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.1 sr.ieioLTo PEC?lE-.11YCn gekrhcr, la AMren at teauaaaltr Flay Day m Gravida, Hlits at .fwaalir Beetle. It was a red letter dajr for Lin coln park yesterday when' fully COO residents of the blut district held an old fasMoned picnic and' outing there as a fittlnr close of the play ground season. Visitors, especially those who frankly confessed they were not aware that, each a reserve existed before: were heartily wel comed for one of the main pur poses of the community play day, as the event was christened, was to popularize the strip of woodland lying between Thirty-eighth and Forty-first streets and Eighth and Eleventh avenues that has been a public park for the last eight years. Lincoln park community believes It will some day blossom out into Bock Island's most popular park and picnic grounds, its location with a view .overlooking the entire Mississippi' valley, making it Ideal for such, a purpose. That the future of the park lies entirely with the people of Rock Is land, is. the view held by Mayor Harry M. Schriver. who made a brief 'but effective talk upon the subject at the gathering yesterday. Vote on Project! "If the park is sold for a college campus, it will be the Rock Island people who sell it," the . mayor stated. "In my opinion it is a ques tion for the people themselves to ' decide as fully a third of the funds raised to purchase the site, eight years ago, were obtained by popu lar subscription, the rest being taken from the city treasury. "We want to keep Augustana col lege in Rock Island if we possibly can. We also want playgrounds for our boys and girls. It's a bard question to decide." Mayor Schriver In his - address yesterday virtually promised that the much desired improvements would be made, especially the proj ect ot coverting the stagnant pond at the south of the park into a swimming pool. The mayor arrived at the park somewhat earlier than hm cApviieu Lur mv eAires pur pose of looking over the grounds in which, he confessed with regret, Be naa never previously set foot. Among other things the park needs driveways, lights, benches and lauies Deiore u is capame 01 ac commodating a large number of picnickers. Lack of funds was given as the principal reason tor the long delay in installing such improvements, the mayor stating that at present it was necessary for the city to curtail all public ex penditures. Children Dance. The afternoon's program opened wti frvf Of tod y rt.i T. i. tJt sad .re. Oar &vo hmmm. Fdaacee csduoUd by Mis gaafala, pa pkfjeaaa aa Pert, fonowedT Ue pajtlctpairu decked oat In novel little clown nju making tae event eves more effective. V.f.-i.-. Then came a Idbg program of athletic events in waica yovag and old participated. ; The two tagt-of-war betw.sn the ail meb's and all women's team were the features of the athletic program. In addition to the regular events the tennis courts, swings, sand piles and play grounds were thrown open for all to enjoy. ' - -. .. Some ot the work accomplished By the older girls daring the in struction hour at the playgrounds was placed on exhibition at the comfort house, Thero was an ex tensive display of embroidered and hemstitched , handkerchiefs and aprons, dolly ' hammocks and a menagerie of movable and novfellyj decorated animals, the latter cut out by the younger children In ad vanced kindergarten work. Basket Loach. The crowning event of the day, however, was the basket picnic served on the hastily erected benches . and tables about the grounds. The latter were secured chiefly through the efforts of Mrs. W. H. Marshall, chairman of the playground system. Mrs. J. P. BladeL chairman of the Lincoln Park playground committee, with her core ot helpers including Mrs. Edward Nance, Mrs. Swingle and Mrs. Alger T. Anker, deserve much credit for the success of the play day. Mrs. C. C. Detwller, recently elected conmnnitv nmnizar. w&a instrumental In awnrin thu nriwa! awarded winners of the ' various contests and presided over the dis pensing of ice cream and confec tions at the comfort bouse booth. So successful was the play day fro, .awarr fet fiat at dsrlJad t snake tWevwat at toast a awtaly alalr aatQ caM arouMts taa atxonaal 1 lowing is the Bat of wtaaars la the athletic events aad Um aaxoes ot merchants who cooperated by fmralahhsg 'igm. J? " eesBxeaaltr a allies to tHaak taees ssaRkaiBts aad liayor rrsr far ifcafr aart la aktet taa - M isciusas vhlea ft was. " The winners: ':' -V Sack raee Arthur 8chtterr Tar lagged race Bernard wxtt aad loaard CaaOa. ' ' Vf 'fci tor, soya mader t ray ran task far girls aadcr x: - Fifty yard dash for U yeare Mrm. R. Undatrosa. On bvadred yard dash for mea over 21 Leo Clark. I Jag-of-war tor mea Roy Lar- nv!.""11 M ' Tag5P war for ' women-Mrs. Haghes. J Jean Claasaoa'a teat. - Cocoanut Oil Fine For Washing Hair Cleans at -"W Bath Tubs no laborious rubbing Sparkle! sparkle of gleaming white, sparkle of flashing silver the sparkle of newness. But a can of Sbl-nop aad ahtna apt Shinup If you want to keep your hair In good condition, be careful what you wash it with. Most soaps and prepared sham poos contain too much alkali. This dries the scalp, makes the hair brit tle, and is very harmful. Mulsified cocoanut oil shampoo, (which is pure and entirely greaseless), is much better than anything else you can use for shampooing, as this can't possibly Injure the hair. Simpiy-' moisten your hair with water and rub it in. One or two teaspoonfuls will make an abun dance of rich, creamy lather, and cleanses the hair and scalp thor oughly. The lather rinses out eas ily, and removes every particle of dust, dirt, dandruff and excessive oil. The hair dries quickly and evenly, and it leaves it fine and silky, bright, fluffy and easy to manage. You can get Mulsified cocoanut oil shampoo at most any drug store. It is very cheap, and a few ounces Is enough to last everyone in the family for months. (Adv.) With Gravies and Meats RHEUMATISM IllillJlll IMS YOU FOREVER thwp 'feafej Crie AM pMMMits Am DW wind aad the ahsamatia t-olsoa Start Ua the Hnlxa Wlthia Tweljr-(oaf uourt. ErprT drarrlfft in thia mmim im an thonsMl to sar to wrery rheumatic snflerar that if two bottle of Allenrtro. toe eure ronquerer of rheumatism, dors not atop II won;, reduce swollen ioints and do w with even the aUshteat twines ol rheumatic pain, he will fladlr return your none? withoat comment. Allenrhn haa been tried and teated tor feara. and really marreloua reaulta have ten accomplished in the moat eevere came where the aulTerinf and afonr waa intense and piteous and where the patient was Mpleas. Mr. James H. Allen, the discorerer ot Allenrhu. who for many years suffered the kmnrnls of cute rheumatism, desires all HlfTrrera to know that he does not want a tent of anyone's money unless Abrnrhu oe tirtrely conquers this worst of all Otseases. and he haa Instructed Rieas' Pruf Store to ruarantee it in every Instance. . The Best Macaroni Boils lender in 5 Minutes TERRIBLE TASTE REMOVED FROM CASTOR OIL Sew Process Robs Old Reliable Family Remedy oLDisagreeable Taste. p SLOW DEATH Aches, pains, twrvooaness, diffi culty in artnatins. often mean enoas diawdara, Tba world's nandard remedy lor kidney, liver, "taWeraad nricadi tttwblea The chemists of Spencer Kellogg & Sons, lnc one of the largest manufacturers of castor oil in the world, have perfected a remarkable process by which . all nauseating tnatA is removed from castor. . In the oDinion of physicians and drug' srists who are already familiar with Kellogg s Tasteless uaswr uu, irns remarkable Imorovement is a real blessing. It's the same old-fash ioned castor oil that every Physi cian prescribes.- It's 100 per cent pure castor oil. But tnat nauseat ing taste hasv been eliminated. Strength and; parity - remain me same. Today you can take Kel loKtr's Tasteless Castor Oil easily. Children take It without coaxing or bribing. Do not accept substitutes. Sold by all good druggists. If you want a castor oil., absolutely with out nauseating taste. Insist on gen nine laboratory filled bottles, plain ly labelled Kellogfs Tasteless Cas tor OIL Three sixes, 15c, SSc and 66c. (Adv.) i ftaf qtrici tVaWand often ward off leedlyrtiisisii XtMWBMtlMDatiooal emedy of HoBm fat mora tbsm KM Don't Forget Your Discount - Mil?" aaJ WI alls you sassaniD at 10c per M. Cm. W an your laroios for vaa. sad He see I. W. H- for alee trieity. If paid wlthia if days froej taa data aa fwar atbsi yomaaii aa norLxs FOWBK CO. Girls aad swys race froat t to U yeara- ttmmr lbwattav. ' ' Donors ef prtsea: L. & ItoCabo and Ctu Moawafttdir aad 8oa, Naacv Prtathag tX. Braat Coe, B Wflaer Second Band 8tora, H. W. Peteraoa Bakery. OajsMia aad Ai daraoa Qrooary. Qavmaga) ajtal Aaaei. oa ICsaf, r-i, Wv I Uuaauy, . li wt,i.x: tJ 8tac. IJ'Ucu Orcsaa fsckrtver Grocary, IN ROGC KUKD--iT YOUTU; -l&'l2d00O2S--THR "BIG1 STOalE" -AND NOW -OOW&JSi MWMtE ' . SHOWIIMG -MD -SALE OF THE FALL i MlLLINElll Here are the coming-season's most becoming hats. Designed and fashioned with discriminating taste, these hats possess cleverness of style as well as quality of materials so much desired by well dressed women. '.Styles for every "type" every occasion; and all adapted for immediate wear. Hats of velvet, hats of satin, hats of duvetyn, hats of material combinations. The newest hatis for autumn modish moderately priced. 2 Assortments Are of Particular Interest Here's asgToup of about 30 hats priced quite moderately, duvetyn and combinations of duvetyn with satin and taffeta. suit shades are included in soft brim and off-the-face shapes. Hats of velvet, All the popular Choice of this lot ... . .7 .50 One group is priced at ten dollars. Hats of silk duvetyn, panne velvet, Lyons velvet and combinations of fabrics. Colors include , copper, taupe, nist, orange, henna, navy, copen, combination colorings and the entire range of warm fur Drowns. Hand embroidery, chenille work, me tallic braids and cords vary the modes of trimming.. Bi t1 A f A selection of about 25 hats at nit rs. tn i JM B a 8TT TOESe 1 THE ANNUAL AUGUST SALES NOW IN PROGRESS .&UGUST SALE OF FUR Our August Fur Sale offers many opportunities for the exercise of a money-saving policy. Pre-season selling helps to reduce the costly overhead of idle sales periods in sum mer. This saving is passed along to our customers in lower prices that will be out of the question this coming winter. : K ' " . That is putting the fact plainly but why shouldn't you know the truth? Those who fail to buy furs now are sure to pay more for them next winter, for higher prices on furs are inevitable. Practical economy should prompt you to anticipate your winter needs and buy furs at summer prices. : ; . . u Srats, Coat FOR FALL AND WINTER We are now showing the" dominating style influences for fall wear which are thoroughly represented in this comprehen sive display. The colorintrs and fahrics aAA to the diversity and exclusiveness of the style devel opments in every model shown. v.. - These new, arrivals are now awaiting . ; your approval and nraise whiVri vnii Trill ' unhemtatinriy shower upon them. Num-i erous models make up the showing, each ' one marked with a tempting price. APPAREL , SECTIONS f 2ND FLOOR -- ' y .JU-- a , -: VM -4.1 t W ! 11 B li II I . - v i i ii a i a. i j . l . f jf i j v ., i o;tni!B(j,!iai; ii'!!! :u " ii it Ipiaes . 1 I i ifetM; ,V , 1 wflfP 'pua COATS, FUR CAPES, FUR SETS rTr1" atr- aaaaaaf a r m ' g " . m USEE i w ,4 ' 4T. a'itm I 'W4 .soxi- KM A it, .'. .1 BtgbaXaVjTT T " " J Uaraa iSBea.