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THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS. SATURDAY, APRIL 12, 1913.
OF GOOD ROAD AT
East Moline Commercial Club
Entertains 154 Boosters for
ORGANIZATION IS FORMED
Nm -BHok Hawk Memorial High
way" la Proposed Meet at
HJtladale April 22.
Th rrwtwt good hard road boot
r nwHtUic both la nunr-r f people
present and enthusiasm, was jId in
Bast Moline laa ereniT.;;, under Me
aupplcea of the East Moline cf r
claj club. One hundred and f.M- f-.w:
ou. of town pood roads booth's ;.,,d
about a hundred local men,
a total ff over two hundred and !l:':.
fat down to enjoy a banqupt pr-pare-i
by the ladies of the Congrega'ional
ohurrh of Mollne.
Th expense of thli bandit ?nd
the M!t-r;r!lnm-iit was p;,id by -he liv.
v ; r - iiui-.iss in'n iiini manufacturers
of Ha1-' Moline.
This meeting was the result of an
s.gpret.H,ve campaign 'oward S'-ouring
en : gunlzLtion which in 'l.e nar
t j - 1 1 will htiiid a hard road connect
iiiK Mast Moline, Hill-dale and y-er-l.t.u.
The Kant J'olii;.- Coiiimero.al
' ! .t) having been the in? t igaio's of
'lis campaign during tin- early fall
i ' las: ar. and 1:. t ,. ,,vt
lliotill.x have b n .',,! ,y tliu
Tri-C'j 0"-an to Ocean tt.Vu ia High,
.'ay asyoei.-.tion, and ili.-.r M-cretarv,
.. V.. Ni; ;-..
A. H .?(.!. nf n. pros-. f).-i - f ('ion.
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Ti'-t- I, .11 which is , Ih -:. i i i t d
to -i. .r- -nt i:i;no..- .x"!nti;r-. Mr.
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T fi.rv p. i-i. rial .-f.-r to tin r
r-na'.T.. ;.i,i r. p; ta i . - 'o the
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I!(ms of Ka-' M". ". m !m is M,- pr-s
!dn' of i1:- V.i-' M-l'ii- UaiiJ ccmi
pany. Mr !: . 's aVu t--i ' 1 -1 1 of
ttio Tri i :i it. nil tu ). -.. u !I.ifhay
i hhoi l;r ii.h. ai.d h- I'liVf mi iiitf--. iM1r
talk. i;rv.t:ir tip n n.i .1 lat ion of an a
M.liiillo;. .. (if'll'T t!l" Ititl-'-r'- l.f
h lii.nl n froii Kast Mol.n to S it
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Kiin't-. raw an -! tj. t.: is.pn.-s ih
faor of tho 'I'i.i' b'.l ynd also "hf
laird r I from K.irt M'.;:t.c t( st-r-Mr
Vvlof i.dv.i ii!.-a ,,f
biilld.t.. II. h bard mail ;t a ln tuorlal
'o Hark Hawk u'.d 'In- ladatK who
"r- tb. or'i. : Mai ow in i s of 1 Ii ).. . 1
t'fi.l liook rtwr ai:.'.v. Mr M.li-r
h'ii'-il Ihat In- fi T ront;,l..i:t thai If
tin' ii''i r ctior's wt-io p.r fort's !ha'
1 a' lonal a i:d slilN- aid ioiiI.'. l. ;-curi'.l
for Irs ":'.r' ii'iil.i r roa ! b i -a-.ai of
li.nlnc it 1 1 1 ad -rl it-f (1 and r.c.iKti'.z
d iih- th" "I'lack Hank mota-rial
li :if 1) n '
'l b- iirxf ypi i'ker af V H Mr
Iti'vr- of I'. i k If.mi'I, lin ',a'.- 0!.
( f bl- !! .!.' K'p''':tr ;.!..! ni.' ft:nc talk-;
l.-slif ll.iiinn tlf II llh.l.i'- nla .ii-d
la il-tai! wliut he rolls ul-rt-.! ".- r-a
nous wi-r- why b" ofT.ria! ( I'i.airo and
ttiiiM lo.l.l sl.o..M .,. 'It J ;.,
M..( 1 M U fiir'ron . f M ii i;.' tav
a talk :n which he nwl Kas' I.i',;i:c
I Absolutely Free
20c Can Chi-Namel Varnish
If VOU nrpcont tViic Cnrrr
During the Demonstration f
Riess' Drug Store
7th Avenue and 7th Street
April 14th and 15th
What Is Chi
An ' erla: ii g at !.:s:i. ra h in ( l.me.-e (in. tontains uo rosin or ben
zine; flows out pcrfecth; slues i.o brush marks or laps; re-(H.iiia-
What Is Chi-Namel for:
To make old woodwork look like i.rw. To keep new wood from look
ing old. To preserve its n.Tura! beauty. To make wood water
proo'. wear-proof, t tue proof. To brighten up old furniture and
gne i.ew io'.or and 1 ister.
We do not ask ou to take our word tor The ;ua!it.cs of Chi Namel
Varnish We will g.ve ou'rlgbt to anyone who will buv a new lnc
tarnish brush !!, wh .-h to a;i ,y ;t Uud thus ir.ure it' a fair trial,
n 2V fi.e tan fr:n our si; el;' .. k free.
It will cost cu ret. eg to te-t tre above clairrs.
20 CENT CASH
The holder of this oi-pt: upon
a l''C v.irn.sh brus1- iL inch t7.
tan of Chi Nana I X.f.i-h i'rc;
may a; ply on th- p..n i.a.M ,f ar,
P. I O AMr-ff
and other boosters that himself and
the city whom he represented could he
depended on to do their share toward
furthering the proposition.
MRM OF AID.
The next speaker was W. J. Doherty
of ("i'.nton. who is considered one of
the greatest hard road boosters in the
state, and who wag the only represen
tative from Illinois at the last fed
eral aid oonress held at Washing
ton. Mr. Kohertj- is the vice president
of he Illinois division of the trans
continental road, bir he very emphat
ically assured fl:e Rook river route
boosters that lie would do all in his
power 'oward assist 'nz in Improving
and advertising the S'erling and Quad
r:'y Hook river route.
H. liesl.e S:ni'h of Davenport, who
is secretary of the Iowa State Automo
bile association. gave a short talk on
what organized efforts have done in
Iowa and uraed organised efforts In
Ili.nois alone the same line.
The lam sp-aker was A. FT. N'lssen.
secretary treasurer of the Tri Ci'y
Ocean to Ocean Off.cial Higliway a.-sr
ijitlon. who nreed that an organiza
an b- fffect-d imrru'diately 'oward
s-cnrine !li- resi Ks desired. Mr. N'is
m ii epiain- 1 the great results accom-plit-I'M-d
in Iowa during: l.e past two
-a;:-!, by r-asnn of the organization
of cff:c:al highways, and pledged h:s
supfior' and arlsfatire to make the
East M .line and Sterling Rock river
Kou'e Highway Improvement associa
'ion a s';cess. Mr. Nlssen also ex
plained that a strong organization had
alr-iidy been perfeCed known as the
Mississippi Scer.ic Highway associa
' -n. He also exp ained that the as
soc a'ion of hich he was secretary
has plrdged it self nor to recognize or
endorse o:!iier of these to rival high
ways u'lMl a careful inspection of
same havii been mad-, and a suooess
t'tt! ( r,an iza ' ion perfected toward t"
euriur in-.mediat improvcm-tit.
Ol Kll : HOSRV.
Af ' r Mr. N iysi n tsiiknj it was tinani
n ou.-iy ijecidt d to eft-ct a preli-nin-i-ry
organization at Mils meeting, mj
"bat a tm.porary president and chair
man I..- t-pi tt il. also a delegate from
itch tow n.-liip fn 111 l)aei'po;' to St-r-ll'-g.
a' Miis tn-i'ing to f-rve until
ar.other mi'it-lng which will be held
at Hillsnac Tuesday. April
The follow 'tig officers and delegates
w -t i- i ;-.--1 J :
I'M "- don' A. 15. Johnson, Ka.-t
Secretary- .1. F. Mill. Hillsdale
!. !( gates S'erling. I.. B Whiffen;
I.yndoi! tin. ribi.lp. W. K. MMlikeii; Kne
toAtisl.ip. it C Hun b-11; '.uw, town-s:-:p.
V. I.. Wait; Hamilton township,
Ancy UTIr'a si ; Moline. l-'red K. Young;
Davenport, M. I.andauer; Hopkins
town.-lop. Will H. Hunt; Fet.un town
sli.p, Thomas Hoffman; Canoe ("reek
ownsh:p. J. V. M il; I'oe township, K.
D'Tialioo; Kiis' Mol.iie, Caorge I..
Walker; Keck Island. K. 1 1 Guycr.
Diif-rent ci'ios. villages and d;stric'B
were represented hk follow : Ster
ling. "; Lyndon. Krle. 40; Hillsdale.
J I . .tuna township. l'i; Waterlown.
4. Moline. 2.1. Rock Island. II; Davf'.i
porf. r,; Fulton. 1; East Moline. I"";
.losiii;. 1; Oshorn, 1; Harstow. fl.
i;itlK. mtiM.s hm.
T'..(. Krie delegation were acconi-pa'-i-d
by a 16 piece band, who added
i: great (leal 'o 'he enjoy men and
en' busiasm of the occasion.
Kesolu'ions were adopted, thanking
the Hast Mul ne Commercial clvib the
1 ewrpapers of the tri-cities and Ster
ling, the ladies of the Congregational
churi Ii. who served the baniu-t, the
mauufae' iir-rs and business men of
East Moline. who paid the expenses
of Mr-, entertainment and all who
1 :pe. to make this meetlni; the great
success it was A special resolution
uas also adopted favoring the Tue
INFANT CHILD IS
FOUND DEAD IN BED
lvona May, the infant daugh er of
Mr and Mrs Leo Ingo'.d. 2"7 Six'h
:tenue. w.'i., found dead in bed this
.corning. A- 2 o'clock the child was
m perfect health. A verdict of d-a'h
due to tta'ural causes was returned by
tin- coronira jury.
r' - rch.istrg at our store
i is entitled to one 2"o
o' the 1 ue of coupon
NEWLYWEDS IN A
Eacine Couple, Visiting in Rock
Island, Outwit Crowd of
ESCAPE ON SWITCH ENGINE
Rice Thrower Hire Automobiles but
Bridal Pair Frustrate Well
By a thrlUme Right in a switch en
pine a ro::plo 0f neulywess, who are
now spending thir honeymoon in
Itock Island, escape,! a crowd of wed
ding jok-rs. following a ceremonial
which oa: place at the home of the
bride in Racine, Wis., Tuesday after
noon.. The persecutors were taken
completely off their guard, and the
tables were completely turned. Mr.
and Mrs. Charles Valt-.?i were f.,(.
star actors in the drama. Th-y are
now being entertained at he home
of Mr. and Mrs. T. G. Gillespie, 4213
Bikini i hifmi ov .ion .
Some 7." guests at the wedding gath
ered in a formidable array to heer
the happy couple on their departure
for the honeymoon trip. The bridal
pair had arra.iged to harW an auto
mobile, which :iiey inT'-tided to use as
a meang (.f flight thj- depot. t..
aernt having la-en persuaded to care
for the derelict buzz wagon.
The crowd, g-'tinc wind of the
scheme, procured Mi- service of half
a dozen automobiles and were gaily
awaiting the first en"ure of their in
tended victims. Rice, old shoes, con
fetti and every conceivable missile em
ployed on occasions of this kind had
been gathered and affixed to the bridal
At this juncture, I'cter Hotlser. lif.j.
long friend of Mr. Walton, was taken
in'o counsel. Peter, with a desire to
aid his boyhood friends, hastily be
thought himself (f a switch engine be
longing to the St. Pan! road. The
tracks of 'lie rai way company run im
mediately in the rear of the bride's
home and it was a simple mat'er to
hustle he "shunter" within striking
TOOT-TOOT, l.llilll Ml K.
When the scene had about reached
its climax and all was expec'ancy,
came a shrill trot-toot from the rail
way tracks followed by a scurrying of
feet and with a last despafrlng leap
the bridal pair sprang on their iron
steed. Mr. Saitoh Engine, waving a
hilarious l ye-bye to those whom th-y I
had outwitted. Pursuit was futile. With
the engine tearing off speedy chunks
of distance nothing remained but to
sit back and laugh at the generalship
of the besieged.
Mr. Hi user, who is assistant yard
master at the St. Paul yards, toolj
the bridal pair out to the new electric
line and saw- them safely on board a
train for Kenosha. From Kenosha the
fugitives embarked for Rixk Island.
GUEST OF POLICE
J. Abdallah Peddles Rare Orien
tal Silks and Linens With
out City License.
An oriental notable with a name that
resembles a tailor-made oigar-t title
yesterday brought to Ko k Is'.-nd t
highly incensed Assyrian atmosphere.
.1. Abdallah. th rough his "pull" with
the lord high chancellor of the wor
shipful harem, had s tired a number
of silks and linens alleged to have been
woven by the voluptuous female slaves
who are wont to recline upon an eider
down divan, gracefully extracting nic
otine fumes from the business ( aid of
a sleiid-r dope sti, k.
These be would dispose of to the
American lady "era chip." Despite
the fact that the beautiful and costly
European textures are manufactured
in ia!eibi:rg. ill, Abdallah was doing
a thriving business here, as the good
housewives "fell" for his line of "bunk"
without a word of dissent. oflio. r
Fi'gi raid eot a line on the s"untkand
upon barn-.tig that Abdallah had neglect-
d to lake out a peddler's license,
off '.Ted to entertain the distinguished
visitor at the city jail. This morning
a fne of $." and costs was assessed.
LOCAL TEAM LOST THE
DEBATE AT DUBUQUE
The local high school deba'lng team
lost to D:.biH)ue last evening The
three judge? vo'ed unau niously
against the Roi k Island men. The
question discussed was the it.i"ia'lve
and the referendum. The inability of
Lamed Eklund to ac-ompmy the t-am
proved a serious handicap.
ANOTHER BOX'OF CLOTHING
SENTT0 FLOOD SUFFERERS
Another box of clothing, consigned
to the flood sufferers in the Ohio In
diana district, was packed and sent
upon its journey at the police sta'ion
this morning Contributions are still
being received and fiius far the c'i:-tf-as
of Rock Island have responded
tobiv. Th ! u.k- t;-v- reorived ;: -r
yi.fiuo )n cash contributions and in
addi'ion seerai consignments of cl.vn
ing have been snipped to the devastat
Scarborough Governors Aid.
fpr-refle?d !H.. Aj. r;I 12 --Tari-ain
W alter E. Scarborough of iVimpar v c.
I "otrth iLfsctry, l. x. (j , stat.ontd at
Carbondale. was detailed in a special '
order from the office of the adjutant
general yesterday as an aid on the ;
staff of the governor. j
LOONEYiN A PLEA
OF GUILTY; FINED
Admits Mailing Obscene Liter
ature and Pajrs $500 in the
United States Court.
iP;-- -ial M The Argus.1
Springfield. !U., April 12. Johtv
Lorney, ed;ror of the Rook Island
News, through his attorneys. Gillespie
and Fitzgerald, of this city, pleaded
guilty -In the United States district
court this noon to th- ( .-arge of send
ing oh-eene li;er.-"-:re through, th
mails and was fined by .Iiuig Hum
phrey $r.i0 and cost.-, which he paid.
Ixioney was in the city, but did not
appear in court.
The ar'icl,. In ou-ion attacked
Mayor H. M. Schriver of Rock Island
and was published during March of.
Assistant District Attorney Con
verse stated this afternoon he had had
Ixjoriey's nli a of guilty for several
days, but o,:iil ni t til- it until lie go"
the money. Today he received the
amount. $.".fa', and the- plea was filed
this noon. liOoney had len h-r-three
or four days recently seeking
another continuance from the April
erm. as h wanted to go to New Mex
ico for hi6 health, but the disirut at
torney would uot consent tj it, so the
plea of guilty was made
Professor Barstow, Local Clair
voyant, Mysteriously Van
ishes, Leaving Bond.
Professor l'arsfow, the crystal gaz
er who fell into the clutches of the
law, following an expose of his meth
ods by L'li-year-old Let he Kendrich,
whose downfall he is alleged to hae
attempted, has mysteriously disappear
ed, leaving in the lurch two Hock Is
land men who signed his bond in the
amount of ii. The police are hot
on the trail, but up until press time
the oily soothsayer had not been lo
cated. At the time that the professor was
found guilty on two charges, his case
was appealed to the county court.
"Con" Gleason and Dan Flynn signed
the bond. Yesterday afternoon Mr.
Gleasoii came to Commissioner Hart
and asked to withdraw from the bond.
The police immediately visited tne
clairvoyant's haunts on Second avenue
for the purpose of pla-Vg him behind
the bars until the proper security was
obtained. When they arrived at the
spirit shop, the bird hart flown. It
was learned from neighbors that the
professor was last seen about his prem
ises Thursday evening at 5 o'clock.
Colored Resident Dies.
Mrs. Jane Griggsby. who was born
!n the south during the days of slavery
died last evening at 8;o at the home
of her daughter. Mrs. llattie Miller,
f2i Eighth street.
The deceased was 7S years of age
and was born in. Virginia. She was
twice united in marriage. For years
she lived at Hannibal, Mo, but in July
last year she came to Rook 1 Taid to
make her home with her daughter.
There survive fi children: Clay
Johnson. Kansas City. Mo.; Viunie
Johnson. Hannibal; John Griggsby,
Davenport; Alethia Griggsby and Mrs.
Hattie Miller, both of Rock Island.
The funeral will be held Monday af
ternoon at 2 o'clock at th MeKinley
Raptist church. Lev. Mr. Whitfield will
officiate. Interment a 11! be made in
Notice to Contractors.
Rids will be received at T a. m.,
April 21. l:i: f.r n'met;iig an
S inch sewer on ':!' r-'li avenue,
Tenth to Eleventh s'reits.
HARRY M. SCH RIVER,
President of Hoard of Local Improve
menf s. Ad )
really makes your dinner taste better.
Our Iauiid--ring makes it white. Care
ful ironing giws v a silkv finish -you
n.ay depend upon ;t. ai' l:;,en i- spot
lessly clean when la-.n-dcr. d by us.
And not only 'ha'-it :s returned to
:' withrut holes, starched ju.-f rig'ut
i-i. d ironed perfet tly e- en.
Fhone West 217.
L. E. BAKER, Prop.
631 Seventeenth Street.
Plan of Increasing Pay of Wo
men Workers Discussed by
PROVES A BIG . SUCCESS
Most of Speakers Oppose Scheme Be
lieving It Will Result In Higher j
Prices for Goods. !
The minimum wage for women work
ers, so strongly advocated by Lieuten
ant Governor Rarrett O'Ha'ra, is not
. very popular in Rock Island. At least
: the majority of the speakers at the
! joint meeting of the Men's federation
j of the churches of the city and the
Tri-City Federation of Labor held last
evening at Industrial hall were oppos
, ed to the move.
HHT OK SKHMt.
The meeting last evening was the
first of a series. The two organiza
tions have so much in common that
it has been decided to continue a per-
; manent committee w iih full power to
arrange future gatherings. An Invita
tion to hold the next conference at
the Rroadway Presbyterian church was
W AfiK Q KVIlov
The subject for discussion last even
In? was a minimum wage for women.
W. A. FVewert acted as temporary
chairman of the gathering. He called
the meeting to order and made a brief
statement as to the purpose of the
session and of the desire of the Men's
federation to cooperate with the Fed
eration of Labor. R. A. Evans, presi
dent of the Tri-City Federation of La
bor, was made permanent chairman
and introduced as the first speaker.
Professor A. J. Rnrton. principal of
the Hock Island high school.
Professor Burton read a carefully
prepared paper on the suhject under
discussion. He spoke of the low wages
paid to women and the Increasing cost
of living and quoted figures to show
that one-sixth of all the females above
10 years of age were employed. "They
work the same hours as the men and
do the same work in piany instances,
yet are invariably underpaid. The av
erage wage paid men is $490.60 and
that paid women is ?272," said the
speaker. The influence of the entrance
of women into the industrial field was
considered, showing its tendency to
break up the domestic life so natural
to women and its baneful effect upon
child mortality. The health of women
is so impaired through being forced to
stand on their feet and work long
hours, that their offspring, is weak and
unhealthy. In Chicago out of every
Loon babes, Ida die during the first
i;lST tt IfiK !M.
John K. Shank from the labor fed
eration followed, showing that nothing
just happened but that everything was
the result of a cause. He contended
that the basis of all life, whether ani
mal, vegetable or human, w as economic
and that environment had everything
to do with growth and development.
He showed that food, clothing and
shelter were ne-essary for the com
fort of human beings and that thesp
were denied to many because of the
present competitive system. He made
the assertion that ft 7 per cent of all
crime was due to environment. He
stated he was opposed to any minimum
wage for women, because as long as
source of supplies is owned by the rich,
they can raise the price of goods,
making up the difference they would
have to pay in increased salaries.
"The poor are paying all they can now
lor goods without having the price
iiu reased any." was the way the speak
er looked at the matter.
The plan of a mTTrimuin wage for
iih n was advocated by Rev. C. .1 Soder
gren. He believed that if the men
leoeived sufficient wages to support
their families properly, the women
would not have to work. He frankly
admitted he was not an enthusiastic
advocate of a minimum wage for wo
men and said that it wis only a rela
tive matucr F.nd would not settle the
question. "Women have a perfect
right to work. howev." said the
speaker, "although I deplore their en
t ranee into the business world. There
are two classes of women workers,
skilled and unskilled. I believe the
ui.i killed women should do domestic
work and that the odium which is now
attached to housework should be re
moved. I believe that skilled 'women
workers should be paal for what they
d,.-. regardless of their sex."
llil IK NOT I'llOI II HI K.
"if virtue was as profitable as vice,
we would soon have a virtue trust."
commented J. a. Xelnon, the next
Fpeaker. He beiicved that until the
i profit sstem was done away with, no
economic reljf for women could be
looked for "ar.d the ruling class will
not injure their dividends," be de
clared. V'tl! I. JI KfcTION'.
The moral sid-- of the wage question
was considered by C. D. M Lane.
While he admitted that man had an
animal nature, he showed that his
splri'iifl side was the most import
ant and that the t.estion of a mini
mum wace for women must be con
siuered in its rela'ion to the morals
1 of the toilers "Wb..n l,o;h the boss
the laborer get together and both
desire jus'ice. we will easily solve
lalor problems." was Lis parting as-i-onion.
Il l 1KN Midi II OUK.
The last of the set sp-eches was
r-hen by M. L. Morrill. He too was
atiinst the minimum wage scale and
said rhat if all the able bodied men be-t-'.-n
IS i-nd 4." were m ployed at
i sonic useful iutor, ocieii would not
THREE "Onyx" DAYS
Have been set aside
by the Distributors of
for Your Benefit
appeal to all.
We are pleased to unite
with them and have
made Special Efforts to
give you Good Service
B 2285 Women's "ONfX" Seamlcsa SilV Lie Black, White
and Tan. Otrr Regular 3 for $1.(K) Valnt
" ONYX" DAY J?R1CB, 25c. pr pr
H 408 Women's "OKYX" SlIV LWe In Black oolT. ResnUr
retail Value 60e. "ONYX" DAY PRICE, 3 pair lor $1.00
MO Women's "OXYX" PureThreafl Silk hi BUck,WWte and Tan.
Regular 50c. Value. " ONYX" DAY PRICE, 3 pair for $1.00
Women' "ONYX" Pure Thread Silk, a fine merfhna weight in
Black oolj with "Dub-1" Garter Top of Silk or UM) High
Spliced Heel : " Doublex " Sole of Sflk or IJle. Regular $1 35
and $1.60 Value. "ONYX " DAY PRICE. $1.00 per oalr
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have to work. He believed that no
permanent relief could be expected
I under a competitive system.
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Rev-.T. R. tN'ewland of the First Metho
' dlst church, speaking for the commit
tee which had arranged tho first of the
! series of joint meetings, then made
! a brief talk, commenting on the suo
I cess of the gathering and asking if
; further sessions were desired. A mo
tion was immediately carried tUm the
Let Me Attend
; to your wall paper wants this
Complete line of wall paper
j samples for 1913 just arrived.
! Estimates for painting and
paper hanging furnished on re
quest. i P. J. ZEITLER
j 1117 Eleventh Avenue.
! Phone West 1988.
Used Cars at Bargain
Woods Electric Coupe Ratter
ies and car in lirsi class con
dition. Midland Ifll model, fore doors,
new top, jiffy side curtains.
and seat covers, fully equip- H
E. M. F. Five pass, fully equip
ped, top. windshield and
Reo Two cylinder, fully equip
ped. Ycgv-Don Sales Co.
It Must Be All Over Town
Thank You! Thank
For somebody is sending everybody to our nejv location and private
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Neatest, cleanest, most expensive
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committee be made permanent and
that It be given full power to arrange
future gatherings. The offer of Dr.
Wk S. Marquis for tho use of
Rroadway Presbyterian church for
the next meeting was gladly accepted.
The meeting was unusually harmon
ious and the best of spirit was mani
fested, Indicating a close nnlon be
tween the two organizations la being
effected and t.hat this will prove
IF YOU WANT TO BUY OR
SELL ANY KIND OF HOUSE
HOLD GOODS. WE PAY THE
HIGHEST PRICES. BE SURE
TO CALL AND BE CONVINCED.
1505 SECOND AVENUE.
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ai ioia &cora avenue.
Bx ine same as any ether Bank.
jewelry or any hiah arade article.
and private loan parlors west of
Celebrated a the
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messenger boy. Open evenings. I.