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THE ROCK ISIiAND ARGUS, TUESDAY, JUNE 13, 1911.
Bock Island Branch Holds Its
Annual Election at the Ma
THE WEDDING OVER, YOU ABE HOW READY TO
GO HOUSEKEEPING. ARE YOU READY?
- Have yon thought as so many young couple at this time do: Where can
I do the best? Where can I go for my home outfit and make my selec
tions and know that I have received value for my money and will be
satisfied; then, like an inspiration, the thought comes why not SUM
HEBFIKLTVS? They will furnish us up complete, just as our income
WILLERTON HAS RETIRED
Declines Another Term m Recorder
After Serving Oonttnuonsly
for 25 Tears.
At tie regular stated conclave and
annual business meeting of Rock Isl
and commandery No. 18, Knights Tem
plar, held last evening in the Masonic
asylum, there was the annual election
of officers, prosified over by the retir
ing grand commander, Presley Greena
walt. R. G. Fnllerton was named as
commander to succeed Mr. Greenawalt.
R. C. WlUerton, who for the last 25
years has served as recorder of the or
ganization, was again nominated for
the office, tout he refused to accept. Mr.
VIllrton has served the commandery
faithfully for the past quarter of a cen
i ary, and at the next meeting some ac
tion will be taken which will show the
proper recognition of his faithfulness.
The officers were elected as follows:
Grand Commander R, G. Fullerton.
Generalissimo B. H. Ash.
Captain General J. G. Woodbury.
- Senior Warden H. S. Bo 11m an.
Junior Warden N. G. Griffiths.
- Prelate S. J. Ferguson.
Treasurer M, S. Heagy.
Recorder J. W. Houder.
The standard bearer, sword bearer
and sentinel will be appointed by the
new commander. The member of the
board of control for two years is II. H.
Cleaveland. The trustees are R. G.
Fullerton, E. II. Ash. J. G. Woodbury,
H. S. Bollman and N. G. Griffiths.
KJVIGIITS OF" PYTHIAS ELECT.
6t. Paul lodge No. 109, Knights of
Pythias, held its semi-annual election
of officers ast evening. One of the
largest meetings of the year marked
the election, which was held at Odd
Fellows' hall. The officers chosen are
Chancellor Commander James De
gen. Vice Chancellor Thomas Journey.
Prelate F.'O. Larson.
Master-at-arms Fred. W. Larson.
Master of Work W. H. iAinont
Inner Guard John Stroehle. m
Outer Guard Frank BcdelL
Grand Representative Sam Ryer
on. Mr. Ryerson will represent the lodge
at the grand lodge meeting Jn Spring
field in October. The installation of
the new officers will take place July 11, i
at which time there will be a meeting
at Campbell's Island.
KEOKUK EXTENDS. RIGHTS
Acta on Public Utilities Franchises
And Sale Is dofxl.
Keokuk. Iowa, June 13. Keokuk
yesterday voted to gTant to Stone &.
Wetoeter an extension of the present
franchises for the operation of the
treat railway and electrlo lighting
to a period of 25 years and to estab
lish a department of publicity de
velopment and genera! welfare a3
provided for by a recent bill passed
by the legislature. Stone & Web
ster, the Boston firm which is build
ing the dam here, has an option on
local utilities which will be exercis
ed immediately. These properties
are now owned by Sargen Lundy of
MRS. CATT IS PRESIDENT!
International Congrats of Sunrapet
Reelects Her Iresldent.--
Stockholm, June 13. The sixth
;ongress of the International Woman
Suffrage alliance opened here yes
terday, with a thousand delegates
from Europe, the United States.
Australia and South Africa present.
The address of welcome was made
by Mrs. Anna Whltlock of Sweden,
after which Mrs. Carrie Chapman
Catt was reelected president. Biks
dag Deputy Beckman spoke warmly
in favor of suffrage for women, and
then Mrs. Catt delivered a long and
eloquent address on the history of
The congress will sit until Satur
day. Interesting incidents of yes
terday's session were the presenta
tion to the congress by Janet Rich
ards of a suffrage baton sent by the
women of Washington, and the warm
If it Is, the remedy
is COAL cur for
winter blues. A coal
that gfves more heat
than &sy coal mined.
clean cal, pure coal
and heat giving coal.
Wfsazeh coal CO
Uotttee. ISO Ttttx Ave- i
- - .
will permit. We can have a year or longer to pay for our home. Thev
will place the goods in our house and guarantee us satisfaction, for all
goods sold by, them are sold on SO DAYS FREE TRIAL. If we select
anything and same does not meet, our approval when we get it home they
will cheerfully exchange same. After talking it over they decide to
come-to us as hundreds have done in the tri-cities, we assist them in
As a special Inducement we are giving to every June
bride who buys their ourtt from us this month a beauti
ful 100 Plec Martha Washington gold band dinner set
free, worth regular $15.00. Thij is our wedding present
to you, come In and let us show it to you and also our
Pretty Furnished Cottage, all complete for housekeeping
at the liberal terms of S10.0O a month.
m 4 i
every way. we Keep a complete rent list 01 every vacant nouse m iav-
eriTnT. MYfcIiTm nnH T?.nrTr Tslnnrl artA wa erpt. t.riTri fl. rintlSfl. We heltl
them in every way we can. We carry the account and extend payment in case of sickness or loss of employment.
This has resulted in the great popularity of this store. This is why every customer is a satined customer and a
friend of Summerfield's and bring their friends to us. Won't you join this army of satisfied customers and call
and see us today?
This 50 rieceSet fe - A '.V
This 8-foot Pedestal hvM I 1 Wltfhf . V " fi'K
Extension Table VlWIlf lllglll $1.00 Cash, - fi t
Earue set In 100 Pieces v f Vl
Terms $L0O cask I
ELASTIC FELT MATTRESS
regular C1S.00 valne, not,
sroffed, bat built np a sanitary
Terms 11.00 j 60e A vreek
Z0 days' Free Trial
Credit to All For the Babies
"T IT.1 U .rT . r- . . .
' .--wrqs. r- rv,
v!6 W w, iri t4;S ft
$99.00 - Sommerlield's New Three Room Oulfil
$2.00 a Week .
i ,., ITT FT -I Mini n.aniM
THE DDfLXG ROOM CON
TAINS 1 golden oak sideboard $12.00
1 6-ft. extension table
6 dining; chairs .
1 rug, size 9x12 .
1 serving table .
2 pairs lace curtains . .
2 window, shades
$3.50 cash; "5c week
THE KITCHEN CONTAINS
1 pood kitchen stove ..$12.00
2 kitchen chairs 1.00
kitchen table 1.60
16 yards floor linoleum ....... 6.00
1 plate rack .60
2 window fchades 60
If kitchen cabinet wanted add $8.00.
$3 Cash; 60o a. waak.
THE BEDROOM CONTAINS
1 Dresser, oak or ma
1 iron bed. any color .. 2.50
1 woven spring 2.00
1 mattress 3.60
2 chairs 2.00
1 rocker, oak or ma
1 rug. 9 ft by 12 ft 12.00
2 pairs lace curtains .. 3.00
2 window shades ...... 60
$3.60 cash; 76c week
We are are going to sell the balance
of our Gocarts and Buggies "at Half
Price. No excuse for keeping tke
baby in now.
mi Mm A A M .
xnis v.w iuu
with hood, nil col.
ors, extra heavy
rubber tires about
100 In stock. This
Terms ' Me
line of Eng
A f nil sue MaTaMe Iron Bedsie-d In nil colors earanted to hold op
1,000 lbs. Worth regular $3.00, we will sell 00 only, not over three
to any one customer ' Q)$
for only JJ
Come in and get the" best bed valae ever offered.
A Few Specials in Our Carpet Department
We a week.
(on 30 days free trial)
Including all the leading makes such as
the Westinghouse 4 50
The Waltham $28, the Favorite
Jewell and many other leading
makes. Terms ISL00 cash, I2.0Q
rn- wi- ch.it.. 100 bentlful Wnton 9J1 OC 8 Seamless Brussels 'to tkC
mLmI ilnJ IOC Telvet sizs xl2)ZI.03 Rngs, slie 9xlt l0.90
slighUy soiled fij)o a week fl.00 a week
81.00 a week
4 fj L?
This baadsome and durable ears nasi
be seen to be appreciated, same worth
regular f0 sale
welcome accorded" to Rev,. Dr. Anna
Shaw, the whole assembly rising at
BLOODY FIGHT REPORTED
Steamer Brings Xews of Capture of
Interior Mexican Town May 31.
ExA Diego, CaU June 13. Culiacan,
in the state of Sinalca. surrendered to
the Maderists May 31, after nearly two
days of fierce fighting ia which hun
dreds are reported to cavo been killed.
The greater part of tke city was de
stroyed. Haratlan, in the same state,' snrren
dered without resistance June 2.
These adrices were brought by tie
steamer Brlto Juarez, which has Jus:
arrived from Mazatl&n.
Tells Congress That American Lbcr
Is Really Cheapest in the
Washington. June 13. An attack
upon the protective tariff system by
an American manufacturer who
claims to have studied labor and
manufacturing conditions In many
countries of the world held the close
attention, of the house of represen
tatives for two hours yesterday.
Representative William C. Redfield
of Brooklyn a new democratic mem
ber, "a manufacturer of machinery,
and long connected with export
trade, declared to the house that
THAT STOMACH TROUBLE.
As soon as you notice
the appetite lagging di-
geatioa becoming weak
boweia costive, take
American manufacturers are aban
doning the protective principles aa
unnecessary, as they develop 'more
scientific management of their own
plants as now carried out Jn the
more advanced American factories. ,
Mr. Redfield declared that Instead
of foreign labor being cheaper,
American labor Is really the cheap
est in the world; that no labor pro
duced as much product, in proportion
to the'ages It received, as American.
. Late In Printing New Laws.
Springfield,. June 13. The secretary
of rtate wfll be unable to classify aad
have .printed the laws, which were
passed during the last ses&ion of the
legislature, by July 1, on account of
the lateness of the adjournment. ThU
announcement is made by Secret rj
of State Rose, in letters sect out t rc is
The one best shoe
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