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THE ROCK ISHAXD ARGUS. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 6, 1011.
One on Current Topics Well
be renewed as well as the camera
club. Those interested in the above
lines of activity or In any others
which the association might promote,
are invited to make their wishes
known to the secretary.
CUB CAPTAIN IS Iff
YOST HAS SPEEDY
TEAM AT MICHIGAN
Under Way With Prominent
TO TRANSFORM ALLEYS
Room in Building Used for Bowling
May Be Turned Into Shooting
A shooting: gallery for the T. M.
C. A. has been promised if the mem
bers are sufficiently interested in the
scheme, the plan being to install the
gallery with targets, rifles and com
plete equipment in the bowling al
leys, which are not used at present.
Other interesting features which are
being planned for are a Current Top
ics club, Toastmasters" club. Check
er club and Camero club. At the Y.
M. C. A. supper last night G. C.
Blakslee, who is working up the Cur
rent Topics club outlined the plans
for the year, in the event that the
members desire sch an organization.
It is the idea to secure 100 members
for the club, who will pay $2 each
for course tickets, five numbers In
CAN GET GOOD TALKERS.
At each meeting a first-class speak
er will be secured and a supper serv
ed. Mr. Blakslee has entered upon
negotiations for various speakers,
and announced that the following
Tells How to. Make a Pint O
of Laxative Cough Syr
up Very Cheaply
The reason that most all much
fyrups are inf-ffW-tive la that tli
ordinary preparations are very
corntlpatlni; awl affr a whil-
and bring- on f-v-r and i-itt-unio-nia.
To avoid fiti' iimoi.ia. II
bowels should ! lnxnlive and tliv
couh wlil joon b. ovi n-orn-.
The finest actintr. most pleasant
tawtini? and laxative ei.iili .-r ip
can be made at b"ni- by ;ri
on. Obtain from a to k'-'i
druetrist 2 2 xunees of fjsi'inv
metilho-Iaxeae ; empty It into a
pint brittle. Make a pvr:p with
J :i pint of Kranula'ed snirar and a
half pint boilinx water; stir and
Id nml. Then till up the i,.ttl
Jr? with syrup. Shake jt wel! anl
; take a teaspoimf ii I every hour "r ft
q lvi until trie rough jo etireii. 0
J Th:-- is the .ul'-k -.- wtinjr and J5
:-inr-t eo::n rni-dv -v-r eon- (5
J i'.d. All wholesale driuN;- Q
0 and moi-t retail druist f-:l Q
ssenrr mentt.o-laxetie. O
fix c-ftf ....
f ;;. tusvv--x:-nim.
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NEGROES OPPOSE PARTIES
Meeting at Springfield Condemns
Taft and Prawn.
Springfield. 111., Oct. 6. One hunr
dred and fifty delegates to the Negro
Coalition league, which met yesterday
in this city, adopted resolutions declar
ing themselves opposed to all political
parries. They condemn what they call
reckless extravagance of the present
state administration and denounce
President Taft for "advocacy of the re
peal of the 13th, 14th and 15th amend
ments to the federal constitution. The
conference urged the 75,000 negro vot
ers in the state to vote for men and
measures rather than for party affilia
tions. The following officers were elected:
President, W. A. Barnett, East St.
Louis; vice president, Alexander Row
ens, Chicago; Alexander Bender,
Springfield; T. C Graves, Cairo, and
James Jackson. Quincy; secretary.
J Charles T. Tinsley, Quincy; assistant
secretary. Rev. William Gray, Chica
go; treasurer, Henry B. Hughes,
H. Clemann Desires to Get
Away From Cellar Position
in Semi-Pro League.
DROP THREE LAST NIGHT
Plow CSty Aggregation Takes Entire
Series Without Difficulty
Bachelors on Top.
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Coach "Hurry-up" Yost is tickled
with the team 'ie has developed at
I higun this fall. It bids fair to
look a lot like Michigan's famous
"poini-a-minut" eleven once it gets
into action. Captain Conklin, play
ins at tackle i cie of Yost's lew
Seek to Dodge Merit Board.
Springfield, Oct. 6. James Gullet,
H. B. Williams and J. C. .Peck, em
ployes in the office of Secretary Rose
of the state department, obtained
leave from the supreme court to file a
petition for a writ of mandamus to
compel Auditor of Public Accounts
McCullough to issue warrants on the
state treasurer for the payment of
their back salaries without action by
the civil service commission. The pe
titioners alleged that the state-wide
civil service law is unconstitutional.
Is t'ne World Growing Better?
Many things go to prove that it is.
! The way thousands are trying to help
others is proof. Among them is Mrs.
Bachelors .... .......... 7 2
Stock Leaders 6 3
Plow City 5 4
Cubs - 0 9
Safely entrenched in the cellar posl- j
tion in the battle for supremacy in the i
Semi-Pro Bowling league as the result !
of three losses to the Plow City team '
last night. Captain H. Clemann of the :
Cubs team is today scouting around for
bowlers to supplant some of those who j
have bowled thus far this season. A
glance at the score below will show j
that the action of the Cub leader is j
warranted, inasmuch as some members 1
of the team bombarded the pins for
scarcely more than an average of 100.
The Plow City team, which has been
going down to defeat hefore the other
teams, won all three games without an
effort last night.
MOT VP TO STANDARD.
For the second successive week. C. i $
Meenan has failed to show the form
that usually marks his work. Polland
fell below the mark, as did McKahan
in one of his games. The showing is
not up to the standard of the league,
and so at least one new mau will b"
signed next week and possibly another
will be added. A man who can make
oh A I
J S usual the last day marks the culmination of bargain
giving, of free gifts, of the lavish expenditure chara
acteristic of these McCabe celebrations. Come sit under
these bargain trees all day Saturday and carry away your
fill of these greatest bargains of the year.
Among flic Many Special Features
of This Saturday Are:
fA Thousand Cups of Cof
fee and Sandwiches, Ice
Cream and Cake Free to
W. W. Gould of Pittsfield, N. H. Find-1 a showing in a tournament game will
O men rou Id Le
O : St-nator La Ko
ing good health Dy taKing taectnc
liitct-rs, she now advises other suf-
! ferers everywhere to take them. r'For
years I suffered with stomach and kid
I ney trouble," she writes. "Every medi
cine I used tailed tin i took fc.iectric
Piters. But this great remedy helped
j me wonderfully." They'll help any wo
man. 1 hey re the nest tonic and fin
est liver and kidney remedy that's
made. Try. thfm. You'll see. 50 cents
At all druggists.
secured, if desired:-
oite of Wisconsin,
the chief of polire of Council IJluffs, !
who is an expert on boys' problems, I
Mayor Seidel of Milwaukee. ex-Lieu-j Chamberlains Cough Remedy haj j
tenant fiovcriwir K. W. Mooth and V. I become famous for its cures of coughs, i
W. Patt--rsn. pr'uidf-nt of the N'a-' colds, croup ami influenza. Try it:
give impetus to the remainder cf the ,
team. The converse Is true of a man !
who makes a poor showing. All of th ,
Cubs finished between the .,00 and 400 j
mark last night and for the total se-
cured l.Snf pins. The Piow City team,
rolling with a "kitty," won each game j
by more than 00 pins.
It aciiki.ohs .i:t two. I
In the other series the Bachelors j
proved superior by winning the first
two game. They dropped the third. '
As a result of the finish in that par- ;
ticular series, the Bachelors are perch- i
ed on top of the heap and are crowing
A Thousand Special
Souvenirs to purchasers of
$1.00, $2.00 or $3.00 worth
at 10 o'clock in the
morning: 2 o'clock in
the afternoon and 7 o'clock in the evening. Look
for these, they're worth while. For Instance:
Ai 10 O'clock
The sale of
so popular last
s'ers clu i, i ;ch
I when in need.
w as i substance and always gives promp
II contains no harmful 1 'OUJiy. j ney proteose to remain tnei
At 2 O'clock
At 7 O'clock
at 5 Os
vear, vvii; probably j lief. Sold by all druggists.
'Hit ' ' ?
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! the rest of the season. At any late,
j they intend to give other contenders
I for honors a hard ;ir Tommy Carron
I bad tlie high individual score for n
finul' game last evei.in. with lSIi.
The high score f(:r the evening's porira
was made by Prexy Sieplien, who man
aged to knock tiown -J i.ins. The
games were rolled at t'ue Harms ana
Patting alleys. The score:
W. Stephen 179 l.'O ir.o
Y. Obeig 1 --) 157 ll'J
Anderson K', 1M K'J
T. ("armn 1"7 l!t
j. Schwecke 1;J7 115 1:::
4 1 '
These are just three of the dozen or more sales at
these hoursThen there is the All-Dau Sale of Ostrich
Plumes at one-quarter off, the All-Day Sale of Linens
and many other features that will make this the greatest
of all Anniversary Saturdays.
14 055 2V.
You cannot afford not to be here-Come and stay all day
catches your eye
W. Bleuer 173 123 1"0 15:.'
.M. Raines 1-7 15s 2:1.5
Hildrbrandt 12-1 V.'.) 115 ;:7s
F. Wich 1T.1 151 -12 1'
II. Wich 12 1 TO 120 57-! 1
I.. Bread or 1.11 11 j
Totals 717 71:.', C70 2101 !
"Kitty" 14:1 120 110 r2
Johnson 1H! 122 127 :rs I
I.ee Ed Ill 12 i:M 372 .
Rteinhauer 125 1.T0 1!" 4"7 j
J. Claussen 1 5 5 15S 15S 41 j
Totals C'i tJ70 05S 2'UOj
i Afkmnn 152 n: ini r.f'fi !
Poliand 02 12: 11 1 :M2
Meenan 2 115 12'i :U7
Clemann 1 40 IK, I2'i 'M'i
McKahan 17l 00 125 ;75
Totals C17 5S5 607 1S00
fixator .f ".ervy Xt" Given I'n
I caiiijt .itriety Through l'e
(,f i!ie Ity A not her.
The man giving the ramp of James
Montgomery Flagg, arretted at Los
Angeles, Cal., Sept. 8, on a charge of
disturbing the peace, was not James
.Montgomery Flapg, the famous illus
trator and creator of the character
"Nervy Nat", as stated in The Argus
Sept. 20. It appears that aome prac
tical joker arrested by the Ts Angeles
police registered himself as James
Montgomery Flagg, and when the
story came out in the press dispatch
es the newspapers dug up the cut of
the distinguished illustrator and used
it in connection with the Incident.
It is in time of Biiddn mishap or
accident that Chamberlain's Liniment '
can be relied upon to take the place of I
the family doctor, who cannot always
be found at the moment. Then it is
that Chamberlain's Liniment is never j
found wanting. In canes of sprains. ;
cuts, wounds and bruises Chamber-1
Iain's Liniment takes out the soreness
and drives away the pain. Sold by all
At High School
The Athletic association is tbei
strongest it has ever been, there be-;
roll and j
it s cne i
you. to fit from th'
s;c.rt and to givp satisfaition to the last
f our new styles in
Florsheim or Edwin Clapp
celebrated makes for r:en. Or for that matter,
ticularly Comniowt alth ar.d M. A: K. Special shoe
most approval, too: somewhat u ere than you
for as little as $1.75.
Toys' shoes $1.50
any ct our other standard makes, par--.
The values will meet with your ut-
$"J.50 and $4 and good shoes
For Man,Woman & Child
Tcock Island,! ll.v
ing 352 members on the
more jj:ning every day.
Attractive Apparel for Misses and Girls
It has been decided that the board
of editors of the Watch Tower will
meet tonight to organize.
The junior class met and organiz
ed last eight after school and elect-(
ed the class ofiicers for the year, i
Willard Larkin was reelected presi-j
dent: Greta Curry was elected vke;
president; Clara Blakemore secre
tary and John Hawes treasurer.
Miss Winifred Reck wa3 chosen as
president of the TLeadelphic Literary!
society of Rock Island high school,
vesterdav afternoon when the society i
met for reorganization for the ensu-j
ing year. The otner omrers were as j
follows: Miss Marian Walker, vice
president; Miss Irma Rain, secre
tary; Miss Pansy Jones, treasurer.
The membership includes pupils in
the first and second year classes.
The second team of Rock Island
high school is to invade the camp
of the scrub team of St. Ambrose
college tomorrow afternoon. The
following lineup is announced:
Flannigan, le; Klove, It; Baker, Ig;
Fryer, c; Barnett, rg: Andrew, rt;
Dripps, re; Kone, pb; Kipp, lh;
Brough, rh; Whisler, fb.
Trre is a vast amount of satisfaction to us to present such a comprehen
sive collection of correct fall and winter garment for the Juniors and
The makers have been unusually successful In taming out clever and
youthful models and we have collected our full share. Garments that
are just as (stylish and dresay as tboee made for the grown up sisters and
Junior Suits for Girls From 13 to 17 "fears
Many of them adaptable to small women. Suits that will win the ad
miration of every dressy miss at prices to win the favor of economical
mothers. Decidedly new and effective. Cheviots, Serges, MannUsh Mix
tures, Broadrloths and Corduroys. Many with sailor collar; others
strictly tailored models.
$7.50, $9.98, $14.98 and up to $30.00
New Misses 9 and Junior 's Coats
Shown in a great variety of the newest double facd materials, heavy
cheviots, novelty fabrics, plush and caracul cloth, all carefully selected
with a view to getting the classiest and jauntiest styles with the greatest
me-isure of service.
Children's Coats, Ages 6
to 14 Years
at $2.69, $3.48, $4.98 up to
Junior Coats, Ages 13 to
$5.98, $7.50, $9.98 up to
Children's Galatea and
braids and button. Sl.OO. S1.50. Sl.ttS
Girl 9s School Dresses
Styles that will be especially admired for girls from 6 tn 14 yan: at
tractive sailor effects and one-piece dresses of plain serges and plaids,
handsomely braid-trimmed, some embroidered In emblems, uncqualed valuM
at S1.9S. S2.98. S3.98. S4.98
Peter Thompson and other styles for Juniors at S5.98 to 10.00
Wah Dress in plain and striped patterns.Trimmed in plain colors fancy
Children 's Sweaters
59c, 75c, $1.00, Si. 2 5
Wie 3ee Hive
Cor. Second and 'Brady
Children 's 'Rain Capes
$1.69 and Si. 23
All the new3 ail the time The Args