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THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS
WEDNESDAY. FEBRUARY" 17. 1915.
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to iuis from the 1ol ror.tln-ied ue ,
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' ata'e cf fc's teai. Hp r.eds to brlr.: ,
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ma;'.i fr irore fUn ever before. A
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lcfliow. Hawhorr. Hnrmt M c. V.. work tr or. handicapped
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AlVAflD PRIZES IN
PUPILS Or HVIMH GRADES OP
PUBLIC SCHOOLS READ 11
SAYS BEFORE SESSION.
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BY CULVER MASTERS.
T.y !i'.ilnoB Mp I-iuan.! AN
f 'Irfco- fri tho I'.t! if Tt'ir Itin
, In I H.nir.k.- t iroakV! t
o::r datJy p.ip r- -"War.N-.l
- A Mark -'nit !i .
! n-'t'.i apply
fl.-rli al po
,a!o ruTi r.-'l atp'v T:.- rjuou'lon
' naturally inf. "r. y J 1 14 nn'ii
i rjn- h f'i r th' tr ploy t are tetnp-
r raTp r it. t-Tijora:o .
TmLiV I. :.-.:;. :i. p-I i' ion has I -con
. i k n that a mull l-j bo Hue
r.iJal anJ to it I to his fi:;pl"j r l.m
b't iorv!--, M-j-t !uri' a cliar brain.
a2v niTi. oulrk t ar.l Rood hour
IriC H l a -s; kr.ouri fact that
Vanta Baby Garments
are Tight icr the baby. Safe and simple.
p:n!es butronle-s. Viit cur infant de
partment and ak to 5ce them.
.WS'Gdbe &. Qcc
RO C K 1 5 LAN D. I LL. JXUZSi, X TZ&
RE YOU TAKING ADVANTAGE
OF THE FREE LESSONS in Art needle
work and crocheting? Each Thursday af
ternoon. Better join the class tomorrow, V
to 5 o'clock.
The February Furniture &
Carpet Sale at McCabe's
offers a great variety of
Furniture, Rugs, Linoleums.
Bedding and Draperies
More New Spring Silks Go On'o the
No matter what your want?
at rrnt l''noral nrire r Dlf CSSl "V
r.o rr.a'ter it yoti r.evr tnfmcni or humi:i; jn-i.it n-i..-
to come aim see me
istuni: at prcia
f l XC'
r.rtre r mvur voti
-or.,1 am! tt ir.I tf.ins mt will need this sj.nn- m the
home, inarnci! at price- mat maKt- invn i----
sr'K'ii easily .--:L!e
!e. We a-k o. l-- judprc the go.-ds, and sec
!irv and actually low price.
their excellent rj-.ta'lTv
Standard Floor Coverings
from yeh mi'.U a Vhittal!. P.ijclw. Hartford. Smith. San ford,
etc Hundred -t rtir: in carp-t and mal! mzc ran?inr; in prices
fm mTape-trv Br-iel ru? 12 fret all wo. .1 face at SH
and on tip to the finr Arclo-Pervan rue.
You will find among the floor coverings a saving
of at least
20 per cent
Attractie -:.p!c- and t.ovol
tie at mo-it ucucr-'U- c-:icc--sion
Standard sTjle? of .-.irtains.
crrtOTiiies. si::ii.T-t dr.ipcric .,
ret. m.iri-'.ii ttc-. "-crin:-. etc.
I'dankct-. comf. .r!s. 'iect-,
pillow case6-, spread c;c.
; t l1"1 varl length5;, white and
cream with colored borders and
hemstitched edc;es about l."1"
ardT-. I !e prompt while they
"last !'c and Tc vard.
'.c curtain marquisette
cotron blankets, ,?c
15 to 50 per cent
w iii:ri: can vrn" .match
The silk sale is going, growing, glowing fineljr.
Women were enthtnistic about the silks, both
for immediate needs of the wardrobe and for fu
ture use; they recognize the prices make it real
economy to lay in a generous supply right now.
Hundreds of yards, more of late arrivals go out
40 Inch Silk Poplins
A quality equally dosirablo
for suits or dresses an ex
tensiye range of staple nod
new spring colors includins
black and white, S9c yard.
Silk Taffeta Waistings
Soft chiffon weight, narrow white pin
stripes on plain nan", wisteria and black
grounds. Not a large lot, 65c yard-
Yard Wide Black Taf
feta 78c Yard.
An excellent soft lustrous silk that is sell
ing e-ery day in most stores at $1.00. Bet
ter come early for this as quantity will not
last long at TSc.
40 Inch Silk Casca
deux Crepes 87c
A heavy Chinese suiting
and coating crepe, all silk,
plain shades of Navy, Lab
rador Blue and Black. Sold
usually at $1.2r and fl.50,
this time S7c.
Despite the heavy selling of the first three days
of this silk sale, there are splendid assortments
left in most styles.
. Plenty of the wide tub silks at 58c.
A fair line of colors in the Satin Duchesse at 38c.
Some shades of the 40 inch Crepes de Chine at 89c
Many dress and waist patterns of the striped messalines at
47c and 68c and then the many new silks which we are just
taking from their boxes and arranging for immediate sale.
t .m aJ.-. o:
often re a.!,
no In" n-rs
i r ' V.'itiiieil A i::an fi.r
:or.. oi.lv irn t!v tempor-
of arti-t'C .il:!c inch.idifg Grand Raf id r.-.o-t famous nianufac
tur r-i ! ir.i.d and Period pi.ee- in Oak. MaV.ogaiiy, Cirva-i-m;mi
Walnut a'-d P.ird-' I ".ye M.'-.;-'c
DINING ROOM Fl RMTI.KI.. hall and library
I.ar.c ca-y chair, rocker,
metal beds and mattree.
-e:;fts and davenport, lira
Hcie is a savin? of
Some of the Finer, Lovlier
Cottons for Summer
New arrivals every little while, so charming
v. e should like you to know about them for your
There is a great tendency toward the sheer
voile and organdv weaves, flower printings and
pretty coloring are the rule.
10 inch voiles in beautiful printing, 25c tho
Printed rice cloths. l"c and 25c yard.
Charming French organdie at 15c and 25c.
Silk organdies 25c, 36c to 5Sc yard.
12A to 40 per cent
Sol:d oak dressers. pell-.nc fit
-I T 5.
hound diiuni: tables at 7, Sj.
Splendid oik Luff- is. It. P.I.
2 ir. h
at 6 r.o.
4') ll ( ias'h
at H 27,.
beds, aro SI. 4a.
pot.--. bras'! bod sellir.tr
f"lt rnatresses hero
Early Chocsin? Means Much Saving,
Mr. MrCabe, accompanied by the heads of pev
eral different departments, spent a number of
days last week in attendance at the great Chicago
Fashion Show. Miss Moloney has gone on to
New York in the interest of our Women's ready-to-wear
section. M1fs I,a Porte is also in the
New York market for latest Millinery fashions,
and all our Kastern buyers have been making
most unusual records for early purchases of just
the correct and most desirable merchandise in the
markets of the world.
Interesting Prices on
Allen-Higgins' best varnished tile paper per
All colors of Oat Meal paper. "0 inch, per ro'
Striped and floral Holz Mehl papers, per roll 15c
Satin striped and floral bedroom paper, per roll
Varnished gold papers in combination-., ,r--roll
Bedroom combinations with 18 in. border
Attic papers, good quality, per roll. 3c.
Cut out borders from 3c up to 12c per vard.
Good Moire ceilings from 5c to 15c per roll
A special inducement to every buyer, some
thing worth while to go after.
New Spring Neckwear.
Never have these dress accessories been more clever
ly designed, more becoming and more moderately priced.
New Vestees, new guimpes, new stocks, new ruffs, hot:
quels, etc., 25c, 5 0c, 75c, $1.00.
at-ni-r t'.luk tor act
under if !rit! j-r.ce.
Si:re t.o4i':-. aiinoKt blind. a well
a. d-ar. rroin u-e. ar.ti even aner
the l!-i:ii(r i - iri'f.o t!.M nerves are o
i: neft "eij ar..l t!. man m l-rl:al! that i
quiring their employe to abstain from
drinking is that to many accidents oc
cur ahlle men are intoxicated. The
" , 'jt T.ilnolH state law in hou-e bill s-H.
liin kly hen i ;,j4 an tHipioyer of n.en respon-iblo
j for injuries received during working
i hours, and require the employer to
pay for the medical and hospital ex-
peueeM for such Injuries.
.7 , . . L or r.-. t-. deal it:, people In alh;r drinlu.r. The rHi,,! com.
-- w ....... tr.e reaiize ism, r.v.-n some injuor
r-a--.in. f r iht dii-r1rr.lnation by bu-l ti. HU, t r-r r.quh-- tl.eir men
O"- ta favor of ftnpluye alio are, , Ttria from drinking h!ie In tiielr
ab-tin.nt. j employ.
IJrrrtor parjlyz- th ahole U-.y. e I .no'r.rr rea-ton for buotness inrri r
Friday Dress Sale
The Week's Third Unusual
Value Giving Event at M. & K.
51.00 $2.50 $5.00 $10.00
These prices will be marked on four lets of beauti
ful street, afternoon and eveninp drcsse?, to be 5acri
fieed regardless of former high values.
Fifrmred and plain effects, voiles. lawn?, silks,
serpes, all-wool cloths in these lots.
Women of Rock Island are invited to visit the
dress section of M. - K. tomorrow to inspect
these great values, but positively no dresses will
be sold before p o'clock Friday.
on this line, even employing detect
ive to find out if their men are drlnk
Ir.g. It Is especially Important for a rail
road cre-w to be temperatt. 1 have
been told that some engineers while
uad-r the Influonee of liquor can not
distinguish colors and therefore can
not understand the sig.ials. Much val
uable property has been destroyed and
many lives lost bocause th engineer
A maa while under the Influence of
liquor hasn't the judgment he would
have tf sober. We notice on the
tret heavily loaded wagons, too
much for the horses to pull, and In
many cases the driver is intoxicated.
i We have known people to refuse to
take coal from certain companies be
cause the driver came to the bouse In
toxicated. Employers are often blamed for not
paying their employes enough when
the men are really squandering
enough for drink to go a long way to
wards supporting their families.
In our school hygiene. "The Body at
Work." we read the following:
"In some of the foreign countries
fthoee who are Interested In the ques
tion of profit and loss have asked
themselves whether or not it is a good
Investment to put money Into daily
drinks of beer. Ry making careful In
quiry about prevailing prices in Amer
ica In 1908 they found that if a person
should drink three glasses of beer a
day he would spend on this drink
alone enough to buy the following
"One barrel of flQur. 50 pounds of
sugar. CO pounds of cornstarch. 10
pounds of macaroni. 10 quarts of
beans, four twelve-pound hams, one
I bushel of SAeet potatoes, three bush
j els of Irish potatoes. 10 pounds of cof
i fee. 10 pounds of raisins, 10 pounds of
! rice. CO pounds of crackers. 100 bars of
jsoap. three twelve-pound turkeys, five
quarts of cranberries. 10 bunches of
leelenr. 10 pounds of prunes, four do-
Ihree tons of coal worth S5 a ton. This,
you see. would support an ordinary
family for a great part of the year."
JURY'S DECISION FAVORS J. F.
ADAMS JUDGMENT AMOUNTS
TO BUT $26.10.
A j'iry in circuit court this mortiing
returned a verdict for judgment of
IJ0.10 In favor of J. F. Adams, well
digger, and against Charles Goodwin,
mayor of East Moline. and wife.
The sum was that sunt! for by Ad
ams, who alleged that it was due on
a contract on a cistern he constructed
for the mayor of East Moline.
The case had been in-progress since
Monday afternoon in circuit court be
fore yudge F. D. Ramsay. When It
was concluded this morning there
were no more cases set for today
ready to go to trial.
RECALL QF GRAND
JURY IS ORDERED
JUDGE OLMSTED SUMMONS BODY
TO REPORT MARCH 1 ON
Large Number of Prisoners Lodged in
County Jail Awaiting Action of
The Toastmaster's club held its reg-u'-ar
meeting last night at the Y. M. C.
A. with a dinner at 6:30. J. I,. Ver
non, president of the club Introduced
J. Clinton Searle as toastmaster of the
evening. The evening was given over
to a study of parliamentary rules.
Many or the subjects brought up
produced much merriment and the
pleasant session lasted until 9 o'clock.
C. H. Castetter acted as referee and
A- J. Lindstrom was appointed secre
tary for the evening. The attendance
was larger than usual. The next ses
sion of the club will be held In March.
Springfield. 111. The last of 200 suits
against the city resulting from the
riots in 1&0S were settled here. Os
wald Don r.egan. owner or a poolroonn,
remitted $5l on a Judgment Tor $1,500
for the loss of an eye. YVi'.liam Smith,
who was shot. atcept?d $3o0 for his
claim for injuries at the hands of a
mob. All the suits were for damages
aggregating several hundred thousand
Judge R. W. Olmsted late yesterday
afternoon ordered the January grand
jury recalled to act on a number of
cases which have come up since the
Inquisitorial body- made its report
early last month.
The order was made on petition
from State's Attorney Floyd Thomp
son, who asked that the jury be called
for March 1. He cited in his petition
that a number of prisoners are lodged!
In the county jail on charges of felon
ies and misdemeanors and that if the
jury was not recalled that they would
have to remain in the bastile until
Accordingly the judge instructed
Circuit Clerk G. W. Gamble to send
T. Bauer, Henry L. Whee.Ian.
Moline F. E. Carlson, C. A. Stoflt
ing and Emile Coleman.
Coe J. D. Allen.
Canoe Creek C. C. Trowbridge.
Zuma Eugene Dunbar.
Port Byron F. L. Oppendike.
Hampton Fred Fels.
South Moline Albert E. Bprkholtz.
Black Hawk Hedley Peterson.
Coal Valley Charles Buck.
Rural Fred Love.
Bowling Thomas Curtis.
Edgington Maynard McDonald.
Andalusia George Burgoyne.
Buffalo Prairie William MaliaRev.
ALEDO BOWLERS LOSE IN
SERIES WITH ISLANDERS.
A howling team from Aledo was de
feated in three games by a team from
this city yesterday afternoon at Jim
Normoyle's Island City alleys. After
the games had been rolled the Island
ers entertained w-ith a dinner at the
White cafe. The teams lined up as
Rock Island Wooten. Burns. Km
bry, Wich and Mueller.
Aledo Candor, Valentine, Olin, Ma
cey and David.
The score follows:
Rock Island S'5 861 613 2,,7!
Aledo 731 851 786 2,36
CASE SETTLED AS
SUIT AGAINST DEERE S- MANSliR
ENDED AFTER PANEL IS
CHOSEN TO HEAR IT.
out notices. Nineteen qualified to I
serve on the jury when it reported be-j BISHOP M. E. FAWCETT AT
ivio huu ouiv mis ii u in uer are elig
ible to serve, the other four who were
unable to attend not having been
sworn in. H. L. Wheelan of this city
is the chairman.
List of Jurors.
Following is the list of grand Jur
ors Rock Island John B. Ainsworth, J.
dollar nnrl hat-. I . . . ...... t ... l r
i . i.n wevii bciucu ivr ap-
en oranges. 10 pounds mixed cub, and proximately $4U,u00.
TRINITY CHURCH TONIGHT
Rev. M. Edward Fawcett, bishop of
the Quincy diocese tof the Episcopal
church Is in the city today and will
conduct services at Trinity Episcopal
church this evening at 7:30, preaching
the sermon Jn commemoration of Ash
Wednesday, the first day of the len
Services will be held at Trinity
church every Tuesday and Thursday
arternoons at 4:30, Wednesday, Thurs
day and Friday mornings at 9:30 and
Wednesday evening at 7:30.
After a jury was secured yeste-rhi .
in the C. V. Gray Lumber coir. pan v
vs. Deere Mansur case iii count v
court the matter was settled outsid
of the tribunal and the case li'J n'"
Today another jury was sch (!"'!
hoar the case of Joseph Kay vs. C. V
& St. P. Railway company. Mr. Kny
alleges that a horse and live hit-,
valued at JMOO, were killed when n::.
over by a train on the Milwaukee a: '1
he is represented by Searle & Mar
shall, attorneys. Mr-ese, I .at; doe i-l
Roberts are counsel for the raiiwH-.
FOR GRAND LODGE MEET
Invitations have been received her
from the Ix Angeles lodge of Elks f"f
the grand lodge session which wi!l M
held in the California city July 11 to
17. A H. Harms, at present exsit'-'l
ruler of Rock Isiand lodge and Sa'n
Ryerson. western Illinois deputy, w'K
attend the session.
DUDLEY 2yi inches
NORMAN 2i inches
2 fr 23 r:-.
n.ft. r,.M, a tv. he
Norway has been selling a large
quantity of very poor horses to Den
mark at a very high price. Poor and
old horses fetch a better price than
good ones, because the export of the
horses fit for military, purposes, is not
allowed. The Danes sold many thous
ands of their best horses to Germany
early in the war, and are now com
pelled to replace them with anything
that the? can get.
PUT CREAM IN NOSE
AND STOP CATARRH
Tells How To Open Clogged Nos
trils and End Head-Colds.
You feel fine in a few moment. Your
cold in head or catarrh will ! gone.
Y'our clogged notrils will open. The air
passages of your liead will clear s't'l
you can breathe freely. No more rhlll
wss, headache; no hawking, snutlhni'.
mucous discbarges or dryness; no strug
gling for breath at night.
Tell your druggist von want a mal!
bottle of Ely's Cream" Halm. Apf'lv
little of this fragrant, antiwptic cream
in your nostrils, let it penetrate through
every air passage of the head; soothe
and heal the swollen, inflamed mucous
membrane, arid relief comes instantly.
It is just what every cnM and catarrh
sufferer needs. Don't stay stuileJ-up