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1 I at' iV eat ui tie w kit it tat no sou as tkt ct ielr' lalt ' Mt OS act J. '9t nor tot US tiu-r lag oil ly his off the ta- IB its'. rtr ':' , u tad M. lag 1H' at-V ax. for, dav I7 at u -, oat rfyt ad, 1" JM- . A: di to?' ror '' n- gh V. to-1 g.! 1 19201L Sate iiiHlS OF I CO. P. ARE - BERCED I jftgtjnued from Ptgs On.) CHILD LIFE IN THE HOME areaf Hoover oui uu wn. . i ..lifnrnla can furnish In- BT ML IAMBS L V&NCK, (Fotunfer f later-Cborch World Movenenl and Chatmait Federal Council ol Churches of Amtrio.1 Child-life la fre.. than it used to be. It it too free? Wfl hear much of allowing personality to develop untrammelled. By this it is usu ally meant, that anytb" like a serious .effort on the part of the parents to control their children is both unscientific and unethical. The result is a generation restive of any kind of restraint, deciding moral issues according to the whim of the moment, and respecting law only when it haiens not to inter fere with personal liberty. . Is it to be wondered at that we have outbreaks of lawlessness? They are effects produced by an adequate cause, .rhey hark back to a con dition of anarchy in the home. If people are not taught obedience in childhood, they are not likely to acquire it later in life. If respect about the expenditures nTd..m in California, are think- m Variously of I slating that the 5L, Calif oro la primary be aired 3Ei the senate comnUttee. ""Krtt Eilm taJealatioBa. v ma the first the peculiar power iith Hiram Johnson has held InTus colleagues in the senate CTbeen attributed partly to the rl, 0f bit personality and his wiitr to pound out his thoughts in 7tate with biting effectiveness and irtly to the fear that if Johnson tiot continuously placated, he knit the convention at Chicago , tending Bepublican hopes for vic-iThe3r are not accidental ttinty to the uncomfortable stages -Treal doubt No matter what the Democrats have thought, the Re ioDlicsos have right along sin Jerely believed they had an easy ittory neiore w . """J"""; for authority is not ingrained dur- no telling hat the progressives dipoilition hag nardened ltself niontent and murmurs are l new impressions - rfstTekhovfearmthe rof i parents ,s ierelast week over me irammg 01 . . poor school in which to educa tie KepuD ican P'auorm. " "T; rkr,VT C Hm brougnt me resuus 01 weens - ind weeks of research to the vet- worth much to society. To make Iran politicians on Capitol hill, I gd .citizens, you must tart with thinking they would of course ac- i babies. cept the report as a basis for rec- J It is not more people the world ommendations. The report was to : needs, but people who can prac Bire been made public by this time. I tice self-control and t: :at their But wmething has delayed it. And . neighbors decently. If this kind of Kverett Colby, militant Progressive population is produced, mother- 1. ., 1 DTTnlMCM , , vised. Instead of "Honor thy fa ther and thy mother that thy days may be long upon the land which the Lord thy God giveth thee," it is "Parents, be careful not to cross your children, lest they make it hot for you, when their vrcth is kindled but a little." No one is fit to rule who has not I learned to obey; A home in which a educate the future citizens of this nation. from New Jersey, is out with a ttatement that the old guard is really pigeon-holing the big volume of reports compiled by the commit tee of platform and policies. In itesd of making "recommendations," the elder statesmen on Capitol hill sre reported to have said that they lid not feel they should dictate to' the committee on resolutions of the Republican national convention but that tney would present the reports of the advisory committee appoint ed by Will Hays as "information." Of course, it is too.eariy to aay what the Chicago convention will to with the advisory committee's work. It may adopt the whole thing. But Just now some of those who worked on the advisory com Bittee feel that they have been rudely relegated to the ranks and that old guard rule still prevails. Politically speaking there is indeed a danger in publishing anything in advance of the conventions that Bight appear to commit the party because it might later be sized upon tjr a rival political party as a basis tor criticism. It the platrm omit ted anything that the advisory com mittee recommended, the Demo cratic orators would not hesitate to point the finger ot inconsistency at the Republicans. Not Easy for Democrats. , But while the Republicans are taring their troubles, something analogous to "old guard" rule Is going on in the Democratic ranks. Democratic leaders are insisting privately that if Mr. Wilson insists on an unqualified endorsement of the covenant, he will wreck the Democratic party and its chances for victory. Here and there in nrgency is cropping out, especial ly in connection with the demand of eastern Democrats for a damp platform and the insistence of the western Democrats that they couldn't hope to carry the west un . less tbey eliminated prohibition as an Issue. Neither Republicans nor Democrats are very happy over the immediate future" They will all be immensely relieved when the two conventions are adjourned f in detd there be only two conventions. NEW TASTELESS CASTOROILBOTTLED IN THE LABORATORY Hew Tasteless Castor On Sold Only in Bottled Labelled Kellggs Tasteless Castor Oil. Kellogg's Tasteless Castor Oil is bottled in the laboratories of Spen eer Kellogg & sons. Inc. Insist on Kellogg Tasteless Castor Cil. lab oratory bottled with directions on the label. If vnn .., . -ll.. T " cwtor oil. It's the same good -uumanea castor oil that doctors prescribe, with the disagreeable ae removed. Put up in airtight ?ies, properly labelled, Kellogg's lasteless Castor Oil comes to you flk " the strength and purity tne good old family remedy. But " nauseating taste has been ab ftelv removed. Think what a lhM .thls 18 t0 mothers and the to, lolk8! No coaling nor brib--jf; Ten grown-ups will appre t,?i 8 new form f the good old ?. y "medy. You can now get aenogg a Tasteless Castor Oif in o sues, 35c and 65c. At all good -ggUU.-Adv. hood must take a hand in training up the child in the way it should j go. Parental responsibility has be come a joke. Parents have little' control over their children today. It is not parental authority, but parental servility, that is found in many a home. Sinai has t-.-zn re- FOR SALE Weaver Player Piano. Price $300, cash or payments. 3. M. Jones, 1609 2d Av FOR SALE "National" combination coal and gas range. Brand new. Retail price $135. Will sell at coat price, $85. B. M. Jones, 1609 2d Ay "i. ' : -S-v -iS- "ik 1 ujiaiii -jT5 '"HW3 j-J kmott tang ' ll . 1 -' McCak Jubilee Sale Every Customer Satisfied Is Our Daily Slogan ii on Great umiee Editorial We are pleased to notice the interest that has been takeu in our Jubilee Sale from the very start, and different from most sales of this kind instead of spending its force after the rst few days, the interest and enthusiasm has been on the increase. In the face of all the hysteria advertising that has filled the pa pers of late, it is shown conclusively to us that our customers are awake to the situation. That nothing has appeared in our advertisements that would mislead or misrepresent, and un derstanding conditions as we do we are free to state to our customers we do not expect goods to be lower for fall except in a very few instances and the opportunity this store offers in our Jubilee Sale is worthy of the success it is having. Friday Will Be A Very Important Day We are quite reluctant in naming a day for the closing of this most exceptional value giving sale until we are reasonably sure that all our customers have bought their fill. Certain it is that those who do not buy very soon will regret not. having taken ad vantage of the opportunity to save. UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE A happy halt for a cooling treat -sparkling LemonCruhl Delicate flavor relief from thirst with snap and tartness that braces and freshens like the morning breeze. Made by the exclusive Ward process from fruit oil pressed from freshlypicked lemons, pure sugar and citric add (the nato rafacid of the lemon). Lemon-Crush and to companion; drink, Orange-Crush, are always da pcniabl for highest quality, nuritv and dtlk.CHimrss. 20 Deduction ON NEW MERCHANDISE AS WELL AS MERCHANDISE REDUCED PREVIOUS TO JUBILEE SALE Contract goods excepted. Better buy now for no telling when such a chance v.Till again be olf ered tri-city shoppers. Linen Dusters Summer Frocks Reduced 20 Verv essential to the autoist and tour ist. The hot, dusty days soon to come will make you. wish you had taken ad vantage of this early sale. These have just arrived. Colors, green, grey, steel and tan. Now 20 per cent off. Diamond Rings "The Gift of Gifts" Surely this is the ideal time to buy diamonds, for its seldom you can buy them at 20 pe.- cent deduc tion. We have an especially large stock ot select di amonds, every stone a gem. Buy now at this Jubilee bale and save 20 per cent. ETXG M0OTD!GS in platinum, white, green and English gold. Regular prices are 5.00 to 75.00. Buy i Z1) per cent deduction. BRACELET WATCHES with American or Swiss movements, cased in platinum, green, white and Eng lish gold, either plain or engraved. All new at tractive shapes. Prices, 13.50 to 75.00, less 20 per cent. GOLD and GOLD FILLED LAVALLIERES, jeweled with imitation and precious stones. Ordinarily 2.00 to 50.00, now 20 per cent less. D INKER BUGS with all tha birthday jewels, such as: . Pearls, Turquoise, Garnets, Opals, Sapphires, Emeralds. Rubies and Amethysts, mounted in plat inum, green, whitt and English gold, reduced 20 per cent. , ROSART, with gold, gold filled and sterling chains and crucifix, beaded or amethysts, pearl, topaz, opal, sapphires, jet, etc. Prices Iwia to 10.00 each. Now I educed 20 per cent LOCKET ROSARIES are very popular. We have t fine selection ot thes in gold, gold filled and sterling with Rosary to match. Prices 4.50 to 7.50. Now selling at 20 per cent deducUon. BEAD and MESH BAGS in wonderful new creations. Choose now Iron, the entire stock priced at 5.00 to 75.00, less 20 per cent. BRACELETS in gold, gold filled or sterling silver. Many jeweled and a great many in the new shell and jade now so much in vogue. Price 65c to 25.00, less 20 per ce&L Organdie, georgette, dotted swiss, voile and linen in combina tions in white, pimc, orchid, rose, banana, blue (figured patterns in light and darn shades. This is a good time for the June bride to make ready her wardrobe of white and colored dresses. Every late fashion is represented in these beautiful sheer fabrics. Pretty, dainty, airy styles most desirable for summer days. Fine plaitmgs and tucks and ruffles were never so profusely used to ac centuate women's and misses' dress modes. Basque effects are very pretty for the young girl. Short kimOna sleeves are very pop ular. Round necks witn snawl collars drop to the waist line, neck of bodice is square and the vest effect is especially good. Prices range from 9.b5 to 65.00 now selling at 20 deduction. A new shipment of misses' and children's dresses in organdy and voile in blue, pink, yellow, green, white and flowered pacterns made with ruffle and tucked SKirts and some with drapes, lace and insertion trimmed. Prices 4.98 to 19.75. Less 20. We have a fine selection of French and Scottish ginghams in small sizes, also a few large sizes and cheaper ginghams with prices and sizes to suit everyone. Odds and ends of rompers and creepers. Regular values 1.38 marked at 1.25 and discount makes them 1.00. Several lots of children's dresses, sizes from 2 to 6 years, all marked down to 1.98, 2.19, 2.38, 2.50 and 3.38 and 20 discount taken off of marked down prices. . BOY SCOUTS ATTENTION! Complete outfits for Boy Scouts just unpacked. Supply your wants now for Decoration aay. The shipment includes : Coats, shirts, breeches, spiral puttees, leggins, belts, stockings and haversacks. Boys' Department 3rd Ave. Store McCabc's 1870 ROCK ULAN TX ILU HUW. C ' Tggo DR. VU COFFEE rally TmUag Many Caws ot Kr SIM rallias Hcht. Croat-Crea, Daafwas, Lata ar Hearing, in bottles or at fountaiut t Onaaa Praia Co I Bottled In Reck Island by COCA COLA BOTTLING WORKS Third Ave. and Twentr-fifUi St. Fkone B, L 188. z r-7 r iuu i ... UNION CAST ctvyvtt? m nnif c ARE WATER-PROOF Made in Rock Island: aaa Catarrh. Dr. W. O. OoSea, Ilia ocnlirt and anrtet, Irotca ererj person suflenng with any di ii or weakness ot the eyes, iailinf urbt. partial blindness, granulated lids, ore eyes, ulcers, scums, crowta, weak wstery eyes, painful eyes, biiurinc of the siebt, deafness, loss of beariiis. head noises or ulcers of the ears, especiaily where one ear is retting bad and tha other lost startur. catarrh of the nose. head, throat and system, diseased tonsils, diseased tur binated bones, to see him. He straightens cross -eyes without chloroform or ether and the patient goes home without trouble, lie has straishlened over I .OOO cases. lie remOTee adenoids without chloroform or ether and without serious hemorrhage. He treated over 2.000 cases of adenoioe. He esys most diseased tonsils esn be treated without removing them, also dis eased turbinated bones. Te has treated eye. ear. nose and throat diseases for over ST years over 20.000 cases treated. He say this Tast experience, often makes it possible tor him to succeed in curing cases where doctors of Jess experience would fail. He says every case oi catarrh should be curable but you must treat it through the system and blood as well ae tha nose and throat. Among the noted esses he baa treated are: John Under tenger. Sr. wse growing blind in both eyes with cataracts; sight was restored. Charles Roberts was completely blind from tinsmmslion and ulcers ot the eyes and a bad operatioa. sight restored normal. 1'raak Van Sattan suOered for 20 yen lrom inflammation and ulcers of the eyes, gradually became so bund bad to be led; sight restored. Dr. Cohee straightened rred Adaintou's eyes 24 years ago and straightened his son s eyes last year. Chns Labi was born with both eyes crossed. Vnen he was 33 years old Dr. CoHee straightened his eyes at one treatment. Mrs. Evelyn Smith had a very large goitre lor 1ft years, doctors said an operation was the only tra latent. Dr. Coflee cured her completely. Csri Nelson suflered with catarrh for 20 rears, became totauy deaf in on ear: Dr. Co See restored his bear ing, cured tha catarrh. John Brown was so deaf be could not hear the street car bell or automobile horns: Dr. Coflee re stored his hearing. Mrs. Che. Yes suf fered with catarrh and asthma: had not been able to lay dowa and aieep at night for a year: Dr. Cohee cured her. Dr. Cone la respoaable BnaoaaUy and prefasaoaaUr. Ha tails the patient tha truth as be em it. Ii you saner and wish to anew the exact condition get bis etnaaoa. He telle the patient the truth a ha sass it. He is la his oSce in the first Kstinasl Bank building. Davenport, Iowa, svery Saturday. Monday. Tuesday aud Wednesday, tress 9 a. m. to 3:30 p. as. For further Imformelwa trisphona taaa port 7SM. 1 Let's Go! Moonlight Excursion 1 THURSDAY, MAY 27 !! Given under auspices 1 I.O.O.F.,608 1 Dancing Rialto Orchestra H Tickets 60c Boat leaves Rock Island 8 : 1 5 p. m. llllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllH AN EXCEPTIONS BUSINESS OPENING THIS OPPORTUNITY WILL INTEREST ANY PARTY DESIROUS OF GETTING INTO ONE OF THE MOST ATTRACTIVE AND PRO GRESSIVE BUSINESS ENTERPRISES IN THE AUTOMOBILE INDUSTRY. The company offering the proposition hare a national reputation of rears standing as manufacturers of high grade merchandise. They are seeking a distributor for Rock Island, the chief require ment being a man with large personal acquaintance, honest and a hustler after business. Can be readily established with $4,000 capital and would fit either a business man with sales ability or make a good opening for a clean cut young chap backed and guided by some older man or relatives. Preliminary negotiations bj Utter only. : OPPORTUNITY, Care of The Argus TRY PEACOCK SOLUTION FOR PYORRHEA After you're used your far orlte dentifrice, use PEA COCK SOLUTION on tbe brush, and as a gargle. It will help to harden the ; gums, stop Pyorrhea ana other moutk affections. PEACOCK SOLUTION IS THE UNIVEH3A1. ANTISEPTIC. For Daadruff It stops scaling and itchlag wltiout drying t!t hair o' hurting the scalp. BENGSTON'S 2nd Ave. and lth St, Itork Island ill lith Street, Moline Mfg. by FFAU CHEMICAL CO. l Rock Island .111. . fOc t $1 bottles All The News All The Time The Argus WHY WAIT LONGER? 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