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THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS, FRIDAY. APRIL 11, 1913.
Will Install 640 Additional
Lines and Increase Floor
Space in Exchange.
HANDLE 4,954 PHONES
Deal for New Building Site Is Formally
Closed Today $7,300 la Sum . Milk off'-re a cheap, easily digested
and nutritious article of d!?t. A quart
Involved. tn,,l. (.ori.air,g as r.iu,h nutrition as
on quarter of a pound of beef or six
The Central Cnion Telephone com-'ounceH of bread,
panv todav cloned a :.:wt re altv deal U Is the one perfect food for in
wherebv th H. W. Tremann lot, lo-1 fan's, children and invalids.
wd at Eighteenth street. Just off i The thief bulk of milk is watr, the
F-vi-nth avfinir, i8 acquired an a ite!amoun of whi. h may vary even in or
lcr the new exchange buildliw; to bo'dinary unnJulteruted m'lk from '. V r
reefed thin year. At the Bame time ! rPr '" a n,"r pre di.r: 'v. per ocn'; in
announcement la marie that ,itiiv : an unustsMly r ch niilk the ave-rge 18
Improvements will be mad" in the old
quarters, in order to facill'ate and im
prove tli service up until the s
home in in r'H'linffia.
The company has appropriated. lr,
f"'0 for immediate extensions to its
I'.ork Island switchboard. This amount
will be spent this spring entirely for
additional switchboard equ pmT.t, to
t;ik i are of t.iie new orders that are
1)' it.g recHved by the contract depart
In fwtotxr. 1911, the Be!i company
spent $Mi,iiftn on RddiMonal switrh
hoards nnd cables and linen, to meet
the rush of orders which began at
atxut that time. Six additional oper
ator's positiotiR cr then provided,
aud Oic perioral opinion was that 'lie
Ror Inland exchange was amply
equipped for two years to come.
As lo cable?, the estimate was not
about S7,p"r cent. The solid matter
is mr.de up of protein, fat. carhohy-
d;ai"s m:r..-:!!l ma'tT.
protein is in the
r.:;es and fluid?: the Fame quality is
found In the whit of epg, lean mei.t. or
P"as. bears. et. In milk the rrinc'.pal
protein Is calU-d capein
CJU JNJJrwv. I 1 .
the only gainer by this process of edu
cation, for the mothers who are better
off Cnanc'ally are gradually learning
what clean milk means. Tb educa
tional campaign has reached the moth
er who is rich aa well as the mother
who is poor, and so the world is mov
Inr slowlv onward to the goal when
no baby will die from lack of proper j
And there Is still gTeat opportunity
for education, plenty of fields for har
vest in the big cities especially.
rarnts are being told nowadays
the difference between mothers' milk
and cows' milk. They are being '
brought to realize that the two milks
are very different. They are being
fchown how to modify cows' milk so
that babies will not suffer from lack
of nourishment or finally die from that
, ISKAT yaw FFI rROPEIU-Y.
At one time babies were fed on
: cows' m:lk in every way but the right
war. it was modinea by no proper
BIG GLASS WILL
AT HIGH SCHOOL
Ninety-one Practically Assured
of Diplomas and Possibly
The senior ctees of the local high
school met last evening after school
and accepted the class day program,
which was suggested by the program
committee, composed of Clyde Buff am, i
Veda Grove and Eleanor Dahlen. The j
senior class, which will graduate May
30, is the largest that has ever receiv- j
ed diplomas at the local school. At j
This Week Will Be Suit Week
at The "Bee Hive
The display this week will be the most complete we have ever shown.
Recent arrivals have brought the range of styles, qualities, and sizes to
the highest point of perfection, at all prices from $9.9$ to $4.1. Suit for
the slender figure, the stout figure, the average figure, all can be suited
These formula, no method that keT..t the child
The food value of frorn crv;ng day and tiitht. The baby
irma'im of body r.s- !. aKiu- lnt !n weiehr riav after dav. and
the mother, grandmother or nurse had
to hold the baby in her arms constant
ly. And all this would be a terrific
strain cn the mother, and in fact, ail
Fat of milk is commercial the mos-t ; thp fanvlv al! because ro os had
important of i's cr.nstiturntH. F.n- f jie(,n inforr-ied on the great subject of
how to feed babies on cows' milk.
a tho tn irrs r.t l.nfrt-r nnrt en'rr lartf
1y into tie composition of ch'-ese. The
'amount of f;i? requ'red by most of the
'fate ig ?. per cent, although our best
1 da'ry men re roine l.ichfr than that,
j some of them pivinz t;s per cent.
The chi' f carbohydrate is l;ict se or
milk si:r;ir It averages anout a per . ;ngton, -under one year of age,
! cent, of the total solids and is the heat Ai in 110
present there are 91 students who are
reasonably sure of graduating this 1
May, and there will probably be 100
who shall complete tjielr high school j
course at that time. There was some
d'scussion last night concerning the ;
p'antinc of an ivy, a ceremony which
was held lest year, but in view of the '
fact that few of the students could
v r the iiirnT.itis; ci the irrertr. ?.nd
Btill fewer would be able to hear the
poem on the pian'ng, it was decided'
to have a class pcem In place of the j
planting. The junior class also met J
last evening, and WiM "Whisler, presi- j
'dent of the class, appointed Will Glass.
F:arl Chalk. lies Gansert and Horace,
Mason ushers for the class day exer-:
' cises. and he also appointed Helen)
Marshall. Margaret Myers and Hazel
The baby might struggle, along un- welier to assist the ushers In dec-
til old enough to stand one of about a i orating the assembly room for claBs
h"ndred d'fferent food preparations, j ay and also the Illinois theatre for
and finally stsrt to prow and develop. ; commencement. Winifred Reck, Mary
Or it mient be one of 1o4,.d re- jlorr'son and Aiberita Richards were!
ported i,y tne census oirector at w asn-1 namo,j t0 prepare invitations to the I
who i ria!K excursion to be given May 2S. 1
Class day comes May 29 and com-;
mencement on the 30th. The program
arranged for the class day is as foi-
Unusual Variety and
Value Here Nolv at
All wool serges, mixtures, whipcords and diagonals. Any of these
suits would be priced from $3 to $5 more at most stores. Styles the newest,
variation enough to please any taste, and satisfaction in every one of them.
Flore New Coats Every Day
No wonder our coat section is always busy we never have shown coats
so strikingly beautiful in style and fabric. The prices, too. are mighty in
teresting to the woman who demands style and service at a reasonable
JTEW JO'IOB COATS Dozens of different modele
able for small women.
-many of them suit-
nilfi r n'THV i rOflllC r. 1 Tkl. n-l. rv.nthna on1 1 Vi I
" ' j 1UID IB "Uu J.iUEki luuiui o auu iciu-
mii.k run niui:. rs do not know: "That cows' milk
The most importar. point concern- j contains 3 to 4 per cent cf fat, 4 to
-rrr ing the milk supply is the artificial ;43i per cent of milk sugar, and 3li to
of proteids or solids; that moth
ers' milk contains 4 per cent of fat, 7
only cer- per cent of milk sugar and 12 per
That the: cent of proteH's or 6olids: that hen
milk de- cows' milk is diluted with water to cut 1
pots has reduced the mor'ality rat SO ! down the proteids or solids the fats j
feeding cf Inf.mts. Milk for children ; Ci
jmust be absolutely clean. Hence, if
jthey must be artificially fed,
tifi'cl miik should be ued
'establishing of the infants'
Breathe Hyomei and Be Rid
Catarrh Clear Stopped-up
Nature has a remedy for catarrh and
troubles of Hie brca iiitig organs, a
treatment that is far b'-ttt-r than dos
ing the stomach with medicine.
It is the healing oils and balsams of
Hyoimi wlui-h medicates the air you
breathe, reaching the m"st remote air
-elU in the nobH. throat and lungs.
kllhiiK the catarrhal germs, and re
storing health to the mucous mem
brane. In iihing Ilyomel you are treating
your c.'.t:iri ha! trouble with the nat
Ural reiii'-dy, for II glvs a curat..ve
air baih to the air passage. It has
powerful healing an antiseptic effect
Minllar to the air in the mountains
where the forests give off the fragrant
uti'l healing balsams.
per cent is st.ited by Dr. Colt, the fath
er of certified milk. Not only has the
baby le.-n paved, but the poor mother
has been taught something of the value
of milk us food and the care ir must
have In Uie home. She has not been.
and sugars are reduced below what
they should be so that, either the
baby has too much proteids. which is
the curd in the milk and which cannot
be digested, or not enough fat or sugar.
i far wrong, but the additional appara
tus is now all in use, and an equal
amount mu.-t he added at once, to mevt
the 1I1 mauds of merchants, profession- the
al men and r sideuts for increased tel
i kkim: fi.ooh space.
Plans have been made for increas
ing the floor spate in the operating
room of the local exchange, which will
provide additional switchboard room
f( r four more operators in each shift.
the equipment and lines at Rock Is
land have been brought to a higher
standard to conform to the plants of
sister cities. The Bell company
lias put fcrtli great efforts in the past
two years to extend and develop its
rural service to East Moline, Taylor
Ridge, Reynolds, Erie, Hillsdale, Port
! Byron. Cambridge, Orion, Coal Valley,
I Lynn Center, Alpha, Aledo, and all the
I nearby towns.
I DISTRICT HEADQUARTERS.
Piano solo Katherine White.
Address of welcome Hubert Ward.
Class history Veda Grove.
Quartet Glenn Reid, Dale New-,
land, Donald Vance, Glenn Fry.
Presentation of gift to school
Acceptance Charlotte Murry.
Sketch Dorothy Horblit, Jessie
Presentation of gift to juniors Earl
Acceptance Aiberita Richards.
Class will Eleanor Dahlen.
Class poem Julius Harris.
Piano duet, Anna Rettig, Emma
Class prophecy Mar'on Cleave'and.
Farewell address John Hawes.
Marshals Bernard Ingram, Nell
Pianist Elizabeth Olmsted.
$4.98 to $25.00
Urinz the School Girls to The "Bee Hive This Week
Tor Coats, Dresses and Hats
We have made special effort this week to present an unsually large va
riety in the juvenile section. New dresses, coats and millinery here now
in better assortments than will be possible at any time later.
Wash dresses, from 50e to $5.00.
White lingerie dresses, $1.50 to 17.50.
Girls' spring coats, $1.60 to $9.9.
Rain capes, 6 to 14 years, $1.50 and $1.93.
All wool sweaters, $1.69 to $3.9S.
Rats for misses and children that are strikingly original and new, and
sure to please both miss and mother.
The 3ee Hibe
Second aad Brady, Davenport, Iowa.
Equipment for r.4. additional lim s will " ltn Plant extensions there
be installed. Hin lines for earn opera- has been a progressive rearrangement
tor. Iixliidiug the evening shift, this of the business organization of the
will PUP l-nitllov mellt IO six or Cieht Inial nffiniMlu liv u-liif-li Mnn-jour A 1
nyttnei i,hh i.eneuiea so man sui- i . ... . . women bv the end of
ferers of the orit caises of catarrh,
with offensive breath, raining of mu
i ous. freiii'"it Miet zing, droppings in
the throat nnd spasmodic touching
that It is sold under an absolute guar
antee lo refund the money if it dues
not do all tha' is claimed for i. If
the treatment does not help you, there
will not be a penny's expense, while
If it cuieji the cost is nominal. A
complete Hyomei Outfit sel's fer only
. Extra bot'les of bU d if la'er
needed f0 cents.
'I honiHS I it us company and drws
gistn eerhirc. (A'lv.l
t lie year.
Illll V HI 1141. r.nli K.
The te'.ej lioin- ser ice of the
tii-eiti.s l,;is .."en greatly improved
in Hi-' past ear in a number of im
portant respects. The termination of
the long di;; n out n go' at ions at
Moiine has enali'K d
proceed it li i hoi H
( -oUsti iK i 'o:i of u i id' i it rou .! d eble
throughout that city. The comple' icu
'of the new B"!l exchange at I)aven-
port gate taci'i'hs for nii'ie extensive
service oil tli.it s de of the river, while
i Beverlin'8 time is more and more de-
Mil lim ry
I IV Arc Sozv Shozving
a St w and Exclusive
voted to pushing the commercial part
of the business not only in Rock Is
land county, but in the two or three ad
jai ent counties which are naturally
tributary to ;.he tri-cities.
Rock Island is now a district traffic
headquarters, with a chief in (barge
the company to of operating throughout the north
;h and scientific wesiern si-ction of the state from
Rockford and Galena down to Quin'y.
J. H. Barlow, formerly of the state or
ganization at Springfield, has been ap
pointed to It, is responsible position,
bringing to the local and the toll ser
vice the benefit of his expert super
vision. IM HKAUK HIMMM,
In its advertising campaign a ear
and a half ago. the Cemral l uion com
pany stated tjiat it would soon be
compelled to erect a new and much
larger building, and to install m iih
new equipment. The time for th
DISCUSS LOW WAGES
The first of a series of joint meet-
lings of the .Men's Federation of the
'various churches of the city and the
Tri-City Federation of Labor will be
j held tonight at Industrial hall. The
! matter of a minimum wage for women
workers will be considered. It is
' hoped at, a later gathering of the two
organizations to have Lieutenant Gov
ernor Barratt O'Hara, who instituted
' the present white slave investigation,
make an address. The meeiing to-
' night will he at 8 o'clock and
hoped that the
Notice to Contractors.
Bids will be received at the mayor's
office 9 a. m., April 21, 1913, for paving
of Fourteenth-and-a-half street from
Seventh to Eighteenth avenues, with
asphalt. Plans and specifications on
file at office of city engineer. Con
tractor will be paid in bonds bearing
6 per cent interest. All bids must
be accompanied by a certified check
or cash In amount of 10 per cent of
HARRY M. SCHRIVER,
President of Board of Local Improve
and shrubs. C.uer now from the Dav
enport Nursery, east end of Locust
street. We do landscape gardening.
't iS j tji.,,.,- Virth JU'.n.Y
attendance will be j
Appeal in Incest Case.
Attorney B. A. Stewart of Moline
left today for Springfield. 111., with
the intention of filing an appeal witn
the supreme court on behalf of his cli
ent. Ernest B. Cowdery, who was con
victed of the crime of incest during
the present term of court and who has
alieady been sent to the penitentiary.
Every da.r ther? is something new and desir
able being showa at the England store.
Chan herlain's Stomach and Liver
Tablets are safe, sure and reliable.
'"l'""1'- " ul"e lUI' nit l ,,! hnn nrisH hv lhnnni1s nf
liiiiiiiuieiii oi mat prediction is ap
Public Sale of Valuable City Real Estate
On Tuesday, the 2Cnd day of April, next, at the hour of 10:15
o'clock In the forenoon, at the east door of the court house, in the city
of Rock Island, Joseph L. Haas, mas'er in thaneery. wil! sell at pub
lic sale, for cash, two certain parcels of land iu said city known as
IiOt No., eight ($, In block No. fourteen :l4i, in Spencer &
Case'a addition. Thi property is situated on Fourth avenue and is
known as No. 2013 of said avenue. There Is a dwelling house on this
lot. This lot is situated in the business part of the c ty.
A'.ao the south half r- of lot No. ten U0i. in block No. three (3),
in that part of the city known as Bailey & Boyle's addition. Th's lot
his a dwelling h-uge upon iL It may also le leearded as within the
business section of the city. This proper1 y is alo ktiowu as No. 2305
'i his p'operty belongs to the esra'e of H-nry S r imoti. deca.-ed,
ui.d is aoiJ i- the master in c'caicery by iltirte of the court.
Kmk Island, March 19, 1313.
MARY A. SIMMON.
Executrix of Said Estate.
proaching and thi6 flO.'-OU improve
ment is evidence of the iu'ention of
the company u carry out its prom-
The present add tions to the switch
board wiil enable the company to
serve a fo'al of ! C-"4 telephones i:i
Rotk Island, and this number will
proi p ily be obtained by Dec. 31, 1914.
If attaint d. it wi'i mark an almost un
precedented growth in business, from
about, 2. i'-i teb phones at the end of
If'!! to 5,"00 at th" end of 1914, which
means that telephone busine.ss Jias
more han doubled in three years. It
also shows that the larger the busi
ness gets the faster it grows, wlmh
Is not the genera! rule. However, tlie
telephone business is peculiar in that
the larger the exchange grows, the
' nmre connections a subscriber can get
'fcr h's money. a. every new telephone
makes tel. phone service a better bar
gain at the price asked.
EHI( E TO BE IDEAL
If the company's anticipation of
5."i0 telephones for a population of
"."."On people, Including the suburbs,
is realized by the end of vext vear.
Rock Island will stand high amotg
well equipped communities, having 14 ! HOLD GOODS,
telephones for every 100 of the pop-1
ulation, or one for every seven people.
women who have been restored to
health through their gentle aid and
curative properties. Sold by all drug
i ' - mu rt fi i - -
i A L L i
WE HAVE JUST RECEIV
ED A LINE OF BLUE BIRD
PINS. COME IN TO SEE
THE LUCKY BLUE BIRD
IS ALL THE RAGE.
J. RAMSER'S SONS j
Opposite Harper House.
fl A K I N OH
The $15 Tailor
You owe it to yourself to come here and
let me measure you for a suit this spring.
Absolute satisfaction is assured you. Why
not make your selection of a suit early?
What's What for Spring
As for styles the only restriction made to
clothes this spring is that they be plain.
Almost every desirable coloring is repre
sented here. Grays, rich browns and
tans and pretty shades of blues.
McCartney, $15 Tailor
120 Eighteenth Street.
Just a second north of 2nd avenue on 18th street.
Notice to Contractors.
Bids will be received at the mayor's
office 9 a. m., April 21, 1913, for paving
cf Fourteenth street, from Ninh ave
nue to E'ghteenth avenue, with as
phalt. Plans and specifications on
fil at office of city engineer. Con
tractor will be paid in bends bearing
5 per cent interest. All bids nn.st be
eccompanied by a certified check or
cash in kmount cf 10 per cent of the
HARRY M. SCHRIVER.
Preftd-r.t rt R-ejid of Local Improve-i-r.tt.
IF YOU WANT TO BUY OR
SELL ANY KIND OF HOUSE-'
WE PAY THE
HIGHEST PRICES. BE SURE
TO CALL AND BE CONVINCED.
3 r i
It taken at Unce
1505 SECOND AVENUE.
$500.00 grocery stock
and fixtures. Here's a
genuine bargain. Act
Care of Argus
Msrtfm'aMi i 'ra
WE BUY AND SELL SECOND HAND CLOTHES. UNRE
DEEMED PLEDGES AT BARGAIN PRICES.
ZIFFREN'S LOAN OFFICE
TELEPHONE WEST 701-X. 320 Twentieth St.