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THE ROCK ISLAND
FRIDAY, APRIL 26, 1912.
GARBAGE WILL BE
Commissioner Hart Announces
That Wagons Will Be Oat
in Ten Days.
TO USE WEST END PLOT
lief une Must lie Thrown in Properly
Sealed and Properly lined
Within 10 days at the most. Rock
Island's force of garbage collectors
will be back on the Job for the Bum
mer season to collect garbage from
properly sealed cans which are prop
erly placed In the alleys so that the
collection will be made as easy as
posclble. Commissioner Archie Hart,
under whose direction the collection
comes, announced this morning that be
plans to put the wagons In service
next week, and If not at thai time, a
week from Monday at the latest. By
that time the alleys will have been
cleared of the debris which has filled
them during the winter months, and
It will be poFflbl'' for the wagons to
get through without danger of being
BCIUF.n IJ WEST ED PLOT.
The garbage will be hauled to the
west end of the city, and arrangements
have been made for Its burial In a plot
of ground south of the place where It
was burled last year. The method of
disponing of the garbage proved satis
factory last year and will probably be
as BuccesHful this year. Because of
the fact that the garbage Is to be bur
led. Commissioner Hart advlnes c.HI
ens against throwlngincans.glaMflware
or any other articles which are not
dissoluble. In fact, unless the recep
tacles are free from everything but
dissoluble material, it will not be tak
en by the drivers.
FAST DKIVING BRINGS
40-DAY TERM IN JAIL
Ruben Dunbar, an east end resident, j
is due for a 40-day stretch in the coun
ty fciastile as the result of some fast
driving of which he was guilty last
evening. Late last pight Officer Mc
Carthy stopped the young man while
he was driving at a mad clip. He
was taken to the police station and but
for the exception of a night-mare, his
sleep was different from his ride.
When arraigned before Magistrate C.
J. Smith this morning, Dunbar had lit
tle to say. In view of his past deficien
cies, the term meted out to Dunbar
was light one. The fine of $200 and
costs which was Imposed means that
he will stay down there till the roses
tloom in June.
Ask any leading druggist which rem
edy for skin diseases he sells most of.
"Postern," he mill reply unhesitating
ly. And If he has seen Its wonder
ful work In healing aggravated ekln af
fections he can state the reason; be
cause of real and positive merit and
Its vast superiority over all other
methods of treatment.
On merit alone, Poslam has become
the remedial success of the century,
quickly eradicating skin ' diseases
which have been endured for years.
It stops Itching at once; cures all
eczemas, acne, tetter, ull forms of
itch, pimples, scaly scalp and every
Thomns Drug Co.. Harper House
Pharmacy and all druggists sell Pos
lam (DO cents) and POSLAM SOAP,
the beautifying ekln Boap (25 cents).
For free sample of Poslam. write
to the Emergency Laboratories,' (32
WeBt 25th street. New York City.
Miss Abbie J. H. Upham, of New
York, who Is a national worker In the
Woman's Home Missionary society of
the Presbyterian church, held a most
Interesting service in the Presbyterian
church of this city Sunday evening.
Miss Upham left Mondr ' Viola to
work there In the interests of this so
ciety. Miss Ona Miller spent Saturday and
Sunday in Orion with her sister, Mrs.
W. B. Smith and family.
Mr. Brock, a former Aledo resident,
but who now resides in Indianoia,
Iowa, come Monday to visit friends
Mrs. Ce'.lcla Coe left Monday for a
few days' visit- with friends in New
Mrs. A. E. Klncald of Los Angeles,
Cal., who has been visiting In Aledo
and vicinity since February, left Mon
day for a visit with friends In Viola.
Mrs. A. Willits left Monday to visit
her daughter a few days at Lincoln,
Miss Shattuck, who has been the
guest of Mies Grace Derr, lft Monday
for her home In Woodhull.
The celebrated painting, "The Last
Supper," by W. H. Leavitt, has been
exhibited here ail last week. Sunday
afternoon the artist gave a lecture on
"Jerusalem," before the Columbian
club and otherB who were interested.
The painting Is one of the finest works
of art ever displayed In the United
States and Is valued at $100,000.
The Aledo high school won second
place Saturday in the lnter-scholastic
track and field meet, which was held
in Peoria under the auspices of the
Bradley Polytechnic institute.
Mrs. O. A. Cooke and Mrs. A. G.
Brldgford returned Saturday from Chi
cago, where they had spent a week at
tending the P. E. O. convention and
L. D. Elliott of Wichita. Kans., has
returned to Aledo for a visit with his
Prof. W. R Woodmansce, dean or
the William and Vashti college, at
tended a meeting of the representa
tives of all colleges affiliated with the
University of Chicago, Friday and Sat
urday. John McRoberts accompanied his
aunt, Mrs. W. H. Bartlett to New Bos
ton Saturday, for a short visit.
Miss Rose Jobusch returned Mon-
THE SEE HIVE
Now Is the Time
&f All Times to Select
Your Suit for Spring
and Summer Wear.
Considering thr time of season the reductions are
extraordinary. Now you have complete assortments
of the very latest and most wanted styles and mater
ials to select fnm later on you will have only the
odds and ends.
Suits that sold from $22.60 to $25, now $18.93
Suits that sold from $27.60 to $30 now $22.50
Suits that sold from $32.50 to $40, now $27.50
Not a suit but what you would be satisfied to pav
full price for, and when we say that thev are the
greatest bargains in the city we are not exaggerat
ing in the least and remember we do not charge for
Hundreds of newest dresses, coats, skirts, waists and
hats are here for you tomorrow.
Doing our own buying we pav particular attention
to the style, design, quality and finish of our gar
mentsthe many little details that mean so much
in ladies' wearables and usuallv ignored are given
our personal attention.
That is why so much satisfaction goes with everv
2k 'Bee Hive
Or. 2nd & 'Brady Sts.
srm at KJ4
Plenty of sizes In
mixture suits: re
duced from $9.98
SKIRTS AT fgJS
A rackful to
blacks and mix
tures worth up
of the superiority of our Hart
Schaffner & Marx, Clothcraft, Yorkshire, Society
Brand clothes, is best , demonstrated by the class of
men and young men of the Tri-Cities that is buying them. We
have the favored English models with high cut vest and vestee.
The latest American models in rich greys, tans, browns, purples, ox
ford blues and swell blue serges, at from $12.50 to $35.
"It Makes No Difference"
what priced suit, cravenette or slip-on coat you
buy here, you'll get better value for your money
than any store in the Tri-Cities can give you. Our methods of turn
ing over our stocks at stated periods allows but small profits, that's
why we give you better values, as we depend on volume rather than
"Your Satisfaction Guaranteed"
is the feature that your patronage is based on at
Mosenfelder & Sons, and we want you to come
here tomorrow to see our great stocks. Special showing of Cloth
craft blue serge suits at $15. Other styles $10 to $20. Hart Schaff
ner & Marx and Society Brand at $20 to $35. New slip on rain
coats at $5 to $18. All new Irish silk neckwear, Delpark wash ties
at 25c. Immense showing of new shirts, coat styles, $1.00 to $5.00.
Our Hat Dept.
is the busiest spot in town
selling the new Mosenfelder & Sons' Special
soft and stiff hats at $3.00. Great showing
of imported novelty hats, cloth hats, etc., in
new shapes and colors, $1.50 to $3.00. Big
day tomorrow here. Better come.
The Tri-Cities' Foremost Quality Clothiers
day from Buriington, Iowa, where she
was the guest of her cousin, Mrs. Blay
ney, over Sunday.
Mrs. J. H. Mitchell and daughter of
Columbus, Ohio, who have visited here
with relatives, left Monday evening to
visit relatives in New Boston.
Mrs. Piatt of Coal Valley and Mrs.
Muhlenburg of Joy were visitors Mon
day at the lioine of Mrs. Robinson and
Mrs. W. W. Warnock returned Mon
day from the Galesburg hospital,
where she has spent a few weeks.
Mrs. J. H. Cawthron of Cedar Rap
Ids. Iowa, and sister, Mrs. J. P. Irnon
of this city, returned Monday from
Galesburg. They were the guests of
Mrs. lemon's son.
! Miss Mary Irwin returned Monday
, from Chicaso. where 6be has made an
extended visit with relatives.
Mrs. C. H. Cooper left Tuesday for
Bloomtngton, where she was called by
the serious Illness of her father.
Mrs. M. J. Merryman and Master
iKdward Watson went to the tri-clties
j Tuesday to s pend a few days with rel
atives. Mr. and Mrs. S. S. Johnston left
Tuesday for Rock Island, where Mrs.
Johnston will visit until Thursday.
, Her husband returned Tuesday even
i Mrs. George Thornton was a visitor
j in the tri-cities Tuesday,
j The Misses Anna and Ella Johnson
' went to Reynolds Tuesday to attend
' the funeral of their cousin, Walter
Edward Noonan started Tuesday for
Wet Feet Cause
of Many Cosld
Damp weather and wet feet are the
.cause of many colds at this season of
.the year. A person whose vitality has
I been lowered fcy the strain of the se
vere winter weather is unable to
j withstand the shock to the system,
I and a small epidemic of colds always
: follows wet, rainy wither,
j It is important to remember that
Father John s Medicine cures colds by
j building up the system, stimulating
each organ to perform Its natural
work, thus removing the Impurities.
The elements of which Father John's
Medicine is composed are pure and
wholesome nourishment to build up
ttose who are weak and run down.
Des Moines, Iowa, to visit friends and
Mr. and Mrs. Archibald McKinney
went to Rock Island Tuesday for a
Dr. J. M. Davis was a business vis
itor in Rock Island Tuesday.
Rev. S. Baker of Millersbure took
the car here Tuesday for Chicago to
spend a few days.
Tuesday evening the Aledo hieh
school declamation contest was held.
Charles Forner won first place In the
boys' contest, and Boyd Finch second
place. In the girls' contest, Miss Ruth
Chowning was given first place and
Miss Kathryn Scott second. Miss
Pearl Iarrance, principal of the New
Windsor schools; Professor Glenn
Clark of William and Vashti college,
and Mr. Walters, principal of the Joy
schools, were the judges. There were
four boys and six girls in the contest,
and all did justice to themselves and
to their training.
Mrs. J. L. Vernon accompanied her
husband to Rock Island Wednesday
for a ehort visit there.
Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Osborn went to
Galesburg Wednesday for a short bus
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Boyd returned
Wednesday from an extended visit in
California, where they have been since
Mrs. Glenn Smith and baby left
Wednesday for Peoria to join Mr.
Smith, who is emnloved there, i
At the annual school election, O. F.
Dickson was elected president, and
Mrs. U C. Detwiler and E. R. Petrie
were elected as members of the board
of education in this city.
Miss Georgia Samuelson returned
Wednesday to her home in New Wind
sor. She has been in Aledo training
the high school contestants for the
contest Tuesday evening.
Mrs. Everett of Marlon, Ohio. 1b the
guest of Mrs. F. Everett and daughter
Mrs. Van Meter returned Tuesday
from a visit with relatives in Aurora
Miss Bessie Bassett returned Tues
day from a week's visit with friends
S. A. Boruff returned Tuesday ev
ening from Galesburg, where he was
recently operated on for appendicitis.
Mrs. Miller of Rock Island waa a
recent visitor In Aledo at the home of
Miss Ella McK.ee.
At a recent meeting of the North
Central Association of Colleges, Drury
academy of Aledo was represented by
Dr. F. C. English, who Is president of
the William and Vashti college. The
Drury academy was given a good re
port by the Illinois state examiners,
and i3 continued on the accredited
list of this association, which is verv
gratifying to the people of Mercer
30 Days for Moocher.
Thirty days for having a few too
many "drinks In him and attempting to
secure money to supply the wherewith
al for more drinks, was the sentence
which was given to one Thomas Logan
by Magistrate C. J. Smith this morn
ing. Igan was reaping a rather rich
harvest yesterday when Officer C.
Meenan interrupted him and took him
to the police station. lagan's fine was
$150 and costs, sum sufficient to keep
him in the bastile till the latter part of
DRILL THE TRAMPS
ACROSS THE CREEK
Aha! The first band of tramps has
gone through tnat "driu" over the
bridge and far away into the inner re
cesses of the city of Davenport. This,
morning half a dozen "weary Willies,"
typical exponents of the side-door pull
man travelers were escorted to the via
duct at Twenty-fourth street and Third
avenue by Officer C. Meenan. No com
pass was given to them but when they
left, they had a general idea as to
which direction to take as well as di
rections as to course to he pursued in
the future. Unless they care to sit
behind the stony walls of the Itock Is
land connty bastile or join the work
crew which will soon be put on the joi,
the knights of the road will give Rock
Ifclaml the high sign in their future
One of the most startling changes
ever seen in any man. according to W.
B. Holselaw. f'!rf:idon. Texas., wag
effected years ago in his brother. "He
hiid sik-Ii a dreadful cough," he writes,
"that all our family thought he was
goii:g Into eoiLsiuniition, but he began
to use Dr. King's New Discovery, and
was completely cured by ten bottles.
Now he is sound und well and weighs
21S pounds. For many years our fam
ily has used this wonderful remedy
for Coughs and Colds with excellent
results." It's quick, safe, reliable and
guaranteed. Pries 50 cents and $1.00.
Trial bottle free, at all druggists.
Just as good as any chef.
This delicious breakfast porridge first served at the Post Tavern
in Battle Creek-yis now sold by grocers for family use.
Post Tavern Special is a delicate, rich blend of choice wheat, com
and rice, creating a new and winsome flavor.
Serve steaming hot for
Made by Postum Cereal Co, Ltd, Pure Food Factories, Battle Geek, Mien."