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COCS OiAin) AGU3-AFIUL 30, 1920.
:;:ju!gtioii is TOSUED AGAINST oinnnDnAOTnno UIIIIIUI IIHU I UIIU y , , v: 1 Stt.c Claim AmmU'Joij Ii Oper- fttiiif Contrary to Law of i Stat of IUiaois. elation i composed of mora than 100 persons, graduate of chiroprac tic schools, and that there is no in formation to ibow that it is incor porated under the laws of any state. It charges that more than 6,000 pa tients have been treated in Illinois alone within the past two years by members of the association, who are without education or training necessary for treatment of human ailments. It Is charged that as the organization of the Cairo exists, it is aiaing and abet Ung in the vio lation of the Illinois state law, which does not provide for the li censing of chiropractors under the terms of the medical and surgical license act. ' The defendants named are locat- and art of chiropractic in all legit imate way, to secure suitable leg islation legalizing and regulating the practice of chiropractic where not so legalized or regulated, to oahliRh mud oromote a closer in terest profession ally and socially between chiropractors generally, and to give to its members moral, social, intellectual and financial and legal protection. . It is claimed that assessments of dues are regularly collected, provid inr a fund from which individual members are taken care of in time of need, v i Writ of temporary injunction 'ftgai&st the Universal Chiroprac- j tors' association to prevent that or-1 m various pans of the state of i ganiiation irom acting unaer ine uunois, excepting jj. j. ramw, -constitution and by-laws under Thomas X.' Morris and .Fred Hart- ' which it is reputed to exist, pas well- "d they are charged with Issued yesterday afternoon by Jos- having practiced the theory of chl- inh. i. h.p. mMtr.in.phnrftrv. ropractic upon persons afflicted . .mnr m th mbsene of a ludee of ! with human allmenta without the' j " the circuit court The writ was j woper license of the law. It is set ' obtained upon plea of tie people of f"rta that the association is c-rgan-1 Illinois through Francis W. 8hep-U"d for .the purpose of furnishing! ardson, director of the cldpartsient j tn0 meabers -with every aaalstance of reglsiratloa and education ; Ed-! possible in order to evade the law ' ward J, Brundage, attorney gen- waaa brought to trial, aad to light- FAVOR WOMEN DELEGATES. Indianapolis. April 30. The Democratic state convention went on record in favor of the selection of women delegates to the national convention. - DELIVER THIRD LIBERTY DOUDS May 1 is Date for Delivery by Cot erament Treasury of Pemaa eat Conpois. Notification has been received by banks of Rock Island to the effect that permanent second liberty loan bonds will be delivered on or about May 1, by the government bond de partment of the Ffderal Reserve bank of Chicago, as authorized by the treasury department of the gov ernment. First liberty loan bonds eral of Illinois: and Benjamin S, Bell, stale's attorney of Hock Is land county. A bill for permanent injunction was filed with Circuit Clerk G. W. Gamble at the same time. The bill Tor injunction asks that on the burden upon individuals found gu!lt7. This is held unlawful ! on the grounds that the law of 11-' j cense Is being flagrantly violated and laughed at. j B. h Palmer Lifted. ' E. J. raliner, liead of tao Palmer ; the Lnlversal Chiropractors asso- school of Chlronractlo, In Daven- clation be res;ra)ned Irom carrying 1 ft, ia ji3tca as a defendant o:i the ; out the terms of wbat alleged as -g-oajjaa that ho is secretary of the" , an unlawful agreement with eacli aoeoclaiion. Xorrla end Hartwei: ' ; other; from contributing or paying cro tucrncr c: La Crease, Wis. any pan or nne3 ana costs ana also : jie7 are named as national ttuor- cxpenses and attorney tegs that are assessed, or the expenses incurred ,by any person prosecuted la an in dividual case. The list of defend ants name! include H. N. Metier, Charles J. Brutus. PbiUp H. Grigg3, Jessie G. Newman, Dora K. Yunk er,' F. W. Llnsenieyer. Emma Cal- . vln, R. E. Davenport, B. A. Clayton, Mrs. E. E. Clayton, A. H. Morrow, Lena M. Warrick, Ffceron L. War- rick. Mary E. S. Fullerton Tiska, A, W. Tlska, J. 0. Underwood, W. J. Buchanan, Riley E. BOTirman, E. T. Henry, S. F. Stewart. I. H. Beck- '.holt, Emma 6. Rooks, R. W. Peer-! ' man, EHza'.KCn G&ss. J. L. Hubbard. j ;,B. J. Palmor, Thomas N. Morris and , "Trod Hart well. 'j -( ' Asaocls'Jon of 100. I iieys for the Universal Chiropractic association, nr.d os such ara giving advice and aiding the members lu violating the medical l&-xa of the. state of Illinois. Attached to the bill of complaint U an alleged copy of the corstitu- ition and by-lawB of the association. In section two of article one, the Gbj'cc'. is 6St forth as follows: To advance the philosophy, science will be issued in June. Bonds oi the third loan have already been iavited. - ' The bulletin sent to the banks reads: i "The treasury department has authorized us to begin delivery on or about May 1 of ihi per cent, per manent second liberty loan cou pon bonds, issued upon conversion of 4 per cent second liberty loan coupon bonds. "First liberty loan 44 per cent permanent coupon bonds will be issued on or about June 1 upon the conversion of fih-st liberty loan 4 per cent coupon bonds. "It is necessary that we give the conversion of temporary 4 per cent first and second liberty loan cou pon bonds preferred attention, as they have.no coupons attached for tha intorMt. rim June 15 and May 15, 1820, respectively, while the 4 percent first and second tem porary bonds have coupons .. at tached for the interest due on those dates . "It is expected that delivery of permanent 44 per cent coupon bonds "issued upon conversion of temporary 4 per cent .coupon bonds will have progressed suf ficiently to enable us to start de livery on or about July 15 of per manent 4H per cent bonds in ex change for temporary per cent coupon bonds." , WHY 0T BUT The geunine ABRAHAM'S Pecan Roll and cut in slices to suit you The cheapest in the end, qualit considered. Serve MACRON ETS in plapeof potatoes Boil Tender tUT, Five Min., Potatoes are of poor quality and they are high-priced. MACRONETS are always de licious and they're low priced. Nowashing, no peeling, no bother. Makes The Best Biscuit! The bill alleges that the asso- Crrcct Shoes for SIu a.d Wni At Forsb?rg's Walk Over Boot Shop 414 Fifteenth Street. Wolla Dr. Scholl's Foot rm:crt tr Ico for Men anil tTomea had biscuits at your house lately? tonight, why not bake a plate-ful? of course you have G0LDRIM Flour with which to bake them! everyone who likes biscuits uses the flour that makes the best bis cuits GOLDRIM FLOUR .(.Petersen's Sons (5 DAVENPORT'S - LARGEST- DEPARTMENT - STORE 1 Men's Clothing Shop 2nd Floor M0I li A r A HIT ! AT $40 hi S 111!!!!- tM OUR YOUNG MEN'S SUITS In Plain Flannels and Fancy Weaves You know that 540 is dirt-cheap for a good all-wool suit this Spring. We know it too. We've priced these suits extremely close in order to meet the demand for a serviceable . , . suit at low cost Come in and be the judge , -yourself. v-" , u - r)U can choose from practically all the new Spring styles and materials; one-button or two-button double-breasted, one-button "Dumb-belT sin gle breasted, or twobotton sack, each in a variety of plain color.flanaels or fancy mixtures. r Flannels are always popular and are proving to be great favorites this Spring. In this line we have the three best colorsblue, green and brown in both single and double-breasted models. You will make no mistake in buying one of these suits at $40. 4 To be fair to yourself, yon should come in and see these suits that we are selling .for $40 before you buy yonr Spring clothes. An instigation will convince you that you are getting more than "value receiveif Boys' Barber Shop 2nd Floor THeTsyteaClothbs L System and Kirschbaum Clothing for Men ' SPECIALLY PRICED In Our Anniversary Sale These Specials to Be Continued to Monday As Well r These reductions in our Anniversary Sale are of special signifi cance because it's not only good news of savings to be had, but (and more important) the reductions are on GOOD CLOTHES all wool and hand tailored new Spring styles only, in all year aroun(d weights. . Dunlap Hats $10 Up Values to $60 Good looking dark and medium cas simeres, tweeds, fancy worsteds in the plain oxfords thatt so rarely descend from the high price level. And the styles "look like money." Soft rolled lapels, interlocking buttons, and dou ble breasted, plain form fitting styles in high and medium waist line with or without belts. Not Just Boys' Siiits. But Suitable Suits for Boys Values to $50 You'll know how hard it is to find suits of sturdily woven, hard finished worsteds and smooth cassimeres at a reasonably price. You'll know what it means to get a suit lined throughout with firm Alpaca for any like "a let live price." And if you don't know to what unattain able heights Men'-s Clothing prices have risen find out now, and then hurry down to this sale. All sizes all mrdels all shades. Values to $18.50 Medium and light weights in grays, greens, browns, blues, mixtures, plain colors, stripes, checks and flecked patterns. Some, have two pair1 pants. Values to $25 . Jack 0 Leather all wool man-tailored suits lined with real leather in the newest models. Hair cloth pants. Other all wool suits with two pair pants Saturday and Monday only. $13.95 $19.75 Second St. at Main Davenport, la. :r:ft