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THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS, THURSDAY. ATCtTT. 10. 1013.
MONEY POURS IN
AT HEAO OFFICE
Wccdrcer. Camps All Over the
Country Lose No Time in
Responding to Appeal.
TO AID FLOOD VICTIMS
New Yorkers Organized "Wcocirow
W.lson" CaTp and Seek Char
ter Cn.cfo Have Supper.
';-(! if 'V- iijiv-il i f .he hf-ad
:!.' i.' 'I,- i..i;ri ..'1iii.-i: at
. tnrl'-ri f.f f--t.fi- ( r ti.e iti-nib'-r
fif thp nnci-y :i' :r- f)o (i y:tt'.
!:! '"p.lnr !i y'-.ri i Tr.out'l, 'iie
appeal . lit on- rriy la" Saturday,
31". (amps iin! r'--; il ;t a' noon
t'".:t Mi1: r.. e ; r 'i.niiit ii: on very
li.iiii Tt.e ii 'A' r , !ju' in!. - '-.l.i'-li liav
h'.'i a'i". I r - .-.: nttr u u to aoou"
&- i -ii, (I t,c f- " the it; "i. Mi is out
" i" 'o'.tl . f (.-i t.-d lie iiPar r
t',' i i ' . ti.rti' Hi. i hester camp
' ".'. In ; :i r. N V . ii--iils the list
i h a ton'ribntion of $100. The other J
( o:tr:lutjons range from $5 Tip. The
sum of J201.15 was collected from
the bead office in this city and added
to the total.
WOOI1HOW WILSON CAMP.
A request was received from New
York City this morning for a charter
f r "Woodrow Wilson camp." Thia
:.- Mh- first camp to be named after
tii'- new democratic president. There
are Uh names on the charter list. Be
fore the charter can be issued, the
members wiil have to undergo the
proscribed medical examination. Af
tT i-iat. the camp will be numbered
and the charter sent out.
( IIIKFS HOLD MEETING.
The chiefs of the departments cf
the head office gathered in regular
monthly session at the Rock Island
-) :ii last nigh'. Snpper was served
at 7 o'clock and after the meal, the
ver.ir.c ras pive.n over to an Infcr
nifcl discussion of the details of inter
de part mental work in the head office.
TWO PAVING JOBS
ARE DECIDED ON
Fifth Avenue and Fourteenth
Street to Be Improved
During the Year.
Are you frequently iioarse? Do you
have 'hat annoying tickliug in your
throat? Ikies your cough annoy you
at i, lent, and do you raise mucus in
ih" morning? Do you want relief?
If so, ',-ike Chamberlain's Couch Retri
ed:, and you will be pleased. Soli by
51! dructrists. (Adv.)
Public hearings on two improvement
matters were brought to a cloe this
morning when the board of local im
provements passed resolutions cailius
for the carrying out of the proposed
jobs. As a result ordinances caMmg
for the paving of Fourteenth street
from Third to Ninth avenue with as
phalt and of Fifth avenue from Nine
teenth to Twentieth with asphalt and
from Twertieth to Twen'y-third wi'h
brick, will be presented to the city
commission in the near future.
Neither plan was adopted without
protest. The Fifth avenue people were
not so much opposed to the paving
as they were to the material to be
used and they were also divided on
the boulevard p.an contained in the
first project advanced by the board,
the protest against this latter proposi
tion were so well taken that the board
decided to pass up a center boulevard
and tiake an crdinarv stre?t out cf
Fifth avenue. Owners between Twen
tieth and Twenty-third preserved a
petition asking that brick be used
instead of the asphalt which was
specified and this change in the res-
! clution was made in accordance with
' The Fourteenth street objectors
; were not in force and few of them
expressed themselves. Their argu
' inert is that the street aoes tior ueea
! improving and that there are property
. owners along the thoroughfare who
can ill afford to pay the cost entailed.
Their objections were overruled by
. the board, the vote being two to one
' in favor of carrying out the crig
; inal plan.
I Pabllration Solloe.
" State of Winds. Rock Island Coun-
I In the Circuit Court of said count v.
To the May term. A. IA 1S13. la Chati
RheumsTtsm Hetlevecf fi a rtw Hours.
N. B. Langiey. Madison. Wis., says:
' "I wae almost . helpless with rbeuma
i tism for about five months. Had It In
I my neck so '. could ant turn my head,
: and all through my Dody. I tried three
! doctors and many remedies without
I any relief whatever until I procured
: Dr. Detchon s Relief for Rheumatism,
! In a few hours the pain was relieved
and in three days the rheumatism was
completely cured and I was at work."
Bold by Otto Grotjan. 1501 Second ave
nue. Rock Island: Guct Schlegel & Son.
220 West Second street. Davenport
William H. Riewerts. complainant vs.
D. L. i.a Rue; the unknvnn heirs or
devisees ot L. l. La Kue. dt'.-ia'Pd:
Katie La Kuf, Hnry C. .-vramhoft; the
. -'.known wife or widow Hi-i'.ry c
irait;hoft: the unknown heirs or devi
sees of Knry C. Kramhoft. deceased,
anj th Titik:iown own-r of the s..'.ith
as. i; :arf r i-f the i:ort!i:ist nuarter of
s.-.tion toi:rt--:i 114). als.. th- fo'ln-.v-i
:i aar i.rit'1 tract of isr.d: fomrneno
i at a stake eleven Ul rods and fif
tn '!.".) litlks south of the northwest
crnt-r of section tliirteen il3t. town
nineteen tl!. ranse tw. i . oast
"f th- fourth principal meridian. Ro.-k
Island county, Illinois, thiir nortli fif
teen il rods and ten l'i links, thence
south seventy-four drifres, west
thirteen H3 r'd and four I4 links,
thence south forty-five i 4 r. degrees and
thirty i 3") minutes east to th pJace of
bi jrinninar. heinK ninety-rne .li square
rods, all in township nineteen 1 i. r.orth
range two i Z . east of the fourth princi
pal meridian, situated In said Rock Is
land county and the said state of Illi
Aff.da.vit of non-residence of each and
all of the above named defendants hav
ing been filed in the office -!' the clmk
of the cireuU court of said county, no
tice is hereby Riven to each of said non
resident defendants, that complainant
filed his iilll of complaint in said court,
on the chaneerv side thereof. .n the
list dav of March. A. D. 1913. and that
thereupon a summons issued nut of
said court, wherein said suit is now
pending, against said defendants above
named, returnable on the first Monday
of May, 1913. as Is by law required
Now. unless you. the sa:d non-resident
defendants above named, and each of
;. on. shall personally be and appear be-
Ifore said circuit coi:rt on the ti'-st day'
J of the next term thereof, to be hold.n ,
at r.CK isiami. hi iiu i-t shui cc:ituy,
on the first Monday in May. RMS. next.
anl plead, answer or demur to said
complainant's bill of complaint, the
same and the matters and thintr there
in charged and stated will be taken as
, confessed and a decree entered against
j you according to the prayer of said bill.
I In te9timoity whereof. I have hre
; unto set my hand and affixed the seal of
said court, at my office in Rock Island,
tins L'lst (lav ot jiarcii. A. t. WW.
.Seal GiiORGE W. GAMBLE.
Pevore X. Simonson. solicitor.
Let Me Attend
to your wall paper wants this
Complete line of wall paper
samples for 1913 just arrived.
Estimates for painting and
paper hanging furnished on re
P. J. ZEITLER
1117 Eleventh Avenue.
Phone West 1988.
1 The New
Never before has there been such a line of beautiful cur
tains shown by ua as this season. Rare specimens of the
lace rrakcrs' art in numercus styles are here, and just to
oee them it a pleasure to the lovers cf dainty filmy lace
creations. Tne fabrics of the world's most expert manu
facturers are here ready for your inspection.
NOTTINGHAM, always btar.iiard. fome
f-'rikitiK i.i'w p:tiieri.s. up from, jiair
CCRIM in desirable patterns.
plan h;hI fat.'-y. t: fi"in, p.-.ir
CLUNY. a larne line to s le t from,
priced up from, pair
CABLE NEiTS, in splendid ileMens.
pru eil ;is low as. per pair
IRISH POINT in pat'erns to suit
tmiM any triste. up Inuti. pair
"LACET." a new Arabian curtain
just roctvyni, priced up from, pair
MARIE ANTOINETTE, fine new dainty
putteriii.. as low as. pair
BRUSSELS NET. new and original
designs, up from, pa.r
POINT MILAN in some striking new
patterns, pric rt i.p from, pair
ST. GALL M sera metis, or.e of 'his season's
new curia iik Jut.' rree'.-.-'d. priced up fron pr
VOILE AND MARQU'SETTE w'. h Marrame
edKcN and inser' .lO'.s. pr.ced up from
N'KVKH before in the 'history of this house has there he-en sur-li a He
maihi for Carjiel.-. Ru.irs, Curtains and Draperies as this spring. In
corn pa risen with former years it is really astonishhijr. This season's line
marks the highest state of elTieicney yet attained. Throualioni the entire
lines are s"en that ereativ'nes, and artistie individuality whieh has made
this seetion so pupuiar. Krt'icient salespeople are here, ready and willing
to assist you in makin.if the jtrojier selections or give yri the henelil of
tluir expert knowledge at any time.
The dernand for Rugs is groving greater
every yc?r. We h?.e prepared for it and
can now show you the most magnificent line
of Rcom Size Ruqs eve ehown here. We
qucte below prices on Cx12 only, other sizes
are priced accordingly.
INGRAIN !iML Uurs. ponii ral- C O JJA
terns and eolorr- r.r-,' ' ilcwn to &&JJ
Our con-plete line of Carpets, showing the
newest designs and colorings, is now ready
for your approval. Beautiful greens and
rich browns seem to predominate, also there
are bed room patterns in dainty lavenders,
light blues, pink and ye'low colorings.
WILTONS, rare colortncs. beautiful re
signs, priced per yard, frc rn
$3. 2' down ;o
BODY BRUSSELS, the fine.-! line ever
shown here. ar-.!. ii.b
VELVETS, serviceable, staple patterns, in
splendid cclorir.as. yard. q p
$130 down to OuC
TAPESTRY in handsome ranpe of E
patterns ami 'ii-sigr.s, yard. JI to.. OLIC
INGRAIN, always in demand and C
priced h re a' yd., "ec down to.... OC
TAPESTRY .-isl? H sp:.-::d:d a3Fort:n-ju
to select fro tn. f-14. ' n down
AXMINSTEH f ' v 1 2 Kus. beautiful desiens.
$2o.00 and as ":ow
EODY BRUSSELS. rt unusually exeellent
line, at from $31.50 down (JjO O C
WILTON ::If. Hugs, the acme of perfection.
rriccd from Ja4.fi1' da -n f
This season marks a point far ahead of anything yet con
ceived in draperies. The wide range in choice of colors
and fabrics makes it easy to tind just what you want.
Our entire section is overllowing with hangings and It is
a real pleasure to show ihen. We mention just a few
of ihe styles, giving you an inkling of what's bere.
The ariistic yet economical possibilities of Genuine Au
rora Cloth are pract i-a lly unlimited. lis beautiful and
distinctive silk-like lustre, wide variety of patterns and
coiirs enables yen to match any decorative scheme per
feclly. Aurora is particularly adapted for casement win
dows, doorways, bed ror',:, bungalows and summer
homes: it has all the biautiftii effects of epensive hang
ings as well as the wearing qualities, at but a fraction of
Orinoka Sunfast Fat
TeFt ;!itni by v.asliin;; ::nd exposure to the sunlight as
Iki'.r as you wish. Neither Min-bine nor washing, will dim
their rrit'i'.ial freshness and lustre. They are ideal fab
rics for su:r.:ner homes and we ere shoeing a splendid
as.-.crtinent of styles and pa'lcrns.
CRETONNES ?. to f.O inet.f s v.i.lo for bed
rooms, itc. up fro.u yard
I-IGURED NOTTINGHAM AND FILET, 45
in. wide, while ?nd Ksyptian. u;i from yd
FIGURED NET, 2 inches wide. S"al!oped
edge, up from yard
MERCERIZED VOILE AND MARQUISETTE,
white, ivory and ecru, i P Irom jard
Th vnlue of Linoleum in public, semi
fnbltc ar.il priva'e hon.ei sir beinis appre
ciated 'r.e l.a'f the amount of expense ar.4
labor used in cleanir.n a ood o.-
s'one t1or keeps a liDoieum floor
In perfect cot:d:Mon and far more
The growth of the derr.snd for
floor parquet ry ha been rapid.
The clean cut. new. appropriate de
slictis ami co!or:iiis 8 1 peal iu-
sta-.tly to the diKcnmlnatir.K
drin liaiily of deVn
and exceiler.ee of finish
here in rate cotnbinatica. 'v"
We earn an immers1? lire
t' ihe i.ir.nu.i st vies and
1 i . . ... . , 1 . J . w .. J
i : i . I n-B. ii. nil i'i'i.? anu v
it: -en "Rixdorfer rsrke't" :ZLi
finer covr!r i for w l ich e
..re exc'iiftvc aKentr. cr-ates j
sale? because of the 8Ujcr
lor choi. e of paferisi and
Quali'y of mat era', ublra proves its vskie by satisfactory servtce.
Straw and Fibre Mattings
This line has aiav t-een an hr.por'ant one with us. and Includes
ii that is new and deMrj'b'e in Japan or China mattings. There
l noth.!.: da-.titter or eoo'.er for sut.ir-.er sleepinc or guest rooms.
We are also rh.iw in p a b'K variety of Grass Fibre and Matting
Kuk. m ail sics ui:abie for perch. amp cr cotlaee use.
floor coverings of wondrous heauty ami durahility,
as serviceable as tiny are handsome. Woven like
Scotch rugs, by a new process that make? th'm wear a
dozen times longer, with raix d figures like the old time
(iuheliu tapestries, dyed with ti ie.fi riet-t anl faste.-t col
ors. These handsome, hardy floor coverings lay as
firm as a In ; rd. soft to the tread, defiant to wear, a
lasting adornment to the lu-r-t furnished home. Can he
had in any combination of colors and any mzcs you may
Bath Room Rugs
r.eauf.ful patterr.s ar.rl rolors are one of the features of this line.
I'air.t woven rap Hug. Turkish Crash, twotcr.ed effects Pome
in p:c'ern c. vstiol-s shades io n atch wall finish. These are
cie,:i.iiiy novel and the n.odera'e cost will surprise you.
Wind ow Shad
Our shade department is equipped with all the latest appliances,
and we can furnish shades in any size, style or color you want on
short notice. Two-color xtades are becoming more popular every
day and you can have them in rtost any combination.
carry at ail times a complete line of regular sizes in all grades
and colors, made up complete and ready to har.e.
A door mat at this time of the year save? manv dirty
foot prims on your floors. We have all sizes in obi -,
rubber and cocoa mats.
Don't purr-base a machine until yo i
operate it yo:rse!f. See ths' it re
moves hair, thread, lint and the Mrper
particles of litter in addition to the
fine dust and dirt.
Satisfy yourself that it clear'.-: thor
oughly without abuse to the floor cov
er; ii a: and that it restores the or'.jri .1
effects by lifting tbe crushed down
nap 'o i's in:ej i! position
You can submit one of our "Hor.v
ers" to all thes" tests in yo;r own
Lome (if electrically lighted i any
time that will be convenient.
Th: sweeper espe"iai!v pppeqls to
women heis'is of oo-ratinii so si
la71!' (only eafieri 'nan the ord n
ry carpet .weeper. It absorbs
the dus" w 'h the d:rt so that no
dus- is raised and nr. af'er (lu-iiing
is necessary, tliriinat's trie
ner easily of takir.R up car
pets r.nl r.eat'.rtc or rhaKing
them, ard Kjiares the houa-
fe or maid from
the t-arka'hes r.nl
triat roliov.- Sv-'-.p-init
We are exclusive
agents Jor Hoof'
: ' V ! ' I
.;Ai'. V.il AV
Let us d;rr,3'.r;t5
them for you in
your own heme.
ft C PET
Non-resident Kuardinn's notice of ap
plication to sell real estate of her ward.
To Benjamin T. Stiles, a person of
unsound mind, and to all persons whom
it may concern:
Xntice Is hcrehv civen that the tin
dersiifneti. Alice i Stiles, guardian of
Benjamin T. St'les. a person of unsound
mind, appointed such guardian by the
district i-oiirt t-f the county of Black
Hawk, oi th-- state of Iowa, will make
application to the circuit court, to !'
he'd m and tor the county of Rock Is
land. In the state of Illinois, at a reij
tilae term thereof, to le begun and held
at the co'-rt house in the city of Rock
Island. in the county of Ro.-k
Island, and state of l'linois. on the tlrst
Monday of May. A. I 191,t. for an order
and decree of said court. aiitnorlxinK
and .lirectmp- her as such fcuardia.n to
sell all the interest cf her said ward.
Itenjamin T. Stiles, a rerson of un
sound mind. In ami to the following de
scribed real estnte. to-wit:
The west one hundred and eitthty-nine
feet of sub-lot number five (ji. In lot
number six y K t, in the southeast quar
ter of section ten il"i. In township sev
enteen (17i. north rar.ite two 2. west
of the fourth principal meridian, an
said sub-lot is shown and designated
on the pl.t of Oexters sjb-division of
lots six and nine, in the southeast quar
ter of section ten. and the northeast
fractional quarter of section fifteen, in
said township recorded in the record
er's office of Rock island county. Illi
nois, In hook 3. of plats at pa SS;
also the rifrht to use in common with
the owner of the cast three hundred and
seventy-eiRht feet of the north fi'J l-i
feet of said sub-lot. of the south ten
feet of the east three hundred and sev-enty-elKht
feet of snld sub-lot five, for
the purpose or a private drive or pas
sage way to the west one hundred ajid
elKhty-nlne feet of sr. id nub-lot. situ
ated In said county of Rock Island and
state of Illinois, or so much thereof at
shall seem to said circuit court to- be t.
the best interest of said ward, Benja
min T. Stiles, tor the support of Said
ward ana ror the purpose or investing
the proceeds of such sale as shall not
be Immediately requisite for such sup
port. In other real estate, or of other
wise inveatinff the same, as anau pe
sanctioned bv law.
Dated thla 4th dav f April. A. P. 1913.
ALICE C. STII.FS.
Gcardlaji If said Beniamln T. Stllea.
person of unsound mind.
Walk. sr. Ingram & Sweeney oliei-tora.
Notice of Publication.
State of Illinois, Rock Island Coun
In the Circuit Court. To the May
term. A. D. 1913.
Alva W. Banks vs. Violet Banks. In
Affidavit of unknown residence of the
defendant, Violet Banks, having; been
filed in the clerk's office of the circuit
court of said county, notice is therefore
hereby iven to the said unknown res
ident defendant, Violet Baiua. that th
complainant filed his bill of i-oraHlalnt
In said court, on the chancery aid
thereof, on the 28th day of March, 1913.
and that thereupon a summons Issued
out of said oourt. wherein aald suit Is
now pending-, returnable on the first
Monday In the month ot May next, aa
la by la,w required.
Now. unless you. the said unknown,
resident defendant, Violet Banks, above
named, shall personally be and appear
before aald circuit court, ou the nrst
day of the next term thereof, to be
holden at Rock Island. In and for aald
county, on the first Monday In Mhv
next, and plead, answer or demur to the
aald complainant's bill of complaint,
the aaxne and the matter's and things
therein charged and stated will be tak
en as confessed, and a decree entered
against you according to the praver of
said bill. GEORGE W. GAMBLE.
Rock Island. Ill, March 2S. 1913.
Philip 1L Wells, complainant s solici
tor. notice of Publication.
State of Illinois, Hock Inland Coun
In the Circuit Court, May term. A. D.
Johannah Shallbrrtf. complainant, vs.
lilltts S. Gilbert, el al., di-Ieiidania. lu
Affidavit of non-residence of the fol
lowing defendants, Gideon w. I'iits and
Elizabeth 8. Fills, his wife; IJllas S.
Gilbert. Kmma K. Gilbert. James S. Gil
bert, Chauncey K. Gilbert and l.i-mi
Gilbert, hla wife; Louise 1. Hoff
man, her husband, Kuwiud W. Hoff
man, and Fannlo 1' Cilbert, L.
Frances I'ltts. Gideon W. I'ltls. trustee
under the last will and testament of
Jennie V. I'ltts, deceased . Gideon S.
Pitts, Chauncey V. Pitts. Clara 1". I'llt".
Eva K Pitta. Elizabeth V. Pius. Lorlna
A. Bhorta and (Spencer 1 ' .Shorts, her
husband; Cara G Jewett and George I.
Jewett, her husband, ami Etta M.
Breck; and the atlldavii of the unknown
heirs and devisees ! Ltvi U ells, de
ceased; atid tile UllKlcwt: iiriin and
devisees of Wells, deceased.
wife of Levi Wells, and the unknown
heirs and devisees If 1 1 unliiigton Wells,
deceased, and the unknown tielis and
devisees of Letitia Wells, deceased, and
the unknown heirs and devisees of Joel
Wells, Junior, deceased, and the un
known heirs and devisees of Mary
Wells, deceased, ttm unknown iicira and
devisees of Havld B. Sears, deceased. Urn
unknown heirs and devisees of Uelllaii
Sears, deceased, the unknown heirs an-1
devisees of Jonantham Utiffum, deceas
ed, ajid the unknown heirs and devi
sees of Sarah Biiffum. deceased, and the
unknown heirs and devisees -of Jouali
H. Cuse, deceased, and Oie unknown
heirs and devisees of Julia Case, de
ceased, and Ihe unknown heirs and dev
isees of Hpencer H. White, deceased,
and the unknown heirs and devisees of
White, deceased, wife of Silen
cer H. White, and the unknown heir
and devisees of John W. Speto-.-r, de
ceased, and the unknown In n and dev
isees of Eliza .Spencer, deceased, tho
unknown helra and devise, s of l alviu
Alnsworth. deceased, Oie unknown heir
and devisees of Laura Ainaworth. de
ceased, the unknown heirs and devise-,
of L. Leiiton I'ltts. deceased, the un
known heirs and d'-vistes of liavid B.
Pitts, deceased, and the unknown hclia
and devisees of Hiram Pins, deceased,
and the unknown heirs and devisees of
Gideon Pitts, deceased, and tne unknown
heirs and devisees of Jane W. Puis, de
ceased, and the unknown hens and dev
isees of Cyrus Pitts, deceased, Ihe un
known helra and devisees or Margaret
B. I'ltts, deceased, the unknown heirs
and devisees of George W. l.ynde, de
ceased, the unknown heirs and devisees
of Horace K. While, deceased, ihe un
known heirs and devisees of Marion S.
W hite, deceased, the unknown liens and
devisees of Charles K. Alnsworth. de
ceased, the unknown heirs and Ivlsees
of .Mary E. Alnsworth. deceased, the
unknown heirs and devisee- of Alfred
Webster, deceased, the unknown heir
and dxvlsees of Cyrus P. Gilbert, de
ceased, the unknown heirs and devisees
of Lrastus Partridge, deceased, hn-
jlead-d with the abuve defendants. Mo
ine Water power company, having been
filed in the clerk's office of (he circuit
court of said county, nonce Is tin re
fore hereby given tr tl.e said non-res
ident defendanta that the complainant
filed her bill of complaint in said court,
on the chancery aide tii. ter,f. on the
2th day of March, l".M3. ami that there
upon a summons issued out of said
court, wherein said hi! Is now pend
ing, returnable m the IliK Monday in
the month of May next, as is by law re-quired-
Now, unless yo i. the s:.d non-r'sl-dent
def wirlatit s at.ove nam'-ii. and tne
unknown heirs and deviu-es of said de
fendants, snail personally b- .ind appear
before said circuit court, on the tnst
dTy Of the next teim ti.crel-f. to b
holden at lto k Island, in and for said
county, on the lirst Moida . in May
next, and plead, answer or d'-m .r to t' e
said complainant's bill of complaint. ths
same anr? the mailers and t hirigs there
in i l.arg. d and staled w.ll Io taken as
confessed, a id a decree entered against
i you according to the prater of said biil.
I GKORG.-: W. GV.MllI.E, Clerk.
Rock Island. 111.. Maicn If. 1X13.
Siialtbei oc Harper, c'inplainant's
IF YOU HAVE DECIDED
to rrcve, call the Rapid Delivery Ex
press company. Telephone W. 1193.
Prices reasonable. They also deliver
launches to and from the river.