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THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS
TUESDAY. MARCH IS. 1013.
BRYANS TO HAVE '
HOME IN TROPICS
Knox smartest hats for women Bernard and French styles,
Shoivn exclusively in the M. & K. new Millinery Department.
WOMAN DIRECTS THE
EMPLOYMENT OF MEN
It Is Being Built at Miami, Fla.
Place Is Discovered by
SnTOVDdd on three fides by a :
"dense tropica growth and fronting cm
beautiful Bincayne hay and the Atlaiv
tic ocean, two miles south of Miami,
WTiliajn Jennings Bryan 1b building a -'wlntw
bom. It It to be completed by
July 1, afcy. a dispatch to the New
'Tork World, and It !b the it-fnUon of
Mr. and Mrs Rryan to return early in
July and superintend moving into it.
The ite is the crest of a 20-foot
cliff, the or.ly cliff in ixia uy miles alor.g
In" shore, Th- shor. l.ri" is about
Sov.r rods from the cuff, and aloft? the
shore a subs'antia; s-a wall 1b Irf-mg
built of relnfor ed c onfr'it-. Hetweefc
the cliff and the shore flowering phr.rhs
will be planf-d
"I take no credit for finding this,
crve of the mop,' ;tiful sjio's I l.a-.e
e-r seen." said Mr Hrwiii "Mrs
Bryan found il. ami I am just trying
to Improve it a little under Mrs Rr
tn t direction. .She !k bos.- here, no I.
How did fhe find this place In the
dense Jungle My prs'.Htt-nt looking.
Fhe trami-d for tti il k u; and down
the con', climbing through brambles
and clambering over roi na. until she
found tils siit. and ii-n't Ir a pret-y
The greatest variety of Bub-tropi' al
verdure )b found fin the liryan esfa'e,
nature feerninfly hair.g mal" the e.
tii'- an experimental farm with most
everything from the stately "guml'O-
g '.-' '"''' ft' ' "ff''
', - &X-ih j
l'.inbo" tre-B. wl'h 'rur.ki" tuat look as
tlioii:b they had ' varn.t-in d. to 't i- ;
b'-ii utif jI wlnta::,i. prov.inc on the,
tract. Tt, growth , bo (it-Lac that i!
1st impoaalble for n Iran to penetra'- '
the forest wihojt artuln? himself
with an axe and carvit ? hln way h.s i
L tr(x-s. and tbl ti-H it if u I troath m
il !t ra-lve ic-Htide'sr ! ! n.r Jeff t ,
Mr Una" "for r a' r e ik tli- l,er
lai'dscaH- I'ard' ii'i. ::!:tT all ih said
and done ' ih v-ij f.
Kxtendin,c fi in the public road in
til" fr '.f the i n' it- to ttie buildiny
'! on ihf li'-n-t ,r 'in cliff ovi rlouk
Init Uf biiv. a ( a.;-if,.i Ol ive , a;i , !i
tewn fhro'ili ;!, I jres'. and a (luir
1X a rod in w:.l:!i rirn:nd the hoi.ite ;
hax le n rt.nd", hut Mr llrynn hat for i
bidden cutting down any more trees. ,
wtslitiig to r'-fa!n th- t;av e growth ilh
ll mixture r, muri- than o diff. rent
kindn A trees and hti uhs Nature has
toe' n h'-l d out i'' il .tmtitlicen by
th" i etti: p of nrani;. n.;t-ii;i ove. kuv
and o'ti'r tre . -he fruit from the wild
KlIkrrtH M. H
I.anor'e. In1'.. March 15. Because
of h'-r remarkable success In direct
In? the employment of 2.500 men in a j
loca.1 machine works, Dr Katherine '
M. H. Blackford has attracted the at- j
tention of larro employers Throughout 1
They haie t.een wonderine how It j
is that a woman has be.n able to sue- i
oeed at this mac's job. and to succeed
In a much bi??er way than most men j
have been able to do. Dr. Blackford
let the secret out In part at Chicago
Saturday, in an ad Iress before the
iWep-ern F'Oio'rii'" society.
"All Inefficiency Is the result of the
partial or total unfitness of men for
the'r work.' he said.
'ri r.v e fi'ness of any man for his
work -'i'-re are thre,- fundamental fac
tors: First, the job, second, the man;
third, the boi-s.
"Analysis of each will determine the
ripht job for the ripht man under the
"I'.y r.:,- analysis we determine the
standard req-rn nients cf the Job,
whti.er !t Ik tr.en'al or physical work.
in an executive subordinate position.!
and Jus' what tire the s'andard mental I
and physical rerj-j irements for its best
performance . j
'Hav'ni; analyzed the job. we next
find a man whose mental and physical
apMttides. traininj? and exierlence fit
the standard requirements of the Job
orange aud s tuiiiir ire. nn- . in
TMm Hrynn ho-ne will be a stately
tni'trre. r.nx'i i. Ii-i,;t of r' inforeed
concrete, sfucoed whit", with a r"l
t'.le roof. It will he one story h!:h,
w ith a power on e i h corner The
draft of the il-rns was n ad by Mrs
irnn. iso also -i.,,s 1 1 1 . - nanr for
t counttT lai.". Vil S' r-t.a. . retia
"bifiliK the Spiitii.-b fur wnn "Mown
tere we will he y-ren. . free from all
care," said Mr. liryan
Architecturally the house in beine
const rueied aiont; Spanish lines, with
a patio In th rear, the house heinp
built around thin on three sides. The
front entrauce will be from the ocean
Ide, a pergola extending the full
lenfth 'if the front levation. There
will also he an entrance from the rear
through the patio, and thin entrance
will probably le the most used, ub it
Tt is a law of nature, and also of
human nature, that the proper func
tion of anything whatsoever is deter
mare l by its texture, size, color, form,
strt-cture. consistency, proportions,
'and expression or use
"If Is 1 y the stuy of these external
' attribti" s that one is enabled to tie- i
te:i!:me t;:(. mental and physical!
.altitudes, experience and training of j
"flavins; analyzed the job for stan- j
dhid requirements, and having ana-
lyzed the man to determine hlB (juali-
I ficatiot.s. it befonie" necessary o as-i
' soeinte hoh thi j,' and the man with
fi-.e ! "ss w'. ;11 derive the most val- ,
ua' le results from tiiem. In a large !
' ntHr.nfact.uritii.' jilnnt employing about'
2,r.' men atid women we have ben '
1 doing this to tj.e beKt of oct abll ly '
' for six months. The results obtained,
are good, but as yet. fnr short of our
I "In one cae, for example, we re-
I moved an executive found by analysis
to be unfi for h's work, and chose one
acordirig to analygis who as especlal-
iy adapted to that particular kind of
work with the result that the d-nart-
wdll opn on the dnve The front eu-i tho p .T.,ltr, ,..
lng out practically twice as much
product as formerly at a saving in The
trance will open Into a room 6o feet I
long and 24 feet wide, this room to be
fllldej into ecjual thirds by pillars, the
tenter ctloo to be the reception
room, that ou the right fhe dining
Onhr -tilth KIRK'S
FLAKE (White) Soap
can you be sure to hare
your dothes-wash easier
and quicker and whiter
than ever before and at
the same time fed per
fectly sure that they are
not bein rotted with
chemicals and "dirt-etAiters."
Eq-aill-f effectiTe io cold or bot
water, with or without boiling
Order from your procer
today. Do it while
you think of it.
payroll of Jj4.B50.G0 a year."
room, and on the left the sitting room,
rn fhe roar will be the kitchen and
two bedroom a.
Tho four towers to be bttflt at. the
corners of The dwelling will be fitted
fet otjuaro. Between the two front
towers win bo a roof f ar-den. wbtle be
tween the aide tower will be bath
room asd. closets. The stairs will
lead tip from the pat!o, they and the
hails to be floored with bewrtlfol figur
ed Bprri8?i U whMi Mr. Bryan
bouxht la Oaoa. This tile Is strrposed
to bo -very old, barlcj been taken out
of an ancient palace In H arena.
6 Li r J:;:0 f ,
a ranter 1 mmwn
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You can choose here from the largest and finest showing of new styles in feminine outer-ap-p?rel
New suits, new coats, new dresses, with special emphasis directed to the beautiful dis
plays in our new millinery, corset, hosiery and underwear departments.
Women's Suits & Coats
The newest and smartest styles are first shown at the M. & K. We cordially invite your
approval of the largest and most complete collection of new spring suits and coats ever pre
sented to the tri-cities. Values most attractive, $9.95 to $45.
Stunning new spring styles In tailored suits for
women, misses and juniors suits in the newest
materials, Eponge, plain and striped. Cheviots,
French serges. Wide Wale Serges, Bedford Cords.
Wool Bengali nes. Imported Diagonals, Shadow
Shepherd Plaids Newest shades, brown, light and
dark grays, Copenhagen, black and
white checks and black Cnusual
values at $18 no to $45.00. Stylish
Easter suits, J2S.50 values at
New spring coat styles for women, misses and jun
iors Coats in new materials Eponge in Pastel
shades, striped and figured Eponge, checks, plaids,
stripes, black and white, brown and white, wool
bengaline-s, Bedfords, cheviots, serges in all the new
est shades, matchless showing of coats to meet
every demand of style, utility and
price. Special values at $9 35 to
$45.00. Stylish Easter coats, $29.50
k i -r-.-.x. a. k-tN :
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The Newest Creations in dresses for every summer occasion lovely Crepe de Chene
dresses in new shades Nell Rose, blue, taupe, Copenhagen, , attractively priced at
$19.95 to $75. Special Easter values at $25. Stylish Eponge dresses, new voil
dresses, new linen dresei $18 to $55. Unusual value in dresses at $18 and $19.95.
Easter styles in a beautiful showing Knox smartest hats, Bernard French
styles and a matchless display of millinery at moderate prices, $1.98 to $10
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s ir i fr.-er
stjles for girls,
little and big.
Be Sure to Visit Our New
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"Rock Island,! llj
Corsets shown only in the M. ? K. rvv
An experc corsetiere will fit you perfectly.
Corsets $1 to $35
HJWen to tt. tree, la & 30-foot wafer 1 "I7!! "? ""V0 "m mm
ui oi'o.a xor worn aone in a nai duiio-
forth Toiltt and Bath
Tower over a 40-foot well, and from
this pipe, are being laid throughout
tho Mtat. to safeguard aratait a poa
sfbl. dry semjcm. Mr. Bryan not being
long nough rernored from the arid
plalc. of Nebraska and the Rlrer
j riatte. which goes dry at certain sea
sons of the year, to get the idea of a
drought out of hla head. "It might get
very dry sometime.," he said, "and
j then I will be In a position to water
jrr.y trees and shrubs" The hotiae
will be piped for wafer throughout. It
i wi;i also be wired for electric lights,
'and a telephone wf!l of course be ln
The shore line of the Bryan estate
is 2e feet long, though the frontage
I on the public road to the rear is some
! greater. Along the public road a plo
turesoue Btone hedge ha been built.
imos,-.y through the personal effort cf
Mr l!ryan- who spent the greater part
of h'.s t'.m during the last three
months on the place. worVicg side by
side with the labors in his employ,
J w ielding the axe or shoTel with a wi:i
and Bettlnt; a worthy example To his
rren. who are making of the Bryan es
rve or.- of the show places of south
lng she owns. J. T. and S. R. Ken
worthy are Ae attorney, for the pe
titioner. The divorce suits are: Tena Brum
mach of Rock Tsland against Max E.
Bnimmaoh, charge, cruelty, plaintiff
seeks to regain ber maiden name, Tena
Johnson; attorney, J. K. Scott; and
Maude Waters of Molice against Al
bert Waters, charge, drunkenness, at
torneys. Williams & Ingelson.
and hot water heating that will tave cot surpassed by any laundry in the laundry work
Eah shift fi'ii.-iii-d
! jy hand and put up 1n a carton. Insur
for the popularity of ' Ine work. Delivered to vou in i?ood
Coil:n & Hammcrlck are readv to
give estimates and do all kinds of Iiat,lefi ea Blend coffee is that j condition. We guarantee nor cracked
carpenter work. Shop location. 1208 ; it8 "Be means better coffee and money , collars or cuffs. City Steam laundry.
Eighth avenue. Phone west 70. saved in the bargain. It means a con- ; Reid 4 Bollman, 417 Seventeetia
tinuous cofTee treat, for per pound, 21 i fctreet.
Beautiful lawn is the object of j ist
vain fc. ueincarat cigar store ttiu pride and constant admiration. At
taUs the lead. Most liberally patron.
Ired. Everything In tobacco, cigars
i .;u fuiuKtrs suppnei. aian is never , at 'Jc per pound; mixed !--.v u yrat
Mueller Lumber company wm en- better satisfied than when kmoking ; seed 15c per noun-l : white clover need
I Dunsmore & O'CocneM .mok. bouse j
' and billiard parlors, corner of Twen- i
: tleth street'and Fourth avenue. Every
I brand of good cigars and all kinds of
i smokers' supplies. j
Jolinbcn s Woe d Tyc- ts col a aicre
ftain not ti: .;iiy a surface drtMalnt.
It Is a real, dt -;j .-caiea aye. tuat gots
fo the very bin -i of the wood an-!
eteys there Ss..-f, t rich ami peric
Dent color, .lobtitic. Wood Dy, 'b
made in 14 standard : '"a. For aal.
L Greve, 2d . '- 1 Fourth
O'Hara's feed store is the pice to buy I
the cho.cest Kentucky blue grnvt-- seed
Thre. Suit. Filed.
1 Three suits were filed In the off.c.
cf fhe circuit clerk this morning .two
pertainir.iT to divorce proceedings and
tt.e third for a mechanic's l'en. In th
; la'ter. Arthur N. McNeill, plumber.
Advertisement., 1 ,
Boy a home of Reidy Broa.
For express, call Wir.lam Trefa.
Trl-City Towel Supply company.
Independent Express Co. West 981.
Kerler Rug company for vacuom
cleaning and rug making.
Our B B. .erg at 138 Is the best
' valu. ever offered. J. B. ZSmmer's I
Six per cent farm mortgage.. Lltten !
A Roberta. Peopl.'a National bank '
( Remember that Ralph Stantpn baa I
everything to make your friends, who '
Coal. coal. coal. The Rock Island !
Fuel company will deliver to you all j
the best grades of bard and soft coai.
Ward A McMahoo win give you
abl. you to bnlld a fine house or barn
out of the choicest select lumber and
yon will be surprised and yet pleased
to learn th. low prices they are mak
Souders Laundering company at C01
803 Twelfth afreet. This laundry 1
equipped with the very latest mod're
machinery, turning out work that is
T. S. O llara, 142o
M'ss K'itia Fiananan, ;.
answered proni.tly 'lay
I-horie wept V'.:i-X.-- f Adv.)
hat Mrs. Jessie Mae Pa-Jiaen ; estimate, on your plumbing, .team
. I M m Sk - BB- M 1
X. ti;n Pt&ziA
the.f choice brands. r,0c per pound.
The Rock Ialacd Lumtoer and Manu- ! Seventh avenue.
facturing company, lumber and build- i - .
Jug material for all purposes, houaea. ; 0O00CXiOCXXOOO50CC.OCOO0 rOOOCCCCCOOOCKXOOOOCKXo
" , fc'..c.a. Will . C JUU 1U
opportuiilty to sav a blf? per cent. Let i
us be of service to you.
Ma'h'e battery ana confectionery i
tore, the finest In the trlifjea. i
Bread, cakes, piss, cookies and hot
roils They can't be heat. Most peo- i
p!e szy itey are superior to any home
taking Let them serve you.
E. E. Lamp, prumning, steam and
hot water heating, gas fi:t-tg. His i
efficient knowledge cf the busin'se
Justiy entities him to your patronage
His shop has ail modern enuipoiems 1
Everything in plumbing supplies.
M. R. Igiehart, martote and granite
works, tav you the middleman's prot
its. From 15 to 25 per cent saved on ;
every monument and ail kinds of mon- J
umental work. Call at ocr shop on
Eecoud tvenue and stt for yourwlf. j
W. are the leauers lor up-rdat i
Grocery and Bakery
Will De Opened for Business
Tuesday, March 18,
Fresh goods, courteous treatment and
prompt delivery. Phone W. 569.
Corner 8th street and 3d Ave.