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THE HOCK IStiVXT) AKGTTS, TUESDAY, XOVE3FBER 14, 1911.
frsolutely Purc' v-
OLD SHACKS HERE
City Engineer Treichler Says
There Are Many Buildings
That Should Be Razed.
ARE EYESORES TO THE CITY
HOME BAKIKQ EASY
Ormers Would Find Themselves
Well Repaid If They Would
Tear Tbem Down.
The only Baking Powder made
from Royal Grape Cream ol Tartar
fAIL LABOR PAPER TO
uoon. it having L-one to the press late
yesterday afternoon. Ore of the mem
bers of the board will st-e to its mali-
tnc. .Nothing has been nor.ra f.-om C. E.
t. j; - ,,. . ... M rrnll. the rais-sin--' ritor. and from re
SendJng Out of Publication Is m the , ,-r x- .;
i City Engineer Wallace Treicaler
: stated yesterday afternoon that he
would like to see a decided movement
n behalf of property owner?, espec
ially in the business section, to rid
: Rock Isiand of several of the old
f hacks that occupy prominent por
tions of the city's business district. He
said that a casual investigation will
t how to the average observer more
thau two score of buildings used as I
curancy, not only because of the auap- EiS . iivi:J;:
itiated condition but because of the un-1 .-"ivvV
AMHI.I) FAY J REBIILD.
Atid he is right, too, in his state
uta;, for there are many ramshackle
Places unworthy of their owners and of
Rock Island. Of coarse the majority
of them Ere not right in the business
iVrk-t. but they are rUht on the out
s', lit--, uhi'f tome few of thiu occuiy
sf'nie of the host corners ia Hock I
:ard. With a little effort on the part
of the owner. Rock Island could he
as;iy improved, and the owner fcim-s.-lf,
hcne.'ltud by the additional rem
accruing from nioie modern structures.
feir$fex Mm it
-is ! . : 1 1 . ' r ' ' s 1 w I
WE have been fortunate
in securing some exceptional
Manufactnrers in the newest creations of footwear, and have
placed them on sale at $2.98 per pair. Read these descriptions
carefully and then come in and look them over. Every pair a
OUR MOTTO: i4 Quality Shoes at honest prices and properly
fitted.' And it is by adhering to these principles or more than
fijty years that has made our stores so popular, and impresses
upon the people of this vicinity that "Buying of Us Is No exper- .
FIFTEENTH STREET STORE
Hands of One of Meinfx-rs of
M.s nt i e Hoard .
The Tri-f'i'y J.tSor Review will he
rMltd to the Fi.b:,..ribcrs this after-
Labor today, they hardiy expect to
this tnorair.ts, the- l.uru'y expect ft
hear uzy ihing frcai the a; an ut the
j.resvr.t. JJ.ai.s are i'.a form. l,ii-l
for a reortraniution of th jai -.t's
fore, at the meeting of tV federation
AT AUGUSTAN A
1626 Second Avenue,
(Vnder eir Manajifftipnt)
to have the cigars in the best
possible condition. This counts
for more than people think.
Cigars too dry, too fresh or too
old are not the List. We try
to keep them just right.
iOh! the huKiiticilnii or it!;
wf ni" "" Mr '
The Hair on Your
Face, Neck and Ar
Following usual custom, the seniors
of Au.eurtana ctilfete vdl wear caps
and kowus daring commencement ex
ercises text taring, if being to decided
at a class meeting held Saturday uight
The 91i:'s are r.ow 22 strong, but as
Wo or three additions are expected
b" about 115. As the inoignia of the
clar-'s. rlnts will be worn. A design, . hi
which wii) iiidude the letters A. C. mj
nr.J cla.-s numerals '12, is teiug worked '
on in the colors of the class preen ' 13
white. The seniors will enjoy &
'heir last clf.sd banquet Friday even
it.g. .Nov. 24. the eveat to take place at
the New Harper. It is ilanued to . l
make this the most elaborate feast jet j i i
held by the 12 b.
i iry x x
!P5T x r S I
Lad'es' Tan Calf Button
Lad.es Gun Metal Calf Button
Ladies' Patent Colt Button
Ladies' Suede Button with Calf Tips
Ladies' Dcngola Kid Lace Shoes
Ladies' Patent Colt, Blucher or Lace
Ladies' Gun Metal. Blucher or Lace
Ladies' Low Heels In Patent or CaW
All the above shoes on the new tramp last, with short
vamps and broad high toes, with welt soles and with
cravenette or leather tops. A large variety to choose from.
Pumns of the better kind. Dancing Slippers and in
all the popu'ar styles and materials,
worth S3 50 and $4.00, at ,
Men's Gun Metal Calf Button or Blucher 1 AO
Men's Tan Calf 5-Button. College Cut f 070
Both of above on hook, sport and cub lasts, with high
toes and welt double soles.
Men's Heavy Tan Calf
Blucher. high tops, double
soles and shanks, abso
lutely solid, just the shoe
for hard QJ QQ
service ...... 3Z0
Men's Vld Kid Bals,
with welt soles, plain toes.
Boys' Black Elk Skin
High Top Shoes, "Men
zies American Boy" Shoes
the best on the market
AT OUR THIRD AVENUE STORE
:in Russia Calf button shoes
ent Colt Button Shoes
. nt Colt Blucher Shoes
i Metal Button Shoes
Metal 15-button high cut
. e Shoes are on the New Tramp Last with
js and broad high toes.
Men's Patent Colt and Gun Met
freak or foot-form last, with soil
.velt soles, at
Men's Tan Russia Calf Blucher or
Men's Tan Russia Calf Button
Men's Gun Metal Welt Button
Men's Patent Colt Blucher or Button,
All the above are on the New Cub Lasts with short
vamps and broad high toes.
Men's High Cut Tan Calf Blucher, 12-inch
August Lindherg of the Royal Dra
matic theatre of Stockholm, who will
present "The Tempest" in Swedish at
remt-dv that -; n come in attgt.ft.ma coj.ej-e tomorrow evening,
is probably the r;atest Shakespearian
tragedian Scandinavia has ever known ;
Can Be Permanently Removed
' If vrui fjp
'djr'-ot contact i Itli the hair root or fo
ii'.-Jp. one that w 1! ;.en-tra.!.- ti e tki.-i
t'l-d rench th.- r- i t t.r t'ic tiont.; ht&
not mvrtly i tnwie ti:- hair f rom tne . and l recncnizt'ii as nn of thf trpar. i ! ;
urlZX. ;:M.fSI? ctn'- j est Hamte-e of modem times. He was $
in t at.ort a sJi i corapo ind i the first actor to successfully Interpret 13
Frndi- o i a liquid, ku -1. is 1 used ChaiMr ln sicdon If una rhnr ' i-i
in Franc to frev f of a ipcrfiu.ris i ' naKetp dre ln &weaen- 11 8 cnar-, rm
' a", that most humiliuunK affliction . acteristK c-f him that lie put Ihsen's j
-:U i.pif r.oiu . .-i ti t u; i g t.aenee uf honn even before anyone had ve&- j PJ
Btorttf ,r supern.n.-isi hair, due to this tured to do it In Ibsen's native land.
nr. i v rs-aUy us-l frt iaraii n. r . , , , . I
! Eradico i. so aaKoiiisiLc to hair Later at Chnstiania he p. eased Ibsen
: prowtn tiiat it dissoives nair as readiiy Immensely with his rendition of that
38 warm water dissolves su?ar. leav.hii , '
t'.e kill as ?rr.ooti, as voU-t. j-.infi drama and Pere Gynt and also his
HPHESE Shoes arc not special made
for this sale, but are the same goods
which we carry regularly in stock and
sell from $3.50 to $4.00, but by a fortu
nate purchase we are able to sell for
$2.98. The best evidence of the value
of these at $2.98 is a comparison with
what others offer at the same money
tiat.s ti,t. fkin ;,v,'i a-- Shakespearian reiertoiry of ilavs. -?e
i tfiat iioiit-.s in- l.ai'-. . .j t, . .
herg, and even though given in a for
eign language was given an enthusias
i ii it .
r ,' r t h' ti
Tx.e first application ii tlt.l.c.j will
instar.t.y r ni"ve the hair end at one;
hefrln to retard its prowtn until its u.-e
will be no lot.ger nejary.
That Eradico for s ipertl'ao'Js hair :
rreterabie to ariy ft hi-- preparation is
obvious : that U 1 ht iiM-. rn'-o- ffMinni-
l icai a no iwiii'iier t n n tne pair!ui di
appotnuriK ei.-ctii.- ;. you ill ad
itr.it after voir ftl trial.
Eradico Is the o!,iv liquid def.ija
I tory sold, nut on the t-'renxth of
1 ptrated c!a::ns!. but a t-tuceie ai.d bind-
Irg n naraulee.
1 ou ran Ket rmillco to Htx-k Inland
onlv nf oiiiik A 1r omh,,
I'Dki-Iiu Mtn. o., IuWera, New 1 ork.
Change of Time.
On the Kock Island Southern rail
way. Cumrnenclng Sunday mornlug,
Nov. 1", cars will leave Fourth ave
nue and First street. Rock Island, ev
ery two hours, as follows: 6, S. 1'K
aud 12 a. in., and 2, 4, 6, S, and 10:30
p. m. Try the new way between Hock
Island. Monmouth, Aledo, and Gales-burg.
503 Fifteenth Street, 1618 Third Avenue,
Moline 111. Moline, 111.
OPEN WEDNESDAY EVENINGS
COURT HOUSE RECORD
If You Have Any Doubt
about what sort of shoe to
wear, look over our fall and
winter stock and set ycur
mind at ease.
Majestic Closes Again
The Majestic theatre has closd !
'asain. This tiine it is understood that;
the management bad seme difficulty
because of running- vaudeville acts
with rhp moving nlrtnrpK It fa Diliicr. i
ed that the new
not a paying venture
Real Estate Transfers.
David W. Hunt to George R. Ad
ams, part lot 20, Ridgeview addi
tion, Moline. $1.
Ksther S. Fells to William Emig,:
lot s. Mock Z, Sn:alley'6 second sub-1
rli vision. South Rock Island, $350.
1 John T. Browning by executor, to. Moonlight Dar.ce at Industrial Hall.
J. D. Metzgar, lots 3 and 4. assessor's: The Ivory Leaf social club will give
plat 1S61. sertion 31-I8-lWst. $6,-Ja moonlint daDCei Wednes),ay ev,n.
i UO'J. t . -. l i , ,, ,.
u(t, ;uv. xoen., at luounnai nan, nor t
Island. Bleuer's orchestra. Everybody
welcome. Gents 60 cents, ladies free.
Albert O. Cramer to F. Oscar
Youngren, lot 11, block 1, Alday'e
third addition, Moline.
Bloomberg Still Unconscious.
Herbert Bloomberg, the young Mo
line man who was found unconscious
f Special to Th Argu.)
Chicago, Nov. 14 The impending
John T Mason to Iotlis Ottn lnt marriapfl hero nf Prank WiVi ooul tt 1 , .......
' - ' - ' - r' junnr inn h rtr ir unn riaii t rn r-L o j,,n
scheme of things was : 7 ,ad. 9' b' C; Jsland View heights and Miss Mary Van Hoe, aged 27, bothday nlghtt ,8 Btm at the ho5ipa, 'and
iture. j addition, Rock Island. $1. of Rock Island, 111., is Indicated by the ; ag yet he ha fai!ed to ' fn h.u
I C n I r I . -i - rA J T m . . . - - -1
; .n-iid u. iuu'jiu iu r rea j. issuance or a marriage license to them
Moonlight Dance. i Savage, lot C, block 1, Atkinson's today.
The Ivorv l?af social club will sri ; firgt addition. Moline. Alan frao ; -.-
a moonlight dance, Wednesday even- tir nai uiock i, u ooa s second addi
ing Nov. 13th, at Industrial hail, Ilork ;tion' Moline, $1.
I.-!and. Bieuer's orchestra. Kvrv- i
Gects 50 cents, ladies
fThey are the latest work in
shoes; of highest quality. Get
your feet into a fitting pair
we'll help do it; and furnish you
the satisfaction you won t get
elsewhere when you put the
Ken's shoes in tan, gmn
metal and patent co'.t. S3. 00.
Girl Is Delinquent.
M . Oc complaint of Police Matron Dina
lj Kamser, Grace Wall, aged 13, was de
C clared a d-'iu-5'ient and committed to
the Geneva home for girls by County
. .ludgp Olmsit.j yesterday afternoon.
senses. Mystery still surrounds the
A r-atners vengoanca
would have fallen on any ona whe
attacked th son of I'eter Bondy of
South ft)ckwojd, Mich., but h was
powerlefis before attacks of kidney
trouble. "I)otors could not help
him," he wrote, "so at last w gave
him Kle'-tnc Hitters and be Improv
ed wonderfully from taking six bot
tles. It's the best Kidney .medicine
I ever saw." Backache, tired fad
ing, nervousness, loss of appetite,
warn of kidney trouble that may nd
in drofiny, diabetes or lirlght'e dis
ease. Beware: Takp Klectrlo Bit
ters and be safe. Every bottle gunr
anteed; fo cents at H drngclvts.
H!r. Richard's Experience With Dif
ferent Diets. Peaches and
Buttermilk for Three Years.
work shoes, black
and tan S1.4G, C2.CD. S2.50.
i Saved Many From Death.
V. L. Mock of Mock. Ark., be
lieves he has saved many lives in his
25 years of experience ln the drugj i
husines?. -What I always like t0i Cecilton, Md. Mr. George Richards,
Co," he writes, "is to recommend . of this r'ce, during the past 12 years,
Dr. King's New D:seoerv fur weak his probably tried more different diets
sore lur.gs. hard colds, hoarseness! Ihan the average person would ever use i
obstinate roi eh?, grip, croup, asrh- ln, jhnie. i
: , " .. -vwwi., lw rceuls .must therciore De nighly mterest-
fUre a tl5m&er cf "f m to an one smrerine from indigestion
ueisui,-i& a-'e eu.e aua v.e;i toaay or stomac'i trouh cs oi any kma. j
because they took my advice to use He says: "hor more than 12 years,'
it. I hcLc-stiy believe its the bet-I suffered with stomach troubles, and!
irfv p-i i:ir? npi'i.-ir.o , v. , c iv.: j nunoici- ui iui uuiiui uii.a
Thursday, Nov. 30,
If yon would be dressed in proper!
tAm.W'.i- ? 1: f "jj-i -lai
hi !i..jrtt r
f V ' r f r- ' I t : Li nrtrluiTFh
The Result of Small Savings
The following table shows what you mav accomplish
by regularly depceitlng small turns with thin bank at four
per cent compound Interest.
SELLS UNION MADE SHOES.
I wasso opiated on . &n Thanksgiving day. then s-
HARPER HOUSE BLOCK
mad- hasv to pr.-ve he's right, jj" lect your pattern for
en a trial Lottie fr-.e. cr regular, i lived n dried reaches and buttermilk ! coat now.
... w.,:-, ...Laranu-ea f-r neir;y three years. Ihe only thing
ry all druggists. : v at wou.d not g've me pain was rav eggs.
. v.as a physical wreck. I could nof
The oh; oM s'ory, to!d times wirh- f'tep. ard was es oear crazy as a man
'.t after taktntj two o-een1
fcid s ciack-Uraught,
, . . , ; ' I:C Ill'JIc uiuu Vwi
fl j -i i -i 1 r.-re is norcmg in ; j:r otr.er medicines.
-he world 'h?t cure coughs and colds i I have been working daily on the farm
ft r, jjicV.iy Chamberlain's "oueh ' ever since, and 1 am as hard 2S iron."
i 1 .... :.. t-.u v. .. j . ," 1 Ti. rnrrciv virffstle remedy h-m been
BSJtj 1 All t en iLf I c ArgT
su:t or over-
ilc uu u: i ujv, iij:u nmes w."n- r ai.u so n
J o r r. '.i::'--er. &rd repeated over and CC-M well be.
I , ;-f- . pisi S
K :t: hU a ' s W; ?C";R- etory t0 those : , r u:d me more g-vod
Pay Us $25
In Tive Yea:
In Ton Years
$ IS-'. 00
0 3 0.00
-Vl. AND SAFETY DEPOSIT BUSINESS' 'Al
in s i!c"crst:i.. ue for more than li years, fll TT . r ? !
i lry iE t esett as 'i.eiiord'fc.'' Illinois l neatre DUliding,