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THE HOCK ISLAND ARGUSV TUESDAY, JULY 22, 1913.
R.10TING OF MARINPS." AFTFR SPFFf.H RY DANIELS- GIVES
BUYING ACTIVITIES CENTER IN THIS EXTRAORDINARY
SECRETARY NICE LITTLE JOB OF HOW TO DISCIPLINE
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Josephua Daniels, secretary of the
navy, Cruiser West Virginia, and
a group of marines.
Josephus Daniels, secretary of the
navy, who has been promulgating bo
many reforms on the ship-:, faces an
Irritating little Job of dl3Mpline follow
ing the attack of marines on hails of
the Industrial Workers of the World
at Seattle while he was dining on the
West Virginia in the harbor, and Just
after a speech in which he had de
nounced ultra radicalism. ,
At a banquet at the Ranter club In
his honor. Secretary Daniels had spok
en in tribute of the American flag
and taken occasion to ptaiso the atti
tude of the mayor of BoBton, w ho stop
ped a red flag parade.
"The red flag has no place in this
country." h said, "and believers In
it have no place in this country. A
mayor who does not enforce the law
against the red flag is not fit to hold
The word was passed about (he city
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that the secretary had made a long t
address devoted to the two flags and
had urged that all believers in the red
flag l)e driven out of the country.
Policemen stood by grinning while
marines tore down socialistic banners,
carted out furniture and generally
smashed things up, aided by a big
crowd of young men of the city.
The Incoming Throngs of Eager Shoppers and the Outgoing
Deliveries Are Forces Which Are Effecting Satisfactory Dis
tribution of This $20,000 Stock of Smart Clothes for Women, Misses, Children
"Busy as a beehive" was the expression of a prominent Eastern retailer who visited this store
yesterday. "Such selling activity at this season of the year I have never seen," he continued.
HpHIS Stupendous Sacrifice Sale has made a great stir and has caused tidal waves of
interest on the usual summer sea of merchandising inertia it is a great dynamic economic force,
the great helpfulness of which hundreds and hundreds have felt in the past week and which is daily
spreading to every section of the city and environs.
Salient Points of the Tice Road Law
In view of the interest In highway the state commission in relocating
Improvement under the Tice law that
has been aroused in this county and
the coming meeting of tiie county
board to designate such highways as
shall he intended to receive state aid
the leading features of the nev.-ly en
acted highway Ktatute are here given;
It Is the duty of the county super
visors, at tht-ir first dueling after
the passage of the nev road law, to
designate which highways in the coun
ty shall be rhopen for btate nid roads,
and thebe shall bo as nearly as pos
sible those highways that connect the
these routes. This map then becomes
a county o(!5clal record.
If the supervisors do not make out
this map within six months tl-e stats
highway commisaion may make such
selection of roads Itself and send the
map to the county clerk to file.
The state money appropriated for
these st?te aid roads shall ba allottt-f
to each county each year, in the same
ratio to the total appropriation tnat
the total amount levied in each county
for roada and bridges bears to the to
tal amount levied iu the state for
roads and bridges. Hence the county
principal cit.es and trr.dihg point; but that is interested enough to put the
these shall not include any part ofjlareer amount of money into its own
a road within the corporate limits of j roads can get the larger amount of
any city or village, nor be more than i help ftom the state.
20 per cent of the road mileage ' of j The state money cannot be used to
the county. ip8V more tnan one-half the cost of
A map of the county with these j improving a road. Uut if any county
state aid roads marked thereon, yhall fails to appropriate an amount equal"
be sinned by the county cWk and ' to the state's allotment to that county
sent to the state highway commission 'within six months, then the ,allotment
which shall make only such changes ! ehall be forfeited by that county and
as will best serve to make the most I shall be rraliotted to thesn founts
direct routes between cities and trad-'which have complied with the require-i consect 1,1 tne 6tate commission
in jirinis 01 uiuerem counues, ana j monts. Assessing a tax to raise its
connecting with the s tate aid roads i portion of the cost is Fufflcient ac
of adjoining counties. This map Is I ceprarice by a county of the allotment
then returned to the contity board. It or .l.at it has nassed nn nr,i . ...
grl.is the matter by passing a resolu
tion requesting such an improvement,
describing the section of highway;
this within 10 days the county clerk
certifies to the state commission which
as soon as possible shall determine
wh i r this improvement will be of
pul lic utility and convenience and cer- i
tifv its approval or disapproval. j
If approved the state highway en
gineer or his assistant must- make ;
proper surveys and prepare maps, j
plans, specifications and estimates of :
cost, and the county superintendent j
may be asked to assist fn this work.
Jinch plans may provide for the widen-1
ing of a high way or for a reasonable
.Sedation from the route selected by
the county board.
The completed plans shall be sub
mitted to both the state commission
and the county board. Und then a
final order authorising the work is re-
quired from both the state commission
and the county supervisors, and so the ;
board of any county has the oppor- j
tunity to reject the final plans and '
give up the project if it is not satis- j
factory when all the details are made j
out in black and white. But when the
final resolution is adopted the super
visors cannot rescind it w ithout the !
tmm. is .
Another Shipment of Over One Hundred New
Actual $5.90, $7.50 &
$9.75 Values will be
on Sale Tomorrow, at
You really must make it a point to soc the remarkable bargains we are offering in this -sale
it's a brand-new lot of charming Summer Dresses which we have just received from
New York dozens of pleasing styles in white voile, striped voile, ratine and linen Dresses
dainty flowered effects trimmed with laces, embroideries, etc. prettiest styles and
combination color effects most of them have just been unpacked and are crisply fresh
and new all sizes for ladies and misses values up to $0.73 in one lot at $3.93.
Dresses Values up to
An extraordinary assortment of Summer Dresses
charming styles in dotted and 6triped voiles,
silk tissues, lawns, linens and pretty ginghams
values up to $5.00
. Wednesday at
( 1 5 & 3 1 9.95 DressesY
' Made of pattern chiffon, dotted voiles,
thread-striped crossbar madras, sheer
lingerie and lace trimmed batiste. About 300
Dresses, 30 styles all sizes.
coSt SILK SHIRTS
Special offering of 300 Silk Outing Shirts mannish ef
fects In china and habutai silk In combination stripes such
as navy and white, Ted and white, black and white, as well as
all white made with Robespierre collar as well as the new
fiat collars and three-quarter sleeves remarkable
values at the price we name....,
Coats Worth to 24.75 j)
Steamer, Beach and Sport Coats, $8.50
$1.98 I i or
1r for tie purpose of preparing such
work t hut tho county board will meet
If necessary n committee from the
county supervisors may confer with
The supervisors may use for-such!
a state aid road any available fund in I
I its treasury, or It may issue bonds sub-!
! mining the slme to the voters of the j
mittlnc to the vote of the people
adultionnl tax for this purpose, cr for
issuii.jj bends for tho same.
To get a state aid road built in any
coi.ny, the board of supervisors be-
PI OF THIS MODERN fif
whether large or mall, receive the same courteous treatment,
prompt service and efficient management of their banking busi
ness. The officers and employes at all times are at your service.
4 interest paid on deposits.
Make Our Bank Your Bank
H. E. CASTEEL, President. M. S. HEAGY, Vice Pres. H. B. Simmon, Cash.
Southwest corner Second avenue and Eighteenth street.
county, or as indicated it may levy '
taxes for this improvement or submit '.
the question for levying, such a tax '
"$1.50 Middy Blouses, 79c
In ' all white, and with navy, red and
Copenhagen blue; sailor and round collars
and ties sizes 6 to 20 years.
No more than three to any cne customer.
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$1.25 & $1.50 New Summer Waists, 85c
Sheer Voiles and Batistes In fully 20 up-to-the-minute low
neck models either round, square or with plain or lace Ti-.i.
trimmed collars, the medici frill, new back and front yoke
effects, and other new style features, plain pin tucked models;
others trimmed in dainty laces, allovcr embroidery and em
broidered coin dots and a few color" embroidered.
Clearance of Skirts &sVp3k S2 $1.98
A preat one-day close out. 100 fresh, new washable
Skin; extra quality P. K. and Rep., in over a dozen
of the season's best styles; belted and tucked backs,
panel back effects, etc.; all regular and extra sizes;
actual values $2.50 to $3.00; choice while the 100 last,
Wednesday, $1.98. ,
$2.50 Summer Waists
Pretty "Waists in batiste, voile
and fancy materials with dainty
yoke effects in Val. and shadow laces
some are trimmed in colors, others are all
white high and low neck long and short
sleeves regular $1.98 and $2.50 J AQk
values tomorrow at V A
Clearance of Tailored Suits
$10.90 and $12.75 Siik-Lined Suits
Shepherd cheeks and fancy two-toned
pray and tmi mixtures, in the smart 3
and 4 button straight front and semi
cutaway styles, with wide revers; all
sizes. Reduced for clearance, to
r 51.50 Women's f0
i aKi. rm
Crepe Kimonos uJfU
Fine Serpentine and Crepe Ki
monos; some are effectively trim
med with satin-bound collar, while
others have the pretty collar ef
fect; included in this lot are dainty
lawn Kimonos; qo
to the vote of the people.
5 FA Sr
THE ALWAYS BUSY STORE
GROSSMAN LEADS OTHERS FOLLOW
vac c a 1
(&rW $1 to $1.50 D
44c and 97c
Gingham Dresses, percale
and chambray dresses in
lifrht and dark colors, sizes
6 to 14 years, in two clear
ing sale lots, 44c and 97c. J
London's Mighty Roar.
J.imes Russell Lowell was never so
happy as during his tennre of the
American lecntion. "I do like Lon
don." he writes to Charles Eliot Nor
ton soon after h!s appointraeut "It
gives a fillip to my blood, now growing
more slupgisb tlmn It used to be. I
love to stand in the middle of Hyde
park and forget myself in that dull
roar of ever circulating life which
bears a burden to the song of the
thrush I am listening to. It is far
more impressive than Niagara, which
bas nothing else to do and can't help
itself. In this vast torrent all the
drops are men." London Chronicle.
What Ha Wanted It For.
"I wish 1 bad money enough to get
married." he remarked.
She looked down and blushed. "And
what would yon do?" she asked,
looking very bard at a little design on
"I would spend It traveling." be re
plied. And the thermometer fell 10 de
Burning Up Gold.
Burning a small piece of gold leaf Is
custom observed by the Chinese at
certain anniversary celebrations, and
It Is estimated that gold to the value
of $10,000,000 Is destroyed annually In
this way. This estimate Is based oa
the assumption that each Individual of
a total population of 410,000.000 burns
at each of two anniversaries a piece of
gold leaf weighing .309 grain, ma kins
a total of 271.000.000 grains. A five
dollar gold piece weighs 129 grains.
Teething children have mor or less
diarrhoea, which can be controlled by
giving Chamberlains Colic, Cholera
and Diarrhoea Remedy. All that la
necessary is to give the prescribed
dose after each opera tioa of tne Dow
els more than natural and then castor
oil to cleanse the system. It Is safe
and sure. Sold by all druggists.
Mrs. Matilda Bandholtz, who ha3
ben living in St. Paul, Minn, for
seme time past, is visting relatives and
friends here. Mrs. Bandholtz will
Try "GETS-IT." th Paialma New-Plan
Corn Cur. See 1 our Corna Van
lab In n Hurry.
"Whew! hurts way up to my heart.
I've tried almost everything for corns:"
Cim-suffererc cornless Jov is at
hand: "GETS-IT" is the only real en
emy any corn ever had. Put "GETS-
"Well. Old Ton Ever! Come Orer ana
See How Eaay GETS-IT Got
IT" on in two seconds, and away they
go. shrivel, vanish. No moie cotton
rings to make the corn sharper and
more buigy, no more bandages to Eton
circulation and stick to tiie stocking
no more salves to turn the flesh raw
and make the com "pull," no mora
knives or razor with danger of bleed
ing and biod poisoning.
"GETS-IT" is painless, storm pain
and is absolutely harmless to healthy
f"hT JV?.rts an1. buni" disappear.
GETS-IT" gives Immediate relief.
"GETS-IT" is sold at druggists' at 25
certs a bottle, or sent on receipt of
price to E. Lawrence &. Co Chicaec
leave In a short time for Florida
where she owns seme landi
Mrs. Charles Gustafsou is visiting
relatives in Moline.
Robert Farley of Rock Island spent
Sunday with his mother in Cambridge.
Miss Phoebe Rogers is visiting rela
tives and friends in Chicago.
Mr. and Mrs. Vern Talbot and fam
ily of Galva- visited relatives iu Cam
Mrs. Leroy Taylor left .Wednesday
last for a visit with relatives in Orion.
P. A. Johnson, the Jeweler, was iu
Mrs. Olof Kraus left Wednesday for
a visit with relatives in Bishop Hill.
Mrs. J. A. Boodley and Mrs. Charles
Anderson were Rock Island callers
Mrs. Frank Kaiser and little daugh
ter left Wednesday for a short visit
with relatives and friends in Ke
wanee. August F. Dorje and sister Mrs.
Mary Zang of Kewanee, visited at the
home of Mr. and Mr3. Dill Lockey and
Miss Esther Lcckey returned home
Saturday morning after a visit with
her sisters in Galva and Kewanee.
Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Doye and chil
dren and Mrs. Harry Ressigne of
Galva visited at the William Lockey
L. A. Bo'.in of Kewajiee spent Sim
day at the home of William Lockey
Mrs. W. D. Fierce, Mrs. J. F. TaP
bot and the Misses Pearl and Bessie
Busenbark, spent last Wednesday In
the tri-cities. :
Arrangements are being made for
a big county progressive all-day pic
nic to be held In Cambridge in the
near future, and to which the ladies
cf the entire county are invited in
celebration of the victory won a month
ago when they were given the right
of franchise by an act of the Illinois
state legislature. - It is planned to have
at 'least two of the ladies present who'
were largely responsible for the pass
age of the measure and who have
given their time and efforts unsnnt
ingly to the cause cf woman suffrage.
Iduny prominent men and women will
be present and a most profitable time
Little Miss Leila Taylor entertained
a number of her young friends at her
home cn last Tuesday afternoon in
honor of her tenth birthday anniver
sary. Tiio afternoon was spent in
playing various games. After which
refreshments .were served that wIj
just to the liking of the little tots. A
pleasant time is reported.
Wi'.iiam I'oi py returned Wednes
day from a few weeks' visit with rela
tives and friends in the tri-cities.
Dates for the Henry county fair in!
Cambridge will be August 18 tc 22.
RAWER, MINN., MAYOR IS
ARRESTED FOR KILLING
International Falls, Minn., July 22.1
James Kelly is in the county jail
here on a charge of murder and Mayor
Edeke of Ranier is out on bail, charged
with being an accessory to the crime,
as the result of the death yesterday
morning of F. J. Couture of the same
city, who was assaulted by a gang last
tight. " . :
Couture recently appeared before
the grand jury and testified that there
is not even a pretense of law observ-.
ance at Ranier, that the saloons are
cpen all night, that gamblers are per
mitted to conduct games openly and
that disreputable houses are pro
tected. A gang marchel to the Ranier Hotel,
conducted by Couture.
Couture was aked if he had testified
to certain facts before the grand Jury
and on receiving an affirmative
answer, the crowd attacked and beat
bim until he became unconscious. The
mayor la, said to have .been " In the
Surrender Seats to Women.
New York, July 22. Women enter
in;? crowded street cars from now on
should look for the man wearing a
blue button. The wearer is a member
of tha Mvn's League for Woman Suf
frage and one of his principles is to
pive his seat to the first woman who
needs it. A resolution to this effect
was passed at an executive meeting of
the men's league.
HER FRIEND'S i
rhe Results Made This Newburi
Lady Clad She Followed 3
Newburg, Ala. "For more than
year," write Myrtle Cothrum, of this
place. "I suffered with terrible pains fn
"my back and head. ' I had a sallow
complexion, and my face was covered
with pimples. Our family doctor only
gave' me temporary, relief. 7 .
A friend of mine advised me to try
Cardul, so I began taking it, at onjri,--and
with the best results, -for I wa
cured after taking two bottles. Mr
mother and my aunt have also used
Cardul and were greatly benefited.
I shall always praise Cardul to sick
and suffering women."
Cardul is a purely Tegetable. pep.
fectly harmless, tonic remeay for wo
men, and will benefit young and old. ;
' Its Ingredients are mild herbs, ka
Ing a gentle, tonic effect, on the wo
manly constitution: ' '
CftrrtuJ has helped a million womet
tiack to health and strength.
Have vou. tried it?' If not, please
Co. It may be Just what you need, j
fj p. Wr'te to: L4!e' A4vlorv Dept.. pi
one Mfdicine Co..Ch.itnoos. Tern., far fipreutl
fwrructi'j-t. MTii M-nh book. " Hum Treuacal
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