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THE AlUjUS, 'rrnUKSDAY; SEPTEMBER 7,
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At prices Jo,..,
Suit the Times.
Seamless congress, jill solid , - , -Buckle,
best kip and grain . -
Congress and Lace, buff, all solid -Very
best quality, congress, and lace,
See our line at - ! - -
See our square box-toe - for o
1625 Second Ave. under Rock Island House.
The safest and most permanent cure for the
nu' of t. j Mem by
-1 r arid
Th- poison i not fi i it -7
h more vinlent p i t -ti at );
Tiie Tiea't rxit-nt lui!d up 'n ir
iL? haMi c&Ei-Les' quietly a f td's-
patient in 'peffci liealtli. '
The Testimony of all prudna .is. th a n.arvf
( u-j it-nta,l his taken pl-to.---
Coire?;'( r.ence coj fi 1' i.tift?. .
'n.-ntntt-s in al pi-rts of the Ihud r'tMr-.
Lireratare on the Buhject sent on apoUraii
lloiu Offi e.
MORIO LI MQl.O UUh C
BUKOKD BLOCK. 11 cv ., i.
Ladies' Colored Oxfords.
-Park Ku-ia Faust' oper.i, regular pic-" $'4 00,
. TOW - irv- -
sow .- . :- .... -. .. , -. .: .2 25
LOT 3 Ta.ii . Ku$wa-JHwlrnarro Ttjct3re""tre rf-gnlar "
price $3 00, now 2 25
LOT i. Tan Ku-tian AnrrHta Ttpera., Tm'Tip r gular
pric$4 00, now-- - - - " - '
LOTH. A r all styles of Blncherani PicaiMy ia?t, rg
ular piice $3 and $3 50, now - 2 25
These are our finest goods, and at prices to
suit the times. ": f i '
SPECIAL IiAblES, -DEPOT.
f:.e.ncli Bf W-fk Memorr I-nn'OT """ ", ,.n.l L.sof power
.imntra am of tobacco, opium 01 nl" 'V t ,,r n..x. O r.ir
... ....n m w'lth iSSonl ;r wemr."..rr",.T. rl. -ic for t. tnke
Fr sale in Rock Islani by Hartz & Ullmeyj r, dru.2:sist- 3 J1 12th et
K I N D ERGABTEN.C U LTU R E.
SoomJilogr ot if Sytt TiTUeh U of Gnt
Rock Island, 111., Sept. 1 Editor
Arox-s:: ' Ihtepruryteit by - shorter
wares, which almost seem tb retratt
its progress, the tide of education is
ever rising higher and higher, steady
in ita advancement, as each lessur
wave grants time to the .Uriling,
crested giants behind to gather fresh
lff'ff M c4 ! thinVeJ vei VTiMier
W(SjtW ;l)(iac'hU .Vefir a f J ?ar
earnest VorkeVs i n " t he cau so, have
added W hat they could to its strength,
many seeming to fall short of the
great thinkers before them, but each
one giving new courage and vigor to
those who come after. It is neces
sary to correct, at the outset, a few
misapprehensions, which have un
doubtedly done nimshito 'binder the
diffusion of kindergarten culture:
In tbeJirtet, place . kindergarten cul
ture does not supplant family educa
tion; on the contrary, it improved
family education and places it on a
sound bisi. .The kindergarten
proper 'mfinrH the -child ' an ifjortii
nity for "social culture, for inter
course with its equals in age..' ami
powers. Again the kindergarten,
must not be confounded either in its:
nature or in its aims, with certain
charitable institutions whose object
is the care and training of neglected'
or pauper children, or oj Jljechil-i
tlren of laboring pVY Igjirii wak
ing hours instVlutionS -bfioJi? frx-'
isted in various fonh't riesf uinler Hie
various names long before the kin-,
dergarten. It is true that kinder
garten culture catRiakCi these insti
tutions a much greater blessing, and
for this reason it his introduced
in many of them. P.ut, on the other
hand, it forms atj indispensable link
in a harmonious yr tt'lnf f education,
equally adapted to sill hnmaii beings,
equally necessary to the full develop
ment of all the powers of every child.
Sltetrh of t'.to Syt-in.
I desire to present to earnest
mothers and Uachers a concise sketch
of the system,; in'- such a . form that
the connection between itiand other
important educational factors mav
stand out prominently, and that
mothers , and ; t4?airhrf "jiiay. at the
same time, lind enough practical sug
gestions to enable them to test the
merits of the vtetn without
to iW little iinilsiv.' - - -
Kriedrich Ioelel, the founder of
the first kindergarten, was born in
17S2 at O'.icrwcissbach.'fj ViHac of a
small i;.rman principality in Thur
ingia. uim iJ iltie-tMos-L rijuai)tc por
tions of ' .Y'titrnl GV-rriiany Space
will not permit to give a detailed ac
count of his lonely-childhood and his
lender hut unrequited yearning for
love: a yearning which was satislied
only when years after, he had found
bis true calling, and was made happy
by the hue and affection ofihis
pupils and a few faithful friends. "
I'roebel based his svstem upon the
principle of plav; he would have the4
child taught while playing.the great
est truths of the universe; uncon
sciously, yet with a deep meaning in
all, he would playfully lead the child
u to observe and create, to find the
law of unity, l-'roebel was a phil
osopher; he investigated the relation
of the child's activity In play to the
growth of his mind; "the mind grows
by self-revelation. In play the child
ascertains anil.disciivers tUe possibi
lities of hLi'MiU'and -thought by ex
erting his pwec spontaneously,
while in' work he' follows a" task pre
serilted bv another. ' : - a
f t'r'-tMrii 1dm 'rrifl Our.' vn :
; To carry out KroebcTs ideas of ed
ucatjoqej sht'tftJ njiiifcK4p"rta. stlf
activity on the part of . the thild, be
! H--bn r i wh U m-s- le-elrtprmTt-nf
the human powers requires not only
(fnly: Belf-aetivity; m induceilte
powers to'grmvanVthc mnhmly rirus'
labor to induce vigorous self-activity,
and to keep it in proper channels.
We should aim at developing good
habits of ' observation, thought and
action; good habits in the "Tormation
of ideas and purposes, as" well : as hi
their expression, knowledgo and
skill. , The child naturally, delights
in activity, and his desire for it
grows with the. growing powers;
laziness ami andtdene freqnentlv re
sult from false education. Hv Vise
management of the impressions
which crowd, aroilnW , the child. nay,
the baby.lcotjsciotisaiesa and, with ft,
attention and df-actjvityjiciia ,ha
hastened and intensified; by the pro
curing of pleasure and the avoiding
ul pain,. t ae eiaotiiiAl ''nataro can,, I
uirj-t-ieu in jiroperj rnanneis; by a
poTistant fgard rpttjlie beautiful the
foundation of good tastev and with
it.. -off Tjrjiff can-,be( (Ijinl.jihci wealth
of ideas can be increased, the oun-
ami pure. In the, kindursrarten-the
in. the,, kindcrsaxien.
environment is. iaahU-d (Jol-iUofi '
-.t -I.H.. 1. 1- . .
eiuiu s neeus; as nis
cnpations as a means of carrying out
hiSjprinife; theycMll, ta's,
i. fe.'he'vaniniar,' tegeYaole and "min
eral. The gifts train the hand or
physical side, and, inasmuch as the
hand is an expression of the mind,
41J2 a m3m greai oencnts are derived from them.
1803 SeCODd Avenue. Jentration are cultivated.
ni ?nm ii! 1 b ' ' " - ' r 'rJ'iai,ions supplement tne
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oftentimes express it even better
than the gifts, and give change of
work, which a relaxation.
Much more might be said in favor
of the new education; but, sufficient
has been said to induce those in
trusted with the care and education
of the young to give it their un
divided and unprejudiced attention,
that having been i gained the new
education will '. not fail, to prove Its
mission; "tq help children grow n
the right direction, to "make them
strong , and vigorous, sensible.' aad
thorough, earnest and cheerful; sym
pathetic and helpful, to develop jnld
full elliciencv all the possibilities of
theirrbeingT) It ; , s) educating the
heart, head and hand- It-appeals
for cooperation and support to all to
whom this ideal seems worthy." '
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Poist BvitoN, Septl Mrs. C. C.
Coyne and Miss Elsie. Fleming are iu
Chicago-this week.. W , !
H. M. Reynolds of Molinc, is visit
ing at J. M.' Grove's thfs week. i
Mrs. Kmma Darrow, of Rock Isl
and, is visiting Mrs. K X. Hollister
this week. . ,
Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Fleming of Gil
christ, 111., are visiting relatives here
this week. . '
Mark Ashdown i: making some
improvements in his residence on
Uhfh ' street.' 1 .' -,
Miss Ret, of Rock Island, is spend
ing the week with Mrs. Kdward Rog;
ers, in t his place.;
Prof. Kd T. Harper of the Chicago
Theological seminary, visited his
parents on Monday. ., , ( t . . ,
Martin & Clark will brighten the
residence of l)r. K. K. Rogers with a
coat of paint this week. ;
Alden .Sutherland has his " hew
house nearly enclosed and is build
ing a .foundation for a barn...
-'The infant daughter of Mf."and
Mrs. Frank Hollister died Monday
afternoon of cholera infantnnv.Ji :i. l"
,, Judging, front tliti quantity of hard
coal oi-.ngileli vered In town tins fall,
jH'ople are preparing for another si'i '
vere winter. ,. .- - j - ; j
Quite a number from town are en
joying a picnic and basket supper on
the line grounds of K. X. Hollister on
the river road this afternoon. '
: The hot ilry weather is causing a
great scarcity of water for stock, and
many cisterns arc empty, causing
many to go to the river for water.
Postmaster Garnett has been at a
disadvantage on account of an insuffi
cient number of call boxes, but has
recently put in -18 more, which. will
supply the-demand for the pr&seni;
Charlie and Percy Pearsall have re
turned to Galesburg for another
year's work at . Knox college, and
Miss Grace Zollinger leaves Momlav
morning - for: Cornell university at
Mt. Vernon, Iowa.
F. S.. Cone, an .old resident and
merchant, hero, arid; who- is now en
gpged iai , tle ' utuiaefyl 'busintw in
FU.rida. is in town this week visiting
relatives and renewing old acquain
tances.. His gray hair, and long
white beard make him look much
different from what he. did .12 or 13
years ago. j ) ')-'( :
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The Modern Itoauly
Thrives on good food an?l sunshine,
with plenty of t'xeraie ;in the' open
air. 'Her form 'glowfs - with health,
and her face blooms with its beauty.
If her system needs the cleansing
nction of a laxative remedy, she uses
the gentle and pleasant liquid laxa
tive Syrup of Figs.
A 'Wonderful Kcno. ,.',,'.', .
In the Roman Campajrna at the sepul
cher of Metalla, wife of Sulla, there is
an echo that repeats five times, each be
ing in a different tey. It 'will also repeat
a , hexameter .. line or another seatenco
that can be spoken in 2J seconds. New
fork Evening, Sun.- i tA YMOlK -
' -' jn WAY'.QVT
Of wbiiiau ;tr6uhles' is
.Uh j l.Qftor Xitrce'a
Sately and certainly, ev
ery delicate , weakness,
(!e.r:'jirement, , nd ... dis
ease pecuh'ar to Uie sex
is permanently cured.
Out of all the medi
cines for women, the
Favorite Prescription "
is the only one that's
guaranteed to do what is
claimed for it. In all
and irregularities, neri-
odieal pains, displace
ments, internal inflam
mation or ulceration, bearing -down
sensations and kindred ailments, if it
ever fails to bene lit or ;ure, you have
your money back..
- fk certain to iir tvtry ease of Catarrh fa
Dr. Snpe's Catarrh Remedy that its proprie
tors mabfl jyinu this offf :j f lJ you oant be
cured, irmanentiy,vre'll pay you $500 cash."
o ij;hn; ryA oj duoivsVI
:hicjaj .up oos
oZrliflh 9' l0, ,2, ,3'14
( S12.Q00 IH PREMIUMS.
$3,200 in Speed Classes.
Four Races Each Day, One of Which
is a Running Race.
BICYCLE RACES Thursday, Sept.
14. at 9:30 a. m.
Steam and electric cars, direct to
SPECIAL RATES OX ALL ROADS.
For information, , premium lists,
and speed programs, apply to
P. W. McMancs, Secretary,
Galling for Rock Island
The Best Beer Made,
On Tap everywhere.
: -r: TRY IT
The Rock Island Brewing Company, success
ors to George Wagner's Atlantic Brewery, . I.
: ffuber's City Brewery and Raible 6k Stengel's
Rock Island Brewery, as : well as Julius Junge's
Bottling .Works, h is one of the most complete
Brewing' establishments including 'Bottling de
partment in the country. , The product is the
very best. . Beer is bottled at the brewery and ;
delivered to any part rf the , tri-cities, and may
be ordered direct from the head offices o- ' Mo
line avenue by Telephone. - -
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What Is the condition of yours? Is your hair dry, ?
harsh, brittle? Does it spilt at the ends? Has it a ?
lifeless appearance? Does it fall out when combed or
brushed ? Is It full of dandruff? Does your scalp itch ? J
Is it dry or in a heated condition ? If these are some of
your symptoms be warned in time or you will become bald.
is what you need Its produotlnrjIiinotBnaccldeht'bat.fbereniltoractoatiCe
research. Knowleilpi- ot the disca of the hair and scalp led to the a iseov- V
fJJ?.r S.w totwM'toan. ''Sfeookum "contains neitber minerals nor oils. Jt .
fceai? top faMMg haxr, cures dajutrif and grotf Aair on baul. 5
tr,""! "!? ne:thy. and frc fr'nrn IrrlutiaR-erontbrns, k .
'i"eJJt Stoukum. Htm txxip. It dostrova pantsitia inseai, uUtck. Joed ok
una aettroy the Ixnr. -
' U,?our drufTRln eaaant snppty yon 8eh aiwet to Cs. fend w wffl forward' J
THE SKOOKUn ROOT ; HAIR CROWER CO ; $
DIRT DEFIES THE KING." THEN
3 -A P Ln I
THAN ROYALTY ITSELF.
g Brick for Sidewalks.
During the month of August the following;
cash prices will, be made on sidewalk brick de
livered on the street: . . , , ;:
No I sMew-alk' Ij-ick ..-.)-.,-: J9 op
And Dealer in Men's 'Fine Woolens.
1706 Second Avenufe.
The. Uioronh inst. action clvcn at this School is veriilwl uy iii3re. "than WO different Banks
i: !.: i ; , nalng tboir Student.
112 and li4 Ea?y Second Sirt, ; J) A VEN HORT, 10 Wi,
Pfoprieiotbf pf tie Braiy isfrert "'-'
:j ?. id:;
vt !!'- I.'ttfc c-i . vij . ' ' ' " ' ','',''
. One. block from Central park. th iargm t in Iowa,
- 901 Brady. trt, Dayenport. U
C. J. W. SCHREITJFR
Contractor aiidf Bidlder
Vm. 1123 Fourth ayesne. Bealdanee lilt Fourth ayenae.
Plus and rpeciflcations fnrolsbed on all elasaea of work; also aeent for WOler's Bat.1ride
gudinr bl!oda,wiDetbiiig naw, tylisn and desirable,
BOCK IStAND ILL