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THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS. MONDAY. AriUL 14, 1913.
RUN IS TOMORROW
I LOCAL ELKS ISSUE
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Bought and Paid For
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High School Track Athletes Will
Compete in Annual Event
Juniors Have Edge.
Beauties and Attractions of Tri
Cities Are Painted in Hand
Tomorrow afternoon, the annual in-ter-daKs
cross country run will be
held from tbe high school . building.
The course to l,e roup over is the
same as that of last year. The run
is a hard onp, bcng about two miles
In lencrth and, goiiig over hills and un
pavpd streets, where :r;ud puddles will
probably be In evidence. It is ex
pected that the record made last year,
12 minutes and 8 seconds, will be brok
en, since a larte number of fast men
are entprfri in the race for class hon
ors. The seniors have but a very few
nier entered and will probably not be
a factor in' the race, and according
to a preM i,t survey, the juniors or
sophomores iij;ur to bp the best in
the field, al'lio'ieti the freshmen have
fjuite a lari;p number of good men in
the race. Ti.'s morning, about 45
rami's worn on the list of those en
tered itid Coach G. D. Corneal said
i.e rxp'-cted this to increase to at
lfhFt CO, perhaps 71 The race is for
a silver cup. presented by the athletic
BKf ociutiori of the school two years ago
to be held a year by the class winning
the cross country run. Thp names of
the first foi:r racers to complete the
course !s engraved on the cup each
year and this unites a great deal of
interest in the race every year.
PAVING ORDINANCES ARE
PRESENTED TO COUNCIL
I'tomi'i- ir arm.:: the inatters 'if
cd before the (I' v ( i iv, ii i i f s ion at this
oftertK on s sej-siot, were two propos
ed paving ord.i:r,ee- o line 'or the
Jmprev ineiit i ' K;f''i -.-.venue b"tween
N' i ee ri t ii :i T r I T w T v T ti i rr .Treetk.!
and of Koii" '.t''tl'il t'reet between
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One of the scenes in great play to
be presented tonight at the Illinois
theatre. . .
rupin lids ii irauu - . ii" '
convention publicity committee of the . ";,'-
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.ucai jouge oi r-iKS. i new uuucuu
incorporates a purple aTid white color
srheme. At the top is a huge magni
fying glass centered upon Rock Is
land, which Is labeled "Reserved for
the Elks June 3, 4 and 5, greatest con
vention ever." The map of Illinois is V
shown to the right, with lines draw-i t?;Ji
trom every t-ik lodge m tne state, an j
of them centering at . Rock Island. p;T'"if!L
One of these posters has been mailed i Jt.k!
to every loage in Illinois. j
The poster is headed "Take a good
.ook at Rock Island. See our city !
through a magnifying glass. Does it ;
lock inviting to you Certainly. This ;
is nothing compared to the way we j
will show it to you in June. The lens ',
is not powerful enough to brins out 1
the advantages of our city, but B. P. !
O. E. 980 can and will. Make us
prove" it." j
Considerable space is devoted to a ;
description of the pleasure resorts I
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Third and Ninth avenue. The Blum
bers" ordinance fixing the standard : ad the sisters cities. The Watch Tow
and manner of installing fixtures In
the city was also brought up for the
consideration of the council.
er, Ijong View, the Rock Island, ar- fc fe
s enal, Campbell's Island. Scheutien j
park. Fejervary park. Suburban Ig- j
land, Riverview and Prospect parks .';
are all painted in g'owing terms. ! ;
A list of prizes for the parade f ;
criran Tr ti OCk ViaviniT the PTPflt- ( fJii
est mileage, the one having the great
est number in the parade and one
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lodge making tne bes. appearance ; -j.
t in the parade, satin banners will be j
: awarded. To the lodge having the !
j largest band in the parade will be giv
en flOO in gold. Other bulletins will
follow from time to time.
Over Night in Boston
that he attraced the attention of his
3&'SPw;wXW superiors. Success never just hap
pens; there is always a reason ror n.
The successful man must, be interested
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April 14 William A. Brady presents
"liought and Paid For," directly fiom
the Princess theatre, Chicago.
.April 15 Recital by Agnes Pope
April If. "The Confession."
April 20 Joseph M. (laites offers
Henry Kolker in "Orir Wives."
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in his work."
Joseph M. Caites has thosen what i
he believes to be the four most beauti
ful types on the American stage to
support Henry Kolker in his produc-1
tioii of "Our Wives," which comes to !
April 24 Henry V. Sagave presents the Illinois April 20 direct from a four
Otis Harlan in "Little Boy Blue." months' run at the Cort, theatre. Chi- j
1 kmpihk. cago. i ney are .Miss Marie ieonnarn,
; Vaudevi'ie Performances at 2:45 the handsome English actress, who1
an'i s. : j 5. scored so delightful a success in the '
i leading role of the New theatre's pro-!
dution of "Nobody's Darghter;" Isa
hel MncOregor, the charming auburn- j
haired Scotch comedienne; Eda von i
I.uke, well remembered in musical1
comedy, and Gwendolyn Piers, the vl- '
vaejous soi;thern girl who appeared in
the leading feminine role in "The i
Spendthrift.." Among the men in the j
ast are Mark Smith, who succeeded j
Frank Mclntyre as the star of "The !
Traveling Salesman;" William Roselle,
George Uraham and John Findlay, the I
inimitable character actor. The pifco 1
is a rollicking comedy or sex and
has had notable runs abroad.
Miss Wild ! rriina donna of the
ompatiy iieii;ng ;i half week's en
gagement today at the Ktnpire, giving
'Oxer NiM in llosttiti," des ribed as
a iniihii al fate .
TV M P I R F
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"Over Night in Boston"
Here but three days
lV7alir.cc any seat 15c.
Evening 10c and 25c.
Phone West 708.
AT THE ILLINOIS.
II. A. Wor'liing'on. president of the
Ch'iano & Ai'on railroad, in a talk to
1 th" cmj.'oyrs of his road, told th'-m
Ili''y could find h gciod lesson for tlieir
ot: iriiidance in "bought anil Paid
For." the play by George Broadhurst,
'wlini- c'l'res to the Illinois tonight,
liireri from its long enpatrement at the
: I'ri..-ess theatre, Wiil'ani A. Brady's
( hiiai;" playhouse. "There is uo sad-
' d r sii;ht i"iif ron' ing a i employer of
; mi n today li'i n to ft".' 'he larg" num
ber C'f old'T i:i"ii tilling Mip nie'iia! poHi-
i tions of life.'" he told them. "Men
', who are of cj.emplary habits, who are
'honest, r v-pretalilp nnl Intelligent, and
8'aatl well in the social world, and ye s
iwho live tlvir entire lives in me lial
routine p'.ac s. Many are ja ks of all
tti iles and masters of none, like Jimmy i
(iillry. one (f the vhnracU-rg now be-
, ing iT'vaed in "Bonj.ht and Paid
For"--u l-.o i!re alwnjs filjed with self
assurance anil had a world of ideas for
making money, and though he stoutly
sted that he could do almost any- :
thinr he could not understand why he
not rise above the position of shi;v
T pirg lerk. I he trouble with Jimmy,
wa tiki; lie r.iininy leiiiueu iu perioi in
Jk,Q his ork in a mechanical sort, of way'
I 4 to enahli1 him to hang on to his job,
' 1 did i
Sana spent me nma'.naer or ine iime
comparing his unfortunate fate with
i ;hat of his more fortunate compet'tor.
nver i ould fce there was anv cif-
e between his work and that of
an at the same desk who made
t it his business to do such good work
Anes Hope Pillsbury
Tuesday, April 15, 8:15 p. m.
Republic Auditory Art School
Admission 25c, 50c, 75c, $1 , $1 .50.
DELINQUENTS MUST !
SETTLE FOR TAXES I
County Treasurer W. H. Whiteside
asked The Argus this mornin-; to bring '
to The attention cf taxpayers of the
county the fact that delinquents will
have to pay advertising costs in ad
dition to their taxes in case they have
not settled with the collector prior
' to April 20. The books for all but
cue township, are in the hands of the
treasurer and h has a force of depu
ties receiving taxes from those who
. forgot or neglected to pay the town
! The law requires that all property
I on which the taxes have not been paid,
' be advertised for sa'e after April 2o.
On that date the cost of the adver
tising is added to the taxe6. May 1,
! if the tax has not been paid, a fine of
one per cent of the tax is added and
; June 1 a second fine of one per cent
j is added. June 9 public tax sale of
such property as i6 still on the de-
lraquent list is begun, and once a piece
, of property is sold for taxes, it causes
its owner no end of trouble to re
It therefore behooves porperty own
ers to get busy and pay their taxes at
once. The advice of the treasurer
ig that tax receipts from last year
be brought along as this too saves
Our brother, Frederick
Wednesday, April 16
Matinee and Night
From a successful run at tht Broadway Bijou theatre, New York.
Ey James Halleck Beid.
A Modern Up-to-Date Play that Startled All New York
A Superb Cast of Metropolitan Players Magnificent
Prices, 25c, 35c, 50c, 75c, $1.00.
Special matinee, Adults 50c, Children 25c.
!j Huber. has been taken from our midst
to that bourne from which no traveler
ever returns, and
WHEREAS. This local union of Car
penters and Joiners No. 79C has al
ways recognized Brother Huber as an
indefatigable worker not only in the
cause of the local but unionism gener
ally: now therefore be it
RESOLVED. That this local No. 790
U. R. of C. and J. of A. hereby express
e6 its sorrow at his early demise, and
sends its heartfelt condolences to the
bereaved family: and be it further
RESOLVED, That a copy of these
resolutions be sent to the family, and
another to the local papers, for publi
cation. J. J. FORD,
JOHN D MARTIN,
For a limited time we will
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TST J r-nrvn I
no "'ie m view tor
ent," said Mr. Htrt,
Are you frequently noars"? Do you
have that annoying tickl.Lg in your
roat? Does your couza ansov vou
at night, and do you raise mucus In
the morning? Do you want relief? announce an appciutment in tht-
so. take Chamberlain's Cough Reaj- 'future.
edy and you will be pleased. Sold by
all crugcists. ( Aflv.J '
pointrnfn:s made by the present ad-
ministrdtion about two years ago. Dur-
nnNNFnT flNR HFRP ng his S.rvi,e here. Mr.
Thus far Comttis.-ion1 r Archie Hart
has no: named a successor to William
Cauifieid, the Reck Island detective
. who resigned his position Saturday
' Bipht to accept a s'uii'.ar one with the
Pinkerton detect. v a-ncy. 'I have
s s rvne hf-re. Sir. Caulheld has
'mad-? maiy friends, and has won the
j un'iuaiifi. d approbation of poli'e ofG
' cials by his work in gent-ral.
emecly for E
n.itjre are al-
but will j ro
Mr. Cat:!fie:d has served in the ca
jpacity of city detective since iie ap-
! Medicines that aid
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; Cojgh Roir.edy uc's tin this plan. I:
:otsns the coujh. r-". ?-.. the luti?
. cp- ns the r ecre:icr.3 ana aids nature
I in r?s!ricg the sycteui to a heaithy
i condition. Scid by al; drugg stg.
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