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THE ROCK ISXND ARGUS. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 1913.
Republicans and Lorimer Demo
crats Defeat Dunne Plan
BROWNE'S BITTER RETORT
Compares Hubbard to a Rattlesnake
Who Hate Himself and His
sibillty. Before this session ends it
will be a repetition of the past, and
Governor Dunne will find the factions
quarreling among themselves endless
ly and will be compelled at last to
appeal to the republicans to carry out
his ideas of legislation."
BROWXE IX VESOMOU SPPEECTT.
The debate lasted four hours. Dur
ing the course of the wrangling Rep
resentative Browne made one of the
most venomous speeches ever heard
on the floor of the house. Browne
took the floor In reply to Represen
tative Hubbard gpf Carroll ton. a dem
ocrat, who, in supporting the Dunne
program, had commende 1 the gover
nor's stand against Lorimer demo
"Why, good God," said Browne in
speaking of Representative Hubbard's
rofprnire to William Inrlmr. "there
Springfield, 111, Feb. 21. Standing is as much of a comparison between
committees of the house will be ap-1'0'1 nd im a8 tlere would be be
pointed by the speaker as in past ween j1 rattlesnake I spoke of and
-v, , I the smile on the lips and face of the
years. This was decided by the house ' SavlourjU8t the same comparison. It
yesterday, by a vote of 72 to 69, after ; makes me sick. It fills my soul with
one of the most bitter fights in the disgust
history of the Illinois legislature. The -you wake up nights and hate your
refusal or the house to adopt the com- self. You hate your family. It's a
mitte on committees system was a ( cinch you do and it's a cir.ch there
defeat for Governor Dunne, who, with in't a thing that happens under your
the aid of Speaker McKinley, liued roof that has a sweet smile or a
up every possible vote in its support, j Jovous word in it."
Twenty six democrats, led by Lee HrBs(HD is REPLY.
. , . ',-u8; Representative Hubbard lost no
i. jomm wim 4a republicans and tim8 ,n comlnK at Browne.
.. y.uKrt...e .o oereai me aaram-, .., dldn.t ftXpect t0 draw ft,- tt0
lstration program Nineteen progrw-1 wnom and Bpreen of the genUeman
elves, four socialists, three republl-1 from ,ga,ip- Bald Mr. Hubbard. "It
cans and 3 Dunne democrats sup- Le(mB he cnnot rlse the manhood
jri-,j commiuee on committees . wot nrinir.i iB T
proposition. am wminf( to leave u to th9 people
mark BUMotTiATi Ri.sroN mbi.k. i of ininoia to compare him and me
Mr. Shanahan gave the chief reason and decide which Is the viper. I have
to- the vote of the republicans. ! respect for William Lorimer person-
"Tlie question here Is not whether all?", but I have no respect for a man
there shall be a committee on com-1 who will lower the dignity of the
inlttees, but which faction of the dem- j house to make such an attack as has
rn.ixi.iu inm i.Lij.i.M.Li.n.Lrxu.1 j.iJ.iJ.i.Li'Trn?)
-Al 1 nftn n - In fl '! ill lnbLnnlifli r V
rm tt . . t .-ltj
mis store aiioras many opportunities tor saving on tnings you need g
ncrats shall control it," he said. "The
ilemocrats say to the republicans that
ws must decide which faction con-
been made upon me."
Following the defeat of the proposed
committee on committees Speaker Mc-
trols. We republicans don't Intend to j Klnley announced be would name the
wat.h th linen of the democracy.
"We don't intend that the speaker
F.hall shift the responsibility from
himself to any committee of fifteen or
eighteen, so that each member of the
committee may in turn evade respon-
flust You Be Bald?
What have you done to stop your
hair from falling? have you tried
kexall "93" Hair Tonic? If not, we
want you to try It at eur risk.
If 7011 1it dandruff; if your hair is
fulling out and ynur -lp in not
lar.ail tad ihinv, if you iw Reull
V3'' Eur Touio aocordiof to dirso
tioua for thirty days, and at tb and
of that time you ar not t boron th.T
atiihed with t rwulta and will f ll
til mo, will immediataly hand hack
your monry. Wt won't ak you to
prorniaa aaythicjr. We won't ersn
qufuoa you. We will take you
mere word end return your monry.
Doetn't it stand to reaaoa that
Until "U3" II air Tonie mutt be a
mighty food muedy and have given
arrat aatiafartioo to our cuatociers if
we eodorae it like thin? We know of
Do aituii-tr remedy that U as good. It
in beeauM of wuat Kczall "J3" Hair
Tonie baa done for bttaars that we
back it e itb cur own mosey.
WThy u!Tr eelp sod ba:r trouble
r be bald, wheo kexall "V3 ' Hair
Totuo wilt remove dandruff, make
your scalp comfortable and healthy,
promote biur growth and tend to
reveot baldneaa whro we will
pay (or the treatment etiould it fail
to pleeae you?
We don't obligate you to any
thing. You simply buy the treat
ment; um it. and if not plt-awd,
eonip bark to lie rnipty-hanilrd and
we will hand bark what ynu paid us.
Two . Site and 11.00 a buttle.
You can buy Re xail "8T" Hair Tonie
In Uui eouimuni:y only at our alore:
THOPIAS DRUG CO.
Rork lull-nil T!t gngtSton
Thr In a R-iaJl Siorr in nearly rrery town
an1 r:tv ri thr t nMcl rttat. Caaaa and
(imi bntaia. Thr u a di9rp-nt Raxall
I'.ftOMHiv' lor b)arlv ivr- orUinnry buraao lU
-.icu MiialiV W.icnr f'ir tbf particular ill
lor whirti H la rproinvnded.
The Raaall 5kor era Amarica'a Craataat
Just opened a shipment of pure
Cocoanut Caramels; for -i jr ,
tomorrow, special at lbc A JC
Because of the vast quan
tities we bur we are able to
get better prices in the mar
ket than the concern which
buys but a handful at a time.
and jobbers come to us
when they want to move
their stocks, knowing that
we will be able to handle
large quantities. This natur
ally enables us to demand
the lowest possible prices.
The result s but one thing,
and that is: better values for
It is a genuine treasure to eat
lunch in our Dining Room.
Surroundings are restful; the
. The entire aspect of the store"
has been under-going a change
as the loads of new things have
been finding their way into the
atocks. The store is very bright
theee days with the splendor of
new Spring goods.
New "Vindex" shirts are now ready
Pick out yours now
while the assortment is best
If you want style and quality, if you want a big
value for your money, the "Vindex" are the shirts
for you to buy. They are made of madrasses and per
cales in weights that will stand the strain of laun
dering. The patterns are neat, refined pin stripes.
Every one is doubly guaranteed. Each bears the
maker's guarantee to be 25 better than the price
asked, and also bears our guarantee to give you a
new shirt for one that does not suit you perfectly.
If you have been in the habit of paying $2 for your
shirts, see the "Vindex" at $1.50, and if von have
been paying $1.50, see the "Vindex" at $1.00.
Soft shirts with attached or detached French col
lars and cuffs; $1 and $1.50.
Silk shirts in white and tan, $3.00. -Flrst Floor
committees on rule, appropriations.
judiciary and elections next wee.
The other atandlng committees prob
ably will be appointed week after
next. The speaker taid he would con
sult with Governor Dunne in making
up the committees and would not sub
mit & committee list to the house un
less tt had the gcr?ernors approval.
few to paocREisires.
It is reported that Representative
Shanahan of Chicago, the republican
floor leader, who has been chairman
of the appropriations committee dur
ing the last few sessions, will retain
that post with the approval of the
governor. A democrat will be placed
at the bead of the elections commit
tee. Other chairmanships probably
will be divided between the democrats
and republicans. Inasmuch as all ex
cept one of ttf progressives are new
members they are not likely to receive
any important chairmanships.
Three propositions were before the
house during the debate on the com
mittee on committees. Representative
Rapp, leading the fight for the Dunne
program, presented a resolution pro
viding that a committee on rules, witn
the speaker chairman, should be elect
ed from the floor of the house with
the power to name the standing com
mittees. Representative McLaughlin, as the
leader of the anti-Dunne democrats,
then offered a substitute resolution
which provided that a committee of 18
sl'ould be elected to be composed of
niue democrats, including the speaker,
si . republicans, two progressives and
ote socialist. The McLaughlin com
mittee was the one put through the
democratic house conference of Tues-
l,no;dny night which Governor Dunne re-
' fused to approve because ot me aaai-
tion of Browne, Sullivan, Garesche and
Fahey to the slate originally passed
upon by the governor.
! Representative Hull, on behalf of
1 tbe republicanx then offered a second
i substitute resolution. This resolution
' provided that the speaker should ap
point a committee on rules consisting
of eight members and himself which
rbotild draft a permanent set of rules
fir submission to the house and trTat
tbo committee should be instructed to
provide in the rules for the appoint
ment of all standing committees by
AITEPT REPl BI.ICA X PLATf.
This was the only resolution voted
upon. The McLaughlin forces made
ro effort to stand by their own reso-
1 . ' V... -... r- nrOMIw in tYl M FA.
Mv Suit BC DOIIC i P,:bllcn Proposal, which was adopted
J bv a vote of 72 to 69. 8nite was the
(jn Ttmp r I only progressive to vote for the Hull
Lovely silks continue to come
'I never saw such beautiful silks, and it is a real pleasure to
buy them here as you have such perfect light," said a customer
this morning. She was being shown some of the new foulards that
have arrived during the last day or so, and even as she was speak
ing, others were being brought from the receiving room, having
just come in this morning.
Among them are the new Bulgarian
foulards that have caught the note of
color from Bulgaria; some of these
have borders; 42 Inches wide; per
yard, $1.50 and $1.98.
The new Valentine foulards in the
loveliest of striped and figured pat
terns, per yard 85c and $1.00.
Sumptuous brocaded crepe meteor In
an unubually large range of shades
tan, Alice, Nell Rose, black, white,
primrose, wistaria, eadet and yellow;
40 inches wide; per yard $&60.
Soft charmeuee In plain tans, navys,
black, brown, Nell Rose, gold white;
86, 40 and 45 inches wide; at per
yard, $1.50 to $3-56.
Crepe de chines in tan, blue, black,
brown and white; 40 inches wide;
per yard $1.50.
All-silk washable striped shirtings;
32 to 36 inches wide; 76c, $1 and $1J5.
Among the new dress goods that have
come in during the last few days suit
able for spring dresses, suits and
coats are cream and white serges and
whipcords; also whipcords in gray,
blue, tan, white and tan, and Alice
and white; per yard 85c to $2.60.
TEe new "Reed" waists for spring
Harned and Von Maur's is the onlv store in this vicinitv that en
joys the privilege of selling "Reed" waists. You can depend on a
"Reed" waist to fit, and the workmanship is perfect. Made of lin
en, Cairo and linene cloths in tailored models, $3. Lingerie waists
of crepe, batiste and voile, trimmed with laces and embroideries,
$2.95 to $7.50.
We have a particularly choice as
sortment of about two dozen styles of
new waists at $lr either high or low
necks which ever you prefer. One
style Is of barred .dimity with sailor
collar edged wittr embroidery; the
short sleeves are finished with turn
back cuffs: neat, stylish: $1.00.
Inverted gas lights and mantles
Those interested in an ideal gas light will find it worth their while
to investigate our "Peerless" inverted light. It is the same style
and shape as the much-talked of "Reflex" lamp, but.it costs only;
$1.50, while the "Reflex" is $2.50." If you care about saving a dol
lar, you will buy a "Peerless," and it will be fitted with a 25c mantle.
Inverted gas lights regularly $2.35,
very special at $1J0.
Other gas lights that sell regularly
at 85c are special at 59c.
15c gas mantles; very durable; give
good, clear light; special at 9c.
Prism gas shades, the newest idea
In lighting fixtures; 7ic-Flfth Floor
mibstltuta and Boyd. Hutchinson and
! McCabe the only republicans to op
' po.e it. Tbe democrats who voted
You are unaware of the Haker meth
cm I s tr you ask sucn a question. ; against it were:
Work ON TIMK. work Just right, the i Ashton, Bell. Briscoe, Burns, dyne,
spring suit or overcoat you want at ; cohlmyer. Coleman, Costello, Craw
the time yon want it that's the Baker for(j pevlne, Dickman. R. H. Elliott,
y. i Etherton. Finlef. H. A. Foster, Groves,
When do you want yours j Hoffman. Hruby. Hubbard, Huston,
TELEPHONE WEST 317. Igoe. Kane, Kasserman, Koch. McWil-
.- ---litems. Morassy, Myers. O'Connell.
YE TOG SHOP;
Ml-, nmruai i, .".--.
Vinger. R. R. Thompson. Trlmarco,
i Tucker. Weber, Werts, Williamson, Mr.
You save money on every purchase in
Q. E. BAKER
1807Va Second Aveooe.
TO THE BIG SALE AT
S. Fryer's New and Second Hand
store. We are selling every
thing In the house at one-fourth
to one-half off, as we need the
room for spring and summer
goods. We have a number of
heaters which must go at half
price; also number of cook
stoves and ranges. Bed springs
and mattreaoes at your own
price. Dont forget we have the
beat assortment of furniture,
carpets, rugs, trunks and suit
caaea. Tools of all kinds. We
buy, sell or trade anything of
value. Give us a call. Be con
vinced of what a dollar can do at
1505 SECOND AVENUE
Representatives McLaughlin and
I Browne both denounced the democrats
' hn had -refused to abide bv the re-
2 suit of the house conference. Browne
HURRY! BiBa,1 th commltte on committees
proposiuou wu an iiuuk, uui u
would stand for it because It is in the
democratic platform provided the
party supported the Slate approved by
majority action. v
Rapp, Kane and Hubbard, demo
crats. Curran. Fitch and McCormlck,
progressives and E ted man, aociaTISt.
spoke for the oommlttee on committees.
A few minutes delay In treating
tome cases of croup, even the length
of time it take to go for a doctor often
proves dangerous. The safest way Is
I to keep Chamberlain's Cough remedy
i In the house snd at the first indica
I tion of croup give the child a dose.
! Pleasant to take and always cures.
I Sold by all druggists. (Adv.)
The family that finds it difficult to make both ends meet because, of thegrow-.
ing cost of living, will have an easier time of it if they will do their buying in
our Bargain Basement. You will not find any "shoddy," or goods bought,
just to have something cheap, which in the end are really expensive lx.cati.se
they do not give service. But you will find good, reliable merchandise, priced'
way below the general run of prices. .a
Buy a $15 to $18 wool dress for only $4.87 1 .
You might say impossible, but it is nevertheless true, and naturally $.87is
only a part of the cost, but we want to close them out and do it quickly,
hence this extraordinary reduction. There are just '25 dresses; some are of
serges, panamas and hairline materials. There are pleasing shades ,
of navy, brown, black, cream and gray; sizes range from M to
Anv woman needincr a dress can't afford to overlook this chance..
Fifty $10 and $12.50 dress skirts for $3.98
llere are handsome black voile,' panama, serge and poplin dress skirts that
have been selling at $10 and $12.50, that you can buy now for $3.93. There is
a splendid variety of styles, and the colors are navv, black, tan, brown and
gray. There are also a few light colored materials in gray and tan and black
and white mixed effects. It is not neeessarv to sav much about
these as the price is so low they will sell readily. Every woman
likely to need a separate skirt is interested; choice
$2.98 black and colored petticoats $1.25
15 dozen in the lot; mostly heatherbloom; a, few are sateens; come in different
shades of brown, blue, green and red. Some have flounces of ruffles; others
'are pleated. These are all narrow styles that can be worn under
the narrow skirts now fashionable- A number of "Klos-fit"
models are included; $2.93 values for
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Tonight Is Society Night
Tomorrow Is Tri-City Day
See the Cars Hear the Band and
That Great Symphome Four
GREATEST SHOW BILLED FOR
SATURDAY, FEB. 22
is a legal holiday and the banks will be closed that
day and evening.
GERMAN TRUST & SAVINGS BANK
ROCK ISLAND SAVINGS BANK
CENTRAL TRUST & SAVINGS BANK
STATE BANK OF ROCK ISLAND
ROCK ISLAND NATIONAL BANK
PEOPLES NATIONAL BANK
All ths sews all the time The Argus.
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