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THE ARGUS, WEDNESDAY, APRIL .19, 1905.
Of Wl! Marquis at Illinois O a
date of which is the 20rh of this month.
(The usual rivalry exists among the
classes, it being keenest between the
jurii.jrs and seniors. The former, from
present appearances, seem to have the
brightest hopes of taking the banner.
IS ONE OF A CLASS OF TEN
Chosen to Participate in Annual State
Event to Take Place
Will Marquis, of the high fchool sen
ior class, has been honored by being
named one of the 10 contestants chosen
in Illinois to participate in the state
oratorical contest at Champaign May
1-'. The theme of Mr. Margins' ora
tion is "Theodore Roosevelt."
As all the state high schools were
invited to enter the contest, and since
a large number of them did, the choos
ing of Kock Island's representative is a
compliment to the school. The con
test will be held in the chapel of Illi
nois university in connection with the
state high school field and track meet.
The "Dummy Up" club, which appel
lation has its own significant meaning,
has been organized among Junior boys.
Members are as follows: !. Sheldon,
president; F. Aster, secretary; S.Spen
cer, treasurer; E. St rate, vice presi
dent; H. Ehrhoru, II. Heimbeek. W.
Smith. J. McEihern-. Tl. Sanders, E.
Hrien. V. Koth, C. Martin; R. Bullock.
O. Aster, A. Hamilton. The club has
some epecial features under considera
Considerable interest is developing
in track work at present, with the re
sult that a large squad of boys is prac
ticing each afternoon at the Ninth
lu Meet 21th.
At this time the event which all
have In view is the class meet, the
SERVICES FOR HOLY WEEK
Father Culemans' Complete Program
for His Church.
Father Culemans announces serv
ices as follows at St. Paul's church.
Eighth-and-a-half avenue and Twenty
fourth street, for the week:
Thursday, Friday and Saturday, mass
at 7:?.') o'clock in the morning. Thurs
day and Friday, evening service at S
o'clock. Easter Sunday, first mass at
8 o'clock: high mass at 10:20 o'clock.
The choir, composed of the Misses
Madge McGinnis. Anna Henry, Jennie
Lippens, Ella DeVrieze, Maggie Draet.
Minnie YanHoorbecke, Marguerite
Daele. Martha Van Hoe. and Messrs.
Joseph Van Hoe and Frank VanHoor
becke. will sing Peters' mass in I).
Mis Mae McGinnis will preside at the
organ. Miss Madge McGinnis will
play the violin. Offertory solo will be
sung by V. Anders "The Great White
Eening service at 7: Co; vespers
and benediction. The church will
be profusely decorated with flowers
and greens. The decorations will be
in charge of Miss Daisy Eichelsdorfer.
BURT IS SPEAKER
D rector of Chicago Y. M C. A.
Institution to Attend
BANQUET FOR THE JUNIORS
Young Folks Are Entertained Last
Evening Eighty Boys'
Moline Printing Company.
A certificate of incorjorut!on of the
Moline Publishing company ha3 been
filed with the county recorder . The
capitalization is $2,50it. The controll
ing stock is held by Myron Jordan. In
partnership in the business with him
are Torn Ritchey and A. E. Putnam.
The company is licensed to carry on a
general printing and publishing busi
ness at Moline.
Rodily pain loses its terror if you've
a bottle of Dr. Thomas' Eclectric Oil
in the house. Instant relief in cases of
burns, cuts, sprains, accidents of ony
F. H. Burt, director of the secretar
ial department of the Chicago Y. M. C.
A. institute training school, is to de
liver the main address at the Thursday
(evening meeting at the Y. M. C. A. in
commemoration of the 21st anniversary
of the association, and for the purpose
of destroying the mortgage on the
Mr. Burt has a wide acquaintance
in Rock Island, and those who have
heard him lecture gave assurance that
it would be difficult to find a more cap
able man. The association invited 1
W. Messer, Chicago general Y. M. C.
A. secretary to deliver the address, but
he was to be absent from the city this
week, and could not change his plans.
Mr. Burt has-been in association
work for a number of years, and has
been strife college secretary in holii
J Missouri and Illinois.
Junior Cilvpa Itaaqurt.
Last eventng at the Y. M. C. A. at
5: HO, the members of the junior depart
nient were given a banquet. The feast
was prepared by the ladies of the As
sociation Helpers, and was enjoyed by
about eighty of the boys of the associa
tion. During the evening a short talk
was made by W. B. Mclntyre. Stewart
Marquis, who has for several months
been president of the recently organ
ized B. G. M. club of the juniors, was
elected president of the junior depart-
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Women's - Correct - Easter
A it Suits, Skirts, Jackets, Silk Coats,
J LlVVP, Waists Shirt Waist Sltits Crav
eneffC Coats and Trimmed Hats
are here in abundance; are here in an endless array of up-to-date
styles; are here at prices that cannot fail to interest
the most economically inclined.
Our display has never been so complete, nor have our
prices ever seemed so moderate.
When looking for Easter needs do no neglect to see
the best of all shotvings, and that is at
THE BEE HIVE
114-116 West Second Street Davenport, Iowa
ment of the association. The young
man has shown himself a capable ex
ecutive in the work of the B. G. M.
club, which controls the social features
of the department, and the boys feel
that they have a very efficient presi
dent. The election of the other officers
jf the department was postponed until
a later date.
To Have Joint (amp.
Boys' Secretary L.. L. McDonald, to
gether with Physical Director Orville
Yerbury of the Moline association, and
number of the members of the asso
ciation, are making pilgrimages to the
nany camping places near the tri-cit-es,
and tomorrow a trip will be made
vo Osborne Junction. The authorities
A the two associations have decided to
nerge the boys' summer camps into
one camp if a suitable location can be
found .and the trips being made by
Mr. McDonald and Mr. Yerbury are for
the purpose of inspecting the various
camps and choosing the most satisfac
tory one. No haste is to be made in
the selection of the camping ground.,
and several other places are to be vis
ited before the location is decided on.
The Mississippi river camps as far as
Cordova have all been visited, but none
have met with the approval of the two
secretaries. It is hoped to locate along
"I have used Chamberlain's Stomach
and Liver Tablets with most satisfac
tory results," says Mrs. F. 1 Phelps,
Houston. Texas. For indigestion, bil
iousness and constipation these tablets
are most excellent. Sold by all lead
A SLAP AT DAVENPORT
Federal Court at St. Louis Rules
That Town Cannot Tax a
The following press i.si;atch con
tains jtood news for those who have
suffered from the restrictions imposed
by the Davenport license ordinance:
St. Louis. Mo., April 19 In the
I'nited States circuit court yesterday
Judge Adams granted a writ of habeas
corpus in the case of Harry E. Sellers,
jailed at Louisiana. Mo., for refusing
the pay a fine of $10 imposed on the
charge that he had violated the town
ordinance requiring the payment of a
peddler's license. Sellers represents
a Quincy, (111.) tea and coffee house,
and his defense was that he was not
peddling, but was engaged In inter
state commerce, involving the sale of
goods for future delivery.
To Have a New Front.
The front of the store occupied by
the Rock Island Hardware rompany.
Second avenue anil Eighteenth street,
is to be remodeled. John Volk & Co.
having the contract. The main en
trance will be at the northwest cor
ner of the building an dthe display
space will be increased. There will be
new fixtures and shelving, the old
stairway will be replaced and moved
farther towards the rear of the room
to give more room for the retail department.
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or Good Luck
Only Three Days' ILeft to Get Them
No. CO Fancy Ribbons, in new cord and changeable f f
effects. Easter Sale ItJC
No. 80 Fancy Ingrain Persian Stripe Ribbons, n r-
assorted colorings choice, yard fcOC
No. 80 Printed Warp Taffeta Ribbons, suitable for QQ
susbta 50c, 7ie yd; ut yard UoC
No. 40 Plain All Hllk Taffeta Ribbons. n
all colors Easter -:al 3ZC
Fancy Printed Warp Hair f
Ribbons, yard yQ.
YOU ARE NOT TOO LATE if you come to YOUNG &
McCOMBS; not too late to get a New Gown, New
Waist, a New Hat, New Gloves. We make promises that will
be carried out to the letter. The promises are to give you the
best values that have ever been shown and to deliver parcels
Saturday night. We will run extra deliveries. Our store has
never had such a flow of business. The increase over former
Aprils has been tremendous, which demonstrates that careful
service and quality counts.
"White or very pale shades of mode, biscuit, ie.n 1 or xiay are
more used at this time r the year than the dark somi.ri-colors.
We have them In all tiie leading shades .
Tompkens & Co.. our finest kid glove, stands at the head. Next
to that is the Clenientancs $1. Not quite as fine as the Tomp
kens, but a great deal better than lots of II. &0 gloves.
Amsterdam double tipped silk Bloves are ready. Every pair puar.
anteed. and if they do not give satisfaction, money is cheerfully
50c, 75c and $1.00
We arc showing tbc best $ silk petti
coat in this vicinity. Yes. you would
have to pay $7 to 57.50 elsewhere for
one that is not Its equal. All silk. Y.
and with a silk dust ruffle underneath,
ud they have accordeon pleated
flounce and any color that would suit
your tancy. TH price to you EASTER
100 Morcerired Sateen Petticoats, in
colors and black, Our regular 9 1 -25
kind, EASTER sale price
Eastman and Colgate's Per-
fume from 25c to $1
per ounc o
Moth Hulls. M
Rubber Complexion I Qr
Kirk's Juvenile Snip lfi
25e fixe). p-r cake 1UC
Meniitn's Taleum f
Fancy Proktn A
I or round 3C
IMr ICpsr Candy, 1 H
per jH.und I
Fine Chocolate 1fi
(4l'e quality; 1 y(;
Honey Cm Candy 'C
4tfc qu.tlity) I J)C
Hut ter Cups. ln
There Is scarcely a woman who wi:I
consider herself completely ready un
til she has a pair of stockiiiKS ina i-'
of pure silk to wei'r with her new
Such stockings beRiri at $1.00 a pair
and soar to any price that will meet
with your Ideas and your t;iste. '
There Is nothing in stockings we
By a big jiurchuse we are enabled fo
oftr to you $1.00 quality Imported
Jdercerized Waist ing in Filk dots and
stripes, which are sold the world over,
$1.00 per yard, we will sell for this
EASTER SALE at per yard
The Shirt Walut store, bounding ahead
of the calendar. The high tide of mid
summer selling has begun. The val
ues are finer than ever.
25 styles chic waists with wide stripe
of embroidery down front, tucked at
sides. Or lace Inserted, which
usually bring $1.25 to $1.50: for this
Easter sale we will give you QQf
your choice for Ot
Many other good values In lawns, $1.50
$1.98 to $3.50.
Silk Waists, $1.98, $2.25, $2.50, $2.93 to
$10.00 each. All have the newest
Last week we broke all record in sell
ing of millinery. But the real EASTER
business will be the last three days
of this week, and we're in splendid
shape to serve you. Each customer
will have the painstaking attention of
our efficient help, as we consider the
trouble to show you our millinery a
pleasure. Remember, every order will
be delivered and every promise kept
to serve you to the last minute.
Hats and Bonnets from Paris, New
York and the markets of the world,
and the creative genius of our own
work room. Our hats are original,
and are not too extreme to wear with
comfort. The style. In a word, la the
one made to look prettiest on you. We
fit the head as well us your pocket
book. We never had such line ones at
$2.50, $3.50, $5.00 and $7.50.
We are the causa of death of the old
joke about the expensive EASTER
Is a Leading Characteristic of the
With the utmost care has the de
signer studied the newest itylea in
gowns, and the result is a' corset
whose lines conform accurately to
those of the costume a la mode.
The finest quality webbing and "8e
rurlty" Rubber Button Tips are uud
In the Supporters which cqdip tho
newest expression of Correct Style
Warner's Rust-Proof Hose Supporter
$1.00 to $5.00
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A Day of Joy and
We are the local representatives of The Wooltex Garments whose styles are
acknowledged the Standard for the t"nitd States and they may well be for
the world. We have just returned from the Big Factory at Cleveland. Ohio,
where they had many Suits and 200 .Skirts to close, and as we are the local
rrf xeaentatlves they closed the lots out to us at ridiculously low prices to in
troduce their wear in this vicinity. In other words to get us fully Intro
duced as their representatives to ever-.- lay who wants perfect fit. fao!tles
fashion. A pure wool fabric in great variety with perfect fit and" finish.
An absolute rribney back guarantee with every garment sold at any time
within oue year if not satisfactory.
Covert Suits, sizes 16. IS, 31. 26 to 42. regular t rice $1S.C3.
-while they last. Easter Sale Price
Ijioles' Blaik Cheviot Suits, siiies up tf 45. full taffeta si!k CIO 4(
IJi.fd. worth $20, Easter Sale Trice Mt.UU
200 cf the faultless Wooltex skirts. We have divided them in 3 lots
worth two and three times the pri e we put on them. This Easter ale will
move them quick. Panama. Kiiks. Fancy Novelties and Che ks. All at th
Silk Redir.gots. Silk
Long feats, frori $10 to
$5.00 to .....
f "'lildren's Coats,
Cats. iZ.'i to ..
t 'ijililren'8 Bilk
Coats, $2..'0 to ...