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THE ARGtfS, SATURDAY. OCTOBERS 24. 1908.
.V IT A-
1. 4 No substitution; absolutely
none.' , ; . . .
2. . Cleanliness in prescription
work. r . 1 , '
, 3. ; "No rake-offs" to anybody. '
Ou this platform we have built
P a good, clean drug business,,
one which appeals to the best
people, whether rich or poor.
We invite your inspection.
' H. O. ROLFS,
; DUpeaatBg Cbemlit.
TO BE A SWELL DRESSER
is 'more a matter of mind than
money.. If you have the good
judgment to appoint us your
tailors, neither the question of
clothes nor their cost will trou
ble you. The suit, coat or extra
trousers we make you will con
form to good taste and correct
style. The price we charge you
will conform to your idea of
what is reasonable.
E. F. DORN.
1812 Second Avenue.
between sweethearts could often
be patched up if the man in the
case . would only think of the
peace-bringing qualities of
: MATH'S . r
CANDIES AND CHOCOLATES.
There's a hint in this for the
married man, too. Just think
how you would like a present of
a box of cigars, and then take
your wife a box of
and see If it doesn't bring the -old
smile to her face, which you
used to think was sweeter than
a whole barrel full of candy.
WE WANT YOUR
ICE CREAM ORDERS. .
We can please you and tickle
the palates -of your company.
CONFER AT URBANA
Preliminary Announcements Are- Made
of the High School Meeting .
-, at State University.
DATES SET ARE NOV. 19-21
Important Subjects to Be Discussed in
Sessions Rock Island Will Be
Represented as Usual.
Preliminary announcements ' have
been made of the high school confer
ence of the state, to be held at the
University of Illinois, Nov. 19 to 21.
This conference is an annual event,
and Rock Island has for a : number
ofyears been . prominent in it. The,
local school will be represented this
year, probably by ' Principal H. E.
The conference will assemble Thurs
day evening, Oct. 19, for a round
table discussion of reports and sug
gested changes in the program of
studies adopted last year.
As usual the morning and afternoon
sessions on Friday will be given to
the section meetings. The following
sections will convene this year: Eng
lish, social science, mathematics, for
eign language, geography, manual
acts, domestic science and agriculture.
Subjrcta of Sections.
The English section will discuss
problems leading to the formulation of
a more complete syllabus of the high
school courses in English. In the so
cial science group the chief discin
sion will be on civics. A report is also
expected from the committee on com
mercial courses for which university
credit is asked. The section of mathe
matics teachers will discuss the syl
labus for algebra work which is to bn
reported by a committee appointed
This will be the first meeting of tha
section on foreign languages. The
morning will be given to the general
problems of language teaching; to be
followed in the afternoon by sub-sec-
color combination which was carried
out in every detail of the decorations.
From a' point in 'the center of "the
ceiling were suspended long stream
ers of f red and ' white bands which
were fastened to the walls, forming .a
"huge canopy over the entire gymna
sium. In front was built an 'arch and
bower of the same colors an I around
the falls of the room were suspended
hundreds of pennants of different col
leges . throughout the country. Unlike
previous receptions," the program was
divided into two parts and during an
intermission of one hour the grand
"prom" was held. This proved to e
one of. the greatest successes ever
held at the college. " Fully 200 persons
participated, the "prom" affording an
opportunity for those who came "un
attached" to couple up for the social
part of the evening. The program
was as follows: - -
Piano solo............ Agnes Johnson
Address of welcome.... C. O. Bengtson
Song.......... Adelphic Girls' quartet
Violin solo.,....,...:i... Ethel Wade
Duet. ....E. Joranson and C. Bostrom
Intermission .and "grand prom.
Vocal solo i ..... .1 . .Edith Johnston
Reading. .'. : . . . . . . . . .Marion Landee
Piano solo.;.... .......Miss Pleasant
Refreshments. " ;
Surprised by Pupils. The. students
of the Palmer school of chiropractic
of Davenport planned a pleasant sur
prise on Miss Hilda Lundberg at 90."
Twentieth street. Miss Lundberg
was expecting four of the young peo
ple who had planned to spend last
evening with her, but was entirely1
unprepared for the 40 Invaders who
arrived a few minutes later with their
arms full of good things to eat and
their minds made up' for a Jolly good
time. The evening was spent with
music, recitations and a general good
time. The affair was given as a fare-
FATE OF GAME AT
SCHOOL IN DOUBT
Northwestern Breaks In With Beloit
No Important Battles in
Chicago, Oct..; 24.- Interest ", in foot
ball games In the west today centered
in the contest between the Northwest
ern university and Beloit teams. The
outcome of the game is looked forward
to as determining the resumption or
abandonment of football 'at Eyanston.
There are numerous other games sched
uled, but mostly of a "tryout" charac
ter. The real big battles of the day
were in the east between Pennsylva
nia and the Carlisle Indians, and the
Navy vs. Harvard being the most im
portant of the many , carded.
TAYLOR CATCHES A WHALE
Illinois Theater Manager Getf 12
Pound Fish After, Day's Efforts. .
R.' H. Taylor, manager of the Illinois
theater, has a beautiful 12-pound pick
erel to show for several hours of
weary tramping end patient fishing
yesterday afternoon. In company
with a number of others he went up
to Rock Creek and the Wapsie and
while most of the time was spent in
walking to new places enough was
taken to sit and do a little fishing.
Mr. Taylor says that the fishing is
flnj but that the walking is miserable.
His feet are well blistered as the re
sult of the unusually strenuous exer
else and it will be sometime before
he will make the trip again. The
sig'at of his 12-pound pickerel makes
him forget most of his weariness.
well to Miss Lundberg who has just I however, and he is still an enthusias-
resigned her position as teacher at I tic fisherman.
and will leave In a few
Filathea Class Elects. The Filathea
class of the Memorial Christian church
met last evening at the home of Miss
Georgia King, 1026 Sixteenth street.
and elected officers for the next six
months, as follows: President. Miss
Louise Cook: vice president, Misa
Hazel Pierce; secretary, Miss Georgia
King; assistant secretary, Miss Merle
Football Games Today
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:. This map will show the various coal,
mines in Illinois from which we hanJ
die coal, and should convince all coty
sumers that we can furnlshY"'
Ity and Quantity at satisfactl
Rock Island Yards and
Offices Corner 1 3d Ave.
and 24th street.; llBoth
Phones. v ' J t5
The Place Wher
Try Us and Be Corivin
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tions to discuss particular lines of lan- ' "'" . ' ' "I De-Paul.
Northwestern and Beloit at Evan-
Iowa and Mornlngslde at Sioux City.
Michigan and Ohio State at Colum
St. Louis and Wabash at St Louis.
De Paul and Michigan vAggies" at
contest as Liltt was able to get into
the game. This added considerable
strength to the lineup. Kewanee has
as strong a team in the field aa usual
I and it always gives the locals one cl
the hardest battles of the year.
guage work. In geography the dis
cussion will center around the report
of the committee appointed to prepare
a syllabus for physiography in high
schools. The manual arts section will
devote the entire time to the discus
sion of the various lines of work in
drawing. An excellent program is in
preparation for this section.
Teachers of domestic science, and
agriculture will meet in separate sec
tions this year. The discussions in
these sections will center about the
courses which should be undertaken
in public high schools.
Two general sessions will be held
besides the Thursday evening round
table, one Friday evening and the
ether Saturday morning. Friday even
ing an address will be given on in
dustrial education in the high school
and this will be followed by a recep
Saturday morning Professor Ray
mond Weeks of the department of
romance languages of the University
of Illinois win give an.- address on
"Foreign Languages in the High
School." This will be followed by re
ports of work, accomplished by the
various section meetings ' and other
Dusmess session a social hour was
passed and refreshments were erved.
Surprised on Birthday. Carter Rem.
ley was pleasantly surprised by about
25 of his friends at a Hallowe'en party
at his home on Twenty-fourth-and-a-
half street and Fifteenth avenue last
night in honor of his birthday anni
versary. Games were played and at
12 o clock light refreshments were
Coffffee for Bethany Horns. Mrs.
W. H. Whisler at her home, 715 Twen
ty-second street, will give a coffee for
the benefit of Bethany home next Sat
urday. She will be assisted by the
Twenty-second street ladies and the
affair will take the nature of a Hal
lowe'en coffee. ' : . .
and Haskell Indians at
In Honor of Birthday. Ralph
Pritchard at his home. 1702 Fifth ave- cester,
nue, yesterday entertained 10 of his
school friends In honor of his 14th
I birthday anniversary. Games of varl
ous kinds and music helped pass the
time merrily and refreshments were
served. The host was presented with
a pretty scarf pin.
Knox and Lake Forest at Galesburg.
Oberlin and Case at Oberlin.
Ames end South Dakota at Ames.
Drake and Grinnell at Des Moines.
Lawrence and Hamline at St. Paul. .
Olivet and Kalamazoo at Olivet.
Alma and Detroit A. C. at Detroit.
St Viateurs and Morgan Park at
Pennsylvania and Carlisle Indians at
FLiladelphia. . ... v ..
Harvard and Navy at Annapolis. -Princeton
and Syracuse at Prince
Yale and Washington and Jefferson
at New Haven.
Cornell and Vermont at Ithaca.
Army and Colgate at West Point
Brown and Lafayette at Providence.
Holy Cross and Dartmouth at Wor
. Both phones,
ond avenue. ' v
where the best is the recognized
standard of achievement in ev
ery field of endeavor, our store
becomes a synonym for suprem
acy in clothes.
A store where exclusiveness In
style is more than a mere phrase
where merit of a high order is
the unfailing stamp of distinc
tionwhere men are accustom
ed to come and choose with gen
uine pleasure their apparel from
season to season, knowing that
the finest cloths the woolen mills
produce are the' ones we make
up every day.
The highest type of tailoring
excellence protects pur patrons
at every point with a 'positive
guarantee of satisfaction.
. B. Zimmer & Son
. : bailors
&h Building. I09 Eightenth SL
Pennsylvania State and West Vir
ginia at Pennsylvania State.
Stevens and Johns Hopkins at Bal
Amherst and Trinity at Amherst
Lehigh and Dickinson at Lehigh.
Union and Rochester at Rochester,
Williams and Massachusetts Aggies
Party Largely Attended. The I Go at Williams.
You Go club, composed of Rock Island William and Mary and Washington
young men, gave a largely "attended land Lee at William and Mary.
Idanoiner nartv at the rink last evenin?.
fSocletv news, written or telenhoned about 100 couples being present. A lb A I I LL WITH KtWANtt Id UN
to the society editor of The Argus, will I straw vote was taken durine the tfv
rn!lhderycirlUnUtPyU in Taft 50 and Bryan High School Football Team Ha. Big
must be made Known, to insure reiia-3U votes
bility. Written notices must bear slg
nature and address.
W0LGAST AND ATTELL SIGN
Men Will Go 20 Rounds in Jeffries'
Arena Nov. 10 Next.
San Francisco, Oct. 24. Ad Wrolgast
and. Abe Attell were matched here
yesterday by Baron Long, matchmaker
of the Jeffries club at Vernon, Cal.,
for a 20-round go. Nov. 10. Abe fol
lowed his old tactics of refusing to
meet any hard-hitting man in a lengthy
bout and declined to let Long set the
bout for 45 rounds. Wolgast is still
in- Los Angeles, where he has remaif
ed since Long abruptly canceled his
bout with Weeks last Monday. The
pending encounter will probably be
fought at night as Long says the roof
ing of Jeffries' arena has been com
pleted, . : '
ONE MORE ROCK
ISLAND MAN WINS
Lewis Grove Draws No. 4,584 in
Rosebud Reservation Land
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Honey M Any Tim
Our latch string is always out. We are ready to ac
commodate you whenever you need our services. We
have lots' of money lying Idle which we would much
rather was in the hands of some honest person who
needs it . J
We have helped and satisfied many; we can do a
much for you ; one of our best recommendations is tb
fact that our customers nearly always return to v
when in need of money. If business ethics did not in
hibit we would give many names of those you'kn?
who would testify to our fair and square methods
If unforeseen conditions have temporarily emt
rassed you, do not hesitate to ask us what we can
for . you. We caa furnish you good advice, and wha
better, substantial cash assistanc - nd you can'
range to repay us in a convenient J t(
ly or monthly payment. . .
We take a lien on your f urnif
cure us. as a matter of form, bu
from $10 upward. Call to see us anu
phone us and we'll call to see you. Everything -w..
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- Office hours, 8 a. m. to 6 p. m, and Saturday tvenln)
west 514; new telephone 6011. - i
L. A. of R. C. Card Party. The
Ladies' auxiliary to the Order of Rail
way Conductors will entertain then
friends at cards Thursday, Oct. 29. at
Adelphic Society Entertains. Col
lege spirit and enthusiasm brimmed
over -last night at the annual recep
tion of the Adelphic literary society
given in welcome to the new students. I of Elm street
The college gymnasium, was crowded
by between 300 and 400 students. The I Eudora Rebekah Card Party. Eu-
decoration scheme was tasteful as I dora Rebekah lodge. No. 73. will hold
well as unique. The spciety colors, I another of its card parties Monday
red and white, made. a . very effective J afternoon at I. t). O. F. hall. Prizes
be awarded - and refreshments
Undertaking on Its Hands.
The weather prospects did not pre
vent the football team of the high
school from meeting the team from
Kewafiee this afternoon in their an
nual game. Football is all the more
ALLEYS NOW OPEN TO THE
PUlBLIC. NEWLY RESURFAC
ED AND IN FINE SHAPE.
ALLEYS NOT RESERVED
AFTERNOONS EXCEPT FRI
DAYS. OPEN EVERY SATUR
DAY AND SUNDAY ALL DAY.
o'clock" in the Engineers' hall, foot interesting when played under difficul
ties and many players claim tnat mere
is more real fun in a game when the
ground is covered with several inches
of, mud or snow and slush, than there
is when the. conditions are perfect.
A fair sIzedCrowd can always be de
pended upon to go to the' games, rain
or shine, and there was the usuat
number at the game today. The locat
team was in fairly good shape for the
IS 60TH BIRTHDAY
OF TRIO LODGE
Rock Island Masons Will Celebrate
Anniversary at Masonic temple
Next Friday Evening. ,
MONEY JTO LOAN
On Real Estate Security.
LUDOLPH A REYNOLDS,
Mitchell Jb Lynde BnUdlng.
It is impossible, simply impossible, for any
one to enjoy the best of health if the bowels
r- WifC feconstlPltca- undigested material, waste
' JL - ill O products, poisonous substances, must be
A L J4. tf X. Z.w. M11J inuuim ttuiu lut UWI WI lUClE Will
$fTa Xlt'nAytZ e $f. eriousrroble, too.
Pith. Then folio hi, aJoice. Ayer't Pills aid nature,that is M.j.j
Next Friday is to be a red letter
lay in the history of Trio lodge, No.
57, A. F. & A. M., for Friday evening
he lodge will celebrate the 60th an-
livereary of the organization ; of the
'odgc in Rock Island. ' The exercises
it the evening will be held at the
Masonic temple, and the lodge has Is
sued invitations to its own members
md the members of Rock Island
Odge, and to Masons who are so-
ourning "in the city. There will be
t program, beginning at 8 o'clock, pre
sided over by J. W. Houder, master
f the lodge. One of the Interesting
lumbers on the' program will be, a
aper by M. T. Stevens, who will read
he minutes of the first session, held
50 years ago, and will briefly review
he history of the organization. If
lddition there will be other addressee
md several musical numbers. Fol
lowing the program there will be
Lewis Grove, an employe in the
Woodmen office, received official no
tification this morning that he had
drawn one of the lucky numbers in
the land lottery or the Rosebud res
ervation. His number was 4,584. Mr.
Grove hardly knows whether he will
tae' advantage of his good fortune
or not. He is somewhat of the opin
ion that; by the time his turn for a
choice rolls around there Will be
scarcely any really valuable land left,
in which case he will not take a claim.
C. W. Hawes Jr. of Colorado Springs
was among the more fortunate land
seekers. He drew No. 1,564, which in
sures him a selection from plenty of
good land.' .
The Emily was north and south.
The Ruth, Waunetta and Lizzie Gard
ner came down.
The stage of water was 2.10 at 6 a.
m. and 2.30 at noon.
For Tri-City v Championship
Ladies free. Kick off 3 p.m.
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Dr. Detchon's Relief for Rheuma
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one to three days. Its action upon the
system is remarkable and mysterious.
It removes at once the cause and the
disease immediately disappears. "The
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and Sold by Otto Grotjan, 1501
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Schlegel & Son, 220 West Second
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"While In the army In 1863 I was
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George M. Felton of - South Gibson,
Pa.','I have since 'tried many reme
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lief until A. W. Miles of this nlace
persuaded me to try Chamberlain's
Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy,
one' bottle of , which stopped it at
once." .For sale by all druggists. I
Special one-way, second-class Colonist tickets on sal
Until October 31, 1908. j
from. Rock Island lowes
goes! Tickets honored It
Tourist Sleepers on paymen,
rate-7)nly 6.75 from Rock Isl
The Rock Island offers choice of two through ront
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I have been afflicted with sore eyes
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