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TUB 1XOCK ISLAND ARGUS. MONDAY. JUNE 1. 1913.
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Na!I tfrlTlr.c rontrt Ladi- raor
than 1. bnee harr.mrr and IS m:!s
Tuar of war MnUs lole ra. lav
Tug of war Mo!!c wotna' circle
ra. Dareaport wocnn'a circle.
Tola cllmMcc Boy 9 to IT.
I "! cllmblna r-y 12 to K.
Tf rilmhtrc O'.rU 9 to 12
To! cl! b!r.it C:rl 12 to IS.
Obfi'.acI race lv ft to 12.
Obatarte rac ivr 12 to is.
Pace raro G(r!a 9 to 12.
.chcwi rac T.:r! 12 to 1
Iioxln la barrHa Tr n to nil
1-atrp Mack box'.r.K Opra to a'.'..
Calchlsc rrcaacd p!t Opon to a'.l.
r'ayjrounl ba'.l Marrlt'd ra. air.gl?
;o-Trd ktItj noy 12 to 1?.
2'Vjard a-!m V.n r oro than 15.
Wyar-1 awlni P.oyg 12 to 11.
4-yard r-lra Men more than 1.
Far.ry citvlca;. four at dlvea Open
Slit-n Tarird on loor Show Tbat
"nnlBe I Tavaword for En
trance to Place.
riHIF CARRIES Oil HIS FLAX
l Climax of Chance Instituted by
w Head of Pepartment lVho
Says it Is the Law.
rt at . ' 1:",r -t't'T cof.-iirt. aal Maorr.aa held
r;a pi!! I2i aa1 roe'a an4 Ilah 110
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BRAVERY OF THE
Ket. C. T. Ocelli Faj Tribute
Railroad Xra at Thrir Annual
M. W. A. IN session;
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Ar.r. 4al rt:c:isnr!at acrvi- r.i j-.r the de
ar'.cl rro kr'. 1 by n-.cn.lcra of the
Ilrotherh .o-1 of Locomotive HreSnccra
ar.4 their ycicruy afternoon
al 2 no at their hall. K.f.h avcr..;e and
Thirtieth atrect. W :'. Johr.on pre-
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iwvj or i't'l t!l at that ti; al ' fr O Ne;:i aae an a l Jrcaa in hich he l
'"!; ! ! t. isvr.fir-a ta p-"!!-" , rr:.f-l th tricry of rsi'rond rr.en.
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OUTING PLANNED BY 1 ttr 1 ; tf r;r ruu t.,
. r r fcTt t rT- f 'the bmi- f propert?y of t he country
I'lOLINE MOOSE LODGE a- j t., e;., !re trihate to the co.jr-
it- ;:.-.. tr.a cif .hil i;i their harard-
Frisoccrs arrested by the police of
Hock Island ;.l be among the chosen
fe-r who wtil ccjoy some liberties
about the police s:at!on. In the future
should any one have any hankering to
loaf abot;t the place, he will have to go
out and start nomething which he him
self will be unable to complete, and
throuRh this ay work himself into the
station. In other words. Chief Miller
has carriad out his promise when he
a.il'i: 'L.oafn around this station
will not. be allowed.""
I'i.sines is to be first consideration
an ! the chief declares that there will
be but little time for anything else dur
ing his administration as the head of
On the door of the station -which
formerly bore th word "Pull." now is
the bign. "Smelly private except oa
Entering the lobby cf the station tha
curious will f.nd the words: "Keep
Out" on the door lea'linif to the desk
sergeant's ofl'.ce and on the one lead
ing Into the police court room. These
doors are to be kept locked, but Chief
M.lla-r has not announced as yet
whether or not he will require visitors
to present their cards before doing
"W'e are Ro:ng to keep the loungers
out." declared the head of the depart
ment this morning. "And by "out" I
i nican out. We are going to do busi-
ne.s b re and the best way to start is
' ASCENSION AT TOWER
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ar'r ts h can.e the r.i' of
i :.-c a f"ff in a heart in honor j
t..:. e.r t.e a:.art mert.Dcr.
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; KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS
' PUT ON WORK
! Dollar Day
35 Pounds Best Cane
(With 510 Grocery Order)
! V.rk ir. tavcral rr.'. -.11 b p'.ven
!-.! ne:fc taeariC"- ldf. No
: . K. of I".. .-.c Tea. irr.' cven
i.tn a team b er.t t-i Kat Mol:ne
! to f it en rconl rar.k wor and one
'r.- to M.Ian to rut oa t:.;rd rank
. r 'a.
' !;:; .r: 1! aT !,-e wa re ha-1 ! y. .
ifr'ijv ji'err.ioti at !:;vrn '. c:n.--
t-r'. f". V. Jhr.--a a ta-d a-
ii. -r ar. 1 A. K I'ar. ;tl'-a aa vie
I John I. I'ctri scrverl a 1 r'.aie
jo l Hert. .ar. NT t .i k -r 1 rec-
r :' ar. ! e.r. ra a ! t:.e roll f the
!a 1 l arl !'. !'.! r ir.r. r gi.-rd
ar. 1 : I, .'-i. .:.') r pa:-r-a:-ar:n.
k' p all people who have no bust
's here awav from the place and
then they wen't bother anybody who
ha business with us."
The chief recognized the newspaper
reporters as a profession, as he con
tinual. -Only attorneys, doctors, re
porters ar.d othCi professional men
will have any business around here.
Theso signs thst are placed on the
doors have a background of whit and
tha ef, rs nr.- in black, so everybody
can rea l them. They are nia le of tin
anl have good pairt. and will last a
1'ir.g tl:;;e. Those signs are to be the
l.w arour.d here and anybody who
fa :. to take the hint well, we ll have
to use s.rre cr.er means that wont
icon-. :a the class of "gentle remind
Tecple who have business with the
chief will hsve to call at his office
hrouzh the mtranc to the station on
Sixteenth street. He la to have a sign
painted: "Thief of Folice." It will be
Mjspended from the doorway and there
will be r.o more walking through the
lobby and through the sergeant's office
t g. l to him.
The at.t'ion certa!r.!y has shown
some changes. Not only has the entire
interior be. n repainted and redecorat
ed and the furniture and fixtures re
paired and freshened up with varntsh.
but the f!-or receives a thorough
scrubbing every d-w days and the place
rmw shows that t hief Miller means (
-a hat !:. j-ays about "business."
BROKE IT'S BACK. -
SALE with August prices in June has
completely broken up "Slow Business"
and routed Old Dullness. It you were in our
Store almost any hour Saturday or Monday you
would have seen the vanishing heels of Old Dull
ness as he went scampering off Good bye "Old
Top" say we all.
Now let's boost all together.
This genuine cut price sale with August
crices in June when every one is wanting
Spring and early summer merchandise, just hits
the chord that responds.
If you have not seen the big
bills with the price quotations call for
them promptly that you may have t me
to fully study all the prices and be able to get in,
for your purchases before Saturday night. It'
your move next.
Women's Organization for Rock Is
land Presbytery Will HaTe an
AH Pay Session.
The Woman's Missionary society of
the United Presbyterian church will
entertain the Woman's Missionary so
ciety of Rock Island presbytery at
the annual convention at the church
Wednesday, beginning at 10:30 and
continuing through the clay.
Officers of the presbytery society
President Mrs. J. B. Pollock, Aie-
en by Dr. George Sherwood Eddy at
the Kirst Methodist church.
Many delegates from throughout the
presbytery will be entertained during
the day and the meeting promises to
be one of the best ever held.
Our offer for thi great DolUr Day wiM urrly prove
the economical event of the year for thoae ho would
We will 35 Pound of the beat cane cranulated
SusrforSl with evrry $10 Cah Purchaae of any mcr
chandiae in our atore except sugar.
Buy $10 worth of any good you want thatwe have
in tock (except sugar) and we v.-ill ell you 35 Pound
of Sugar for $1.
THESE SPECIALS FOR DOLLAR DAY
Log Cabin Syrup, the moil delightful maple yrup
on the market, half gallon can 89c, quarts 39c and pint
Pure Sweet Cider in gallon tin. 20c
California Soft Shell Walnut. No. 2 ize. lb.. 13c
Grandma' Eirg Noodle, flat or fine, the package, 7c
White Bear Brand Preserve in large fruit jar,
choice of rapberry. trawberry or pineapple, 25c
Pure Apple Jellya 10 oz.turob!er, 10c
Pure Apple Butter in tumblers. 10c
"Jink." the new. wonderful cleaner, dean every
thing work like magic the can. 15c
Logan Berrie. No. 3 can, regularly old at 20c, our
special price for these delicacies. 1 7c
California Yellow Peaches, ripe, rich fruit, packed in
syrup. 15c. 6 cans for 79c
Pure Strained Honey in 36 oz. gla jars. 25c
Imported Macaroni or Spaghetti (an advance of 3c
a pound ha already taken place on imported goods), our
price now 18c. or 3 packages for 50c
Nine Star Brand Tea. un cured Japan, a wonder
fully mooth tea. epecially fine iced. 1-2 lb. 30c, 1 lb. 50c
DRINK BATTLES SPECIAL BLEND COFFEE
ICED IT IS RICH AND DELIGHTFUL
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terniKin as r.- i
J. M. O torne
f urr.i.-h I
NEW BEAUTY PARLOR
OPENED IN THE CITY
FLAG DAY OESERVED
GENERALLY IN CITY
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s r.ii'j-- h
.! aril b
F:.i 'l-v. the
'. th- birth or t!;.
. Ii I- i '.s generally ol
ls::cd Kro:n t!:i
fe leral building, and
;. ti..- American banner
br. Num-rou. bus
were t-e !". ! i:i r d.
ue. an! t'..- dciOrat!na
cf the I'ni'.ed Spani.-h War Veterans
refi.air.ed uspa!ej on Focoiid ave-
nue. o that Rv k Island people
numerous r. r.;'.nders of the day.
Mrs. IIa;el Karr Mudge, recently
graduated from the Burnham School
of Beauty Culture, of Chicago, has
opened up an exclusive beauty Ehop
for ladles, the equipment of the new
departure being one of the finest in
the middle west. The rooms are lo
i atcd in the People's Bank building,
Nos 2''0 and '201. With Mrs. Mudge.
is Miss Ann Schau of Du'uth, an ex
IS LEARNING TO EAT
WITHOUT A STOMACH
0NT COUNTY RECORDS.
Baltimore, Md.. June 14. Meyer
Caplan. a merchant of Newberry, N. C,
is at a local hospital here learning un
der the direction of a trained nurse, to
eat. virtually without a stomach. He
came to Baltimore two weeks ago to
be treated for tumor of the stomach.
I-rro'M and the surgeons removed all but
alaou two inches of this organ. The
man Is now able to take into his sys
tem food that Is easily digested. The
surgeons thing he has many years of
usefulness ahead of him.
Loulsla M- and W.liiam II
ito J..hn A. and ll.i M. Campbell, lot1
and block 5. W.ll.aiu Dukvn's adii
ittoD. M.Ian, tl CO.
I Sarah J. Adam and husband to
' Nancy H. and Velma R. Hickman, part
I lot S and . block 2. W. E. Bailev'a Lin.
cola Court addition. Kex k Island. $1.00.
rll C Loo to V. H. rumheck.
:part northeast section u-is-it-.
Hheophiel Sacler.a to John J. Klpp.
part lot IS. Mock 4. Pirnet'a f.rst ad
dition. Hock laland. $1.00.
l r II- l.uyer in jw. an .-i i-araa ro r.qu0red. has decided to give the
't ..m lot Id.-M-k til Old Town . .. ... ... , f. .
ruxk Ialand. $3,400.
Verona. Italy, (via Paris. June 14.)
The Italian government, considering
the poverty and miserable condition of
the Inhabitants in the districts just
Vice President Mrs. W. C Mc
Cleery. North Henderson.
Recording Secretary Miss Nancy
Corresponding Secretary Mrs. J. La.
Vance. Rock Island.
Treasurer Miss Mamie Rankin,
Temperance Organization Secretary
Mrs. J. H. Miller, Moline.
Young Woman's Secretary Mrs. W.
P. McAtee. Viola.
Junior Secretary Mrs. Earl Mc
Creery, Cedar Creek.
Temperance Secretary Miss Phoebe
The detailed program for the day
follows, and is practically given over
to business connected with the so
10:30 Worship; Sunbeam.
10;45 Business. Minutes. Execu
tive committee's report. Roll call.
Statistical report. Treasurer's report.
Temperance secretary's report.
11:40 Conference; subject. Thank
1:45 Worship; Little York.
2:00 Children's half hour.
2:30 Model board meeting: young
3:00 Delegates report.
3:30 Question box.
3:45 Election of officers. Miscel
In the evening at 8 oclock the mem
bers will attend the lecture to be giv-
Monday Marguerite Clark In "Gret
Tuesday Dustln Farnum In "The
Wednesday John Barrymore and
Harold Lockwood in "Are You a Ma
son?" Thursday Anita Stewart, Earle Wil
liams and Julia Swayne Gordon In
Friday C. Asbury Smith In "Tha
Builder of Bridges."
Saturday All star cast In "Tha Col
lege Widow," by George Ade.
Sunday Orrin Johnson and Olive
Wyndham in "Fighting Bob."
Buy a home of Reidy Bros. 1
For express, call William Trefx.
Trl-City Towel Supply company.
Independent Express & Storage.
R. I. 9S1.
Wear a $3 (union made) hat. Men's
Fashion Shop. Harper house block.
St. Elizabeth's guild of Trinity
Episcopal church will hold the annual
ice cream sociable and sale of fancy
work in the parish house Tuesday eve
ning, June 15, from 6 to 10 o'clock.
LICENSED TO WED
Park A. Griffin Clinton. Iowa
Miss Katherine I. Hamm
George W. Ware Molina
Miss Alma Josephine Johnson
Miss Maud Dunbar
Le Roy Hartung ..
Miss Maud Wilson .
, . Davenport
All the news all the tim
Wm al! eood we ell. i guaranteed absolutely firt quality or you can
return the sood. You alway gel atuiacion at mi
"We're aj Near to Ycu as Ycur Phone
H. R. BATTLES & CO.
Joseph Deconlnck and wife to Al
fon Wtlleart. lot . block 3. Oak Hill
addi'.iou. Moline. $1 00.
Qui! Claim I 'red.
Joiw-ph A. MeMeekln to John and
lia M. Campbell. lot S. block Z. William
fv.ckaon'a addition. Milan. $1.60.
Stella G. and A. O. Hansen to V. H.
Domtvck. part northeast l section
Molina Tmt a Savings lank to
Tbeophiel Saelena. part lot IS block 4.
inset's f.rt addition. Kek Ialaad.
J. L Haaa. master to Louis C. First,
south H lot ! Sievtna" addition. Mo
news all the Use Tha
families of Italians serving in the Aus- i
tnan army from these districts the j
same allowances as the families of 1
Italian soldiers, it is said. This will'
be announced In the new districts to-!
Al! the news, all
tha time. Tha
THE COAX. THAT SATISFIES
Leas Ash No
Grand Free Attraction
Monday and Tuesday
June 14 and 15
Promenade Dance Tuesday and Friday
1806 Second Ave.
R. L 314