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THE ROCK: TSLAXD ARGUS. FRIDAY, SEPTTFBER 20, 1912.
II T' ll j 1 Interior view of Ehoe repair department of the 3 SAMPLE SHOE CO. j known as the Modern Shoe Repair Works, two doors south of shoe store at No. 327 Sev- i i' iifTiM i7iWi in a i ' nvmnm uti iti -iwfiiiari lirrii mii'sT enteenth street. Near Fourth avenue. Why Pay More than $2.50 BEFORE BUYING YOUR SHOES The Largest Sample Shoe Store in the Tri-Cities Come and look over our line. Our Fall Styles are here. We are stocked to satisfy the most critical buyer. 28 styles in Ladies; 23 styles in Men's all high grade shoes made by nine of the best Shoe Manufacturers in the east. We have your style and color. Quality guaranteed at .1 Wast. riitl tiiftlriini.tiri.liri i ii in 4 Ladies' Shoes, Satinf Red Kid, 3 Dull Kid, Gun Metal, f J Patent, Suede. i' Little Gents Shoes uun xueicti or Tan Calf, Size 8i2 to 11, $1.45 Size lli2 to l, $1.65 i Men's Boys' Ladies' Girls' SPECIALS 45c MORE hoe Co. ample Out of the High Rent District 323 Seventeenth St. near Fourth Ave. Men' Shoes Gun Metal, Tan Calf, Viol Kid, Patent, Oortavan. Misses' Shoee Any style or leather. Medium height, $1.30 Extra high cuts with 1 a silk tassle, $1.80. The best equipped shoe repair shop in the Tri-Cities. Six expert shoe makers. Soles and heels attached, sewed or nailed in 25 minutes. Shoes made to exact measuree. Shoes for de formed feet a specialty. Fit gauranteed . Best service at the lowest prices. Vh'iwrilM ,' !' ) mm uiJ "i.i'i"wn iW9Ji.jmmM t mjujmiiiih ik mjiimmim jwjmm l mmmi 'i!l'nui I . ' L"!P jw iu P ' MH ii M We'll have extra help to wait on you Saturday, but come early as our space is limited. , Prominent Women Battle for Political Supremacy WILLETTE KERSHAW OPENS WESTERN CAMPAIGN WHILE MRS. J. BORDEN HARRIMAN FIGHTS IN EAST uvoc whom the greatpst burden falls." J ing. f 1. Part lot 4, 5, blk. 2. W. E. M'.98 Kershaw will conduct an ac- Ballej'i Llnco.n Court add.. Rock Is tive campa'.Kn In Chicago for the next land. I Robert S. Woodburn to Airrea jonn- two wi'-ks and will assign speakers from the New York headquarters to the western territory. BY RICHARD R. SINCLAIR. teendlliij (Fpf-tal r Bp';il n i.f Tli? Aricjs.) country .Vw York. Sf-ut 10 F'ollowiiiK the cnnounreinent tha' Jane AJ'aaan of ChlchK.i would tiu.e t!,(- i-turup lu lf h:i'f of Coioi.ei KocKCveU. Mis.-i VVil 1' re KiTni.a', th- founder t 'tie pfo f' kp.!(iIihI Woiiu ti H V.''i..-uu ;iri i .Vur-1-liMl lfiipuo. railed u li.niUiR f her fellow worke.'K a' th" Tist n Inicut armory lu New York last Sa'uruay af t rnof'n. at hich -l re f'-riuuia t d 'o C(irntei;i( t the uriitiients of tho v uliM n ini 14'fnm-ii iu the west head- d l.y Juhe AiI'IuIiik It was decided that the most eDec fvH niethud of oonihatinK the argu I t.s of the "ni(iaert-H" would he to .m; are Wiiudrn' Wilson's r rord of 1. 1 months in oU'.'-p with Roosevelt's n-itn yoara. MIh Kershaw will nr:t touch the t:i rirf (juettlnn. a Mrs Harritiiaii. the New York fc'.iclcty lendrr. ir. d .otini ker activltletj exc!.ltiel.v to t'.lia !ssi;e. luakiPK daily Kpee he in ti.e t&t and literature throiitrheut the Hefcre leu vile on her Me- cal for Chicago last evening. MIeb The following let- ZEMO FOR DANDRUFF Vou How Will be Surpriced to Sue Quickly It Disappears. No more dirty cuat from dandruff head.t euio Btopu dandruff. Apply It I'tiy time with the tips cf f.r.gera No urell. r:o nmear. Zemo hiLkH into the T' ten. maUen tl; Fculp healthy, makes the hair fine and vIo.hrv. Zemo I.- prepan (1 by K W. Roe. Medicine ("o . St Ioul, Mo., and ia reyulariy ho;d by all druKgiBta at $1 per bottle Hut to etub!o you to make r. tt at.l prove what it w -.'.1 do for jou. cet a r." cer.t t r if-1 bottle fully I ;mr;(H'eil r.r onr money back at K. I' ('. Salkr'H drug etore Keiishuw av ol,t ter: "The cauipaUn conducted by the lJrofedio!.al Women D W'ilwou and .Mrtail league in the New Knglund t.'B'ea during the pjst three weeks has leLL buci.'esr.i; b')ond our widest lrten.. I found :hiL. 1n the factories '.ipb y.ug liii'.d ial.tir, there eite ;nnil iu..or'ti'je of the maniflceut child labor UKiaiaiioii enacted hy Governor V.'ilsou Id Ne Jersey. "In the west our u(Iorl wiil be de voteii prin ipully to th; child labor ij:;-s ion, although e will trli of the grm'. beuehta if the cl(Ternt factory Us that hv been enncted iu New Jersey daring Wilson's administration. ' uuch aa the laws relating to the em ployment of women wage earners, the cum pel luiK of udeT'Lte fro protection In facto! :es and .s' hooly. and the hoiirs in v.t.:ch rhl'.lieti should ".ork iu the 'various liidus'ris. "We bhow the benefits of the w orkiliKi-':. ". s compensation act. wi'ich provides uetin.te s:ius for d-ilnite ,jurie; at:d for deaths involvint; varied relations, .n ot ter woro. we wiil pjt Wilboua record Bp'aiLL-t Roosevelt's and let our audience jade for them- selves. "We are having moving pictures made show'.ni; by f omparisoii the fnr iner miserrthle conditions in the fac toty homes in New Jersey and the present conditions It s up to the work ing n;hn to cast h'.s vcte for the man who has done so much !n his own s'ate to better ordi!ion!, and I be iieve the way to reach this votP Is i through the wife or mother or sif'er ARE MANY CASUALTIES IN A NICARGUAN BATTLE Snn J'an Iel Sur. N'.raraatia. Sept. 2i. Revolutionists yesterday captured San Jorjte, on Lake Nicaragua. While rebel ;;ur.bcats bombarded San .lorpe , another force of insurgents attacked liivas. five miles away, forcins; the Eoveruineiit troo; s to fall back on Cuarie. When the rebel attac k slack- j s,;,,.,. son, JoOO. Lot 10. blk. 2, R. S. Wood Jjurn's adil., Molina. Clark Corbin to Thomas Gainey, $l,St0, part ne M. bw, sec. 4-17-1, east. Frank Samuel Janksfskl to Maud ; Carlson, $-,5t. I.ots 3, 4, blk. 8, town I of CiMtl Valley. ! Hartz, Marshall & Smith to Mabel K. and Caleb Forsell. f 1,200. 1-ot 5,1 b.k. 5, Island View Heights add., Rock j Island. Amelia Crouch to Nina Crouch Chaiinon, SI. Part blk. lb, town of: TELLS STUDENTS TO ESCHEW DRINK President James of Illinois Cites Failures Due to Tobacco and Alcohol. I'rbana, 111., Sept. 20. President Ed mund J. James of the University of Illinois at the opening of the univer- doing of things for which other places offer better or at 'least aa good oppor tunities. "You can learn to dance at home as well as here, I believe. Indeed there are belter dancing-masters In Chicago, or even Blooinington or Decatur, or Sprinj?Qeld, thaa in Urbana-Cham-paign. If you wish to excell In this art, therefore. It would be better to select some other place of residence. You can learn to drink and smoke at any small town In the state of 1111- ruoia, and the elements of poker may ' live minutes. ST6MACS MISER'S la Five Minutes Me-na Stomas!) Tab lets End Qas Fermsntatlon, Sour ness and Any Upset Condition. And Only 60c and Money Back If Dis satisfied. MU ua stomach tablets will relieve a dlsLrossed, sour or gassy stomach lu ened. the j;o criim, lit forces captured a ra,iidlire ;un and r.seri it with such deadly efit(t lh" rebels were obliged 'o retire. The fight lateil five hours, lioth sides 3:f!eri .! iii;ty casiii;!i.t s. Pearby to blk. 3, Hyder & Realty Changes Charles W. Rell to I'.lf.i Cox. lot 1?. bloik 7, Aciib.' addition. MoKue. flW. Charles 1. Cox to V'ilron Parsons. tract in northwest quarter, nmheast quarter, section 4, 17. Iw. i?,ui. Guyer. White 6 Pone t- Aiiia and and Voiet.tine Van Kckiu ,;tt. lot i;;. b'o'-k l.'-i. New Shops buaiiion. K.ist Moline. $:-t'i". Richmond & Robinson to John My ron. Bond, lot 1;".. lirciKtl's addition, ooi'th Rock Il,inrl, f'i.'.'K I ars P. Nitlsen to H:! ia Frc.yd, lot V block 1, Flick's addition, Moline, $1. Max Heeht to Hugo and Emma Hecht. part !o"s and ?A. First addi tion. IMpewood Park. P'o.-k Islend. $1. Mcliiio Trust K Savings bank tc ar: Oscar Nycii.st. $:.ft. I.ot 11, Klmv.oed add, Mclln (Special.) SKiui.cr & Cady to Margaret i'raiii. Jtt0. Lot 1, blk. 1, N. Y. Cady's 1st add., Moline. William K. Paibn- to C.rarft C. Hol ontr.b. J"1"1. Part lots 25. 2. We. K. llailey'e Oak Grove add . Rock Inland. William A. Schroether to Louis Reil- WilliBm W Kraser, ?7:J.0. lot 9 Read's add., Moliue. t Mary A. Daly to Cora C. Fitztdni i n.ohs, $1. rl'art lot 1?, all lot IK, blk. ; i. South l'urk add., Rock Island. 1 i Thomas J. Drennen to Alice 11. lia- V r, $:i'.2.:U. Lots 2, 3, 4, 5. 8, lo, 11, 1.', blk. 15, town of Cordova. C) in Alonzo Siipp to Mubel Anna Ktipp, fl. Lots 1. 2, blk. 1, T. & R. add., Carbon Cliff. the freshman class in part as follows: ., , "Many failures iu the college work be learned even at any cross roads. j In three days they will make the "The one thing you can do better muat miserable or cranky dyspeptic ty for the Iyi2-lftl3 term, epoke to i here than at home 18 to develop your j feel thai thjre Is pleuty ot suusUlne iu i "Daw ling along over your books or J lu a week he will have an appetite your problems or your laboratory ! for and will eat without any bad after work and thinking chiefly of social j tffects food which now causes bis c,!v Mr thin for college students ! or a,h,etlc matters will not bring to stomach to strenuously rebel. in such matters is tate not, touch you !ne 6pinc advantages which unl-1 U couliuued for from two weeks to not, handle not. Seniors and juniors j ve"L"-v oxht to bring. h mouth Ml-o-ua will thoroughly minht build up a most, excellent col- ! very cl,lzen of ,ll,s staU' no t-! renovate and cleauae the stomach and lege tradition it they would prohibit , put inn up wp anape. freshmen ana sopliomores from smok of the iirat two years can be directly traced to alcohol and tobacco. The inc; and drinking, on the ground that they are btill infants, at least la the i r"V " - "J v inuiicuu v ieL, iu inn BuppoiL 01 rent 10 me support or una university. if you have heartburn, sour food, up- If he lies in a house at all, wears!vMUQi i.n,.in.vi in nm.h a,. ness, biliousness, sick headache bad TRAVELING STORES. Portable Shops on Wheels a Curious Feature of Cuban Life. Among the many iiiteres-tiii;: tilings to attract the attention of the tourist iu Cuhu are the traveling stores, con sisting of all sorts of ijueer vehicles vvdiich traverse the city and rural dis tricts. academic sense. A word of warning was also uttered against the undue absorption of time and energy by so-called "sfudeut ac tivities," of which study is not com monly considered an Important one. "College students," naid the presi drj:i, "should follow the tdinple, eco nomic principle of doing at college Not a minute should be lost when a the thing which is of most advantage ! c,lild ahows symptoms of croup. Cham to them at that time and that place, I i,pr, , r.ra,.h Tp,11P(I ve.n , .nfin this institution. The ; miner in his gloomy pit, the weary washerwoman over the steaming tub, the tired mech ic at the plane, one and all are doing their share to help prpvide you with these opportunities and facilities, placed so freely at your disposal." having for other times and other as ,ne (.niil becomes noar8(., ifiTiW'MstltTTrT? PB3BgBa3ffS53CS.TriSW.,v i CLOSE D UNTIL 5:30 P.M. ONLY r vest vBeKT7TirT-nwriigTriwr :?m-vr7XEex3E257iistfmriF FJXttiTzxs 1 Shoe t 1' " - v Models have arrived at our store and we invite you; tion. ir.spec- Never before tave vie had the pleasure of showing eo many tew and original styles. Your choice of leathers In so many shapes we feel we can satisfy you to your entire satisfaction. Low heel "English'' models for men and women. New Hi-toes in patent, dull calf and ldd, the very newest in tans. If yen do not care to buy at present, come and see our efforts to please you. t oiuees the acomrinz of luihits and th , - i These portable shops are constructed ' j aner me croupy cougn appears, in an iugfuious manner so as to dis- i play their wares to the best advantage. Krery article used in a household aud wearing apparel of all kinds are on sale, and the owner of the wagon, - wbih rcs-.-mblos a department store, boasts that be can supply dry good and notion of all kinds, from a paper of needles to a ready made gown. The sides of a shop on wheels are made of glass and so arranged as to give them t!, Hpp"H ranee of a sho; windnv Perfumery i.-t one of the leading iir tides Fold In this way. for. however s poor the native may be, they alwaya ' have money enough to purchase eo j lognes and generally the most expen i give varieties. 1 During carnival season a plentiful pnpidT of masks, caps and grotesTic ' suits Is added to the stock. Men w ii'.i pushcarts ladeu with linens and laces or cooking utensils (o about the streets of Havana, offering their goods to lL women who cautiously peer out from behind barred wiadov.s. These carts Lave tbe appearance of a street organ V and are pushed among the splendid ! N smooth avenues of the city with ease Often men wiil carry their stock, displaying- it on a poie to which cross- rtu bHp'.-i hflra tiPpn fnsrncwt Ui.p the old fashioned clotheshorse. Toys : Q , also form a part of the stock of these a ; human delivery wagens. Leslie's i H 1 Weekly. wU, samp.e dreams or any kind of stomach trouble put your faith In Ml-o-ua stomach tab lets. For men who eat, smoke or drink too much two tablets before going to bed will mean a clear houd and cheerful disposition in the morning. Fifty cents is all a large box of Ml-o-na stomach tablets costs at the Thomas Drug Co., and leading drug gists everywhere. Write Booth's Ml- o-na. Buffalo, N. Y. for free trial SATURDAY I This store will be closed SA1 URD A Y, Sept. 21, until 5:30 p. m., on account of Jewish Holiday (Day of Atonement). Store will be open jrom 5:30 to 10:30 p. m. Saturday. Note this carefully. ohe oston Exclusive Footwear 1726 Second Ave. Rock Iiland The Turbins. The first steam turbine fitted vessel was constructed by the Hon. C. A Parsons at his works at Newcastie-on-Tyns. Tbe Turhinla. a smnll Teasel, a hundred feet In length, made her trial trip Not. 4, lSIVi. The system rapidly developed owing to Increused sp.erd of the rtssels fitted with turbine engines and tbe economy effected In coal. Im provements were made in their con struction, and today the turbine ship U popular the world over. ! Ptprtulng. "Were there laughter and cheer dartaf your apeeeht" j "Well," anevered the youthful slates- i man. ''there wervn't many cheers, but , bow sad thea people la the audience j : looked at ene aaether and laughed." ; I Wi.btBrtea Star. ! Because tomorrow is a holiday which we observe by closing our store until 5:30 p. m., we will make some exceptional bargain offerings to our customers for the hours between 5:30 and 10 p. ra. We want to accomplish as much in these four and a half hours Saturday, as we would otherwise accomplish in a regular Saturday's business day. Read the bargains given below and we believe you will come Saturday night and help us, because- these are offerings you CANNCT AFFORD TO MISS. 100 Silk Petticoats Taffetas. m'f-salines boautlful changeable and Cowered designs, val ues marked ?5 every- "I I (J where, Saturday night vl"' 40 Dozei Percale Dressing Sacques All are cw fall patterns, exceptional ly well rr.&de and great values at the regular price of 63 cents (sizes 34 to 44) oniy one to a cub- '2 0,. J7t tomer at Undermuslin Dept. 6f dozen cornet covers, lae and em broidery trimmed, varied colored rib bons sold everywhere at 39 c?nts; from 5:30 to 10 p. m. Saturday light they will be priced at Q only 4 yC (One to a customer). 25 Silk Finish Beaver Hats To go on sale Saturday night only values you'll see with $6.50 tags oa In other stores, here (JO Qq only vJtfj Alts Sharp. "Visa Felly's rather la a man who j ! ia bluet" j U be wasted ta knew the other ! ! night if I were enmiug t tbe point. I HalUffiur Aoaeneaa. 41 5-TH JTRaiT C OS SHAN LEADS OTHERS FOLLOW j ILL.