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THIS EOCK ISLAND ARGUS. FRIDAY. AUGUST 15, 1913.
FOR THE PARADE
ON LABOR DAY
Industrial Home Association
Expects to Make Exceptional
Showing Sept. 1.
LINE OF MARCH COMPLETE
Arsenal, leather workers.
Street railway employes.
Will meefon Third avenue between
Twentieth and Twenty-first streets,
and face west J. A. Nelson, marshal.
Reck Island carpenters.
Arsenal carpenters and millmen,
Millmen of tri-cities.
Tri-city painters and decorators.
Bricklayers and masons.
Structural Iron workers.
Plumbers and steam fitters.
All building trades of the tri-cities
The Labor day parade committee of l will meet on Twentieth street between !
Picnic Is to Be Held in Exposition
Park Excellent Speaker Will
Discuss the Issues.
the Rock Island Industrial Home asso
ciation has completed pians for the
parade to be bld in Reck Island this
year under the auspices of the local
Industrial Home association, as has
always been the custom in paBt years,
and has arranged a line of march that
will not be too long and tiresome.
. From the responses already received
practically every labor body In the tri
cities, wif participate; In fact, some
organizations that have not participat
ed for several years will be in line
this year, and tie local men are much
encouraged and pleased by the good
showing the parade 1s expected to
The floats ar" expected to be numer
ous and anyone desiring to nter a
float, .who has not already made ar
rangements, can do so by communi
cating or phoning the local Industrial
TO HOLD PK Xir,
The picnic will be held at Ex
position park, which affords provision
for the baseball game, horse rac'np.
motor cycle raclnp, stand for the J
speakers, an excellent grove of shade
trees for family basket picnics; and a
large dance floor will be built for the
largo crowds who always dance the
light fantastic both afternoon and
The speaker selected will be a man
who has been engaged in the interest
of tri-city unionists for several years
past, who is well and favorably known
and an able talker. '
Invitations this year have bfen dis
pensed with, and all labor organiza
tions not mentioned in the following
line-up are requested to participate in
the parada. The parade will start
from Twentieth street at 10
The line of march will be:
North on Twentieth street, west on
Etcond avenue, south on Fifteenth
street, west on Third avenue to Ninth
street; countermarch east on Third
avenue to Sixteenth sireet, south on
Sixt'cnh to Fcurth avenue, ast 0:1
:r;h avenue to Twenty-first struct,
A. W. Johnson will be marshal of
the day. The division will be as fol
lows: FIRST DIVISION.
Platoon of poliee.
City officials of Davenport.
City officials of Mollne.
City officials of Rock Island.
Delegates of Tri-Clty Federation of
Will meet on Third avenue along
Spencer square and fac er.st. John
A. JCelson, marshal of division.
T) pographical union.
Third and Fourth avenues, and face
north. J. S. Milton, marshal.
Arsenal machinists. j
Auxiliary of J. A. W.
Sheet metal workers.
Arsenal metal workers.
Polishers and buffers. !
Iron molders. j
Stovo mounters. ;
AH metal trades will meet on Fourth !
avenue between Nineteenth and Twen-!
t'eth streets, facing east. J. E. Shank,
Brewery workers, Davenport.
Brewery .workers, Rock Island.
Cigarmakers. Rock Island.
Retail grocery clerks.
Bockbindera. - i
Bill pesters. ' '
Theatrical employes. j
All miscellaneous organizations will!
inert on Twentieth street between
Your Unrestricted Choice of Any
it t n i nn T"r t in. t T T nn
JLIUO 1 W
in Our Store. Worth and sold all season up to $25.00, for
Fourth and Fifth avenues,
north. J. S. Milton, marshal.
Davenport fire department.
Molinc fire department.
Rock Island fire department
Will meet on Fifth avenue hptween I
" I wemieth ar.d Twenty first sreets. J.
S. Milton, marshal.
TO HOLD PICNIC
ON NEXT SUNDAY
Woodmen of the World to Have
Outing Address to Be Made j
by Dr. Schleh.
Fresh creamery or dairy
butter, per pound . . 30c
per dozen 20c
Fancy Jersey sweet potatoes.
. lbs for . .. j 25c
Iurgo Muscatine watermel
on!, each 12c
F.fgular 3c orangr-s, pyr
Fancy Elborta peaches, per
Frreh toniatces. per basket. 1Cc
3 large cantaloupes for 25c
Eating or cooking apples, per
3 stalks crisp white celery.. 1Cc
Z nice cucumbers 10c
I-args new potatoes, rpr
peel: 27! '2c
Pure lard, lb 15c
Rrgu'.ar 3c coffeo, per lb... 25c
Best Mason quart Jars, per
2 dozen best jar rubbers 15c
4 etas sweet corn 25c
3 cans p.as or tomatoes for. 25c
6 oil or 3 mustard sardines. .25c
Two 15c cans salmon for... 25c
Two 10c glasses jelly for 15c
2 lbs. ginger snaps or soda
$ tars Lnox soap 25c
C boxes Argo starch 25c
20 lbs. cut'ar $1.00
Jcrrey Cream flour, per sk.J1.33
Go'.d Medal or Cercsota flour,
pr sack $1.43
Occident flour, per sack.. $1.53
BR4DY GROCERY CO.
700 Twelfth Street.
Cld phones R. I. 443 and 869.
Delivery to any part of the city
Phone your order early.
The picnic committee of Camp No.
S5, W. O. W., and Grove No. 27, W. C,
have completed the arrangements and
announce the following program for
the outir.3 Aug. 1". Tbere will be a
baseball game at 1:15 between the
first and second teams of Camp No. 85.
Immediately after the ball game, the
Hex. Dr. Sch'ch, national lecturer for
the W. O. W., will deliver an address.
Thin will be followed by a tug of war
between members of the Rock Island
and Moline camps. A wheelbarrow
race, sack race and three-legged race
complete the men's contests.
For the ladies there will be a clothes
pin contest, guessitr contest, popcorn
eating contest and throwing contest.
Suitable prizes will be furnished by
the committee. Most of the mem
bers and their friends will come early
and spend the day. Lemonade will
be served free all cay and ice cream '
at meal time only, which will be 1 to
2 and 5 to 6 p. m. The picnic this
year will be held in the grove at
Twonty-ninth-and-a-half street and Six
teenth avenue, Rock Island.
Any $35.00 or $30.00 Light Weight Suit in Our Store for $20.00
BLUE SERGES, BLACKS, TANS, GREYS, ETC.
All High Grade makes Adler-Rochester, "L" System, Etc.
NONE RESERVED NONE HELD OUT NONE ON CREDIT
No Tampering With Figures. No Juggling With Prices.
One Day Only. For Cash Only.
One table filled with odd lots in Underwear h Price
20 Off of all other Summer Underwear except B. V. D.
Manhattan and Emery Shirts at Bargain Prices.
Get in Early. First Choosers Get the Best Selections
The Store That's On the Sauare
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You Know Us
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1 -- UllJ II Mil
li C. RICE, Prop.
Ah! the A. Y. M. Has Had That Bitter Experience
M & K SALE OF
mm S APPAREL
Tomorrcw Will Be a Big Day in the
M. & K. Shoe Department.
The close of the M. & K. summer!
sale of footwear will be marked by b'gj
crowds and big savinps. Of parUcu-l
j lar interest to all trf-Ry ladies is to
I morrow's great offer of all low shoes
at reductions of one-half, one-third and
I one-fourth off on all stylish buton ox.
; fords and pumrM. For example: these shaving parlor gunmen tries to
, All ladies' $4.50 grates at $2. C6, and sell me everything In his repertoire
1 $2.50 grades at $1.CT; cne-half off on 'and it is with an effort that I conceal
Kmmm$mm 1 -aoj m& r
A NO LOOKING
9 I COO,
"1 am often bored to death," said th few hundred in the party. What has
Average Young Man, '"when one of! become of the old generalization that
all that glitters is not necessarily 24
i all ladies' oxford ties $4 grades at
1 $2 and the $2 grades at $1.
Also all M. & K. fashionable white
I footwear at one-fourth off, and here it
i should be said that styles are t,h very
newest and will be just the same next
I season. Why not get the pleasure of
pretty, new white pumps or button
my annoyance when a married friend
offers to let me kiss his bubbling off
spring. Such things as these, I con
fess, play hob with my affability. How
ever,' there is one situation wherein I
often reduce rapidly and were it not
that It always occurs In the presence
Jcf a lady. Lam sure I would convince
jail within hailing distance that I am
It , f ,. n lit..
$4 grades a $2.95, $2 grades at $1.50, the master of a most versatile diction
$1.50 white footwear at $1.15. i cf vituperation.
Really, vou should take advantage "Ain't It a shame that when one has
of M. & K.s final sals in the shoe de- the most urgent need for his pet curse! same feeling you are about to enjoy
Partment. Mon too. All oxfords at!vcr(ls ce 18 tlea oouna, ana gaggea when at tins juncture you ha'.l your
ha!f price; and. men, there are the!'Jln the red P6 ot propriety?' j
- "How do you get away with it? Oh,
j maybe your girl has some change
; maybe you spot "a friend. You tell
Let us go on with the show. flier aloud that -you-are. mortified be-
"A: little vaudeville and something j yond the power of words to express,
to eat afterward seems to be the plot; "An under your breath' yoa put a
for the evening. After the show you I curse on the head of an unkind fate."
. .1 !,.. 4 ,1 K, 1 1 . .
order the nutriment. She has a sand- j , .
wich and a perfait and you take cof- II WIRE SPARKS
fee and a sandwich and listen to the V ' J
music. You figure on hearing $5 worth Worcester, .Mass.-The . Scandina
of. rag; for $1.30. That's the size of T,an Brotherhood of America yester
your bilt $1.30. . dav e5ecte,i as pj-esiasn: James P.
"Did you ever try to beat a royal Han8e of Cleveland.
nusn witn lour aces? -A very lmpru-
mar.Cs cf tho Sherman law will be met
by an ir juzctlon forbidding specific
Washington Panama Is the fourth
nation to accept in detail Secretary
Bryan's international peace plan.
Guatemala and Costa Rica have
agreed to enter into such treaties and
a like convention with Salvador Is
awaiting ratification by the senate.
Fort Smith, Ark. Some joker who
said he was the governor's secretary
gavo Omer Davis, 18 years old, who
was to have been hanged here for the
murder of his sweetheart, Nellie Mon
eyhun, at least one more day of life.
Sheriff Caudle was told by telephone
Davis had been granted a 20-day re
spite. This was a hoax.
Flat River, Mo. A Btrike of the
5,000 lead miners in St. Francois coun
ty was called to take effect Saturday
morning, after the men' refused to
compromise on a wage Increase of 15
cents a day.
Omaha Henri de la Roche, who
was goaded several days ago into
making an ascent, in an aeroplane
from which he fell, died Thursday. His
sister was the first aviatrix to be
killed in Europe.
San Francisco Marain Singh, a
Hindu, who asserts that he is a man
of wealth, appealed to the British con
I sul general in an effort to resist de
portation by Immigration authorities.
NOTED MEN WILL;
Dr. W. C. Eagley and Dr. H. Vf,
Shryock to Be Instructors .v
at Coming Institute. ,;
Much interest is being taken in tn
annual institute of the teachers ot
Hock Island county which is to t
held at the high school building Aug.
25 to 29. County Superintendent S.-J.
Ferguson fias arranged for an unusufj
ly efficient teaching corps and- lb
sessions promise to be very helpfuUi
Two of the mcst able educators
the state are :o be present. They ar
Dr. W. C. Bagiey, head of the depart
iimnt of education of the State univer
sity at 1'rbana and Dr. H. W. Shryoek,
preeld. n. of the Southern Illinois Nor
mal school at Carbondale, 111. Tb
former will 1!hcuhb the general aub
ject of education and the latter wtil
consider literature. J
Don't Go Away. n
Barge Mississippi is coming thflW'
days only, Saturday, Sunday, Tuesday,
Afig. 16-17-19." Londomas' big concert
baud and orchestra. (Adv.) -C
dent thing to do. It is somewhat the
New orkTne list of gangster
too All oxfords at 1 v.ords he is tied, bound, and gagged when at this juncture you hail your crimes was increased with the mur-
men there are the!'ith the red tape of propriety?" waiter and prepare to settle the reck-'de" of a man believed to be Joseph
v nat situation is mis to wr.icn you toning.
famous Florsheim $5 oxfords at $1.50;
also all $4 grades at $2, and men's $3
'exferds at $1.50. Put your feet in a
pair of M. & K. perfect fitting summer
' shoes and cave like . you hava never
1 saved before. (Adv.)
He shows you the check and f Rocke, a member of the '. Sullivan
allude?" we asked with a polite in- i
. "It is when you and a frail compan-j
Ion set out for an evening of gaiety
reaching into your pocket you sudden
ly reall2 3 that you had changed your
ur pernap3 you tert it on your
and diversion. Both of you ah drcesed dresser. Anyway your roll is else
up like a sprained wrist. She has put j where. The check is $1.30 and tha
the i on her purchased pallor, her. ratinay ; sum total of change in your jeans
street gang, who wa.ushot. - The vic
tim clutched a loaded revolver which
he had not fired.
- Washington An agreed civil anti
trust decree . against . the '.'National
WhoJesale Jewelers'' association, will
Victoria. B. C Settlement of
coal mine strike at Nanlamo andl.robe and her aenemlc stoop and you; adds up to three car cheeky and fo!soort be entered at' New York, The
j Ladyemith Is in sight. It Is expected j have fallen fof the last wheeze In ! bits in'chanje. You ,t eel very much t government has reacted the.,concJa
jthe men will accept the terms agreed j neckwear. Any unbiased tax assessor like" the 'two "right hand dicus in thelsioa that dissolution of the association
ion by the arbiters. 'would say that there was at least" a check. "lis not necessary, tut that'; the da-
Drive Dull Care Away. a
Barge Mississippi Saturday, Sunday,
Tuchday. Aug. 16-17-13. (Adv.)
i-PirTiif' rw -,PT
now and then,
with a gentl
up and invigor
at liver and
bowels. Be sure
you get what
,3f0 atk Jot.
The women who have used
Dr. Pierce's Favorite
Prescription will tell you
that it freed them from pain
helped them over painful periods m
their life and saved them many a day
of anguish and misery. This tonic, in
liquid form, was devised over 40 years
ago for the womanly system, by R.V.
Pierce, M. D., and has been sold ever
since by dealers in medicine to the
benefit of many thousand women.
Now If you prefer you can obtain Dr.
Pterce'a Favorite Prescription tabletn at
yt.ur druggist at $1 per box, also in 60e
elze or tend 50 one cent stamp to Ur.
r ir i. - rrff,-Jn V K. far trial box.
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