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THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS
FRIDAY, MAY 16, 1913. r
MEDICS OF STATE
ATPEORIA MAY 20
WIFE VISITS POLLS
BIT TO THE BONE
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Tic Illinois State Medical society
will bold its 63rd annual meeting in
Peoria. May 20, 21, 22, with headquar
ters at tbe Jefferson hotel. On ac
count of the special features of the
program the meeting promises to be
the best ever held In the state. T.
T. Nickerson of Qulncy, president of
the society, has been making a can
vass of the entire state in order to
Increase the membership, organizerv
having been at work In every county.
By the time of the state meeting it j
expected to enroll 6,500 members,
which will be the large state soci
ety in the country.
A new feature of the annual meet
ing will be motion pictures, illustrat
ing various nervous and mental dis
eases by Dr. Theodore W. Welsen
.berg of Philadelphia. This will be
' shown on two different occasions.' It
will consist of fight reels and four
: hours will be consumed in showing
the pictures. One reel will illustrate
the care of the baby. This is the
' only set of mental and nervous pic
tures which is complete.
Arrangements have also been made
' with the Edison company, who will
-rsend a man to show how motion pic
" tures of clinics are made and he will
discuss the values of such clinics.
For the first 50 years the society
issued a book each year, showing Just
what the society had been doing. In
1899, the society started to iRsue a
- journal, monthly, and this is continued
to the present time.
A laborious tank has Just been com
pleted under the editorship of Dr. Carl
E. Dlack of Jacksonville, making a
. complete index of all the volumes pub
lished up to the year of 1S9R. The
P. , .. . ' '.
Mrs. Harry Lane.
Though antl-suffraglsts argue that
by going to the polls to vote she'll lose
a'l her Interest in home and children
and become mannish, Mrs. Harry Lane,
wife of the new Oregon senator, says
she's going to keep right on xercls.
ing her right of suffrage. She voted
la:-t fall and it didn't hurt her a bit.
The Lanes have three children and
were married In 1882.
! Vicious Attack Made Upon Desk
Sergeant Starofsky in Mo
line Station. y '
Charged with disorderly conduct, as I
result of a night of intoxication that!
ended in the police station and that
culminated in an attack on the night
desk sergeant, Andrew Ambers, a
fisherman, and a well known police
character, was fined $200 and costs in
Justice court in Molina yesterday.
Amberg was taken to the station
early in the evening and was locked
up. A short time afterward two more
dteorderly characters were received
and when Night Desk Sergeant Starof
sky opened the bull pen door to put
them In, Amberg, who was standing
behind the door, evidently lying in
wait, sprang at him. In the course of
the struggle Amberg caught the ser
geant's hand in his mouth and bit the
thumb to the bone. He was quickly
overpowered, however, and thrown
back into the celL Sergeant Starof
sky found it necessary to call Dr. A.
T. Leipold, who cauterized the wound.
The thumb and rest of the hand are
badly swollen and blood poisoning is
went to Joy Saturday to visit her son,
Mr. and Mrs. B. P. Tridor returned
major portion of the work has been " lnelr nome m "nne" saturaay
performed by Miss Ella B. Lawrence, after a 8hort vlsit wi,h Mr. and Mrs.
librarian of the Morgan County Medi- L- EI!io,t "d otlr friends.
cal society. The index contains pic- Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Powers and two
tures of a number of the leading phy-1 daughters, spent Sunday with rela
siclans, and all the references to them tiveg in Joy.
during their connection with the so- Mrs. A. C. Bridgford of this ci?y and
clety. a man showing the location of j sister. Miss Sophia Taylor of Wood
every member in tlio state; a picture , hull, left Tuesday for . Bloomington
of the members taken at a former I whore they will attend the State Mu
meeting in reoria In 18.1. This In- sic Teachers' convention, which is
dex is completed and is now in the , held in that city this week.
hands of the printer. Each member
, of the society will receive a copy of
the index fret?, which will be seat ir.
tdvancc of the meeting.
Mr. and Mrs. William Cribbape and
little son, I land of Oaxville, Iowa,
who have been visiting relatives here,
- west to Nov; Boston Saturday to spe-id
r.-'ft few days with Mr. Cribbagc's sister
and husband. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Curry.
Mrs. Cora Nelson of Joy spent Sat
urday here with Mrs. C. Nelson.
Mlsn Mary Brar returned to Bur
lington. Iowa Monday after isitins
her mother, Mrs. Amelia Bear.
Miss Hazel Dodson returned to her
home in Galesburg Tuesday after
spending six weeks with her grand
parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Zentmirc,
and other relatives and friends.
W. C. Cole spent Monday in New
The tinnual think o!Tering service ot
the S'audurd Bearers was hold in the
Methodist churrh Sunday evening.
The house was beautifully decorated
with purple and white lilacs.
Mrs. E. B. Wlllard of Keithsburg
wont to Rork Island Saturday.
Mrs. M Burns of Alexis, who has
been visiting Mrs. James Nconan.
Mrs. Chester Jackson of Joy spent
Tuesday with her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. W. A. Ixmnley.
Mr. and Mrs. C. N. Winger, who have
been visiting Mr. Winger's mother,
Mrs. F. B. Winger, left Monday for
New ton, Iowa, where they will make a
ebort visit with relatives and go to
Des Moinee, Iowa, for the summer.
Mrs. T. Kiddor of Joy spent Satur
day with her sister, Mrs. Alice
Mrs. L. L. Mclntyre and little son
of New Boston, spent Saturday with
her mother, Mrs. S. B. Decker. They
were accompanied home by her moth
er and sister, Mrs. G. F. Close.
Mrs. Mary E. Warner went to Mus
catine. Iowa, Tuesday to spend a week
with her daughter. Mrs. Ruth Bowen
and family, and will visit relatives in
New Boston before returning home.
Miss Minr.ie McCreight went to
Hanover Tuesday to make an extend
ed visit with her sister, Mrs. R. J.
Speer end family.
A beautiful and interesting sacred
entertainment was given at the Bap
tist church Sunday evening. The of
fering of the evening was placed in
the piano fund.
Mrs. It. L. Watscn and Mrs. J. W.
Wallace spent Tuesday In Rock Island.
Mrs. James Faut-ett of New Boston
spent Monday at the home of her
r iViiYn '-' r- - --t'--- - - -- 1.-:- j
That Happy Evening Hour
In all of the striking of the clock, one hoar stands out first
when a man meets his family at the eretvnff meal.
Then, Indeed, does he come to know their true merit and realize
they're worth the best. Then does he recognire-tljey-doserve the
best of everything food above all things. And-ao wheat- he has
(i has a sense of intense satis
faction in ha ring provided for
bis family the best food possible
For TIP-TOP BREAD is, in
ieed, the best, the purest and
nost wholesome bread made.
It is of a quality to grace tbe
table of every provider who de-
t -i m
ures io give me isuuij
thing better." For TIP-TOP
BREAD is better, and besides it
costs no more than "other lands."
TIP-TOP BREAD is a loaf
which is made conscientiously,
pure, clean and dependable, just
as you buy it with that belief.
Provide TIP-TOP then for&s
family today. Keyre. worirtl"
brother and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Charles
Mr. and Mrs. F. Wendt returned
home Saturday from Geneseo where
they had spent two weeks with rela
Mrs. T. Ballard and grand3on,
Maurice Ballard, returned home to Joy
Monday after a few days visit with
Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Johnson and
daughter. Helen Irene, returned to
their home in Ophiem after a few days'
visit with their grandfather, A. V. Lar
rence. Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Carlson and
grandson, Virgil Carlson, went to
New Windsor Tuesday where they will
pack their household goods and move
to this city in the near future.
Frank D. Burton was a business
visitor In Rock Island Tuesday.
Mrs. F. Forber and little son. Frank,
went to Keithsburg Saturday to visit
her mother, Mrs. J. W. Shawley, and
returned home Tuesday.
Mrs. L. R. Hause and two daughters
went to Burlington, Iowa Monday
w here they will make their home.
Miss L0I3 Dryden. who has been
making -a short visit with Miss Belle
Calhoun returned to her home in
Rev. J. B. Bartle went to Galesburg
Monday and accompanied Mrs. Bartle
home from the Gale6burg hospital
where she has been taking treatmeui
for several weeks.
Mrs. Ralph Bolton and daughter,
Velma, went to A'.pha Tuesday to
spend the day wit S. J. Bolton.
Judge W. T. Church spent Tuesday
Mrs. C A. Goempler and baby
da'chter went to Oquawka Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Cole left Mon
day for York, Neb., where they will
spend a month with their daughter,
Mrs. Dickey. They will then go to
Long Beach, Cal.. and make their
home with their daughter, Mrs. Baker, j
Mrs. John Ballard and son spent j
Monday with Aledo relatives.
Mrs. A. Ritter and baby of Musca
tone, Iowa, and Mrs. Budd Poland of
Joy came Tuesday to visit relatives
in this city.
Mr. and Mrs. Corbin Harvey of
Perry, Okla., who have been visiting
friends in Aledo for the past week,
loft Wednesday for St. Louis where
they will spend a few days with
friends before returning home.
Ernest Canum, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Willard Canum, formerly of Aledo,
but now residing in Warren, Minn.,
died Saturday at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. John Hogan, where he was
boarding, after a brief illness. A
short funeral service was held at the
Hogan home Monday afternoon con
ducted by Rev. A. T. Moody. The re
mains were taken Tuesday to his home
in Warren for burial.
The following officers have been
elected by the Columbian club for the
President Mrs. Jennie Morgan.
Vice-president Mrs. -largaret Ven
able. Recording secretary Miss Grace
Corresponding secretary Mrs. Or
pha J. Lorimer.
Treasurer Mrs. Zoe Emerson.
Miss Sue Wiley went to Galesburg
Monday to visit relatives and attend
the wedding of her nephew, George
Prince, and Miss Alice Lewis.
About thirty-five members of the
Sun Bonnet club met at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. William Bowers Monday
afternoon to help celebrate the 80th
birthday of Mr. Bowers' mother, Mrs.
L. Bowers. A very pleasant after
noon was spent in a social manner,
during which delicious refreshments
were served. In behalf of the club
the president, Mrs. Julia McCreight,
presented Mrs. Bowers a beautiful sou
venir spoon, and-all joined in wishing
her many more happy, useful years.
The William . and Vashti college
track team lost a clcsely contested
meet to Bradley Polytechnic institute
of Peoria on the college field Satur
day afternoon. The count was Brad
ley 66, William and Vashti 54.
Miss Agnes Robertson returned to
her home in New Windsor Monday
after visiting at r5e home of her
brother, W. H. Robertson and other
The William and ' Vash'i baseball
team left Wednesday morning on a
three days' trip. They will play at
Jacksonville with Illinois college
Wednesday: on Thursday with
If we could talk personally
just five minutes to every
man and young man- we wouldn't be able
to supply one-fiftieth part of the trade. If
we could write an advertisement that would bring the male
population to this store we wouldn't have enough of these
new spring suits to last three days. We have no injunction on the prevention of the
use of the English language by others, so others can say in print exactly what we
say, but they cannot begin to make good like we can and do. We offer here the fin
est clothes produced in the wot Id, five masterful makes, Hart Schaffner & Marx, Soci
ety Brand, Yorkshire Good Clothes, Clothcraft clothes ard Lewis Bros.' Union Made
apparel. We give you far more for your money because that's part and parcel of
Mosenf elder Service. We show you the uncommon models, richest weaves of fabric,
highest caste of workmanship, still our superelegant clothes cost you not one single
penny more than the inferior kinds and ours are popularly priced at from $10 to $30.
It's quite an achievement to
produce clothes for the modern young blood
who recognizes real class at a glance, still with our highly
perfected organization and our better methods of merchandising brings home to the
young men of the tri-cities clothes of authentic fashion. We present our No. 5130 blue
serge at $15.00, the finest you ever saw. in new stunning Norfolks and 2 or 3 button
models. Magnificent materials and exclusive patterns, unquestionably the most superb
array of De Luxe spring garments seen in this city in years and the prices are easy.
They start at $12.50 and graduate nicely up to $20. Instant appreciation will result if
you come and see these productions here tomorrow. - -
Such splendid satisfaction
and such desirable economies result by trad
ing in our great Juvenile Department that we are rapidly
cornering the boys' and children's business of the tri-cities. We are showing all new
extra pants suits, simply elegant at $5.00 to $6.00. New Norfolk styles for the boys at
$3-5 to $12- New wash suits at $1 to $2. A superb array of accessories, straw hats,
. new shirts, rich neckwear, for men and boys at popular prices. Just in. A regular riot
of beautiful Delpark wash ties for men at 50c. See our windows and attend tomorrow.
Baseball and Bat Free with Boys' Suits
will play in Bloomington with Illinois
Wesleyan university. The result of
these three games will probably de
cide the state championship which at
present lies between he William and
Vashti and Millikin teams, as neither
team has yet lest a game this season.
; W. C. Sample left Monday for At
lanta, Ga. where he wag sect as a lay
delegate to the general assembly of
the United Presbyterian church he'.d
iu that city.
Washington Boone arrived home
Tuesday from Arkansas where he has
spent the past two years with rela
tives. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Coffland went t0
Rock Island Wednesday to spend the
Mrs. C. O. Peterson, daughter
MUM-! Mamie, and 6on Howard, retained to
kin university at Decatur, and Friday j their home in Peoria Wednesday after
a few days' visit with Mr. and
Miss Ella Reynolds of Redwood
Falls, Minn., is making an extended
visit with relatives and friendi in this
Miss Portia Kirkpatrick spent Sun
day with Miss Geneva Childg near
Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Iowry, daughter.
Miss Ethel, and son. Curtis, went to
Burlington, Iowa, in their autoaiob:!e
Mrs. George A. Cooke was a Mon
mouth visitor Tuesday.
Misses Freida and Christine A'ra
quist snd Hulda Runbom were Hock
Island visiters Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Bridgfo-d sprint
Tuesday in Galesburg.
AU the news all the time The Arzua.
Bloomington, 111. Livingstone coun
ty was swept by the heaviest, wind
and rain Etorm in years. Five barns
In various parts of the county were
Lice Kill Profits
Experienced poultry rara know that
poultry IU reduce profit. Poultry c&n never
do well when tar?ur4 with life. L.ou py
ken wont lay; louay chicken ran't (row.
pr&i Powdered Lice Killer
St.rmin&?e3 nc. it tn worK inor-
citisni-. quickly and at Bi.sbi coau
23c and SOc per parkage.
Tear V.wj Bars If It Fatl"
Us It for all kinds of poultry, anil h pro
ductlvtaeM (ft jruur sens Kill ba Urstly In-
R. r. Brawn, Rack Island. O. R. jdn-)r. 'MOoa.
L. raridoB, South Height. IV. S. 1'ntr, Mrare.
struck by lightning and burned, TS
horses and 10 head of cattle beini;
killed or destroyed by fire. The lose
will aggregate $18,O0H.