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WILSON TO BE 111
CHICAGO FOR DAY
PRESIDENT TAFT GETS WARM WELCOME- -
ON AUTO TRIP THROUGH NEW ENGLAND
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We sell Wayne
Knit hosiery for
men. women and
Free lessons In
yarns this ween.
THE ROCK ISLAXD ARGUS. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 9, 1912.
Plans for a Busy Time for Next
President in the Illinois
Chicago, Oct. 9. After doing the
tate fair at Springfield today. Wood
row Wilton wll". leave Uie capital city
at midnight tonight for Chicago, ar
riving at the Union station, rla the
Chicago & Alton at 9:50 a. m.. where
he will be met by the County Democ
racy Marching club, the Iroquois. Jef
ferson. Southern and other club.
Governor Wilson will immediately
be taken ta the Congress hotel whcro
he will remain until 12 o'clock noon,
at which time he will speak at Mc
Vlcker's theatre under the auspices
of the Iroquois club.
After this speech he will go to the
Iroquois club for luncheon and at 3
p. m., return to the Congress whe
be will hold an Informal reception.
At 5 o'clock he will retire for a rest
and dinner and at 8 o'clock1 will lave
for the Seventh Regiment armory
where he will speak at 8:15 p. m.
He leaves Chicago for a trip through
Indiana at 10 o'cock.
Governor Wilson Is In the care of
the democratic state organization
during his tour of Illinois. Th spec-
.lal car. "Rainbow," In charge of Nationa! I
tP- VW 4
President Tart n New England.
Preaidont Taft is meeting with a warm welcome on his automobile trip
through New England. He Is campaigning this week in Massachusetts,
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f.. it , . . ' ' v 1 ui v ii Buu - " i iuiiii:iiii i.. , . i rim n iu xjciciij uvu ill uric
....uu ,UBle,. cB,- he wm board theMaytlower for Woods Hole. Mass.. to visit W. Catneroa
Forbes, governor general of the Philippines. He is accompanied on the
trip by Mrs. Taft and Mies Mabel Boardman.
panled by Secretary Joseph Davits
and Elmore W. Hurst of the -national
organization, left Chicago last night
at 11:43 from the Cnion station, with
members of the national and state
committees and Chicago newsDaDpr
men. arriving in Springfield at 7 j
this morning. Governor Wilson '
was taken on this private car to St.
Louis and will be brought back to Chi-!
cago for the meetings' of tomorrow
The United States engineers in this
city are taking immeJiu.j etb t
! hurry the depart 1:3 for ha wmth ct
TRY NEWBRO'S HERPICIDE
It Removes Dandruff Saves the Hair.
Dandruff Is what starts most, of the
hair troubles. It stuuts the grow t a cf
the hair, deprives it of life :id r.iusta
it to fall out.
lAjnh cf hair and final baldness, fre
quently considered inevitable can both
be prevented. Newbro's Herpicide will
stops the itching almost Instantly.
Being free from oil or grease and ios-sessl-ig
a delicate and exijuisitu -d;r.
Herpicide Is a delight to ladles of le
flnement. It does not. change the color
of the hair a particle.
Give it a tria'.. The Herpicide Co.,
Dept. S. Detroit. Mich., will send a
TOMORROW WE WILL OPEN OUR
basement readytowear section
Here is a new feature that promises to add greatly to the popularity of ou Bargain Basement. It is a
daylight department, and has been well stocked with smart Autumn styles in women's, misses' and chil
dren's coats suits and dresses, recently bought by our buyer in New York. Persons who do not want to pay
the various boats now opva:.iu;r in
this vicinity, in orJ;r that they psy
get below Keokuk jefore the Mir-
sissippi Is c.osed Oct. 2i. Extent-
dredging operations are tJ be rarr'ed
on just below Keokuk, whlsn wH ie
quire the services of two dredges, five
quarter boats, three drill boats, as
well as various other craft now sta
tioned in this vicinity.
Major Keller was yesterday at Fort
Sheridan .tiding the physical examin
ation prescribed for all officers, and
today started on a three-day hike on
Herpicide Is the f.rst and original j eam,le bottle of "plcide to any
rrmedy compounded to kill the germ ' orees UDOn recelPt of 10 cen's In
that causes dandruff. It not oilyl Btae or 8ilver 10 cover the C08t
checks the accumulation of nnnrtrnfr OI Pacmng ana mailing.
but destroys entirely the tiny mlcro
blc growth, which is the worst enemv
to good hair.
The intelligent use of Neworos
Hi rpiclde gives new ".ife and luster to
thf hair and kt'eps the scalp clean
and healthy. The first application is
f-notigh to convince you of Its va'ue.
Herpicide imparts a feeling of cleanli
ness. Is very cooling to the scu'p i.ikI
Newbro's Herpicide . is sold at all
toilet goods .'.ouutf r in i3 veM and
$l.0 sizes. Your deale.- will guar
antee it to do as claimed .t refund
Applications tbtair.ed at the better
barber shops and hair drey.-iii:-; par
lors. Young & McComb's Cooperative
Stffe Co., Special Agents. (Adver
An Arrival in Our Cky Which Will
Interest Those Who Have
Sciatica and Neuritis
Tlirrr ti,ruc which b.iTC pllgued hamanity nee'lrst pains
ml ocnc (or centuries, ttitackiT'K proplr nf all iirrr ani axrt
an,! ,irfv ng d.ctora, arc KllEl'MATlSM. bt-lATICA and
KCt;Rt I IS.
Snftiilii it brrom known that a physician livinr her coitM RE
LH.Vt KVl.kY CAF. i( thte nuLborn dhr-isc. the ajfierera
n( thta and aurrounding cittea woull crowl hi of.irc.
One physician in New York a pr:a''t in !ii profession, haa
brn ah.f in do thia -to KELIt VE PKACTICAI.LY" E F.R Y
I'ASF. l"!tr.SF.NTED TO HIM. witli a pr"criptioo which is known
aa "NL1 UI1U." It la an ethical preicripti-:: a:id rontaina neiiaer
vpiatra nur narcoica; and it hai proven it:rlt m more than 45.000
ram to be a poitv,e anttdote tor the uric acid in tne ayaicta
which cauc rheumtitm, icn'ir and re-jruia.
-.Nurit,," i one of the NOl KWOKTHY ACHIEVF.MFNTS of
the medical profeaiun m the;e uara of rapid advancement. It la
frvT a patent medicine and inuat not be auujected to the prejudice
'Which rx.ui agaiuat nottrurns.
No dietifijt u reeesarjr on the contrary, you are recommended
to eat your usual allotment of fond. No matter linw badly you' arc
audrriuK. you will lrin to feel the medic. ne orW zx orce.
ttime in ar.d let u teil you -alxmt it look a: the proofs, backed
by affidavit. The phviirai v.fio ran r-U-re evrry cae is not here
in per,on. BUT THE M KU'.CINfc VUAT llri FULSCKIRES IS
Nurito,' which ia in powler form, sells fcr S! and t2 a box.
To trv means to be convinced to replace your r'- nd acbea
i,h rnthuaiasm i t th.i aiv.inrcment in medicine. Magtial CjicBf
kI l;inp.-.uy, Hauron Ej-Mu-j. isew iois.
HARPER HOUSE PHARMACY
and other leading druggists.
FIVE DIVORCES ARE
GRANTED IN COURT
Five divorces were granted yester
day In the circuit court by Judge E.
C. Graves. Mrs. Mary E. Penrod of
Rock Island charged her husband Wil
liam A. Penrod with extreme and re
peated cruelty. She was represented
by W. C. Allen.
Robert Bruso of Silvia charged his
wife Roxiana with desertion. H. M.
McCaskrin appeared for him.
Mrs. Mamie Koob of Rock Island
charged hep tiusband John with deser
tion. She was represented by Schriv
er & Sch river.
Mrs. Mary Terry, colored, of Rock
Island, charged her husband Charles
with desertion. Schriver & Schriver
were her attorneys.
George Walker, colored, of Rock Is
land charged his wife Joeophine with
adultery. Schriver & Schriver ap
peared for him.
ed with the remarkable values to be
had in this new department for lit
Women's and misses' black broadcloth
coats; finished -with satin collar and plain
ravprM' sflrfn 1 inH mi,Iq Mi
$10 values for .' $f 15
Girls' novelty coats; three-quarter length;
button up close to the neck; made of dou
ble faced cloaking In gray and white and
blue and white mixtures; regular 7 CA
$10 values at 9f
Women's and misses' full length coats of
gray, blue brown and black chinchillas;
made with plain back, and the sleeves have
turned back cuffs; edges are silk bound;
button up close to the (PQ CA
throat; $12 values for epJ.Jv
Women's full length coats of brown and
white wide wa'o diagonal cloth ; have shawl
collars, belted back and turned back cuffs;
button trimmed; $12.50 . &A QC
values for ..eJUatJ
Women's and misses' three-quarter length coats
made with plain back and round collars; button
up close to the throat; come In two shades of
brown; $15 . Mn
values for $lla?f
Women's black and gray chinchilla coats; full
length; braid and button trimmed: finished with
large shawl collars; collars and cuffs f AO
button trimmed; $17 values for eJlloTj
Women's and misses' jackets; representing part
of a maker's sample line; colors are black, navy,
tan, gray, brown, black and gray mixttures and
novelfy weaves; CO QO
special at rjAioUO
Girls' Mackinaw coats in black and white, red and
black and blue and black checks; square cut
collar, turned back cuffs with braid (P QO
g Tomorrow you can save 20 on linens
MEDICS HEAR GOOD
TALKS ON SCIENCE
Dr. W. E. Schroeder of Chicago, and
Dr. M. S. Dondanvl'.le of Moline. were
interesting speakers at the meeting of
the Rock Inland County Medical so
ciety which was held last, evening at
the Manufacturers hotel in Moline.
Both speakers devoted their re
marks to scientific problems which
were instructive, to those present. Dr.
F. O. Ringnell of Moline opened the
discussion. A dinner was enjoyed at
to match; 4 pockets
Women's and misses' tailored suits of navy
and black storm serge: coat is cut-a-way
model; satin lined; high walsted skirt.
paneled front and. back; fin
ished with side pleats
Juniors' Norfolk suits in maroon, green and
navy broadcloths; eatln lined df a PA
and button trimmed 91a.3v
Women's tailored suits of black and navy
diagonal cloth; 34-inch coat stain lined;
has raised waist line with two tf f T ft ft
side pleats rltfsUV
Women's and misses tailored suits In
black and navy blue cloth and novelty
mixtures; 34-lnch coat in cut-a-wy model;
satin . lined ; some have velvet, eome plain
collars; button trimmed; skirts have two
pleats on each side; regular $25 values In
materials, workmanship and
Women's and misses' one-piece blue serge'
flresBes; nave round lay down collar; piped
with blue and white; satin and
Other serge dresses in attractive styles at
$6.48. $7.43 and- $7.98.
Children's dresses of black and white shep
herd checks; have large sailor collars:
trimmed in red; eizes 6 to 10,
$1.98; sizes 12 to 14 :
Women's fleece-lined gingham and percale
house dresses; mostly gray and white and
white and gray and black; 11 sizes;, reg
ular $1 and $1.50 values; spe
cial Women's black broadcloth
coats, braid trimmed; all sizes
Children's cloth, caracul and chinchilla
coats. 8 to 14 year sizes; hava roll collars.
neatly trimmed, worth a third
more at $2.98, $3.98, $4.50 and
An opportunity that should cause every hpusewife to give her supply of linens a second thought. It
means a saving of one-fifth on fine German, Belgian, Irish and Scotch pattern cloths, napkins and da
mask by. the yard. Tomorrow is the second day of this sale, and the price automatically reduces to 20
off. Some of the lots are small, at some prices only one or two cloths, therefore, the advantages of making
an early selection is evident. Prices will continue to reduce each day as follows:
Tomorrow w111 20 off Saturday
Friday SlSt 30 off Monday
Tuesday 7AlT 60 off
All prices wilt auto
matically reduce to
All priees will auto
matically reduce to
Two clot ha of Belgian linen in
fleur-de-lis and pansy designs;
2Vx4 yards: regular price $10; to
morrow, lees 20, $8.
24 inch napkins to match above
cloths; regular price $5 a dozen; L'
tomorrow, less 20, f4.U0.
Two cloths of Belgian linen in pal
metto leaf design; 2x3 yards; to
morrow, less 20, $11.50.
Three cloths of Belgian linen in
iris, poppyi and American Beaury
rose patterns; 'IVxZ yards; regu
lar price $10; 20 off. $8.00.
Nine cloths of Belgian linen In
rose, iris, tulip, chrysanthemum,
calla lily, ribbon and lilac pat
terns: 2 MiX2 !fr yards; tomorrow,
less 20, H.3S.
One cloth of Irish linen; floral bor
der, polka dot center; 2Vx3V&
yards: regular price $6.75; tomor
row, at 20 off, $5.60. -
Five cloths of Belgian linen in pal
metto, pansy, tulip, rose and lily
designs; 2V&x3 yards; regular
price $10; tomorraw, less 20, $$.
One cloth of Belgian linen In
chrysanthemum and rose patterns;
2Hx3 yards; regular price $10.98;
tomorrow, less 20, $8.84.
26-Inch napkins to match abov
American Beauty rose pattern;
$9.50 a dozen; 20 off, $7.00.
One cloth of Irish linen; rose de
sign; circular pattern; 2V,x2V4
yards; regular price $11.98; tomor
row, less 20, $9.58.
Two cloths of 3erman linen; tulip
design; circular patterns; 2V4x3l4
yards; Tegular price $10; tomor
row, less 20. $8.00.
One cloth of Flemish linen In beau
t'ful floral designs; 2M;x3 ya'rds;
regular price .$17.98; tomorrow,'
lebs 20. $11.35. Second Floor
IP lltPH MJ i WWW MMW TAACC HARM m . ;
She was at the door as usual and
gieeted her husband with a smile as
he came up the walk. As he entered
he said: "You never disappoint me.
lou are always here. And it does me
so much good. I long for this time
"Well, my Dear, I will have to dis
appoint you and aek you to wait a
little for your supper. I know you
ill not care when I tell you what
kept me later than usual."
He looked up with a little smile and
said: "It must be something out of
"I will leave that to you to decide
after I have told you. While on my
ay home from town Mrs. Gilbert
stopped me and asked if I would kind
ly come In and try a new piece of mu
sic. On entering the houEe I noticed
everything looked so clean and fresh.
The walls, woodwork and the polished
7 o'clock, previous to the meeting
There were 25 present.
Interesting programs marked the
eighth annual meeting of the Second
District Medical society of rowa,
which was held yesterday at the Dav
enport hotel. The convention open
ed at. 10 a. m., and continued through
LONG VIEW CLUB TO
ELECT NEW OFFICERS
The Long View club, will meet in
its club rooms this evening at 1111
Fifteenth street, to elect officers and
transact other important business.
The Illinois and Iowa District Medi-jThe C-UD meets on the first and third
cal association,' wl'.l convene iiext
Thursday evening at the Harms hotel.
WANT AUTOMOBILES TO
GIVE CHLDREN RIDE
A request has been made to mem
bers of the local lodge of Odd Fellows,
such of them as have automobiles, to
appear with their machines in front of
the present Odd Fellows quarters at 9
o'clock tomorrow morning to treat the
children making up the Lincoln or
phanage band to a tour of the three
"COMPELLED TO DRINK"
PLEA OF DRUNKEN DARKY
Were you ever anxious to leave a
Better Bread Yes, M'am. .
Tip-Top bread is as clean as anything
you can think of its never touched by
human hand? until the waxed wrapper is
If you "buy bread buy Tip. Top.
Join This Clean Bread Crusade
There is urbounded satisfaction in know
ing: the breecLyou eat is ciean.
Order Tio-Top bread from your grocer.
!H. RORN BAKING CO.
' 2105 FIFTH AVENUE ROCK ISLAND
saloon, but prevented from witjius
out your good rcsolu'ions bocaijse a
floor, had an uncommonly bright lus- tr Tbh OUHby ,he "ratg:
accept innumerable libations? Suck
Tuesdays of each month and the club
rooms are open every night. Sam
Ryerson is now the president.
news all the time Tn
I Am Willing To Prove
I Can Cure You
To That End I Am Giving Away $10,000
Worth of Medicine
ter. So much so that I asked her to
pardon me. but I would like very much
to know what she did to make every
thing In her house look so fresh. Even
the carpets and rugs looked like new.
the piano and furniture were free
from dust. Why I scrub, clean and
dust but my bouse does not look any
where near aa nice as yours. You
must have a secret."
"She smiled and said: T have a sec
ret. But I will tell you. I use Won
derine to clean everything I have to
clean. It Is the finest cleaner I ever
used. It cleans so easy. I use no
tcrub brush. I Just wipe the dirt off.
I would not be without It if it cost
twice the mount."
"Well, In that case you had a good
reason for being late. And I think
you better step -to the phone and or
der a can from your grocer."
Similar to the above is being talked
ever every day and If you will try
( Ad vertisemetQ
was the sad plight of Logai Sander-,
a dusky hued individual wbo blept at
the police station last night because
be was on a regular rip-snorting tear
and was raising a disturbance back
of Moeller's livery stable. y
"Jedge. ah wanted to leali dat e
loon but man fren' kep hauling me
back in and ah jes natchelly couldn't
leab," explained Sanders this morn
ing. Sanders was pickled yesterday
morning and was detected by an offi
cer while in the act of kicking a mu
tual friend on the shin and yelling
"bloody murder." This was his third
arrest in two weeks and he was given
a 20-day furlough from duty which
will be pleasantly iient in the county
No Meeting of Board.
The board cf education meetisg
111 be as well pleased. scheduled for last night has been post-: heal the tore membrane. (Advertise-
jpoaed until Friday evening. menu
Vapor Treatment for
Colds and Coughs
The HYQMEI vapor treatment is
especially recommended in stubborn
caees of chronic catarrh of long stand
ing, but remember that the inhaler
should be used daily as usual. -
This treatment only takes a few
minutes time before going to bd.
Pour a scant teaspoonful of Booth's
HYOMEI into kitchen bowl of bol'.hig
water, cover head and bowl with
towel and breathe for several min
utes the vapor that arises.
You will be surprised at the results
of this treatment; it makes the head
feel fine and clear.
This method is also used to break
up the worst cold in the bead over
A bottle of Bo6"th' HYOMEI (pro
nounce it High-o-me) costs 60 cents
at The Thomas Drug Co. and drug
gists everywhere. Complete outfit
which includes the little pocket La
No stomach dosing; just breathe;
it is guaranteed to end catarrh and
all diseases of the breathing organs.
Booth's HYOMEI (pronounced High-
o-me) la Australian Eucalyptus com
bined with Llsterian Antiseptics that
' destroy catarrh germs end soothe and
In order to show beyond all doubt
that I am in possession of a medicine
that will cure kidney trouble, bladder
trouble or rheumatism, I will this year
give away tin Uiouaund dollars' worth
of this medicine, and anyone suffering
from thase diseases can K-t a box of It
absolutely free. All that In necessary is
to send me your .address.
I don't mean that yoJ are to use a
part of It or all of It and pay me If
cured. I mean that I will send you a
box of this medicine absolutely free of
cl mrge. a flft from me to the Uric Acid
Sufferers of the world, so I un show
them where and how thf y muy be cured.
I will sot expect payment for this free
medicine, nor mould I accept It now or
later if you sent it. It is free in, the real
meaning of the word.
For twenty-five years a quarter of a
century I have been trying to convince
the public that I have something genu
ine, something- better than others have
for the cure of stubborn, chronic rheu
matism, for torturing kidney backache,
for annoying; calls to urinate. But It Is
hard to convince people they try a few
things unsuccessfully and give up all
hope and refuse to listen to anvone
thereafter. Happily, I am In a position
now to demonstrate to sufferers at my
own expanse that I have a medicine that
cures these diseases. I don t ask them
to spend any money to find out ; I don't
ask them to believe me; nor even to tame
the word of reliable people, but all I
ask is that they allow me to servl them
the medicine at my own cost. That ia
To this end T have t tsMe tn thou
sand dollars, which mill be used to ccrr.
pound my medicine. Much of It it rey
now to be ent out. all of It freer, nr.-i
standard. There will be enouth f-r ail
U sufferers, though there be tho ?-:-la of
fet some or It Tree. But in c.ur tiia;
hall know that you have a .:,wt.rt
fur which this medicjrat is iz.tenf.e.!. I
ask you to send me some cf your i-l'r,g
symptoms. It you have any of tr-.e symp
toms In the list printed h;e you need
my medicine and If you will write me
I will gladly and you a box of it free
with fufi directions for your use. Look
the symptoms over, see which nyrrpt m
you have, then write me about a fol
lows: "Dear Dr., I notice svr.-tptoms
number" here put down the numliers.
give your age, full address, and aend It
to me. My address Is Dr. T. Frank
Lynott, 9170 Deagaa Bldg., Cbkago, lit
The ten thousand dollar I am spend
ing for the compounding of my medi
cine la only a part of the mnrwjr I am
devoting to this caus4. for the package
of medicine I send you will be fully pre
paid at my expense. From nn stand
point you view it, YOTJ incur no expense
or obligation. Just tell others who you
are suffering who sent you the
medicine that cured yon.
I am promising to rtve itt ten thou
sand dollars' worth, of medietas, and I j
fo x- '-j; -jf K'J
V . u , V. 'f;
.J -;.-.r (".? v 4--
DR. T. FRANK LYNOTT
whs iagiviag away iO.ClOO worth fmediclae.
will do that ; I am promising to sand
any sufferer who writes me a box of
this mi-dlclne and full directions free of
charge, and I will do that. I caa say
furth-r that this medicine has been
voucned for according to law as comply
ing in every detail with all requirements.
It will fttop rheumatism, It will stop pain
an1 backache. It will stop too frequent
de!re to urinate; It will heal, sooths
and itrrngthen. Tou will be b'.i'r .
evrry way for having taken It. There
Is not an Ingredient that can Injur:
ot one but will benefit All that I ask
F, that you use It yourself so that you
mar be personally convinced.
Owing to the large numb, of re
quests, I have had ten thousand mora
copies of my medical book printed. This
book is new and up to date and oon tains
complete descriptions, svmploms, causes,
efTecta and cures of kidney, bladder and
rheumatic dlsessea All who write for
!he free medicine will he sent a oopy of
i. grand illustrated medical book the
largest ever written nn tnese disease
for free and general ulstrihutlon.
If you need medicine such as I have.
If you are anxious to be cured and don't
rant to spend any money LOOKING for
cures, write me. Bead the symptoms
over and let me hear from you today.
These .Are the Symptoms :
l-Pata In thm hmrU.
-Tx frquM . r t rtiDfttB.
ft StfirvioK or o rwtlrfjj rf tri not
4 rtn v orte ta tkie Mjt4iir.
-fiat r mt in iim fttoBinrk,
7 - f ;f ,rn i ri-t; 111 ir,? k turm.Mxxlnmmm
lfi i Mrenrea Dndr light rib.
w?l!lnc la mnr Prt of th ld '
10 ( Ttia or rtTtr trotabl.
I l-f-ali;jfiio or ptn tuxlcsr lit bMMt,
K-fnla In fH blp Jolnf.
11- t'min im 9 hut Hi or bi4.
14 Vmtn or MfrfMM In f h kldnvyn.
15 hmin er wiHn of th A n (
I A Tain mr wMllnf of tkim mac!cs.
1 a-Ptlo ad ivmtfw In nn rr.
S ft Ami or chroute rhcanaibun,