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TTIE ROCK ISLAXL ARGUS. SATURDAY, APRTL 19, 1913.
ODD FELLOWS TO
monies Arranged Parade
in Business District.
Following is the complete' program
for the big celebration w'.r.' the Odd
Fellows will hold ntx- Thursday on
the occasion cf the dedication of their
new lodge borne on Fourth avenue,
between Seventeenth and Eighteenth,
1:20 Assembly at I. O. O. F. hall on
Second avenue. Formation of parade
under direction of S. R. Wright, mar
shal of the day, and assistants. LJn
formation: Platoon of police, Bleuer's
hand, city oouncll, visiting cantons,
Cantoi Star No. 8, visiting lodges. Hock
Inland lodge No. 18, Teal lodge No. 608.
officers of L'cal lodge, grand officers,
and members of the grand lodge, grand
ei.campment and Rebekah assembly
Line of March Wewt on Fourth ave
nue to Fifteenth street, north on Fif
teenth to Second avenue, east on
Second avenue to Twentieth street,
south to Fourth avenue and thenoe
west to the new 1. O. O. F. home.
2:45 Dedicatory services. Past
Grand Jerome Wood! a, assisted by
Past Grand Representative J. B.
Brown, will act as toastmaster. In
vocation by Rev. U. S. Ilaney of Mo
line and then Past O'-.ir.d Master W.
A. Hubbard win take tharge of the
ceremonies of dedication. Assisting
him will be Da-id Hathaway, grand
marshal; Charlee Forsberg, grand
chaplain; S. R. Wright, grand warden;
Phil S. Wllchr, grand herald; W. H.
Scott, grand guardian; A. L. Loring,
herald of the north: W. J. Rogers,
herald of the south; J. A. Reid. herald
of the east, and Georre Trnkenschuh,
herald of the west.
Presentation of the spade with
which the first dirt was turned for
the I. O. O. 1. home, by Past Grand
Response, Past Grand William Gul
(From The Argus Flies of 1888.)
April 14. M. Levy, a prominent
llfjuor dealer of Iowa City, is In the
city looking after a site with a view
of removing the enterprise here.
The local packet Verne Swain came
in with flying colors this morning,
and resumed her trip in the Rock Is
land. Duvenport, Clinton, Fulton and
April 16 Bill Tsscott or some per
son or persons of equal boldness,
paid their respects to Rock Island
lust night, and the neat and novel
way in which the visit was made was
such that It will be remembered for
some time to come. It was probably
after midnight that cracksmen enter
ed Truesdale's grocer?', on Second
avenue, second door east of Eigh
teenth street, by drilling through the
door and lock, bored a hole into the
safe near the coinbinla, smashed
the inner receptacle, r.m:--.ack.H! the
content, took all there was if value
Home $40 in money, a i!;it.l ' ep
watch valued perhaps r. $'. --helped
themselves to fruit, took a bo of 10
cent straight Havanas, an l decamp
ed. At Stewart &. Montgomery's i tcie
on the corner, they drillt:J holws of
the same size about the Yale lock
and cap to the front door, and while
they ruined the lock wers una'.tl-j to
force an entrance. They also at
tempted to get In the side door cy
boring a hole through, aiming at the
cap. but the wood being old and rot
ten, the thread of the scr" slips d,
and they were foiled. Charles He-
"Here's the Answer"
TO THE GREAT HEALTH PROBLEM
When YOU do not feel ss " 'ii as you should when
you lack appetite, energy, .i .Jgth and ambition when
the liver is lazy and bowels elegged, causing sickness and
suffering, you should try a bottle of
Nature ceedi assistance TODAY and to neglect the
matter only invites sickness and trouble. The BITTERS
has helped tho-', sands of sickly people and will help you,
too especifli" so in cases of
Address of Welcome by Mayor H. j
Response by C. M. Turner, Cam- j
Addrss by Past Grand Master W. A.
Address by Mrs. Ella Johnson,
president Rebekah assembly cf Gala
Benediction by Rev. C. E. Hawkins.
Adjourn until 7:30 o'clock, p. m.
7:20 until 9:00 o'clock Eudora Re
bekah lodge will glv a reception and
program in the I. O. O. F. lodge room.
8:00 o'clock grand ball in the ball
room on second floor.
Committee In charge of Ucal lodge
No. 6"'S Jonas Bear, William Gulden
eopf, D. J. Cleland. S. R. Wright,
Thomas McLean, Peter Majerle.
Rock Island lodge No. 18 Henry
Lemburg, George Trenkenschuh, O. E.
Sipple, A. L. Lorlng.
Eudora Rebekah lodge No. 73 Ella
Godfrey, Affenla Hatch, Matilda Valen
tine, Nora Lorlng, Anna Lamp, Augus
ta Guldenroph, Mary Cameron.
Busy Bee Sewing circle of Eudora
Rebekah lodge Ida M. Barker. May
Reid, Rose Theirma-J, Mary.Ehman,
Lynn Smith, Marie Pahl.
Dance Committee Thomas McLean,
Harry PahL Frank Bernick, Charles
Forsberg, C. O. Samuelson, J. W.
Parks, O. E. SlppeL J. P. Johnson. A
H, Sippel. W. C. Dale, George Clap
per. Verne Orth.
ROCK ISLAND TRAIN MARK
FOR WRECKERS; NO DAMAGE
McPherson. Kan., April 19. Rock
iBlond train No. 1. which left Kansas
City at 11:16 last night for Texas,
heavily laden with passengers, was
derailed by train wreckers near here
today. Five Pullmans left the track,
but remained upright, and no one was
We are selling out to quit business
for sure this spring. It will pay you
to visit our greenhouses, 1115 Fif
teenth street, for your spring wants in
flowers. Large stock to select from.
Phone 1516 West. Delivery-
LONG VIEW FLORAL CO. (Adv.)
Medicines that aid nature are al
ways most successful. Chamberlain's
Cough Romedy acts on this plan. It
loosens the cough, relieves the lungs,
opens the secretions and aids nature
In restoring the system to a healthy
condition. Sold by all druggists.
big, the locksmith, says fie sc!:-me
of using a leg screw on the outside
as a means of breaking loin is some
thing new in the annals of !aring
April 17 The Rock River presby
tery assembles at Milan for a
days' session, tonight.
George E. Lambert has opened the
season with a brand oar ke wagon.
April 18 While the high water in
the upper Mississippi river is not do
ing any particular damage, it is mak
ing things exceedingly lively for h-i
Mississippi lumber companies. It 1
estimated that there are 325,000.000
or more feet of logs In the various
booms along the river, and fears are
entertained in some quarters that tr-.
high water will cause some of these
booms to break away.
Henry Lemburg, of the wholesale
Honor firm of Winter &; Lemburt.
! t.-Art In HHiin nn tincinoaK ttiiu
A large number of Rock Island peo
ple went over to Davenport this af
ternoon to see the whale. The mam
moth king of the seas Is on exhibition
on the levee, and Is all that it Is
represented to be.
April 19 Herman Schwecke, broth
er of Rudolph Schwecke, will open r
saloon in the building formerly
cu pied by Mr. Blrkenfeld on Twvui:
etli street. May 1.
J. J. Johnson of Omaha dined at
the Harper today.
Hz.:, finr-.J rfT
We have about 25 patterns of rugs, that really are worth $22.00, in fact, some stores ask
$ J 3 for the same thing. They come in small body brussels and Wilton designs patterns
that are surely beautiful. Don t wait until later because these rugs won't last long at the
Corner Sixteenth Street and Second Avenue
THE TOWS ITT IP.
, A paper, the Ki'.boum Weekly
'Events, printed in the town where our
; former Viola people, Henry Evans and
i wife, and son, ..Matthew Evans, and
j family, are located, is before us on out
'desk. On the front page is a picture
iof the Wisconsin Dells band of Kil-
bourn, showing Yatthew as a member..
In turning the pages of the paper we
find a program of a minstrel Ehow
given by the band, on which Matthew
is slated for a vocal solo, "Sweet
; Brown Eyes."' We are always glad
to see our Viola people make good
j wherever they may locate, and this
; can truthfully be 6aid of the Evans
families that they hare made good in
John L. Sullivan bought a team of
match black drivers at the Bielema
6ale Uiis spring-, paying $400 for them.
People who alleged they knew, said
they were sure John was "stung," and
in order to refute the charge be sold
them to a farmer named Smith of near
DeWitt, Wednesday, for $425.
SEVER TOUCHED HIM.
Mr. Rottner, manager of the Flora
DeVoss company, which played at the
Erie auditorium three nigh's last week,
was transacting business in Hillsdale
Monday morning between trains.
I THE MERIT St OF THE JOHSSOSS.
Stark County News.:
C. S. Gleason spent part of th week
at Prophets;ow n. where he purchased
a hog to add to his herd of full blood
Poland CbJca.-;. While there he was
the gueet of Dr. and Mrs. A. L. John
json and family, whom he found well
and happy in their beautiful home in
a fashionable part of the city. The coc
I ir had Just purchased a new Ford au
tomobile, in which he made his first
trip during Charl'e'&stay. Though the
.city claims several oUer ehj
Straight forward, square and liberal treatment is assured absolutely. One price and that price in plain figures
that you can read. For 35 years this great store has been furnishing homes. Today it is one of the largest and
most successful home furnishing stores in this country.' - We are at your "beck and call." You'll find Immense
stocks to select from prompt and careful service. You'll get value received e;ery time and you can pav a
utue eacn weak or
Special Terms to Outfit ISuyers
j J j ; ' :
save you both gas and
money. It's the very !Wr?
best S-as rarcp n-n tVio H!'H-y
market. We show a full
oi jbuks gas ranges, r
like T G saw-
., i r -7-1 Ul-- .A
he is busy constantly and .j rapidly
accumulating riches. During their res
idence here we had ample opportunity
to learn the merits of the Johnsons,
and w e declare that no amount of good
fortune which may come their way is
The many who gathered at the M. E.
church last Sabba;h iu response to an
nouncement by Miss Carrie Barge's
coming were very much disappointed
when Kev. Colemaa etated her decision
to remain in Wyoming on account of
the bad roads. We presume, though,
that our pastor did all within his
power to avoid this unexpected turn
of affairs, and we can certainly 6ay
that he gave us a sermon which re
paid us many times for coming out.
AMI HE'I.I. PROBABLY BE ELECTED.
Becoming a candidate for office has
uncovered the past of more than one
man. Of a man who is running for
mayor of Concordia, Kan., It is said he
buys his supplies rom a mail order
house, refuses to use city water, isn't
a member cf the Commercial club,
knocks ou the fire department and has
never been known to say a kind word
about his home town.
FROM .SULLIVAN TO KEXXEDY.
The Review humbly and abjectly
apologizes to Miss Catherine Suliivan,
the wide-awake teacher in the Slocum
street school, for changing her name
to Kennedy ia last week's paper. A
bonehal of a compositor and proof
reader are the culprits, and Miss Sulli
;vaa may come in and pass sentence
; upon them at her convenience.
I.ADICV M LANDS.
j (Stark Coucty News.)
The happiest man in town right at
' the pre&ent time is I.-n Cook, and
iirobatly the happiest woman is I.en's
I bride. The blushing bride was for
merly Mrs. Gertrude Eberhardt of Ke
'war.ee, aj.ed oS, uhile i.en is a few
, -aa. luur . TLuv wtie giiTiPd
We'll pen the Way for You
to Have a Pleasant, Cozy Home
month if vnn -anh
save one-third your ice
bill and last a life time.
They are positively san
itary and cleanable,
your food is always cool
and clean. Come in
and see them.
last Thursday at Galva, the officiating
j minister being Rev. Fuller, the pastor
jof the (ialva Baptist church. Mr. and
i.Mrs. Cook came to Toulon on the af
Iternoon train Thursday, and at once
' went to the home the groom had pre
pared for his bride the Mrs. Lewis
iWiliams residence property on Clinton
I street, where they are now at home
jto tjieir friends. They have since
jbfcen kept busy receiving congratula-
'tions. Mr. Cook came to Toulon a
number of years ago, and has since
been a familiar character on our
streets. He prides himself upon be
ing a ladies' man, and advises all his
bachelor friends to g&t in the benedict
class. The News joins their host of
friends in congratulations.
HERE'S A REAL BOOSTER,
(Port Byron Globe.)
F. H. Kitchen. Ie Claire's well known
restaurant man, is a booster for elec
tric lighU, and he is not ashamed to
say so. Before the election he placed
a candle under a bushel in his window
and on the glass was written "Je
Claire. April 7, 1313." At the other
side of the window some electric light
bulbs were placed and a hand pointing
to them, with the following;: "Jje
Claire, after April 7, 1913." He proved
to have forecasted the situation right,
for votes showed only 12 In opposition
to the new way while there were 130
for it. Men like Brother Kitchen are
good for any town.
WHERE PIGS IS PIGS.
(Adair Weekly Beacon.)
Editress Eeacon: How long can a
pig live without feed or water?
I want, to write you my experience
with a pig, and if this finds the waste
; basket I will not be offended.
! I missed one of my pigs weighing
I about 60 pounds, about four weeks ago.
jl his pig fell in a manger behind some
j baled straw and was there as much as
ifour weeks, aiid I don't know how
'much longer, without food or water,
'but it was still able to walk when we
! found iu and I Uu&k it will liva The
When You Think of
Rugs Think First of
Eundhar Wilton rugs are woven of specially prepared yarns,
selected for their wear-resisting qualities, that is why Bund
Lar Wiltons always look new no matter how long you have used
it. They simply "wear like iror" and the patterns, well, you
have never seen anything like it before. See them even if you
den't intend to buy, just see them.
P ' - ' mm "i i l) ,l Ihf
This is a buffet not often
equaled at the price. It is
made of all genuine quarter
fcawed oak, colonial design.
The price is
ifj 3 3
mates to this pig will weigh 100
pounds, and this one now will weigh
about 40 pounds. The latter pig was
the same size when it fell in the man
ger. Any one thatt can beat this de
serves a chromo.
C. S. WHITTENBERG.
The Macomb Journal weather proph
et claims that every prediction he
made this year respecting the weather
t-as come true, and then the old cuss
goes on to say that we are to have
two hard frosts in May, one on the
IiCiBle momey m
Awaiting investment or funds entrusted to executors and
guardians awaiting final settlements of estates might be large
ly increased by depositing in this conservative bank where 4
per cent interest is paid.
We invite the accounts of business men having idle money
for future use.
4 interest paid on deposits.
Make Our Bank Your Bank
H. E. CASTEEU Fresident, W. S. IIEAGV, Vice Pres. 11. B. Simmon, C '
Southwest corner Second avenue and Eighteenth street.
Do You s
of our lives is spent in bed? Do
you know that from refreshing
sleep we draw the strength and
vitality necessary for success
and happiness for our waking
hours? Therefore, make this
one-third of your life comfort
able by sleeping on a
Stearns & Foster
mattress. Come and see these
It is strictly high grade, one
of the better kind, made of
selected wood. Come in and
We show other fl 4Tfc50
tables up from 1 x-r
cost- no more than the ordinary
kind, but are much better. We
show you over 50 styles. Price
from . . . .
Rock Island, UK
lot and one on the 20th of that
DOC HIT MS TaM MY.
Our gentlemanly constable, Louis
Foley, better known as Doc, haa been
under the doctor's care for the past
few days with serious stomach trouble.
It isn't often thai Doc is downed by
anything, but he had to give up tils
time, but we are hoping that he'll soon
be out again and able to take care of