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THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS
WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 20, 1913.
CARL J. MANGAN
Is Given Appointment as Gen
eral Agent of Streckfus
lines at St. Paul.
SEASON PLANS ANNOUNCED
Boats Will Inaugurate Trt-Clty Ser-j
vice About Middle of May Say '
The appointment of C. J. Manpan
as general acnt of the Streckfus linos !
was announced yesterday by Traffic ;
Manager Fowler Mannlnt; of St. Ixu1h, i
who arrived in th city to formulate '
tentative plans for th romlr.s; season,
which. according t present indica- !
tions. will oi n at the local port the
middle or latter part of May. . Mr. '
Maoffan, who has been freneral agent !
of the trl-cities for tfw pact two years, i
will have harpe of Hie b.isinegs at 1
fit Paul. Minneapolis St ill water and
the northern division of the river. He
will remain in charge of the business
In the trl-cJtlee until. May 1. and will
then go to St. Paul to take up his new
' 1 !
Carl J. Mangan.
slve advertising campaign for the cotn-
Tv RMUvin hnOKtiner thp iwiner ffaa1a.
R. J. Fullerton ofthls city, formerly J Bippi river as the Weal vacat!on route
manager of the Empire Ice & Coal i n.,irTlftBRPrt ,pnv A.mrn,
company, has been appointed general, to StrckIU8 offlCial8. the prospects are
agent for the tri-cltie and central di-! , ic1r. ,
'ision to Bucceed Mr. Mangan. Mr
Fullerton, who haa ben a resident of
this cfty for many years. Is prominent '
In business circles, and his many
friends will be pleased to learn of his
promotion. He has already become
active with the company and will leave
In a few days for St. Louis, where he
will specialize in different branches of
the work in the St. Louis division un
til May 1, when he will return to the
tri-cltlee to take active charge at this
point. John C. Bftz will continue as
special trawling representative In the
fptihb im.a9 AirsorsrEn.
The Streckfus line is contemplating
opening the season at the trl-oitiee
the middle or latter part of May with
one of their excursion steamers, and
the through packet service from St.
Jyjuls to B. Paul will be Inaugurated
the flrat week In June with the steam
er Qulncy. About July 1 the steamer
St. Paul will also le entered tn the
Bt. Pairl-3t. IuIa servioe, alternating
wlfh the Qulncy. thereby "tabllshing
live-day service. The north and south
bound paekt irill mt at the local
port each trip, the name as last sea
eon, with a few hours stop-over to en
able passengers to se various points
rf iuteret In the tri-cities. The steam
ers ft Paul an'l Qulncy will lay over
24 hours at St. Paul and aleo at St.
liouts, allowing plenty of time for
S'ghtseeing at the two terminals.
BooT vfi'kr an r.R.
The company hats outlined a progrrs-
only locally, but at all river polnta.
Buy a home of Reldy Bros.
For express, call WlUlam Trefa.
Trt-Clty Towel Supply company.
Kerler Rug company for vacuum
cleaning and rug-making.
Our B. B. serge at 33 Is the best
value ever offered. J. B. Zimmer!
V Roberts, People'e National bank
Remember that Ralph Stanton has
everything to make your friends, who
moke hflnnv I
New idea patterns The only 10c
pattern with a aeam allowance. Any
pattern for 1c at The Mill Store.
New Idea patterns The only 10c
pattern with a seam allowance. Any
pattern for 10c at The Mill Store.
Coal, coal. coal. The Rock Island
Fuel company will deliver to you all
the best grades of hard and soft coai.
Ward & McMaboa will give you
estimates on your plumbing, steam
and hot water heating that will tare
Dunsmore & O'Connell smoke bouse
and billiard parlors, corner of Twen
tieth street and Fourth avenue. Every
brand of good cigars and all kinds ot
i smokers' suppliea
T A If 1 II If ' When you want something good you
III In A 11 I ' waI,t u and on'-v the best wlu do-
a v linn . . , .. i !.
" ; you gft it. It is the king of them
Borne Interesting Facts Regard- iaii and made by w. L. Gansert.
ing Health Statistics.
Few people realize to what extent
their hea'th depends upon the condi
tion of the kidneys.
The physician in nearly all cases of
erious.illness, makes a chemical anal
ysis of The patient's urine. He knows
that unless the kidneys are doing their .qmpd with the very latest modern
worn property, toe otner organ can- machinery, turning out work that Is
not bo brought back to health and Lot eurpassed by any laundry In the
rtrength. j 6,ate
When the Vtdneys nre neglected or
Mueller Lumber company will en-
I able you to build a fine house or barn
out of the choicest select lumber and
you will be surprised and yet pleased
to learn the low prices they are mak
ing Souders Laundering company at 501
&03 Twelfth street. This laundry If
abused in any v. ay. serioua results are
sure to follow. According to health
statistics, llright's disease, which is
really an advanced form of kidney
ttoiiM canned nearly ten thoutand
deaths in 1 Sl in the state of New
Tork alone Therefore, It behooves
ti to pay more attention to the health
of these nioft important organs.
An ideal herbal cotvpourd tbat has
had remarkable siicccm as n kidney
remody ls.Ir Kilmer's Swamp-Hoot,
tho great kidney, liver and bladder
The mild and healing influence of
this preparation is soon realized. It
s'.ands the highest for its remarkabl
record of cures.
If you feel that your kidneys require
attention and wish a bample bottle,
write to Dr. Kilmer & Co.. Plngham
ton. N. Y. Mention this paper and
they will gladly forward It to you ab
solutely free by mail.
Swamp-Root is sold by every drug
g'.st In bottles of two sues 50 cents
and $1. (Adv.)
Expert workmen in our jewelry de
partment will look after your watch
repairing promptly and efficiently.
ROCK. ISLAND. ILL.TOh
Change of menueachday in the bal
cony tea-room. Hot luncheon from
11:15 to 2. Coldluncheon until 5:30
Star flour. Star coffee. Star pancake
Hour, Star flavoring extracts and Star
spicos. When you see anything In
our store with a star on it you may
known that it is a good article. The,
Kaiu & Reinhardt cigar store still !
lakes the lead. Most liberally patron- j
Ized. Everything In tobacco, cigars
and smokers' supplies. Man U never
better satisfied than when smoking
their choice brands.
Star flour. Star coffee. Star pancake
flour. Star flavoring extracts and Star
spices. When you see anything in
our store with a star on it you may
know that it is a good article. The
1 Mil! .Store.
1. S. O'Hara. flour and feed store,
. is having a big trade on stock and
poultry food. Dr. Hess" stock food
for horses, cattle, bogs, sheep and
ali kind tof poultry. It makes the
her.s lay every day.
Now Is the time to buy your spring
' ginghams. We have a good many of
i ours in now, and have more coming !
'in a few days. Come In and select!
yours before they are picked over.
The Mill Store.
The Rock Island Lumber and Manu
facturing company, lumber and build-
lng material for all purposes, housea
; barus. granaries. We will give you as
opportunity to 6ave a big per cent. Let
New Things for Immediate Wear
Shown in the Garment
A showing of the latest modes m
women's and misses coats, suits and
dresses; an assemblage such as will
appeal to women of taste.
Women s and blisses' Coats
ef eponge, Bedford oord, Bngitsh serges, novel
ties, etc.. In the new lengths, priced from
io oo to $50.00
'Women's and Misses' Suits
in semi and extreme fancy French models, the
new Balkan and Bulgarian trimmings are much
In evidence this season. Priced at
112 .00 to $50.00
of crepe meteor and de chine, charmeuse,
eponge and serge, la all the authentic street
shades. Priced from $7.50 to $35.00
The February Furniture and Carpet Sale
Ends Saturday Night
Just three more days left to take advantage of these most pronounced savings.
Practically every artic e on the big third floor now selling at a much lowered price,
which means the saving of many dollars to the fortunate purchasers. Just three
more days. Thursday. Friday and Saturday.
Here is One of the Splendid Telling
Bargains Brought to You by the
Great February Furniture Sale
End of February Reductions on
Women's and Misses' Coats,
Suits and Dresses
Winter Coats at $895
These of eponge. cheviot, double faced cloths and boucles, many values
as Wgh aa $22.50.
Winter Coats at $12.95
Coats of kersey chinchilla, astrakhan, zlbeline, In many of the season's
beet models, values to $30.00.
Tailored Suits at $8.75 and $12.95
Select models in the better cloths and in the most wanted shades,
values up to $30.00 and $39.00.
Dresses at $12.95
of crepe meteor, charmeuse silk poplin and velvet, early season's
price up to $35.00.
Dresses at $7.75
of satin messaline, silk voile, crepe da china striped taffeta,, serg,
values to $22.50.
BED Massive two-inch
continuous post, Vernis
Martin finish, regularly .. .9 8 00
MATTRESS Elastic cot
ton felt encased in art
tickings, French edge, reg
SPRINGS All iron, fine
pencil weave top, support
ed with three rows of
heavy copper coils, regu
Note These Savings:
While ten of these fine outfits last they
are $10.00 apiece T.
No mail or telephone orders filled.
. $0 65
$1 4 75
.. $-1 lO
$13 75 i
BIG BRASS TRIMMED BED
All sizes of beds, all colors, and
all are brass trimmed Thursday,
Friday and Saturday, Just 10 each
day of these splendid $5.00 brass
trimmed beds, tfJO CQ
No Mail or Telephone Orders Filled
LAST OPPORTUNITY TO
BUY EARLY ENGLISH
DINING FURNITURE AT A
SAVING OF 33! 3.
The person in search of a dining
room suite or even an odd piece,
will do well to investigate this of
fer, one-third off, on all Early Eng
$41.00 Brass Ted for
S.50 Hrass Bed for....
14.00 V.eed Chair
22.0(1 Mission Settee .
9. ST Mission Chair ...
37.00 Leather Rocker .
35.00 Mahogany Rocker
20.00 Princess Dresser
23.00 Oak Dresser
5.75 Bed Springs ....
20.00 Box Springs
45.00 Bed Davenport .
29.00 Oak Dining Table .. .$22 OO
22.00 Oak Buffet $15 OO
2G.00 Oak China Cabinet . .$19 50
21.00 Library Table $14 95
26.00 Library Table $19 50
10.00 Parlor Table $4-90
53.00 Oak Buffet $39 OO
30.0U English Chair $21-75
7.00 Magazine Hack $3 30
12.00 Morris Chair $8 95
17.50 Music Cabinet $1185
8.75 Skirt Box $5 OO
14.00 Writing Desk $9 75
2.00 Diniug Chairs $1-39
16.50 Mattresses $12 50
55.00 Mahogany Bed $40 OO
125.00 Mahogany Dresser -95O0
Carpet and Rug Specials fen
Last Three Days of the
and Carpet Sale
9x12 Wool filled Ingrain Rugs $5 95
9x12 Tapestry Brussels Rugs $8 89
Sx12 Velvet Ri!gs(Seam!e8s)$1505
9x12 Axminster Rug $1695
9x12 Wilton Velvet Rug $2385
9x12 Body Brussels Rug S21-50
9x12 Royal Wilton Rug. .. $33 5
9x12 Seamless 10-wlro S14 95
4 yard wide Linoleum, sq. yd. . 49a
Last Week of the Shoe Sale
This sale of manufacturer's sur
plus stock of men's, women's and
children's shoes, offers the Tri
Clty people the best grades of foot
wear, at prices that have caused near
ly every customer to ask, "How can
you afford to sell them so cheap?" The
answer is the McCabe way of buying
and selling, taking advantage of every
opportunity to buy under the market
and then sell for lets."
Men's shoes, $4.00
Men's shoes, $5.00
Ladles' shoes, $3.00
values for ,
Ladles' shoes, $4.00
values for ,
BOYS' AND GIRLS' SHOES
AT BIG SAVINGS.
The Shirt Sale Continues
Thursday Friday and
Men's E. fe?W. f Diamond
Brand Shirts at Sub
This advance showing and sale
of these superior fitting and bet
ter made shirts, includes the fin
est madras, percales and soiesette
materials, in negligee laundered
or soft cuff styles.
All sizes, over loo patterns,
three big 98c gg
The Limit in
Last call on all fur coats, sets,
scarfs and muffs prices at half
and in a great many instances
less than half of former prices.
Note these items.
$38.00 Black or brown coney
$62.00 Black Russian poney
$65.00 Brown coney, opossum
$98.00 Brown Marmot, opossum
$137.00 Gray Siberian squir-
$150.00 Near seal, civtt
$12.50 Black Oppossum set $500
$15.00 White Ermine and
$18.75 Black Opossum set $7 00
$25.00 Ermine and Mouflon
$8.50 Blue Opoaaum Muff . $3 OO
$11.75 Brown Marmot Muff. . .$5.00
$19.50 Brown Marmot Muff $1000
$25.00 Mole Coney Muff $1000
Scarfs and Shawls
$15.00 Blue Opossum Scarf... $5K
$12.50 River Mink Scarf . $500
$42.50 Real Martin Scarf .. .$19 SO
$39.50 Jap Mink Shawl $19 50
The question of a child's comfort and health is perfectly
solved by the Vanta Vest. It has no buttons nor pins, and
best of all it won't work up.
' It is double over the chest and abdomen and fastens in
front, making it unnecessary to turn the child on its face to fas
ten the garment.
A Special Free Offer
By a special arrangement with the owners of the patent we are
able to give absolutely free to every mother a complete pattern for
making the perfect fitting Vanta Diaper; uses no pins, no buttons, has
extra thickness where needed, but without the harmful bulkiness of
the ordinary diaper which makes baby bowlegged.
Vanta Diaper is as simple and easy to make as the ordinary diaper.
The Free Pattern shows you how.
Under-Dress Comforts for the
Little Tots Special
Infant's flannel petticoats..
Infant's cambric slips
Infant's sactiues 19
Infant's pinning blankets 25
Children's cambric drawers. 1 to 10 ynars
Knickerbocker drawers, linen, la-f trimmed
Cambric night gowns, lace and en broidery trimmed
Children's white dresses, a little
musBed and soiled from handling,
values to $1.75, sizes 6 7Q
month to 3 years sC
Children's Wool Dresees.
The $7.50 ones, for $395
The $5.00 ot.ea, for $2 75
The $3.95 ones, for $195
The $2.25 ones for $1 25
r -J w14nVi1 nqrtv tn honlli i u a he of nervirA tn vrm
uuuu i ciiauic tfcj fcvr -
th njrenpv in Rock Island and Now 18 the y y"r 'Prc8
Over 100 sold and
used in the two cities.
We have a good many of
ours in now. and have more coming
:i a few days. Come In and select
yours before tney are picked over.
The Mill Store.
Math's banery ana confectionery
Party most be afiraressive and store, the finest in the trl-cities.
clean cut and have small amount
To such a party we have
splendid proposition to offer.
Phone for interview.
Bread, cakes, pies, cookies and hot
rolls. They can't be beat. Most peo
ple sty they are superior to any home
baking. Let them serve you.
. E. Lamp, p'umb'.og. steam and
hot water beating, gas fitting. His
efficient knowledge of the business
justly entitles him to your patronage.
Hi. shop has all modern equipment
Everything in plumbing supplies.
You can depend on the uniform high
quality and satisfying flavor ot our
Ajax chocolates. You will like them i
and come back for more. Look for I
the name Gansert on every piece.
Why wear yourself out running a
machine like your grandmother used
to run, when you can buy the newes'
lmproved one on such easy terms.
See "The Free" before buying any
ctaer. We will be glad to show ij
to you, if you will call on us at 300
Fourth avenue. The Mill Store.
M. R. Igiehart, marine and granite
works, save you the middleman's prof
its. From 15 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.
Why wear yourself out running a
machine like your grandmother used
to run, when you can buy the newest
Improved one on such easy terms.
I See "The Free" before buying any
j other. We will be glad to show it
: to you, if yon will cail on us at 300
! Fourth avenue. The Mill Store.
I We are the leaders for up-tdate
j laundry work. Each shirt finished
1 by hand and put up in a carton, insur
ing work. Delivered to you in good
condition. We guarantee no cracked
collars or cuffs. City Steam laundry.
Reld & Bollmac, 417 Seventeenth
Johnson's Wood Dy ts not a mere
talc not simply a surface dressing.
It is a real, deep-seated dye, that goes
to the very heart of the wood anj
stays there fixing a rich and perma
nent color. Johnson's Wood Dy '.a
made In 14 standard shades. For sale
by Lercb & Greve, 2002-2004 Fourth
Thirty Divekeepers Indicted.
Springfield, 111., Feb. 26. Indict
ments against 30 keepers of disorderly
places were returned by the Sanga
mon county grand Jury yesterday. The
indictments are the result of a vice
crusade inaugurated by State's Attor
ney Burke. The bills were against
owners of places in the disorderly dis
trict. It is believed that other indict
ments will be returned in a short time.
It is also said that bills may be return
ed aginst owners of buildings in which
the places are operated.
victory for the city clerkship nomina
tion by 8,476. He Is the incumbent.
Homer K. Tinsman won the repub
lican nomination for superior judge.
He was supported by the Dtneen or
ganization. Other republican state
candidates were beaten, however.
Complete returns showed the defeat
of Byron V. Kanaley, organization
candidate, by A. W. Peterson by 5,843 j city clerk.
for city treasurer. Alex Wolf, slatt
selection, was beaten by William K.
Peters for city clerk by a close vote
Henry W. Lenian, progressive, was
nominated for superior court judge
by the new party without opposition,
as was Charles W. Moderwell for
treasurer and Joel F. Iongenecker fo
I Ve have bd bo maoy Inquiries late
j It resar&Ds Eczema and other sicln
' diseases, that are glad to miir our
j anewer public. After careful lnvestt
I rotten we lave found that a Simula
waah of O'.l of Wltitertreen. aji com
I ponnded in D.D.D. Prescription, can t
relied upon. We would not make tbla
! statement to our patrol; a. frtendn and
' Eelfbbors unless we- were ure of !t
and altho-iph ihrre arc maiy ao-calloJ
; Eoxetra retr.-dlea yoil. v.e ni.r-.!ves
unhesitatingly recommend L D. ). Pre
i Drop Into our store today and let
I ca tell you how we b&ck our opinion
! with a money-back rwarantee. Aak ua
also about D.D I'. Soar: :t l-.cipa.
j Harper House Pharmacy.
Corner Nineteenth St. and Second Ae.
Chicago, Feb. 26. The Hearst-Harmon
machine was give na severe jolt
in the city and aldermanic primaries
j yesterday. The combination of Sulli
van and Dunne forces routed the city
hall alliance in numerous wards and
captured the three principal municipal
State Senator John M. O'Connor,
running under the Sullivan-Dunne col
ors, was nominated for judge of the
fuperior court by 5.6S4. Michael J.
Flynn, with similar backing, was
named for city treasurer by 5,027:
! while Francis D. Connery, an out-and-out
Sullivan adherent, won an easy
"All is Well That Ends Well"
Along with dyspepsia comea nervousness, sleeplr-ssneBS and gen
eral ill health. Why f Kecause a disordered stomach does not permit
the food to be assimilated and carried to the hlixxt. On the other hand,
the blood is charged with poisons which come from this disordered
digestion. In turn, the nerves are not fed on i;'xd, red blood and we
see those symptoms of nervous breakdown. It is not head work that
does it, but poor stomach work. With poor thin blood the body is not
protected against the attack of gernus of grip bronchitis consump
tion. Fortify the body now with
Golden Medical Discovery
an alterative extract from nativeVnedicinal plants, prescribed in both liquid
and tablet form by Dr. R. V. Pierce, over 40 years aito.
Mure than 40 years of experience has provtn its superior worth a an in
iroratiria" stomach tunic and blood puntier. Jt invigorates and retruWtea
the stomach, liver and bowels, and through them th whole syntem. It can
bow also be had in sua-ar-coeted tablet form of most Jeaiers in medicine,
if not, send SO cents in one-cent stamps for trial box to Dr. f lerce's Invalids'
Hotel and Surgical Institute, Buffalo, N.Y.
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