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THE ROOK ISLAND ARGUS
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 21. 1911.
maintain the same through, under.
Allege That Institution Is Be- Ter and alon? the streets, avenues,
t . T - . 4. and other public places in said city.''
ing Run at Loss to the wm fee 8UbmlUed a vote of the elec-
Taxpayers. tors of said city. Said last ordinance
was fled in the cfSce of the city
c:erlc on the 9th day of August, 191L
RECEIPTS ARE TOO SMALL Arso at said election the proposi-
don for the passage of an amendment i
to be known as Section 11 of the ordi
Ilnrk Cost More in the Hough Than nance entitled saloons, providing for
It Toes After the Prisoner increasing the dram shop license to
Have Rroken It.
The eountv rock pile i already
meeting with objee-iocs. and if the
natter is taken before the board of
supervisors, as one Investigator has
promised, the ins'i'ution may aain be
abolished. Following information pub-
iJshed In The Arcui last nisht. tha a
'ontract haci been le whereby rough
;-ork would be supplied to th- county
nr. the rafe of a ton. one opponent
of the s" li ru hgureii out th0 follow
ing facts. The ro k is bought, for $1
a ton and sold fr.r cents. whieh
uean b loss on every ton 'hat is
broken up by the prisoners. In addi
tion to this the c'jun'y roust pay for
loves and heavier cio'hii; for the
in who arc working. O:: Top of this,
a oenn'v must be kept to watch them
nil the time, thereby adding a man to
he force and making him wselesfc for
rinv otlj'-f work. Anl, last of all. th'
nn ho are working eat more tt.un
. hose who do not.
Tllf. III HCK MIIK OK I I.
On the ether hand, it is pointed out
by the advocates of the plan many
hoboes who would otherwise manage
(i get. into jail sp-nd th'- winter.
a ill fl--ht sin of t.iis i Ity because ot
he proximitv ;f tin- rock pile. at'd
tri" money that would be spent on
'ne men niort than makes up foi
the ios aeronip.'in:. iuz ? oruinuan',e
f tlie rock pile. ftorh fiu s of the
'I'lepTlon wilt probably tie brought be
ore the supervisors ;it their n ?
Tii in: r v 4 ii ii low tuit.
The tower occupied by tie lookout
hap been completely enclosed. berhUS'
)1 the cold weather, ui:d if heated by
nam from the jail boiiere. f that it
is more comfortable. An al.rni bell,
which is connected with the sheriff's
office In the court house, has been in
stalled as a m'-ans oi" summoning help
in i aff dI emergencies.
Notiee ii hereby given that on
Tuesday, the 3lst da of October,
u li, in tne iity or uoca isiaud, in
inevounu oi ituiK isiano, ana state
of Illinois, un election will be held in
puru-u, u uu luujeu 10 me pro-
visions of the act entitled "An act
to provide for the incorporation of
titles and villages." approved April
lf. 1&72, and in force July' 1. 1K72,
and all acts amendatory there
to, including one approved March
P. 1U10. and in force July
1, 1910, and another apr roved May
12. 1911. and ia force July 1. 1311.
Said election shall be held for the
purpose of submitting to a vote to the
electors of said city, an ordinance
passed by the city council on the
'th day of July, 1911, and repassed
and reaffirmed S.'pt. 25, 1!H1, en
titled "'An ordinance supplementary
to an ordinance entitled, an ordinance
riving pet mission to the Central Un
ion Telephone company, tts success
ors or assigns, to construct and main
tain tc!i phone lines in the City of
Kock Island, 111 , and for that pur
pose to build conduits, tunnels, iat
r ralR and an underground system and
to erect pole.' and string wires and
"maintain the same over and under
(he publ highways, avenues and ai
;eyj in the mid cjty."
Als-o at said election, another or
;i;ninee entitled An Orriiuance j;rant
;tp permission to the Tri-t ity Auto-
aia'!.- Home Telephone Co. its sue-
fssors or assigns, to construct, mam-
Tho Soldiers' Monu
Give of your means to
the aid of the Chippian
j JF -4 ". :3C- "v f
: j ,L li
Sack, No. 74 7
tain and operate a Telephone Ex
' change in the City of Rock Island. Il
linois, and for that purpose to build
conduits, erect poles, place cables,
wires and fixtures therein and there
on and connect the necessary appli
ances and apparatus therewith and
one thousand ($1.00ih00) dollars per
year, will be submitted to the electors.
The polling places for this election
wm se h jnenoemw. id oesitMung
7 " ' , ,
are uped for convenience in locating
poning places of the respective
' voting precincts at this election and
any voter desiring to cast h., vote at
this election rnuHt be a qualified voter
of the precinct.
The polling places of said election
will be as follows:
1st Precinct Yoh's barber shop.
2nd Precinct 2 h Eighth street.
Drd Precinct 1014 Third avenue.
4th Precinct &-4 Ninth street.
0:h Precinct County jail building.
ih Precinct 1431 Seventh avenue.
Tth Precinct 1101 Fifteenth street.
Mh Precinct 1 1 1 4 Third avenue.
'.'.h Precinct Hat Byrnes' barn on
Nineteenth htreet betv. eeu Sixth Dad
lOih Precinct Hote bouse ou Twen
11th Precinct Scbuiid s gi ocery. S2:l
12th Precinct llos" house en Tea
i:ith Precinct 7 0
Tw en; y-.-ei
Uth Precinct Sll Fifth avenue.
l".ih Precinct lo Forty-tifiii street.
lu U J iV. . 1 J aunvu s Jilllik LAJ MJ
oi! tourieenrn avenue retwe-n l ii;rty
eigbth r.d Thi;ty-nin:h ati.-vth.
Which ejection wil! !e ope:jcd at
teen tT( ;'tlo k in the mo: a:id
coi.tinu- open until five f. o'oicck ir
tht v: ' nine of that date.
Vn-t ti at Rook Island. !U . ;hi 2t;th
'ay i'1 Septernher, A. D. iSll.
M. T. Rt OH REN,
Memorial Christian. A l pre-' nta
ie of the Anti-saloon leaa-se v,i.' till
t'.ie UK Til :ti servi
:; or;ock in t-,,e af.r.rm,un tire ,'.
be u p,,prial meeting of the olficiai
t)0ard. At 7:::r in the cvenii:. :he min-
ister will lielnei the s:ih of hi.- 'Man
to .Man'' series of seriuoiis. the topic,
being "What it costs a man not to h,
:i Christian "
Trinity Eplscorai church,
feenth s'reet nnd riixth avtnue.
Granvillo H. Sherwiod. rector,
cay s hool a' t:;:-' n. m
ifes at 7:.." i. in. unil '0:1".
and 7:"U . m.
Sciv a n
Ziau Swedish Lu'.heian. Fori;. -lifth
street aud ?txenth avenue. Rev. N. J.
Forsbrrg. pastor. Sunday school at
6:J0 a. n;. fervi.-vs at o::;' a. in.
ar.d 7 . :U p. rn
Gerxan Evangelical. Ninth strfe'.
between ?"ifth and Sixth avenues. Rev.
F .1 Rolf, n.'itor. Pundav school at
9:U. a- in. Services at 10: SO a. m. and
7::t' p. m.
Ciace Ki.'L'lish Lu'hetun churoli. ' or
r.er S' ven'h avenue a!id Forty -!u-! rt a
street. J(ev. Iro O Noth--ein. jiar-to:".
Sunday -chfo1 at S-15. Services at 1: i5
a. in iind 7:4,". !. m. Luther 1 .ici.e
al 5: 1.". p. t:i Morning .ulij-'t.
.letis Op, nini: the Kyes of the Blind."
Fxenm' subject, .Makinc O ir 'it
lu-tter Places to Live in.'
wth stereopt icon views.
Firs: Swedish l.u'niran. torner Four
teenth streit and Fourth avenue. Rev.
S. t;. llai'irlund. p.t?ioi. St-rviceo a'
10:1.". a. rri. and 7:4'. p in.
German Lutheran, corner TwenMefi
Ftreet and Fifth avenue. Rev. Ph. Wll
hclm. pjisior. ServiL-es at 10 a. m.
Memorial Christian, corner Third
avenue and Fifteenth s'reet. Ht. EL
T. McFarland. partor. Graded bible
school at S:.i0 a. m. Junior Christian
Endeavor at r : J . m. and Senior
end laterntediate Christian Endeavor
HE man for
whom we have
fSt ri' lPCxV.
clothes once or twice doesn't worry
atio it the ijuality of fabric, character
i.f v.orkmsnship. correctness of Bt or
He's Proved the Fact
that we deliver absolute satisfaction
and that, too. at prices unusually
V.'hy not prove :L yt.urself? It's
tim to jtot your fall to?s anyway.
Pay Us S25
Illinois Theatre Building
A SONG OF YOUTH.
With a laugh and a pong.
Liet's go plodding alone.
With never a thought
For old worry;
With never a oigh
For the hours that slip by,
For youth never is -
In a hurry.
Let us laugh as we go
Where the warm breezes b:o
Let vis sing just the
Lilt of a song;
Let's gather life's joy
While we're girls, while we re boy:.
And smile aB we
For youth fhould be gy
Every hour of the day.
With never a care
Or a. worry.
"Neath the bine skies above
Touth should tenderly love.
For God never meant us
Detroit Free Pres-s.
Buy a home of Relay Bros.
Kerler Rug company, cleaner.
TrICity Towel Supply company.
For express, call Spenrrr & Trefz.
Wall paper, the best for the money,
at L. S. McCabe & Co.
Let William Johnson do your tin and i
furnace work; 1316 Third avenue.
H. T Siemon wants your tin and
furnae work; 152G-I52S Fourth ave
nue Kindling wood at the Rock Inland
Sand a- .:iael company. Oid phon- .
Aliianre to Meet.
Tiie Ministerial alliance will meet
iiev Wednesday morning at i otixk
;ti the Y. .I. C. A. cr-;ipe!. The address
of The morninrr will he ilelivereil hv
i , i . . l , . ,. .....
iev . . .' l.ed' li. Mf n' "i i .
ccr Memorial M. K. di';rcli.
Boys Are Dism.ssed.
Kiueiii' Armstrong. Archie I'auiels
:nd .Aii..'-rs Kri.se. who were charged
with the tie -ft oi a launch belonging to
Friitik Ariiistrnriii w.-re brouuht into
!." pj'ife court this mornint. and tee
( "rial i:e was dismissed. The lo 8 were
reprimanded for Their mipdoiiii:s.
aT f. p. m. i - i. s '
.'ixl 7 : "." i. ni.
St-co-.i-l Cbri.- .ian. oii:t! t'ixih street
lud i i: i ; t een t h ax nne. .-bt.Oay
bchoti at 'J : I ." a. in., ilos H. ttkh
hart. sii-e! intf niien' . ::n io't r.t
lo.tr. a. ti:.
Third Christ iati, Fc .n'l: avenue
and Thii ty-niut h sire t. Httndny:
school a' ::) w.., I: . J. 11. Nicii-r-1.-;.
pujwrlnter.deiit. Itibb- school at i
a. pi. Services s; 7::.n p. m.
Ceiitrii' I'restiytei inn. coiner of
Tx'.eit'th i ticct and Fleventh avotiue.
Hex . i ;on Huniohreyp, pastor. Sun
day srhool session. :;n a. m. Prenchlhg ,
services tit liir-i." a. m. Christian 1-Tn-detvor.
0:':n p. m. Prenfhing a 7::i'
I . m.
Aik.i, stree chapel Aiken .-t:eet.
Scuth Rock Island. Sunday school a'
ni. I. H Cieland. s-:pei intend
J. -M Poll''. iiUJ. I i71-
Broadway Pvshyierian. orn--r of
-third street hi d Sextib ax e-
iiu..-. Hex . . i.. .Marquis pas'or: Rev.
W. ".. Oi'leve. . assistant. TJibb s hi 1
in f : 1 a. m. A'idre.-s hx i epi sen' a
lix of th.' Anti-Saloon b aue at 1 . !?
a in. Young People's a.-siniat ion a:
1:1". j. in. Kveninu xx'orship. 7:;b' t.
m.: sermon by the a-sisti'int. iasUi.
Sou'h Park Presbyterian, come; of
Thir'iL-th stieet and Fifteenth avenue.
'. . Ann , ... i .. i.t. T 1 . I . 1
ter:an ch'.rch. Rev. W. G. Ogievee,
pastor. I'l -.le t..-hool - :30 p. ni.: S. D.
Cleland. superint udent. Young Pio
p'e's nv etlng at ; : I". p. ni Services
at 7:4T p. in. Address bx r"preseii'a
'ive of the Anti-Saloon league.
United Presbyttrian. Third avenue.
t.nd Fouitcenth street. Rev. J. L.
VRnce. pastor. R ble school at !) : :; a.
m .ilomin serx ice at 1":4". Young'
People's meeting at .:!." Kver.in; ,-cr-rice
First Methodist, corner Fifth ave
' Hue anl Nineteenth street. Rev. T. E.
Newland. pastor. Sunday school at
:" a. m. Epworth league st f,:io
p. m. Services at 10:43 a. m and
7:30 p. m.
Spencer Memorial Methodist, corner'
Forty-third scr-et and Seventh avenue. ,
Rev. "VY". J. Leach, pustor. Sunday
; school J: a. m. I'reacbing .-.t i0:5 a.'
I m and 7: o'i p. m. :
' German Methodist, corner Four
j teenth street and Sixth avenue. Rev.
'Theodore K.. pas'or. Sunday school
at 5:lo a. m. Services ai 10:43 a. w
I'l p. m.
Free Methodist. Ninth avenue and
Fifteenth street. Rev. H. C. Willing.
i"lljr- sruuuaj- sci.uu. a- j..,;, a. m.
Services at 10:45 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. ,
Wyman A. M. E. Mission. Thirteenth
street and Fifth and a half avenue, j
. Kev. . II. saunders. pator. Sunday;
aebool at 1:45 p. m. Morning subject, i
-God's Providence." Evening pnbjert.
,-rauarui to uuty. " erv:et at n a.
1 m. and ,:30 p. m.
First Baptist, comer Third avenoe
; and Fifteenth street. Rer. H. W. Reed,
j pastor. Sunday school at 9:30 a. m. B.
! r. P.U. at 6.10 p. m. Services st 10:45
a. tn. and 7:20 p. m.
Eeeond Baptist, corner Tenth :reet ;
J sr-d SUth avenue Rev. J. K. Swain. !
JT:SC- p. ra. Sundsy echool at 12:30 p j
Those Extremely Scarce
Corduroys and Velours
Can be found in complete color assort
ments in our silk department. There i prob
ably not one store in fifty that can show a
complete line of these desirable fabrics.
24-In. Corduroy Suitings
Unsurpassable for costumes, absolutely fast colors
and of the beat dye and finish In a splendid range
of much wanted shades, such as cream, bronze,
brown, navy, ruby, gray, black, etc These are sell
ing fast and assortment will soon j q ei
be broken a yard J)A.O
Velour Velvet Suitings
24 Inches wide, fast pile, fast colors and In a fine
line of well selected shades, such as cardinal, wis
teria, havanna brown, myrtle, medium brown, navy,
black, etc, suitable for suits, Qtl
dresses, coats, etc, a yard JL,jLJ
Every Mother Knows
that for lonsr wear and fast colors the. ftood old
fashioned Percales cannot be beat for School Waists
and Dresses, for Shirts. Wrappers. Kimanos- etc.,
they are equally desirable.
We call special attention to the pretty styles
we are showing both In the dark and light grounds.
A late shipment has made our assortment of styles
particularly complete 29 to inches wide, -specially
priced at 14c. lje, 10c. S'-e and vC
Save Money on These
J13.UO Bed Divenport fo-" S14--I0
18.00 Quarter Oak Dresser fur i 1 li !."
r.0.00 Rrass Bed for S3 OO
7.75 Sanitary Couth and I'ad ror S 7 00
75.00 Parlor Suit tor S37 00
;0.0" Mission Huftet for 2-1 S3
Ate Buyirg Their
Kedr'ern. Regis. R. & C, Hon
Ton. Kabo. C.-B., A la Spirits P. X.,
American Lady and other best
make. SI 2.00. lo tf5 St. 00.
Cho.'e no'v and be correctly fit
ted by an expert, so th.it corset
anxiety will be off your mind, and
you will be sure of an elepimt and
distinguished fisure for your go'.vn
and oth'-r access er:.-s.
It is :i uoo.i tiine no'x xch-'le :!
sizt s Mel :-ty.' .- :ire in c;i!ipl'-ie
asHoi tin. nt.
We are in--.' in receipt -if a nc-.x-shi;uiienr
o. so'id red cedar chests,
including r iu very heantiiul pat
terns, with copper ' r i tn -mines
THIS COPON IS GOOD FOR MON
DAY AND TUESDAY ONLY:
$5.00 Worth of Any of These Linens for $4,
and in like propottion for larger amounts:
Crashes, towels, nankins, table linens, sets,
doilies, scarfs, center-pieces.
Not pood after Tip-sday's ciosiaz hour 5:30.
Servic? at lit: SO a. m. and i
p m H. V. P. T. &' 6:3'" p. m.
dgewood Baptist, corner Forty
ourth street and Fifth avenue. P.ev. J. .
d. IJoyd. D D.. paftor. Bible school
it 5:.".0; Jos'-ph Wilmer. superinteod-
..r,t. Services at io:4a. m..
-.3CI p Tri Subject for morning Eerv-
ce. "What It Heaven? " This will be
he first In a series on "Is Heaven a
-iace?" In the evening A. H. Harniey.
Hurler superintendent of the Chicago
;is:rlct of the An:i-?aloon lear-ie, will
Swedish Baptist, corner Twenty-first
itreet and Fifth arenne- R'v. D. Holm
erg. pastor. Sunday school at 9:30 a.
n. Services at 10:45 a.
m. and .:4a
Sacred Heart Roman
Twenty-eighth street, and Fifth ave- )
jue. Rer. J. F. LockEey. pantor
passes at S:2" and 10:30 a. m.
The Mere Word ''Blankets"
Cool nicrl.ts are here which rne.in warm M.-Miket Possibly
voji have not felt the necessilv
atbl we want, to su.,uct that
titc. but make the selections n..
Here's a snap in a new process cotton blanket in Rreys, xvhite or
tan. xxell tilh and :i ?ood size, for ,S.""0. Another in the same as
si riment, but nuch larger in sie. tor S 1 .05. Then there's te bis
Fpeeiyl size. Tijmi iinhes. a ciackitiK xabi", at SI. 71. An( wo"'
finished soft plaids in nn assortment nf delicate colors at S2.25.
This all woo', prey rhr k nt S5.0S i an exceptional value, and
so is the blue, pinks and greys at ?(.-S ""d f;,i1 Jfreys with col
ored borders, i t S7.00
Then ther? fire the all wool xxhue IilnnV.ets with blue, pink or yel
low s-riped I order ntS17.r0. S15 O0. S12 00. S10 50.
SS HO a!ltl 1?G.87 wonderful values, evt ry one of them.
The goodness of the yarns
and variety of weave and
style make the sweater coats
shown, here very- desirable
With high neck
and pockets ...
WMi close wenve
e.:ra heavy ....
Fancy wepve and
fitter special Lf
values up to )D.Jvy
the balance of that big purchase of
'i.Ljhtlv damaged Kid l)ves goes on
sale at 50c a pair. want to clean
them out quick -$! .00. $1.50 and ?2.00,
gloves all sizes, take
w hat you w ant, at
St. Paul's Be'gian Roman Catho- Oie morr.inp per. ire "Proba
lie. Twenty-fourth street and Klthth- fion After !-ath." Sunday t' uool
and-a-haif avenue. Mass at i and
10 a. m. Sunday achool at 2 p. tu.
Vespers at 3.
St. Mary's Roman Catholic, cor
ner of Fourth tvenue and Twenty-
iecond street. Father Adolph Ceyer.
pat,ror. .jag, at 8 and io:.'sO a. m.
gt Joseph's Roman Catholic, ror-
oer Second aver.ue and Fourteenth
. street. Dean J. J. Q-jicn. rector: r.ev
'' '.rilllam P. Clear.-, assistant. Ma.,ses
t 7;sq, g:30 and 10:20 a. ni. Sunday
I school at S:10 a. m.
West End Sunday school.
Jixth street. Sunday school et 2:
D. eg Prayer meetlne Wednesriav
j evening at 7:30. W. n. Barker. ,
Firrt Church of Christ.
K2S Tm enty-third street.
.Purdsy at 10:45 a. m.
Appreciate the Value
nf jRckVOQinhi wil1 nmv scIect their
KJ t LOI((( coats and suits for this
winter, because we arc selling these gar
ments at unusually low prices tor such
superior excellence, so early in the sea
son. And remember, by so doing you
enjoy your coat and suit the entire season.
1 1 ni.i !:
to see these.
f i!'cm xtt, but yon . ill .orn.
( tn t wni; till the I.i-t tnin
xvliilc ll.c .rttiu iit - arc r.t
Rxfremely popular this reason,
with their wearing qualities and
dressy appearance these coats are
particularly desirable. The styles
are quite as up to date as are the
coats for women, while the prices
ar mur-h less.
WE ARE SHOWING FOR
Plush coats, up
Caracul coats, up
FOR LARGE GIRLS AND
Plush coats, up Jl 1 1
Caracul coats, up
folloxxin morning s-rxie
i.e.-d.iy evening tstirnoniat s-r-ic-
at 7H5. Reading reoma
in the church open daily except Huu
c"ay from 2 to 4 p. m. The publit b
cordially invited to all .servi '..
Church of Jesus Christ, Latter
Day Faints (Utah Mormons). I. O
O. F hall in London buiblinp. Van
day erhool at 2 p. m. Prea-h as;
feervire at 3:1 p. m. Jobn Kr;.nk,
Canned Foodstuffs Condemic'.
i I ! li'.v. -:.
eat.. r.f ioodt tuffs were e.an:ii.ei "'
Stat: Puj'i Food Cotrimirrion' r J. ll.
N"en:?ia and thr e jnspe'-tors at-d oi.
'. iir.'-d an '.nPt n. a? d o: !
All tfce c! A', the fro, Ti Argus
it mi ,
1 U ? i -"V j i I
1 ii mm.
1' 1 ! -Ph 1 K X .13 r 1 I
WBMJMsMm Velvet and Corduroy Suits
Kfyt are PP,,lar this reason. Aside from belns band
s vdrli' Pome, they are becoinins to ho many people. Ask
Reversible and Other Style
for street, motoring and traveling at $25.00, 11 9.5a
$13.00. $16.50. $15.00 and $13. 75. Theee are of
Zihelines, tweeds, velour cloths, ratine and camel
of broadcloth, serge and unfinished worsteds. $25.00,
$22.00. $19.50, $'6.75. $15.00 and $12 50.
They are plain tailored styles as well as Denle
dres models trimmed with braid and velvet.
Dressy Suits in Fancy
with large revers and collar efTertu $30.00. $25.00,
$22.50, $19.50. $17.75 and 815 OO
They come in sergf, broadcloth and novelty
Matchless Style and Y'arUty
in Women's flats
It is a particular please to not
ihe reccpnifion Ktven by custom
ers of their complete acceptance
of the authentic sfles in the hats
displaxed hy b.
Fast as etery new style Is
launched at the fashion renters, It
piickly finds itse'f represented In
his irrcat excrchaniii collection.
The Inspirations fiom PatiH,
modified, iflorifled. atnl refined bv
New York. Chicatro and St.. Ixmls
artists, are h-re as so!i as else
Assurance poes with every hat
from this store that the htxle is
of Caracul or
ly Moderate In
Next week will find many handfome new
drcHBcrs awaiting your luhpertlon. All hon
estly constructed and finely finlnhed. yet very
moderate in price. Home as low as $13.00.
Ple.ity from $20.00 to $35.00 r,d ntlll maoy
from $15.03 to $95.00.
tn ri UMi-ftn
Tailoring fi Paniloriuni Co. U
1228 Fourth Avenue.
' ! u-ie
Suits cleaned and pressed.
SuiU po'i J and pressed.
0vCT'"C3tS C.e;; r;f.c'. ar.d prCia
ed SI. 25.
Hats cleaned and blocked
Old phor.e 1777-Y.