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THE ROCK ISLAXt? ARGUS WEDNESDAY, JUNE 12, 1012.
meat at the rarlouB buildings for the
last two years bas been aa follows:
Let's Get Down to Brass Tacks!
Board of Education Approves
Plan Involving the Two
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AFFECTS SIX TEACHERS
Plan, When Followed Klsewhere, Has
(.ien Most batinfactory
BILLS FOR MOSTH.
The following bills were allowed:
R. I. Hardware Co $29.90
K. I. Union 7.50
People's Power Co 46.13
Spencer & Trefz
other i Owatonna Flour and Feed Co
Following 'he example of
cities In which the sTstera has proven ! prt Byron Lime Association.
.u. ",. ,.,.a iH. R. Battles & Co
ruvmtiui, lb r l, s, MeCabe & Co 23.6
i-choois wlil next term begin 'instruc-! channon Dufva 10.77
t!on of seventh and eighth grade pu-. R. i. Argus 12.00
pils in the Lincoln building on the de-; Electric Construction Co 1.20
partmcntal plan, if expected results Kramer Printing Co 19.60
,,.,,, ,,, , H. Tremann's Sons 6.67
are realized it doubtless will be e- Jph XoftFktr 3-0
tended to other bulid.nKS where the , Ieroh & n 40
hijthfr grammar graden are taught. ;r . 0 Rn
Details for the innovation were ar- i
H. H. Hayden
i A. J. Burton
Pittsburgh Plate Glass Co.
R. I. .Lumber & Mfg. Co...
ranged at the regular meeting of the
board of duration laHt evening. It i
was decided to divide the work under j
fix heads, each department having a
r ,.-... , I R. I. National Bank
teachers being sc ec ed from he reg- Schockpr p Co
ular staff In the building. Arithmetic Myers &Co.
will be aligned to one teacher Lng- K phlbrook
lluh arid grammar to another, history
and civics to a third, riding and lit-; wim AnderBOn'
rature to a fourth, and the other two .
,,, . , . . George Kale
will take care of geography and sup- petpr Begolln
plemcntary bn.r.cbes. Kaih teacher Goedeke'.'!
wni nave a ciass in spelling, im' s- i j pry 16 40
h.l branches mi.-sir. drawing. n-j ' nlc''' 1n'00
mansh'p. manual training and domestic , John Vede lf)M
laugnt r;y epeoa. Jo,m Cowden 2.80
Albert ReddiK 7.40
vi.w wrnv kooi. William Giles 7.50
Two flans are under consideration , Chamberlain, Kindt & Co 7S.00
for a HttfTiy room, one being to throw (Agnes Lamp ( 10.00
Vim ihiffitfti m - ktt-
mm 4iM im
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6.60 it !L
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353 imni!iir?r m
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5.00 " '
Olof Z. Cervin 1,500.00
We Wantto Talk Values to You 1
snrely something you are interested in value in the shape K
of shoes, every number of which shouts, "Look at me, I am
different." There is always something better to be had at
the price. Our lines prove it. When you wear shoes made by
the factories listed below you eliminate all risk of poor wear
ing shoes and poor fitting shoes. Ladies' and men's shoes
here are the Stacy-Adams company. Just Wright, Ralston Health, Weber KJ
Bros., J. M. O Donnell company wicnard & Gardner, Jonn Kelly, Haua
han & Son of Brockton, Brooklyn, Philadelphia and Rochester.
The best proof of value is to see the shoes.
Im i TiMiftMin'iiii rt-;i. ;..:i' kf!tSeSTn
Bros., Footf itters
M'ienec will be
teachers, as now
tween Twelfth and Thirteenth streets
on Third avenue, caught fire this
morning about 11 o'clock. The fire
department made short work of the
blaze. There was no damage.
together two rooms on the second Walker, Ingram & Sweeney.
rkxir. and the other to furnish a room Cable Music House
on the third floor.
F. J. Hodges
Elsewher" where the departmental , J. Jjimp
plan has been tried in the public j George H. Kingsbury
febools. a larger enrollment and a , Charles Scrihner"s Sons
higher percentage of attendame has j Pantagraph Printing and Sta-
resulted. The Individual Interests of j tionerv' Co 9.75
farli pupil can be looked after better ! L. E. Wright 12. SO
than under the old plan. K. M. Starr
Anhtfect's plans for the fitting tip of j Manual Arts 'Press
an assembly room in the Lincoln build- j T. F. Burke
inp were considered. I Grand Rapids Furniture Rec-
WORKING OUT DETAILS OF
PAY TRIBUTE TO
MRS. M, SUDLOVV
Baltimore, June 12. Only part of the meeting place,
Some of their work
The resignation of Miss Emily Free- Co
man. principal of the
school, was accepted.
P wan decided to build a fence on F. C. Eastman
the eas-t hide of the Horac e Mann j Ptrayer's Mod'd Dairy Farm. .
building and repair the fence north of Edward Nance
th Hukitii' Field grounds. i Parldon Wall Taper Co
The time of receiving bids for the ! J. A. McDonald
entral heating plant was extended till W. I. Telegraph Co
I ; e 20. I Rook Island Stove Co
Report snowi d that during theninth
jm !ii 1 month there werp 1.754 pupils
I . It lit r a!i l.t nor tardv. The enioll-
Washington ; J. H. Darby .75
W. 31. Blener 12.00
Visiting Nurse Association Offi
cers Adopt Resolutions
work accomplished by the democratic
national convention, which opens here
June 25, will be performed in the con
vention hall. The results will appear
there, but before these results are at
tained lights will burn far into the
night at various hotels and office
1 may be done at the lieiveaere in rooms
allotted them by the national commit
tee, and some in the rooms assigned to
them at the convention hall.
national coiiiiiimee, 'u iuij;t&i.
vationatthe Belvedere has been made
an are expected to attract the greatest
I The most unique and if the weath
er is very warm the most comforta
ble quarters in Baltimore have been
engager by William R. Hearst. For
the use of himself and his friends the
New York editor has taken the big
roof garden on the Hotel Emerson.
Other state delegations that already
ihave established quarters are located
aE follows: Hotel Rennert Rhode Is-
ployes will be devoted to tlv- work of
making the convoution visitors com
fortable and at home.
Man Coughs and Breaks Ribs.
After a frightful coughing spoil a
man in Neenah, Wis., felt tcrriblo
pains in his tide and his doctor found
two ribs had been broken. What agouy
Dr. King's New Discovery would have
saved him. A few toaspootisful ends
a late cough, while persistent use routs
HOLD POSTPONED MEETING
Miss Giles' R'ort Shows Assis
tant Has Been Employed All
uuiiumss """"I-"""' "' "W. -"-- "J """ xafso.v, v....w. niont. Vorth rnrnllnn k'.ndrii. Vic
teen.au from Indiana. For the me.n-80rlj Qf ' '
hers of h.s committee and his rnends The hand). convention ar-
Mr. 1 aggart has taken d0 rooms in tne I ., r ., ,
..... . . ... 1 rangements, separate from the purelv
main buildings, with accommodations , . , 1
, . x. . Political end, ig in the hands of a
for Co persons more in the Annex and 1. r r. , , , ...
.. , . . large number of local committees,
the 'Blue Parlor" on the second floor' .hifh hav . artl,r, , .
as state delegation headquarters. Oth-1 flonp f th. p.n,t!,hl. ,,,
Iowa, Mississippi, Virginia, part obstinate coughs, expels stubborn
of West Virginia. I colds or heals weak, soro lungs. "I
Hotel Emerson Minnesota. Ver-; tcel sure its a Godsend to humanity,"
Straw Pile Burns.
A pile of straw in an alley be-
convention headquarters have been es
tablished by the national organization
and the organizations supporting the
candidates for places on the national
A political convention is a law unto
itself. Without leaders and committees
to plan their work, the great body offer national committeemen In whose
('elegates could make little headway, i name large reservations have been
but even the most astute leader cannot made at the Belvedere are: Roger C.
always know when the delegates will ; Sullivan, Illinois; Homer S. Cum
upset carefully prepared routine. Nev- j mings, Connecticut; J. B. Kremer,
ertheless, until the delegates ballot j Montana; A. J. Daly, Alaska; Alvah
and one of the candidates receives the i Adams, Colorado; Edwin O. Wood,
two-thirds vote necessary for nomina-, Michigan ; Clark Howell, Georgia; .1.
tiou, those who are trying to learn in j M. Guffey, Pennsylvania; Willard
advance what the result will be w ill i Saulsbury, Delaware. I'rey Wilson of
watch these headquarters. Kentucky, secretary of the national
A national convention has been lik-1 committee, and Herman Ridder of
floor of the Equitable, building.
a large suite of offices filled with em-
writes Mrs. E'lle Morton, Columbia.
Mo., "for I believe I would have con
sumption today, if I had not used this
great remedy." Its guaranteed to sat
isfy, and you can get a free trial
bottle or 50 cent or $1.00 Bize at all
All the news all the tlme The Argus.
if I Iff WI
A Hot Cereal
Is a good start for the day.
It tones up the system increases the circulation of
blood and helps the digestive organs to perform their
a new food
irvade from 'wheat, corn and rice is an ideal hot dish
It has a delicious, creamy taste, rich nourishment,
and is easily digested.
Post Tavern Special is economical, easy to prepare
to be cooked same as old-fashioned porridge and
served with sugar and cream.
Sold by Grocers in 15c packages.
Made by Tostum Cereal Co. Ltd., Pure Food Factories.
Battle Creek. Mich.
I ened to a great engine in which the
i fly wheel is the national committee,
'the governors the committees on cre
idi ntials and resolutions, and the fuel
is the body of delegates which supply
j the motive power, controlled and regu
lated by these three committees.
! The actual work of the convention
started here when members of the na
'. tlonal committee began to arrive. This
! At the postponed meeting of the
Rock Island Visiting Nurse associa
i tion, held at the home of the president,
(Mrs. Cynthia Woodruff on Twenty
' third street last evening, resolutions
Jon the death of Mrs. Mary Sudlow
were adopted as follows:
Whereas, an al.l-wise God has re
moved from among us, in the
height of her usefulness, Mrs.
Mary Cable Sudlow, whose life
was full of good works and deeds
of charity, and to whom the spe
cial work of our association was
Resolved, That we, the officers
and advisory board of the Visiting
Nurse association, feeb that her
life was a rich example to us, and
offer this tribute of appreciation to
her memory, knowing that, though
she rests from he. labors, her
works do follow her, and.
Resolved. That these resolutions
be recorded in the secretary's hook
and a copy ;f them be sent to the
press and the bereaved son.
MARY W. CART Kit,
MHn mki:h ltr.HoiiT. !
The visiting nurse. Miss Marcaret
Giles, reported thai the ast-istant '
nurse. Miss Trumbull, had been em
ployed at least half a day every day '
during the month, and for full time on ;
eight days. Two hundred eighty-eight
calls were responded to. Thirty-three
patients were taken care of under 14
. different doctors, Drs. Iichner, De
Sllva, Bradford, Dart, Williams. S. B. i
Hall. Ostrom. Sala. Senders. Bern
hardt Jr., and Asay, all of Rock Is-1
land; jieck cf Mollne, and Boman of
Davenport. There were 14 former pa
tients treated, 19 being new. Two
cases were dismissed, 10 recovered,
and 21 remain under treatment The
amount spent for milk and egRs was
$2.93, amount collected $17.75, and
$S .10 was paid to the Metropolitan In
surance company. Eight abdominal
bandages, eleht sheets and four gowns
were loaned. Donations were received
from the following: Mrs. Josephine
Williams. Mrs. Mack. Mrs. M. M. Stur- -. . ,
Mrs. McCombs. Sondes pVMlS?.'
Laundry company. Dr. Ostrom, Dr. streaked with gray, and realize that
Souders, Dr. De Groot. Associated 'most of these Deode mitrht have ofr
Mrs. T. Mur- Jg'Ossy, abundant hair of beautiful color
New York, its treasurer,
their quarters here.
Represen'atives of the candidates
for the presidential nomination will be
early on the ground, and all of them
engaged their headquarturs months
ago. Several of them have taken
suites of offices in the down town bus
iness section, as well as large blocks
of rooms in the principal hotels. The
committee cousists of o2 members, one -'' tv campaign committee has offices
from each state and from Alaska, Dis-j in the Munsey building, corner Cal
trict of Columbia, Hawaii and Porto i vf,"t and Fayette streets. Governor
Rico. Its quarters are at the Hotel Harmon's managers have a suite in
Belvedere, situated in the U. Royal '. tUt- Ltjiiitable building, across the
district, within walking distance of the . s,reet, and the Wilaon committee has
convention hall. The two top floors of 'eased an entire small building of No.
the Belvedere have been engaged by 1,0 East Lexington street. " ,
the committee, including C5 bedroom., j ne Fnderwood forces are the only 1
many with sitting rooms attached. In ones that expect to have a whole ho-
e! to themselves. They have reserved !
9th St. Track Rock Island
addition, the committee has taken the
! hotel banquet hall for its sessions. In
! this room the committee goes over the
j papers filed by the contesting dele-
gates ami prepares the temporary roll
i of the convention. This roll will bo
' used when the convention is first call
ed to order. After the committee on
credentials is appointed those who
all the rooms and parlors In the Kutaw
bouse, one of the older hostelrles at
the corner of Eutaw and Baltimore :
streets. This hotel was badly damaged
by fire a few weeks ago, but it is ex
pected that repairs will be finished
before the convention opens. j
The hotel headquarters of the W:l-1
1:30 p.m. Sharp
Some of the fastest horses in
this locality will be entered in
Good Band -Music
are dissatisfied with the rulinc of the na-' fcon' Harmon and Clark workers are in
tional committee will take their claims j lbe Emerson, at the corner of Calvert
before the new committee. and Charles streets, In the heart of the
The committee on credentials and 1 1jU',1ss district, and only half a block
the resolutions committee which drafts Irom t,le Munsey and Equitable build
the platform, as yet have no regular j
.IT SMALL G05T
i Simple Remedy Beautifies
the Hair. Cures Dandruff,
Stops Failing Hal's
Charities, Dr. De Silva,
phy, a friend.
jand lustre if they would but use the
! proper treatment, lhere is no neces-
1 Summer Term Brown'. Business Co,j';y gray hair under sixty-five years
a i , " V' of age, and there u no excuse for any-
lege. Rock Island. jonef young or old, having thin, stragg-
j Brown's Business college will con- j ling hair, either full of dandruff or
tinue In s-ssion all summer. New term neav7 tank, smelling with ex-
opens June 17. High schoel graduates jc?lve olL. . . , ,
and teachers sh-uld take advantage of eurTainiS SaV-S&SS
; this opportunity to learn shorthand and rid yourself of any dandruff and loose
typewriting during the summer months, cairs, and make your hair grow strong
Our study hall Is cool and airy andourifd beautiful by using Wyeth'8 Sage
' new building affords every com7ort and i Sulphur Hair Remedy. For gener-
convenience of modern times. Brown's u'J,n common garaen sage cas reen
Business college, Horst building, oppo
site court houe. M. B. Dewey, princi
pal. Phone west 1574.
j Chamberlain's Cough Remedy is sold
on a guarantee that ff you are cot sat
isfied after xia.nz two-thirds of a bottle I
according to directions, your money
iill be refunded. It is up to you to
i try. Sold by all druggist.
ing.-i. The Wilson committee has the
banquet hall and parlor on the mezza
nine floor and 14 bed rooms. The Har
mon men have 15 sleeping rooms and a
parlor on the mezzanine floor for their i
Two of the notable figures in Balti
more during the convention will be
William J. Bryan and Alton B. Parker, '
the former thrice and the latter once
the choice of a democratic presidential
convention. Colonel Bryan comes as a
delegate from Nebraska and Judge
Parker as a delegate from New York.
The Nehraskan and his brother have a
suite at the Belvedere adjoining the
rooms of the national committee, and :
the Nebraska delegation also has quar
ters in the same hotel. Judi?e Parker
will stay at the Emerson, where the
New York ktatc- delegation will make
Its headquarters, although not all the '
&0 delegates from that state have been i
able to obtain accommodations there. I
Tammany ball has taken 25 rooms :
at the Emerson, having abandoned the
plan of coming to Baltimore oh a big
steamer and using the craft ag a hotel
during the convention. Other celebri
ties from the Empire state who have
suites at this hotel are Governor Dfx. I
Cnl'ed States Senator O Gorman ami :
Charles A. Murphy, the Tammany hall
leader. Colonel George Harvey also
has announced his Intention of staying
'here. The rooms of the New York i
leaders are expected to become one cf .
the important skirmish grounds of con-'
vention week, gince this sta'e sends!
the largest delegation and its repre
sentatives come unlnstructed. fnM!
e,r...plrieni8 in the conventirw, 1
are conclusive rhe deHhrtinn.
the improvement in the aneErnnca of of ,fce New York leaden nrf
your hair after a few days' treatment j "ices at the headquarters of Mr. Bry-
color of the hair: and Sulnhur is reco.
razed t.y Scalp Specialists aa being
excellent for treatment cf hair and
scalp troubles. ,
If you are troubled with dandruff
or itching scalp, cr if your hair is
loir.g its color or corr.in? out. eet a
fifty cent bottle of WyeUi's Sape ard ,,B J,
Slllr.bn fmn mipitnl I "Sell
-i : j ' - ' " ;
i, v-' v., ryi
to be comfortable in the office, factory, store or home.
until you are "sizzling" in July. May was only a warn
ing of how hot it will be this summer. Get our proposi
tion now. Prices right.
Electric Construction & Machine Co,
1622 Second Avenue