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THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS
FRIDAY, APRIL 11, 1913.
MEDICAL MEN ARE
Spring Meeting of Iowa and Il
linois Central District Asso
ciation Held Here.
Itls, Myocarditis and Arthritis, -with i
Organisms Obtained from Cases of :
Human Endocarditis, Rheumatism,
and other Streptoco cus Infections j
E. C. Rosenow, Chicago.
Informal contributions (9ix minutes)
O. E. Decker, Davenport; J. P. Com-;
gys. Rock I.sland.
Followjne the program, light, refresh
ments were served. The officers of
the association are:
President V. W. Adams. Atkinson.
Vice President P. A. IV ndixon, Dav-
STATE BANK HAS
C. T. Nelsen
I Bettie Reynolds
Mrs. Joseph Ruley
! Conrad H. Schadt
j i Sisters of charity
! This Amount Has Been Turned ; m. m. sturgeon
I A. I . fcwans
i R. Terrell
j John Yolk & Co
i Ward committee First ward . . .
I Ward committee. Second ward
B. J. Mitchell 1.00 1
May Mitchem l.'iO ;
V. O. N'egus 10.00 j
2. no ;
MUST BE EARNED
Over to Red Cross for Bene
fit of Flood Sufferers.
HAVE EXCELLENT PROGRAM
I Secretary L.
i Treasurer F.
The State bank todav issued a com-
! pte statement relative to the money
. ! Ward committee. Fifth ward
W. Littig. Davenport, j the institution has handled since un
H. First, Rock Island, dertaking to receive funds for the ben-
Eettion I at the Rock lland Clut
Social Time Follow Discussion.
The spring meeting of thp luwn ar.d
Illinois Central Iiistri't. M fiiicjil as?
ciation was hld 'n this city last eve i
i ii K a' S o'dork. Tin- visitors wrc en
t'Ttained at the Rock Island dub an.l
tli' gathering proved enjoyable. About
i' were present.
An excellent program, d'aling wilti
ri"dical subject , was given, among
t lie speakers b ing Drs. J. P. ComegyB
and (. L. Kys'er of this city. The com-
MUCH INTEREST BEING
TAKEN IN LECTURES
Much interest is being taken in the
appearance here today of Dr. S. B.
Clark of the University of Chicago. He
f:poke this afternoon at 3:30 before
tiie Twin-City Teachers' association at
the Moline high school. His theme
was "Tii spirit of Literature." This
e'euing he is to read '"Silas Marner"
at the Rock Island high school The
public will be welcome at both meet
ings, a small admission being charged.
j efit of the flood sufferers of Indiana
land Ohio. It shows a fo"al collection
cf $420 36 to date. This amount has
been turned over to Orson Smith, state
treasurer of the Red Cross society.
The subscriptions in detail follow:
1.. E. West
L. E. Wilscn
fridge M. Whiff on
103. OS I
Athletic Board of Control at the
High School Fixes Require
ments for "R. I.'s."
The requirements for winning a !
track "R. I." emblem have recently i
teen fixed by the board of control ol
the local high school athletic asfocia-
tion. To win a school letter In a meet
where but two schools compete eight i
The hock island National Dank nas points are necessary; where less than
conecieo ana turnea oer 10 me prop- fiv. nru1 mn
Allentown, Pa. Samuel Sinclair of
Kennett Square, Pa., inspector of high
ways in 'he stale highway department, j Edgewood
piete program g'ven follows:
Presentation of pa'ient.-. ' paded guilty of aggravated assault, school
Intestinal Stas's from the Surgical 1 and buttery, the case grow ing out of j Friend .
Viewpoint (2n minutest G. 1.. Kys'er, his abduction of Miss Anna Steckel
Rock Island 'daughter of one of Allentown's weal-; M Greenblatt
Pneumatic Rupture of the Rowel, ' tniest citizens, from her home in Jan-1 M. O. Griswo'.d
with report of a case (20 minutest j uary. He was sentenced to jail for ! J. N. Huntoon
P A. R'nr!ixon. Davenport. six months and to pay a fine of 5300 j J. R. Kimball
H. L. Becker 5 5 00
Mrs. r. A. Binder 25
William H. Bolk-s 1.00
B. II. Ccnneily o.iH)
Jack Ciyltcr l-t'O
Gecrge H. Deisenroth 1.00
C. H. Dibbern - 10.00
Edwin Dire 5.00
John Bengscn's dru? store col
W. T. Hartz's dnig store col
er authorities the sum of $261.09 as
: follows :
Schricker $ 5.00
Louis Mofenfelder 5.00
C. W. Mitchem 2.00
William Payne 10.00
i E. Bradford 3.00
Charles L. Walker 5.00
F. W. Schroeder 1.00
Master Painters' association of
Nellie Kelh rstrass
, Miss Eaton
;Mrs. M. E. Kellerstrass
: Anna Dickson
M. S. Heagy
C. W. Mitchem
pericard- j and costs.
i' ' V,. V . "J. V -
100 ! Rv Mrs. Wirt Taylor from Sixth
5.00 SxhillinMr S- VnlH
! Mayer Levi
H. W. Cozad
two compete, five
points; where more than five schools
compete, three points are necessary.
It is also permissible to make addition
of points toward award of track "R.
I." for track work from year to year,
provided that such addition shall to
tal five points.
It was also decided that if the cap
tcin of any team falls below the mark
in scholarship, conduct or similar
qualifications, his resignation shall
be demanded. This shall not be bind
ing here sickness or similar causes
shall keep him from the games. Coach
Corneal has recommended that the fol
lowing receive basketball "R. I.'s" for
tie past season: Captain Tremann,
Kipp. Chalk. Glass, Whisler, Hippler,
McNeil and Gleason.
The indoor interclass track meet
was held this afternoon at the high
school. Much interest was shown in
Cash 25.00 1
fl We will not fill phone or mail orders on Saturday Specials
-2ROCK 1 5 IyAN D, I lAs. .through 2o&
"Just For a Day
TOWEL BARS Heavy
plated t.ri'.MH loel iiarB
teen inches liiu". til
verv Fpecial for Sa
. inc.., .
ai!irday J J
CkaX, jf (TV Outjj
buoAR AND CREAM SETS,
fine imtKirted rliina with beautiful
flora'. dec.r:itious. these 50c a!ues
just half. nf".
Size 9x12 feet. Special
Saturday at 10 o'cJocfc,
Trenton Rugs are reversa
ble and come In all l"c reQa
lar sizes. Color effects are
in two or i most, three
tones to harmonize with wall
decoration De:grr. are sim
ple and in accordance witn
the best taste. Note the b'g
room size, 9x12 feet and the
CHILDREN'S KIMONAS, the long
; ones, made of printed twill and
j figured crepe, a few odd numbers
Of $1 25 Cfl
values, each JJ
! CW IS
CHILD'S ROMPERS made of
good plain blue seersucker, ging
ham, trimmed with red.
sizes 2 to 7 years each
First Baptist church 43.05;
William Klockau 5.00 !
Beardsley & Bailey 5.00 !
F D. G. Walker 1.00 !
John A. Teska 100
Cash 1.00 ;
! Seventh ward collection 31.58
H. A. McCullough 5.00 j
C. J. Earkin 5.00!
jillen Myers & Co 5.00;
Milan Presbyterian church ... 7.00 1
( ar.S AND FISH I o gallon
size crvst.il glass lisli gloiies with
three fancy gold fish
special for Saturday
WATER TUMBLERS Th i.
lilown lead glnsH water tumblers
with etched baud design 7" n
set of fi fT
QjX ITU Oulj,
MIDDY BLOUSES of white lin
ene with collars Bnd cuffs of red
and blue with white bands.
These very special at
LEATHER HAND BAGS Choice
of any of our $.V00 real hi al and
leather hand bags, nil d0 QQ
news! shapes, fur eacJ5JJO
(TV OU CUt
house dresses of good uu.-
ity gingham or percale, light or
dark colors, f.gures and stripes.
The contributions at the Rock Is
land Savings banks amounted to
$4Sl.r,0. it, too. has been turned over
to the proper authorities. The items
Brotherhood locomotive Engin
es $ 25.00
Miss Agues Brennan 5.00
Miss Clara Hampton's commit
Miss Mabel G. Mack's commit-
Thomas Drug company 1.10
A. Mosenfelder Jo.00
EMBROIDERED BATISTES. Rem
nant lengths of white embroidered
bntihie waistings, full piec price,
2.'.c to 35c.
at a yard
WOMEN'S NIGHT GOWNS of
cambric. V and high neck styles,
handsomely tucked and embroid
ery trimmed yokes, 7Q
very special at 5C
U (J U
DRESS GINGHAMS till pieces
of double fold dress ginghams,
pretty broken checks and stripes.
He and l'tc Tallies,
CHA.VIOISETTE GLOVES Maau.
facturers' samples of 6-button
letigt'ii gloves, both white and huff.
T.iic to Jl.iiO values
a' a put" ,
CV CO OuLg
DRESS GOODS Black and while
shepherd suitings in three sizes of j
checks, double fold. QC i
,"0c quality, a yard OOC j
TALCUM POWDER Large boxes
of Air Float Talcum powder,
septic and delightfully
perfumed, a box, only....
Silver Fox patrol. Boy Scouts
E. W. Houlds worth
Miss C. Mehrley
F. W. Jones
1 A. Siebert
i Two friends
:Alex Anderson P'.OO
T. .1. Adams 50
; Rock Island Argus 15.oo
i Deaconess society of Broadway
j Presbyterian church 103.19
j Fort, Armstrong chap'er. D.
I A. R
i Wirt Taylor 3.uo
jDr. Cora Reed 5.n0
Mrs. Jacob Schilliuger l.'H)
' Mrs. I.urk -.75
A friend 5.00
!a friend 1.00
'.Mrs. Eliza Fester 1.00
! Mrs. T. A. Pender 5.00
iC. Rochow 5.00
i George Hrisanthopoolis 1.00
i Ethel McDowell 1.00
Buy a home of Relay Broa,
For express, call William Tref.
TrI-Clty Towel Supply company.
Bluebird pins at J. Ramser's Sons'.
Independent Express Co. West 981.
Bracelet watches at J. Ramser's
White clover honey in comb a pound
20c, at Kuschmann's.
Have you 6een the lucky bluebird
pins at J. Ramser's Sons'?
Kerler Rug company for vacuum
cleaning and rug-making.
Diamonds are on the jump. You can
buy one right at J. Ramser's Sons'.
Coin purses, vanity bags, fancy
leather bags, at J. Ramser's Sons'.
The Caw, Moore and Waterman
I fountain pens at J. Ramser's Sons.'
Our B. B. serge at $33 is the best
value ever offered. J. B. Zimmer'a
B!x per cent farm mortgages. Lit ten
& Roberts, People's National bank
Don't miss the Chi-N'amel display of
wood finishes during the demonstra
tion at Riess' drug store.
Coal, coal. coal. The Rock Island
Fuel company will deliver to you all
the best grades of hard and soft coat
Ward & McMahoa will give yo.
estimates on your plumbing, steam
i and hot water heating that will save
1 1.50 you money.
HAIR SWITCHES Hnman ha.r
switches. 2fi inches long in any
shade you wish, a good
$11.73 alue. choice for."
MAN ARRESTED FOR
SELLING GAfclE FISH
Charged with unlawfully selling!
Hack bass and wall-eyed pike, Theo- ',
Large sour pickles a gallon 25c;
large dills a dozen 20c; sweet pickles,
fine flavor, medium size, a dozen 10c;
Brick cheese a pound 23c; small lim-
burgers eacli 25c; domestic Swiss a 1
This is a store that DOES THINGS. UN
USUAL things; that goes OUT OF ITS
WAY to estiblish PRECEDENTS in VALUE,
STYLE, ECONOMY, etc., and the latest
SENSATION is our BLUE SERGE SUIT AT
$15. For many months we have been pre
paring to spring this clothing SCOOP and
the time is at hand. Here are beautifully
draped blue serges that look like those that
sell from $25 to $30 EVERYWHERE.
Norfolks as well as 2 and 3 button coats.
They are cat from COLD WATER SHRUNK
PURE ALL WOOL GUARANTEED serges,
hand tailored by artistic needleworkers,
they are MADE INSIDE and OUTSIDE to
stand up and wear PERFECTLY. After
one look you would expect to pay at least
$20 and perhaps $25 for one of these
suits but to enable every man and young
man to have one of these blue serges to
wear for NICE, we will offer them through
out the season at this SENSATIONAL
"Just For a Day"
A small lot of handsome
scrim curtains with beau
tiful antique lace inser
tion came our way at a
big reduction. So big in
fact that we can sell these
at $1.39 a pair
The curtains come in
cream and ecru and are
2 1-2 yards long. They
go on sale Saturday at
10 A. M. a pair. .$1 39
NO PHONE ORDERS.
A Rousing Furniture Value
Solid Oak Dining
Another rousing furniture val
ue is this big solid oak table
in Golden or Early English fin
ish. Heavy massive pedestal
and scroll legs, while one doz
en last, they are yours, Satur
day for $9.69
pound 30c; fancy full cream a pound
25c; at Kuschmann's grocery.
Collins & Hammerick are ready to
give estimates and do ail kinds of
carpenter work. Shop location 120S
Eighth avenue. Phone west 790.
Try our new collar moulder. It
shapes collars perfectly without crack
ing them and leaves plenty of tie
space. Parker Laundry company 1312
lol4 Third avenue.
You cannot get better c.heose than
that we sell. The rich, creamy flavor
ed ind which melts in your mouth
uore Regelbruggcr of ('enter Station ' wliPn vou eat it a poRd 25c; at
was this afternoon arraigned in Jus- j Kugt hn',ann-g 22o7 Fourth avenue
: was continued until April 18 at 2
o'clock. Game Warden Georg? Roh-
wt-dder of Geneseo has been in the
city for several days, making an ln-
: vestigation of the Center Station man's
operations and after he had obtained
sufficient evidence, swore out a war
rant for Regelbrugger's arrest. The
statutes make it unlawful to sell game
f. sh at any time. J. K. Scott bar, been
Mueller Lumber company will en
ab!& you to build a fine house or barn
out cf he choicest select lumber aiid
cot surpassed by any laundry in the
Kain & Reinhardt cigar store still
takes the lead. Most liberally patron.
!zed. Everything in tooacco, cigars
and smokers' supplies. Man Is never ( t'nie
better satisfied than wtu-n smoking
theiv choice brands.
The Rock Island Lumber ana Manu
facturing company, lumber and build
ing material for all purposes, houses,
barns, granaries. We will give you an
opportunity to save a bi(? per cunt- Let
us be of service to you.
Math's baKery ana conrecttonery
eiore, the tlnest la the tri-citieB.
liread, calies, pios, cookies and hot
rolls. They can't be beet. Moat peo
ple say they are superior to any homo
baking. Let them serve you.
We don't run your collars through
a set of rollers anymore to give them
thi curl. We mould them into shape
on our new collar moulder. It can't
crack them and leaves plenty of space
for tho tie. Parker Laundry company.
M. R. Igiehart, martoie and granite
works, save you the middleman's prci
its. From 15 to 25 per cent eaveJ or
every monument and a'l kiuJs of mon
-..menial work. Call at our shop or.
Secona avenue and see for yourBelf.
You don't have to send your collars
to Davenport now to have them mould
ed. The Parker Laundry company is
on their own reputation for purity,
delicacy and richness. Klegant, at
tractive packages designed to satisfy
the tastes of the most ilisi rimiuating
lii'yeis. Say you want, Gansert's next
you buy a box of candy.
I'se canned foods, They are pure
and whulesoiiie. Canned urn, stand
ard pack, fr.ur can 25c: No. 3 can lo
inatoc.s 10e; sv.eet po'atoes can 1.1.,
two cam; 25c; spinach van 15c; pump
kin three cans 25c. Phone us your
order, West OSS. Ku.si limann's gro
cery. lieautifu lawn Is (tip object of just
pride aud constant admiration.' At
O'Hara's feed store is the placo to buy
the choicest Kentucky blue grass seed
at 20c per pound; mixed lawn grass
seed 15c per pound; white clover seed
50c per pound. T. S. O'llara, 1420
Coinnare quality and value of Gnn
sert's Ajax chocolate with any oilier
make and you vviil find the reason fur
the constantly increasing and remaik
nbl" hdle.-i of Aj;ix luictilates. They
are piire -hoolate rai'iMcs of exfjuisiti;
flavor and sanit-iry paM nge. Put i;;
in one half pound and o:ic pound pach
ai;es. At yo'ir dealers.
you will be surprised and yet pleased ! just installing a collar mould, r and
to learn the low prices they are mak- j is prepared to do perfect collar work. :
;ap. ; Try them, 1314 Third avenue. Phone
Choose your wall paper from our j bl "-'J-exquisite
stock of new and handsome I We have a fall line of all the th intra
patterns. We take pride in having it.ou Will need for cleaning house;
put on with neatness and dispatch at good carpet brooms, bru.slies. wjsh-
retained iy the defendant.
Sues for Divorce.
Charles A. Sikes of Moline this
morning commenced suit for divorce,
his petition being filed in the circuit
clerk's office by Attorneys J. B. and
J. L. Oakleaf. He charges his wife,
Florence Sikes, with desertion.
low prices. P. J. Lee, 1203 Third ave
nue. Souders I-aunderlng company at 501
603 Twelfth street. This laundry it
equipped with the very latest modern
maeb'-aery, turning out work that la
powders; sweeping compounds, lyes,
sal soda; paint cleaners, a supply
cf these on hand will lessen your
labors. Get them at Kuschmaun's gro
cery. Ganserfs chocolates. Thcv stand
PUPILS GIVE PLAY
1 he eighth-second dats of the Lin
coln school has inaugurated the cio;
ifin of giving a play. Tliia afternoon
a' 1:140 the pupils of tho school were
entertained by the pupilu of the de
partmental clasi-cb, who prescnt'vl
Longfellow's ".Miles SUndish." Tie)
eightn-second pupils have recently
Ktudied ttiis poem and much interest
i'i being shown in tiie dramatizaiiou
69c for Children's Shoes Saturday 69c
Up to and Including sice 8 In kid, patent and tan leathers in
ton and lace effect, An accumulation of $1.00 and $1.25
hoe, especially priced for Saturday, choice
The Mark Cross Safety Razor
25c On Sale Tomorrow 25c
We obtained 100 of these wonderful Safety Eacs to sell as an advertising introductory
offer. The makers of these razors are allowing the largest dealers throughout this coun
try to make this special offer. They also guarantee them to be satisfactory in every way,
if not the purchase price will be refunded upon return )Rp
within 30 days. Saturday while 100 last jU
The Shoe Assortment at $2.54 j
in our s'cre is very noteworthy. 1
Included are new button bcots in black ,
and tan. You will be delighted with ;
the trim beautifui lines and the s'yl- j
ish sapes tha' are so evident. They :
rre splendid values. You will tind
seme delightful new shape? and lea'h-
' ers in pumps and oxfords tLat are just j
the thing for early summer wear. They
: ere also priced at $2.45.
PR1ESTER HK'KKY SHOE CO.
! Harper House Block. -'Adv.)
Glad to Give estimates.
Mr. Lamp, the plumber, will be glad
to give you estimates on your plumb-
hot watrr, steam and vacuum
heating. Telephone West 3. Lamp
Plumbing shop. 619 Seventeenth
, street. (Adv.
Me3xir.es that a:a nature are al
; ways most successfLi!. Chamberlain's
. Cough Remedy acts on this plan. It
! .'pcteos the cough, relieves the 1 ing
! cpens the secretions and aids nature
! In restoring the sys'em to a healthy
i condition. Sold bv al; ciruggists.
Makes Home Baking Easy.
Gives nicer, better food than baker's.
There is no baking powder like it
for hot biscuit, hot breads and cake.
Made from Pure Grape Cream of Tartar.