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THE ROCK ISUAXD ARGUS. FRIDAY. MARCH 7, 1013.
NAP AT CITY HALL
Loud Snores Arouse Employes
and Sleeper Is Escorted to
Jail by Policemen.
I on a tour of investigation which end-
ed in the discovery of the sleeper. A
' policeman was summoned from the
! first floor and he succeeded In awak
ing the man who stared about him in
. amazement, mumbled something about
being in the wrong place, and then
began pounding his ear again. He
'.tat permitted to finish his nap in a
cell in the police station.
Kv:':'n'!y mi ;ak;t:s ih- city h'wl
f( r a hote l, a partly ivoxicated nr.
1t r i (!)( i hii!:st-!f m a t-ti'ra
1:i tin- i orridor 1 s- iiioru r.m about '.
' li ( k Hiid iii Deified tD jiaB off into
i !)liv!(:ii A!l would have been
we l )ad not U.k sl f ;i l) --i attended
tv rt. v t sn.-i-c !i arou.-ed tV-
employes in the niii or and city clerk's
i ii. :v lai.i'- it was thought
fi.r a time that -the idim was tin- re
sult ', tt.i. sh')fliriK of mow d.i ti:e
2!iv cut -ill--. In th- major's oflic e
Mi- tt-tiri;rth-r 'rK.':!:- it heralded
It k'-:; !i-av.ir P r ? ; !i l tiirt-J ut-
The funeral of Brother John S.
Morly of Claypool lodge No. 13 of
Ftrt ..Madison, Iowa, will be conducted
by Trio lodge Xo. 57, A. F. & A. M..
Saturday. March 8 at 2 o'clock p. m.
from bin late residence, 1322 Fortieth
stree Rock Island, and will leave
.Masonic temple at 1:30 p. m. Mem
bers of Rock Island lodge No. 658
nnd visiting brethren are cordially
invited to join with us to par our last
tribute to our deceased brother. By
rrder of I.. E. Hemenway. W. M.;
i W. B Pettit, secretary. (Adv.)
Resident of Mathersville, HI.,
Has Been Unconscious 37
Days at Her Home.
Dated at Rock Island. I I.. March 6.
SHIRLEY D. FOLSOM.
M. T. RVDGREX.
iCity Clerk of Rock Island. 111. (Adv.)
II V At! ii 1,1 t
All -he news all the time The
For Making Pure,
Fine and Wholesome Biscuit,
Delicious Cake and Pastry
No Lime Phosphate
At Mathersville, 111, not many miles
from Rock Island, is a woman who
iB just rounding out her 37th day of
sleep. She is Mrs. Ben Havens and
her present extended nap is the third
that she has taken. While a resident
of Wyoming, 111, several years ago.
she slept 120 days. During these per
iods she is given liquid food throush
a tube and she seems to get strong
er all the time and to be ia good
health when she comes out of her
Her malady if such it can be called,
is remarkable and the cause has not
been ascertained by any of the many
physicians who have examined her.
Notice is hereby given, that on
Tuesday, the first day of April, A. D..
1913, an election will be held in the
city and township of Rock Island, 111.,
for the following officers, to wit:
One police magistrate.
Five assistant supervisors. .
Five justices of peace.
Places for registration and voting
win be as follows:
Yim precinct 413 Fourth avenue.
! Second precinct 702 Second ave
j Third precinct 1014 Third avenue.
; Fourth precinct 924 Ninth street.
: Fifth precinct Court house, east
; Sixth precinct 1434 Seventh ave-
i Seventh precinct 1101 Fifteenth
i Kignth precinct 1914 Third avenue,
j Ninth prec'net Trinity Parish
j house. Nineteenth street and Sixth
i Tenth precinct Hose house on
i Twea'y-secpni street.
Eleventh precinct Sehmid's gro
j eery stcre, S23 Twentieth street,
i Twelfth precinct Twenty-sixth
street, between Sixth and
Bey a home of Relay Urns.
For express, call William Trefa.
Tri-City Towel Supply corcpany
Independent Express Co. West &81.
Kerler Rug company lor vacuum
cleaning and rug-making.
"Quicker Yet" hand and power
washers at the Mill store.
New spring ginghams: 100 patterns .
to select from, at the Mill store.
Our B. B. serge at 133 is the best
value ever offered. J. B. Zimaier'i
Six per cent farm mortgages. Lltten
ft Roberta, People's National bank
Remember that Ralph Stanton has !
everything to make your friends, who
I Just received a shipment of our new
( muslin underwear for spring. Call and
; see it. The Mill store.
! Let Collins Ac Hammerich figure on
j your carpenter work. They are prompt
; and reliable. Phone West 790.
Coal, coal. coal. The Rock Island
! Fuel company will deliver to you aii
i the best grades of hard and soft coai.
Ward & McMahou will clve you
estimates on your plumbing, steaxc
and hot water heating that will save
' you money.
Our store is just as near to you as
your phene. Call pho le 9SS and your
order will receive prompt attention
and delivery7. Kuschman's, 2207
Dunsmore & O'CcnneJl smoke house
and billiard parlors, corner of Twen
tieth street and Fourth avenue. Every
brand cf good cigars and all kinds or
; biEokeiV supplies.
Muel'.er -Lumber company w3! en
able you to build a fine house or bare
OLt of the choicest se.ect limber and
you will "lie surprised and et pleased
to iearn the lew prices they are mik
ing Good quality bulk oatmeal, seven
pounds for 25c; driod navy beans,
four pounds fcr 25c; chiii beans, a
Seventh; pound for ic: lentils, three pounds
; 2Cf , at Kuschniimn's, 22't7 Fourth ave-
O U Li J?
ROCK. ISIAN D, ILL, through to Fecond
"Just for a Day" Specials
A week end dearaway of good merchandise perhap.s
just what you want at nickeh dime and up to dollar savings. (Just
about enough for a day s selling in each lot.) These for Saturday:
DRESS GOODS. Three styles
black and white shepherd check
suitings. SSc regularly,
double fold, a yard
FANCY FLAXONS. One of the !
season's best wash fabrics in new
colorings, and designs, 2Bc value,
limited quantity, ! rtl
a yard 1 2C
GOLD FISH. Crystal glass fish
globe with fancy gold fish and fish
moss included, a limited f
number, each A VIC
WOMEN'S WAISTS Both tail- j
ored and lingerie waists, a little
tumbled and mussed, .mostly 1 of
a style, values to $1.75
CUfc (TV OL. Ojlj,
Short Lengths of
Values to $1.50 per
Saturday A. Al.
Special, 19c Each
These are Salemen'a sam
ples of net, 666 samples in
all, 1 yard .to .Hi .to .1a
yards, all perfect. Original
'price up to $1.50 per yard.
Specla Saturday at Q
10 a- m, each LjG
No mail or telephone orders
filled on these.
CLOTHES BASKETS. Fine splint
elm clothes baskets with reinforced
bottom and sides, a
special value for
BUYS' HOSE Extra heavy blaoK
ribbed school hose, the kind that I
wear, a few dor.cus cf
tnese -;e v;ii'.:es at a pair.
CHILD'S DRESSES Wash j
dresses of medium and dark ging- j
hams and percales, ou'y 1 and 2 ;
of a kind, ages 4 to 14.
values to $2.00. fur
IRONING BOARDS. Cloth covered
shirt waist or sleeve ironing boards.
made of hardwood, a great
WOMEN'S GLOVES One button,
; washable, doe-skin gloves with
pique stitching, $l.f0 quality, pick
at - pair
WOMEN'S HOSE .Tur.t 15 dozer,
pairs of women's black coiton hose
with neat colored embroidery ef
fects, these 2Tc
v alues for OC
fvc j a, oul
HOOKS AND EYES '.Irab qitii-K
at these black or white, spring
hooks and eyes, assorted fize.
' a limited quantity,
! Fourteenth precinc
. avea;:e. "
Fif'-fcenth precinct Peterson's car
tenter h-hop. 510 Forty-fifth street.
1 SixteeTith precinct 1340 Thirty
: eighth street.
Se verteenth precinct 13H4 Thirti
' eth street.
OS & LANDAEVR j
jn igffifflr r irst on
yi M I il V nien s
of Spring Clothes
The S. & L. is now showing
beautiful new Fashions in
:raae Glomes tor all mankind.
Many distinctive novelties are to be
seen here. The patterns are the pret
tiest we have shown for some time.
Every jxamimt is selected with a view of maintain
ing and increasing the S. & L. reputation for selling
clothes f a hotter 'jrade and at a greater actual econ
omy than any other house in this vicinity.
If youVe tired of your Fall Togs, anxious to get into
fresh new ones, you'll find a splendid variety here at any
price from $ 1 2J to $38-Specially attractive showings at
$ 1 8, $222 & $25
STYLE BOOK SENT ON REQUEST
Only the best here for you in Headwear and
ings, Stetson Hats $3.50 to $10; Manhatten Shirts,
$1.50 to $5; Interwoven Hose, 25c, 35c and 50c.
Souders Laundering company at 501
5C3 Twelfth street. Th.s laundry U
equipped with the very latest modern
mach.iiery. turning out work that Is
cct surpassed by any laundry ia the
YA'iiii the Free attachments you can
do hemming, felling, sewing on late,
I rench fells, embroidery work, tuck
iiij,. ruffling, shirring, quilting, darn
inp. braiding, etc. The Free is sold by
the Mill store.
Say! Why not get a box of Can
F.ert's Ajax chocolates today and try
them. We'll guarantee you will have :
to admit they are the best ever and
will be the kind you will want to eat
in the future.
KaiU & Ke.nburdt cigar store still
takes the lead. .Most liberally ratrou-
izri. Everything in tobacco, cgars
; and smokers' supplies. M;n is never
i better sat:6fied than wbm .-.niokins
, thei1 choice brands.
. 1. S. O'Kara, flour and feed io;e.
: is having a bip trade on s-tock ar.fi
poultry food. Dr. Hess' stcck food
; for horses, cuttle, uoa, seep aui-
a;I kind of io'j!try. It n:akes the
i.c-iis ia evry tiny.
Johnson's Wood Dy- is not a mere
stain not simply a surface dressing..
I It is a real, dcep seateo eye, that goes
to the very heart of the wood at-,
i etsya there fixing a rich and perm
I nent coior. Johnson's Wood 73y !
made In 14 standard shades. For sale
by Lerch & Greve. 2002-2004 Fourth
j The Rock Island Lumber and Man.i-
facturins company, lumber and buiid
j Ing material for all purposes, houses, :
bsrus, trrana'ie.. We will give you an i
i opportunity to save a bin per cent Let
i : be f service to you.
Think of these points about "The
Free:" It sews faster, runs lighter,
r.iokes a better stitch and is more
beautiful than any other sewing ma
chine on the market today. You can
see it at the Mill store.
Math's ;.8Keiy ana confecttonery
j store, the finest in the ri-cities. :
Bread, cakes, pies, cookies and hot
rolls. They can't be beaL Most peo-
I p'e say thy are superior to any home ',
j baking. Let them serve you.
j E. E. Lamp, p'umbDg, steam and
I hot water heating, gas fitting. His i
' efficient knowledge of the business
i Justly entitles him to your patronage,
i His shop has all modern equipments
j Everything in plumbing supplies,
i M. R. Iglehart, marble and granite
; works, save you the middleman's prot
, Its. From 15 to 25 per cent saved on
i every monument and all kins of mon
i u mental work. Call at our shop on
j Second avenue and see for yourself.
Good bread for breakfast is the best
possible preparation for the day's la
bor. No article of food s
many elements of nutrition
of life reaches perfection when Eaco
flour is used which from day to day
runs as even in quality as the earth
' in its orbit. Scld only by II. R. i?c
tles & Co., l?i6 Second avenue, the
: We are the leaaers ror up-tdate
94c I Qvtufc 3
ZkAX, 2f CV CL OA
WATER TUMBLERS. Blown lead
p'aFs water tumblers with neat
band design, the 75c a dozen kind.
set of six
NIGHT GOWNS omen s cam
bric gowns, lace and embroidery
trimmed, V and round neck or
jf.00 ones for
rVCAfc 5" ff CL OJLjj
TOOTH BRUSH Et- Imported
French tooth brushes. extrR fine
bristles, each in separate box, 25c
for these regularly, 1 E
" I 5" rv cl ouu.
CUAfc 5" ffz CL OLX
BROIDERIES. 25c values )
dainty, nainsook orset cover em
broideries, deej) embroidery and
a yard ....
WOMEN'S NECKWEAR Robes
pierre coliars with lace and net
jabot attachment, quite a selection
of 5lic ones. OGi
at half just OC
EMBROIDERED VOILES. Sheer
often wash fabric in dainty colors,
neat embroidered desipns. mc
values, at a
25 Dozen Mens Ties
Just for Saturday we will
sell full length, all silk, four
in-hand ties, in black
white and colors. .
BELT PINS To close quickly, an
assorted lot of jeweled belt pins.
pick from values as bih
as 75c for just
Clv&& 3 TL CL rOJLj,
WOMEN'S HAND BAGS War
ranted real leather, both walrus
and seal grain, assorted shapes,
a good $1.25 value
lvA& CL OA
BLEACHED M4J?L!N I'erfed
mill lengths of fu'l bleached mus
lin, medium and soft finish Ic
value, quantity limit,
Exceptional Hosiery Bargains Saturday
The Bargain Square offers some very attractive prices in mens
women's and children's hose for one day Saturday
These for Men
split f jot. cotton hose, 1 8c value.
:?.". Siik Lisle and cotton. '2 hose, in black and
colors, all sizes, Saturday only 23c
.'He Silk i hyse with slight imperfections, all
si7.es in black and colors. Saturday .' 33c
For Women and Children
Fine cotton hose with deep garter top and double
sole in black or tan, 25c values, slightly imper
fect, 2 pairs far 25c, each 13c
Fine seamless hose in black, with double top nnt
'sole, 10c values for 6
Children's seamless black ribbed hose, guaranteed
fast and stainless, 25c values, 2 pairs for 25c
THIS MAN'S $4.00 snoe
in two style toes, button
or lace effect, all sizes,
Satur-- tO QC
All children's high top
storm shoes now going at
WaJJ Paper Specials
THESE AT 10 O'CLOCK
AND ALL DAY IF THEY
One lot of kitchen tile block paper
including 6 rolls wall, 6 rolls cell
ing. 2) yards border, the room
lot for 50f
One lot of bedroom paper. Includ
ing S rolls wall. 6 rolls ceiling. 20
yard border, the room '.ot
One lot new gold parlor paper, 10
rolls wall. 6 rolls ceiling, 20 yards
border, the room lot for 95
Six patterns of washable tile
paper, at a roll 12
Remnant lots of all kinds of paoer
at special prices for Saturday.
THIS WOMAN'S $4.00
gunmetal calf shoe in all
sizes and widths, also the
same style except with
broader toe, offered Satur
day very (JQ Of-
laundry work. Each tfcirt finished!
by band and put up In a carton, insur-
lng work. Deliver -d to you in good ,
condition. We i:i"an'" no cracked j
coliars or cuffs. Cky Steam laundry.
Reid & Bollmac, k ceveateccia '
To supply every want to the best ad-
that the best values in thoroughly de
p'Ti'i &! ru;-" tcr.is are here. To
day we submit on another pajne bar
gain news that it would be the sheer-'.
est extravagance for the economically'
inclined person to disregard.
uTpr.tS -DR- MARQUIS WILL
SPEAK AT SUPPER;
Dr. W. S. Marquis will be the prin- i
(ipal speaker this evening at th" sup- ;
per whifh wiK be given by the mem
bers cf the South Park Bro'herhood in '
the basement of the church. It will be
the first meeting to be held in the i
new basement. The basement is th';!
result cf the diligent efforts of the '
men and b"ys cf the church who have ;
done all the excavation work then-;
Kh'ps. The men carried on the work j
in the evening and the boyg assiHted i
on Saturday. The excavation work j
Copper Stocks Decrease. j February shows a decrease of stock
New York. March 7. A statement of ) cm band of 8!)6,i:!4 puuri'lj compared
the CoppT Producers' association for , with the previous month.
vantage do your buying at H. R. Eat-' has been going on tor the past three;
ties & Co., the quality grocers. A months cr more and now that the job 1
lint? indulgence in careful, critical d ."-.e the men zni boys are beius
comnariEon will establish the fact . cencratuiated fcr a task well done. 1
ELIXlklt: Libm ' z
Ljgrit for all your buildings at any hour of the day or night.
No danger of fires or explosions from lamps or lantern:. No larrps to
clean and fill. And with all ils advantages
Electric Light Is Not Expensive
Burning all 50 ligh'-i of this system for 5 hours would
cn'y cost about 1 0 cents for fuel
oils. You would seldom burn all
iigliU at once hcace t!ii low coJ would be
mw.h rwliared. u give you full partic
u!r. Write foe Citalog r'o.CDll26
Fairbanks,Morse & Co.
SOO S. Wabash Ave. Chicz-go, Hi. .