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THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS. WEDNESDAY. SEPTEMBER 3, 1913
GOSSIPS LINK THE NAME OF ELIZABETH SANDS WITH THAT OF .
VINCENT ASTOR; HIS MOTHER SAID TO FAVOR NOTED BEAUTY
jr .- .mm n urn . . w
ome, see tne new things never were iasnions prettier
and Dining Room,
and watch repairing.
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XS'A A l,: I!
Lett to right: Mrs. A?m Willing Astor, Miss Elizabeth Sands and Miss A. Powell at Newport
Newport, R I., Aug. 26. Sinco the
arrival at Newport of Mrs. Ava Will
lug After the gossips have beui buty
w!tn u ncv name which they have link
ed wKh that of hor son Vincent, wro
!s r. v.r lieal of the Abtor family t&d
chancellor of Its exchequer. The rumen
now l.-i that Mis9 Elizabeth SanJs, 3ie
beautiful daughter of Mrs. Frederick
Sar.de, accV Vincent are engaged.
However that may be, certain it is
that joudx Astor has been seen much
with MIfs Sands during the past few
weeks, and Mrs. Astor is known to
!joli with great favor upon the young
woman. Miss Sands not only is a noted
tfcautj-. but she is a great social favor
ite hoth m Newport and New York.
Refuses Back Wages to Chorus
Girl and Drags Her Off a
Trunk at Theatre.
"It never ralr.g but It pours."
Fo'lowlug eeveral attachments
cgainst thi Murphy Musicai Comedy
company, Joell Mi'rphy, the producer.
and bis wife were last niglit arraigned
lady would use," according to Ma
Just what the future hold3 In store
for the ill-fated theatrical venture,
remains to be seen.
Hor6e Thieves in Henry.
(Special to The Argus.)
Galva. 111., Sept. 3. The authorities
of Henry county are on the lookout
for hcrsc thieves who have been op
erating In this locality. Mr. Ferker
son, near here, repbrts a horse ni's3
Ing. and two were stolen from a farm
near Kewante within the last week.
i here Sept. 23.
Bichcp Hill Old Seitlers.
(Special to The Argus.)
Eishop Hill. 111., Sept. 3. The Bish-
, , ... . or, Hill Old Settlers' association has
of cne of the chorus girls, Mabelle
Parker. The warrants were the out
come of a dispute over back wages on
Labor day, when Miss Parker engaged
in a lively controversy with Mr. and
Mrs. Murphy. The man was finej $j
ana ccsie cn an assami acu oauery lt fro:n ytur home drussist. ssnd di-
charge while his wfe. Mrs. Agnea;rect t0 T w Stevens & Co., Wil-J
Murpliy, was assessed $1 and cob's j Ros,e, Wis. Sample box 23c. larce size,
on a disorderly conduct charge. The jj.O. Guaranteed by T. W. Steven?
fines were remitted and the coats . Lrug company. (Adv.)
ROOT AND LEWIS
CLASH OVER TAX
Eastern Man Says Income Levy
Wquld Be Unjust to People
of New York.
Washington, D. C, Sept. 3. An ap
peal by Senator Root for justice to the
people of New York in the levying of
the income tax anu a reply by Senator
Lewis of Illinois, who said the chosen
few cf wealth should be made to pay
for the lenefits of government, marked
j ye-.tcrdsy's tariff debate in the sen-iate.
"Hav Fever Knocker." Senator Root said his state which
, , 1 paid so large a proportion of the civil
Any Buirorer of hay fever can be income lax had vollinUrlly Ellr.
quickly iclieved by us:cS Stevens rfplHar,, ifa ,.nT,.,.f iotl5,. n-ntPrt'on
Hay Fever Knocker. If unable to geti,rjnt ..,, fnv,t!nn r,n t,, nnvin.
! tion that the wisdom of self-control
I and moderation would stay the other
s ates from combining to heap upon
! it tiie burden of taxation.
He said that the men on whom the
income tax would fall were thoiie on
hers New York depr.Jed as the
reat yearly ex
penses. He attacked the 53.000 ex-
tiie oeisi j source for meeting its
The girls claim that they asked fo: ; Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera end
a week's back salary and were re-1 Diarrhoea Remedv is today
fuseJ. Miss Parker became insistent, 1;nowr. mciHclre in use for the relief
r.na .Murpi.. so u is ai.cgta. pe.zGU'enil cure of -oowei complaints. It rrnntion as relievlne the axricultural
the chorus maid by the phou'der er.i i c.area griping, diarrhoea, dysentery. ! stales from the burden cf taxation,
dragged her Ao n from a dreosir.s tand should be taken at the first un- and advocated a 61.000 exemption.
rcom trunK, wtU uaneces'ary vio
lence. The argument became warm, la eoually valuable for
and Mrs. Murphy is alleged to have adults. It always cures.
callea Mifs ParKer no;r.es wnlch no drupgists. (Adv.) I crcment and that in accordar.es with
I natural looseness of the bowels. It j Senator Lewis caid New York had
cunaren ana tailed notably to mane us r:en men
Sold by all . bear their share of the burden of gov-
CALIFORNIAN INVENTS FREAK AEROPLANE WHICH HE SAYS WILL
MAKE AERIAL TRAVEL QUITE SAFE; INTERESTS A CONGRESSMAN
Ij'" " " " iiy?r sr
Carl Browne and hla "oCtopUne."
Washington, Sept 3. Carl Browne ' small gasoline engine and Is experi
of California has appeared again n roentlng with his Invention in the back
Watbingtop. This time he did not ar-jyard of Congressman Kent's uonae In
rive at the bead of a contingent of , Washington.
rvwov-a rtnv as be did years ago, I Browne calls his machine the "ccto-
- p. - A
hut has invaded the capital with a plane.
All summer ready to wear grouped
into two lots $1 and $2.50
Every purchase is con
sidered" important, in this
store, whether the amount
spent is a few cents or many
dollars. The prime idea is
to have every customer sat
isfied with her purchase.
Our large force of trained,
intelligent and courteous
salespeople are always alert
to see that you are served promptly.
These people Interest themselves In
your satisfaction, and make every rea
sonable effort to help you get exact
ly the merchandise you want.
It is this spirit of genuine helpful
ness that is bringing thousands of
customers back to this store time af
These prices are but a small part of the actual value of the garments, but
we are bent upon making an absolute clean-up of all summer goods. There
are not all sizes in every line, but the assortments are sufficiently large to af
ford good picking for those who come early.
Silk and chiffon waists In various colors worth $1.98
House dresoes, light and dark colors; worth $1.50 and $2.50
Children's wash dresses in pretty styles; worth $3.9S
Kimonos In figured lawn, light and dark; worth $3.9S
Children's sweaters of splendid quality worth $2.50
Wnite waMs trimmed with lace and embroidery: worth $2
Wash skirts in the season's best styles; worth $3.98
Petticoats in sateens and wash materials; worth $1.50
Wash suits of splendid linens worth $10 and $12.50
Linen coats in popular styles, worth $7 and $10
Colored wash dreses of splendid materials, worth $10
Coats for women and misses; good styles; worth $18
Separate skirts in the most favored styles; worth $10
Children's coats in various materials; worth $7.50
Children's dresses in pretty dainty materials; worth $1.93
Silk petticoats of splendid quality silk; worth $7.50
Children's white dresses worth $4.75 up to $7.50
To have a beautiful figure
The woman who possesses
an ambition to have a beau
tiful figure should look to
the corset fof the secret.
Fashion more strongly than
ever favors, the natural figure.
Produce in the most skillful manner the
natural, graceful lines. These corsets are
frequently termed the "athletic," but the
Increasing vogue of the so-called corset
less figure has brought them into year
around prominence. They are chiefly of
soft net with a few bones at the front sides
and back. They mold the figure into. easy,
graceful curves, holding it erect without
the slightest sense of strain. They are in
a word the highest expression of comfort.
These new models are low in the
bust, and the skirt extends to the
thigh. Wearing one of' these, you
will be well corseted, yet have all the
nnECIAN" T RECD $3-0 and $5. Fourth Floor
The Iron Trail
Anthor of "The NeVr-do-well"
Just out. Alaska again! the scene
of Rex Bea'.-h'B great successes in
a story more crowded with action and
pentimpnt than anything he has ever
done before.' Struggles of rival rail
road builders, fights against the gla
ciers and the love of an unusual
heroine make a powerful novel, quick
ening the blood like glacier air. As
for humor there is a new vein of it
in "The Iron Trail" as rich as the
gold through Klondike's best ore.
and Motor Guide
TQ Sold everywhere
JsQ else at 51
This guide book has been officially
Rdopted by the Davenport Automobile
Club. It contains all the information
that is required by a motorist regard
ing maps, routes, hotels and other road
Book Section first Moor.
New York sends us these
They come direct from the famous
house of P h i p p s, world-renowned
makers of stylish, tailored hats.
The Phipps designers
got their inspirations
from pictures by the
famous old master,
Rembrandt. These ideas
are carried out in silk
plush and velvet in dark,
rich shades brown,
prune, midnight, blue,
mahogany, bottle green
and black. There is a
refined simplicity, a
dash, a smartness about
them that brings them
into instant favor.
Ilarned and Von Maur's
is the onlv store in this
vicinity that enjoys the privilege
famous Phipps hats. $12.50 to $
of selling thcM S
17.50 2nd Floor g
Reduce your shoe bills
That is what you will certainly do if
you will buy the children's shoos here.
Our shoes are from the country's great
est factories, and are made from first
grade materials through and through
no shoddy or cheap. substitutes that
look good but soon wear out:'
rifl-mates," the foot form shoe; high and
medium tops; button models of patent and
dull leathers; $2, 8'2.2. and S2.S0.
"Iron-Clad' patent, suede and dull leath
ers;, broad senaibe toes; low heels; (2.25
"Buster Brown" shoes, strong and ser
viceable; tan, dull and patent leathers;
12.25 to $3. , First Floor, rear.
Cut out darning
Buy Buster Brown hosiery
4 pairs guar ant zed 4 months
If the whole family wears
Buster Brown hose, it will
end darning in the home.
Four months is long enough
for a stocking to wear with
out holes. If holes appear
within four months after date of pur
chase, new hosiery will he furnished
without argument or red tape. Tne
reason the manufacturers of Buster
Urown hosiery have so much confi
dence in their wearing qualities is
because thf-y are made of the finest
yarns and dyes. They-are not heavy
nor unsightly, but compare in feel,
looks and comfort with any 25c hos
iery manufactured. The next time any
member of the family needs hosier,
see to it that they buy Huster Brown
guaranteed hosiery; sold in this .vi
cinity only at Ilarned and Von Maur'a,
25c a pair
;f XlVUft 3eV l-VU . H 31 ivwit I , ... I
the growing idea that where the states
had failed to act the federal govern
ment must act for them, he was ready
to make the rich pay. He said Senator
Root himself had preached this doc
trine when secretary of state.
"Who are the people of New York
for whom the senator is so solicitous?"
the Illinois senator inquired. "Are
they those who breed around Wall
street and flock to the Waldorf
Astoria? Are they those whose names
are ' seldom found on the assessors'
lists but who hover around the Medi
terranean in the summer and the is
lands of the Caribbean in the winter?
Are there no poor and humble in his
state? Why should the senator ask
that 'my people' should be . exempt
from the burden of government?
"The object of democracy is not to
make illegal war on legal wealth, but
legal war on illegal wealth. We hear
talk of war with Mexico. Who would
be the first to hasten to this capital
to have the army and navy sent out?
It would be 'my people,' who would
want the farmer's son sacrificed to
protect their property and to prewst
invasion of the country. Let them pay
for the great benefits of government
which they enjoy, and let not all the
burden be placed on the helpless that
they may become hopeless, too."
Several items passed over on the
first reading of the bill were agreed
to during the closing hours of yester
day's session. The Norris amendment
to free list substitutes for coffee, and
one- by Senator Jones to remove the
duty from jute bags for grain ex
ports, were defeated.
It Is built on the principle of
new kind cf aeroplane, which he says
will make aerial travel perfectly safe.
He baa succeeded in interest'.ng Con
gressman William Kent of California
In hia project and Mr. Kent la said to
be backing the enterprise. Carl has
a working model equipped with a
the monoplane, but Instead of having
one fixed plane at the forward end has
eght revolving ones, four on each
side. Any two of these will act as
the fixed plane of the monoplane.
When the aviator encounters strong
cross current3 of air Browne claims
that instead of the machine being over
turned, the planes iwli merely revolve
and the "octoplane" will proceed on
an even keel.
Another feature claimed for the in-
eauon is tnat tne blast of a:r from
the propetter will be conserved by the
slanting planes and will provide a
"river of air" on which the machine
-will ride. Browae's parachute attach
ment he says will cpen and allow the
octoplane to gently descend to earth
from height aa low aa a hundred
run moline ill i !
PAN TAPE'S VAUDEVILLE
Two Performances Every
2:45 and 8:15. ,
Matinee 10c and 20c '.
Evening Prices, 10c, 23c 30c
PHONE MOLINE 37
Change cf Bill Monday and
Paint Saves Money. -
Why not use a little paint occasion
ally? It prolongs the life of the build
lngs, adds value to the priee of the
farm and helps to make "home beau
tiful." Buildings last 2T to TiO per '.eot
longer If painted. That means that
buildiDg which would last fifty to seventy-five
yenrs unpainted would lant
75 to 125 years if painted It is the
same with fences and farm imple
ments. It is easy to see that paint
aves money. Kansas Farmer.
SAFE DEPOSIT VAULTS
S CABLE p
Father I want to tell von this, my
on. The secret of success Is hard
work. Son-If It's a secret, dud. you
shouldn't bare mentioned It. For
tunately. I'm too much of a gentle
man to take advantage of infonnntioD
trained In that way.-Boston Transcript
Many There Who Could Do It.
"It la said that the devil never takes
a Tacation." -,
"Well. If be doesn't It ian't ' because
be cap't find anybody to run the placo
In bis absence." Judge:'
How Many In Family?
HOW MANY ARE THE7E IT! YOUR
FIVE? .' ; .
WELL, IT DOES NOT MAT'i ER.
13 IT NOT A FACT THAT EACH OF
THEM CAN START A SMALL SAV
ING3 ACCOUNT IF HE WISHES?
WE WOULD PREFER THAT YOU
START SMALL AND ADD TO IT
ONE DOLLAR WILL START YOU
" AT THIS BANK.
4 INTEREST PAID0H SAVINGS
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