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THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 24, 1912.
FRIGK SELLS OUT
DISPOSES OF BUSINESS
'V HUM t HI ! HI IT LIJL1 I LJJXCL13J3J
lunches served in
our Dining Room
Wool and cotton
b'ankets now at
15 per cent off.
Normcyle Brothers Buy Inter-J
ests and Will Conduct the
Stable in the Future.
OLD OWNER TO LEAVE CITY
X.iv Making Arran;rt'tneiits
Ilemotal to l'.Ju;Ie I-iko, Tcvis
I amily Going Tim.
3 v - -
1 i' A "
Honry J. Frick will leave ia the
tipriTie for Tox;s whero he will make
:i iirw hoiup for hiiiisi-lf and family.
Ilenrv J. Trick, for 10 years one of
the propri'tors of tie livery at 1912-
Vfi Tliirl .'ivcr.iio. nnd for the l;it '
V yt.i: - si o n r. h'is i!ispoF'd of ;
his iriicr , in it and will turn over;
tin- fif' ? to 1h- new owners, th"?
frmol l.io'liTs. within the inon'h. '
; !uir ? If ii.tiMiIs to K to Ki!L;l? i
l.ni!f Tf -.s, wlv ' : k- will locat. He 1
is i:i '!. Ai..f Str !ate now dosing
r '-'-ot '.:it :m.s fir forru; hot' 1 rroi.rty
tLff'. lip is frj-f-rti-'l home in ai.-on. 1
hix t!s :iiil will th'ii i.roj ari to'
rrov h .- f..jni:y south in the Fj.rinj?.
i i i i:i i n 'i .k.n.
Throii, ti.t. cf.-iMiiinnaMon of tin-I-ul.
t :i.' i -H.-riit in:i of which Is not
ii.ailf j.j.)1. t'.m-k Is1.,mI loi.es one of
its ii't:' sons :n..l kadiaK Ims-'ii.i-ss
rr.cn. 'I v.. .;tv-l yi or.; h- hei nme
h I'ait:,r if ;.,iil ti witiif-r iu the
llviry Mr. Zwi'l-ir r'in-i! th-?
firm hei ::!!! Frii k . li.iusifn. Mr.
liatihi'i a rr ti'i il in favor of Mr. Kau'z
a.vl v.r f.r-iii was -oif!i!--il nt'il.-r th
iKitii'- of 1'i iri; & Kant t.ll 1 y ars I aUi . . t-n'. c nth str-e
au. i j lr.stMiiiion inoie in.iii a
n ifiit'T of a c- -ill -i.'-y a:.:i th'1 livi ry
h: 1 ' r!:liictf. in : u h a m:: :i:i r
!' it ti -n of th" kiid.-is in
t!, li ; r. l.'fi i t ,1 ii.fl.
i.iii'.ni -: two Tr.iiM.
..Ir. i i i i tc.; a a iictiv iiitir
til'.- J'' . ' " "f i ' . y an
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ill i r :. Kiy. 1 ir. r
Jilih rt:t in o.' ! Fo'i.
r'.tlr' '1 v J -i ; l.e t oai'r ,
yn, rurpi "! tool. th.
v,:inl i j -t' -Hi.
ill im; i- iu ii'vi,i,
A Ot 'l I I III' ri ' I Hill l , rill'lj i
t I .1 a ll:i:t . :- I nf(iv onj.cd
lis b o j.;- ;., Jo.iki it; (,( ; KO.Tlo
',,!i.Il.' lit v :.i ll 1:1- ,.-o. -. s to i
ia th" li.i ' . a.j i o,';, ;r; v . .bio.
(;.- 'ii' y aio iiu..l'! oi it.i'.,.
t ir .:!: i' ! ffni's, I J,. . :;i ; .,
t' i;i!p ner the hu-it:i!-H liH
jie of I'i b: uary 1' ;o-t.
An OM-FscHiored Winter.
tuil'i' of oil' i'.irt:o.: -1 .
ir, Jiork ! !. i-i.l. Mr: . Hannah W. its.
i" ." ' 1 1 i on! !i Fti-'it, riTifls .Ian. is,
U":, . h-.i h rait i imj to wed down
- - . .
;:if mi:t is uni.T
TO ni'o!i;. ;F M)i"m
In factory lengths 12,000 yards -into
8 lots begins tomorrow
ui new em
ii. ia'" I at :c
1 l o t -1 i )
ton f'jim oi'
of 'he o.d
the Mioia&ii'iii, 1:: 'a was clear of ice
u; till that date, was can.-ht in a sud-
cioi. fr arul 1 h ko 1 in the ice, to-1
r ti.tr vith the j:i:oti:.s; steamer, near
tt.f b.'.vrnpcit shor. Mrs.. Wells'
fat In r in was c':.ili:rt!ni; a small
hr.nl r.ftir what is raw Thirl avenue
TOWN BOARD HOLDS AN
Thr tow a hoard met yesterday af
ternoon at the o.T'i f Justice W.
I". Srl ri"!:- a:i'l ordcrc! the clerk
Arrangements made' a full year ao with a large manufacturer for
his accumulation of factory ends accounts for this remarkable
sale. Everv kind of embroidery is included, widths from 1 to 4"
U inches, no two patterns alike. The lengths range up to 2 yards
it. LOT I in edgings, headings and jw- I LOT II Swiss, niinsook, cam
ib insertions of cambric, Swiss and '0ESfe!.' brie and Mideira edgings, bead-
i nincnny 'A - O. Iflrno: HTII1f
12'4 a yard. Sale price, .
LOT IV an assortment of choice nainsook,
cambric, Swiss and Madeira edgings, inser
tion?, beadings and finished bands, 1 to 18 in.
wide, beautiiul patterns, worth up to 3?c, now
LOT VI Swiss, cambric and
Madeira insertion, baadin? and
medallion, 3 to 12 inches wid?,
worth up to $1.25, now selling at
Coats and suits at half price
'gja and embody style, tjuality 'and work
uiansbi) to the fullest degree. Coats
J are velours. )lushes, caraculs, broad-
P5 . ri. tr-
to pro'".: v.it:-. t ' ot.il for the an- IH 'AffS&tA
r.i.a! -.o;-;; el itkn. th.; date being M
f-Cts f.r.- to he el.- t. 1: arsossor. for jrf is. ;TS?,,
tv.o , -i - .-.'IS - tor, f..r two years; I :R O.Sm 1$: nM?S
,, o,, V. for .v. ' ,-,: four as- . tr -hj 0M
-!;.-r.iv-s for two years, 'fcf '','; 'v'T'i l-fiA tVH
ia ''. eon-tjl.l. f fi'l vacancy !p VK MVrwW'iil
:"! I'V the r-- . . .I of H.-nry I 3 -ii'X''-R,''-- Il
r., w i.'otfk freni thin -if. The hoard tK A I tvlt : V' fil
,c.!l r::::.'-.l t(. f c !!'. in : jt:d.-rs of elee- f I K v -I f''t'S
c. .:cc-.tn!;ck. John :H v: t?xbf J il;!
r:-i'l- ---:.. R "MO M
Ki- ; Vaid PeCT.l rror-nrt. A1 Ta- JD i-'frhv;. ! a fc'! 1
. v r. . '. I :i lo z l.an.-i!. r. ! : '"rt Cook, irj X'tf-sJ'?; -I I .V I Ki 4
1 i : .i Ward F:: st im c'net. GeorRe M '-l . fef V 1 l J
'"Mon. .l.n.H- A. W. il. M. U Mor- R 1? v' ' Pjlf 'V Y -)
S. end Ward Srro'd ;winct. S.ira I p . ! t .7 : : fiM
';'! W'.Tat.: Ii!; inan, Carl ' V ff,;-'.i ; I L.V ; 1 .'.;
n-,.- 3 '"-"! I IT. jr-i? '
1 Watd- Fi-t i.v(.i::ct. Fmd !3 ,r.'.' !' 1 IhSw
-to, li-. 'I 1.,,-ia. M (...,,.. Klhort Don. H ,v fl.MlV?
T.'i'.l W..:.l-S.-c.i..l in.cinct. Wit- IQ VLJl M U!-w!Jii:
i! !:: i:a. J hu it:, toer. Clyde Frn- 'rj
jo:.-.. y y
Thi'd Wnrrl-Thlsd precinct, S. A.
" l.'iV ..t vav S.r; I:m i on f 1" lt-o,- -Mi
1 V :'.va :, r ''"h v;;"! ! t'- tu-t. ii r.r:. jnTTfrrTTTTa.
( ' r -:-:v.' : . , j !-iok. Fio,! A, ! o i;:-t. .llm E. Volk. ,
P 'tVi;' 3 !: 5 ' ''-':. Wc;d S,-,r,.i oncirct dohn : : :
I":, -v 1 : -'vi . i t .-. . ..... . , .. .1 " I
''Vl:rf- -v;- '':''!'.-'. Willi. ir.: Pan!. Siii'i'lid I). VSN '"f v I
fv.; ,7 S,MU Ward -Kin- tt-cinct. CharW W t.
H'.-.Vf. 4 ... li Hoirv Ko..;-,', r H-v 1 .vhr ' K ' B fef'M l-.4l 4: WVA?
S O C I ETY
I.". 4 'V ' . ' l1'". I"i..n. Martin Sain.i.dvon, Max ta ILmrs,, JL H
, :. ;
( "" i Licensed to Wed.
I r . X'?S i Jfltisiav T. !,. rr-mptlca
i 1 . k. :ot . i t
a . . . I :
mgs ana insertions, Vz to 5 in.
wide, worth up to 22c yard, now
and are siiitable for waists, corset Covers, children's dresses,
aprons, trimmings and fhe like. Xot a piece worth less than dou
ble -and many of them three times the price now asked. Come ex
pecting to find beautiful embroideries.
LOT III Swiss, nainsook, cam
bric, and Madeira edging , inser
tions and beadings, Vz to 12 inches
wide, worth up to 29c yard, now
LOT V Swiss, nainsook, cambric and Madei-
ra insertion, edgings, finished bands, beadings, p
and medallion', ranging from 1 to IS inche; J
i : 4. 'a- 1 1
Swiss, cambric and
nainsook insertions, edgings and
bead nJs, 9 to 45 inches wide,
$2.48 values, yard now selling at
LOT VIII-Beautiful Swiss
flouncings, 27 and 45 inches wide,
finished binds, 9 inches wide,
worth up to $3.69 yard, now only
ON SALE AT BARGAIN SQUARE, FIRST FLOOR
Till -tii T i
cionis. Kerseys aim tancy mixed eirecrs.
The assortment includes coats origin
ally priced from 10 to $140, all noV
at one-half price. ;
Sui s ar3 in V3v;t, ccrdu-roy, series,
broadc och? arid mjx'ures. Misses,'
regular, and stout s.zes ar iicluded.
Ori;;ioa'ly $10 to $125, nose at Vz price.
Chilcrea's coats, one-fourth off
Mothers can keep the little folks
warmly Jresei without ireit expense.
A 1 th oood material; jn plain colors
an.imix?i effects ar? to be fiund in
our assoitnent-. 6 to 14 year sizes,',
choice at one-fourth off.
Street dresses at one-fourth off
Bot'i vomer's and mis;ej' drestes of
f i:k cni wo;i inc uiin the season's
be-t style features.
Par.y coats and patty gowns, Vz cii
January sale of muslin underwear
Notwithstanding the heavy selling, our .four
large Juts at 2."c, 50c, 75c and 98c still remain
intact, although we can not say how much long-
er they will be so. The success of this sale dem
onstrates beyond question the quality of th;
values being offered.
French hand-embroidered underwear
The skill of foreign needlewomen in the art of em
broidering is shown in the daintiness of the desipn3
and tho precis, on of tije Btitches. In the ornamen
tion of this beautiful underwear the marvelous
skill of those painstaking peasant worker shows
to the best advantage. Chemises of linen as deli
cate as a handkerchief, with garlands of dainty Uttlo
f ower3 and scalloped edges. Gown?, corset covers
and combination suits with spray in. various de
signs and beading. Prices OS to S-1.50
Li Grecque tailored underwear
Becat.se of its perfectly smooth fit. La Grecque
underwear is a favorite with stout persons. Com
binations with both drawers and- covers and
Kkirt and covers, SI. 50 to S7.!0. Corset covers,
S2.f5 Orawers. 50 to 34.1)5.
slips troni SglZ.lZ3 to S13.50-
. Children's crepe underwear
This is-new, Bomethir.55 ,we havo not shown . booro.''
Tho gowns are in white with pink, blue and lavn
der rings, trimmed with narrow edging of linen
lace. Also ono-piece. slip-over style trimmed with
lace and insertion. Drawers in Knickerbocker and
regular styles, trimmed with embroidery insertion
and edging. S me with lace, while otters are plain.
Foiv th Floor.
1 1'-re In tti frt
P nithi rn " mon i r
'n,'i'ni;y l y n y:.itc .
Siutt'-ru ntnun. d v-
tlful. Wi'itlllg to U
Inurr! t y iv m:i;i'!'
far. It is tvi 1, .'.I
th-' South. v:iii,i';i"li
h'ira! It J. I r' ..nipt. ant
it. Ki;,i ...
Ms Oda iiaiuou
ah. r Si hrrrr. . . . Po
Miss li rtha P.ii int r
It ?Iimi, s i 1,
1 80,1 l.-ati-crmiiHl
c tlKiiro In thp
f t li spirit of
,1 lut novcr
evi n tn d -f. at.
.. I'.oi k Island
. . Kock I.sland
oh Hock Island
Tho iinvr!!;r,i; ulM a -r,-Rt fvnt
In South Car. Una. nttra;mj a f':ll
ttt ii, l in,o t tup I'n'.if.i I'ntifi ,!"rat
Vt-r:n nd tho l"oit",l Dautittrs
of till- l Vnfrtirr.cy.
The busi.st and mlghtle.-t little
thin that eur was nia,If is ChamtT
lain Sori;.(h and Livtr Taiiltts.
! They ilo the work whenever you re-
rj slre their aid. These tablets change
' i&',cn.s8 iLte strength, listiessness
into etiry. Flooa-.in.ss in'o joyous
i ne?g. Tht ir action is so pentlo one
don't reall.to they bave taken a purga
I tive. S'.d by all druggists.
Biliousness is Bad Enough
in itself with its headaches, sour stomach, onplcasant hre.ith
ml nervous depression but nervousness brings a bad train
of worse ills if it is not soon corrected. Rut if you will clear
your fystem of poisonous bile rou will be rid of present
troubles nl be secure ajjiinj-t others which may be worse.
act quickly and surtly they repnlate the lxwels, stimulate
the liver and kidneys tone the stonvtch. Tlien your
blood will lie purer and richer and your nerves won't bother
you. The whole world over Reecham's Pills are known as a
ni.t efficient family remedy, harmless but sure in action. For
all disorders of the digestive organs they are regarded as the
Best Preventive end Corrective
Tk Jirtoe. w-th r.ery bcx sra T.iii.b!.-p.c'iill, for woo.i
Sold errvher. I boxes JOc.. 25c
THE ALDA RECITAL.,
THE ROCK ISLAND Ml'SICAl.
club presented 'Madame Frances Alda
last night at the Illinois in the annual
l abile concert, and it was again dem
onstrated that the people of Rock Is
land and vicinity are appreciative of
and anxious to hear the best In the
line of entertaiiimenL The house was
well filled with an audience apprecia
tive of the efforts of the club to give
to the public good music.
Madame AJda gave a program of 20
short songs in groups of five In the
French, German and Engliph, the nura
hers fairly well representing the vari
ous epochs In music. The program
a& a whole pleased, although one felt
somewhat of disappointment In the
fact that bo many of the songs were
tn a language that the mass of the
audience was unable to understand,
and in the omission of a more preten
tious number, from which one
could better Judge the possibilities of
th;? singer's voice. Madame Alda has
a voice of very good quality, a sweet
ness of tone and good raige, and at
limps shows great power. Her voice
is true soprano in quality and her
upper tones are very clear and artis
tically taken. At times, however, her
singing seemed forced and she lacked
the ease In the rendition of her songs
that characterized the singing of
Madame Schumann-Helnk, tha star
who arpeared tinder the club auspices
last year. It la perhapa unfair to
compare the two trtists because of
the marked difference ia the style of
the two prima donnas. Jl9danr Alda's
; enunciation was none too distinct.'
1 etpecially to tbose seated- well back j
Sin the auditorium. Sh Is a beautiful j
j woman, her stage appearance Is love- t
ly .-:3d her manner 13 very gracious
and demanded encore after encore,
which she pra icti: ly save.
It is haid to judge the number in
which she appeared to best advantage,
hut th grj-arei't ovation was given
her following the rendition of ".My
Heart," ! v Alberto Randegger, who
also acted as her accompanist. Mr.
Randecger was sympathetic iu his ac
companiment throughout the numbers,
but An affectation of manner detract
ed somewhat from the beauty of his
The concert as a whole was artis.
tit ally very successful and adds more
laurels to the club under whose aus
pices it was given.
MISS BERTHA RIEX1XGER OF
Buffalo Prairie and Walter Schercr,
ecu of Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Schercr of
the Thirty-eighth street road. South
Rock Island, were married this morn
ing at li:20 at the parsonage of the
German Lutheran church, tho pastor,
Rev. Ph. Wilhelm, performing tlu cere
mony. They were aciompanio 1 by the
:,r:cji'a parents and brother John, and
Miss Frances Riexinger, sir.ter of the
bride. The bridal party lefi at o;re
for Taylor Ridge, where a recera'aii
was held this afternoon. They will
make their home on a farm one and
a half miles west of Taylor Ridge.
MISS MARY B. K.VOX, DAI CHTER
of Mrs. James Knox, C23 Thirty-fifth
street, and Eugene V. Ramser, won of
Mrs. Eugenie Ramser. S3! Thirtieth
f.trtet, were married last evening r.t
7:"fi at the parsonage of the German
Methodist church, Rev. Theodore Kcs
olfif.iating. A company of friends and
relatives was present at the ceremony j served. The ruts!
v.hich was followed bv a dinner at
the home of the groom's mother.
They have gone to housekeeping in a
home already furnished at O'to Forr-teenth-and-a-half
street. Mr. Ramser
is a member of the J. Ramser jewelry
Moline, at which time Miss Anna
Irene LarUin, reader, and Miss Hen
rietta Weber, pianist, will give Mae
terlinck's "Blue Beard." Maeterlinck
and one of his best known works,
"The Blue Bird," was the lesson topic
at tho regular meeting of tho Fort
nightly club held Monday. Mrs. W.
L. Clark was in charge of the lesson
and topi; were given by Mrs. W. H.
Van l.'ervoort and Mrs. William
OXK li I NDUED COUPLES AT
tended the annual reception and
diusco of Rock island com-
mandery. No. I4-, Knights Templar,
held last evening in the par
lors of the New llaiper. Tho recep
tion hours were from S till 'J, and then
dancing followed till 12::M. Inter
srersing the dame numbers were vo
cal rejections by the I.ionilli quartet
and Miss Charlotte Anderson, the
.'rifted (languor of Aaron Anderson, a
member of the i 01 11 in a ode ry. The
young lady has voice of exceptional
swei tness, and she was rop.;ntedly re
called. A 1 Pcio a lap luncheon was
: for tho evening
too Critei ion or-
chi stra. Command, r li. J. r ullcrtou
and wife h-d the gra.ii march.
513 17th St.
Sale lasts only
three more days
t Her audience w&a most enthusiastic j
DINNER FOR VISITOR.
MRS. GEORGE W. BOHG ENTER
tained at a delightful dinner party at
her home, 422C Seventh avenue. Men
cay evening as a courtesy to Mis
Nita Mavnp. who is the fner of her :
- ' - ! i nursoav
iiister, Mrs. D. H. Stacks, at her homo, ;0,,.0.jc
1S07 Seventh avenue. Covers wcra tj,e uer,-;
laid for 12 at a table prettily decor- j Tiie g.
aiea wim sweet, peas, a wiener uaikci ' afternoon
holding tnese flowers, being used a
centerpiece aurrounded by ferns, and
the place cards wers of this design.
Following the delicious dinner an im
jrcmptu program of readings and
songs was given by some of the gnests.
Miss Mayne I3 a reader of exceptional
ability and gave several selections, as
did tlso Miss Henrietta Kinner. Mi:;s
Pearl Livingston rrn:3!cal num-
tcre, both piano ad vocal. The rc
:i.lz.' hours were devoted to play
iug COO, three tzizz licis surrounded
Ly th; layc73.
The Court of lienor. No. ?A, will
trive a ord party Thur-day afternoon
at 'Math's hdl.
The ladies of the Altar society of
St. Paul's Belgian Catholx- church
will hold a coir e and card sociable!
t'.t the iu.iiio of Mrs. Theodore Van:
Heck, SI. 1 iw.-titj -fourth btreet, ,
afternocn. Jan. 2",, at 2
rho jroieed will go fori
of the church,
'.c ciab will meet tomorrow
ivi;h Mr.j. VU tcrta Slog, CoC !
Main street , Duvcnr.ort, and a miscel-
Ianeous program will he pi veil. ' j
CROUP ENDS LIFE.
Many Cliildri'ii lio of Croup Kvrry
Year IJefore a Doctor Can lie
Parents of children should be pre
pared at all times for a spasm o?
Keep in the house a remedy that
will give instant, relief and keep tho
child from choking until the arrival
of the physician. .
Get a GO cent bottle of Ilyomol to
day and in case of mi attack of
croup pour 2 ft ilrops into a kitchen
bowl of boiling water. Hold tho
child's head over the bowl so that
it can breathe the soothing, pene
trating vapor that arises. In .tho
meantime send for a physician.
This treatment has saved tho
lives of many children and is a pro
caution that all parents should
j Hyoniei is sold by the Harper
; House pharmacy and druggists ev
lerywhere and is guaranteed for
I croup, catarrh, asthma and bron
' ( li it is.
McGilvrey Quits Place.
Macomb. 11!., Jan. 2t. Professor J.
E. McGilvrey, acting president of the
Illinois Normal school here, has de
clined the proMd'oioy tendered by tho
trtirtc-es. He was installed following
I the death of Piesident Alfred Bayli
! who died in Iowa ar the result of in
; juries received when Ms horse thr'-v
: him. McGilvrey will accept the presi
:de:icy of the new,; Ohio State Normal
! Ki hoo! at Kent, Ohio.
Quick Relief for Rheumatism. 1
Georct" W. Koo '.s. I.awton. Mich . I
says: "Dr. DeU.hon's Relief for'
TC GiVn ' CLUE E!R3."
THE FORTNIGHTLY STUDY
club has arranged to entertain friends
In an unusual and dilishtful manner
on the evening cf Tcb.
of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Ainsworth, in
ts ti: en my v.ifa won-.
d?rfiil b r.ef.t for rheumatism. She
could r.o: lift hand cr foot; had to be'
lif'ed for two n'otit:'. She began the
ti-o cf th" i::::'.y c:d improved ran-'
iciy. On Monday she could not move
and on Wednesday the got up, dressed
hsrEPlf aid walked out for breakfast."
fold by Otto Grotjan, I'M R-cond ave
nue. Rock Islard; Gust Schlogtl & .
Son, 220 West Second treet,.Daveu-j
n'iws all the tizie. The'
Hat ar,a Bosoii Paste
and be exterminated cpikkly and thor
oughl;also l-.tr rats, mice, watcrbug:,.
etc Get the gt-nuinc.
Money Back if it Fails.
25c and $1.01).
Site t7 rnrrfc.il rTi-rytchcTe.
SUams'Cectite Hiln CoChiwigo,IU.