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o.o.p.nnLLY -tiata Graham ni Ma4, 1 Charlta J. Swim Trta of jaan"nBBnae am to be delivered !a L- Tull next Friday night by jrtiiir" W. J. Graham of thti Se Congressman Martin B. JLin, Chicago, representing- the Viiiitrict. antf Charles J. St Republican nominee for toitc will marie the- open- ZTjt Ike Republican campaign in gj www fiMDun Graham Is tcfcd JT reach Rock IaUnd tomor 7 afternoon and in the Will buuich uiuuci tnthe eirenk wrt wm tatki court bona FrMar tttanm to dlscsas eaaipalgs atattare. Coa- IMWU MiMWi who will arrive rrMBT afternoon at J: 10. will also attend tk nseetiag., Mr. Madden ia chairman of tb foreign relations cotnauttee in ma noase. Chairman lohn T. Campbell -of the county committee and his as sistants will be busy from now until the close of the campaign. A large number of meetings to be ad dressed by? Congressman Graham and other leaden will be scheduled throughout the district MOTOR TRUCK IN ' ; ALLEY DI3TURE3 , TTPPT.tnyg CT.tT?P 0g of the Elks to be held at Sate temple at 6:45 o'clock. widay night he will address a i Leering at Port Byron, and after ktasddress at the big rally of-Fri- Jtgt algal, D0 win icstv muiiiu jJJJ, for conferences with, COnStit- tll WDU WJ UCBIB W BCQ UltM. jesnwing to his home in A led Mirdty evening he will come to lock Island on Tuesday, Oct. 81, as In li to address a meeting in East gotta that night It is his Inten tion to spend all of his time until tta election in this 'district and nit, and will spealr for the Re- ablican ticket in many localities, Congressman Graham, who left m hii speaking tour Saturday., ad- jresttd a meeting at Lawrenceville list Bight ana speaKs at aaiem to- sight Tb Republican county commit In will meet with the congressman (DGfiI!3GlHJSE CALLS FOKOPS Utter Perthes and gtrac Several Hemes ia Hill Districts One is s Corrected. Premature Hallowe'en pranks by a band of boys whom neighbors characterise as vandals and ruf fians brought one lad to grief last night and brought police attention to bear on their malictona antics. s The vicinity' of Fortieth and Fifteenth aveaae hat been scene of their activities for .several nights past, aad residents of that Ifaut ,ofi town an in anas against the gang. The anieance of Sgatast windows, stones aad sticks east onto porches aad garbage pails overturned, none times upon porches, hare i been perpetrated frequently of recent nights, and the band of aitcalcvoas boy is blamed for the work. - sfeeeVfeavfog throws? rocks at the' Pike m theheme, together with a number of otter yoaSg lads aged from 10 to 11. v Police will watch this vicinity mora closely daring coming nights One of the boys, whose name po lice did not . take, was captured by Thomas B. Pike. 3122 Fifteenth ave nue, last night and given over into nis mowers , custody after qaes tioning and a lecture. He admitted for renewed activities of the boys. They ran about from shortly after dark until nearly 10 o'clock. an hoar when many of the "residents have retired, and their "attacks" are frequently rewarded by fright on the part of their vfcttats. partic ularly women left at aoaa by hus bands who work at hifiht'" . ..i...- ' . , . , ZL m STgJtTBOETS ewrtri alii las eaaaV ad ad par . . i . ttZX TttZZTZ FACIEI. New .York, Oct 24. B. L Sella ger. JrgessraT'imasager of V f Midland PaekiSg' cotnpsay, snd. I IsdictSMBt Is Sosta Dakota for iM Inject mails to defrssd, van ise'y o. H.teo nan. Angela that watch ' over the downfallen prevented a motor truck loaded with a heavy piano from pssaing over the prostrate form of M. L. Starr, in an alley near Fifth avenne and between Second and Third streets, last night at about midnight y Starr, with an empty whisky not tie beside him, said he thought he had picked out a comfortable barn in which to go to aleep. He made a alight - mistake, however, and picked the very center of the alley as his couch. The track came along and stopped within a-4oot of the prostrate form when the driver spied the sleeper. .Backing out noiselessly so as not to disturb him, the truckman met Officer! urvuie Bragg, woo geaiiy awak ened Starr and took him to a hos pitable bunk in the city Jail. Search of Starr brought to light the sum of $8.05 and one safety pin, sole contents of his pockets.' He was booked on charge of drunken ness and fined $3 and costs. SAY "BAYER" when you buy , Aspirin A"., the news all Argus. the 1Wa Unless you see the name "Bayer" on package or on tablets you are not getting the genuine Bayer pro duct prescribed by physicians over twenty-two years and proved safe by millions for' colds, headache, toothache, earache, neuralgia, lum bago; rheumatism, neuritis, and for pain in general. Accept only "Bay er" package which contains proper directions. Handy boxes of twelve tablets cost a tew cents. Dragglsts also aell bottles of 24 and 100. As pirin' is the trade mark of Bayer Manufacture of MoBoaceticaaides ter of Salicylfcacid. (Advertisement). L. S. McCabe & Co., Rock Island, 111. . TELEPHONE B. 1. 514 Clearance of ant Pattern Hats In the midst of the mid-winter season we place on Special Sale our Exclusive Pattern l&odels. No handsomer merchandise is shown anywhere in the tri-cities. Unrestrict ed Choice mss 2oms PERRIN'S KID GLOVES This well known make of gloves has been sold by us for so long that Mc Cabe's and Perrin's are synonymous. To think of one is to think of the other. We are xshowing the new Fall colors in the brands youiiave been fa miliar with for years. The name Perrins stands for the best in kid gloves. See them at the glove counter. "MISS 3 A TV A TnO A has arrived There is no other wool Middy quite so popular with the school miss. All wool flannel, thor oughly shrunk. Full line of pop ular colors. Each $4.98 $7.98 Sport Skirts An .extraordinary purchase of high grade, wool sport skirts in newest patterns and colorings. Values worth up to $18.50 Spechal Selling Price Each $10-98 'wko wears a ont-zacc (jxrsdr: knows) vXHY"1 she -wears itl. She perhaps likes her corset looser when she is wofking about the house and tighter when she dresses for the street. The Modart Front Laced then is the ideal corset former. You see ,it hooks in front and laces in front so that one slipst it on, hooks itup, and then adjusts the lacing to suit the immediate mood or figure condition. If this corset fell short in any re spect we could not take such delight" in telling you about it Corset Department. Children's Outing Gowns and Billy Burke Pajamas Plain white or fancy stripes, braid and feather-stitched trimming, full sizes. Ages 8tol6. DR. DENTON SLEEPERS N The healthful and comfortable sleepers for children nowliave the extra full drop seat. This new, simple, but highly ingenious con struction of the lower part of the seat, gives ample fullness in both the seat and the crotch. ' Priced according to size. 95c and up Knit Underwear Section. -u- SPECIAL COAT VMJES FOR TOMORROW ONLY! . We offer a limited number - of Coats for Ladies4 and MissesV some with fur collars others without. An Exceptional Price Reduction I This Special Offer cannot be dup licated. f Come early befbre tiie choice is gone Your CREDIT is good. Buy what you want and "Chargs lt" y 7ta Zfermam Stares 6x.m. AKMIONM. OiSTnUTlON 1611-13 Second Ave. THE FINEST SPREAD FOR DREAD MARGARINE aaa aaav aaaaaw III BTreanV IA mT III DREAD 'VArlS? c THE FINEST SPREAD FOR DREAD Buy JELKE GOOD LUCK- The Finest Spread for Bread Jelke GOOD LUCK Margarine is for table use a Spread for Bread. The choicest Government -inspected beef and pork fats, churned in full-cream milk, unrivaled in quality, result in a delicious, creamy-white spread for bread with a sweet, whole some flavor that delights every appetite. Only the most modern sanitary methods are used in the prep aration of GOOD LUCK; immediate shipments to dealers insure its reaching your table as fresh, pure and delicious as when it leaves our churnery. JelkeJSOpD LUCK is for sale wherever you see the sign shown above. . Buy a trial carton of this perfect spread today ! A desirable, new Jelke Good Lack Cook Book ha Jnat bee pub. Usbed. It contains red pea by Mia. L. A. Keaap of tb Chicago School ' of Donna tic Arts and Science. Tbey are dependable, afford goo variety, aad give admirable re It. The book la free to readers of thla ad who re quest . . Churned by JOHN F. JELKE COMPANY. CHICAGO H. T. POESTLERtO 416 Harrison. Phone Dav.934