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THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS. FRIDAY. MAT IB, 1913.
Interesting Exercises to Be Held
at the Manual Arts Build.
ins May 28.
SECURE NOTED SPEAKERS
Commencement Will Be Held Follow
ing Day Prof. Frank M. Leavitt
of Chicago Orator.
am S. W. Searle will accept tbe edi-!
flee for the people of this city. The
program will be closed with congrat
ulatory remarks by citizens.
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The building at the present time is
being used by a number of classes in
manual arts, but all el the departments
have not as yet moved into the new
quarters. At. Christmas time, the.first
classes moved into the new Manual
Arts building, the mechanical drawing
cltsses being the first at work in the
new quarters. Later the manual train
ing ( lasses changed over to the new
TO FINE LECTURE
Hon. Elmer E. Beach of Chicago
Speaks to Fraternity in
j s-) far as the motorcycle and aeroplane
1 events were concerned, but refused to
I permit any auto racing, his contention
' being that the heavy machines tore up j
i tne track and ruined It for horse rac
ing. The matter is still hanging fire.
Between three and four hundred Ma
sons, including many from surrounding
! tru-Tis heard iha nririrAT.s fif Knn Kl-
building and at the present time the , n;er Beach of cnlcago at tne special
free hand drawing classes, the forge , meeting of Trio iodge No. 57, A. F.
workers, the manual training classes, A M in ,he temple of tne Robinson
the mechan:cal drawing department bujMin ,ast eveniu His subject was
The History and Symbolism of Ma-
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Ecnoni building win te neia at tne i
Plans for the dedication of the Man
ti.U Arts buyding, located on fc'ixth ave
nue and Twenty-first ttrcet, were com
plfted today. Programs will be given
both in the afternoon and evening.
May "8, at the high school auditor
it'.ni. Many speakers of note will he
present on both occasions. S. R. Ken
wcrthy, member of the board educa
tion, will preside at the meeting, to
be held at 2:30 In the afternoon, while
President II. 11. Cleaveland will be
thj chairman in the evening gather
ing Th glee club of the b;h school
will fiirniHb music in the afternoon and
th nominees quartet, composed of
faculty inembors. will absist in the
evening. Mis Katharine J. McKay,
professor of home economies at the
State College of Iowa, located at Ames,
lind Charles A. Bennett, of the Rradley
Polytechnic Institute of Peoria will be
the principal speakers of the after
M' I.t:i.l.M) TO TX1.K.
President Thomas McClellEnd of
Knox college of Galesturg will de
Ihcr the invocation at the evening
meeting, while Frank M. Leavitt, pro
fessor of industrial education at the
University of Chicago, who is to be the
commencement speaker on Thursday,
May 29, for the local graduates,and
H. V. Hurt, president of Inibard
college of Galesburp. will bo the prin
cipal speakers. President H. V.
t'leaveland will make the formal pres
entation of the building to the public
arc located in the new building. The1
annual manual arts exhibit, which in
a graphic and interesting way.
trflreri the nrip-in of the institution
Manual Arts building this year on May land the nleanlng of its impressive rit
20. 2, and S8. the exhibit closing w ith ; Ml,snu He asserted that while it is
fro r'r.rl ion t inn n f 1ht t'.iiilninff Prrwi- . ... . . .
i . . . -- a common tradition that the order naa
ucts oi me worK oi tne classes in tne
new building and of the graded stu-1
dints will be shown at this time, there
being samples of Eewing, cooking,
woodworking and drawing, both free
liand and mechanical and in fact of all i
ttiu (ttinuHtnAnta rf tha manual arts !
; its inception at the building of King
! Solomon's temple, there is no definite
j historic testimony to that effect, but
' the chronology of the society as exist-
: ing today can be accurately and con-
I eervatively traced only from the
i in 1717. Prior to that date, the history
The cor.plete program for both the j 0f the craft is shrouded in a haze of
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a: ternoott and evening tetEions will be
Dedication of the Manual Arts build
in May 23. 2:30 p. in.
R. Kenworthy, member of the
board of education, presiding.
Music High school glee club.
Opening Address S. R. Kenworthy.
AddrcsF "Domestic Art in Its Re
lation to Public and Private Welfare"
Miss Katharine J. MacKay, professor
of home economics at the State Col
lege of Iowa, located at Ames.
Aduress, "Manual Training at Heme
ar.d Abroad" Charles A. Bennett, pro
fepsor of manual arts at the Bradley
Polytechnic institute of Peoria, 111.
"What the Building Means to the
Ccnimunity" S. J. Ferguson, superin
tendent of the county schools; A. J.
r.iirton, principal of the high school.
H. H. Cleaveland, president of the
board of education, presiding.
Musi c Do m in ee s.
Invocation Thomas McClelland,
preeident of the Knox college of Gales
burg. Address. "Vocational Training: Its
Aims and Results" Frank M. Leavitt,
professor of industrial education, Uni
Address, "School as a Preparation
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I Lombard college of Galesburg.
Presentation of Building President
I H. H. Cleaveland.
j Acceptance; Honorable S. W. Searle.
1 "Manual Arts and Our Educational
Future" il. B. Hayden, superintend
ent of the city schools; A. G. Hill
supervisor of manual arts.
Congratulatory remarks by citizens
tradition that has led to many and
diverE3 speculations as to its real
In Illinois, there have been two
grand lodges, the first of which was
organized in 1822, becoming defunct
in 1827 and being then succeeded by
the present grand lodge, which was
organized in 1840. The speaker dwelt
on the philosophy of the emblems and
working tools familiar to all Masons
and spoke instructively of their sym
bolism. Mr. Beach showed himself to be in
thorough touch with his subject and
his address was greatly enjoyed. He
id a brother of Rex E. Beach, the noted
author, and is himself a highly educat
ed and cultured gentleman.
Besides the address there was a mu
sical and literary program including
pinno solos by Arthur White, violin
solos by Mr. Gieske and readings by
Emil Hass. Light refreshments and
cigars were served at the close.
Among the out-of-town visitors were
C. L. Gregory of Aledo, member of
the beard of grand examiners of the
grand lodge of w hich Mr. Beach is also
a member, and George E. Carlson of
Moline and George W. Flooti of Co
lona, grand lecturers.
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Iiida will be received at the mayor's
office until 9 a. m. May 19 for con
structing a lG-inch wp.termain on
Ninth avenue from Twentieth to Elev
enth street?, pnd a 12-inch watermain
on Eleventh street from Eleventh ave-
tr.ie to Second avenue
AERO FLIGHTS AT
Monmouth Promoter Would
Stage Auto, Motorcycle and
Aeroplane Races Here.
J. R. Mills of Monmouth, 111., is en
deavoring to secure Exposition park
o:i Wednesday and Thursday of next
wtek for the purpose of staging auto
mobile and motorcycle races and two
aeroplane flights, 10 events in all.
Specifications Mills today communicated with Charles
Buy a home of Reidy Bros.
For express, call William Trefz.
Trt-City Towel Supply company.
Bluebird pins at J. Ramser's Sons".
Independent Express Co. West 9S1.
Bracelet watches at J. Ramser's
Kerler Rug company for vacuum
cleaning and rug making.
Have you, seen the lucky bluebird
i pins at J. Ramser's Sons'.
Smoke the Grand Dictator hand
made 5c cigar.. Better than ever.
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
fountain pens at J. Ramser's Sons'.
Our B. B. serge at $33 is the-best
value ever offered. J. B. Zimmer's
J. L. Freeman for real estate and in
surance. , 414 Safety building. Phone
All kinds of tires repaired at the
Central Vulcanizing Co., 2529 Fifth
Six per cent farm mortgages. Litten
&. Roberts, People's National bank
We repair bicycles and motorcycles
at the Central Vulcanizing Co., 2529
Coal, coal, coal. The Rock Island
Fuel company will deliver to you all
the best grades of hard and soft coal.
Gansert's Chocolates! They stand
on their own reputation for purity,
delicacy and richness. Elegant, at
tractive packages designed to Eatisfy
the tastes of the most discriminating
buyers. Say you want Gansert's next
time you buy a box of candy.
Compare quality and value of Gan
sert's Ajax chocolates with any other
make and you will find the reason for
the constantly increasing and remark
able sales of Ajax chocolates. They
are pure chocolates, candies of exquis
ite flavor, perfect consistency, contain
ed in an attractive and sanitary pack
age. Put up in one-ha'.f pound and
one pound boxes.
Make her joyful! Take her a box
of Gansert's Satisfy Her Chocolates.
It's the latest thing in cnoice sweet
meats and sure is a "satisfier." As
sorted candies, chocolate - coated
fruits and nuts, all of palatable sweet
ness, variety cf flavors and highest
quality, are contained in a simple
and exceedingy attrae'lve package
of original design. Special atten
tion is gi-.'en to packing. Each piece
is placed in a separate tray. We know
you will Satisfy Her with a box of
the best chocolates made. One dollar
a box and worth it.
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tomorrow and see what
to offer in the Straw Hat
on file at the engineer's oIT;ce.
H. M. SCH RIVER. Mayor.
Wayne, lessee of the park, and was
iniormed that everything wa3 ail right
Only Routine Business.
The regular meeting of the Trl-City
Federation of Labor was held at the
Industrial Home in Rock Island last
night. Only routine business was
We have the Francis Co. "Baltimore
Maid" straws in any shape, style or
price you may wish.
Lustig Bros'. Panamas
each are as good as you
at $5 and $6
can buy any-
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BE READY FOR THE
Arrangements have been completed
for tag day tomorrow, headquarters to
be at the New Harper, where all sup
plies can be obtained either in per
son or by telephone. A meeting of
the various committees was held yes
terday afternoon at the Association
house, at which districts were mapped
out and workers assigned territory.
The workers are expecting fair weath
er and trust to make this tag day one
cf the most successful ever undertaken.
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The new styles in Italian and domestic straws ready for your inspection.
Silk and Chamios
SIMON & LANDAUER
Corner Second and Harrison
If you stop to consider our
policies, the character of the merchandise
methods in selling them; our open guarantee of satisfactory service or
money back If you consider these few details, the way we try to
improve and serve them, you'll feel the way we want you to; that the
S. & L. is the logical place for highest quality merchandise, better
values and most efficient service.
we sell; our
Greatest Showing of Suits at
$18, $20, $22.50 and $25
Here's the new weaves in Tan, Gray, Black and White, Brown and Blue Serge Fabrics.
Norfolk, English and Sack Suits in patterns to suit young and older men, the finest products of
heart, head and brains represented here, from $18 to $25.
blue serge at
$ 1 '. In all
sizes', and proportions.
Slip.on Coats for chilly and rainy days; finest English Gaberdines here at $15, $18, $20, $22.50
and $25. Rubberized Coats at $5, $6.50. $7.50, $8, $ 1 0. $ 1 2.50 and $ 1 5.
Silk Shirts are meeting with popular favor, the Mifflin a nobby pin stripe silk with Belmer style
collar to match, an exclusive S. & L. novelty at $5; others $3.50 to $6.50.
Summer Apparel of all Sorts
Ready in the Children's Parlor
Nobby Norfolk and double-breasted Suits in well Wash Suits, the latest beach styles, ages 2Yi to 9.
tailored, serviceable Fabrics; special showing at $5. Prices $1 to $4.50. In all Fabrics; every color;
$6.50, $7.50, $8.50 and $10. . guaranteed fast.
Linen Suits $4 ani $4.50. Khaki Suits $3.50. White Duck Suits $4.
M. S K. TRI-C1TY HELP
FUL HOSIERY STOCK
Also Headquarters for Kayser Silk Un
derwear and Other Kinds for
Women and Children.
WIDE ASSORTMENT FOR WOMEN
Everybody Can Save on Hosiery and
Underwear at M. & K. New De
partments New Goods.
Pennsylvania Vacuum Cup,
per pair $8.50
With summer weather coming the
hesicry and underwear question is a
mntter of first consideration. If you
went to Hettle the problem right, just
spend a little time in the M. & K. new
derailments tri-cities' most helpful
hosiery and underwear store where
displays are largest and prices small
est. Women know Kayser's silk under
wearthe best in the world, they say;
for added to the cool comfort and the
cleganca and daintiness of silk under
wear, is a certain quality of goodness
expressed in the word Kayser's. You
wilt be delighted with the M. & K. dis
plays of Kayser Venetian and Italian
silk vests in . white and pink rein
forced under arms at $1.50; band top
vests at $2.50; beautifully embroid
eied, $2.95. Bloomers in black, white
and pink, reinforced at $2.95 and $3.35.
Union suits, knee length, low neck, in
white and pink, reinforced plain un
ion suits with band top, $3.95; em
broidered union suits with band top,
$150 and $5.
Special interest is attached to the
fine showing of Kayser's lisle hand cro
chet vests at 50 cents, 75 cents and $1,
also to Kayser's Lawnette band top
union suits reinforced at $1 and $1.50.
Besides the great showing of Kay
ser underwear. M. & K. direct your
attention to the splendid values in
Swiss ribbed union suits forewomen
special attractions at 35 cents, 50 cents
and 75 cents Summer vests at two
for 25 cents, 35 cents and 50 cents
Knickerbockers and trunks at 25 cents.
Misses and children too are provided
for in the M. & K. underwear stocks f been
for them are union suits at 50 cents
and vests at 25 cents. The most im
portant thing in coming to the M. &
K. for your summer underwear supply
is the assurance of perfect fitting
styles and better qualities for less
money. This is true, likewise of the
M. & K. displays of women's hosiery
be sure to visit the M. & K. new ho-
i siery department and see tho cn'ilc-.j
assortments of Kayser. Phoenix and
McCallum tilk hosiery at 75 cents up
1 also the M. & K. matchless showing
of silk lisle hose at 35 cents, three
! for $1. Yes. Indeed, this is the trl-
!cit:os' most helpful hosiery store i
nbere vou can find at a moment r. no
tict the kind you want for less than
you'd pay anywhere else.
Eatisfy yourself by visiting tbe M. &
K. new hosiery and underwear de
partments for women Welcome. M.
& K.. Rack Island (Adv.j
Hearsey 777, pair . : . . . $7.09
Koch Special 666, pair. . $6.00
Indian Head, pair $6.50
Koch's Thorn Proof, pair $6.00
Diamond Puncture Proof,
Diamond Unicorn, pair. . $5.00
Koch's 218, pair $5.00
All dependable 1913 goods.
218 Seventeenth Street.
or not the district shall bond Itself to
the amount of $4,500 for the purpose
of constructing a now school bouse.
Matter of site, over which there has
been considerable discussion and dif
ference of opinion, is to bo held in
ateyar.ee until V. bond ispue question
i3 settled. Notices of the election have
posted by VY. J. Slev.art, njern-
be," of the school board.
BLUE CROSS GER
MAN HER9 REMEDYt
For OBMimyllnii, Poettmmla, Urom bU
tl. Mbmn nnd nil 'I brunt nail I. unit
Trojhk. H;!J n flOc lotto nl Harprr
SPECIAL SCHOOL ELECTION
FOR FAIRVIEVV DISTRICT
Decision if the school board of dis
trict NoV.-7y known as Falrvi'iw, has
been xefin l to hold a special school
electiy V ' ( : nrday, May 24. at whic'a
the- votjJZJof that district will be call
ei oa Mecide tbe question whether
Try To Keep
Saturday Eve, Kay 17, 8:30
return 11 :30 p. m.
Sunday Afternoon, May 18,
at 2:30, return G:30.
Sunday Evening, May 13, re
turning at 11:30.
Cents 50c. Ladies 25c.