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TTIK ROCK ISLAND ARGUS, MOXPAT. JUXE 21. 1015.
1704 Second Avenue, Rock Island
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COMMENCES AT 9
Raise $10,000 In
A. M. TUESDAY,
in Our Entire Stock
Kach item lias been Green ticketed and marked to sell on sight.
fYcf rr vnlnf arp nnf considered, but the onlv thinf? in view is to
!ach item nas necn Ktrccn iickcicu anu maihcu iu om.. , T , ' CT i i
Raise Money, Money. Moncv. This vc must do and will do in ten days. So come, help yourself to the most marvelous values
ever offered at a Great Sacrifice.
Come Early. Come Often and Carry Away the Wonderful Bargains.
O l.nluV Suits $.f, $11.67
Oil ITS 51 1.37 Palm I'uch Suits
Up to $5 Trimmed Hats 49c
crs at 98c, 1.98, 2.98, 3.98
These are wonderful
values at 29c, 79c, 98c,
19, 1.69, 3.39.
Bear in mind that this is a New Store with New Goods. New Styles, at unheard of prices. Our loss is your gain.
See the Pig Circular with a full description of only part of our wonderful values.
10 A- M.
100 Children's Hats
Ou tfy so. AH rt rrt- It t H".
v Ki l- h-y lt. 7 xV." t'-rn fst a!
10 A. M.
100 Ladies' Waists
tremrndfiu SUu?htcr. Styluh La
VataU. tl.00 value, new mate-
Children's Trimmed Hats
Your unrestricted Choice of children
frimmed Hat value from $2.00 to
$4.00. ALL DAY
LIGHT WEIGHT LINEN
New Summer Styles
Values to $2.75
1 ! A, M.
Ji J t.. i',' ll. t -vl n'-.S't ill
1 1 A. M.
Neckwear! Lace Collars!
Exceptional CcHir value, liqhtly soil
fl. All cood tylr. Thi big let in
clude ome iarc values of 39c, 50c and
7Sc collars at o IT-.
A Bisr Assortment of fine Handker
chief both for men and women. Take
these values to 25c, all you can carry at
An assortment of ribbons that will
dazzle the shrewdest buyers. Thousands
of yards, including values to 37 l-2c a
yard at IQq
FIREWORKS TO BE
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!tj !y Ar' ;:i:j was tlvfn an o!.--,
Tj.r.t -n I f.-.- tt i a-l lrr hy It. Rn-
"-n II" ffvk In S"Si!i. Ir. Rdt.-
ity: tb o-ic in the carr-ins on of edu- taken for the hospital project after a
ration an I the other with a work of talk by Senator F. A. Landee, who pre-
( hart! v.
sented the need for money. Rev. Mr.
it the wi'!e.t term in the j Ranseen delivered the benediction,
covers all humanity. But i Music by the Orion orchestra and Swe-
ss s:tnply that it will brine man to God.
rs t"u- I upon human. i anan spirit j We read in tie bible of those who came
2.: t l.'i o--tjte.l the eret:rn of the; to Christ after beinc cured of illness.
h"p.tl and p"'e ct rkarltv la ho.- And thus it will be with those who
p::4 r.d ht it mean. He Mated 'are heaird in this Christian institu
te; tae bu'.Mir.c would be a haven totir.n.
.fTr.r.s tutaati'.ty. J "-ny the prace of Cod this hospital
Ir. indrrrn Heard. w'2' 'M Vars to the lives of men."
Ir C'jtr Ar.'lrren. president pf Au
this intlIt:on of which we have Just j dish National chorus made the exer-
laid the cornerstone will have another ! cises complete.
ork. f roatcr even than that of healinp I -
the physical sufferings of mankind. It
HERE IN AUTUMN
I ( s.a I
t!ar.a rolt. delivered the address
in Km':H " Thi l a pioriou rt.iv in
ruT llici." h ai 1. "for e hve pith
rr I for a r.o; purp-e.
"I ren:-riib-r "''11 a :m;Ur ir.ither
ire year i;n on the next bluff to
tr;e jr'Ji!a rolleire then had
'.; f MRd!i"n ar. l a a li:t loy w.h
f t.wrtrrao i cv b.4T I in n:y f
t -.e frcr- 1 r i""' !
he declared. "Anil if we wish to add
It in the spans of years, thousands of
years w:!l be added to human life. And
then and still preater it will brin?
men to Cod and they will po forth and
with helpfulness and sympathy be of
service to their fellows."
Greetings were extended by Attor
ney James Johnston representing, the
hr' I watched the i ' 1 - -Mayor wiiiiarn lct.on-
ochle rrpresi-ntins the city of Rock Is-
OF HIGH SCHOOL
i .MNs Louise S. Curtis. TVho Is Dead in
If hicaeo, Vas Employed in Mo
line In the ?o0's.
STATE PURE FOOD
Federal Sapreme Court Declares Illi
nois Act to Be Constitutional la
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? T'e ..f; ;f ir af.f-. frSi. J r.rh. the !i,-k..vl. and lastly the place ""T"! board on selection of the
f.ilb f;f..fK-.4-:j 4 rp-tt--l ! .iri'y. tM hc.p::al. ! !e. which he declared to be ideal, and
iw;vi . it t i.tfhti. -,Vn1 r.ow Ko.! the. Mi, .re .-. i t f:at in spite of the fact that Mo-
t-a uf. f t: n . r f U Ac !Tt--a. rjffl in worV rf lwr.er.!:-!ir human-' l:n nia!n'fn fity hospital the now to accept a place In the public schools
' ft' r lf.rf.-a fl tie Mler.:- .- .: : , j institution Is sure to be of great value of Chicago. She held the place as
-ar ago a !:ll greater in- land- aR', Attorney G. A. Shallberg in
ws .)ur.ie.ithe rhurr't ''half of the Greater Moline rommit-
T; 144 e i wonderful tnr.itv the I Mr- Johnston complimented the
Miss Louise S. Curtis, the first high
school teacher employed in Moline.
died in Chicago last week and was
buried there yesterday. She was SO
years of ace. Miss Curtis began her
work in 1556 when the Plow city high
school course was first established and
there were only a few pupils. For
more than a dozen years she taught
all the classes, having no assistants,
and many of the older residents of
Moline were under her instruction.
When she left the Moline school it was
Washington. D. C. June 21. Con-
j stitutionality of the Illinois pure food
j law prohibiting in effect sale of a food
j preservative containing boric acid.
was upheld today by the supreme
Justice Hughes, for the court, held
that validity of the law must be up
held unless the ..defendant showed
there was no doubt about boric acid
being wholesome. The court held lie
had failed to do so.
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WITH SAGE TEA
to the city. Me concluded by SavinC ! nrincfnal of the noolittle nclinnl there
that he hoped the new bull. ling wnuM ! for manv years, being finallv retired
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ptf:f fp:ji;f A'!r rrtr- bodj Can Ttll,
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(t ;- it tij. i!t- j Th eld dm tnlitur cf ? T
::. frte rs - a4 Sulphur for tfarkcalcc irr.
rf . s!'t"t a a f ra! iCttxl a4 Lair U
lfc4ria l.tr lli.lary.
Pur tfa f NS4;:a rl a fcr'.ef
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oon come to be known, not as a hos
pital, but as a place of recovery.
nrk I.land rrontUen Aid.,
Mayor McConochie of Rock Island
said : "You have laid here a treat bless
ir.c to suffering humanity and I am
glad especially that the work cf this
institution is to be universal and not
ertarlan or confided to any especial
tree-1 or rlan. In behalf of the city
and people of Rock Island I wish to
extend most hearty greetings and
promise whatever aid we can rive in
traid- j voar nobie work."
O. A. Shallherg. representing the
on a pension. No immediate relatives
are left in this locality. James Fran
cis, formerly of Rock Island and now
of Chicago, is a nephew.
All the news all the time The Argus.
GLASS OF SALTS
If Your Back Hurts or Blad
der Bothers You, Drink
Lots of Water.
Hia 9i4e. en rv mil f :i , v..
7i COM, THAT iATZSfia
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tn r: f,.-ss 6 ft.:-! ti t- i :.!. t;4 ef rtei,! A i. faa4
,4- 'i'i''.-4 pfMr. ofjwius C4l pf cf f.a ! and
t-";.-; rs.n T'i". j tQ ef is tpal a p.:bt::ty.
44-4-U5 t en a4 I: r 4U I ae,l cepi ef T Hack t:ae. Argu.
eff Si ev'i w fh.-prt T.-.4. .'-;-. I-..p.- and
nii ll.-n a ! nl ac4t is aajtf-:a nf ia aarrta.
r;.T! ';.; era tr3 t -1 rri: for am
tbtfcr'a treatment, and fjlka are
a!k lulef 1 in W Mi rKlr K.ip a 1
ood. color, whh-h U aolt aenaJ. i ,;r"r -MlI!n committee, stated that
!!. aa ar llrtn la an ax wbii""r' t'1 twn nn hesitancy on the
yotittifql appaxaAC la of tfc creaV T"" of ,h "rranlzation he represented
a4raeiac. ,n 'klnit up the work of raisins money
Nn4aa. thooih. dool taal10 rorchase the site. He told of the
th tJXt!eorr.a tajk cf fathTln tha i ' rrp"'Kn ,nr ,h money which had
a- atd mr ttUto at bom. AU 1 bn unJr th "fficlent leadership of
m store rU tha radf-o-aM pro-1 n- D Lourie and how. at the end of
daet cil4 "Wyrth'a Sac and Sul- ,h flv allotted for the work.
fbur Compound" for about 60 recta . CM onIr HS.OrtO which had been!
a bottl. It U Ty popular becau&o th w reached, but that ICS.000
lotvir faa dieor !t ha bo ap- re ardd th efforia of those en
p:itf. J:ir.p:y tnoi.tea your comb orir' In the' work. He said:
aoft bro.h anti It acd draw thl "Io behalf of th Greater Moline
UirMich your hair, takloc ooa amall f romtnitte I extend jtreetlngs to you
trbd at a Um; by ntortiloc th ad lh to say that we hav confi
r ta.r dlappar. bat what d- dene In your proposition and are will-
HIT BY THROWN BALL;
HAS BEEN NEAR DEATH
Floyd Wilson, injured when struck !
When your kidney hurt and your
back feels sore, don't get scared and
proceed to load your stomach with a
lot of drugs that excite the kidneys
and Irritate the entire urinary tract.
Keep your kidneys clean like you keep
your bowels clean, by flushing then
! with a mild, harmless salts which re
in the head by a thrown baseball in a j m)veg he urinou9 WMle ami
game a week ago, is reported by the
physician attending him to be on the
mend after a hard fight for his life.
For more than a week he has lain
at his room. 1902 Fifth avenue, in a
serious condition, his life beng des
paired of part of the time. The ball
struck In the middle of his forehead
and he was made unconscous. Hem
orrhages followed. Mr. Wlson is em
ployed by the Central Union Tele
phone company in its repair department.
IKE l t lad-r ltj W yet ha Sax in to help you even more. W want
TliUS f h. Kteetaf t aa,l -i!nnr ! , ft a w . i ... t . t 9 n - .... .i i. ,
V I J'r m'IS I" " ,3r- f T d.rket ha.T after a I., ap. a. well a. th. other, that this edifice
. .. . . , , . . .4 r . twrc-; puraiwma. it a.ao produc that aoft ' mar a latinK monument for all that
;-. 9t4.l r...,eM t t. .s f lrt;:e. r R Mr .NMi.,r;n i ictr, Md mptwanc of abundanc 1. food. If you do here a. vou have
t. t-as-t t tfac. tia ti.rr f tt. tv.tlch U ao aitrartir: blde pre. la our other Institutions cf merer you
t.pfI fr-o . mf IS tfaadms. luhlnf acaip and talV will hire our confidence forever"
A.t is aa ail tx eT ; r 1terti tsak. a bop 1 1 t-r. Followtng the addresses and the
fc4 los Ua la tie si:sda of j nrr Uoua pharmacy. Ad rj aiisttg of a hymn a colleeuoa waa
ARE WORKING HERE
stimulates them to their normal ao
livity. The function of the kidneys is
to filter the blood. In 24 hours they
strain from it 500 grains of acid and
waste, so we can readily understand
the rital importance of keeping tie
Drink lots of water you can't
drink too much; also get frnr any
pharmacist about four ounces of Jau
Salts; take a tablespoonful in a glass
of water before breakfast each morn
ing for a few days and your kidneys
will act fine. This famous saus
made from the acid of grapes
Marine inspectors for the United
States government have been working
in this vicinity for several weeks in-
lemon juice, combiced with lithia &na
has been used for generations to clean
and stimulate clogged kidneys; ai?"
to neutralize the acids ia urine so it
no longer is a source cf irritation,
thus ending bladder weakness.
Jad Salts Is inexnensive: cannot in
specting the launches of local owners j
to see that the boats are equipped as j ure makes a delightful effervescent
required by the law. with tail and j nihia-water drink which everyone
head lights, horns and etc. A3 a rule j ev0uld take now and then to kee?
conditions have been found very good j their kidneys clean and aotire. Try
and most of the launch owners are liv- xhle, also keep up the water drinking
Ing up to the laws. Several have been and no doubt you will wonder wka
taken for minor offenses. ! became of your kidney trouble and
All the news all the time The Argus, j Harper House pharmacy Adv.