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THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS. MONDAY, MARCH 10, 1013.
BEGINS APRIL 1'
jour new spring ginghams is The Mill
1 Biz per cent farm mortgage. Lltten
Roberta. People's National hank
Remember that Ralph Stanton baa
everything to make your friends, who
Sunday Schools to Commence ut Co1Um a Hammerich figure on
Effort to Reach "Front Line" i your carpenter work. They are prompt
and reliable. Phone West 790.
CoaL coal. coJ. The Rock Island
, Fuel company will deliver to you all I
me onicr or tn Kock is, ana Loun-; loe test grades of hard and soft coat
.r u,.u, ociiuoi a.M.-.Buon Di- Top ri0lcner C0tee that's Chase
uraay nient ana it wa aeciaea to '
make a thoroujrh survey of all th i
Sjndav schools of t-. county. The!
Class by May.
time set for thp accomplishment of
this survey li April 1. It includes the
securing of statistic, covering every
phase of Sunday school work, and will
ij conducted throws!" oit the country
districts by the township officers, and
in the cities the rar.vass will be look
ed afer by the county officers. Each
cf the superintendents of the Bun-
and Sauborn's. Try it and be con
vinced, for sale at The Mill Store.
Ward & JIcMahoa wrn give you
estimates on your plumbing, steam
and hot water beating that will savt
The place to buy your 'groceries,
hardware, dry goods, shoes and men's
furnishings is at The Mill Store, 300
302 Fourth avenue.
Dunsmore O'Connen smoke bouse
day schools of the county will be i and billiard parlors, corner of Twen-
asked to furnish figures in behalf of
Tt is believed by the county officers
that this survey wi'l aid materially in
Pacini? Rock Island county in the
"front line" class. It will be remem
bered that at the January meeting of
the officers It was decided that with
a fair decree of hustling, this, the top
rar.k in the state, could be reached. A
senee of local pride as well as a de
sire to do the best possible work,
should prompt every officer of a Sun
day school to plve whatever aid he
( -ip to those 1n charge of this survey.
The result of these efforts to gain the j
"front line" will be reported at the i
state convention to be held at Beards
town, May 13-15.
Those present at Saturday's meet
lnr were John H. Hanbers:. president
of the association; Miss Claire Van
Calder. secretary; S. H. Montgomery,
f'f Mollne. of the executive committee;
Mrs. H. E. Sudlow, elementary super
intendent; H. R. Stuart, secondary su
perintendent; Mrs. N. P. Tueker.V
home department; H. E. VanDuier.
teacher training, and Louis D. Hau
berg of Hillsdale, president of the
upper end district.
Buy a home of Retdy Bros,
For express, call William Trefs.
Trl-City Towel Supply coitpany.
Independent Express Co. West 981.
Kerler Rug company for vacuum
cleaning and rug making.
Our B. B. aerge at 133 Is the best
value ever offered. J. B. Zlmmer'a
l"n't foriret that the place to buy
hook. "The K"Hi ". !lville, ' In pkgs
"There's s Hesfon."
Ever reJd the sbove lenerf A new
ere appears from time to time. They
nre genuine, true, and full of human
tleth street and Fourth avenue. Every
brand of good cigars and all kinds of I
Mueller Lumber company win en
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 Bonders Laundering company at 601
(03 Twelfth street. This laundry If
equipped with the very latest modern
machinery, turning out work that Is I
not surpassed by any laundry In the
Say! Why not get a box of Gan-
sert'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 j
In the future. j
Kain Sc Relnhardt cigar store still
takes the lead. Most liberally patron
ised. Everything in tobacco, cigars I
and smokers' supplies. Man Is never j
better satisfied than when smoking
their choice brands.
T. 8. O'Rara, flour and feed store,
Is having a big trade on stock and
poultry food. Dr. Hess' stock food
for horses, cattle, hogs, sheep and
all kind sof poultry. It makes the
hens lay every day.
The Rock Island Lumber and Manu
facturing company, lumber and build
ing material for ail purposes, houses,
barns, granaries. We will give you an
opportunity to save a big per cent. Let
us be of service to you.
Math's basery ana confectionery !
store, the finest in the tri-atles.
Bread, cakes, piss, cookies and hot
rolls. Tbey can't be beat. Most peo
ple sey ihey are superior to any home
taking. Let them serve you. j
E. E. Lamp, plumbing, steam and
hot water heating, gas filling. Ills i
efficient knowledge of the business
i-istly entitles him to your patronage, j
i Ills sbop has all modern equipments I
' Everything In plumbing supplies.
M. R. Iglehart, niarste and granite
, jcorks. save you the middleman's pro!-!
i Its. From 15 to 25 per cent saved on '
i every monument and all Kinis of mon
j uniental work. Call at our shop oo
Second Lvenue and see for yourself.
I The "Quicker Vet" washer is built
upon the riinn princ;p.e a principle
that enables it to start caay, to oper
ate easy, and to accomplish great J
results. You can buy the "Quicker i
Yet," lth hand and water power,
at The Mill Store.
We are the leaders for up-?j-date
.sundry work. Each eli.it fi'iUhed
'))- band and put up In a larion. lnsur- ,
r. work. Delivered to you in good
i ootid it. on Wo fuarantee ao cracked
collars or cuffs. Ciiy Steam laundry.
Reifj i Uollman, 417 Seventeenth
; I''b almost time to think about your I
, spring house cle:uii:ig, ,ind you will ;
1 be sure to wa'.t to varnish up your i
floors mid woodwork. Tin very best
I varnioli you ran buy is CbiNamel. We
! have it in coiors and e'ear varnish.
The Mill Store. .
i Johnson's Wood T)i;. t en' . pre
and a smalt , lJl.Bnot 6llupu. s aljTU..v wsaim..
It Is a real, deep-eatta ay.-, id&i gor
to the very heart of the wooc at
stays there fixing a rich and perm a
Bent color. Johnson's Wood J)y is
... m. A I . J - L. .1 . .. 1
Without Overloading the Stomach.
i li business man. ejei iaily. need
f ""l m the morning tiiat will not over
1' il l Mm stomach, but gie mental ig
t r fur the day.
.Much il'Mrida on the starti a man
f ; h liny. a to how he may ex
j. 1 1 to a' omi p'.isli tl'' work oti hand.
He r.-.n t l-e ali-rt. with a heavy,
fi ii il meat and potatoes breakfast re
quiring a lot of vital energy in digest
A Cnltfornhi t'itnss nin tried to
Mid otii- food combination that would
nut f.W'rloa I the stomach in the morn
i w Im that would produce energy.
ll' r: t'
"For years I was unsble to find a
I reni.fas' f'io, 'hat had nutrition
ttiouli to hi-taiti a buniuees man
without o.t loading his stomach, caus
li.K indii: ft'on and kliidri'd ailments.
"lu-ituv a vtv busy nnd also a very
nervous i' au. I fl cliicd to give uji
b:n;,!;-' ,i'"ijf-li'-r But luckily 1
v !'! 'o f" tlrtife Nuts
.'!. . , :i' I'.ct n i:r I hive been a
rv p. f-an nrk wi'hout tiring,
my l.'wl is r'.ear and my nerves strong
"I find four teaspoonfuls of Grap-
s .1 h one of miuar
i-iai .'i of cold imlk. is d.jliclous as
tin' . r.-n I .ht-t of tht morning niesl.
sil l i:i . k t p t ? me fi.r the day's busi
l.es " Nau:.' ni.tii !y Postum Co.,
ll't fre,. i iii. Head the lrctie i n,.,!- in 14 gtandard shades.
by Lerrb A Greve, 2u02-2004
i'i ajpearance the "Quicker Yet"
, i rue of the neatest ar.d most attrac-
ttve washing machines on the market.
It is distinctively different. Not a
large, heavy, cumbersome affair hard
to move without be;p; not covered
.l over the top with cogs, rachets,
cams, levers, etc., but Just a plain,
neat, little machine, that doss the
work easier and in ss time than any
o'her. You can sea this machine at
The Mil! Store.
We Are j
j Always J
j Pleased .
to have you come In
and have your eyes
examined. It costs
nothing and perhaps
we can save you some
No case too compli
cated for us to cor
rect. ! RAHSER'S SONS
IS NO BLAME FOR
DEATH IN ASYLUM
Report on State Inquiry Ab
solves Officials at Kankakee
Springfield, 111., March 10. "Death 1
from natural causes" is the decision
of the state board of administration
and the state board of charities in the
case of patient Carl Hoist, who died
suddenly at the Kankakee state hos
pital last Wednefday.
Frank P. Whipp. representing the
state board of administration and A.
L. Rowen. representing the state
board of charities, completed their re
port last night, after en exhaustive !n-'
quiry. The report exonerates the man
agement of the Kankr.kee hospital and
ail attaches from blame for the death,
of Mr. Hoist
The investigation was caused by a
strong demand for the facta from Ford
Young & McCombs Co-Operative Store Co.
Do you want to knozv
what it means to ozvtt a
? jeweiry uept ""
Try Rock Island First
The painters have finish
ed enameling the ceiling
of the second floor.
Thousands have waited for the authoritative word that will set the seal of approval on the season's Hats.
the comparisoning will begin in earnest.
Women's Suits and Coats
Over and over merchants are asked: "How's busi
ness?" and from every one comes the same reply:
"Oh, there's nothing going on; the weather was too
warm in February and is too blustering now." And
yet our business this year is increasing more than ever
There can only be one reason we are doing it
Originality has something to do with
it. We go to New York and bring (
back styles that are criminal. We use I
more care than ever. We have a dou
ble system of inspection this year
which we haven't had before, liesidc-g
havins the makers inspect the goods
be'orp they are sent.
People come to us arid say: "Oh
why tlon't the stjres kepp this or
that; so and so has no long coats."
Another: "You catiit get dresses
anywhere but here." So it goes.
V'e anticipated a big season and
laid in stocks accordingly.
Besides our great "Wool ten" line of
Suits we have brought from New York
an assortment suitable for every dis
criminating taste. Prices are from
$12.50 to $40.
In all the latest models, are now
ready for your approval, in our great
Coat Section on the Second Floor. The
snappy three-quarter models, the chic
seven-elgths styles have met with in
stant success. These are in all the
popular new materials eponge, im
ported novelty cloths, serge, black and
white checks and ratine. Note the
brocaded linings, the Persian trim
mings, the beautiful buttons. Qual
itv. fit and workmanship guaranteed.
Priced $6.50 to $32.50.
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New Hats Copies of Paris Styles
Fashion can speak with no higher authority than
when she voices her dicta through these direct copies of
creations of Caroline Reabeaux, Lewis, Virot, Camilla
Roger, Blum, Boyer and the other Paris modistes
whose handiwork is inspired direct from Fashion's in
ner sanctum. Hats, directly copied from the best cre
ations of all these Paris notables are here. Joined to
the foreign collection is a notablt
The leading American design
ers have contributed to the
magnificent exhibition hun
dreds of Hats, including the
ones from our own workrooms.
Dainty Hats tor Children
Beautiful and soft and child
like just what women have
dreamed of for children and
never been able to find before.
Most of them are small Hats
but also will be seen big Hats,
very picturesque, yet with that
indefinable something that is so
rarely seen in children's Hats
extreme simplicity, linked with
thp picturesque. WELCOME.
Our dainty undermuslins are ready
for your inspection. We have a com
plete line of slip-over Night Gowns,
long sleeved Gowns, Princess Slips,
Combinations and Marcella Drawers,
made of cotton crepe, silk crepe, nain
sook and cambric with dainty torchon
cluny lace and some have beau
tiful French band embroidery on thpm.
Prices to suit every one, 4 9c 98c
$1.60, $2.50, $4.50 to $7'.50. '
CO-OPERATIVE STORE CO., ROCK ISLAND
A fullv equipped Parcel Post Mail. Order Department ready to serve you Try the new way
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eounty. where patient Hoist lived,
when committed to the Kankakee hos-;
pital. There had been a coroner's in-!
quest at Kankakee, but when the body!
was returned to Paxton, It was discov.
ered by his son. that a' rib w as broken, ;
that the body was badly bruised and
an fnvestigation was demanded by the '
state's attorney of Ford county.
The jo.nt statement of Mr. W'nirp
and of Mr. Bowea, as made last night
is as follows:
' The coroner of Kankakee county
held an inqueit. following an autopsy
and reported that death was due te
hemorrhage and 'exonerated the hos
pital employes of all blame. The same
evening the patient's son and State's
Attorney Wylie of Ford county called
upon States Attorney Dyer of Kan
kakee county and in company with
some physicians examined the body
and took several flashlight photo
graphs. "The ca6e was reported to the state
authorities by the superintendent
Wednesday evening, and F. D. Whipp,
representing the board of administra
tion, and A. L. Bowen, the state chari
t:es commission, went at once to Kan-
ikakee and Thursday conducted an in
vestigation. Mr. iJyer as present and
1 assisted in examining witnesses.
James H. Burdette and William B.
Moulton of the state civil EPrvice com
mission, being hi 'he institution on
f other business, sat in the inquiry.
"It w-as testified by all that the pa
tient would not remain in bed, was in
the habit of getting cu top of his bed
and walking from one bed to another.
: In cottage three he was in a high hos-
' pital bed. with wood side boards. He
frequently roiled across those boards
i and wandered about the ward.
, rr. H. D. Singer, director of the
j State Psychopathic institute, conduct-
ed the autopsy, and testified that the
discolored areas on the face were due,
' without question, to spontaneous hern
j orrhages, or purpura, and not to any
; injury or Mow.
i "Several red, rough areas about the
' knees and on the ankles, he said, no
doubt were caused by friction when
I the Datient. In his restlessness, rubbed
those spots under the bed clothing."
allow the molester of homes to go free
were rebuked in stinging terras by
Judge latshaw of the criminal court
In sentencing Jack Morton, an actor,
to four years in th penitentiary for
frit icing a 15- ear-old telephone girl
Kansas City, Mo. Courts that pun
ish burglars and horse thieves and
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