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' THURSDAY THE EOCK ISLAND ARGUS MAY IS, 1920.
roup IFOilAEHEE " AII8LBACE V ' :: " i' " ' ' "(.'.. (Continued from Pig One.) f Jotasoa win Join a third party MM .or ton on of Us viewpoint ads a third ticket The new JTVf will acquire strength from ae so-called liberal or radical wtags of the two big parties. . - Caviar; Ceaeera. This readjustment or realignment t political forces is causing no little concern .to both Republicans aad ; Democrats. The Republicans are -supremely confident that tbe defections will not be considerable Tbe Democrats think the departure 'Of Johnson and bis following from the regular Republican party will make the Lodge reservationist pro gram easy to attack and that the real friends of the league wi'l see the Democratic platform as tbe only meant of bringing about an early partnership of tbe United States in w Bat irrespective of the treaty is i nes, tjie personal questions in each j party are getting more and more Irital. William Gibbs McAdoo has rthe edge on the Democratic nom ination. By insisting on uninstrurt. ed delegations and keeping him self out of the office-seeking class by maneuvers of receptiveness only. be has impressed Democrats in the capital here as a shrewd politician Mitchell Palmer is well liked and probably has more strength among the members of the Democratic na tlonal committee than has McAdoo bat the latter was in the game be fore Palmer began. Delegates were tied to the McAdoo band wagon hen that individual waa secretary of the treasury and director general of railroads. Ha got aa early start Added to this are the mistakes made by Palmer qr rather the group he has rightly or wrongly antagonized. He is under attack for failing to reduce the cost of living, for alienating labor by his policy in the coal injunction suits, and for his wholesale raids on so called "reds." The last charge in fluences probably only the radical wing of the Democratic party which in any event would not stick with the Wilson kind of democracy no matter whether Palmer, McAdoo or any other heir of the Wilson poli cies were nominated. This group still holds Hr. Wilson responsible for Postmaster General Burleson's repression of "liberal" periodicals and considers the treaty and league objectionable aa not being liberal EYES WORK CEASELESSLY When we work and when we play. And as middle life approaches they begin to show signs of the strain and to call for help. After 40 years of age lenses should be changed at least every two years to allow for the steady agoing of the eyes. We can supply the exact glasses for the present condition of your eyes. enough, not containing more of the doctrines of internationalism. But on the whole Mr. McAdoo, by keeping out of public office since the armistice, has seemed to im prove his chances with the rank and file of the Democrats, while Mr. Palmer has been under fire right along. Governor Cox of Ohio is a serious contender but, Just now Mr.-McAdoo is in the lead. That is not an individual opinion. It is the concensus of the Democrats who are on tbe inside of things and who know what the leaders 01 allega tions are apt to do on the final count at San Francisco. Lowden Strength Growing. As for the Republican nomina tion, the strength of Governor Low den grows. His pronouncements on the League of Nations- are satis factory to the Lodge reservationist group and he brings moreover aa administrative ' reeerd in govern ment affairs in Illinois as well as an experience in congress "as an asset auguring harmoQr with the legislative branch of tbe govern ment as well as an efficiency pro gram in the executive end. Major General Wood has a splendid or ganization and has surprised even his admirers here by the way be has moved forward. But if the truth be told the disinterested leaders are afraid to name a soldier can didate. The way the fight on the bonus bill 'has fluctuated is an in dication of the uncertainty here as to what might happen to a soldier candidate and the opposition to uni versal military training which kill ed that measure in the house of representatives is another sign of the unexpected weakness of the sol dier element in our politics at the close of a big war. Today the situation is of course full ot uncertainties but today It looks like McAdoo for the Demo cratic nomination. Governor Low den tor tbe Republican, and Sen ator Johnson for tbe third party with the chances of Herbert Hoover being the Republican candidate still not an impossible contingency. His chances for the Democratic nomin ation are gone.. He has read him self out of that party by his atti tude toward the California pri maries. And he has failed to rouse Republican strength by his hesi tancy to declare himself a Repub lican. His advisers have hurt Her bert Hoover's chances, but he is probably at fault for listening to them. Lowden, McAdoo and John son are in the front rank today. Brandenburg Optical Parlors The Gateway to Perfect Vision" Z14.1.V16 Robinson Bldg. Rock Island, 111. Phone L 128 Hears a. m. to 5 p. m. Satarday to 8 p. m. Also by special appointment Strong Women St. Dc VaLsorrm Hon. TTT - . M and men toe "l -are just ai I strong and healthy at their blood. Vigor and health come with arood blood: Without good red blood a woman has a weak heart and poor nerves. j In the spring is the best time to ; take stock of one's condition. If the) blood is thin and watery, face pale or pimply, if one is tired and jistlrss, generally weak, a Spring j Tool: should be taken. Aa old- j fast oned herbal remedy that was mad hv fiMrlv vnrvhndv fin mm I agp a still safe and sane because it coat das ao alcohol or narcotic It is Bade of roots and herbs and eallcl Dr. Pierce'a Golden Medical Disc ivery. If druggists do not keep it in tablet form, send 60 cents for a-rial to Or. Pierce's Invalids' Bote! fa Buffalo. N. T. !LVE COLOR IN CHEEKS 'f: T fie Better Looking Take Olive Tablets skin is yellow yjtnplexion If vow am a veuai palBd- toogoc coated appetite poor- fyw bm and-taste in your mouth a mzy. no-good leenng you soouu UkeOhve Tablets. Dr. Edwards' Ofive Tablets- sub- titute lor calomel were prepared bv Dr. Edwards after 17 years of study. ; ArjbawarounveTabietsareapure wigi fairigfonpomidiniirdwithotaneoiL xouwuiknowLnem oy tnearoavecour. i Tonaveactoar, pink skin, bngbteyea. 5petnpJes, a feeling of buoyancy like lhood days you roust get at the cause. ; Dr. Edwards' Onv Tablets act on aver and bowels like calomel yet -2 ao dangerous after effects. They start the bile and overcome con ts MiUkoa of boxes are sold fratl(knd2Sc Take one or aadnautejlwiiiiwsiitta, aannnnnnnnannBannBnnnnn Weekly Prizes at KODAK Headquarters Each week we will give three prizes for the three best negatives developed in our finish ing department. First prize Best negative Three rolls film size of prize negative. Second prize 2nd Best Negative Two rolls film size of prize nega tive. Third prize 3rd Best Negative One roll film size of prize negative. Enlargements from prize winning negatives will be displayed in our window each week. The first winners will be displayed on Thursday, May 20. Each Thursday thereafter will be shown the winners of the preceding week. . WATCH FOR YOURS IX FILLED AND GOLD CASES. Solrex watches ..814.50 te 818.60 Hallmark watches 820.00 te 1123.00 Elfin watches. .835.00 to 8150.00 Waltbam Watches 825 to 8150.00 Howard watches .850 00 to 85.00 LMciaes watches 835.C0 to S126.0O t A Wrist Watch for the Girl AJOSEPHSON wrist watch of known reliabil ity and handsome propor tions will be sure to please her. Beside the standard round styles we show a great vari ety of shapes, square, cush ion, oblong, rectangular and other unusual shapes in dif ferent colors and engravings. Select a Watch now for Your Graduate A SELECTION m a-d e early will receive spe cial care in the matter of regulation and engraving. Each Josephson watch carries with it our fall guarantee of satisfaction, service and quality. n j IN GOLD FILLED CASES " I! With cold bracelet, 15 Jew. 818.00 If Octagonal, ribbon $22.50 Elgin, ribbon 122.00 I Hallmarks $25.00 to S35.00 g Silver sqoare . . . .825.00 to $50.00 E 14-KT. SOLID GOLD CASES II Elgin, ribbon 828.00 IK Hallmarks, .. ..835.00 to 850.00 P Others ot finer grade at from Fi $80.00 to 8700.00 nf TQiSEPHSGN.C 1i&nm (tmil Stun fia3S8 tens 3SJ5!i! 2&tsi8(! iiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiitiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiii The More Quality the Bigger the "Bargain 99 lb Greatest Silk Shirt Safe. In All Iowa Starts Today In connection with our campaign for lower prices we commence today, Thursday, the great est Silk Shirt Sale in our history. Included are the fin est La-Jerz Silks, Habitais, Broadcloths, Crepe-De-Chmes, Pussy-Willows. ' We don't believe there's a finer showing in aU Iowa; we know there's not at such a price. They're $15 and $18 qualities at ' $11.85 "You can always do better at the S. & L.w Gren knit Ties tlJtf Simoiv aa at 2svcL HcrriaoiviStV " LancL 1 Gren- l-.tt Some buyers, a very few, still think of a "bargain" as an article which is sold at a low price. In their haste to find lower prices they completely overlook quality. It has always been our belief that the majority of people want high grade merchandise the kind that proves a good investment by its lasting qualities. There fore, we buy accordingly and think of a "bargain" only as a suite or piece which is high grade all the way through. The result is a complete stock of good furniture and floor coverings. Upon in vestigation you will also find that the prices are not high, j DHffl Attractive Overstuffed Suites All of our suites have soft, restful pillow arms, well paddsd backs and removable spring cushions. Beneath the cushion is a solid spring foundation, so constructed that it can never sag. In other words they are of a quality we can recommend and guar antee. Upholstered in attractive tapestries and velours. Baby Carriages No dottbt you have heard that "Clem ann & Salzmann's have the prettiest line of baby carriages in the three cities." Tou will find when you visit our store that this is more than true. They are not only beautiful, but they are well made. New Linoleum Whether you need new linoleum for your home or if you plan to cover a kitchen, bedroom, hall or bathroom, yoa will want to see our display. It is a large one and tbe patterns are unusually attractive. Charming Reproductions in Period Bedroom Suites Tour bedroom will be a delight with a Queen Anne suite like the one pictured abor. If you desire William & Mary, Louis XVI, Four Poster or Bow End patterns, you will find any one in onr stock faithfully reproduced and finely finished. Our display is aow large and worthy of an early visit Rock Island