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"V" I'JUl-V.WTCZ CLAICT AHGUJ CI3TCI '., t ... iCtMi 'to n it Cae to tsjaf Hrt Heath. Ia. two hand red .teachers from pa&r will com to Bock: 4,11 to 16 to attend the 'JMto of Rock Island add venues, and Superintebd- Washburn:' Is seeking to accommodations lor thorn, jiring rooms toey desire to r tjiis purpose ran do to jwelBS tbe office of .Hock - county superintendent of Mr. Washburn. His tele i Rock Island 193. Undent Washburn todar te names of Instructors have been obtained to address . f-arlnf of teachers. ; . Thejr ' t. I. D. Slut, principal of Mo ' Vart school, Dayton, Ohio, 1 t charge of the high school , l iable and will deltyer lec- ( I : - Jjm Cleave to Leetirc --rjeor E. E. Van Clere of the Illinois Normal school at szlL will give a series of lec- fsa on tbe state course of study t oa school administration. Or. W. S. Monroe of tbe bureau adacational research of the Unl- aslty of Illinois, will instruct on ork of tbe bureau. Mrs. Sarah Hollister of Rock Is jad will instruct in primary work. .,C. E. Avis of Des Moines Will in fract In, drawing. : ' ,' W. 8. Campbell, superintendent t music In Peoria county schools, rill Instruct in music. XBSS FORECAST I FAILS; WEATHER ISAN SAYS 'FROST ! nttaI conT1on 1 1 - - - - - - " "?aN, . J - - I T W GALB&AfTH " HAY .1 no Eir7 VOLCA1TO ; OAXI3 dTO CXTO Therefore the ulnr f tkn Aaaa BMMntataa did not exclasle the aoasfbility of a volcano a peariix oa Moaat Plaasino. Cleveland, Sept. 30. F. W. Galbraith. Jr., of Cincinnati, was elected national commander of the American Legion at its seoaa I Nothwithstanding that his in Jt'al forecast of frost thss fall fa'l d f -fulfillment last night, when :he thermometer dropped to 38 de Tteee, the same low mark as on jr&lnesday morning, J. M. Sherier, irblter of tbe rain and snow in ibis ricinlty, today issues the same itiltimatum: "Fair tonight, with IhetTy frost 1 Lowest temperature Roma SeieattaU - say they suJ - kallesta ea waef nlessltlA created, oa Momnt Pisaniao, near flpeala. during the earthquakes which negaa beat. 7 aaa coeuneea until Sept. treasuring the teas of 5M lires. . Tongues of Same and smoke or dust 'were seen to be emitted from what is popularly supposed to have, been a new crater opened near the mooataia top. . Frank A. Pemtt. tbe Asaerleaal Tolcanatoglat. tor the, Carnegie Inv sUtation, who occupies a station at aft Vesuvius to observe its oper ations, has expressed to the Asao-1 dated Press the opinion that no new volcano has Ben formed, bnt that the earthquakes caused dis placements of subterranean strata, ! causiag a Assure in the earth's crust, and that gas escaping there from was mistaken by onlookers as 4tAe opening of a new crater. The phenomenon was not a new one. Mr. Perrett said the seismical in struments showed ja. towering of the earth level Jf ih earthquake district prerioosr to the tremors. -This bad been (observed on other occasions ' whenearthquakes : oc curred. - V :. - ... This view is shared by Senator Caplellini, a leading geologist who has been interviewed by the Mes sagero and who says there may have been an eruption of gas through a fissure on Mount Pisan lno and the supposed column of smoke above the mountain may have been caused by clouds of dust from falling earth. The tongue of flame, in Senator Caplellini's opinion, may possibly have been inflammable gas from" underground wells of oil. He said, however, that volcanoes can appear independently of the structure of the earth's crust and that tbe greatest catastrophes have, occur- . red from the appearance "of volca noes where nobody expected them. For example, the geologist con tinned. Mount Etna rises out of post-Pliocene strata while the vol canoes of the Andes mountains in South America sise from granite AIT the aews'mU t&e Ume The argne. , CUQAIL Madrid. Nearly profit Is being made by sugar .re finers . la Spain at , this moment, says the Libera L whirh Is con ducting a campaign 'against nigh prices. The' newspaper gives de tails showing that the leflaers here, by 7 an agreement among thenserres. flied the prfc. pay for the best to the grav Ubertad asks why the gewersc: J does not six the price for the p lie Instead of permitting the e k facturere and - their latermadiai to pocket the enormous diStry . osggw . - -. Madrid. Nearry J0 per centj L- . ' ......... 5f.; i?: ... about SF degrees. Friday fair and warmer." . The highest the mercury mounted , yesterday was to the 51 degrfc-. mark, tailing to 38 at 7 o'clock this morning. ' The waters of the Grand Falls of Labrador have excavated a chasm 30 miles long. i .' . . Keeping Fit BY DR. BAMUEL HAMILTON. Kill That Cold With GASCARA KJ QUININE FOR Colds, Congbs AND La Grippe It is because of the war thai the perfect' physical man has al at once become the idol of the You can make of yourself, eyer rather late in life, .almost anything yoi .like. You are not going fo get fit in en day, one month, or, perhaps, a year unless you take enougb outdoqr exercise L to keep the circulation going and practise " the athlete's first principle to keep the v system dean. ' He does not give his bod a chance to absorb poisons. He nr only takes his cold shower, after; excrcif but ne knows a cleansing of the intestin is important, and he takes occasionally good regulator and liver cleanser, su. as a dose of castor oil, or, what is myn better, a tiny pill made up of May-appl aloin and jalap, and sold by almost a drunrists in the. land as Dr. Pierce Pleasant Pellets. ' Keep the kidneys in good order alsr f Ivoid too much meat, alcohol or tea. ' Prink plenty of pure watei I weferably hot water, before meals, and drive the uric acid out of th ; rjrstem by taking "Anuric" (anti-uric-acid). This can be obtaine it almost any drug store. - Send a bottle of water to the chemist at Dr. Pierce's InTalid; t Botel, Buffalo, N. Y., and you will receive free medical advice as 1 1 irhether the kidneys are affected. When your kidneys get sluggis tad clog, you suffer from backache, sick-headaches, dizzy spells,, binges and pains of lumbago, rheumatism or gout; or sleep is d tobed two or three times a night. Take heed, before too late! G ttrie (anti-nric-acid), for it will put new life into your kidneys ai Tour entire system. Ask your nearest druggist for it or send D. I Pierce ten cents for trial package of Anuric" - - Neglected Cold3 are Dangerous Take no chances. Keep this standard remedy handy for the fliat anawa. Breaks bp a cold in 24 boars Relieves Grippe in 3 days Excellent for Headache Quinine in this form does not affect tbe head Caacaia. ia beat Tonic Laxative No Opiate in Hill's. ALL DRUGGISTS SELL IT I'' Picnics and Luncheons KOHRS Minced Ham, Meat Loaf of Jellied Loaf. - Delicious, perfectly ' blended meats with a flavor quite superior to similar meats. . ; Test the Taste . For baking use KOHRS famous CROWN lard. Hakes crusts crisp and biscuits light and flaky. v Any Kohrs product that you buy will be above ,the average in quality. Many housewives will order may on naise at the restaur rant but not make it at home. Why? 1QROBABLY because many still JL have the idea that mayonnaise ia lots of trouble to prepare! Or that they cannot make good mayonnaise or that it won't "keep." r None of these reasons! keeps the woman who known Mazola from making her own mayonnaise every week. . i i Mazola being an absolutely pure vegetable oil, blends the ingredients perfectly and imparts its own delicate fiavos, to the caressing which will beep for weeks without separating. Once you try Mazola you will prefer It to olive oil. It not only equals the finest imported olive oil, but costs about half the price , Mawla is served by leading hotels, clubs and dining cars throughout America V efl!af Has efsaes COsW PRODUCTS REFINING GOUT AN? H Tin IBaiii Sublimes 1 I - - ' ' ka. "" - todmv. CwnlVoslBCtt 161. XOAWsXf CiTpTa P. O. Bos C5 i Maa'sssBSBBsssfBasi 1 Ecu. ToOa on(v 1 Fwt of asaaaia 1 teMoooaoflfa 1 data of Oyeaas ar Km a MAYONNAISE . of Salt aBaSia "sTiil'iiss art T Add SLala drop 4mrttimmimtkbl ehndy. Aa torn m tea aataae liii fciai, add tea j iiiiajs of the little t Bm faaktiaii lntaili of tkailiada tJUl to be exBl weae Bmtad. Itaaaaapipr n utib Do aet ear it aa CyS yaaoMit:tasataaaBBdae yea aaad vast a iililiiv iia aad J.' Mail Orders Promptly and CarefuUy Filled. The Storoyor EvcxyboQy' Mailorders Promptly and Carefully Filled. 21 1 Did You Ever Stumble Over A Chair In The Dark? If you did, yoa will easily ap preciate the value of one of these Radium "starllte" Indicators. They are Just , a tiny glass bulb containing s bit of Radium, which r gives a permanent glow in the dark. . Attach them to your light cords Sn dark hallways and bedrooms. ' They will save many a black, and blue spot and they're only 25c each. Housewares Third loor. A Real Shine in a Minute And No Soiled Hands Now that the price of shines has gone to IS cents, many of us are "shining our own." The most dis agreable feature is the inevitable soiled hands. This KAXO outfit is one of the handiest little articles you ever saw. Ton get a real shine inside of a minute and not a spot on your hands. The polish is in a tube en closed in a metal case that slides on top of thebrush. KAXO Shoe Cream comqa in ablack, tan, mahog any and white. The outfit complete in any color costs only $1.25. Shoe Department First Floor. A Shopping Bag with An Air of Distinction. One that any woman would be proud to carry with her on her shopping trips downtown. Made of waterproof aligator and crepe seal leatherette in brown, dark blue and black. They are substantially '' lined with canvas and have heavy double carrying handles. Leather Goods First Floor. Dainty Carriage Boots To Cover Baby's Toes. Soft little eiderdown arctics that protect baby's feet from the nippy winter winds. They are of pink, blue or white eiderdown bound with ribbon, or of Dresden quilted silk Just the thing for a baby gift. Price $1.95. "Baby Shop" Second Floor. Looks Like Noah's Ark In "The Baby Shop." Johnny Giraffe in his new yellow suit and stiff stand-up collar; Peter Rabbit in starched pink rompers; Dolly Duck. Goosie Gan der, Old Gray Bear. Freddy Frog, The Pink Pig Family and Jocko, the Monk; All are here in the "Baby Shop." And it won't hurt if Baby chews Peter Rabbit's ear, because the colors are fast and washable. Pric ed from 80c to $2.95. ; "Baby Shop" Second Floor." Fancy Lace Hose $3.95 Fancy lace, drop stitch and lace-clocked hose of pure thread silk, full fash ioned with reinforced toes, soles and heels. Black, white, brown and silver. Special Friday and Saturday at $3.95. Thread Silk Hosiery $2.95 Women's all pure silk hose in black, white or . brown, full fashioned .and reinforced in toes, soles and heels. Very special at $2.95 Fiber and Silk Hose $1.65 Women's hose of fiber and silk with mock seams and t pressed feet, well reinforced. Colors of black, white and brown. Special per pair $1.65. First Floor. CWffonTaffeta $2.35 Yard We" offer you a choice of our standard quality of plain chiffon taffetas and messa lines in a complete range of the new fall shades in de mand for dresses and blouses A remarkable value at the Special price of $2.35. First Floor. Toilet Goods Listerine, 3 oz. bottle, 20c Lnxoa Vanishing Cream, 40c ' Lnxoa Cold Cream 40c Sanitol Tooth Powder...20c Blackrubber dressing combs, 9 inch with, coarse, and 5' fine teeth. Special -45c First Fleer. A Specially Featured Croup of the New Autumn Dresses $39.50 ONE Silk dress at least is a necessity in this fall's wardrobe. There is no dress more appropriate for the many informal afternoon and evening affairs that are so much a part of this season, ' And contrary to popular opinion, dresses of quality and distinction may be purchased at prices that are not extravagant Come in and see this special group at $39.50. Some Picked at Random . 1 A dress of rich brown 7.essaline has a draped skirt with wide girdle. The dress is trimmed . in self-covered buttons. Prije $39.50. One of navy blue charmeuse has the new straight lines. The skirt is trimmed with three tiers of accordian pleated ruffles and 'has a fancy ribbon belt. Price $39.50. A navy combination of georgette and satin has a fancy skirt with four pointed panels trim med with green beads over navy satin. The waist has a crushed girdle finished with narrow green ribbon. Neck and sleeves are bead trim med. Price $39.50. . Second Floor. Of Exceptional Interest A re These New Fall Blouses -$3.95 These attractive new Autumn blouses of georgette crepe were just received this week and are really most unusual values at this price. Women who have seen them don't hesitate to pick out at least one or two for wear this fall and winter. ' There are colors of navy, white and flesh, exquisitively trimmed with lace, embroidery, braid and fancy beading. All are in tuck-in styles Vith short or kimono sleeves; square, round or V neck and flat or roll collars. You must see them to appreciate their value at $3.S5. Second Floor. Li. . A Newly Arrived Group of Smart Plaid Skirts $14.75 There is seemingly no end to the delight fully varied ways of plaids, checks and pleats in these skirts. This group is a special pur chase which was just unpacked and the skirts represent much greater values than the price indicates. There are side pleats, cluster pleats, panels and box pleats in a wonderful array of blue, brown, tan and black plaids and checks. One of blue and black plaid has a panel of box pleats in front and clusters of knife pleats around sides. Fancy set-in pockets are button trimmed; Price $14.75. Another of brown, green and blue plaid velour in knife pleated and has wide belt. Price $14.75. Second Floor. New All Wool Poplins $2.95 Yard Among the most desired material for fall suits and dresses are all wool poplins in the new Autumn sh ides. This fine quality all wool pop lin, 42 inches wide in a complete ra lge of colors. Very specially priced per yard, $2.95. . French Serge $2.65 yd. Superior all wool French serge in a beautiful shade of Holland blue. Full 48 inches wide. Desirable for Fall suits and dresses. Special at $2.65. De Beige Suiting $1.95 yd! All wool DeBeige suiting, 42 inches wide, in gray checks of dark and me dium shades. Unexcelled for hard wear. Specially priced at $1.95. Printed Wool Challis $1.35 yd. Dainty patterns in printed wool challis, 27 inches wide, suitable for waists and children's dresses. There are colors of navy, copen, alice blue, and grays, with small figured designs. Also cream colored grounds with fig ures and dots. Priced at $135. Tricotine $3.95 yd. Navy and black tricotine, both high in favor for Autumn suits and dresses. An excellent quality, all wool, 46 inches wide. Very specially priced at $3.95. All Wool Flannels $1.95 yd. All wool twill flannels, 27 inches wide, for middy blouses. In shades of navy, tan, golf-red, taupe, light blue, turquoise and old rose. Special $1.95. - Rich Velour Coating $5.95 A beautiful soft velour coating, full 54 inches wide.- Light in weight, yet with ample warmth for a Fall coat or suit There are the new shades of -. African brown, navy, Holland blue, gendarme blue, and reindeer. Priced ' per yard at $5.95. Firs Fleer. M The Ncw All Th Ti Arsiu -.1 . V'