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ISLAND ARGUS. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 2, 1911
BIG BOOST IN
. DANKL IN GALICIA
vnrit for Christian Science
YOUNG & McC
Church Brings Total
N L I :
r-jFlCE WILL COST $75,000)
F,ve Dwellings. One for K'ore Thani
$5,000, Also in List Given Out
Terxits fvr f Ot1 W worth of build
tof r i:-'uei1 Ruilding Inspector
J H. f 'W durir.R the last week. While
.v? jt.V mi edifice fur the First Church
:,i C'r.r-'. Si ie-tir-ts. at the comer of
nt -S'Vrr.'l street and Seventh avp
cue swelled t'l" amount considerably,
ret there were five dwellings, most of
vhic'.i cre co:-:'.. for which licenses.
M r-jili w--re secured by contractors.
Prroifj! 3"'.o;.c those was the horce
j; V. i'o;r1 '- to build at lftPT!
Tt fr;. t-'.T -c" The structure is to J
t ar.d ' ' f "5 erected by 1
jUS'-'- liercoon. . i
List of Permits. j
the official list of per j
General Victor DankL
Oeneral Victor Ttankl Is In command
of t'.-.e Austrian forces In Galicia. He
has suffered several severe defeats at
the bandit of the Russians, according
to "Petrograd reports.
I. Y. raaisen f-r Colonial Hotel
cor.ira-'. alteration $
Y. U"r.-t nipany for
Cecree I,nr.g. CS Thirteenth
aver'ie. ! tiling
G. st rrnar.n. 127 Fifth
Joseph Lor.;.-. 1".".'. i'in y-th rd
ireet. d liii c
M Vor'-.al for (in- And rson.
I'.'l Forty-rrvor.il street,
f O. Van Gai.ir. l"in T en
tielh street, cjraco
t-rry Smith f--r N. Taxman.
7." Tenth strr-Pt. barti.
Corze B. McNutt for W. It. Hol
ies. Ij0 T"enty-e!shtii street,
Aujrr.'t Perpe.-on for H. W.
Cciai. l-'T Tenty-a!r.th street,
nilliam Coetzincer for First
Ciurch of Christ. Scientists.
Tenty-?cond street and
Seventh avenu3. edifice ..... "
ery. lot '12. block 6. and lot 9. block
600 ; 7. Acme addition. Moline. $5,000.
; Mary Jcnniehinn et al. to Kmanuel
j I-arson. lot 1. bioc k 7. In Kast Moline
! 500 ! addition. Moline, $1,414.
j Moline Trust and Savings Rank to
Waiter .1. Peterson, nortli -JO feet of
'so'ith 240 feet O. 8. Highland. $200.
' Moline Trust and Savinps Hank to
Harry A. Sward, lot 3i. Highland addi
tion. South Moline. $2o0.
Ioum Mosenfelder to Charles Regel
brurce. lot 47. Hodman Heights, South
NEW LIBRARY BOOKS
'I REALTY CHANGES II
TriCity F.ailway Co. to Walter
Aram, part O. L. S and 9. Campbell's
Edward F. Good and w if to John X.
V.'zzzel'n. let 15 an! 1. bTock 2. Col
lege JJeiehts, Rock Island, $1.
Robert S. Woodburc and wife to
Robert J. ?.Ior.teo:r.ery, lot .. Mc.Mas
ter' Cr.-i adcinir.n. Rock I.-land, $1.
I). A. Jones ar.d w if, to Robert J.
"ictngoniery and tainutl H. Monteom-
The followiUK new books have been .
1 ri-civpd at the public, library and j
; wii; be ready for circulation on Sat-j
; Hanking and Currency in the I'nit-;
; etj States Academy of political sci-j
j et.ee. j
n.ooOi Reform of the currency Academy j
of pol'tiral science.
The Auction Block Rex Beach. !
For he Aliinson Honor Harold
Tl.e New America: a Study in lm-
rcicration M. C. Barnes. j
is a Powerful
Influence in Biosd
Work With a Definite
pose and Is a Known
Tbr a.-i pi -hlrr" !a r,.,I,?in that
i- cv. ti.a ar. J ti-usiti'. '11.1 y rt tti
"it. S. P. S. Is -r. of t-'-fce reliable ;
t'A i a kr.nira eiitiJote Xor 1 blool ,
M.r" t!.aa t-it. It Is Larir.- I
( r ! "! ct hurt the utomarb. I
i't n't ir.Tt ti: tiozf and Joint, nor
! - it a:t'.r -e ln.e?.-l'y .t the dwti :
'i f;!n. T: t It do'- f.wp tLroncb
t-i V."'A. a i .wrft;!. snrrn-r-r. rleaon-
!:1;'3r. r--:.r rialile fnr results n4
a trrtr.c 4 r.. f i th-.ne irto suSTcr '
How It Happened K. L. Bosher.
The Riirht Track C. I. Bitrnham.
Trie Jrresistible Intruder William
Sociolocical Proeress in Mission
Lands K. W. Capin.
Thinkinsr Black Ianiel Crawford.
Cireylake of Mallerby W. L. Cribb.
Phyllis M. T. Daviess.
New Kra ?a Asia G. S. Eddy.
Tents of a Xit-ht Mary Finlater.
The American Japanese Problem
S: L. Gulick.
A Knight on Wheels Ian Hav.
Tapes'ries O. I:. Hunter.
' The Clean Heart .V. S. M. Hutch-!
; ?non. J
j The French and the Enrrlish Laur-j
tnce Jerrold. !
i Asia et the Door; a Study of the!
I .Trpanese K. K. Kawakaml. j
j The Child Question in the Midst j
M. S. Labaree. i
Woman in the Alcove Jcanetto
j The Iron Heel Jack Iondon.
i Mutiny of the Elsinore Jack Tn-
Sanctuary: a Bird Masque p. W.
( yt -lopaeuja of American Govern-j
ment McIai.-chTn A- Hart. j
Trse Greatest of T:.ese Archibald;
Ail About Stamps F. .T. Melville.
Hang Ho.' Ta'bot Munjy. I
Psychology and Social Sanity Hutroi
S'ory o Diiciehurst M. X. Mnrfree.
Ru-s'.an Opera Rosa Xewmarsh.
Saturday's Child Kathleen Xorris.
Tlie Va.ii.shei Mpssenper E. P. Op
pr:;heim. Tie Wall Between R. D. Paine.
Sr.y":i "ti -k'- in d'i tV 'ipsi?h ' The I'at Sh"1 Frederick Palmer. J
r.i iz j(,u lr r. r. oame your i nruij 01 .avarre, llilio Ji. r;. 1'OT-
'.""n ;fri i' nvr,r.l"rfnl i.T Dt- your fr
--i.i.i.sj ir'i':-i i y,:r an, wary, mura,
f 'z: ft rc'-j i!. of sj'y- i Richmond.
i.r?Ia j-ii .-arrp:y koow your
: it fjr-z it w'ci r-i't to-i on ! T!:o Sheep Track X
?"J f'' : k- p T-n p''5r.z all ar mi l j .
t:.t '.; ;-'.,:"',r"". i plov sod mow to make
"t a tr., brnr:rr. f.urlfrin me 1!fln
ti't I ir ti !i t . j a n rM f rwi
T!ie Twenty first of June G. 1
Pan-Ccrmanlin R. C Fsher.
I: t in' tvi '1. S. S. S. 1
r ' i;..1l-. .rlniia. da., ana :r ro i are (
'"-d . .! r: rKit'born b!o'I I.ae
'- r!!-,i il- jurtmi-Dt w!i! f J'J you j
!? -. v.'ri'e thrrn. I
White Collar Line
eave3 Rock Island for Musca
tine and Eurlington
Every Monday, Wednesday and Frl- i
at 4 p. m., connecting at Hurling-
Ma with the bttaincr Keokuk
for Ft. Madison, Keokuk and
HIGHWAYS NEXT SEASON
State Highway Engineer T. II. Mac
Donald of Iowa, is urging roadmakers
of that ptate t plow the sod at the
side of the township and county high-J
ways, which are to be either perman
ently graded or crowned with the
blade grader nest season. By plowing
the sod now it will give plenty of time
for it to rot ar.d disinte-rgrate before
the work is started next spring. Where
this Is don9 it will do away entirely
with the expensive work of burying
the sod when the crowning is done
next fef-ason. It Is not necessary to
plow deep furrows, so long as the plow
share cuts beneath the sod crust- A
dink run over the plowing will help
but it is not necessary.
An excellent 6-Day Vacation
eIyicg Utce to 3te the Great
Xeokuk Dam and Lake Cooper
U Round Tr'p Fares. Ticket offica
fcot 13th St. Tel., R. I. 1&8.
W. H. LA MONT, Afit
New Classes Starting Again in All j
At Brown's Buslnet-s Collece next '
.Monday, Oct. 5. Both day and even-!
ing cla.-se. Enroll right now and get j
the advan'aae of our special October;
fea'ures. Call at th- college or write:
for information. (Adv.)
How Stilton Cheese Is Made.
.Stiiton chepfacs differs from ordinary
r: he sett in the method of manufacture.
Each Stilton Is made In a circular
moid, w i-at, two feet d-ep arxl about
nine irvhes in diameter, perforated at
i in.. w,dr and bottom. h n tii null:
lias been turned into curd by
of rennet it is transferred info the vat
Big Day in
Thousands of shoppers are
expected in this city on Sat- .
urday. Rock Island is really
the logical shopping center
of this great community, and
when buyers find they can do
best in this city they natur
ally come here.
Young & McCombs will
be prepared in a royal man
ner for you when you come
here tomorrow. The items
given here are only a few of
the many saving chances of
fered throughout this great
A Harvest of Jewelry Crops Up
Sio licst Plated Hollow I Iancllcd Knives and Forks. 6
each in pretty box. These are made by probably the best
maker in the world. They were moderately
priced at Sio for Saturday, the complete s.'ILPJh.p
S.?-75 -cet 6 Salad Forks in pretty box, same maker and dc-
sirjn as above articles,
Set of 6 $3.00 Eggf Spoons, same design
and make as above
Set of 6 $2.00 Coffee Spoons, same
design and make as above. . .
Set of 6 S3. 50 Grape Fruit or Orange
Spoons, same as above
Set of 6 S3. 50 1'oullion Spoons,
same as above
Individual Egg Holders, Silver, Gold lined.
has Silver Spoon, Si. 50 each,
for Saturdav ,
II I i 5
The 10 Plan
Every Cash Purchase
of $1 or more in our Great
Store during the Eight
Days of this Harvest Event
will entitle you to a "Trade
Check" amounting to 10
of your purchase. This
Trade Check (or due bill)
will be accepted as full or
part payment on anything
else in our store in anoth
Read the meaning of this
marvelously popular ioro
feature of our "Harvest
Come here tomorrow and '
take advantage of this io'rj
plan because there are man y
articles and bits of merchan
dise specially priced for to
morrow, and tomorrow onify.
Your confidence in Young
& McCombs will begin the
minute you make your,rst
Complete showing of newest designs and novelties
in Emblem IUittons, Fobs and Pins. Practically all
Lodges and Societies represented. All prices extremely
Wise is the Woman Who Buys a
Corset Before Buying
At these prices given you here for Saturday, you
surely will. come to this store for your Corset. That our
Corset department is popular is expressing it mildly. Ex
pert Corsetieres are here to attend to your every demand.
The styles available here are all new and ever)- Corset is
guaranteed to be the best at the price asked.
For I hour Saturday 4 to 5 P. M. you can buy a Nemo
self-reducing, $3 or S3. 50 Corset no due bills accepted,
every Corset guaranteed to be perfect ' fj
in every particular at only arotoJP
Odd lot of Brassieres, broken sizes, embroidery and lace
trimmed effects, values up to $2. For quick jjSpQg-.
clearance no due bills accepted .".
S1.50 Front lace Corsets, a fine model for the average fig
ure, sizes range from 20 to 30, SSO"
Saturdav only 05L
Onr Economy Drug Dept.
100 Phcnolax Wafers 35c
100 Bland's Pills 32c
100 Calomel Tablets 25c
100 Aspirin Tablets 9Sc
100 Alophcn Pills .42c
12 Ounces Bay Rum. superior 33c
I Pint Dickenson's Witch Hazel 35c
j. ; Gallon Olive Oil, Pompeian $1.75
Si Foley's Honey and Tar 63c
Bath Salts and Talcum Powders, broken
lot to clean out, 25c Tins 7c
Two Candy Specials
40c lb. Assorted Chocolates 27c
Honey Spun Chocolate Chips, lb 29c
Will Be Busy
2 Clasp Chamois Lisle
Gloves in reindeer and white,
l-ir - r- 3 tT
value at . .
2 Clasp Chamoisctte, suede
finish Gloves. 50c values,
grey, black, white with con
trasting colored em
broidered backs . . .
if Button length White and
B 1 a c k 50c Chamoisctte,
Gloves for Cfef1
Shoe Dept. Has Startling
A number of shrewd women came here the
other day and bought these beautiful $5. 00
to S6.00 Brocaded top Shoes during an hour
sale at, a pair 3.65. The broken lot left,
fairly good range of sizes, all striking
new styles, and exceptionally well made
models, will go out tomorrow at 10
O'clock, until sold.
at only, a pair. s-PaJ
Patent leather satin quarter Shoes, Louis"
heel of leather, an exceptional )
otfering for Saturdav at my
Si Shaving Mirrors
frames, good clear
just the thing for putting
vour plants mi. Why not
'et one on our Fourth Floor
flow blue ware, vevv
Big Basement Savings for Saturday
Mrs. Potts' Sad Irons complete set of 3 Irons, Cf1
handle and stand cheap at only -Sr
Tea Cuns and Saucers in Enerlih
pretty and a good 15c quality
set, cup and saucer
Large Wire Carpet Beaters,
Decorated English Tea Pots,
30c values, at
With every purchase amounting to 25 Cents or more in
our Basement Housefurnishings Dept., we will sell you
10 liars of Swift's Pride
Men's Dept. Adds
In addition to the list o- ex
tremely low priced articles
from the Men's Wear Dept.
printed in yesterday's adv.
we add - these $2 Flannel
Shirts, 2 pocket, militarv col-
The Store That Sells Wooltex
.hih i lined with a coarse woven! This Is .supported to create the blue through the cloth nnd out of the holes weight applied to hasten the expul- some days the cloth to taken off and
floth n ithu ladle. When a thin layer ! mold ofi-n found in Stiltons. Then ' lino the p-tn in which the vat i-tanJs. : sion of the whey. When quite Arm j the cheese Ji left to ripen in a special
means ' of ruid cover the botiom of the mold j more curd is added in layers until the After tue cura nas utonn ror 4 hours t the theese la removed from the vat I room. The temperature or wmca never
J a. aula dry salt Is sprinkled over it. vat la rii"- i ne wuey grauuaiiy umius a uu uisn iam on mu n-p tuiu a ana piacea on a neu to ury. Arter varies. Lonuou,.-unns