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i;fluei;ce of . scouts to aid ; budget drive Caaacll FmIii That Proper Appre ciation f XoTement Will Insure Soems. Much has been said as to the value of the Boy Scout movement and an opportunity for some real constructive testimonials from the people of Rock Island will be given next week when the "mail" cam paign for raising the budget sum fixed to cover the expenses of scouting activities in this coramun ilq is waged. No personal solicit ing is 'to be done according to the plan as presented by Scout Execu tive David B. Bergquist, head of ' the Rock Island council. y People, Bergquist believes, have come to appreciate and to fix a proper valuation upon the influ ence for good that the Scout organi sation has developed. - Not only has it laid a broad foundation for the citizenship of tomorrow, but it has heightened the tone of the com munity of today. . This feeling of responsibility of the community in return for such service rendered Is so general that the local council feels that it has no need for any great publicity in the drive for funds which is to be, next week with no campaign organization other than a goodly supply of 2 cent postage 'stamps. The response to the written re quests, Mr. Bergquist feels, will be Just as ready as those which have been spontaneously returned to in quiries the council has sent to var ious citizens in regard to the worth of the activity of the troops. E. C. Fisher, who, in his capacity of sup erintendent of schools, has an op portunity of gaining a proper per spective of the influence of the Scout work upon the growing boy, replied in a letter to Mr. Berg- mi tat t- v ' "I have your letter concerning the Rat Spoilt camDaif n. "The value of the Boy Scout movement has come to be Tecog nlzed by all people interested in the better development of our boys. As a great factor in character de velopment and service to the com munity. Boy Scout training is ines timable in its value, l neiieve me people in Rock Island are con vinced of this fact and will sup port the movement enthusiastic We sell full coverage auto insur ance; no deductions; guaranteed rates; no assessments. Lawyer Main. Phone 432. Don't Forget Your Discount Willi! lllllll' i'llllll llllllll WE allow jou dkwaaat ! 10e per M. Cn. Ft. an your invoice lor cm. and 'At per K. W. H. for elec tridty. It paid within Hi d;ra from the date on your intake. Avail yonraelf of thiii opportunity to aara. PEOPLES POWER CO. Rock Island Molina, - East HoUae Woman Finds Remedy Worth Fabulous Fortune "I wouldn't take a million dollars fo rthe good Mayr's Wonderful Ttammiv has done for me. I have finished the course, and can say I 'am entirely cured of very severe indigestion, bloating and colic at tacks I suffered from for many years." It is a simple, harmless preparation that removes the ca tarrhal mucus from the intestinal tract and allays the inflammation which causes practically all stom ach, liver and intestinal ailments, including appendicitis. One dose will convince or money refunded. Bengston's drug store, Davenport, Rock Island, Moline. and druggists everywhere. (Adv.) OVER-ACIDITY of the stomach has upset many a nigbfsrest If your stomach is nod dicturbed, dissolve two or three IUHQIDS on the tongue before retiring and en joy refreshing lep. The purity and goodness of Ki-moidt guaranteed by SCOTT a BOWHE MAKERS OP SCOTT'S EMULSION STUDENT NUBSES AT ST. ANTHONY'S HOSPITAL NEEDED St Anthony's hospital is in need of at least 12 student nurses to train for the nursing profession .mi on nrvont fall has iust been sent out by hospital authorities to secure applicants. J nose wno ap ply must be between jthe ages of 19 and 30. For a three year course the state requires a minimum edu cation of one year high school work and for the two year course an eighth-grade education is re quired. During the training the students receive a salary .in addi tion to maintenance. , .. :,. "The nursing profession is an advancing one and offers a splen did field for ambitious young worn men," Bald Dr. A. N. Mueller, city health commissioner. "I am anx ious that Rock Island young wom en Bee the advantages of becom ing a trained nurse and grasp this opportunity which St. Anthony's hospital now offers. . From a monetary standpoint, nursing ranks among the highest paid professions. A well trained nurse, upon graduating, commands a salary of from $30 to $45 a week." ECZEMA MEETS FINAL ENEMY WILLehanseanold black diacolararf floor, wiving tho affaot of a hard wood finished floor. ANY ONE CAN USE IT. Ask ua for circular. L. 8. McCabe & Co. If yon have any idea that your eczema i too rtubborn to respond to Fosiam's healinr influence, consider that this splen did remedy has made ita record by master ing difficult and baffling eases of yeara standing. Pick out the hardest spot you have where itrhing and smarting annoy most and give Poslam an overnight chance to show improvement. Try the same n yoa have pimples, acne. rash, aealp-ocale, I herpes or any skin disorder. . Sold everywhere. For free sample write to Emergency Laboratories, C43 West 47tb St.. New York City. Urge your skin to become clearer, bright er, better by the daily of Poslam Soap, medicated with Poslam. All the news all the time The Argus. Make rooms like new A single can of Abaorene, the famous wall paper cleaner, will make your old paper look like new fresh and clean as die day it was put on. The proc ess is easy and simple, the results sure. And it will save you die price of new paper. ' Ask your neighborhood decorator or any dealer for Absorene. THE ABSORENE CO. ST. LOUIS TACKLE this store before you go on that fishing trip and youll experience genuine "fisher man's luck." The right rods, reels, bait, hooks and tackle here for all kinds of fishing and all kinds of fish. McKinley Hardware Co 227 Eighteenth Street Nothing But "Bargains l! THE BIGGEST VALUE GIVING r f, A TEN DAY SALE OF DEPEND- SALE EVER HELD IN THIS COM- S ' g (P Wb H T0"l?i 1 O ABLE- SERVICEABLE MERCHAN- MUNITY. MANY OF THE ITEMS JLM,L gClJLlJ. pISE THAT MEANS A SAVING OF ADVERTISED ARE BELOW TO- 1T j Hi 20 TO 30 PER CENT ON EVERY- DAY'S WHOLESALE PRICE. WATCH JLJ'GOt tOl THING YOU BUY. EXTRA SPEC- THE PAPERS FOR EXTRA SPEC- - IALS WILL BE OFFERED DAILY. IALS THAT WILL BE OFFERED (FORMERLY THE BRADY) LOOK FOR OUR AD EVERY EVEN- DAILY or ve" ock sIanI Ing"" Sale Starts Saturday, April 17, and Continues for 10 Days APRONS DRESS SHIRTS KHAKI PANTS SHOE POLISH O. N. T. WOOL PANTS WORK SHIRTS OVERALLS Ladies' band ai Men's $2.25 dress Men's $3 khaki w ... . flll Mercerized cro- Men's $10 wool Boys' blue rons with biba shirts, your p a n t s, special, Shoe PoIh m a11 Jhet cXn t pantS '"k Men's $1.o0 blue striped overalls, real bargain each choice per pair . brands, per can rt coon, to or brown, work shirts, each last' $1.19 $1.79 $2.45 8c 25c $7.95 $1.19 85c MUSLIN GOWNS, PETTICOATS, ETC. $i:49 79c $1.49 79c 98c Muslin corset covers, $2.00 value, each Muslin corset covers, $1.00 value, each Muslin petticoats, $2.00 value, -each . Muslin.-drawers, $1.00 value, each ...... Muslin-combination suits, $1.50 yalue, each .......... Muslin combination d 1 d Q C .suits, $2.75 value, each . . P i Long or short sleeve muslin night . gowns, values to d f 7Q $20, choice v. . w . f Short sleeve muslin night gowns, values to $3.00, $91 Q choice ...--..?... -v. . Muslin petticoats, $2.50 value, choice $1198 HOSIERY Ladies' lisle hose, 95c value, per pair , Ladies' 29c black cotton hose, per pair , Ladies' $1.75 black or white silk hose, pair Boys' and girls' hose, 50c QQ, 69c 19c $1.39 value, per pair Girls' mercerized lisle stockings, per pair . . , Men's 25c work hose, 2 pairs ......... Men's $1.50 silk hose, all colors, per pair Men's 50c silk lisle hose, per pair 49c 1 35c $1.00 39c OXFORDS - PUMPS - SHOES Ladies' $9 and S10 brown or black kid oxfords or pumps, per pair $7.95 Girls' $5.00 kid or pat ent one strap slippers, per pair $3145 Low heel kid oxfords, values to -$7.50,, special, per pair $4.95 Men's $9.00 brown Eng lish dress shoes, per pair $6.95 Ladies' S10.00 patent kid oxfords, per pair $7.95 Children's patent or kid baby doll slippers, per pair $1.49 GINGHAM DRESSES Girls' gingham dresses, values to $2.75, your choice for $1.95 BOYS' SUITS Nifty models in blue serges, brown or grey patterns, values to $15.00, a real bargain at $9.75 Phones 443444 GROCERY DEPT. Specials for Saturday, MontUy and Tuesday Flour is going higher. Lay in your supply at our low prices. 49 lb. sack White Lily fcO QC Flour at pO7d 49 lb. sack Ceresota Flour at 4 lb. sack Ceresota Flour at 2 dozen Fresh Eggs( not del.) 10 lbs. good Cooking Apples $3.95 $1.99 85c ..69c ... 25c ..80c 2 lbs. good Eating Apples Nice large Sunkist Oranges, per dozen . Nice large Grapefruit, "OC at 10c, 2 for CDC Fancy larga Lemons, C per dozen flurC Fresh Cocoanuts. each I Red Onions. 2 lbs. for . . 18c 15 c All kinds of Fresh Vegetables at Lowest Prices 4 large Armour's or Caxolene (comp.) Milk . 2 No. 3 cans Silver Lake Tomatoes for , 2 No. 2 cans Bethel Heights Tomatoes for 2 No. 2 cans Big Sioux Corn for 50c 30c 25c 25c $1.19 3 No. .3 cans Brady Sliced Pineapple for 2 No. 3 cans Chick or Jonathon Pumpkin for ...fcOC 1 lb. cans Calumet 'Op Baking Powder aWC 1 lb. cans Rumford Baking Powder 3 Jars Silver Leaf Jelly , 3 lbs. McLauglin . XXXX Coffee ...... 1 lb. Bulk Seeded Raisins .... 2 lbs. Prunes Pint Jars Sorghum ' z jack rrost A Salt SJC 10 bars Cudahy's White PC Naptha Scsp dOC 35c ..35c $1.00 29c ...33c ...17c Garden Rakes at 99c, 79c and ... Garden Hoes at 99c, 89c and ... Garden Spades at Garden Forks at Hardware ..69c .79c $1.99 $1.75 ..39c ..39c ...79c 99c .85c $1.75 .a. Granite Pans, each Granite Mixing Pans, each Granite Kettles, at 99c, S9c and Our Best Wash Boards, each Laundrj Globe Wash Boards,- each Laundry Baskets at $2.00 and Onion Sets, Red, Yellow, QC or White, 2 qts. OOC Garden Seeds of all kinds at lowest prices, bulk or packages 69 c 69c 89c 25c $1.49 29c UNDERWEAR Men's athletic or ribbed unionsuits, all sizes, worth $1.50, QQ per suit OC Men's ribbed shirts or drawers, worth $1.25, special, Q per garment Boys' athletic or ribbed unionsuits. worth $1.00, special, per suit Girls' ribbed unionsuits, worth $1, special, garment Ladies' unionsuits, worth $1.25, special, per suit . . . Ladies' 25c vests, special, at 2 for Ladies' $2.00 unionsuit, per suit Ladies' 39c vests, special at Ladies' drawers, worth t 75c, per pair YARD GOODS Beautiful voiles, values to $1.50, special, per yard . . New spring ginghams, 45c value, per yard 35c India linen, special, per yard 69c curtain nets, special, per yard 35c long cloth, per yard Plain white or striped flaxon, per yard Mercerized table damask, worth $2.00, special qc per yard .... OC Silk poplins in all colors, values to $2.75, special, d 7C per yard ....... . . . v 1 O in 5c 35c 29c 45 c 29c 59c CLEAR amber liquid, turning to creamy gold in the cup releasing that delidoualy mellow and penetrating aroma. . It is the flavor of Yuban that has made it the most popular coffee in Chicago. The Arbuckle Guest Coffee Said Theodore ROOSEVELT: "E. KVEN men who are not profess edly religious must, if they are frank, admit that no community permanently prospers, either morally or materially, unless the church is a real and vital element in the community life." Put a charch in a town and all real estate value increase. Put a charch in a town and it becomes at once a center of inspiration for better schools, better politics and general community improvement. Put a church in a town and you insure a community where law and order reign, where the personal and property rights of men and women are respected, where children grow up trained in the ideals that have made America great. Kill the church and you kill the Voice that is con stantly calling men to more unselfish living. Kill the church and you cut the nerve of your hos pitals, your colleges, your civic organizations and even of respect for government itself. Thirty denominations, realiaingthat the problems fac ing them are too great to be solved by any one de nomination alone, are cooperating in a great forward campaign under the name of the Interchurch World Movement. No modern business could have made a more scien tine survey of the task than these denominations have made. No budgets could be more carefully drawn. You have the satisfaction of knowing that every dol lar you give has its post of duty assigned to it in advance. 1 Every dollar for a better America and a better world. For an American where the ideals of Washington and Lincoln and Roosevelt will continue to grow strong. When your church calls on you in the cam paign week of April 25th give, and give with your heart as well as your pocketbook. . Movement of Worth America Tkt fubluttio f this tdvtrtistmnt is mtit ptssiik tkrtik tin etferttuu tf tJwij deumjutuu.