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THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS
MONDAY. OCTOHBIt 2, low
OEMS READY FOR
Candidate for United State3
Senator Will Be Given a
Rousing Welcome Here.
THOMPSON WILL PRESIDE
T. A. Pender to Call Meetiifl to Order
and State's Attorney to Intro
duce the Speaker.
Prom , a!! indications Rocer C. Sul
livan, democratic-candidate for United
States senator, is to be given a rous
ing welootme in Rock Iland when he j
visits ttf city ' Wednesday. He is to;
arrive here at .r-:"5 in the evening j
(r.-ni Galva over'the Rook Inland and!
wi.l s-prak at the Illinois theatre at!
J o clock. He will pend the night j
h"re and will leave the next morning '.
at C:?.: over the Burllnrton for Can-J
ten and Sprir.cfif Id. i
T. A. P nder. county chairman, will I
c.ll th.' nieinc to order and intro-j
duce S;au-'s Attornev F. L. Thompson,
who wiil preside. BUuer's band will;
piay ond the E.igi? fj'iartet will sing, j
Mr. Sullivan will he accompanied by !
Elmer A. Terry. Spr.nrfield. one of the
best kniwn dfmorrais of the state.
Thfir itinerary for the week is as fol
lows: Monday J o 1 i .
Tuesday Pontiac and Streator.
Wednesday Kewanee and Rock Is
land. Thursday Canton and Springfield.
Friday Havana and Lincoln.
Saturday Pirtsfield and Quincy.
Or. John Wesl?y Hill. New York
City, president of the International
Peace Forum, is accompanying th
rcp-iMIcan state ta-ilidates on their
iiir of rllir.cis. and this evening will
b" one of the principal speakers at
th? rally to be held at the Family thea
tre. The meeting will commence at S
The republican candidates loft Chi
caso a. R o'clock this morninc on
schedule time over the Rock Island
road. Several stops were made en
route. Senator I.. Y. Sherman, who
The Democratic Ticket
United State Senator.
ROGER C. SULLIVAN.
W. C CLIFFORD.
State Superintendent of Public In
R. C. MOORE.
Clerk of Supreme Court
ALEXANDER W. CRAWFORD.
WILLIAM ELZA WILLIAMS.
T. P. SULLIVAN.
Trustee of University of Illinois
R. R. WARD.
HENRY H. HUTTMAN
CLYDE H. TAVENNER.
Clerk of Appellate Court
L. I. HUTCHINS.
W. C. MAUCKER.
Probate Judge -CLYDE
ARTHUR F. PEARS.
C. J. SMITH.
H. C. HINRICHS.
MRS. ARCHER IS
CALLED TO REST
Suffered a Paralytic Stroke in
August and Second At
tack Week Ago.
RESIDED HERE SINCE 1874
Born In Macon, Ga., Nov. 14, 1847
Husband and Five Children
address to Kock Island republicans, he
havhiK talked to a gathering two weeks
ago at Turner hall.
Major C. W. Haves was to have pre
sided a: the meeting, but has with
drawn, and another chairman will bu
j picked before the rally commences,
i Rain Aaain Interferes.
The progressives did not hold the
rally they had planned to take place
at Market square on Saturday evening.
The weather d'iring the clay and oth
er matters stood in the way of it.
Shop meetings each noon during the
week are plannej for Moline. Other
rallies for evenings during the week
in Rock Island will be announced
heads :ho party, will pivj his second i later.
Using a Reliable Gas
minutes these chilly morn
and damp evenings instead
of wasting fuel to make up a lot
of unnecessary heat. Think of
the saving of lahor and fuel with
a GAS HEATER.
Death came at 6:30 yesterday after
noon to Mrs. Martin V. Archer, an old
resident of Rock Island, at her home,
S07 Twenty-fourth street, after a lin
gering illness. Mrs. Archer had been
In ill health for several years, but had
not been confined to lier home until
Auk. 30. when she suffered a paralytic
stroke and had been bedfast since.
She had been falling fast, but slight
hopes were entertained by her atten
ing physician, until a week ago Sun
day when she suffered a second stroke
and had gradually grown worse until
Although the end was not entirely I
unexpected her many friends in the
three cities were Shocked at the news
of her death and It brought great sor
row to those who had known and re
Native of South.
Mrs. Archer, who was formerly Miss
Mary Josephine Dacey, was born
in Macon. Ga.. Nov. 14. 1847. She
grew to womanhood in that city and at
the close of the civil strife between the
north and the south she was united in
marriage to Martin V. Archer, Feb. 26.
1S65. in St. Peter's parsonage by Rev.
Mr. Fallow, in Memphis. Tenn. In the
year of 1874 they came north and set
tled in Rock Island which had been
her home since.
Six children were born to the union
and five are left with the husband.
One child preceded her in death 42
years ago. The children are: Mrs.
Georpe Smith. Rock Island: Frank A.
and Basil S.. Aurora. 111.; Will A.. Fair
bury, Neb.; and Harvey J., Moline; a
sister. Mrs. Gus Fleming, Memphis.
Tenn.; a brother, Sam Clarke. Moline;
and six grandchildren, all of Rock Is
land: and one great grandchild are
also left to mourn.
Funeral services will be held Thurs
day morning at 8:30 from the home of
the daughter. Mrs. George Smith. S09
Twenty-fourth street, and at 9 o'clock
from Sacred Heart church. Rev. C. P.
OlNfill officiating. Interment will be
in Calvary cemetery.
You'll have only yourself to blame if you don't get your
share of the bargains we give you every inducement to buy
-w jj12 .4 .A : . .
i ne Diggesi stock in mc ir
cities. to select front The
lowest prices you have ever
heard of the best of quality
and the reputation of a firm
that stands back of every
article regardless of price.
Going to Get Married?
Then here is your chance to save from 10 to 507c on
your outfit, whether it is for cash or credit it makes no
difference as the saving is just the same that's why we
urge you so strongly, you den't need all the money, sale
prices are for
CASH OR CREDIT
The Tri-Cities' Greatest Furniture
and Rug Store Right on the
Cor. 16th St. & 2d Ave.
HUMANE OFFICER R0BB
REPORTS A BUSY MONTH
The regular montniy meeting of the
Rock Island County Humane society
i was held this morning at the offices of
; J. V. Stew-art in the Safety building.
Routine matters were disposed of. i
One man was sent to the county poor ;
farm during the month by the society, j
Humane Officer H. H. Rohb present-!
ed the following report for October:
Complaints received 13 j
Drivers reprimanded 10
Horses examined 67 j
Horses unfit for use 3 i
1 ii.i rra w i v . t v. i 1 1 v . . ......... .
il LICENSED TO WED
Gustavo F. Biermann Des Moines
Miss Mary K. Btadley ... Des Moines
Walter A. Swanson Moline
.Misb Anna Hoenhaft ... Clinton. Iowa
Samuel I. Hecker Philadelphia
MIhs Matilda Sundine Moline
Guv Leroy Benson Moline
Miss Luella I. Melsin .
! C. Lester Miller
I Miss Cecil L,. Xe.T ....
j Logan Nicholson
I Miss Lydia Johnson .
I Carl S. Anderson
Miss Marie Jensen
Leo He I'oorter
Miss Celesta DeConick
. .... Moline
Good quality window shade,
with good spring roller, complete
sale price dmmPK
Going fo Get
Then buy your outfit now. Tf
you are not ready we will hold
the goods until you are. At
le?st come in and lock . at our
goods and prices.
Here is a value you can't du
plicate anywhere. If you buy
this dresser you save at least
Fall Sale Springs and Mattresses
size woven wire spring,
Cotton top mattress, with
good ticking, heavy cotton on
Ann- side. caU
t1- ' "
mattress, is full 45
lbs., has a fine art ticking, ex
tra well made,
sale price . . ,
Net the cheap kind, but a heavy
massive bed. You can't judge
by the price. See the bed.
NOW IS THE TIME TO BUY
your RIVERSIDE range or heater. Don't wait until next month
and pay full price; buy it now; take advantage of our sale
prices. There isn't a better stove or range made than the
RIVERSIDE; you "know that. Come in and let us show you the
new line of Riverside stoves.. Come in tomorrow.
You never did see such a display
of" rugs. They're simply won
derful. Good Brus- 75
sells rug for m J
Oak Dining Table
Extends to six feet, very mas-
sive, beautifully fin
ished, sale price . .
These pillows are made of real
feathers, not the cneaF5
kind. Sale price
j or fl or
I Credit XTTOB tBIQ STQMB Credit
DeSoto AssembiJ? Choose Offi
cers Who Will Be Installed
Things IVlost Needed
For Christmas Ship
Here is a list of practical things
most needed for the Christmas ship:
DeSoto Assembly, fourth degree
division Knights of iC'olumhus, met at
C. hall yesterday afternoon, and
Reliable Gas Heaters
are very pretty and will add to the appearance and
comfort of any rocm, besides same tan be connected
with a Metallic Hose in any room that has a gas fix
ture. Seeing these heaters will convince you that
they are just what you want.
S2.50 up to $5.00
Mrs. J. D. Wilson of Columbus Junc-
lion. Iowa, visited friends here last
I K. J. Montgomery and family of Mo
I line, and George Hoefle and family of
Sherard spent Sunday at the Will
The. Mount Pleasant sociable Satur
day evening was a decided success
with about one hundred people in at
tendance. The evening was spent
playing games and roasting weinies.
Will Tennant and family were Gen-
eseo visitors Sunday. .
Rev. Mr. Andereck of Orion preach
ed at Sunny Hill Sunday to an appre
ciative audience. Mr. Andereck leaves
Monday for his annual vacation.
William and James llarsba return
ed Monday from a land hunting expe
dition in Wisconsin and Missouri.
Mrs. J. V. Clark received word Fri
day of the death of her grandmother
Mrs. Margaret Caughey visited
friends here this week, Mrs. Caughey
has Just returned to her home in Mo
line after spending the summer in the
The Misses Helen and Marie Camp
bell of New Jersey are visiting friends
and relatives here.
W. T. McWhinney was in Kewanee
last week serving on the jury.
J. O. Wahlstrom and family and Reu
ben Llndblad and family spent Sun
day in Moline.
The Berlin art rooms of Paul C as
surer, which, in times of peace, serve
mainly as a meeting ground of French
and German art, are now being devot
ed to the uses of a Volksguchenlieim.
where authors, artists, musicians,
teachers and students may get a
good meal for 30 pfennig (7 cents),
and And books, papers and pleasant
fleeted officers for the year l'Jlo as
F. X. Thomas J. Murray.
F. C J. J. Murphy.
F. A. F. M. Burt.
F. C. William A. McCarthy.
It was decided :o change the time of
the fourth degree meetings from the
first Tuesday of every month to the
second Monday. The meetings will be
held at K. of C. hall at S p. m. as here
tofore. D?Soto assembly comprises the covin,
cils of Rock Island. Moline, Sterling,
Morrison and Fulton. The 'officers
elected at yesterday's meeting will be
installed at the session on the second
Monday in November, and at that -time
committees for the year will be appoint
ed. Plans are under way for a series
of meetings during the winter. An
nouncement of these meetings will be
Your gift cannot be too small to be
appreciated nor so large The Argus
will not find a way to send it. The
time is short. You are needed now.
IN THE MEETINGS
County Sunday School Workers
Continue to Meet With
Success in Country.
The people of the rural districts or
Rock Island county certainly cannot
complain this year of being forgotten
or neglected. First the "Good roads
now!' campaigners covered the county,
and now, along with the democrats'
progressives' and republicans' meet
ings, comes the county Sunday school
line of institutes.
Yesterday five meetings were held
and six meetings at as many different
places are scheduled for next Sunday
as follows: Hillsdale at 7:30 p. m.
and the others in the afternoon at 2:30,
at Zuma Center, East Moline Plymouth
Congregational, at Milan Presbyterian,
at McConnell's chapel in Bowling
township and at Reynolds.
Yesterday the institutes at Fairfield
and at Port Byron were had with
crowded houses. At Watertowa the
speakers report a fair attendance bat
a good meeting; at Carbon Cliff i
good meeting with small attendance,
while for Silvis the workers had to be
content with assuming that the qual
ity of the audience and conferees made
up for lack of numbers, but It Mi
The speakers for next Sunday'
meetings will be the following: Mis
Violet Roberts. Frederick N. From, K.
C. Smedley, H. M. Craig. Clarence S.
Trevor. Mrs. N. P. Tucker. Mrs. W. R
Marshall, Edgar Walther and John H.
Hauberg. All the above, except MlM
Roberts, spoke at meetings yesterday
and at Fairfield Rev. I.. W. Hosteller
of Cordova was one of the speakers.
news all the time Tin
Try the "World s Star"
Hosiorv ami rn-rffMr.
THE KIND THAT WEARS
Fihrp Silk Hosl.-rv. 23r to 1 tj.
Kloan-knit t"n.l-rv.ar all price
For Men. Worn, n an. I Ch'.dren.
MRS. E. R. DACE,
Ac-f-nt for t ri-i-ities. I'hone IS".
2;: Thirteenth avenue
COURT OF HONOR TO
Court of Honor No. 31 w ill hold an
nual public installation of officers
Wednesday evening Oct. 14 at Odd
Fellows' hall. The installation will bo
followed by the serving of refresh
ments, and dancing to music by
Bieuer's orchestra. This la the first of
a series of entertainments and danc
ing parties that will be given during
the fall and winter. The affair is for
all members of. the order in the titv
and they are privileged to invite their
All Week Starting Monday, Oct. 12, 1914
Thomas Edwards, aged fil. at Sa
lem, Ore., and Mrs. Emily Roden
hurst of London, Ont., aged 70. were
recently married. Sweetheart in
news all tb ttme Ths
CSOO 0 $ S-S-000 0 00 00 00 00 00O2!
Special Cabaret Features
Hear Alice Sing "Under the Harvest Moon." Lewis k Rose, Char
acter Specialties. Doris Houdek, Impersonating "Rebecca
From Sunny Brook Farm." Souvenirs Every Evening.
Rock Island House Cafe
Monday Home Coming.
Wednesday Country Store Night.
Friday Husking Dee.
Tuesday Moline Night.
Thursday Davenport Night.
Saturday Tri-City Night.