THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS, THURSDAY, MARCH 27, 1913.
IN FIERCE BATTLE
Gum Chewing Babies Go to the i fringe
Mat as Result of Clash at
"Bear Cat" Dance. i
was proven last night at Armory hall,
during the process of a dance.
Two enticing young damsels were
"bearing" their way through the whirl
ing throng, whf-n they met in the cen
ter of the floor with a dull tickening
thud, and the air was immediately dec
orated with a pale blue brimstone
1 Y ou can cut tne cost ot living it you do your trading at mis store g
"Say, you tacSy stiff, ran t you open
your glim? and watch the sun rise?
The bed room is three doors to your
POLICE STOP THE AFFRAY
Mabel Treada en Sadie's Tenderert
Corn and Hostilities Are
the bell," snapped the
Dress shield demonstration
A special representative is here
thiB week explaining the merits of
Na ad dress shields. Naiad shields
are free from rubber; can be boiled;
, do not deteriorate, and are gnar
anteeed. First Floor.
Ita! ill Staff
Afternoon tea parties
Many Tri-city ladles are enjoying
the privilege of entertaining
friends at afternoon tea and cards
in private rooms of our our Din
ing Room. l'olite, attentive ser
vice. Fifth Floor.
When swaying over the ball room
floor ,to the seductive strams of "The
Hunny Hug," or "The Chicken Rag,"
it Is not considered good form to navi
gate the waxed surface without a
mariners' chart or compass, lest you
collide with a stray female liner, tread
i.pon her tender corn, dislodge two or
thre puf?B aiid ruffle her uncertain
(iippogition. Absent-minded collisions
lire Invariably trouble akrs, and
'he conventional "I beg your pardon"
noes not alwavs restore tranquility, as
"Go on your cheap carmel dipper.
If I had a pair of barges like you've
got, I'd quit making the floor r3fters
bend, and nail a freak job in the
dime muEPum or the penny arcade."
"Oh, gosh, my poor corn," was the
come back of the gum chewing dam
se", who immediately threatened ven
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When the dance broke up. Spear- j
mint Mabel waited at the door for her
enemy, and Inside of two seconds the '
battle was on. Tiie air was filled with ,
flying hairpins, ra's, puffs, chamois!
skins and hat pins. j
The belligereu's were separated, but j
renewed hostilities in front of the j
C. J. Smith printery. where they came I
together like a couple of bo-: cars, an !
went to the gr.vjml in a heap of skin?,
arms and legs. The scratching and hair
pulling was sloppeci by a police o 'fl
eer, who was at'racted to the scen.j
by the shrieks of the combatans.
No arrests were made.
FOR GREV, FADED, DRY, LIFELESS
AND FALLING HAIR.
No fiw, healthy hair can grow If
your s'a'p Is covered with dandruff
t r'd of it at, once with Hay's Hair
Health. Ther is nothing so reliable,
f-o sure to relieve the itching and irri
taMnn; to thoroughly cleanse the sca'.p
"f rinndruff. (;t a bottle today. A few
nj plications will remove dandruff re-
Htoic- the trey hiiir to its natural youth
ful color and bring back the vitality,
! istre and beamy t yoirr hair. Hun-cl-erls
of people write tin every day that
lliiv' Ha'r Health h been the only
Br.j s home of Relay Bros.
For express, call William Trefi.
Trl-Clty Towel Supply company.
Independent Express Co. West 981.
Kerler Rug company for vacuum
cleaning and rug making.
Our B. B. serge at $33 Is the best
value ever offered. J. B. ZimineCt
Six per cent farm mortgages. Lltten
4 Roberts, People's National bank
Coal, coal. coal. The Rock Island
i' ally satisfm-tory preparation that.'uel company win oeuver to you an
hey ,av' ever imed for dandruff and 'the best trades of nard and soft coai.
r y hair Ward McMahoo will give you
Your droKgist 111 guarantee it, estimates on your plumbing, steam
Vv-f. SiKii this adv. aud take it tojsud hot water heating that will save
tii" !, lowing dniKKlft and gt a .Vir i you money.
i - or Ha Hair Health and a 2t,r j ( all at Crawford atid S'auton's Club
c'iike nf liarlliia Soap for ,Vk or tl ; smoker, opposite Harper house, where
l.ofl" of Hay's Hair Health aud two ' they have a full line of clear Havanas,
-". cak"B of llarflna Soap. free, for $1. !Kev West and domestic cigars.
T. H. Thomas Druj Co.,
H. T. Hsrtz.
Public Service Company of
SAMUEL INSULL. President
'I i-rjitinK in densely settled territory
6 Cumulative Preferred Stock
TAX EXEMPT IN THE 1
STATE OF ILLINOIS
l.;,ri 'M!s mure than two and one half
tiim-K dividend requirements.
Price at Market
To Net Better Than 6
Russell, Brewster & Co.
116 West Adams Street
Collins & HammericK are ready to
give estimates and do ail kinds of
carpenter work. Shop location ltS
Klghfh aventie. I'hoiie vest "L0.
Dunsmore Sc. O'Conneli smoke house
and billiard parlors, corner of Tweu-
! tieth street and Fourth avenue. Every
brand of good cigars and all kinds oi
, smokers' supplies.
! Mueller Lumber company will ei
ftb'e you to build u fine house or barn
out of the cholct st select lumber aud
iyou will be surprised and yet pleased
RESH FISH I
Telephone West 1092
1718 Third Avenue.
Orders sent to us by mail
are fiiled promptly aud with care
Our mail order business is going ahead by wide
strides, outstripping the records of other rears week
by week. We take it as the highest possible recom
mendation of the quality of our goods, and as a posi
tive indication that people are able to do better at
Harned & Von Maur's, when both our mail order and
our local business are going ahead
Thousands of people who can
not come to the store find that
sending their orders to us is an
entirely satisfactory method of do
ing their shopping.
Of course, nothing can quite take
the place of a personal visit and in
spection of the goods, but if
you cannot come, by keeping in
touch with our advertising togeth
er with the splendid service offered
by our mail order department, you
can order the things you need Just
as satisfactorily as those who come
In personally to make selections.
Another advantage our mail or
der customers have is the fact that
We prepay transportation
chire within 150 miles
zone 2, shown on the map.
Orders of $5 or over are delivered
free anywhere within zone 3, as
shown in the map.
This feature enables our out-of-town
patrons to have their goods
delivered to the home town, just as
our tri-city patrons have packages
delivered to their homes.
ri iowa AyL
l "X ,kk,,,y j
I lot 30 miUi
2- ZonclM)nu)os I S
Suits hard to equal for $15 1
Our suit stock was selected with a view of meeting every de
mand for stylish and moderately priced garments. This fact
is demonstrated with unusual force in the splendid suits we
are showing at $15. Cleven tailored styles of tine service
able, serges, diagonals and mixtures. The color range includes
navy, Copenhagen, tan and gray; lined with silk messaline.
You can rest assured that In every
detail of tailoring and workmanship,
these are beyond question splendid
garments. Those wanting practical,
serviceable suits caTinot do botterthnn
to buy one of these suits at $15.
' We invite all to make use
of our mailorder department.
The fact that we offer a stock
of merchandise that compares very
favorably with the largest stores
aWwhere, and that our prices are
as low, and in many cases lower
than prevail in any other section
oif the country, makes it profitable
for all to shop here.
We willingly exchange goods or
refund money on any transaction
that is not entirely satisfactory, no
matter whether the purchase is
made at the counters or through
the mail order department.
Smart French serge dresses
$5, $5.95, $6.95 and $10
Some are in navy, Copenhagen, tan and gray trimmed with
ratine collars and piping of contrasting colors. The serge is
a fine hand-twisted quality that will give " excellent- wear.
Money never bought more value than you get in these
One very attractive dress if of French
serge In navy", tan, Copenhagen, cadet,
and gray finished with collars and
cuffs of white serge embroidered in
Bulgarian colors; a Q!"
remarkable value wyt)
Anyone that does not want to pay
more for a pretty dress will find these
at $10 to race' their highest expecta
tions; made or finest French srgo;
collars and cuffs are of
heavy Bulgarian silk
We are ready with plenty of tub silks
For practical dresses, waists and for men's shirts, these hold first place, be
cause they are always pretty, and when soiled, a trip to the laundry makes
them like new. Not a single good color or design is missing; mostly hairline
stripes and small figures on colored grounds; yaid $1.
We have a very good assortment in crepe de
chines and Canton crepes in spite of the fact
that these fabrics are scarce owing to the strike
among the dyers; 40 inches wide; $1,65 and $2.50
Beautiful brocaded crepps In black, ivory, pink,
baby blue, Copenhagen and wistaria; a ric h qual
ity; 40 inches wide; j'flrd, $2.50.
be held in Galesburg this year, be
cause of its central location. The
schools to compete will be Rock Island,
Moline, Davenport. Princeton, Canton,
Monmouth, Kewane and Ualesburg.
to learn the low prices they are mak
ing. Souders Laundering company at 501
603 Twelfth street This laundry I
equipped with the very latest modern
machinery, turning out work that is
uot surpassed by any laundry in th
Kain & Reinhardt cigar store still
akes the lead. Most liberally patron
ized Everything in tobacco, cigars
ar.d smokers' supplies. 5lan is never
better satisfied than when smoking !
theii- choice brands. . o.. n Tt
, Mississippi 'Is Still Coming Up
The Rock Island Lumber and Manu- ; , .
facturins company, lumber and build-! But Observer Thinks Crest
!ng material for ail purposes, houses, i ' Is Here.
granaries, we ui give you ao
'ANOTHER RISE IN
RIVER IS NOTED
I mission in the county court this morn
j ir.g. The matter was heard before
! Judge B. S. Bell by Dr. J. P. Comegys
, and Dr. G.'U. Kyster. Mossbarger will
be taken to Watertown. The patient
i is the man who caused a commotion at
! the Rock Island station recently by his
I attempts to kiss a number of women
j who happened to be in the station.
opportunity to save a big per cent Let
: us be of service to you.
j Math's baKery ana confectionery
I store, the finest in the trt-cities.
I Bred, cakes, pi-38, cookies and hot
I lolls. They can't be beat. Most peo
ihey are superior to any home
Let them serre you.
The Mississippi is still coming up.
The reading today was 12.7 feet above
low water mark, which is a rise of .7
of a foot over the stage of yesterday.
The river at K:ui Claire, Wis., this
morning stood at, S feet.
Observer J. M. Sherier states that
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M I con
ah:ng. iei mem serve juu. : rh randitinns favor falling staees as
ii. E. Lamp, piamblng, steam and . far south as Muscatine. He thinks
hot water heating, gas fitting. His ' tbe water is as hish as it will get, in
efficient knowledge of the business , Island and that nood conditions
) ltly entities him to your patronage, j wu not exist.
His sbop has all modern equipments
THAI VE HAVE A
RIGHT TO BLoV OUR
VE MAKE THE 5E.ST
BREAD AND CHOICEST
EATABLES IN THIJ"
VE TAKE A POSITIVE PRIDE IN OUR
BAKERY. ONLY THE BET INGREDIENTS
THE MARKETS ArroRD Go INTO EVERY
THING VE MAKE, AND IP BETTER THINGS
COULD BE MADE VE VOULD MAKE THEM; BUT
THEY CAN'T. IP YOU HAVEN'T VISITEDoUR
PLACE. Co ME IN TODAY AND SEE THE DE
LICIOUS AND APPETIZING THINGS YOU CAN
BUY TOR A SMALL SUM. OUR THINGS
TASTZ SO GOOD VE KNoV YOU WILL COME
BACK AGAIN OFTEN.
Everything in plumbing supplies.
M. R. Iglenart, marbie and granite
worris. save you the middleman's prot
its. From 15 to 25 per cent saved on
every monument and ail kinds of mon
umental work. Call at our shop on
Second avenue and see for yourself.
W are the leaders for up-fdate
! ' laundry work. Lath shirt finished
y Land and put up in a carton, msur- '
work. Delivered to you in good i
Edition. We gu&;antee no cracked,
cellars or cuffs. City Stjt-s laundry.
i Reid fc Bollmac, 417 Seventeenth
! street j
Beautiful lavn is me object of just;
pride and constant admiration. At
; O Hara's feed s'ore is the place to buy
the choicest Kentucky blue grass seed
at 20c per pound; mixed lawn grass
; se d I jc per pound; white clover seed
50c per pound. T. S. O'Hara, 1420
' Seventh avenue.
j Johnson's Wood Dy is not a mere
! stain not simply a surface dressing.
I It is a real, deep-seated dye, that goes
to the very heart of tne wood ana
I stays there fixing a rich and perma
ntat color. Johnson's Wood Dye is
mace In 14 standard shades. For sale
by Lerch A Greve. 2002-2004 Fourth
FIND MOSSBARGER IS
Charles Mossbarger was found to be
In need of mental treatment by a com-
About 40 members of Allouez coun
cil No. 6.r8 Knights of Columbus are
pli-nning to attend the initiation at
Monmouth Sunday, March 30. A spe
cial train over the Rock Island South
ern will leave Rock Island at 10:30 in
the morning, arriving there about
The degree work will be conferred
bj a Chicago degree team, led by State
Deputy James Hackett of that city. A
banquet will be served in the evening
at 8 o'clock at the Colonial hotel. Some
of the leading K. C.'s of the state will
s eak at the spread. The special train
will leave for Rock Island after the
banquet. About 50 candidates will be
taken into the Monmouth council.
Joachin Schroeder, 1010 West
Kighth street, Dave.nport, suicided
this afternoon by hanging himne.f in
I the woodshed at his home. The mun
I was d'2 years of age and it is supposed
that the act was the. result of a fit ot
. temporuy Insanity, lie is survived by
a widow and three children. It il
I doubtful whether an inquest will be
lit Id by thu Scott county authorities
! as no doubt exists as to the reason
and manner of death.
SAFE DEPOSIT VAULTS
Davenport Will Meet Monmouth i
and Latter Will Compete
With Kewanee in Event.
1716-1716 2ND AVE.
PHONE V. 156
The finals In the Big Eijiht high
school debating contest will be tK-ld
next Monday evening. The Daven
port team will go to Monmouth 'o
m-et th- affirmative nam of that p'ace
composed Of Everett Shiaiin. John;
French ad Fred P.oyd. The Daven-j
port sq'iad ie composed of Bnjce Par- ;
sons. Curtis Bush and Harold Thuen- ;
en. The Monmouth nt tjative team will ;
' o to Kt-anee to debate the same ev- i
enlcg. These on the Maple city team ;
are Jam-s Smith. lTiford Hottie and i
Fr- derick Iiudi-r. I
Th Big Eight atLietic contest is to '
It's time for a change
Nature is donning her
Spring garb and balmy
days are at hand. We've
a magnificent line of
fcr Spring and Summer
and can guarantee you
more individuality, better
tailoring, handsomer de
signs, longer wearing ser
vice at a price you'll like
to pay. Lfct us shbw you.
$22 to $40
(By Associated Press)
Chicago, March 27. Hog receipts
19,0mi; slow, steady to shade higher
than yesterday's average. Bulk sales
9.209.35; light 9.10ft 9. 4n; mixed 9.o
i9:37ls; heavy 8Sofi9.35; rough S.80
8.95: pies 7. loft 9.20.
i Cattle receipts 4,000; strong. Beeves
j 7.00ft 0.10 ; Texas steers C.fiO'6 7.70;
j western steers i3ti 8. 2o ; stockersand
j feeders ti.10fjs.20; cows and heifers
3.757 8.10; calves f;.50fj9.6O.
Sheep receipts 8,000; steady to shade
higher than yesterday's close. Native
5.75ffjG.C0: western 5. 90ft 0.6't ; year
lings fi.8(i(fi 7.75: lambs native 0.75fi
8.50; western 7.'i!fif ".50.
LOCAL MARKET CONDITIONS.
March 27. Following are the whole
sale quotations on tne local market
Creamery butter, 35'tC
Dairy butter, 30c.
Lard. 1211c per pound.
Fresh eggs, 17c
Storage egj;s, 12Vc.
Old potatoes, 50c to 60c.
New potatoes, 4c to 5c per pound.
Cabbage, 1" r pound.
Onions, lc per pound.
Feed and Fuel.
Timothy hay, $18 to $20.
Oats, 32c to 35c.
Wheat, 85c per bushel,
corn, 50c to 51c.
Coal Lump, per ton, 2 .25; !a:k.
Hiatal m) 1 1 il'
k-'-c.-, j .1 , tc; i it sa w WG
H S CABLE PRts
H P.HULL v pw
r OtCLlMAAflLI VPIt
IF I WERE YOU, I WOULD START A BANK AC
COUNT. IT IS HARD FNOUGH TO MAKE BOTH ENDS
MEET WITHOUT FIGURING ON THE UNEX
PECTED. NEVERTHELESS THAT DREADFUL THING, THE
UNEXPECTED. WALKS RIGHT IN YOUR DOOR
UNANNOUNCED AND UNINVITED AND SUR
PRISES, STARTLES AND SHOCKS YOU.
BETTER ST RT TO SAVE NOW AND HAVE A
LITTLE MO.EY IN THE BANK, YOU WILL
-4 INTEREST PAID ON SAVINGS
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; j The Progressive Party is the modern up-to-date H
Cxclwivc Lacal DetW is fmt
ClotKea TaSoraJ to Order by
Li V. Prc L Co. Ciucm
ILLINOIS THEATRE BLDO.
j Rheumstism Relieved ri a few Hours.
! N. B. Langiey. Madison. Wis., says:
' "I was almost helpless w'.tb rheums
; Usm for about five months Had it in
; my neck so ', could Dot turn my bead
j and all through my Dody. I tried thres
i doctors and many remedies without
any relief whatever until I procured
. Dr. Detcbon's Relief for Rheumatism,
; In a few hours the pain was relieved
' sxd in three days the rheumatism was
! completely cured and I was at work-"
j Eold by Otto Grotjan, 1501 Second a?e
I aue. Rock Island: Gtict Scblegel & Son.
! 220 West Second street, Davenport
The Progressive Party is the modern up-to-date
Party. Vote its ticket April 1 st.
Help strengthen the Party. A National Party un
der present conditions must have back of it a Local
The Progressive Candidates are able, honest, high
Vote' for Holmgrain for Police Magistrate. An
intelligent, able, high-minded young man.
It is either Holmgrain cr. Smith Which do you
Elect Holmgrain and the entire Progressive Ticket,
and have a New Deal.
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