then lunch in our Tea
Rcom. It saves money and
wcrk at home.
Here's the Way It Works
Suit $19.30 less 50 $ t.75
Coat .... 20.00 less 50 10.00
Dress ... 25.00 less 50 12.50
Price .$64.50 You pay..$32.2f
You save $32.25.
Whnh is saving money fast.
Same Saving on this Check
Umbrella $ 2.50 less 21 $2.00
Tarasol . 3.W) less 25 2.25
Hose... 1.50 less 33 1 1.00
1.50 less 25 1.13
2.00 less 10 1.80
Hose . . .
1.00 less 10
Price.. $11.50 Lady paid .$9.08
She saved $2.42.
If you want that handsome
$r,0.00 Coat, but haven't the
price how would $15 00 suit you?
That is half saved, the Coa
costs you only $15.00.
MERCHAXDISK SOLD AT
THK DISCOUNTS FOR CASH
No Goods Charged at the Discount.
Sale Ends Saturday, July 22nd, 9:30 P. M.
4w J? C
li uevtry to please our pai-
M runs with fresh gc ds. low
Ij prices. courteous treatment
P and quick delivery.
Our i ust(i;:;ers aroo that for
cjiT.Uty j'.ruci tics iiT reasonable
prii t-.-. we c.ii't be beat.
PI. one cs a trial order :v1
bee for yourself.
l'lione AYcM -is I or :VZl.
1 1 CLEHT
326 Twcolielh St.
A cool place to visit is at
Canada's Ice Cream Parlor
1017 Second Avenue
Their soda fountain service
is worthy of your patronage.
The tore is always cool. The
electric fans keep the air al
ways in motion which you
.will certainly enjoy after a
tired afternoon of shopping. U
will pay you to walk a little
out of your way to patronize
their soda fountain.
They serve the best ice
cream and the bfst crushed
fruits and bounteous measures.
any who are interested are invited'!
to go along. This afternoon the sec-;
retary and 20 boys visited the canal :
and spent an hour or so in the water. 1
Chance for Civilians in Army
! Held Illegal Combination. j
! St. Paul July 14. The Creamery j
Taft Receives Aviator.
i Washington, -July 14. President
Taft received his first aerial visitor
! this afternoon when Aviator Harry
: N. Atwood landed on the lawn in front
ct the portico of the White houw.
'Alighting; from his machine. Atwo-'d
was . presented by the president wnh
a gold medal from the Washington
Parson's Poem A Gem.
From Rev. E. S'ubonvoil. Allison.I a ,
j Package company, a Ciiicasio cor- in praise of Dr. King s lew ure fills.
poration, today was held by tiie s'-it j j "They're such a health necessity,
supreme court to be an illegal comhin- j In every home these pills should be.
aticn. operating in violation of Hie ! If other kinds you've tried in vain,
."Minnesota anti trust bws. The Minn.'-j T'SE DR. KING'S
sota license was revoked. The com-; And be well again. Only 50c at all
vided you tan pass muster in certain treneral knowtpdse of ih.-llny will appeal the case. I druggists.
respects as to your physical and msu-! English language and of English liter-
Are you a likely civilian, who wants differential calculus, integral calculus,
to be an officer in the army of the Uci- anatical geometry, or
. j c . o ti v- i b) A working knowledge of rny
ted States? Here s your chance, pro- "
Congressman James McKinney
hns j Special privileges in the matter of
Reward for Officer.
A check for $10 was received this
morning by Marshall James Brinn
from Chief Carl of the Cedar Rapids
force as a reward for the arrest of
flnnninfmnf xcill ha t i v o n tn prn i.
received word that there will bo a ,,,, :i,-. i,i i . !
j uaus of military schools ana memoirs
competitive examination beginning of the organized militia upon passim
September 5, for the selection of about, of the prescribed examinations. '
100 civilians for appointment to be I - Congressman McKinney is readv to;
second lieutenants in the cava'ry, j furnish further information on tit's
field artillery and infantry of the!subJcct to any one who may be inter-1
I'niturt Ststes unnv Tho PTm lia.: "WQ
itions will be conducted at a number of j
military posts throughout the coua-
1!M7 S-onii Avenue
Opposite Spencer Square
! Dan Clifford, wanted in Cerfar Rapids '
for the theft of a motorcycle. Th;
; check goes to Officer Sidney Pearson
i to their homes.
French Flyer Killed. i Persons desiring to enter the ccm-
; Algiers. Julv 14. Edouard' Paillole. i Petition should address applications
it ho French aviator todav fell with h,!to adjundant general of the army,
Case Again Continued.
The case against Ed Slevin, arrested i
aeroplane and was killed.
trv, and candidates will be examine:!;. . ,. . ' . ,
. . , i for exceeding the speed limit, was tak-
at posts as convenient as practicable! . . r ca. i
today on a change of venue from the i
court of Justice J. H. Cleland. The
case was continued again, this time
until Tuesday morning.
Washington, D. C, accompanied by
(testimonials or certificats as to their
moral character and fitness for The
Putnam losition of a commissioned officer in
Petersen's orchestra at
building roof garden Wednesday and tbe Lnueu states army.
Saturday evenings. Refreshments. I Candidates must be citizens of tea
jl'nited States, unmarried and of
Ail me dp we an ice tunc Tbe Argus. moral character, and must pass the'
-. - - - - - prescribed physical and mental exan--
i inations. They must be not less than
1 21 years of age, and in all other re-j
' spects eligible for appointment on the'
jdate set for the examination. The ap-;
pointment of a civilian to be a seo.u 1 ;
lieutenant in the army after his ;
'enty-seventh birthday is forbidden
Examination os to physical qnali
fications will conform to the standa'd
' required cf recruits for the army, ex
jcept that any applicant whosp degTn
.of vision is le?s than 24. 4" in ei'her
eye. or is color blind for red, greci.
or violei will be rejected.
The mental examination is divided
into two parts the preliminary ani
. . . . the competitive both conducted at
Call and see if we are not privin2 llleBameplacP tbeconiretitivpexarni
& nations followlns; immediately af"e."
the best bargains in the- city inE
hi) English grammar and orthogra-
. . 1 1 . 1 . ipby: t2) mathematics, to include al-
our noDov, un-to-aate summer gehra. plane and solid geometry, and
trigonometry, and (C) geography and
Graduates of recognized colleges j
and universities and of institution of j
learning classified as class A and,
class BA, at which army officers are '
detailed as instructors in military
science and tactics, will be exempt
from the preliminary examination.
The competitive mental examina
tion cover? the following subjects:
fDGeneral history; (2) elementary
French, German or Spanish, as the
candidate may select; (3) consti'a
tlon of the United States and
elementary International law, unl
(4) advanced optional subject. Un
der this latter head, the candidate vill
be examined upon one of the following
Bubjects as he may select, viz:
(a) Higher mathematics, to incluie
footwear for men, women and
children. No old goods. Every
thing new this season. It will
pay you to stock up.
Boston Shoe Store
1 726 Second Avenue , . Rock Island
Imperial Valley Canta
loupes are simply perfect, not
la -ge but Just full of sweet
rich meat and as Juicy as can
oe, two for 25c, 10c and three
You Use Some Olive Oil.
You ehould use more, every
one should for their health's
sake and you probably would
use more if you only knew
how good "Nicella" a'A is. The
choicest product of France.
Pure virgin ail, fresh, smooth
and delicate in flavor, full
quart tin, $1.25; in bottles
60c, 30c and 25c.
We will have a complete
line of fancy fruits and vege
tables for your Sunday dinner.
No trouble to get us by phone.
Call West 12 or 59.
"The store where you always
get honest weight, full meas
ure and prompt fcervice.
SITTIG & STABMER,
515 Seventeenth Street
Two phones West 12, West 59
Popular 4c Per Copy
Operatic 15c Per Copy
Cable Music House,
Saturday, July 15
Choice beef pot mast, fg
Our own rendered lard, C&i
per pound J'O
Non? but government insprcted meat which insures slaughter
ing of sound and healthy ca'il" and hoes fit fir human food.
Pork Inland inarkc', HiHH Second atcnup. Z4 i i
y Jjavcnport market, 107 Fat Second srret.
'II U 1
RELIABLE LOAN CO
180512 Second Avenue.
Old phone West 1008.
$10, $25, $50, $75
And more if you ueed
On terms to suit
LOANS on piano,
live stock, household