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Eft 20, 1912.
Tear and that In all probability cars
will be looping the loop before the
close of October.
he rock ismASGTroAr, sH
OF CORNER STONE
Odd Fellows of Vicinity to Be
Guests of Ucal Lodge in
MEW HOME PROGRESSING
Foundation for Structure on Eigh
teenth Street Is About Completed.
Ucal Lodge I. O. O. F. met last
night at Odd Fellow hall and dis
cussed plans for the ceremonies which
axe to attend the laying of the corner
atone for the new home which la now
in process of construction on Eigh
teenth street. Noble Grand M. O.
Ilolsapple named Jonaa Bear, Thomas ;
. McLean and S. J. Woodin a com-1
mlttee on arrangements and these j
three were empowered to take charge j
of the ceremonies. No definite date,
for the corner stone laying was fix'll ;
but it will occur In the course of
the next two or three weeks.
MAT TO PARTICIPATE.
The Odd Fellows will make merry
on ithe occasion as they certainly
have the right to do. Odd Fellows
and Rebecca from the tri-cities and
Rock Island county will be invited
to participate la the ceremony and
in an immense triumphal parade;
which Is to pre. We. The grand mas
ter of the stato and the remainder of ,
the grand oil'.cers as well will be in
vited to be present and tliey will prob-1
ably be here to a man.
H. W. Clemann and William Ste
phen have gone to Milwaukee where
they will spend a short vacation. j
Miss Delia. Cooke of Omaha, arrived ,
In the city yesterday to visit with ;
Miss Emily Freeman, 1028 Second
Mr. and Mrs. August Hartnagle of i
Nashville, Mo., accompanied by their
daughters. Misses Gertrude and Mabel ,
Hartnagle, are visiting at the home of '
Mr. and Mrs. Hans Schroeder, 924 j
Twentieth street. Mr. Hartnagle was i
a resident of Rock Island 47 years ago '
and has not been here since that :
; time . Consequently, he experienced :
some difficulty In locating the old i
TO PLAN SCHOOL
May Organize Class for Pur
pose of Getting Credit from
LONG IN COMING
Second Avenue Paving Being
Delayed as Result of Inabil
ity to Get Rock.
CARLOADS ON THE WAY
Has to Come From Only Short Dis
tance Below Davenport but Ap
parently 4s Lost.
During the county institute, which
was held previous to the beginning of I
school thiB term. Principal W. P. Mor- J
Kan, of the State Normal school at !
Vacomb, spoke to the teachers with '
a special reference to the plan of the
normal extension work. Under this ;
plan the teachers enter upon a course !
of home study, from which they will
k t credit at the normal school. The
teachers will also attend the summer J
school and in this way can complete ;
, the course and receive a diploma from i
the School. Under this plan success- ;
fill classes were organized at Quincy :
r.nd in other parts of the state. ,
This plan has the indorsement of :
County Superintendent S. J. Ferguson !
I and the city superintendents, C. H.
Maxson of Moline and Jl. B. Hayden
I of Rock Island. As considerable in- j
terest has been aroused among the .
t achers over this plan, the pedagogues
met at the Ericson building in Moline ;
after the close of BChool this evening.
They hoped that an organization of a J
class under the normal school plan j
might be effected. The class will lu- ;
elude the teachers of Rock Island, MoJ
line, and the county at large. i
Second avenue paving operations
re being seriously delayed owing to
the fact that the supply of crushed
rock has been exhausted and ship
ments which have been expected daily
have fuiied to materialize. Advices
from Linwood, the source of supply,
ar to the effect that the rock is now
enroute for Rock Island, and should
have reached here several days ago.
The onslgrimcnt has apparently been
lost in the sh utile, but it Ik expected
that the missing stone supply will be
traced in a very short time, and the
present famine made naught but a
The Trl-Plty Railway company has
been affected as well us the paving, i
contractors, but It is undert-tood that !
the railway con. puny ha9 now recclv- j
cd a supply and the work will proceed !
without further, interruption. The dc-j
lay to the street iur company did iit ;
seriously nffect their operations, and i
the contractors expect to proceed with !
the work by tomorrow at the latest.
loop Hrii)tovrs uohhicu. j
The cool weuther of the pust week I
bus revived In the minds of the !.ong
View lino commuters, thoughts of the ;
hardships forced upon them during
ilie winter monuis or preceding years
GROSSMAN'S HAVE j
FIRST FALL OPENING
Fastest Growing Moline Store is Vis-It-d
by Many Rock Island Vis
tors This Week.
' Visitors who wend their way to
Grossman's Etore on Fifteenth street,
Moline, aro greeted by a sight worth
seeing, for the docorations are as
line as any Been in this section of
the country for some time. Special
arrangements were made weeks ago
to make this first fall opening for
this store, as auspicious as possible.
Tho decorations are all beautifully
accomplished through the generous
use of foliage typical of autumn.
Autumn leaves and branches are huiig
in festio style throughout the store
and in and about, the window display si
D. F. Grossmau has spared no ex
pense to make this opening one of
grout importance and that he has ac
complished the results desired Is very
evident. It n ight be mentioned that
the Grossman slure is one of a chain
of several store, this being the only
sUre In a small city. They opened
their doors for business last March
and have been consistent and always
fair advertisers. The success which
they have enjoyed shows clearly that
their high standard of doing bustaess
i uas oeea me ui etuis ui muaiuus
ii''iiWiinriii ii nil mtu k m i i 'I ,f
College and High School Week
Goes out in a blaze of glory tomorrow.
Be in at the Finish. Show your Mettle.
Vniitirf TVTo -r et us say this: you
X OUXlg lVieil haven't visited our store
during the past week you have neglected one of the
most attractive opportunities which has ever been
placed in your way.
GlolAes or Coungr (jenlemen
which we are displaying are the most virile young
men's clothes which have ever been designed. Just
remember that these clothes are designed particularly
for young men. If you dress tonefully, but still like
life and go, you will get more real pleasure out of
wearing a suit of the "L" System than you ever
thought was possible in any make.
Join your fellows -wear The "I System
clothes. Make tomorrow a satisfactory day
for yourself and a big day for us. Come in
and try on models which breathe correctness
Men's New Fall Hats
Felts and Velours
$3.00 to $10.00
The Fashion Leaders
IIH ..i i iiy mt
ii Ti ii t mi
m'WmWW II. C. RICE, Prop.
and as a result plans were laid today ; countless trl-city shoppers. The store,
for tho circulation of a petition calling M told In these columns some weeks
uKn the municipal commission to ago, has boen enlarged and several
prod the street car company Into f n-j now n added to the already com
Ishlng the contemplated loop oer i prehensive showing of garments for
Twenty fifth street before frost sets women, la addition to the fur de
In and makes It Impossible. The res- partment, frocks, house dresses and
Idents In the Mil district are fearful kimonos are some of the new lines.
that the work will be delayed until it
is too late.
Superintendent J. G. Huntoon of the
railway company stated several days
go that tho work will be done this
Many Hock Island people went to Mo
line during the last few days to visit
thl9 store, for many friends of
(Grossman's store live In and about
Governor Deneen Names Rock
Island Executive to Go to
CONVENTION NEXT WEEK
For Development of Mississippi Val
ley Notable Gathering of Men
Mayor II. M. Schriver has been nam-
heavy for had he thrown the brick, it
would not have hit the target for he
was not in condition to hit even the
proverbial broadside of a barn.
Rosie Hubs of Davenport, who Is far
from being a strauger in local police
circles, flirted with some local offi
cers last night while she was doing
her durnrlest to keep out of sight ol
them. Result was the woman was
placed under arrest and held till this
morning. Her promise to "swing her
ccat tails" back to Paven port and to
stay there brought the leniency of the
court for her and the case against her
Charles Richoff was the complain
ant in a charge of assault and battery
In which George Reppinger was th
defendant. The latter was fined $2o
nnd costs and sent to the county jail.
was at fault for his arrest when ar
raigned before Magistrate C. J. Smith
this morning for disorderly conduct.
iirogan blamed his father for his pre
dicament. He declared that instead
of the son being incarcerated, the
father should be behind the bars. Dro
gau was allowed to go bis way when
lie promised to mind his father, lit
is 40 years old.
SPEED IN BASEBALL
What an Infield Double Play Means In
Time and Action.
In an article on baseball In Every
body's Muiraziue the writer shows the
wonderful speed that is used In making
some of the plays. He says:
Making first base, though more dra
matic to watch, is an uneventful ex-
teach him to rend by the tllckerlnR
light of a fire log. She It was who, iu
spite of the opposition of the father,
scrimped and saved that Abe might go
to school. No natural mother ever sur
passed her a-i the guardiau angel of a
Sully Bush Lincoln wan not unique.
There were other kind stepmothers
In her time, and there are kind step
mothers today, the English doctor to
the contrary notwithstanding. lioston
Your complexion as wen a3 your
temper Is rendered miserable by a
disordered liver. Ily taking Chamber
lain's Stomach and Liver Tablets you
can improve both. Sold by all druggists.
At High School
Tho "movie" man was at the high
school this noon and pictures of the
students at dismissal were taken.
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Di
arrhoea Remedy is today the best
known medicine in use for tho relief
and cure of bowel complaints. It cures
prlplng, diarrhoea, dysentery, and
should be taken at the first unnatural
looseness of the bowels. It Is equally
valuable for children and adults. It
always cures. Sold by all druggists.
news all the time The
Saturday, Sept. 21, 1912
Strip bacon, per pound 12V2C
Salt pork, per pound I2V2C
Corned beef, per pound 8c
Boiling meat, per pound Qq
Chuck roasts 9q
Pot roasts, per pound 8c
Beef rib roasts, per pound q
Legs of lamb, per pound 13c
Lamb etew, per pourd gc
Lamb chops, per pound 12V2)
Pork shoulder roasts, per pound "2c
Butterine in two pound rolls 35c, 30c, 25c
Link sausage, per pound Qq
1628 Second Ave., Rock Island
peditiou compared with the trip to sec-
ed by Governor Charles S. Deneen as ! Reppinger was found guilty of jnvad-j end. It tabes a fast man to negotiate
the Journey in o 0 seconds. .No turowu
.ball goes over 200 feet, and if a butted
ball travels beyond the safe limits of a
sincle throw it must be relayed by the
Joe Brogan refused to admit that he Celd'-r- W bile you are watching the
outfielder set roper
a delegate to the lakes-to-the-gulf deep
waterway meeticg to be hel ". at Little
Rock. Ark., Sept. 24-26. The commis
sion from the governor, bearing the
gold seal of the state and nicely em
bossed v. ii ie-d by the mayor, pro
vided he ossibly get away Mon-
cay evenii. The convention is for
1 the purpose of advancing the commer
; c!al developments In the great Wiss-
; The convention is to be a notable
! gathering and two of the presidential
1 candidates will attend. Governor
I Woodrow Wilson of New- Jersey, Colo
1 nel Theodore Roosevelt. Champ Clark
' and Governor Hadley of Missouri and
Congressman WHifcm Sulier of New
York will bo a few of those to attend.
I SOITHERX BAJIHECVE.
I An attractive program has been ar-
ranged for the hours which will not
be devoted to the business to come be-
; fere the meeting. The feature cf the
social side of the convention will be
: an oid-fashloned southern barbecue.
ir.g RlchoU s room wnile Kicnoll was
in bed and administering an awful
beating to said Richoff.
PAST FIFTY? YOU
What Glasses are to Weak Eyea
Cascarets are to Weak
William Wilson, a ntpro from St.
Louis, became somewhat loquacious
yesterday after he had shipped a car-
Most old people rr.uBt give to the
I bowels, some regular help, else they
' Eufer from ccnEtipation. The condi
tion Is perfectly natural . It Is Just
as natural as it is tor out people to j
. walk slowly. For ae Is never bo j
active as youth. The muscles are less
tlastic. And the boweis are muscles.
! So all old people need Cascarets.
' 02a might as well refuse to aid weak !
eyes with glassoe as to nep.ect this
' at-ntlo aid to weak bowels. The bow
; cis muit be kept active. This is
j Important at all ages, but never so
much as at CO.
Age is not a time for harsh physics
after the ball the
relay line is beiug swiftly formed in
the infield. There could be no such
quick and accurate fielding of deep
outfield hits if the outfielder taking the
ball did not know that behind l.iiu was
ranged bis line cf relays ready tu tak?
the ball the Instant he could turn and
throw it. The reiay line in a profes
sional team forms almost automatically-
To make a donble play In the lnfiM
the shortstop, for eiample, must fit-id
a ball that has been butted about l&j
feet He passes the bail from ten to
twenty-five feet to the second base
men, who must then throw It ninety
feet to first. All thU while the latter
is running ninety feet, a trick that, a
we have seen. It take a snappy run
ner to turn la 3 3-0 so unds. It's a
close cnll and a cae of utilizing the
fraction of a second, but vi;u sharp
1 fielding the margin Ik a'.i ou the side
of the bolder. The doui'l" p'.ay Is the
1 menace ever threatening the runner ou
II II ra. ; am nit ;. r. nfMH
;po of whisky and when his vitupcra- Youth may constantly whip the bowel
jtion was resented by his auditors, fce.Ir.to activity. But a lash can't be
u4 ery day. What the bowels of
the old ced Is a gktl t.nd natural '
tf cle, One Hat can be constantly
picked up a brick and threatened to
; let It fly. John McDonald, a foreman ;
on the Trl-Clty Hallway company con-'.
; structlon work, complained against
V. i'son and te was arrested. This ,
. morning Wilson was fined $;m er.4
'lokls. lie kaid that was &oLaetal
Tbe statement was made by a physi
cian at an inquest in London tL-t a'.!
stepmothers are Instinctively cruel to
A fulse accusation!
Tbe American who reeds It will re-
uhM ni r .rm, nio oniy sncn . .bU Bt oaet( tLa tlvtocd cf Abraham
r-nic is Cascarets and they cost only 1 1 i-,pi n- ,ika ,,.f h- vt..
after night she u.-ed Jo take him upon
ir rer.ti per rnx at any drug store.:
They work while you sleep.
LslLi IF FIFIE
JOHN BISMARK, Manager.
Cream o) Chicken
Prime Rib Beef au Jus
Chicken a la Maryland ,
Short Ribs and Brown Gravy
Mashed Potatoes Creamed Potatoes
Creamed Peas Rice Padding
Pumpkin Pie Raisin Pie Lemon JPis
Hot lea Biscuits Hot Com Bread
Fried Spring Chicken
her knj;e.ln the rude fruitier t&bai and