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THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS. TUESDAY, XOVEMRER 12, 1912.
MOLINE MAN IS I
OVERCOME BY GAS
L. R. Martin, Telephone Line
Foreman, Narrowly Es
BURLESON MAY GO
INTO THE CABINET
L. It. Martin, line foreman In the
employ of the Central Union te!e-
phone company In Moline. narrowly i
escaped asphyxiation In his room last !
r..ght aDd today he la at Moline city
hospital In a semi-unconscious condi
tion, but out of danger In the opinion
or the attending physicians. Martin i
1 20 eara old and a Virgiuian. T7e
i t me to .'o nne tnree momtis ago, se
curing a room at the Deere apartment
building on Seventeenth etreet and
Hiiro avenue, ilia failure to report
for work this morning caused one of
bib feilow workmen to telephone to
his landlady, Mrs. F. T. I'hares. She
went to hi room, delected the odor
of gas, entered his room which w;:
unlocked and found Martin on tne
bed, du di'-d, hut unconscious. She turn
ed off a gas jet whicn was pouring
out the poisonous vapor and called
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WILL OPEN NEW jj
Public Invited to Inspect Splen
did Quarters of Ramser
Milady's Tcilel Tabic
Uj Minr. l-ttlllr.
"For dark and difcolnrd patches.
f.a!lo ik'hs and coin pii-xir:i ijleuiisii- s.
tin-.- ,i. noth.ng better than a luti'm
made by ctlx.solvilig u lm hm-e of inav-
atone In a half iiiiit if with h;i'i. It,
given a i:i)!- youthful coh.r aiul smo')t!i
er rim Hi tlimi any tare poA'ier. and .
will n.t run off or show. It k-ps I ii -akin
soft and satiny.
"'If your yelHsh- and evebrows ar
thin and s; : asciinit. or lighter in color
than tiny kiliunid if. run uyroxm into;
tin- iootn ncii'iy with the i.nter tips, i
7 his n atiuuut makes them kiow loiii;
"On very toilet table there Kliou'd
be a jar of Mother's Salve You e.-m't
look our best when suff' rlt'C. and
Mother's Sttlve removes imin almost 1
1nmn:iMv Rub on affect- d pnrt for
l.tadncbe. nenralirla. rlieiiniatistn. sore
tr.'iisck f. bruises, stiff peck, cold in the
clp st. or pulns and ach' s lti back or
' I : t en'rh cold wasb'Tif your head.
Anvtio-''. water nulls and dead-ns the
hair, mid div sharnpfKil nr Is preferred.
To make a fine slr-mnoo nowder ii'st
mix fmtr onn es f orris root with a
'strife o 1'enitln'' therox. Sift over
lend, vriish our nnd vnur scalp is
(''Mi H'"l voitr Ivilr beautlftitlv tt-t-"
'tl.lit 'apvv nnd easy to do tin.
".'.,,,., the plmnles nnd ittl'l;
f '.; re"iever known to heaiitv sne-
M-ke liiste w'h :i little
it- 'r-,. finit -itf r cover the li;'' s. t
-' a tfitlt:? or t'.vn. vine 'iff. ;i':d
f ! ''Vis are zow." (Advertisement .
Representative Albert B. Burleson
of Texas, who is known as one of the
shiest men in politics in the south,
i stands a better show than does al
' most anyone els? of pptting a place
in Wilron's cabinet. He has bea
identified with the Wilson movement
' since Its eurl: st bepinr.lnps, and is
in thcrc-imb, ar?ord with the Wilson
.policies. He is mentioned for secre
tary of the 'nterior, postmaster gener
al and secretary of agriculture.
Burb son has teen in politics since
I he entered upen the practice of law
at Austin in ISM. He has represented
his district in congress for nearly
Tomorrow morning the doors of the
Ramser Jewelry store will be thrown
open to the public for the first time,
since the removal from the old loca- I
tion to the new quarters. Just one door j
east. The new store is without doubt j
the finest for its size in the three cit- ;
ies, and no pains or expense have been j
spared to maka it so. j
The fixtures are all of beautifully I
carved mahogany, the chandeliers are
of hammered brass, and the effect is
one of rich simplicity. The general
coior scneme is green aca goia. i
To the front cf the store may be
found the watch repairing department,
back of which are placed the show
cases. A new vault, absolutely bur
glar proof, has been installed, and all
ot the more valuable stock is kept
there. To the rear may be found the
optical department, the diamond and
work rooms, as well as the proprie
tor's private office.
The quarters have b?en fitted out in
a lavish manner, and to the Ramser
firm the highest commendation is due,
for thrir business enterprise. The
store is a decided credit to the city.
The building is owned by the firm.
physicians. They resuscitated him at
the hospital. Until Martin recovers, j e-rintendent
il will not be known how the gas
ctme to be turned on. Suicide the
ories are scouted by his friends.
FOR ROOK ISLAND
The Rock Island road is installing !
a telephone exchange in the building
ou Fifth avenue and Thirty-first
slieet, occupied by H. L. Reed, sup-
CHURCH CONGRESS TO .
CONVENE IN CHICAGO
f from Ppere Pevc
of the Illinois division.
The exchange will be connected with
all departments at the Thirty-first (
street station. Three shifts of oper
ators will be employed. The exchange
will also serve as Information bureau
in reference to trains, the operators
to answer 11 inquiries that are rw
turned to the ticket agent.
Vl m IN STCChS IF
.c.rcara i Leas Mfg.
:: itcndoi f Aile
Deere St Co.
Farmers & Mer. Saving3
German Trust & Savings
Mechanics Mer. Savings
Kfg. State Bank of E. Mo.
Moiine Trust & Savings
Mutual Wheel Co.
J. Peterson Co.
Phoenix Milling Co.
Bcoplcs Savings & Trust
Rock Island National
Kock Island Brewing
Rock Island Plow
Rock Island Safety Dep.
Rock Island Savings
Rock Island Southern Ry.
Rock Island Stove
Root & Vandervoort
Sechier mpl. Carriage Co.
Scott County Savings
Star Shoe Co.
State Bank East Moline
State Bank Rock Island
State Savings & Trust
Tri-City Lith. & Printing
Tri-City Ry. & Lt. Co.
Trio Mfg. Co.
United Light & Rys. Co.
Union Savings Bank
Velie Carriage Co.
Velie Engineering Co.
Velie Motor Vehicle Co.
Williams, White & Co.
Wilson Mohne Buggy Co.
Western Milling Co.
White Lily Mfg. Co.
Wrijht Carriage Body Co.
Littcn & Roberts
Stocks, Bonds, Mortgages
People's National Bank Building
Rock Island, III.
raising of the standard cf family lifenYPiM PI IIR IQQIIFQ
i-n amonir the subjects to be discuss-: UlAUil ULUD IOOUCO
ed and concerning v. l:Ieh advanced j
n'Ovni"nts have ben made. !
The federal ci u ii c i 1 is the otitgrowth a c!u' cf the best bowlers in Dixon, :
of several union movements beg.in-: ni., have challenged the Colts of the t
ning with the Kvangelkal alliance in 1 Commercial Rowling league of this
lT'.. The National Council of Grat cjtv to a series of matches to be rolled :
Hritain, whi h sent Gypsy Smith to cfT on the Rork Island club alleys. The'
this loan'ry on an Kvansielical mis- Colts have accept' d the chancn::e and
sien. is one cf the movements having ,, he game will probably be bowled next ;
a sinilltir aim.
The president of the council is
Hishop K. H. Ht tidrix. Kansas City, Mo.,
cf the Methodist
In the Chicago convention the high
est represt U:iMv s of the various de
r.cMiiiatiu.iH o!Vk Itiily chosen by their
highest ecc.e sins! teal authority will matches
ther ui.ilicution and co-cperatioii.
Tl'e moderator of the 1'resbyterian
cl'.un It, the Rv. Mark A. Mathews,
mod' rrtor of the National Council of
the Congrt gatioual churches of
The challengers have as their cap- ,
tain one of the men who was prom- j
Episcopal church, inrnt in the st:;tc tournament at Chi- !
caiio last winter and secured third
place in that meet. The team is made
up of the best material in Dixon and
the C olts are anticipating soms close
iumiM eic.e bias,: icai auinorey
H ti.ko part in tin discussions and
J the formulation of the plans for
it d States, t.'i" Rev. Nchemia'h
lioyi.ton; three bishops cf th Meth
od st Episcopal church. Rishops ilirti
ilion. I.uccock and Mc-Conncll are
amo:ig the number.
Vice president elect of the I'nited
Slates, Governor Marshall of Indiana,
will be one of the regular delegates
from the 1'n sbyterlan denomination
nnd will be the principal speaker Fri
day evening, Dec. 6.
A reception to the delegates will
be g'ven at the art insti'ute Wednes
day evening, Dec. 4. Bishop Hendrix
'Forward Movements of tha
.Churches." will be the theme discuss-
d Thursday evening. Dec. 5, in Or
chestra hall. Uishop William Bell,
San Francisco, of the United Brethren
church, will preside. The speakers
will be Bishop F. J. McConnell. Den
ver, Col., and James Macdouald, edl-
tor of the Toronto Globe.
Friday evening a rally of young peo
ple's organizations will be held in
the Second Presbyterian church, Mich
igan avenue and Twentieth street.
A mass meeting to which labor
unions, brotherhoods and all
organizations will be invited will be
held Sunday afternoon, Dec. 8, in the j
Olympic theatre with provision made
for overflow meetings. The speakers
will be William Jennings Bryan, the
Rev. Washington Gladden, D. D., and
the Rev. Walter Rauschenbush, D. D.
Monday evening. Dec. 9, the social
unions and church clubs of the city
will give a banquet at the Hotel La
I i tie worn oi Biuie aoiu cnjr leaera-
tions will be discussed in a two-day
session, beginning Tuesday, Dec. 3. as
preliminary to but also as a vital part
of the meeting of the federal council.
All business sessions will be open to
the public and will be held in the
assembly room of the Hotel La Salle, j
i&horA tCBitmiQrtore ho nnuncil !
' Nov. 28.
Circuit Court Adjourns.
Circuit court adjourned this morn
ing until Friday at which time Judge
elect R. W. Olmsted is expected to
cjnvene court and make out a docket
the for a branch court which Judge F.
D. R.misay will hold here next week.
The main court will be busy with the
cnminal cases of the September term.
Before adjourning court, Judg Ram
say Becurad a panel of jurors from
the venire which reportod yesterday
and then excused them until next
Coming Thursday, Dr. Carl Herman,
What Lydia ELPinkham's Veg
etable Compound Did For
Their Health Their own
New Moorefield, Ohio. "I take crreat
men's pleasure in thanking you for what your
has done for me. 1
had bearing down
pains, was dizzy and
weak, had pains in
lower back and could
not be upon my feet
long enough to get a
meal. As long as I
laid on my back I
would feel better,
but when I would
get up those bearing
down pains would come back, and the
doctor said I bad female trouble. Lydia
E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound was
the only medicine that helped me and I
have been growing stronger ever since
I commenced to take it. I bope it will
help other suffering women as it bas me.
You can use this letter." Mrs. Cassie
Lloyd, New Moorefield, Clark Co., Ohio.
Read "What This Woman Says:
South Williamstown, Mass. "Lydia
E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound cer
tainly bas done a great deal for me. Ee
foxe taking it I suffered with backache
and pains in my side. I was very irreg
clsr and I bad a bad female weakness,
especially after periods. I was always
tired, so 1 thought I would try your med
icine. After taking one bottle of Lydia
E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound 1
felt so much better that I got another
When you visit our store for the first time and hear the prices quoted
by our salesmen for the furniture shown on our floors
TVe cannot vouch for other stores, of course, but
here on our floors you will find furniture from the
leading furniture centers, designed and constructed
by skilled artisans -furniture of distinctiveness and
character, not only sold at the lowest prices, but at terms
that you, perhaps, never dreamed would be offered
II E"J,d ' if X.'Sk'..N"f-J
ii tr.xr.m - ti; in
$22.00 Colonial Dresser $16 50
The articles listed in this advertisement are a case
in point. They represent only a thousandth part of
our stock, that's true, yet they will serve as a basis
for comparison. Note the illustrations, the descrip
tions, the prices and the terms under which they are
sold, tV.en compare them with others. We will rest on
We Would Like
about to furnish their new homes to
come here and look at our Little Prin-'
cess Outfit 4-room outfit at $1S5
which we have artistically arranged
on our second floor. "We really believe
that this outfit shows more class and
value than can possibly be shown in
other stores for at least $40,00 more
money than we are asking. Of course
we can show even less expensive outfits
for 2 or 3 rooms. t
Xo puzzle tags on our furniture
everything marked in plain figures.
$1.00 Cash, 50c a Week
This beautiful dresser with Its plain
symmetrical lines, is a perfect colonial
type. It Is made of American quartered
oak of beautiful grain and flake and is
handsomely polished. The mirror is
French plate, bevel edges and in 24 inches
by 80 inrbes. The drawers are fitted
with knobs. It is In every way a high
grade, elegantly finished dresser.
Remember our grand
100-riece Delft Blue, Gold Edcre Dinner
Set With Every $100 Purchase
Fv;vrjwiiu-i- s-v J
$1.00 Cash, 50c a Week
This chiffonier is large, roomy and beautiful. It
Is colonial in design, and is an elegant piece of
furniture. It Is made of American quartered oak,
handsomely polished and finished. The mirror Is
French plate, bevel edged and is 20 Inches by 18
inches. Has wood knobs to the drawers. Al
together a stylish and artistic piece of furniture
Remember our grand
60-Plere Delft Blue, Gold Edge Dinner
Set With Every $10.00 Purchase
Wood Seat Rocker
This beautifully finished wood seat Rocker
a rocker that other stores would call
cheap at $4.00. (S-O J
Our price Qu.tt'T.
While the above Is not as elaborate as a great
many other kitchen cabinets that we are
showing , at the same time it is far better for
the economically inclined to have one of this
kind than none at all. Has a large bread board
flour bins and drawers, glass doors In cup
board. A cabinet of this kind will safe the
house wife many steps in the course fi M ft?
of the day. We sell it at $x1lil
Store open Wednesday and
This Rocker 13 upholstered In Imitation
leather; Is wide and roomy In fact a most
comfortable rocker. A $6.0
We Pay the
I Night School to Open.
The new night school at the high
school ill be opened tonight for the
first time. There will be classes la
: at least six ctudies. and other classes
are to to be organized when more than
'10 people desire them. The studies
are; mechanical and architectural
; drawing, elementary and advanced
wcod working, bookkeeping, business
i and shop arithmetic, English and
spelling. It Is hoped that a large num
ber of people will enroll in the classes. ! and now I am a well woman.
more women would take vour medicine.
Family Theatre, Moline. 1 1 hare told my friends about it"-Mrs.
! Coming Thursday, Dr. Carl Herman, j Robest Colt, Box 45, South Williams
i headline attraction. 1 town, Mass.
At High School
The hrst issue of the Watch Tower,
the local high score puolication, was
uib-riuuicU mis auernuuu at uie uj.
fecnooL Ine Dooklcl vas liUeU uru
good things u icau, uy-io-dUe Jo&t,
fcood stories, and tine new art decora
tions. There are a number of new de
partment in tne paper this year. L,.
to the present time, there are about
250 subscribers and th'S number will
protclny increase to over the 375
mark in a day. This is an exceedingly
large circu.ation ia couiiiir:i,'u kl
that of last year, whica was about 2iJ,
through the entire year.
Tha City ot th CJova.
When mighty Aniru went to conqnei
Egypt be camped on the east bank l
the Nile opposite Memphis, that greni
twenty miles long capital of mud
bricks whose western verge was tbe
pyramids and wbw t"i3 brick noun"
Stop That Itch!
I will putfictM yoti to fttoQ tkat Hca ia tw 1
SttconcU. A 25 cnt botti will pror it-
No remiiiy that I have tver sold for j
Eczema, Psoriasin, and all other di.teases
cf tie Kkin has given more thorough
satisfaction thin the I
D. D. D. Prescription for Eczema
I tuariLtee ibis remedy.
Harper House Pharmacy.
Corner Nineteenth St. and Second Ave.
nave ail vanisned. Amru crushed trie
Egyptians and came back to get til
camp to ujov over and occupy Mem
phis. A dove had built In the folds
near the top of bis tent. Blood batbed
Amru. tbe tnithlesg. would oot let ber
be disturbed. A new city started about
his tent. It grew northward along
the Nile. It is today Cairo. Memphis
is only a name.
for they are mild and gentle in their
effect and will cure even chronic con
stipation. Sold by all druggists.
Difference of Opinion.
It were not best that w should al'
think alike: It Is difference of opinion
that make borse races posslbl.
Many school children suffer from
constipation, which is often the cause
of seeming stupidity at lessons. Cham
berlain's Stomach and Liber tablets
are an Ideal medicine to give a child
You will surely
after a trial of
It tones and sweetens the
stomach, assists digestion,
keeps the bowels open and pre
vents malaria. It's the m-ci
cine for you. Try a bottle ted.".