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THE KOCK ISLAND ARGUS, TUESDAY, rATCCTT 18. lm.T
WHY NOT 9
KC is pure. KC is health
ful. It really does make
lighter, nicer biscuits, cakes
and pastry than the old
fashioned single acting
And you pay only a fair price "for it.
No baking powder should sell for more.
Problems Confronting Teacher,
Editor and Statesman Are
Discussed at Augustana.
Order That Spring Suit Now
(Pay I's an Honest Price,
S22 to $10)
Illinois Theater Building -
Exclusive Local Dealer in Fine
Clothes tTaiIored to Orderby
Ed. V. Price & Co., Chicago
Illinois Theatre Building.
This is the season when nearly
everybody wants building up
and vitalizing. Pure olive oil,
, besides being a highly invigorat-
Thomas" Brook Fletcher, probably ing food, furnishes the lubricant ;
the most powerful and forceful dramat- the body so much needs ; cleans- j
1c orator to appear on the Augus'ana I jEg an(j healing and stimulating
lyceum in recent year, lectured last ! the direstive System. We urge
th Buhiet -Th M.rtvrdom nf Fo.,u i the use of Cresca French Olive
For a period of two whole hours the Oil," the production of which is
speaker carried his audience from the .1!rrnnTiHpH hv an.nita.rv mife-
g-jards and which is the purest
and most wholesome in the
world, on expert authority. In
bottles 35c, 60c and $1.15.
Grape Juice is rich in tonic
properties, supplying vitality
For This Heavy Steel Bed
MATTRESS and SPRINGS
TERMS: $1.00 CASH, $1.00 MONTHLY
r - 23 E J
very lowest depth to the highest pin
nacle of the human emotions, and from
the very beginning to the finish he
was complete master of the entire sit
uation. Mr. Flc'cher is cshting for
social reform and in his lecture treats
I with the mooem problems which con
front the preacher, the teacher, the
lute sincerity and the strength of his j .wany persons tase
conviction in believing in what he : two Or more tablespoons of
preaches jrain him th tntire confl- J Qlive qU jn Grape Juice We
dence of his hearers. His sayings are , T , r
pithy and terse and are always to ; have Welch s at 25c and 45c
the point. Fr instance. 'Publicity is j the "bottle.
the remedv for everything on this
earth." "The man who is cocsciou.-,
wrong:, but !s fighting for his own indi
vidual gain, is a moral coward." and
"We eventually come to look like that
thing about which we think the most."
"We learn something from every fool
e meet." In the course of his speech
he paid a high tribute to that well
known American, Judge Ben B. I.ind
sey of Denver, placing him before the
I eyes of his younger hearers as a wor
i thy example to emulate. The speak
er related some of his experience as
an editor cm a lars daily in an Ohio
town and in a forceful manner re
: vealed the many tempting offers plac
I e.d before a man m life if he will bar
' ter away hie manhood. "The world
; needs men of Christian character with i
l r 1 1 w v tarn. i r ii. m i ii ii wsd ur u ivimh' i m
1 1 Battles
1806 SECOND AVENUE
Is made with extra heavy steel post f 2 inch" with 5
heavy fillers, has beatitifully ornamented corners
comes either in full or size, either while or Ver
nis Martin finish. .
The spring we furnish with this outfit !s all steel
construction, has resilient woven wire top. stretched
over heavy angle 6teel rails and is supported with
The mattress is made of a pood grade of ticking,
has a soft felt top, is as well made as a mattress of
this grade is ever made, insuring very long service.
The Price and Terms
We wonld be justified in asking you to pay cash for
this outfit considering the very low price we have
put upon it. but we prefer to sell it on the terms
we advertise it $1.00 cash, Jl.Ou monthly.
BUY IT OF FRANC-PUT THE SAVING IN THE BANK
$85 OF PROCEEDS
The lulies' auxiliary of the Kagles
realized the neat sura of $o in the
hilling of Ik lieu for bo'h perform
linrea vesterday of the "Pink Widow"
at the Umpire. Manager IkI1 allnw
the ladles r 1 1 per cent nu nil the itu
cellt til ke'b U)- d hposed of. Big
H'ldieixeH greeted the lna'.tiee mid
evening performances yesterday as 'he
remiit f t!ie ladies' efforts in the
of the plan, the pupils being told in
advance that once in six weeks they
would have such a test upon the words
which they had studied.
In accordance with that plan. Super
power to fight the battles of righte- i mtenaent h. a. Hayden will prepare
(ictif.Li. l .r . i. - tv. .--(.. -.iv . .. i j j .
i auiii.ii y "'"lousnesp and vou voung college men t uu uui next week mursdav a
utilise tiLe proceeds derived from the ; arp called upon to solve the gigani ic 1 Hst of 25 words for the third grade.
snows to print its ritual ana by-iawg. : problems which confront this nation." j 0 words for the fourth grade,
The speaker vividly painted the pres- ! words for the fifth grade, 75 words
i ent conditions under our highlv devel-! fr the sixth grade, and 100 words
oped industrial svstem and meat ' fcr seventh and eighth grade classes.
The Little Princess Four Room Outfit
Qualms of Conscience.
H. ('. Reedy of the Five and Ten
Cent s'ore of .Mollne today received j graphically illustrated the 2oth cen- ' This test will be given Friday morn-j
a dime through mail from one who ' ,ur' metnon or martyring a man wuo . -n-u -o. in an scnuui rooms
has the courage of his own convic- ' designated. Jhe teachers will examine
f-u.:t he had !fifrer1 an firtirv worth
that amount some two years ago while 'ionsln akln and writing what be
hiiuwi to me iruui, proviuea or
cours1 that the utte,runce interferes
wiih the progress of the commercial
Mr. Fletchf-r, however, is more op
timistic than ane would suppose and
in the Mol.ne More and who averred
further i ti a t he was conscience strick
en. The envelope was postmarked and
mailed from Kock Island.
i . sire L - . '.v-r
' on several occasions gave
the papers, note the number of words
spelled correctly, and report to the
office the percentage of correctness
attained by the pupils in each class,
and the principal will make a con
solidated report showing the percent
age of correctness in each room and
utterance i ln 'he building, l he cniiaren nave
to his belief that the world is rapidly
growing better, giving ample proof for
, The wonderful poer exercised bv
been taking a new interest in their
spelling work since this plan was put
in operation and it is the hope of the
school authorities that it wil". increase
so JixjKZ?:z. caiM li t' j sit' i 1 m rvwcass tsaii'vcx
.", TflL s Mnt.r. nnd rhildrcn nped iurt such a rich, nour
-. ' x , slung lood u Knii.1 I cli tuenj. Fiivbicians pre
.iriir -t lor urowmit rlnUI't-n .t"J icunil n othrrs.
It roflr anU otlir dru.ks becautc t's a lood - wc.l a
VAN HOUTEN S
f rco of this man's ma;r.c personality 1 the proficiency of 'he pupils 111 this
ou rrM hr hvrr to v- Kona'Uulrli i.
Kntia l l:;lle HI li. Il.inrt bv ''! IJlIlrh pr.j t
niu h r irnri . Rinoi'llirr. I' ncr. 1 arh s: v nl tli sir'rr;;
ing. hmilli'ul lood Jrmk i iuothl:g n n u .i'.mg.
Aurl :t . . 'mm r (htm uoiiienc . oca h ''
tvv.rr an lar A iSt un inaMMcuH..
10c itnu V.
C.J.VAN HCUTEN r ZOON Wwr HoUi.
.Kui.iW s V."a'os'n A-.e , I 1'.: m.
i as such as has been feit bv an Aueus-
t 'ana audience on but few occasions
i and his perfect mastery of the lan-
K'it:;'e combined v. iih the power of de
; livery and originality of thought con
i firrpiri his title as one of the foremost
' seakers on the lyceum platform
! TO DEFEATURED
Principals of Public Schools
i Arrange Plan for Improv
j ing Useful Art.
important line of work.
This outfit consists of all the furniture needed to comfortably and tastefully furnish a
parlor and Kitchen from the covering for the floor to the pictures on the wall. We show
our second floor. If you are going to housekeeping don fail to see the Uttlo Princess.
bed room, dinine room
it roniplo'ely set up, OH
Ave yov. ready to jon
ter throujr arid keep
eise ?n:i graee, cor.se
you are Iking- in
slyish good look
ing shoes? I';ay
we shew you some
thing ery eho'ce
ir JFrir'g footwear?
step wnh VS A'i'A
At a meeting of the public schoo'.
principals yesterday afternoon plans '
were uiade for holding a test in spell- i
ii'g in a;l 'he rooms i 1 the c.ty schools 1
f third grade ait'i ll'giier. For Hie '
past six weeks the different classes
have !em working on the new pi n in ,
their datiy work in spelling. The
Plan r: .s:s-ieri essentially in givirrt i:i
ea: h d-iy's I' sson in spelling a limited
number of new words and reie-A-ng
the wrrds of the day before and sever.
al words selected by i he teacher from
past lessens. The test, which is to be
held nex week is also a definite par'
j No trace has been found by the j
police of the early morning maurader j
j w ho attempted 10 burglarize the resi- j
j dence cf Airs. Sarah Crubaugh, fttll i
Third avenue. Monday. William Cm- j
I haugh was awakened at 1 o'clock by i
j the presence of a masked man. w ho I
! was in the act of sar-hi;iji his trous- j
' ers. The burglar fled 'n his stocking i
: fe t. when tile discovery was made.
The telephone wires had been cut.
thus preventing communication with
'he police station, and Mr. t'rubaugh
I notified 'he authorities by using Hie
phone of a neighbor.
IVe prepay freiirlit on
ill out of town or.
S mm imnm-
i b i rr n am i mv v ss or r
WlfllllMH ! HII ilitlllllllli I hill IIMIWWIMHIIIIH tfr
Store open Meilnes
tiny and Siilurdaj
New Way Corn Cure.
GETS-IT, Quick. Sure!
Hon If Makr ( nrna nnlh.
WE'VE SHOES FOR MEN. WO
MEN. BOYS. GIRLS AND
We dr i
cv . expect to shoe everybody bv.- v e do want to aho. rn
vn.s r.as'er u i j .ease you in t'jie and
v. i.t-. .ii o;., nieu .uni rr'.ceii sr.o s at j;
al $4 on to JT."o,
we w:.i please you in
'" to S.T.nn or in our
THE BEST OF SHGE SERVICE
118 West 2nd
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SHOES FOR THE FAMILY
1807 2nd Ave , P.ock Island.
o RnalarM Hatlaa
n a r.ew pr4r..-pl. P-:i it : i;nv
hrp.r.s ;.j Bnr:vl and dtsappari.
siinip.e- tf.ir.g -ili fr
t- t-irn haiT:; l-.!-, pf.;- n r d
" p i'1:? 'dW rrk .orp
' 1 0".-:.. WiT.I p-.:; .ir.1 i,-i
'w ay .p T" -' i: l.irt I. ay did- .
and rii! No more .1 ui-A
1 Kpirg and w.rcliyt. 111 n"te
:' g t.r :ri-rv 'ianger of "r.i.j- d
iKTS-IT" i ins !:-: r f"..
i' af. pa:;. :-.. j-j!--k. imp.. b ; r-t'.-r
wfirta --a ii"' nd l';a;r.-
';TP-I" Is .-o' I at aii d' nt:.-' .1 '
J". !:: h htilt or s-m ..1, i-(.-!.
F. Uftr. r & Cm.. Ch.-. ago
Notice is herebv eiven. that on
T-jcsdtiy. the first day of April, A. D.,
::, an election will be held in the
city and township of Rock Island. 111.,
for the foiio virg officers, to wit:
On1 police magistrate.
Five assistant supervisors.
Five justices of peace.
1'laees for registration and voting
will be as follows:
Firs', precinct 41:5 Fourth avenue.
Second precinc' i- Second ave
r. j' .
Third precinct 1014 Third avenue.
Fonr'h precinct 924 Ninth street.
Fifth precinct Court house, east
Sixth precinct 1434 Seventh ave
nue. Seventh precinct 1101 Fif;eTHh
Eighth precinct1914 Third avenue.'
' Nin'h precinct Trinity Parish
; house. Nineteenth street and Sixth I
Tenth preeiict Hose house on 1
T eii'v-second street. i
Eieventh precinct Schmid's gro-
ccry s'ore. $2Z Twentieth s'reet.
'fwelf'h precinct Twenty-sixth i
street, between Sixth and Seventh"
Thirteenth precinct 709 Twenty-;
Fourteenth precinct S032 Fifth
i avenue. '
Fifteenth precinct Peterson's car
penter shop. 510 Forty-fifth s'reet.
Sixteenth precinct 1340 Thir'y
Seventeenth precinct 1334 Thirti
Dated a'. Rock Island. Ii!.. March 6,
' SHIRLEY D FOLPOM.
M. T. RCDGREN.
"in- Clerk of Ro-k Island. Ill (Adv.)
Because of the illness of Rer. Mr.
Spi'nders the mid-winter picnic that
wi.s to have been given th's evening
! the merabers of the African Metho
d t church, has been postponed until
jtcnoirow evening. Special music will
be provided by Clark's Tri-City orches
tra and by the Sylvian guaitet.
NINTH AVENUE OWNERS IN
MEETING ON PAVEMENTS
Owners of pn pi rl on Ninth avenue
between Twelfth and Twenty -tifi h
sirens, which has been ordered paed.
held a mer-tiri- at Schinid's grcery on
Twt nrieili street last niuh', "nenring a
report from a committee tha' had in
spected p.nenitiits in Iaenport avd
Moiiiit ;mh1 icmpared estimates and
specifi' a'ions in those cities with those
Brives Me Wild!"
ZEM0 Stops Itching Instantly!
Bu7 a SCc Bottle Today and Prove It.
Itching VHnishe. in-';.nt:y by uiug
ZKMU. This is abMiluivly guarauteeU.
that have been ns:'d on similar work j is now being held al the police station,
in Rock island. The rsnit was a de- j alt hough the ;i ut.i'jiil i s stated this
-it. ion lo iv-ijin st .dayor S hriver to morning that they doubted she was
have Mi;' city engineer pp-pare a tie
tail' U estimate of 'he cs: of the N'nlh
avenue 'liiprovement. I' was also re
pot" d a 1 lb- ni-etiiig ihiil 72 per cent
of 1 he owners of the frontage on th1'
a!i!ie ii;n siiieij a petition re(u"st
oip ;, br:ck pavement. The board of
local iiiipniveiiieutH has voted 111 favor
guilty of comjilieit y in the robbo v.
TIk woman suspeel, who is visjitir
with people who room on the second
door of the Tw enty-si om slrei't re'"l
denre. was able .) pri ve :ii)i ii.iil
she will jirobably be released.
CANDIDATES TO MEET I
Chairman H it Cork'-n of the dem- ,
r .a'ic townshiji commito e has called j
a 1 1 . 1 " i 1 1." of the democratic 1 audi- j
1 j'trs ii:y arid township, at Turner
ii :: 1 : . toii!ji'l'ow eve-niiig. .The attend-,
arr e of ;ill 1 a i.u ida.t es is earnestly rie-i
.s;ied. -' plan- for the canipai;;!! willj
Let Mc Attend
MYSTERIOUS JEWEL THEFT
BAFFLES POLICE FORCE
Suable jew led ring and several
1 a s a
ar'ici's of jewelry mysteriously
pear'd from the residence of M.
rmaii, i'jft Twenty-second street,
r suit of which a woman roomer
to your wall paper wants this
Complete line of wall paper
samples for 1913 just arrived.
Estimates for painting- and
i paper hanging furnished on re
P. J. ZEITl.UR
1117 Eleventh Avenue.
Phone We3t 1988.
Stop th- Ajniir! 7KMO I finarantrrd to
Stop tlie lif rv Itching iDstautlJ,
ZEMO will be a si:rnri.-e to vo l. Jutt
as it has t-n a f rtr! to iho'-jarids
who eovA alra'!;.- 'r-:-d ir. V'Ou r firt
application nf ZKM' w i l lirlr.c; it.Mai.t
relief or your n.nry is rfutidey
Pain and it' hine. raw- sforrhji;;
fifrna eore, pri. k;y hsa'. pimpf
sra.p Itching. ra; 'n i- tter. blaikneads
tn lrritn'ion or ; n nmuit ion -'op-.
dandruff jr '.-.-h:risr but scalp
rerra warrh ZEVO ur H and r : ;
scalp it hirr. it pi-n blessed x .
Iif tn baliy s .k:n troi;Llr-jt.
I)on't rr.iss it J-.'- l'5c. ZKMO a
rlan, antif-ptic solution, applied 0.1
tti i-kln No f ii-mnt .r p"t. !
"Fi'jt thr'-e applications of your hiph- (
iv--. allied mpd;'-in- hr.d the deirpd ef-
f ,r ftzcniA a r,d awful Hrhinar.' '
-o! T.-rid?'i. r-o So! I.andau Cloak anu 1
. Su' Co.. St. Louin. M. ;
T-'ir!" -cjags druratfft everywhere :
"il XTTMO. 25c a scaled bottle, or S'-nt
direct on receip of price by E. W. -P.ose
Medicine St. Mo.
Sold snd guarantt-ed fn Pjck Island '
by F. D. i. V.'a ker. drug,iit. Four-n
, avenue and Twentieth. Etreet. tAdv. ,
If You Are Going West
by all means find out about the special low one
way Colonist fares on sale daily, March 15 to
April 15. You can save a neat sum of money
byoir.g at that time.
Tbo Burlington is the through train route to
the Northwest and the through car route to
Come in and get your cory of ou Colonist
folder, telling ail about these fares and the
l) OIjK.V fa:seneT hf'-n.
F. A. HiDIiKLIi, Ticket, at'ent.
Phone West Hh.