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TJIK HUL K ISLAND ARGUS. TUKSDAY. APRIi; 20. 1915.
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The gaiety of this summer opening occasion is cer
tain to attract a great throng of women who would know
at first hand, just what New York hns copied from
Paris, and we have obtained and copied from New York
All the styles, the authenticity of which are proved,
are here fcr this opening.
That many tri-city women have hcen awaiting this
announcement, shows the tremendous interest which our
Millinery has created throughout this section of the coun
try. Never have we shown so many fascinating styles
as this spring, never were we better prepared to serve
all our customers, whether they desired moderately pric
ed hats or the more expensive models.
What has been the rule during our spring season
will be the rule we would be measured by from this, the
beginning of our summer season, in charming and cor
MADE BY SALOON
!y. T:.. ?j'.oon I freedom rrohletn. George "Washington
on from ! tH-tr.K tii great loader. Our fathers
Olitrr W. St4-arl Makea l.lchl
Mal-aral ll l.hf Work lr
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!i t . 4i.t. a:; I :! turn j.roiu'es ( ato!ish.'d slavery. Abraham Lincoln
! r -! if.sr..-. it ar:r.nt fTJu an 1-i tnkinjc the initiative, and now in the
' l;ar.- '.-l t(-.e i.-o,i... a:id .s ', sixth feneration e are grappling
i a laat r. .rt lurr.H to the nr. ierwor'.d. ith the Rreat liquor question." Mr.
j "TV-! r"Tii:i!.-r.t tji. an l!:c ' Hanlv also told an interesting story
1 t'.i". : ti.e naW-n I cen apam i i'.e ; oi a conici iiatnei ngiicnuc, uuui
rer.i;e que.ilon coir.es up. 1 ti. sa-; r.e came in contaci un
IrM.n l.aa nrrr brm the source of o:e J ernor of Indiana. He termed this in-
do'Ur of rcer.ue to the tovfrnatent I cidenf as the turning point in his ca-
' Thn alo-n 4i.-troy. n..t pro-lue.-s j reer. Wolverine was a younR mar-
4-n!,h Capita! an 1 U!n r prtviuco I ria man oi pooa naous ana cnsrac-
r rn '. hir.r. and the halnon in a para
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.4erar Hani; lerlare I l'j"r
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lore lhl l.raeralia.
A nost nutritious
An! when rightly pre
f -zzexl delicious I
You tret it at its test
hen you buy
caawaa ataaw T
luluin style with a sauce
that cukes it a luxury.
Try a caa. If yc Ami aarra
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1 L J. HEINZ CO.MPAiY
Ai rrei-.'i p45rrman - h- rati
1 taaa sportssaa ta T.
hat tnoay and cothir t d has fell
cpon -ry el-4r tda H oa an
t a-it ifcolf! aa J a yacht When he
. 4V.. !- u bi yacht ta runs the
, a j:roob. aboard and harnesses It to
' tie tTop'.r Then h t'.pa o3 tha
s'.f s'arter. th aato itets busy, tha
; rrep4.!r chares tha water, and tea
I p:a.n yaat becen-.ea a fast tnotorboat.
Whan th sportsman gets waer B
vstt to (o ha ttas op tha yacht, raca
ta aato asSor and ifayly wbli
s!n( th rood rra-!t Of coarse, to b
prT'ctty fair about It. th sportsman
satoM tak th ya-bt aboard th aoto
whn b ! on tasd. but up to th
rr4et t!rn b baa shown no wiHlejr-
' r -4 to display any sues form cr ai-
trr;!a3i M s sot a root n a now
rT rTffH aatoa bar too Ion
trn p-mittted to tea aboard a slow.
aay It's h! tttc thy wr cotn-pr.U-i
to work their pasat; Cle
led ru:a tvter.
The Tiy;rc St ja iron wound up i"
can.pa.4ts in th: c:t yetrrday. the
!at day t : r. r fstured by ta'.ks
Oinr W f (rwart. former mmtx-r of
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Manly of Inl.ar.a Mr. Stewart ad
dre4l a e:i f.;d hous at ta
e!hd!4t chur.h !at n:clt. d:scus
s;r.c th saloon i'etioa Sa a u.aster
Me stated that the American people
were cow la th third and last state
i in th DTorrtt of disposing of th 11-
t'.and waa t euor Uest:on. and predicted naUoa
wid prohibition by is:"
-Years ao. he said. th public
felt that the sa!oon n not a itood
Institution; that was th Intellectual
staje. In the IcterrerioK years, the
people learned that the saloon was
net a food institution, that was know,
ledit. Now that th people bar been
educated to this fact, all that Is re
quired Is will, and th fact that th
rooremert fs sweeplns: th country
from roast to coast amply demon
strates that soon th will of the Bass
es will b eierdsed.
"Xher ar two counts against the
saloon, and tt would s'and convicted
on either. First thera Is economics.
Th liquor Interests seek defense In
this direction after p'.eadlnr nul'.ty
from ethical and moral standpoints.
W do not deny that th breweries
emptor labor, nor that th saloons
.re at:h 1 t l ih. A vote for the
!.xn to keep tie taxes down, is
nothing but a tha;!y j.-ke. When we
E.t the American people to think
rfahr. then they all! art risht."
Mr Stewart told of the lampttien on
the weatern coast and Its results.
Vr'nr tt Mr. Stewart's talk Vera K.
''I1' i MuMln sane several selections.
Problem of Thl .eneraflon.
In his talk yesterday afternoon at
the Methodist tiiurch, Kx-Govcrnor
Manly made this statement:
"Earh generation has wrestled with
but on great problem. Our fore
fathers grappled successfully with the
tuosaen strt car conductors ar
f-.ac trte-J In Glasgow. Tb oalforta
ftacladea a aat b!o skirt and coat.
edgo.1 with gold braid. If th trial
Fs-iiad cf women conductors prove ef-
i fl-itt. a coolderab! naasbr wtll b
' eplyed at one Tor th preaatst.
: (he worsen far-4-o:.ctora w.U work
of!T f-mr bo4jr a day. raaatBg b
lHg tia lRirs;ty and Datnbreck
ITtr wi:t b4 nati th sarc ' as
b!r bartenders. This arsrument put
forth by th saloon, tr.ay b com
pared to that f a bank burglar. Some
one baa to manufacture the Jimmies,
drills and ctploslvea b uses, bene
bis trad t an Industrial benet. Ac
cording to thetr arguments. If some
one poisoned th city water. It would
b an Industrial beneft. Trainloads
of doctors, nurses. ar.d cofr.r.s would
b sent here, and business would be
boo rr' nr wth the eop In these vo
cations." sad Mr S'ewart
rrsa Bad Alliance.
-T caicct b-;:i a oa.4oa by rou-
JJ Them With
NE big advantage In Roxano
(or pastry use is its linanaaa.
wkicb pemits tfuicJt .orlu Yeai'U aav
wonderful fulta nth It.
Cm a packaaa and asaka thia altra
tnf fmtch paatrr
H C4jpul 4M4ft4 afes. K capful
bon4C.24 oa444 Boai4 Hour. j
1 Keapna tvaapoofirut bak4Rg
4,4, af 4U 4. ti4.pnnaiM4 4it.
S.tt to4l44r ball ma P4yr, 44it ana
fxr. 4,u.a H4 like aaovlcama e4d b,att
t.lUyj add mmt 4a4cl4 to 4o4f4.
Ka 4MI tbu. cut m lo4 aam 4tnpa.
fo4d ihaa mi4 Bowkaxrta aad baa a
aMicaaa tmt itta
4k4 . Km- Hot BalfUalnat
ter and never drank. At a labor meot-
1uK one nlftht. he was induced to
drink, and became intoxicated. On
his way home he met a pedestrian and
robbed him. After he sobered up he
gave himself up to the authorities
and confessed. He was sentenced to
serve 21 yenrs In the penitentiary.
After he had served several years of
his sentence, his wife and son. three
years old at the time, went to the
governor and pleaded for the release
of the husband and father, telling him
the story. Mr. Hanly paroled Wol
verine shortly later, and had him re
port at his office every month for a
year and a half, and made a better
man of him.
From here th Flying Squadron
went to Kansas City. Kansas, ts
Oovernor Hanly spoke In Davenport
WATER WAGON IS
IN DEMAND HERE
Council Finds That Several Are Seek
iuc le of Sprinkler, Hut It Is
Already Let Out.
HlTJEIt SIDEWALK t'OMES AGAIN
Commission Consider Ordinance Pro
tiding Iinprotement He Construct
ed Within 3 Days.
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RTVER, RISING, MAY
FLOOD THE BOTTOMS
The first spring rise of any conse
quence Is now en in the Mississippi
river. Today the stage was S.5 feet
at 7 a. m.. a rise of four inches in 24
hour's. Rising stages prevail as far
north as Lansing, and it is probable
that the upward tendency will con
tinue here as late as the end of the
week. Rains in the north which have
not been shared in this locality are
the cause of the Increasing stages.
It may be that the maximum here
will reach 10 feet or more, inundating
considerable land in the bottoms
which is not protected by dikes.
The casual onlooker at the meeting
of the city council last evening might
have thought at one time that it was
the first of the year for the water wag
on of the city was in great demand.
A committee of residents of Twenty-
first, Twenty-second and Twenty
third streets, headed by Charles L.
Walker, wanted to borrow the water
wagon. Soon after it had been an
nounced that the sprinkler had been
secured by Andrew Voss. J. W.
Maucker appeared and asked for it. j
The foregoing committee for the
last three years has had the use of the
wagon and William iiubcr has had
charge of the sprinkling of the streets
named. Nights the wagon has been
used in connection with the ceaning of
the streets, by the street department.
It develops that Voss was given the
use of the sprinkler until the new ad
ministration took hold, when he will
have to renew the privilege.
Lat Regular Session.
Last evening's session was the last
regular meeting of the present coun
cil. The city dads will meet again to
morrow to canvass the vote but that
will be a special session.
The Huber sidewalk proposition,
which was thrown out by the county
court was revived last evening when
Commissioner Robert R. Reynolds pre-
Mayor Schriver and Commissionei
Bear against it.
The McCarthy Improvement com
pany was ordered paid several claims
which aggregated SI, 600 and the week
ly payroll of I3S7.7G and salary claims
in the amount of $3,410.61, were ord
RETAIL GROCERS IN
Only routine matters came up for
consideration at the monthly meeting
of the Rock Island Retail Grocers'
association, held last night in the
rooms of the Business Men's associa
tion in the Safety building. The ses
sion was well attended. Plans for the
annual picnic of the grocers will not
be taken up until next month.
MEAT CAUSE OF
Take Salts to Flush Kidneys
If Back Hurts or Blad
sented an ordinance which provides
A Woman Doctor that sidewalks be constructed by the
says. "Eugenics is a necessary iacior owner or owners or property on the
in the future of the race. The aver-, south side of Ninth avenue from
age American girl is unfit for mother- Twenty-seventh to Thirtieth streets,
hood." This may be true, but if weak 'and that if the same is not done witii-
0 days that the city contract for
and ailing girls passing from girlhood in
to womanhood would only rely, as the work and assess the property
thousands do. upon Lydia E. Pink
ham'a Vegetable Compound that sim
pie remeiy mace irom roots anu neros i mstruciea me city attorney to po-
to restore the system to a normal.! ceed ia court with the project was giv-
. a44S4M.ni kni .. . l.
. lit: cauc ' uir I Ha I HJUI wecilS agU
en on tne resolution ot t ommissioner
Reynolds and It carried for consider-'
If you must hare your meat ev-ery
day, eat it, but flush your kidneys
with salts occasionally, says a noted
authority who tells us that meat forma
uric acid which almost paralyzes the
kidneys in their efforts to expel it
from the blood. They become slug
gish and weaken, then you suffer with
a dull misery in the kidney region,
sharp pains in the back or sick head'
ache, dlzzinsss, your stomach sours,
tongue is coatsd and when the weath
er is bad you have rheumatic twinges.
The urine gets cloudy, full of sedi
ment, the channels often get sore and
irritated, obliging you to seek relief
.two or three times during the night.
To neutralize these irrtating acids,
to cleanse the kidneys and flush off
the body's urinous waste get four
ounces cf Jad Salts from any phar
macy here; take a tablespoonful In a
glass of water before breakfast for
a few days and your kidneys will then
act fine. This famous salts Is made
from the acid of grapes and lemon
juice, combined with llthla and has
been used for generations to flush tnd
stimulate sluggish kidneys, alro lo
neutralize the acids in urine, so it no
longer irritates, thus ending h'.ar.der
Jad Salts is inexpensive: cannot in
jure and makes a delightful effcrves-
bealthy condition, it would cause many
His from which they suffer to dis
appear, so that motherhood micht be-jation. 3 to 2. Commissioners Reynolds, j cent lithla-water drink.
come the Joy of their Uves. (Adv.) ,Hart and Rudgrea voting for it and I Harper House Bhaxaiacy -lAdv.J