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THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS, FRIDAY, MARCH 14, 1913.
Best Clothes in America.
ClotAes or Zoung-Gendemen '
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New Spring Suits In Ready Your Inspection
Never have you seen clothes which have had the care and thought and life put into
them as those we are showing. They're the styles that look better on your back than
they do in the show window, and that's going some.
They are shaped along lines which young men cannot overlook, undervalue nor
forget. The finest tailoring in America gives them poise and perfection. Quality is ever
We are here to serve and satisfy you and we want you to come in and look over
these special patterns of Atlantic Blues, Sunray Tans, Battleship Grays at any price you want to pay in
"L" System and Adler-Rochester Makes
Spring Patterns in
Manhattan and Emery
Shirts "Now on Display
Cotton, lisle and silk.
25c, 35c and 50c
just Keccivea a onipment or '"" v '.1 fl pi r
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Easter Leather Noveltiei
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Stetson, Imperial, Tween
Soft and stiff hats. Newest styles
New Line of
$5.00 to $25.on
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I. C. B. A. RAISES
Dues Are Increased from $3 to
$5 at Special Meeting Held
CLUB SELF SUSTAINING
Over $600 Expended for Improvement
Last Year Work to Be
With an Idea of making the Inland
City Homing association self-sustaining
lis far as possible and to permit of
prcater expansion, the due were ra'.s
imI from $3 to to a year at a special
meeting railed last evening for the
purpose, of considering the proposition
i f increasing the membership fees.
The Mte was unanimous.
In tin- pust the locul boat club has
l ti put to the necessity of appealing
fur aid from the local merchants from
t:tnc to time, this measure heftig nec
essary because the dues were inade
rji'ate to meet the current expenses.
With the increased membership fee, I
th organization will be enabled to put !
aside a small sum yearly towards the j
erec'iou of a new club house in the
Extensive improvements are plan-'
ne.1 for the coming season. marine
railway will he installed for taking
boats out of the water and for launch- I
lng same. The foats will be oerhauI
ed anil repaired. New lavatories will
b" placed in the club house and it is
also planned to secure city water if
the commission will permit of a pipe
being extended from Kirst avenue.
Last year over $6e0 was expended,
niost of this sum being devoted to the
park project. With the increased dues
this work can be pushed to completion
and numerous other advances made.
The boat ire association now boasts a
membership of over 200.
CUBS WIN THREE
TILTS IN SERIES
Kitty PS 144
Van Hecke 120 m
Oberg 133 132
Moline Club Also Hangs Up j mns
Clean Sweep Victory Muel
ler High With 583.
P. W. L. Pet.
Ml UP-HILL FIGHT
M. C. A., and the work was begun. of the allotted time every member of
Since tile first Sunday, however, but '"w com in it too was e-ithr to personally
$3,000 has been raised, making the. 1 s"Ilrit sub rlp! ions or pay his dally
total at present. $8,000. This leaves lnU'ih cUuTh Uitul- Th"
i uorkTs will also mako a strong ef
$..00" to b subscribed for before frt ,,.,., Kaster on to April 1 In the
April 1, when the, campaign closes. , endeavor to raise ,ho full $13,000
The general committee in charge of
Cuba 69 47 22
Piow City 69 44 25
Moline 69 39 30
Bachelor 69 88 31
( rob Country 69 21 48
Stock leaders 69 18 51
Totals Mo 911 7S'j
I Stouffer 172 147
i Churchill 153 14'i
I Wilson 174 13!
; Thorngren 148 150
j Iiooahue 162 170
Da.venport German-Americans j " eanvass at a meeting Wednesday
Holding Out Against New
night, deeidtwi that on the last day-
the news all the time Th
Totals 811 766 876 2.453
TWO GAMES IN POOL
Two giuiies in the pool tournanien:
a- the I.emptert cert s'ore were plac
ed off Jas' night. A. .1. Henson i5i
lU-fea'ed Clark Mean (75i by a score
of to 35. and I. A Diliavou i1m'i
won from Williamson if'M by a score
of l"n -, i,r. A considranle Ealiery
watched the contest and interest in
.'ie tourn.-'y eros f-arti day.
i ne joys ara once more piayine i linDCirCUnCDC Tfl
tag in the Cub camp as the result i nUllO tOMU tllO IU
of tiie grand three game victory which
th ponnajit winners hung up last
evening in the Tri-City Bowling league
series. The victors haaded out a nice
1 singe to the Crosa Country squad in
the first game, following that up with
, an a la trim m the eecond. making
their coup de grace In the third when
: They cinched the game by 175 pins.
) The clubs met on the Harms alleys.
! The Moline club also cut a few cap-
ers on the Moline alleys where thev
Few Doses Gives Relief, Helps Life
less Organs Regain Heaith,
Strength and Activity.
A pure, Grape cream of tartar baking
powder Makes Food More De
licious and Wholesome No
Alum No Phosphates
Care mast be taken to keep Alum from the Food
Prof. Alonio Clark, of New York : "A substance (alum)
which can derange the stomach should not be tolerated in
Prof. S. V. Johnson. Yale College: "I regard their (alum
and soluble a'.aniiua salt) introduction into baking powders as
most dangerous to health."
Read the Label on the can. Unless it shows a cream
of tartar ingredient don't buy the powder
A lart-e de'egatiou of horsf slnn i s
from Rock Island and Moline wiii
to Davenport next Sunday aftt-rm. '. '
in acceptance of an invitation to ;:t-
Lend a banquet and smoker which w; l
be given by the Master Horsesho rs
Protective association of that ci'y ;it
the Turner hall. Over i5n are fx'u-r -d
to attend the Sianquft from tile t ri- '
cities. Addresses will be delivered lv
tteral prominent speakers, and the
look all three tilts from the Stock ; committee on arrangements has sev-;
Leaders In decisive style. The Plow eral entertaining t-tunts to spring at'
City squad played in hard luck last; the dinner.
evtnir.g. '.osing two game to the!
Lerhelors on the St. Julien alleys.
Mueller of the Bachelor club slf.aimed
the pins for the bigjest score of the
ser:fe. that of 583. Art Salzmann of
the Cubs and Wooten of the Moline
, team were also on the high average
liBf Art secured an average of 642.
while Wooten rang the bell for 541.
The scores follow:
J Wich 151 200
Ancient history is playing no small
part in the attempt of St. Paul's Eng
lish Lutheran church in Davenport to
raise $l.Viiji, with which to pay off
tin ;!c5t of that amount incurred when
the present church building was erect
ed seeral years ago.
it will be remembered that Dr. W.
H. 15 am ke. pastor of the church, is I
a ' ( i president of the Davenport Civic i It is useless, dangerous, and unnec
federation. . essary to be tortured with the diguing,
Dr. H!ancke, as head of the Civic twisting pains of backache and rheu
ferit ration, naturally incurred the en- iiiatism, or suffer with disagreeable
in it y of the saloon eienient wlose , kidney and bladder disorders any
ideas, in turn, are followed by part of i longer.
'he Cerman-Americans of Davenport. ! The new discovery, Croxone, pio
S'. I'aiil's church, on the other hand. vides a remedy which every sufter- r
would naturally find Its chief sup-; can now depend upon to promptly and
porers-- aim ng the Germans, and the j surely relieve all such misery and
c'.t.ain of large numbers of these bring about a speedy cure.
i;'. iniifle the debt-raising campaign I Croxone cures thes" troub'es be
a difficult fine. i cause ii quickly overcomes the very
The catnpaign was begun Feb. 16. Icaue of the disease. It soaks riglr
v hep congregation of the church inio the stopped up, inactive kidnes.
PUTS AN END TO BACKACHE
QUICKLY CURES WEAK KIDNEYS
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5 ouo at one Sunday meeting. Mhroupn the membranes and linings;
ees to canvass The town were .' cleans out ihe little filter'ns glaMls;
t that t ime, campaigning head- j n in rallzes and dissolves ine poison
ous uric acid and makes the kidne
filter and sift from the blood all the
waste and poisonous matter that clog
the system and cause such troubles.
I It d'.ea not matter whether you have
' but slijrin s iiiptoins or the most chrou-
ic, aggreva'cd rasn of kidney, bladder
I trouble, or rheuiiiatisiu that It la pos
sil) : to imagine, for the very princi
ple of Cn M.i.e i.s su. :i that It Is prac
;tii;..lly itiipi.hi'ibli- to iak it into tho
hun;;'ii svstein itlriiM resul's.
i Vim w ill tiiu! it different from all
ni her remedies. Tin re iH nothing else
'on i.jir'h Ike ii. Ii staris to work
U.e nr'nu'e ou lake it and relieves
' you the rirst ti'ne ; i ii um it, and all
t h ( mi.-ery and : ; i i :" - j ing tint with
M i )l t -inilees e l l.
i You iati secure an nrl'nal package
if Crc.M ne from atiy first class lru?-.
;i.ist. .'. i drwi are authoi t;;i"l to
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Wiiaon . .
. .. 138 16S
... 1T6 16R
... 170 181
Totals 776 873 S9 2.549
H. Wich 155 140 179 474
K. Wich 158 155 137 450
H. Winkler 167 190 ICS 465
Joe Wich 175 155 176 506
Henry Wich 139 124 263
F. Wich 112 112
Totals 767 779 724 2.270
Freedean 164 170 171 505
Wcoten 184 182 165 Ml
Holm 168 169 147 4M
Swenson 168 166 147 41
Graflucd. 164 159 140 463
Tota'.s 848 856 770 2.474
Johns - 117 117 74 SvS
Schwccke 126 ls2 126 434
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1 HW. eNMfe We have moved this department from the JiJM ih 1
mFifth Floor Down to the Third Floor ff
'.t -I M.,re !ht t rA
1 1 new location bet:
(hecrful surrci-r.d'nus of tfc Drs :ery, Uurtain and Rug floor makes this
in every way for the showing of our Wall Paper.
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urday tnd every day, all of next week, we will offer:
All orders sold by
Bargains in Wall Paper, suitable for each room in the house. These re-
5 duced prices g-o into effect as an introductory sale, introducing you to our
New Location Third Floor, Wail Paper Department.
First class hangers