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THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 23. 1013.
ASK LICENSE FOR
B. It Sward and E. H. Corbin
Propose to Change Site for
Much Discussed Show.
DRINK DANGER IS
B. H. Sward and E.' H. Corbsn this
morning filed with the city comrais-
"2 slon formal application (or a license
:l to operate a moving picture theatre
J on Fourteenth avenue between Thirty
H sevanth and Thirty-eighth Greets.
It will be remembered that at the
meeting of the commission last Mon
r day, the council went on record as
Z opposed to the location, of the theatre
;i on Thirty-eichth street and Fourteenth
2 avenue, follow In sr. protests from P. J.
2 Carlson and other residents in that
ri locality. It is now proponed to place
7-j the show around the corner on Four-
teenth avenue, and it is believed there
will be no objection to this site.
admiiation for the new building. "Th'e
followne letter ha been received !
from Mr. Brown relative to the new
build he: "T want to tell vo-i hnw
LgreaUy I appreciated seeinsr your new!
j manual arts building. It is certainly I
! the heat lhin' a' the- L-inrl in ;t - a-4 -
j in the country and you deserve a great j
! deal of credit for get ing it into such ! Alabama Congressman, Hero of
gcod shape. I predict ycur work w in j Merrimac, Gives First
be better than it has ever been before i .
in Rock island. . . Aagustana Lecture.
Yerr cordially yours. "
"HENRY E. BROWN."
While in this ciy. Mr. Bron said
that the local manual arts building I "
was as good as the builJins which has Force cf Federal Government Work-
recently been erected in New Trier
GREAT DESTROYER SUBJECT
at the cost of half a million dollars.
He also s'id that ir was without, doubt
the' bent arranged building of its kind
that he has ever seen.
Girls from the ward schools this
ing Towards Educating Young
to Eschew Intoxicants.
! temperance legislation and agitation
j which is being carried out for the edu
I cation of the younger generation along
I the line of prohibition.
j KI'lOl.lTIO 1 CO(.BE. -
He mentioned how . a joint resoln
; tion to that effect had been introduced
in. congress and how .the forces ol the
government were being tfsed in carry
ing out this work. Two million'coples.
of his lecture, "The Great Destroyer,"
had been sent out and that more tem
perance literature was being prepared
and that a vigorous campaign was be- J
ing carried on in that line. "We ex- r
; pect,". said he, "that the coming gen-'
eratton, on account or wis campaign
of education, will arise and place aj
prohibition amendment in the federal 1
constitution." . " j
Colonel ' Burr, commandant of tho ;
Rock Island arsenal, introduced Cap- j
tain Hcbscn. speaking of him as aj
"man of action, one who has built
ships, sunk, ships, and raised ships:
II AT HIGH SCHOOL II
Henry Oldys entertained about 6'i0
students of the High school and I-m-crln
building after school yesterday.
He lectured on birds and clearly imi
tated their calls. Mr. Oldys Is travel
ing under the au?pice.s of the H'inois
"In the light of the truth that every
drink endangers health, the terrible
truth that alcohol destroys and de-
morning took up their work of cooking ! generates, and that it blights progeny, J Xow e is ""devoting himself to moral j
iu me iiiaiiuni ans iunu:nc lor me mere cau ue jiuiii iwr siauusiuuii ui , upilll Ol uie people.
first, time. With the completing of 'he the individual but one rational course This is the first time that Hobson
cooking room at the manual - arts . in life with regard to this deadly pois
building, the girls throughout the city ! on- and that Js a ,ife ot absolute, total
will be better accommodated for this j abstinence," declared Congressman
work. The girls of 'he two uooer i Richmond P. Hobson of Merrimac
grades of the IvOnrfellow and Wash-' fanle Iast evening in his lecture on ability of the speaker.
ington buildings win receive instwc- 'Th Groat Destroyer, which was the
'.ions at the Longfellow school, while . PeninK number of the Augtistana col
those of the Lincoln anj Hawthorno I lepe lyceum course,
trill come t the mh-.uai art .iirtir,. I The speaker said that there is In
for their lessons. The cooking room
at the Ixmgfellow building was furn-l
lMiea wan tne apparatus which Mas
rapt attention afforded him by the!
large audience amply testified to the !
merit of tho lecture anu the oratorical I
LISTERATED PEPSIN j
GUM FREE THIS WEEK I
used at Ihe High school
science rooms lart year.
Beautiful Hair, a Joy Forever.
If VOU have a beautiful head of hair.
Henry E. P,rr.n. formerly principal trv to kefD iL ,f har hlt trv
of the local H:gh school.' hut. now atjt0 get it. Meritol Hair Tonic keeps
the head of the New Trier township j t:e scalp clean, promotes a healthy
High school of Cook county, vls'.ted ; Rro th of beautiful hair, and keeps
the Iccal High school a few days ago, R soft and lustrous. Trv It. Harner
every living thing an evolutionary im
pulse to rise and progress. This prog
ress is not changinc the physical na
ture of itan, but is evolving chiefly in
his nervous system, building up those
delicate centers of the brain that hav
to do with the moral sense. And while
Local Tobacco Dealers Presenting One
Package to Each Purchaser
of Mecca Cigarets.
For the next few days tobacco deal
ers in Rock Island and MolUie will
and after bring shtjv over
manual arts bribing expressed
House Pharmacy and H. O. Rolfs, dis
pensory chemist, sole agents. (Adv.)
i -vilfif III ' ?
nature is trying to produce a higher I fre m evort r.nrliaer of a 10c
type of civilization, alcoholic bever- j new ova, p aicca c, a j
ages are reversing the processes oft . . I
j nature and setting back the purposes j standard 5c package of usteraiea rep- j
i of creation. - This, declared Captain i sin gum. This gum Is one of the most i
j Hobson, is the titanic force which is ; carefully produced and delightfully j
j preventing us from producing a per- j flavored chewing compounds made. Its j
I feet nation. ; scientific preparation is said to make j
;it:s xt. TILTH'S. ! Listeraten Pepsin gum Denenciai as ;
'The statistics of the war dopart- j well as enjoyable, and through its free j
ment show- the appalling fact that al-: distribution, 'local smokers have an j
cohol is killing off as many Americans ' opportunity to try it without cost. Two !
every year as all the wars of the world j novelty rugs are also given with each I
have killed in battle in 2.000 years," cval package of twenty cigarets.
asserted obson. "The figures of the The manufacturers of Mecca cig- j
British government and the English i arets reem quite willing to make this,
life insurance companies as the effect ' special offer to secure tha wide trial
of drinking on longevity are as fol- i they desire for this brand. Mecca j
lows: r I c igarets have an unusually large sale !
"If a young man at the ago of 20 is; throughout the country, and it is said
a total abstainer and remains so he ' that a large proportion of this sale is .
will live to the average age of 5G, hut! to smokers who like Mecca for its ex-.
f he is a moderate drinker he will I ceptirnal mildness and sweetness, ir-;
live to the average of SI. If he is a : respective of price. In fact, tobacco;
heavy drinker he will die at the aver-. dealers say that Mecca is constantly j
age age of , ".p." ! surprising smokers who expect such;
"It is "evident," he continued, "that 'high quality only in cigarets costing;
the 'Great Destroyer' must he de-1 double (Adv.)
stroyed. All investigators of the sub- j .
ject have come to that conclusion.' The t Removal Notices.
divergence of opinion is in the method j rr. S. B. Hall has moved his office j
of procedure. We cannot change the to Robinson building, 20S Eighteenth
nitv there .- X
is ahvays one
mvert h int-.'
pots -quality ".be-.1 L
fore every other
ideals continually ,
drive him in quesj ef :
merchandise of ;th
-finest" character. '-.
- He leaver . no - stone un-
turned: He searches the en
tire garment field for clothing '.'
that most fully, represents the"'"'
xinues of hnc fabrics, faultless
snles and .. superb -workmanship.
Almost in-ariably this merchant-sells
Only oneconsideratlon cornpels the dealer to choose
Stein-Bloch the fact that he must thoroughly satisfy
a clientele of exacting dressers, or see their custom go
to a better judge of fine clothing.
The Stein-Bloch Company has been co-operating with
this spirit of leadership for fifty-nine years and the
Stein-Bloch label today among men who knrw clothes
values stands unequivocally for "The Highest Expres
sion of the I ailor s Art.; - . ' ,' '
THE STEIN-BLOCH CO.,
sss" S0Si '"r-v."::"- I
In your city
to this store
We owe no allegiance
to any other purpose than
to provide for you the
finest merchandise that
the foremost makers have
learned how to produce.
In clothes, our judg
ment has led us to select
Stein-Bloch Smart Clothes.
At the present time "ve
know of no other line of
garments that approach
Stein-Bloch styles and
workmanship. We invite
you to a personally con
ducted inspection of the
new Stein-Bloch models.
I old drinkers, but we can mold the
young, and it is .with the young that
we must begin." I
Captain Hobson outlined the plan of I
Dr. F. H. First har moved his office
to Kobinscn building, 208 Eighteenth
with us in
NotHplv Much We Can Get.
Holy Little We Can Afford to Ask
In the pricing of furs this is the policy
that differentiates The Bee Hive from most
The plan of marking goods high at the
beginning of the season and making big'
price reductions later on has never ap
pealed to us.
It's right now that we serve you best.
J It's right now that we want you to compare
I'noxjionsive anl always popular, arc here in al
most endless variety.
Muffs, Neckpieces and Sets
Separate -Muffs at $1.25, $1.75, $3.00, $5.00, $6.75.
e kpie.-es at $1.50, $2.00, $3.00, $5.00, $7.50.
Coney Fur Sets at $2.75, $3.S8, $5.00 to $20.
Hed Vox Sets in manv new effeets at
$10, $12.50, $15, $25, $30.
j JtaC White Furs, verv popular this season.
i vox ' $19 fin 1R 9n MR
Yvv YV YV fMW
American Martin, separate Muffs or Xeekpieees,
$5, $6, $7.50, $10.
In the finer and higher priced furs the
j moderate pricing is especially noticeable.
of and every stylish and good fur is here
in the newest effects.
Jap and Brook Minks Persian Paw Wild Cat
Raccoon Black, Blue and Natural Wolf
Whole Country Watches Alabama Senatorship Contest
, ; - ) k Kh - i i , r rt i j
any influence has been used
administration of that trust."
It is generally believed that
'wood has the better chance of being;
.sent to the senate, as the people of.
I Alabama arc not ready to accept the
principles for which Hobson stands.1
He believes in prohibition, in woman '
il suffrage and is a stanch follower of ;
Hobson is a native of Alabama and ,
is 43 years old. He has a record of ;
'splendid service in the navy and his i
bottling up of Cervera8 fleet in San-,
tiago harbor durins the Spanish-Amor- j
ica"n war is a bright spot in Amer'cun!
naval history. He has been iu the ;
lower house since 1907. !
Underwood is a native of Kentucky
and wa born in 1862. He was ad-,
mitted to fhe' bar in 1884 aud since!
then has practiced lnw in Birmingham.!
Ala. He hag represented his d'strict '
in congress since 1895 and is now dem-!
ccrstic floor leader in the house of
Engagement Rings, daintily
fashioned and set with diamonds
or gems of your choice.
Weddiug Silverware and Cut
Glass, beautiful new creations in
these wares that will tuaVe tb
bridj rejoice. "
, Remember this store for
Autumn wedding gifts. .'
So trouble to show and sug
gest and 'advise. '
Selections will be put away
for you if you wish.'
.'SWELER ;"02 Second Avenut.
Oscar Underwood (left) and Richmond P. Hobson.
cot knev what to do. Finally I gave
Washington, T). C..' Oct. 23. Be-rttt the Underwood campaign was be'-j'r
cause of the national prominence of in? financed from Wall street. I did ' BE
the contestants, the fight now being
waeed between Oscar W. Underwood
and Richmond Pearson Hobson for the out a statement that I had great pride
acant Alabama senatorial seat Is be-the state cf Alabama, but that 1 did'
ing watched with interest by the whole not' propose to submit to the Wall)
country. street backing of O.-car Underwood, j
The fisbt wil! be spirited, if not- "I want to say now toat my tup-j
bitter, for both nifn are determined port and the support of the progres-'
and tbey represent diametrically op- sives of Alabama at that time was.
Black and Sable FOX Bulgarian Coney though both are democrats. 'Und.r-'I known that Tbornia F. Ryan, who
i wooa is a conservative: liocfon a raa-.as utnoun'pu uy nrj,t.j, v; cnanc-
WORK ON AUTO GARAGE !
FOR CITY IS STARTED
Hudson, Collins Harumerich, gen
eral contractors, began work in earn
esfc' this' morning on the new garage
-which is to house the auto pa'rol. Ths
olfl barn next to the city hall is being
torn down- and. In .Its place a modern
brick structure with "a cement lloor
win 1)6 erected.
For good work in Building and
HUDSON, COLLINS &
we start a
SHOP 1133 ELEVENTH AVE.
Phone R. I. 2073. Res. 518,
San F'rancisCQ Ir commemoration
of the discovery of the Pacific by Hal
boa 400 years azo a man impersonat
ing the Spanish explorer entered thei
harbor in the torpedo boat destroyer
Farragut as part of the festival in
which the population of the city and
about 100,000 flutfiders took part.
I kfl For Draal. I
L 1 " "mmmmmmwM
as stber Drf Uiof, tktTobtcc Habit si i
THEKEOEY INSTITUTE, Owight, 111.
Black Poney Coats at $40, $45, $50, $57.50.
?4 and Full Length Brown Coney Coats, at $30
Children's Fur Sets, $1.93, $2.93, $3.93 to $10.
S hnnt sil 100 Children's Brown Coney Fur -Opt!
LIU I Sets, a Special Purchase and Not !
A. W A WY-t m. f
10 ise iiaa Again wuen n
These Are Gone, Per Set jOC
The "Bee Hi be on the Corner
Stand and "Bred? Streets, Vabsnport
Heal. iitig the I'Dderwood camnatgn in great
Some idea of the nature of the fi.-rht mearure I wmld have fought bim, and.
j may be gained from the remarks made furthermore, he never tmculd have:
by the two gentlenitn cn the floor of "been the choice of the people of Ala-:
'the house of representatives the othf:r ; t?ma.
;day. both bein? members of that body.' 'I hereby oeclare that the choice
, Hobson In his speech called atteation.cf nim fr fhp senate shall not be oh-:
' to the fart that Thomas Fortune Ryau 'tained the Eame way." . v
'of Wall ureet hd contributed S35.C00 Reply:ng to this attack. Mr. Up.dr
!to the Underweod fund in the prelim-'wood said no man ever had used him
icary presidential campaign. -as p. toci.
; -Pefore the camfnian 1 told Bryan; "The people of the ' United States
I that 1 ws for Oscar Underwood." said ; have seen me placed in a position
; Hcbscn. -1 told Wilson, then gover-, where temptation was strong to yield
;ror. the same thing. I said I was ia to ialluences, and I challenge anyone
! accord with the Wilscn progressive 1 o point to a s?ngle b'.st cfc my carew."
politics, hut.thst I was for Underwood "aid Underwood. "A great trust was
(because of state pride. 'pJaccd in my hands and I challenge the
j -i-uiaily uhnrges- began to b made .gentleman from Alabama to show that,
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