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THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS. WEDNESDAY, . NOVEMBER 13, 1912.
New Judge Now Authorized to
Sit on Bench in Circuit
Court of District.
& Roberta, People's National bank
Milan artesian water, approved by
city and state, delivered daily. Phont
Try our Duffy's pure apple cider,
clear, sparkling, delicious, a gallon 30
cents, at Kuscbman's.
Myers tbe florist is back at the old
stand. Long iew r:orai company, , hip,,,!-! nT thoaa who
1115 Fifteenth street. Give him a calL j know how making it a rich, fragrant.
Coal, coal, coal. The Rock Island 1 strengthening coffee, with a delicious
Fuel company will deliver to you all ! favor, TL cents the pound, 34 pounds
Fred Bleuer, eye specialist, 1702 Sec- j
ond avenue. j
Battles & Co., say today That
their Special Blend roasted coffee, will
help to make your breakfast one of
the plcasantest memories of the day. I
Thousands of coffee drinkers using it
every day, more of it being sold at
this store than all other brands of cof-
fee In the city combined. Freshly
The commission certifying the an-
polntment of R. W. Ousted as Judge : lne be?t Srade of hard and BOft c1- icT 11
of the circuit court of the Fourtenth " 1Dter 18 coming, Detter get tnai
paaioca ana nse your aoor Keys
Judicial district, arrived la the county
clerk's office this morning from Gov
ernor C. S. Deneen. and has bn
turned over to Judge Olmsted. Tbe !
latter will convene circuit court Fri- i
day morning at 'J o'clock in pursuance :
to adjournment yesterday morning
and after a docket for the branch
court has been made up, will begin :
the trial of the criminal cases for 1
the September term of court. j
The circuit once more has three
Judges available for duty and there
made. Charles Fit-big, 1619 Third
Strecker & Lewis, wholesale and re
tall agents for Sanitas, tbe washable
wall covering for kitchens and bath
A new creation, Gansert's Preferred
box, a mixture of our beet chocolates
at $1 per box. Ask your dealer
Try Ralph Stanton's Club Smoker
first for pennants, also full line of
Is great need of their active service i clear Havana. Key V.'est, and dcines
as the dockets and especially the tic cigars.
county docket, are ex-j Sewinz machines repaired and war
ranted for one year. Supplies for all
machines. Fiebig, locksmith, 1C19 Third
The elevation of Judge Olmsted to
the circuit bencn leaves vacant the
bench In the WilintT rnnrt Tnct hnw
long it will remain so is not known freproor safe in the house or store
but there Is little likelihood of an'1" nclty. V e have them from
election prior to the funeral Bpring 2 up. Fiebig. locksmith, 1C19 Third
.lections. It Ib probable that Judge jveiue-
li. S. Bell of the probate court will! Ward & McMahon will give you
WILSON TO CALL
Princeton. X. J., Nov. 13. While
Governor Wilson declines to commit
himself on a subject of a special ses
sion of congress, be said that he pur-
posed to give consideration to both
Fides cf the argument and to this end
he has asked fcr a complete list of
all the congressmen and democratic
leaders, pro and con, who have ex
pressed themselves on the subject. It
may be said that the impression the
president-elect gives to his interview
ers is thut he is inclined to call the
extra1 session. He will not make any '
definite statement, however, until he
returns from his southern vacation .
Dec. 16. :
I have no immediate intention of
be delegated by the governor to do i estimates on j our plumbing, steam making an announcement," he said.
pucn work as 1b necessarily taken care i and hot water heating that will save
of by tbe county court.
The directors of the Moline clrtb last j CarUett Bros.' teas, coffees, spices,
right adopted a resolution presented . extract8 ancJ bakin? p0ders have no
by M. J. Mchnlry in which Governor 0ne thoUband p(.ople are or.
I;eneen Is asked to refrain from call-:rt , ' .
ii'fe a rjrv,iai Illliaijr ttuu tJltTLlJUU LCI
nil iun tin aiicy on county juage b
bench on account of the depleted
treasury of the county. It is pointed
out that from 17,000 to $8,000 would
reccssarlly be spent In the two elec
tions and that tbe tax payers of the
county can 111 afford it. Furthermore
the belief 1b expressed that Probate
Judge U. S. Hell ran discharge the
duties of county judge In addition to
bi.i own in satisfactory manner.
It Is possible that a petition In res
olution form, emanating from finan
cial irerects in the city, will be ad
dressed to the governor, asking that,
in vl w of the cost to the county of a
specitil election and primary and the
depleted condition of county finances,
no election be called to fill the vacancy.
"I would like to get the names of .
those who have given negative opin
ions in regard to the advisability of
calling an extra session. I refer not
only to the members of congress,
but the important democratic leaders ;
I have asked for such a
Muffs remade, $2.00, at Vogue
Millinery, 1 7"4 Second avenue.
Buy a home of Rt-idy Uros.
For express, caU William Trefz.
Tri-C'ity Towel Supply company.
Kerler Rug company for vacuum
cleaning and rug making.
For flowers ami designs, see Myers,
the florist. 111S Fifteenth street.
Fine huuer kraut, well cured, two
quarts for l'o cent at Kusckmuu'a.
Our B B. serge at $33 is the best
value ever offered. J. B. Zimnier'a
Fliifch lights and e'.ectrical novel
tits. Charles Fiebig. 1619 Third
Six per cent farm mortgages. I.ltten
Dunsmore i O'Connell smoke bouse
and billiard parlors, corner of Twen
tieth street and Fourth avenue. Every
brand of good cigars and all kinds of
Whether ground or whole bean, the
delicate aroma and flavor are fully
preserved and the uniformity always '
guaranteed in Battles & Co.'s Special ,
Fiend coffee, 31 cents a pound.
If you want to please her buy her a i
box of Gansert'B Ajax, Milk, True!
Fruit, or Fruitilla Chocolates. They
are the purest and best made, and ,
don't cost any more than the others. ;
Souders Laundering company ut 501
503 Twelfth street. This laundry is '
equipped with the very latest modern
machinery, turning out work that is
not surpassed by any laundry in the
Mueller Lumber company will en
able you to build a fine house or barn
out of tbe choictst select lumber and
you will be surprised and yet pleased
to learn tbe low prices they are making.
Pickled pigs feet
cent or three pounds
The president-elect, in response to
an invitation from the people of South
Carolina, has agreed to spend his win-'
ters at Columbia in that Btate while j
he remains president. A committee ,
from South Carolina, consisting of
William E. Gonzales, Mayor W. H.
Gibbes, Dr. S. C. Mitchell, president of
the University of South Carolina; J. j
E. Swearlnger, the blind state super
intendent of education, and James
Woodrow, a professor in the Univer
sity of South Carolina, and a cousin
of the governor, waited on Governor
Wilson this afternoon and informed
him that, the people of their state had
purchased his boyhood home in Colum
bia and were remodeling it for his
use as a winter home.
Describing the visit of the delega-
tion last night, the president-elect
"When I was a half-grown boy my
father built a house in Columbia, S. C,
which my mother planned, and, of
course, I remember all the details of
its building and the development of
i pound, 10 tne little P'cce of property. These
for 25 cents ' m'n tQday came to tell me that my
Now's the time to buy the doll you want to
dress for Christmas. You'll find dolls of all
kinds at all prices here dolls with kid or
jointed bodies dressed or undressed. If you
want a beautiful doll's head you'll find them
on our big fourth floor priced from 10c to
$2.00. Our toy stock is almost complete for
the Holiday season. Watch for our Toyland
Specially Priced lor Thursday
Leatherette doll carts with hood and steel
framework, 29-inch height, specially priced
Celluloid Doll Sets consisting of
Doll, Soap, Glass, Towels,
etc. Priced at 10c to....
Ironing boards of white pine, 13x20
inches, Thursday, each ,
A Reusing Appetite
is a Keen Delight
Sauer kraut two quarts for 15 cents.
Pill pickles, a dozen 20 cents. Pure
extracted honey, per pound, 12Vi
I cents at Kuscbman's.
I The Rock Island Lumber end Manu
facture company, lumber and build-1
Jing maieiial for all purposes, houses,
I barns, granaries. We will give you an
opportunity to save a big per cent. Let
us be of service to you.
M. R. Iglehart, marble and granite
works, save you the middleman's prof
its. From 10 to 25 per cent saved on
every monument and all kinds of mon
umental work. Call at our shop on
Second avenue and see for yourself.
T. S. O'llara, flour and feed store.
i friends in South Caro'.ina had inter
ested themselves to get control of
' that house, which they would fix up
in any way convenient for my use in
the winters if I wanted to go south
I while president. The house is across
from a big hotel. That will make it
quite convenient for the secretaries
and their families to live within easy
reach of me.
"It is a house of four large rooms
on the first floor, and five bedrooms
on the second floor. We sold It when
we left Columbia about 1877. 35 years
ago. I lived there about five years.
I certainly would be inclined to use
it. It stands on an acre of ground.
The squares, as they call them in
big trade on stock and , Columbia, are four acres, and this
Dr. Hess" stock food
And What I of Greater Interest,
Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets En
able the Stomach to Digest
Whatever Is Eaten.
We all like to see tbe way healthy
children devour their meals. Would
ve coulil ull do tUti same. Eating
oi.'Kl.t to be a detiglu. It is one of
liii chief enjoyments. IVople who
c.ir.not relish a good meal are apt to
f II into those Ill-tempered moods
from mhich they view tbe world as a
sorry place to live In. So let us learn '
t i employ the best means of burmon-
1. 'tig our existence and thus extract'
from our dally grind all the pleasure j
tbtre Is to be bad. This we can do by
keeping our stomachs in prime, active
working order. j
A majority of people have corae to
know the blessings which an occa-!
sional use of Stuart's Dyspepsia Tat
lvtt confer upon the stomach. They,
are unqueMlouably the most popular,
is having a
for horses, cattle, hofs,
all kind sof poultry. It
hens lay every day.
Math's bakery and confectionery
store, the finest in the tri-c'.ties.
Bread, cakes, pies, cookies and hot i
rolls. They can't be beat. Most peo
ple say they are superior to any home
baking. Let them serve you. j
Kalu & Keinbardt cigar store still
takes the lead. Most liberally patron-;
ized. Everything In tobacco, cigars 1
' WEAR EVT.R"
2-quart aluminum sauce pans of the
Ever" brand; Thursday
Griswold food cutters, complete with full set ot
knives; regular price $1.25, QQn
Thursday only uOC
Dish pans in best gray enamel,
10-quart size, Thursday, each. .
Children's fleeced vests
in grey and cream, 30c
and 35c value,
Thursday . . .
Wool vests and pants for chil
drens, 50c and 55c values go
Larger sizes, worth
60c to 75c
Ladies' fleeced vests and pants
in sizes 4, 5 and 6, grey only.
Thursday . .
Ladies' $1.00, $1.25 and $1.50
wool vests and pants, all go at.
Thursday . ,
39c PP If
:m if if
39c M ik JL'
Inverted gas burners,
like cut, with bead
fringe, complete with
mantle ; regular price
Steman chafing dishes,
in full copper with eb
ony handles, M rn
Thursday .. JW.UU
Clothes wringers, in the famous Audior
brand with iron frame usually priced
at $3.50, Thurs- f O QO
day price &.UU
Fine copper coffee machines of the fa
mous Steman brand, complete with stand
and burner, Thurs- ft C Q Q
day only JIU.UU
tin wash boilers,
bottoms, size 8 ;
Large hammered brass jardiniers
on stands. $2.25 value, Thurs
A beautiful assortment of Jap
anese salad bowls, sugar and
cream sets, cake plates, celery
trays, olive dishes and chop
we will sell our regular 35c cups
and saucers in neat floral pat
terns, finished in gold,
Trunks in all grades from $25.00 to $5.00
values, make up our assortment. Every one
of them is made for wear. Ask to see them.
CO OPERATIVE STORE CO.
Rock island, 111.
FOR ECZEMA ON
SCALP OR BODY
(From American Family Doctor)
"New methods are supplanting the
old. Not long ago eczema on the
sealp or body was given complicated
and costly treatment Today the sim
ple quintone treatment is used in ev
ery city of the union for eczema, salt
rbeum, tetter, ringworm and itching
and tmokcra' snntillfH. Man la never
better satisfied than when smoking ! ruPl'" i" caip.
their choice brand Any per8on can apP15r thia treat"
, , ' i ment. Get from your druggist two
t. h. I-anip, plumb.ng. steam and ; cunce8 of quintone, dissolve it in one
hot water heating, gas fitting. His fcalf plnt hot wafer and apply a ,lttle
efficient knowledge of the busint sa , te the affected part. That is all there
Justly entities him to your patronage. ! j8 t0 it. Two or three applications
His shop has all modern equipments, j usually accomplish the desired result.
Everything In plumbing supplies. 1 -a recent record of 98 cases treated
The Daughters of the Covenant will
serve a chit-ken pie supper at tbe First
M. E. church Friday evening, Nov. 15,
at 6 o'clock. Supper, 35 cents. Those
r.howed 05 completely cured and the
treatment was beneficial for the other
.1.. I . . . n . V.
rem.-u, .no.n. tor lur ,u t"t cf ch
rtthpepeia Is t tie national disease, and inVtt.j
tiito wonderful little tablets have,
long since acquired a national reputa-, v e are the "-auers tor up-to-date
tu-n as a thoroughly reliable and effl-iutdry ork. Each shirt, finished
Cent cur for all forms of dyspepsia ' by baud anl P" P in carton, insur
and Indigestion. i lRK 'rk- Delivered to you in good
No matter how great the excess of
food taken Into the stomach, one or
two of these tablets will digest every
pi.rtlcle of it. A package of Stuart s
Dyrpepsia tablets should always be in
tne house. Many a person has saved
1-lmself from a serious attack of acute
indigiH-tion by using them after
luavy meals, such as are eaten
t'hristmas. Now Year's, Thanksgiving
condition. e guarantee no cracked
collars or cuffs. City Steam laundry.
Keld & Bollman, 417 Seventeenth
Johnson s Wood Dye is not a mere
stain not simply a surface dressing.
It is a real, deep-seatea eye, that goes
to the very heart of the wood and
stays there fixing a rich and perma-
Cent color. Johnson's Wood Di a
ard other holidays and festal seasons. maile la 14 ,Undard 6hades. For sale
After attending banquets, late sup- by & Greve, 2002-2004 Fourth
tors, heavy fancy dinners, after-tne- avenue.
tt.eatre parties, etc., where one has '
cl:n,d .,...DiUoU.iT and luxuriantly. . Part of our eucce88 hlD?es on good
Stuart's Dyspepsia tablets should in
variably be used, as they digest the
food perfectly and completely, and
prevent all possibility of dyspepsia,
vbirh, without their use, is more than
likely to ensue.
Americans are exceedingly fond of
tl.o good things of life, and there is
apt to be great excess of eating, and
tbe only way to overcome its bad
. i Kour. Judging from the steadv in-
ciease in our customers, these per
sistent efforts have not been in vain.
While the past Is secure, present pop
ularity gives us a mortgage on the
future and lovers of fine bread should
not fail to try Winged Horse Eaco
flour. Sold only by Battles & Co.
There is a great world of comfort to
the eyes in a perfectly fitted pair of
Moxley's high grade butterine,
although a table delicacy, will
also give best results in cook
ihg or baking. The question,
can butterine be used for fine
cakes, pies or general cooking
is so often discussed by the
conservative housekeepers that
a Moxley's Special Cook Book
seems to be in order. We will
give a cook book free.
Moxley's Special, In one
In two pound i
Moxley's Daisy brand,
Try a pound today.
effects on the stomach is to employ ' glasses or spectacles. The lenses should
a powerful and efficient digestive such ' be accurately adapted to your Individ
cs Stuart's Dyspepsia tablets which j ua requirements and should be set in
tt'wavg Insure a good digestion. frames or mountings that rest comfort-
Obtain a 50c box from your drug- j ably upon tbe nose. We give comfort
Kiel today. (Advertisement.) jia the frames as well aa in tie lenaes. j 2 2 0 7 Fourth Ave
a quarter of a square. Of course, I j
expect, to have my same old room
when I return to the old homestead."
Mr. Gonzales of the delegation said,
after calling on the governor, that
the house had been purchased by the
people of South Caroline, and that it
had been placed at the disposal of the
presidentelect "for a period of eight
"But Mr. Bryan says Mr. Wilson
is to have only one term of four
years," it was suggested.
"That is where Mr. Bryan Is wrong,"
was the prqmpt reply.
On the subject of Colonel Bryan,
me presiuem-eiet i was asuea u ne i
had received the dispatch from Wash
ington which said that Mr. Bryan
would decline an appointment as sec
retary of state.
"Oh, but that was just a piece of
dope," said the president-elect, laugh
ingly. "Mr. Bryan did not say that,"
The governor's attention was called
to an article which said that his con
ception of the presidency was giv
en in his book "Congressional Govern
ment," "I wrote that when I was 28 years
old," said the governor, "i bavea t
read it since, so I don't know wheth
er I have changed my opinions Bince
then or not. I remember delivering
a series of lectures at Columbia uni
versity about five years ago and one I
of them was on the executive. I could
not take an affidavit that the opinion
then expressed is still my opinion. I
had not been an executive then.
"There are two speaking engage
ments that I contracted before I was
nominated," he said. "One Is the din
ner of the Southern society, which
had been Bet for a date that would
come within the period of my vaca
tion, but which has now been post
poned to suit my convenience, and the
other is the dinner of the Commer
cial c'.ub of Chicago in January. I
bave also accepted an invitation to
visit Staunton, Va., my birthplace, for
my Christmas vacation."
On the vacation to start this Sat
urday the governor has arranged to go
incognito. As soon as he arrives at
his destination be will call on the
looftl ntfrfala anil remipcit that his
identity be not divulged.
that wish," he said. "I am going to
a remote place. There will not be any
news from me. Of course, something
might arise at home upon which I,
would have to comment. But nothing
will originate from me."
Riverhead, N. Y. A minister can
not face the present, high cost of liv-
i lng and "maintain his honor" on a Bal
i ary of $1,000 a year. Rev. Gilbert A.
1 Shaw, rector of Grace Episcopal
I church, gave that statement as a rea-
F. R. Kuschmann
Phone 988.' -1 m eure everybody will respect
and no mora unpttamant work
hmeping I ham clean. For Sani
Fluth unit quickly makm thmm
whit u new without c rubbing
or touching thm bowl with thm
Smmi-FlmM u a momJmrmJ cAwuc
CMwoana1 dt unfit ant mmd dtn.
dorant aajr la aM mnd harmU
imwl mnd mimmhinm. Cat a caa
to-dmy and ba mortitd no mora my
a aWooW matmr-lot komfL
son for his resignation. He goes to
Hazleton, Pa., where he will receive a
An ordinance amending an ordi
nance relating to butchers.
Be it ordained by tbe council of tho
city of Rock Island, 111.:
Section 1. That, section eight of
tbe ordinance relating to butchers,
chapter eight be amended so as to
read as follows:
Section 8.. No person shall within
the limits of this city, carry on thn
business of slaughtering animals fur
food, packing them for market, or ren
dering the offal, fat, boues or scrapes
of such animals, or to engage in tin;
manufacture or production of soap,
candles, lard, tailow, or lard oil, or
of buying, selling, storing or
No matter what form your skin af
fection may t.'ike. I'o.-ilam will eradlcute
it more raimily anil more effectively
than i'liytliing yet devised. CohI.iiu baa
siniplilii-(l the treatment of skin din-
:is--.s. Xotliini: exiHts which can enuul
it in intense, udive. Iiealinn power and
ecrtaimv of remit.
I'onlam is invaluable to vou if af
fected with eczema, acne, herpes, rash.
Itch, nimplcs. scalv scalp, itching feet,
or any like disorder. The terrible Itcb
iiiK which causes sleetiless nights of
aggravation is stoityed at the very out-
l'OSUM SOAP, medicated with
I'ohlaiu. i- utienualled lor the skin, not
curing I only when disease is pieaem. hut as
20 cents a can at your
grocer's or druggist's
preen or united hlrlpa tinletiu he nhaU lr"? Hao-Hl ami mohl ix neliciai soari. IOT
green or salted b des, unless he fctia..(lafjv UHf, to )(,t an(J ialh Sootnea
have obtained a license for such busi- j tender skin, never irritates,
ness, given Ixy consent of the council, i J- M'11-, w-, Steiner, H. O.
t - i w li -u u ii . .i Rolfs and all drunKl-sts xell Ponlani
for wuich license be shall pay to tbe ! , vrU:p, r, f.,.ntH, ali poslam Soau
city clerk the sum of twelve dollars I (price 20 centst. Kor free samtlew,
and flft renta (J12wn r.er annum write to the KiiierKency Laboratories,
ana nrty cents (ii.aU) per annum, , .... wl.t Tw,.r,tv.f)fth street. New York
before such license sha'.l bo issued, j City. ( Advertisement.
Any person who shall violate this or-
dinance shall be deemed guitty of alanHMaaHiBaHM
misdemeanor and upon conviction
thereof, shall be fined in a sum of not
less than ten dollars ($10) nor more
than fifty dollars ($r0), and twenty
dollars ($20) a day for each and ev
ery day he shall continue to carry on
such business without a license.
Section 2. All ordinances and parts
of ordinances In conflict herewith are
hereby repealed In so far as th- are
in conflict herewith.
H. M. SCHRIVER, Mayor.
Passed: Nov. 4, 1312.
Attest: M. T. Rudgren. City Clerk.
in mind you do not have to
throw away a suit or garment.
; no matter how badly soiled. It
can be made wearable.
Let us prove it.
APPLES! APPLES! APPLES!
Go to Laflin's orchard, three miles
south of Milan for your winter apples.
Make Life Easier for Your Wife.
If you do your home-life will be
happier. Try unloading the family
washing on the L. E. Baker Laundry.
Excellent work and prompt service.
Call West 237 and we'll be after it
with tbe auto. 633 Seventeenth street
Work called for and delivered.
YE TOq SHOP
G. E. EAEER
1807y2 Second Avenue.