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THE ROCE ISLAND ARGUS, SATURDAY, APRIL 12. 1013.
JAPAN WILL NOT CUT '
Lnrffe .tendance on Kand to
Witness A.hletic Program j
Pre vidcfl by Coraniit'ee. !
The Ffco:n: "stag" event at the Rock
Inland club attracted nearly 2d0 of the
ir.-mhfr of the orgar.'zatlon last nifiht
liDtl a vny i r f urrr al time was enjoy
ed. The tj.';.it-rs (rathered about 8
o'clock and fpmt an hour In the game
rrcrr.R. boulir.g alleys and lounge, af
ter which th-y repaired to the banquet
hull v. hero ut o'clock the athlMlc
prrirrain v. -i comm'-nccd. Ar'hur Salz
tiM r: :! ri'jli'p champion bowler, act
ed as rVree fur a wrestling bout and
tv o f.;.arr:r,e exhibitions. In the first
Slippery Ad ;phson and Young Webber
the 1m't r of Calcsburg, exhibited their
j,rr -A-r.us, whi'h showed the local man
ti.f s jp-rior. "Young" Hammer and
"Vf.u:iK" Durgy of Moiine amused the
Fp.-'-tators with, a comic boxing match
i.nd the fnal number on the card was
n n-a'ch be' ween "Young" Evers and
Jukie Roth .
A f-' x et and a quartet sang several
P'T.rfi bervc-n the bouts and at their
cr t.cl -ifilon, the rathBkeller In the hase-re--nt
nt thrown open and lunch was
hi rvfd to those who desired It.
The April entertainment committee
hi j nvlrrc i n determination to provide
i..'i:iM'ii.t nt fi,r the membership.
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SJSVES YOU MCMEY
The more profits you escape during this high-cost-of-Hving era; the better able you are to live within
your income and still have everything you need to make you contented. Our wonderful BUYING
POWER, therefore, makes this store the logical headquarters for people who work on salaries.
We Save Yen From lO to 50 on Everything
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I." - ,.iv t J. ::;
1 ' Mr. and
I Made of sold oak throughout
do veneers to crack or warp
; nv.t cf shape, has a large beau
, tiful top, highly polished, heavy
pedestal and colonial scroll
Isn't it much more satisfactory to you when buying goods
to see the articles just as they are going to look in your
home? That is just the wav we show our goods, everything
in separate rooms as shown in cut, and if you haven't all the
money just have it charged and save from 10 to 50 per
cent on your purchase.
Just like cut, guaranteed acid
proof brass bed, very massive
two-inch posts, 10 heavy fillers.
A guarantee bond with every
Leather Slip Seat
Chair similar to cut, as good
as most $4.00 chairs.
Mrs. Lars Anderson.
will f.'ra'iua?e wi'h h'pu
hoiiorsf 'Juesday eveiiii k. Apr.l
he i xercines will Uike pioce !n
i'...! town hall ar,d the following
pr'ir::i::; h'.s been announced:
l:.oeat:on Ke-. Alfred Dixcn,
M.-rth- Dr hestra.
'uiory Joel H N'. hr!s.
A-Uti-ess Hon. J. K. Scott.
":rij-B History Emma A. Ni'e.
' i! " h' s-tra.
Fay M. Rh(adiirner.
i'": ' :: !nt Lillian Hass-ou.
' " ch".-I
rrophepy Ethel G. GuldenzopL
'';.!''! (lor; - iul.a I. . .- : "dt.
I'll--.' :.'u'i"!i i.f r'imaf-H'rry
S. ji.,bin, i! si ! nt of li'.o fcii'Ml
f'.eii-flicM-ir. Itv. Alfred I.xot.
The i'iiub motto 1 "W'p finish to be
t " th- cliiKS roloro i; re purp!" aiid
-'I i --r, J tti" ( hiv 1! ,.t ;s t!. Anieri-
..!: ' ( -inty t"se. l-'c! Vr ini; arc tlie
l .Tii. (f the (rralua,e.-i : H. Nich-
!f, .lul.ii Theodora M. Seefeldt. Faye
'ir.-nre; rli-'H-hirriicr, ll'h'-I fliace
O'lMetJzopf, Pauline Ella liowman,
t i. I'f.'i.'-, flli.:i,.i Ann-, a ''.:.
I.'!! t.i !.;. n :nn (.: V.".!l'n:u N!e.
The Kj'woi tli leKi:e v. HI h ild i'i
ri ;;ular ni"' t'r.p nt the Jioni C'f M'f -
i- '.u C'll r;, .; :tid;iy ( culi.. Apr;; H.
j.t v r'.ock. ' I'lle impcr' p.lit h'.lBlr.'pg
)' tr;i:s:n t"d ; i.d t.11 in' iuierB i.rc
." .( d to fit'e!id
The Minis'.-. Carrie iind a H.-.w-n
;iti cf Kui k Island spent Sunday at
t!if home '. 'h ir par':i's, Y.r. tiud
lri .Iciihk H'iw:u:in of M'lati.
Kridej tiir.j. May ". a' s o'clcck.
' V. liifh p: hoot Aiutri.l ussocia
'. ti wUl held its anr-.ia b;H"i';tt at
! ' V.:an t'uvn hall. The l:i''-n will
i e".t . thus" wishi:-: a i'l-.'e re
I u i-i notify 'he re'j.t y, Mis
Ct ..i .1 i;; '.'.it n April
Vashln-rton. April If T.ars Ander
son, Ameiican amhas-iador to Japan.
who has i !3t arrived with his wife
frcrn the crio:,L, dt-s not think th
is any serious danper of friction
i tv. en 7"n:t d s'atcs ar.d 'he
k&'lo'g povernriirnt. He scouts the
.that .la; an i-jutempatf8 aay reu
j t.ion of its appropriation for a Japan
-'..' at tt'e :iania-Pacltc ex;;osi
jti(,:i. to be h' Id in Sal Francisco in
i t fi t r , on account of aTlfi-.Tapartese leg-
apainst their people in this country."
"If J;'p-r. ilii'B rea
: tii.n," tars An
i m1 asur' cf I
' l!n- ' .h a p' nrrf.i p llcy of r trench
! in ..'.. Culiforniii Fii'iit! 1 hear in tried,
llio'ic.cr. th.t t'it Jat'tui' se are very
i e'-anltive a::'l undouh't-iliy woaid re
j seut a y attempt to discriminate
j i;s p'x-ple in this country."
j And rjc!i j firru-d in h'.a re??s:a-
. t!o;i to IV.-ji'.lr ,t Wi'son 'il 1 e.p i'S
(to r ave ir at '-ii"'1.. ile has I ' e-1 1 rr :,.
r.ec'ed with the dipl' n;at c scrvlc- for
"ti years sial is now desirous of retir
itip for ror. !. His; private nlfairo re-
mi ire all a" . u.:cn.
T Y"rM " r al V Jrj'1y jy-ai
It's the greatest value ever offered by any store, when you see it and compare it with
other rugs that you have seen you really would expect to pay at least $22 for it, big
line of patterns and colorings.
H lilt I
II J NN? V- & j . Jul
b re..ce us appropria- ?.;. . .., 'i3?.'-2 W j
.':frso-t, -it wid be a htXf&Zf-'
essarv ecniuncy and in I; V W
$16.00 Brussels rug,
High prade bniB?els rug, 1.12
can depend ott for service.
size, the kind you
$27.50 Wilton velvet Rur.
si?e 0x12 . . . . JSbndfoe
This rug is a reai wilton velvet, all one piece, has
These rugs have that rich, luxurious appearance that adds so much to the tone of the
loom. They are woven ol the soft silky thread that is to be found only in Bundhar
Wilton Rugs, the patterns are the most wonderful, beautiful, soft oriental effects
inat you have ever seen,
rug, it will do you good to
matter what size.
Come :n and look at them even if you don't intend to buy a
sec thtm. Eundhar Wiltons arc made- to fit any size room no
White Enameled Child's
Our No. 1053. It's a big
massive bed. Price includes
Cotton Felt Mattress
Made of all real cotton felt,
covered with a fine art ticking.
i;t. and address the c.
Hi!i.'e returntd to l. r
w.'.k's vitlt with !'ri' l.'ii
"H!"r'l and d t . fr
Ti. ''hanih'T.- of .S--aton,
;ltor-- t t" Mr.
1. 1 th.
M. P mm ' y i if '!.
. w 11 l.cid r aiititini M..
tnv. :i hail Thursday, May
li.-'it will he tiU'ri
: i . r il! he servi
.' '.t'.'ll '.n'.!- '11 31 '1
1 , i 1 ' w " r . V la :
, I I'D
-a Zahn, Mrs C. A.
; a;i d a
.n a.- H ;
i . .i.i
1 C H. Mi i.u'U'l.l
T' 'lav f-ort! I
: 'i 'm v . li.'hi in I .I'tii't1.!.
l-i reii. . S inpson vf Hoc
is a Milan inll-T W t:. .!.
Mr i.ona Campbell and family
fii'v .1 nto the McMieha'M priiperty on
V .!l,ai,-s ireet from 'ht Hawkins
jmiJmvv mi Went llicksi'u wtrtft.
K-v Mr. 1 ; x :i li;ies iuai Ttiodity
fiT litba to attend the tn:a ..-teruii
li. ' t i us of the I'tviriu nad Hock U
iatal ri. strict. Ulshi.p W. K. McDowell
v ill he i
I. a -.ri b
Ix :s and
V en '.. !
he las 1,
ll'S lltil -te
If' v. M
rv h"!'.' d
I'.i d i: - V '! Ij
1 e.i i-. ,(; (;! y
lat' li :: ' y
The work has I e
I'Tian h-.'-eh It l;:i
s;x ' a-'.'i a : 'i'
Ar'Mr ti. ..;; !- !' .-.! h' -re last
w. k fri'tn Florida v i.' : i.- in eii
lookinp fcfter the farm cf his hroih r
tnlaw, Fred Clow of M'.lan.
Mrs Her' ha David v5sit d Sun lay in
Mrs. Aiiiiii Johnston of ll'irl: lla!.i!
vis.iei) '''.!-', h'.y aft riK-on w itii Mis.
I Ail 1 1 :. i. : ;n.
! iir. a::d Mrs Ferry Sirumoi.s of
Bowlir.r spent Wedn sday evea'r.? at
1 !! I1
I'.A cVtvJ M
Second Ave., ISock Esland, EII.
the home of Mr. and Mn. Will-am Y.
Mdst-ad cf Milan.
Wil'iam Bradley and f;'n;i!y moved
t 1".'" k ii-h ad Uis w-- !:
Tuc.dny the villain clftion takes
phice. D.o haliot is as follows:
Jtidi.pi ader.t parly:
' i r i't 1 -:-. i-i. , . years
Moline's New High School, To Be Erected
Without Delay, at a Total Cost of
r- cc .
in on the
I : ra-s-
Me le M-
p d W. '
. . ;auc- !
M. Rauhcr- I
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One V,'ay Colonist Tickets
March 15 lb April 13
ta Nnn ?ai:".; C "t.
Tickets har.orc i in ,T jtrr'st
SJedpinjCars wpcr. Fiyme-.t
of:.berth rate a'o-.it half
the'-standard Pui'-r.an fare.
Choice c Tfirao Rot-f
Via Cclcn io Scn. Rcjte to SU Lake C ry tknc .Wt!:cm
P'.S'Sc through Feihur R ver Ctnyo : ; v Ceictdc S .-arc Soj.c to
?". Like City and Caer tha'nott.Sbutccn Ftc : , v. 4 I ?art t-d
Nov .".iex..o t. d rect rout of l-wsst lixd: :n cr--ect'cn w.:.i
t'-e E. P. & S. W. r.d :T-n Fi.-z.
N ( . tic r and I'n-tessor H'-l-
'!.- ::l'a:: 'li.t, - ::,,! ). ,1
I-,'- ;i.i iti Uock
Itemize Hull has taken a posi-
a. .Mrs A.e welsh s nr.iiinery
stcre in Hoik Inland. Plie is learning
tv- -Hi'l-V 1
Mi liene S.Tilpaush of Milan sp' nt j
V.'i ir.-sd.-v nr. tiie home of Miss lluth j
R tve in Rock Island. j
John Utck of R ira! was a Milan
caller Thursday afternoon.
Mrs. Mae Fischer has been spending
a few days at the home of her sister,
Mrs. Harry Lundell of Molice.
Thomas OHara of Pxck Island visitr
ed Sunday at th home of Mr. aid
Mrs. John Campbell and family.
Mr. ar-d fra. Albert Danlelson and '
children spsT.t Sunday with Mr. Dan-!i''ie Aloert, w ere entertained at sup-j Saturday ho s-o her mother v. ho was
ie'son's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Gus jptr at the home of Daniel Rosemotd very sick and who dierl Monday, April
Sunday. 7. The funeral was held Wcdnetday.
Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Schulra of j B F Love one of the old,it rf.sl.
Blue Island are visiting at the home of !rtentB f Rhprrani nn,i n r,M f,i,ir
died at his home Friday morning',
t , Jli-iif 'r"r. it . - f ) r (f " v,,l . t
-tMi-i "VCf -5 rip 7-: Mi
ViV:ll:, ;; Uf Ail fe;
number came. The next meeting will
be at Mrs. Charles Walther's home in
Mr. and Mrs. Duthr Sohafer visit
ed the former's sister, Mrs. A. L.
Mead, last Sunday.
John Moore and sons visited friends
in .uma Sunday last.
Mrs. D. W. Mumma was In Port ny
ron last, Saturday.
D. W. Muiiniia was a business caller
in Joslin Friday.
Fidelia class met at Mrs. Frank
Wake's home Saturday afternoon.
George Wainw'riRht of Osborn was In
j Tort I'.yron Saturday,
j Row Hill Aid society tieid a busl
: ness meeting at the church Wednesday
j Word has been received of the death
'of Mrs. Katie Cumber (nee Ilaller) of
I Mrs. D. V. Mutnina Is sick with ery
HOW TO TREAT
Tenta'ive plans for Moline's new h'nh srhc.o! hu'luing, suhmitt'd j' intly by Hetiry ckland of that city r.nd
Norman Patton of Chicago, whith find favor in tlie yes rrt Moiine hoard mem' ( rs. This view shows th new
building as it will appear from the exu rior. Interior details of construction are yet to be. Worked out.
Mrs Albert Rosenior.d. Mabel and ; card mines, weut to her home in Orion
Danielsoa cf near Andalueia.
cr. en rrt
F. H. PLUMMER Ticket Agent.
2ti St. Cepot, Rock If and.
HAL. S. RAY, AUlan Grnerrl Fatcnf er Ajfsl
Dm Moino, Iowa
Mr. and Mrs. Iewia '
Mr. ar:d Mrt. Lea Pot3n aEd chil
dren Charles and Clara of Moiine were
euertft!r.e5 at the homes of Mrs. Pcs
ttn'i futhcr, Charle l-dmac, acd her
inter, Mr. Fd Beards'.ey, Sunday.
The Miss-ss Mae and Fay Smith of
Moiine were entertained at the home
of their brother, C. W. Smith, Sunday.
Mrs. B. A. Heunecan is staying with
her daughter, Mia. LeP.oy Hampton
Th many frlecde of Lloyd Schlue-
Aprtl 4, after a lingering- illeesa. The
funeral was held Sunday at trie Con
gregational church, lie leaves to
mourn a widow and four sorts. Will of
She received ma:
The hoste?s nerv
Mrs. Gurney Farrow returned to her
home at Silvia Sat irday afier a wee k's
visit with her daughter, Mrs. Sam
I.an?3ton. Mrs. Maud Yolk ai d son '
Klwood accompanied her home and j
btayed till Monday. j
Mr. and Mre. Joseph Srevens return
ed home Monday evening tftcr a 10
luc:ol Joces made a buiic-s trip to 1 ter, soa of ?Jr. and Mn. August Sch'.ue
Eat Me!ln Tuesday. j ter. who Is confined In the Molina c''y
Mr. and Mrs. Earnest Ehhenor are 1 r.oarltal, having undergone arx eppra
the par-cte of a baby bsy. horn Tnes-1 tlon. are pierced to hear that ha ! on
day, April S. '. the way to reccvoiy,
Albert Roerr.cr.d mada a business ! Fra. Maast-n cf Kock Inland was a
trip to Rock Is'ar.d Tuesday, 1
A-m. il. Shay and daughter I-eura 1
er Vcr.10 buslnesii ctilors Saturday,
Mrg. Charles Be'.cwiiV! wa a Mo.ir.e
.Mr. 1 '.:d Mrt- 1 e! Sick'er ai:d Dor
othy We. '2 Btlei.'iwt a 1 '!);& rtrT'
fi r "hiir t's'er, Mrs. Fdwurd Jofcr.aon,
p.t (it-::-: o F-i-jay, pri! 4,
Mr. tud ?1rs. I :'!a,is Hansen end Mrs.
O. A. S.'rp ur.d .!!, F.-rd, visited Sun
'v.y m ! H--t ' ' ' n
i .!. It. v -- V.-.iii e xlc'ted
!..e !t-.eJt-.r, M:s. Georee Ix-wla.
S "t: !t,y visitor here.
Cal'fornia, Ed of Davenpn t, ierbert , days' visit with their daughter, Mrs.
of Black Diamond, Wash., and Peter; Gray Meiers, at Denver, Cel.
at home end two daughters, Mrs. Hug-j Mies Florence O'Mealla went to Ca-
gir.s of Sherrai-d, and Mrs. William j h-Us Monday and spent the day with rel- j
Thompson cf Alexandria S. D. He atlvea. '
waa aged 78 years and he wa3 weil j Mlaa Gladya Sin.-ox returned heme !
kr.own tbrctehotit the country. The fr0ra Matheravllle Monday, where bhe j
lctxsiEB were laid to r:Hc in the Sher- ; g?ert four days with her coutin, Kob j
rard ctrr.e'.er"- Kev. Mr. Johnson of- Ranaon and family. J
flc?at-d- j Mr. and Mrs. Robert McWhortor re- j
r.tszrtrn Gi' scn had the mls'ortune turned to Mathers vi'.le Baturday after
to have one cf his hands poisoned. Ke spending Friday with Mrs. Mc"hor-i
had It cerai'-d on T K.-sday and is j.et- iter's mother, Mrs. James Dodds
Ij t.lng 'org as well &g rould Lc i.xiked j The ucarlt fever rases pre all gt-
: r. liotjert wer.t to Co'chcr ter.
for a vlrit L-st Saturday.
".'ifseu Rielia ar.d Jennie Andtrson
i ting better. The public school again
opened for class work.
acd Vn, Het hurt errivt-d
vt".ina t,j': liiac-k Diamond.
, et-.iec l.t-is ;y tsi Ooatn or .Mr, :er.d Mill JeFile Wilson cave a mt'-el.
fathrr, U. F Ijlo, fcl-h :- L.neot'3 ehewer for MUa Maggie !
5iday mcrn.nr, April 4, : dhloy at 'hfc home of Mr. Ti otnas
1 i lly -."rtii, nin inorle us ' Li.i;'.;a:n, April ', as the n b'-(.jme
rtpher ia J e eSi at the gter- I the tr'de cf Jottph Flaherty Apr'; 1C.
Zuma Aid society mt at a. S. U'ltl's
home Thuriday afiruocn. A Eocdiy i Boi,fciutti.tgbi..c.2u l a-n u.
Successfully and Speedily With.
And Cuticura Ointment, at
a trifling cost, is learned
from the special directions
which accompany these
pure, sweet and gentle
fhitlcor 6op an 4 Ointment 'M Tryw!ir.
I,lorrtl nii3:.iei of 'h na.i'v fr. with r?
rsrl r.'ir fs'w-d rr.ftn mtirxil4 tfaav with Cotlcar