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THE ROCK ISLAND AKGUS. FK11JAV, SEPTEHBEK 26, 191S.
FIVE MORE FROM
HERE WIN FARMS
Rock Islanders Lucky Closing
Day of Drawing at Glas
PASTOR TO SERVE
THE ALWAYS BUSY STORE
THE ALWAYS BUSY STORE
J2f S3biflen; IjflissE-s 3f Gi3S.
CROSS MAN LEADS OTHERS FOU.OY
CROSiSMftfEAOS OTMER5 F0U.OW
KITTILSEN ONE OF THEM
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Fermer Sheriff and P. F. Cox, Ex-
Ccunty Treaiurer, Each Land
I 160 Acres.
Five Rock Islanders won claims yes
terday in the draw ins tor farms in the
Tort Peck Indian reservation in Mon
tana. The lucky ones are:
EDWARD KITTILSEN. 824 Nine
teenth street, former sheriff.
HLNRV LAMP. 1717 Twenty-fifth
FRANK W. VOGKL, 704 Thirteenth
P. K. COX, S2 Nineteenth street,
former county treasurer.
Glasgow.r Mont., Sept, 26. The
drawing for claims In the Fort Peck
Indian reservation, begun here by tho
government on Tuesday, was ended
latt night, when 12,000 names had
ben called. Eight thousand five hun
dred names were called ye-terday.
Mis Mabel Sira3 of Glasgow, who
was the first person to register, drew
No. 774. Her claim Is valued at $3'00.
James F. Collins of St. Paul drw the
last number, 12.000. While there ar
but 8,406 claims, it is estimated that
from 20 to 40 per cent of those whose
n?.ines are included In the draw ing will
not file. The 4,000 extra names, it is
expected, will account for this dis
crepancy. Lee Jordan of Jefferson City, Mo.,
!rew No. 13. He left his home Sept.
13. had berth No. 13 iu the sleeper,
aa the thirteenth in line, and had
room 13 at a hotel.
A unique case regarding the draw
ings came to light today. Susan C.
Tivis, a cook, 60 jears old, was told
by a fortune teller in San Luis Obispo,
f 'al., her home, to come her to be suc
cessful. She left her home with
scarcely any money. She was obliged
to ftop off ten times en route to get
w-ork in order to defray her expenses
and arrived here almost penniless.
After sitting through the long hours
of the drawing for two days in the
hope of bearing her named called she
collapsed when the lat name was an
nounced. Her name was not among
Glasgow has again become normal.
Practically all of the visitors; have
Kfne. The town tradesmen reaped a
harvest from the visitors.
The following residents of Illinois,
Ciihslus Coates. New Athpns.
H. K. I-'arnam, Puv. nee,
M. F. G'liner. Pox 7?. Tower Hill.
K. ('. Smith. Mount Vernon.
A. H. Campbell. Hardin.
A. R. Halford. Route 1. Bingham.
Clifton W. Soapr, 212 South Bloom
Joseph A. Cap.-tkk. New Rader.
.lolin A. EKftrand, 9'j9 West Olive,
Cornelius Blokdvk. Gromanville.
Henry Lamp, 1717 Twenty-eighth
Large evergreen sweet corn,
rr ilczni 12V2C
Sweet orangey, eatli Jc
Pressed spring chicken,
Pr l,nii'l 2 2 lo C
Knrrj creamery butter,
per round 34c
Good .:??. dozen ... 9 7 'n C
Lirce watermelons, each iOc
Nirr pounds sweet
Three quarts ci anherrics 25c
Eight pound basket griipes
Good apples, per peck ... IQc
Large rating peaches.
per basket J5C
Three italks crisp celerv
Rpgulur ."Oc coffee,
per pound 25c
Regular 60c tea,
per pound ,
Two tall cans salmon for 25c
Two oris tweet corn for 15c
Three cans p;;s for 25c
Three can toiratocs 25c
Pour pounds uay bean's
or JP 25c
Fight bars Lenox soap ... 25c
Eight rolis toilet paper .. 25c
Seven boxes Noiseless
Two pounds gingersnar. soda
or oyster crackers 15c
1 pcunds best granulated
Jersey Cream flour,
per sack $1.33
Gold Medal or Crresott flour.
p"r ack $1.49
Pf ,ack $1.59
700 Twelfth Street.
0d phones R. I. 443 and 869.
Delivery to any part of th city
Pnone your order early.
.1. f. fiL:'
Re-. W. H. Topi.
Rev. W. H. Tope, the newly ap
pointed pastor of Spencer Memorial
SIcthcdist church will assume his
duties next Sunday, preaching both
the morning and evening services.
Rev. Mr. Tope comes to the local
charge from Neponset, 111., where he
has been located for tie pas: three
years. While at that pace he has
built a splendid new church edifice,
the salary has bee-n raised $200 and
the membership was increased 20 per
crnt. He is a graduate of the Ohio
Wesleyan university and for ten
years belonged to the Ohio confer
ence of the Methodist church. He is
a hard worker, a good financier and a
man in every way capable and fitted
to assume the work laid down by Rev.
Rev. and Mrs. Hawkins and family
wi'.I leave the latter part of next week
for their new home a'. Kankakee
where Mr. Hawkins will take charge
of Trinity Methodist church.
street. Rock Island.
Hugo G. Tonitt, R. D. 2, Galesburg.
Julia Lawrence, 508 East Jefferson,
Bert McGlnnis, Warren.
G. J. Calfee, Stockton.
William F. Bozarth, Harrisburg.
Charles S. Stewart. East St. Louis.
Cyrus B. Adams. St. Charles.
Lorin E. Gowln, Morrisonville.
R. C. Finley, Mendota.
C. A. Brannon, Emfield.
P. J. Golinas. Minor.k.
Thomas F. McCarthy, 182 Welling
ton avenue, Elgin.
Merritt Mayer, Leaf River.
Leslie Collins, Garrett.
P. N. Pinfrok, Waynesville.
Sidney A. Spaulding, Collinsville,
S. A. Robinson, Assumption.
V. Fleming, Paris.
Thomas Hamilton, Kent.
W. N. Price, Cicero.
Emmar.uel Jones, Litchfield.
Paniel A. Madden. Libertyviile.
William Van Hooser. Taylorville.
Frank P. McNally, Carthage. '
James W. Padgett. New Holland.
John A. Ohelins, Elgin, 111.
Oliver Hall, Danville.
E. Roy Luther, Geneseo.
Charles M. Ellington, Buffalo.
Alfred Pegener, La Grange.
N. B. Moose, Wyoming-
L. E. Troxell. Poland.
Tom Westenhaver. Clarksburg.
James A. Adams, 532 South Wash
ington street, TsylorviUe.
John Mellein. Belleil!e
L. E. Jones, Wilmington.
R. P. Tash. Beardiown.
James W. Solomon. Atwood.
J. A. Seigfried, Monmouth.
Charles Purkett, Rivr Fo ks.
Sar-antlia J. Pate, Lerr.s.
Alions Neumann, Waukegsn.
Raymond Aaron, Straw n.
William H. Arkberg, Mones.
Be: nett McAvoy, Seneca.
Victor G. Olon, Coal Valley.
Charles F. Shore, Chadwkk.
Ralph H. Crowe. El Paso.
Casper Brown. Dundus.
Edward l.annan. Odd.
C. A. Ho'en. Glenwood.
J. A. Patterson, Thomi sonvil'.e,
ll-nry Beitz. Sublette.
Robert E. Condon, Hanna City.
"". P. Lucas, IlliopoJis.
John I. Slwrp. tOtawa.
Nils J. Pjnldaanes. Bradley
George Mi Creliia. Oblong.
. Klgie Jt. Selton, Pesplainei.
A. G. Anderson, Gardner.
Kniil Hanson. Last ant.
J. W. Taulbee, Sorento.
.lames Barrowman. Crardri'le.
P. Lee Shields, Greenfteid.
Arthur Allison. Chandlersville.
Edward H. Schmidt, Breeze.
T. H. Pooian. Ottawa.
K. A. Pocke, Bridgeport.
Pavid Watson. Keninton.
Harry A. Stauffer, Carey.
James Andel. San Jose.
C. E. Stott, Genoa.
J I. B. Etherton, Carbondala,
C. F. Neuck, Monmouth.
Guy Amacher, Strawn.
Edwin G. Ball, Toluca,
Henry Winter, Hanover.
Frank Moore. PeWitt.
Alice P. Wright. Freeport.
W. W. Massie, Galesburg.
E. L. Weeks, 1086 North Cedar
R. H. Bay, S05 South Ninth street.
Jeanne H. Thompson. Champaign.
Pavis Bowman. Danville.
F. W. Pragn. East St. Louis.
E. A. Thomas, East St. Louis.
Clinton B. Powell. East St. Louis.
Wenel Cabelek. Villa Grove.
John S. Richman, Villa Grove.
George W. Ewin. Villa Grove.
H. O. Wales, Bioomington.
George R. Clemens, Bioomington.
John W. Harrison, Peratur.
Leland F. Ford. Illiopolis.
James Sleeth, Peoria.
John V. Kearney, Peoria
Henry Lamp. Rock Island.
Frank W. Vogel. Rock Island.
Herbert Keys, Rock Island.
P. F. Cox. Rock Island.
Edward Kittilsen. $24 Nineteenth
street. Rock Is!and.
William Todew els. Eisia.
Women's $2 White
Waists, of import
ed voiles, fine lin
gerie, soft batiste,
new collar and
high neck effect,
long or short
$1.50 Nainsook and
coats, sheer nain
sook and cambric
10 styles, Saturda7
plain colors and
and percale Huse
Dresses, all sizes,
$1.39 value, Sat
Gowns, ft' r
Covers and Draw
ers, lace and em
Girls' Wash Dreses
for school, of Ging
hams and Galatea,
in plaids, stripes
and checks, sizes 6
to 14, Saturday
ette Night Gowns
In high V-neck and
styles and some
have military or
am! others are
Women's 1.25 Sateen Petliccats, 92c
Black and colored Sateen Petticoats,
with fancy plaited flounce,
!$2 Halcyon Petticoats at only $1.25
Made of splendid quality lght weight
"Halcoyn Silk," in brown, navy, emer
) aid, purplp and black; finished with
fancy pressed plaited ruffle, regular
and extra sizes, t np
special Pl .O
FURS ARE READY!
A select showing of rich Furs of the
most dependable character and sold
with our positive guarantee of satis
faction unusually attractive values
are now'be-ing offered to induce im
mediate selections. Furs selected
now will be-laid aside until wanted.
AT HIGH SCHOOL ll
The number of subscrintions to the
Watch Tower has risen 'o 2r:6, and i- isj
expected that this total will be great
ly increased by Monday, oa which date
the contest dotes.
The Ciceronian Literary and Debat
ing society met last night at 7:30 and
officers for the quarter were elected.
Thf following were chosen:
President George McDonald.
Vice President (.Vacant).
Secretary Will Whisler.
Treasurer Horace Mason.
After several baiiots, toe vice pres
ident was still unselected. and this
matter was left ovver till the meeting
to be held next Thursday. The follow
ing were appointed on a committee to
arrange a program for next Thursday:
John Potter, Clifford Buras, and Bliss
F.iuck. This year' the boys' society is
to meet every Thursday at 7:") p. tn.,
as it is expected nrore cf the men in-
frested in a'hletics may be present'
at the meetings. , , .. j
The boys of t'.ie printing department!
of the Manual Arts building this morn-!
ing turned ont a small publication.'
which is accredit to the school. The;
Manual Ar:s News is the title of the.
paper, and it contains a short account,
of the work being done in the various ':
departments in the new building. The'
first two pages are taken up by this;
matter, wh!le on the third page, tie
school yells, cheers and sor:rs ere '
tritt'.ed. the b'illetin to te used at the i
SATURDAY is always a day of unuyual interest at Grossman's and w have planned even greater, attractions for
tomorrow in order to crowd the store and to afford a convinemgidemoristrationrof 'the positively unequaled
values we are in position to present. Those who are best acquainted withtthis,stpreiand who know the superior styles
and qualities we show, will be quick to take advantage of this opportunity tHoaewHo'have not.fa,vored us with their
patronage, should make it a point to viat s iaorroiv' and acquaint themselves v-with Uhe unusualadvantages we olTVr
Lach item is important and
Special for Tomorrow at Or1"'
THERE are fully 100 Suits la this special of
fering a complete showing of the newest
and prettiest models that have been offered this
season they come in beautiful diagonals, chev
ios, serges and novelty weaves, in black, navy,
brown, Copenhagen and all the new Fall shades
the styles include the newest straight line models,
one, two and three-button cutaway effects, draped
styles and the more conservative designs among
the lot are fine fur-rimmed Suits which are so
extremely popular these are actual $20.00 values,
which we will offer tomorrow $ 1 8 75
Popular Waist Department
THIS Is a special lot of Fine Waists
which has just been received handsome
styles in lace, chiffon, messaline and lingerie
styles made with
fancy yokes, low
and high neck and
long sleeves all the
very latest designs
and color effects are
in this special of
fering of $3.98 qual
ities, which we will
$3.98, $4.93 and up to
$12.75 styles and
qualities that have
no equal elsewhere
Vi.a Other handsome
Many Women are preparing for the prevailing cool weather so near at hand by pur
t liaing one or more of our warm and serviceable Coat Sweaters. All of the newest styles
will be found here as well as a price range that permits a selection satisfactory to every
Coat Sweaters in the
and bone buttons to match. Choice of Cardinal, Oxford and "White. Price. .
Coat Sweaters The heavy Cardigan stitch, with Byron
collars, turnback cuffs, semi-fitted back and pockets;
self-color bone buttons; the colors are dJO QQ
gray, cardinal and white. Price P.A.0
mass meeting which was held after
school. The last page of the News
was occupied with an advertisement
of the, football game with the Alumni
to be held at the Island City park.
The paper is very well gotten up,
and will be issued in the futr.re at var
ious times. As soon as the printing
department is more advanced it will
be publishing twice a month.
Ira Keller of the Watch Tower staff
has resigned the position on the Watch
Tower board for the year. Last year
Keller proved to be one of the best on
the board, being one of the joke edi
tors. His position will be filled shortly
by the board. Keller is to leave the
city in a short time for Mobile, Ala.
The senior class met last evening
after school and President Will Whis
ler read a report from the treasurer
of the class. It was announced that
there was J03 in the treasury, the bulk
Don't Forget the
H A gewfl time for one and all.
Cash Prize Waltz.
worthy of your careinl consideration. :.
Sale of ' Prettiest
Special fori Saturday at Only
TifE have selectedtthis oneas one of the most.''
VV attractive Coativalues we'Cou'dioJPer for to
morrow's selling theisfoowingjincludesj'haiidsome
full silk-lined Coats of! rich novelty ( cloth, fancy
mixtures and the new rough fabrics also plr.in .
and cut chinchillas and two-tone and plain zibe-1
lines a varied
lengths in the
popular sport coat with set-in ktaiona sleeves as
preferred coats that regularly j would sell at
$16.60, tomorrow $14 75
Specially Priced for Saturday at
19.98 $14.75 $18.7
ACH of these values are so remarkable that we cannot select any
priced at $18.98. Other models in
etc.. are shown a $3.98. $4.98. $5.98
PEG-TOP SKIRTS at $5.98
Tomorrow we feature the new peg-top Skirt la handsome shadow
plaids, matelasse, honeycombs, mannish serges, broadcloths, etc. in all
the new colorings of blue, Russian green, French plaid mixtures, browns,
taupe, black and blue all specially
this Parisian fad at $5.98 and
Greatly in Demand Now
' " .
Cardigan stitch, semi-fitting with ruff
reseda, navy and
of this amount being the profit on the
Junior excursion last spring. It was
voted to buy for the high school suit
able equipment for the use of Dwight
IaGrange, the yell leader, in his work
of leading the student body at the foot
ball games. The purchase of the meg
aphone, cane and pennant Mas left
to Wilt Glass. The paraphernalia will
be purchased and be ready for use n
tomorrow's game with the Alumni.
This evening afer school the stu
dents met 8t mass meeting. Cheers
were given, led by Dwight LaGrange,
and members of the " team spoke.
Coach Corneal and Captain Willard
Larkin were the principal speakers.
President Will Whisler of the Asso
ciated Student Body presided at the
Mrs. Hunt's Side of Trouble.
Mrs. Frank Hunt, 1300 Fifth ave
nue, states' her side cf the story 'was
not fully .given in the newspaper ra-L
ports of po'.Ice court proceedings tn J
which she and her hubzai were in
volved last Friday. Hunt was arrest
ed on complaint cf Sis wife, who al
leged he fe4 beaten her because of
jealosy over her friendship wl:n a
nw who formerly boarded at their
borne. Mrs. Hunt says the boarder
was brought to the house by her hus
band and during his stay with the
family had 'always conducted himself
as a gentleman; that her husband's
suspicions were unfounded; that she
is the mother of sev?n children and
that har neighbor would vouch for her
respectability. Mrs. .Hunt says . ibe
$ 1 6.SO'f Qualities
assortment. of thenewest styles in,;,
and in. all the various correct
lot aremany new' models of the .
I'k Li 7 ,
cloth dresses of wool poplin, crepe3,jiri .Vy; f, V$j..J
? r r -T'if-i-' ia-:
priced to introduce
Heavy Worsted Coats Sweaters Cardigan stitch, with
ruff neck, pockets, and trimmed with self-color but
tons: choice of maroon, castor, white, oxford, gray.
boarder paid $5 per week, which aided
In keeping up the family - expenses.
Ha always gave the money to Mrs.,
Hunt, and she claims the fact that i
she received the cash was the real
cause of her husband's ugliness to
Ice cream sociable and musicale
given by Loyal Stars at Second Chris
Play, "Reflected Glory," given by
Miss Bromley's Sunday school class
at Broadway Presbyterian church.
Masonic baseball name at the Watsh
High school eleven vs. Alumni at
Island City park.
R.vival meetings at Edgewood Bap
Buy a honM of Reldy Bros.
For expresa, call William Trefj.
Trl-Clty Towel Supply company.
Independent Express Co. West 981.
Six per ceat farm mortgages. Llttec
& Roberta. People's .Nations.: bank
Washington Attcrney Ceneral Mc-:
Reynolds la reorganizing the depart-!
ment, of justice agencies throughout
the country. Declaring some federal '
attorneys were . political appointees, '
Girls' $7.00 Wool
Coats, Mue and
Coats, sizes front
6 to 14, Saturday
Skirts, newer t Fall
styles of serges
and checks, well
tailored, many cop
ies of higher
$3 Messaline Pet
ticoats, 200 Petti
coats, made of .ex
newest fall shades, '
?5 qualities, sne-;
$2.50 and $3 Silk
Waists, . Women's
Silk and Chiffon
waists, hi.h neck,
long slo-ivo stylea
chiffon over net. or
silk bodice net
yokes and . cuiTs
all sizes and col
ors, Saurdny &t
al lcolors ,can t.e
worn inside or ont.
tho regular $2.0")
quality, speci.;i for
Sut u i-d ;y ,
.:. '!" "t
we offer you
choice of 200 hand
Hats, p.ll the new
est coloi'lugs and
he iiiton'Ia to ' request their
Hons. '.Many other attaches
may ; m
1. ' ' .
The 1st of August " we
start our Watch Club 25
members is all that will be
accepted in this club, ,14c
a day buys a fine adjusted
watch, 1 6 zize, in gold
filled- case. . .
Come ' in and register
j-our name and . get our
plan. .. .'.-. ; r -'
Only 25 members accepted
'Opposite Harper Housa.
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