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THE ROCK 'ISLAND ARGUS. THURSDAY". MAT 28. 1014.
ARE WITH MAYOR IN NIS POSITION Many Residents of New Terri tory Inform That They Will not Fight Annexation. Mayor II. M. Schrlver this morning pent considerable time in answering telephone ca'.ls from residents In the recency annexed portion at South Rock Is'Mnd to this city, in which they undertook to inform the mayor that they ere in no ay connected with the den.ai.ds made upon him by John Campbell, who arpcared with a resolu tion ficned by six people yesterday rnominc a'Kir.g free installation of mater ar.i si'wer mains in that section of the civ. The residents this morning also in forxed t!.e mayor that they would not fglit annexation and referred to the deT.ard-i m.ide a. unreasonable. The riirtior ..k:i uct 11 a.ioai inai me petitioners' wished to pay for the im prjeraent a.-ked. and that the mayor refused t!if::i. were discredited br that official t!.is morning. He stated that he oii!d be In a fine position If he would n'uM to install improvements which the property owners were desir ous of payinc for. TO PROMOTE SANE 4TH CELEBRATION Committees From Various Or ganizations Will Aid in Making' Arrangements. men of America, which meana that the lodge will be saved a great expense. The Information comes from the de partment of the Interior. The communication states that the lodge will not be forced to erect a fence around the tract of 665 acres of land, which leads from the sanatorium of the order at Colorado Springs, Colo.. 10 me summit or a mountain nearby. nere me water supply for the Insti tution Is secured. ine woodmen secured a 99-year lease on the tract, the provision being- mai 11 snau De endowed with a fence. However, as the expense was consld eraoie me matter was taken before Washington. D. C. authorities and subsequently the demand on the part 01 ine government was relinquished. TV, ! . . . - ..c- -oin main is locaiea on Tne "4" ana ana tne government leased It to the Woodmen gratis. ROADCO&ifflSSION APPROVES PLANS County Superintendent of High way Wallace Treichler Re ceives O.K. on Flooring. County Superintendent of Highways Wallace Treichler this morning re ceived a communication from the Illi nois state highway commissioners in which they placed their official O. K. on the plans for the flooring of the bridge over the Rock river at Hillsdale and at Meredosia. The plans as made by Superintend ent Treichler provide for flooring of creosote wooden blocks. It is expected that the committee on roads and bridges of the supervisors will immed iately advertise for bids for the work. lyTTIi J.I J.I.I. MIH t Lf I IJ 1 1 I T t 1 11.1.IJ.I J.U.M1 I TVTT ..vij.uujUAvuuiM.u.vim iiiuiiiinrnxm M.f UniiLMHin.l.I.l.J. This store will be open tomorrow (Friday) evening until 9:30 and will be closed all day Saturday Decoration Day ! si : : M Light, cool dresses and waists for vacation days I You will be delighted to see how little monev it will take to get jour vacation wardrobe together at Harried and Von Maur's. There are hosts of prettr, cool waists and dresses. Waists and dresses that are more than just garments they have individuality, style, character,' a personality, it you please, tnat Hits tnem into a class oy mem selves. "Women, who want wearables that do not smack of the common-place, will find exactly what they are locking for here, and not have much to pay. Waists for varm we if her Plans for tiie sane Fourth of July j celebration, which were originated by! tilt: c:y commissioners when they ap-j propriated a sum of money as a nuc leus for fuLds for the proper observ ance of tiie day. will be furthered at a meeting to be l:eid at the V. M. C. A. tomorrow afternoon. At this time members of the W. R. C G. A. R-. Rock Island Business Men's association and Rock Island Ro tary club ill wet with Commissioner Jonas Bear and arrangements will be mad.-. Comni.srioner Hear has raised $200 1 for the fuad and needs about tlioj wore. The organizations named above1 will asist the commissioner in the work. j The celebration will be held in thei affrsoon of the holiday at Long View park. Daylight fireworks will be on display and since the celebration will be a unique one, unusual interest is b"ir.g taken in the event. Coromis slcnej I?3r was appointed as represen tative of '.he ci:y officials to have WILLS ADMITTED BY JUDGE BELL Last Testaments of Mrs. Mary I McKnight and Charles W. Online. Are Passed on. Cool wash dresses for $3.95 A great variety of pretty dresses made of voiles, batistes and crepes In the pretty shades so popular this summer; $3.95. Hundreds of dresses, $4.95 All the new spring materials and colors; ruffle and tunic skirts; daintily lace and embroidery trimmed blouses in a practical ly endless variety; $435. Others at $3.95, $8.50 on up to $50. White wash skim A new shipment has just arrived just in time for Decoration Day buyers. Skirts of pique, ratine, eponge and linen: very pret ty models; some have ruffles;' others with flounce effects, while still others are along tailored lines; $1, $1.93 up to $12. One particularly pretty model is of import- Jed ratine made with long tunic; $3.95. Hundreds of pretty waists, and new ones are comng In every day. Plain tailored mod els for those who prefer them, fussier ones of lace and embroideries. You will find models here at every price from 9Sc to $15. White wa;sts at 93c Made of voiles, batistes and crepes; some embroidered in dainty colors; others lace trimmed. Some- have, all-over embroidery embodying all the latest style ideas; 93c Wash silk waists $1.98 We are featuring a splendid variety of im ported Japanese wash silk waists in white, black and stripes: some are trimmed with ruffles, others embroidery, and still others are plain tailored models; $1.9$. White voile waists, $2.93 These are made of plain white voile; some trimmed with lace and embroidery: others with touches of color: low neck and short raglan sleeves with drop shoulders; splen did values at $2.98. Third Floor. Eleanor blue millinery ARRANGES LINE OF f.IARCH FOR SATURDAY Acno-:r.cim was made today of the line ot march of t!;e parade on Decoration day. Ora-rs ver. issued by Gen.:.-.:' Kdwarci KirrH-. i: v ii has enarre of tiie plans. Tii- line of marc'i will te as follows: Tiie parade will be formed at 0 o'clock at Third avenue acd Fifteenth street, the start being niaie promptly at 9:30. It will pro ceed east on Third avenue to Twenti eth street, north on Twentieth street to Second arenu and w est on Second to Fourteenth street and then to court Louse s juare. NEED NOT BUILD A FENCE M.W.A. Cfficiis Receive News Concern ing Sanatorium. Information has bf-en received at tue head oSlrt-s of the Modem Wood- fiealm The will of .Mrs. Mary McKnight Reynolds, dated October "9. 1913. was admitted to probate by Judge B. S. Bell yesterday. Under the terms of the Instrument James McCaw, a nephew, is left land near Reynolds and I Mary Alice Clark, Margaret Elizabeth Clark and John William Clark, all of Aledo. are left the aggregate sum of i$1.000, while Dr. Hugh McCow, Lin J coin, Xeb.; Henry McCow. Preemp tion; Haul Wadsworth, Milan, and Joseph Wadsworth. Milan, all nephews, were bequeathed $100 each. The rest of the estate is left to Sarah Jane Mc Connell, niece, who is named exe cutrix. The will contains a provision that if any of the heirs contest the validity of the instrument, he shall lose his interest in the estate. Under the trms of the will of Charles W. Ohline, Moline, dated Dec. 2. 1913, all of the estate is left to the wife. Mrs. Sophia Ohline, who is named executrix. In the will there is an explanation of why the seven chil dren who are loft, were not remem bered: "The reason why I have given my entire estate to my wife. Is not be cause I love my children less, but be cause ft is for the best interests of my wife and children and because I have perfect confidence that my wife will take care of my children with any property herein devised or bequf-ath- ed." "Eleanor blue" is the new shade pop-' nlarized by a costume designed by Kurzman for the wedding finery of the president's daughter. The two hats worn by the bride's sisters, Margaret and Mrs. Francis B. Sayre, were also made of this shade of blue. The new white hemp arid panama hats which we have trimmed in "Eleanor blue" range in price from $3 to $8.50. $15 hats for $7.50 A splendid variety of famo-is New York hats. Some were $1.1. some were even more. They are light tan. black Belgian split straw trimmed with white, and white hats trimmed with whitte foliage. Just 15 In all; Qn rn choice d.uU Second floor Smart summer footwear! Our shoe business is fairly leaping ahead. Good footwear, good ser-; vice and moderate prices account for it. There are no better shoes made for the money, and we see to it that every customer is properly fitted. We have over 60 styles in low shoes alone. . Colonial pumps of patent and dull leathers and satin; trimmed with bright, dull or cut jet buckles; $3J0 to $C Imported bronze pumps with cut steel buckles and touts heels; $6. Baby Doll and Mary Jane pumps in patent, dull leathers and satin; either plain or with strap from back; $3 and $3.50. White'. pumps' in Colonial styles with white covered buckles and white heels ; $2.50 to $ J White canvas oxfords in lace with rubber soles for outings, golf and tennis wear; $4 canvas: -leather whit nubuck and styles; covered or High shoes of button or lace heels: $3 to $6 Free A baseball and bat each Dair of boys' hoes. First floor, rear. given free with,- Restores natural and youthful color and beauty to grey or faded hair. Positively removes dan druiT promotes a thick, healthy growth keeps hair soft and glossy. Is not a dye. Toor wo err - If Bot atlsfartary. Mr mr.d 1. at all demlera for tnal mimm rot I'M an4 dealer's Dam Co Phfia Hmt t;u Co.. .Snui, f. U.&.JL. LOCK IS BROKEN; mil IS ARRESTED Emrjlove at Expo Park Ar- j . raigned Before Judge KuebJ on Disorderly Charge. ifl 1 For Drwmk- M rtker Irf Vtimg, tl Tvbacva Habit tmi l 'crvaBl&fr.B- r J r j THEKOry INSTITUTE, Dwight. III. goooocoooooooooooooooooooo & CHEAPER 8 3 Than Wood or Masonry. Fre- Proof. Kustproof, Weathertlght. Portable All Steel Garages; any !ze. Quick Delivery. J. C. STEVENS. Agent. M. I. 17M. IHI Thiral Ar. oooooo E. C. Shattuck was arrested at Ex position park this afternoon by Officer Johnson on a charge of having broken into a suit case owned by Sam Kasoo kv. owner of the motordome at the ! Dark. He was arraigned before Justice of jthe peace Carl Kuehl this afternoon and arter some testimony was laaen. the case was continued until 4 o'clock, at which time additional witnesses were to be introduced. The suit case with the locks torn off was shown Judge Kuehl. The war rant charges disorderly conduct. OBITUARY II GOING CAMPING? If o, see C. J- Beardsley, Eighu-en'h Mreet, Rock Island. Choke lots for ale or rent. ' 21; Funeral of Mrs. A. W. Stephenson. The funeral of Mrs. A. W. Stephen son was held at 9 o'clock this morning from the Sacred Heart church. Father C P. O'Neill had charge of the services Interment was In Calvary cemetery. Funeral of Mn. Henke. The funeral of Mrs. August J. Henke was held at 2:30 this afternoon from the home, 625 Thirty-eighth street. Rev. Ph. Wllhelm of the German fjirheran church had charge of the aervlres. Interment was in German Lutheran cemetery. Guaranteed gilk hose The makers of Phoenix silk hosiery were the first to successfullv combine service with stvle, so that silk hosiery could be worn daily, without add ed expense. They are so confident of the wearing qualities of Phoenix silk hosiery that they guarantee them to give satis faction if used with reasonable care. We have Phoenix silk hosiery in the follow ing colors: Pink t. Sky Wistaria Orange Cadet blue Tan Bronze Black -Purple White These are made with double heels and toes. The black, white and tan are 75c a pair. The colors are $1 a West Aisle, First Floor M i itf l pair. Fishing tack e Jointed bamboo fishing poles, 25c to 50c. Steel poles, $1 to $3.65. Tennis goods Victor and Wright and Ditson rackets; $1 to $S. . Ayers tennis balls, 50c each $4 a dozen. Camera supplies M & Q developer, 2 for 5c. 25c Hypo, 19c. We have Ansco cameras in the most Improved models from ! $2 to $75. Let us do- your developing and printing. Wbrk Is done by Hunter, the well-known com mercial photographer. Fifth Floor. "Easiest corset I ever had3 This expression is heard from many women who wear the Bien Jolie Gre-eian-Treco corsets for the. first: time, and the reason is not hard to . find. The soft, pliant knitted material, the scientifically designed and .boneless construction is the secret. Have- Mrs. A. S. Jones expert corsetiere tell you more about these wonderful corsets. Tomorrow is the last chance you will have to secure Mrs Jones" expert advice regarding the model .best suited for your figure. Bien Jolie corsets range in price from $3J0 to $12. Fourth Floor. Cbexiam-trecq $1 silk gloves, 79c LTTrivrri 16-button silk gloves in white and black; the regular $1 7Qf quality tomorrow, pair." ItJKt West sle, First Floor. Second a:d Harrison Streets Phone 1023 Chocolate almond nougat, 29c a lb. A delicious nut nougat in a coat- . lng of chocolate a 40c ' AQ. ' candy tomorrow, lb... . ...7C : First Floor, front . . . - - - - - - - ELEVATED TANK IS PROGRESSING Steel for Framework Is Deliv ered at Eeservoir Park Beady for Erection. The funeral of Mrs. Carl Reinhardt was held this morning at 9 o'clock from St. Mary' church. Father Adolph Geyer had charge of the services. In terment was In Calvary cemetery. Funeral of Mary Bodendtadt. The funeral of Mary Bodendtedt, eight months old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fred lloderetedt, was held this afternoon at 3:30 from the home, 405 Second utret. Rev. F. J. Rolf had the services. Interment was nnock cemetery. I Second ftti j char.u of t jia Chippiai The steel girders for the frame work of the elevated tank under course of construction at Reservoir park were delivered at the latter place today and work on the erection of the frame will commence Immediately. The work on the elevated tank has Droeressed rapidly. . The concrete foundations have already ben com pleted. The Rock Island Eridge & Iron company has the contract for the construction of the tank, which will have a capacity of 500,000 gallons. PERSONAL POINTS George Fish of Chicago was in the city yesterday on business. Mrs. Edward L. Strate left today for a two montns visu who ner pareuia at Springfield. Mass. Mrs Emily Shaffer has returned to her home In Siou City after spend ing several days with friends in tne city. Mrs. Char es McHugh of Chicago is visiting at the home of her mother. Mrs. Sarah Cmbaugh, 901 Third ave nue. J Prince, who has spent a year la Los Angeles, Cal.. was calling on old Rock Island friends yesterday. Mrs. Sophie Kurth and daughter, Mrs. Albert Seidlitz, have gone to Cleveland. Ohio, and Bradford. Pa., for an extended visit. Mrs. E. F. Power and Miss Jennie Stroube returned to their home in Augusta, Ky., after spending a week at the home of Mrs. A. E. Davis, 547 Twenty-third street. Mrs. Albert Webber Wadsworth, who has been a guest at the New Har per since January, left last evening for Chicago where she will join Mr. Wads worth and from where they will go by boat to Mackinac Island and other northern resorts. PAINTED FOUNTAIN TO CONFORM WITH BLOCK Commissioner Jonas Bear explains today that the reason he had the W. C. T. U. drinking fountain on Second ave nue painted white, was in order that it would conform to the general color scheme of the 1600 block. Commis sioner Bear has secured for ' the city the American flag, which was placed in the standard at the fountain and will locate it there permanently. There are 100,000 students enroll ed in professional schools In the Unit ed States this year, according to fig ures compiled by the United States bureau of education. Of these 85,102 are in endowed Institutions; the re mainder in institutions supported from public funds. f CITY CHAT (Advertisements.) Buy a home of Reldy Bros. . ; s v For express, call William Trefj. ;J-Tri-City Towell Supply company., v.' R- I. 9S1. it,-'-, - Independent Express ' & Storage. R. I. 981. ' . ' . All the news all the time TheArgus. SECOND HAND STORE IS CLOSED BY A CONSTABLE The Jennings second hand store at 1623 Second avenue was closed this afternoon by Constable D. J. Cleland to satisfy a claim by the Davenport Bedding company for $178, agarnst Edward Simmons, former owner of the place. It is claimed that Simmons vio lated the bulk sales law when he sold the place without notifying the credit ors. MANY AIDED IN GETTING WORK BY LOCAL OFFICE Few who applied for work at the Rock Island office of the Illinois free employment bureau during the week ending May 16 were disappointed. There were 47 male applicants and 31 were piacea, wnne or ine an remaie applicants, but two failed to secure work. All the news all ihs tlma The Argus. Everybody Is Happy J So am I. Glad you all came and had a good time. Souvenirs gave out, but our Fountain never goes dry, so come again and talk it over, and try a Taylor made or 1600 block sundae. v ! Hand It to Riess of the fafa&c Drug 1600 BLOCK Store HI r- ,1 . if- ..rf!; if;