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THE ARGUS. FRIDAY, APRIL 21, 1903
STIRS UP UNIONS
Business Agent Finds Many
Ready to Affiliate With
MAKES HIS FIRST REPORT
Some of Trades Not Now Organized
are Taking Steps in That Direction.
At the regular meeting of the Tri
City Labor congress last evening at
Industrial hall. Business Agent Herges
made his first report to the congress
since ."lis recent election to that office.
He reported that quite a number of
the unions of the tri-cities, now not
affiliated with the congress, are favor
ably considering representation in the
The barbers of Moline compose the
largest of those which will probably
affiliate with the congress shortly. Mr.
Herges stated that he hal visired a
large proportion of the grocers and
flour dealers of the tri-cirte s, and found
that th- Crosby Milling company's pro
ducts, which are on the unfair list,
are in less demand than before this
action was taken by the unions.
Mr. Herges stated that a number ot
the trades are taking action toward or
ganization, and when the unions are
formed the intention is to become affi
liated with the lalor congress. The
members of the congress were very
well pleased with the report made, and
feel that Mr. Herges has accomplished
as much as could be expected the first
N pre la I unibrr of I uionUt.
The May number of the Tri-City Un
ionist is to be made a special number.
and will contain many interesting
features. The editor. E. C. Heiry, b
preparing to mako this issue the larg
est ever published since the found
ing of the paper. The photographs ol
all of the office .-. of the labor emigres.
will be published, and historical
sketches of the various organizations
Nasal catarrh quickly yields to treat
ment by Ely's Cream Balm, which is
agreeably aromatic. It is received
through the nostrils, cleanses and heals
the whole surface over which it dif
fuses itself. A remedy for nasal ca
tarrh which Is drying or exciting to
the diseased membrane should not be
used. Cream Halm is recognized as a
specific. Price 50 cents at druggists
or by mail. A cold in the head imme
diately disappears when Cream Balm
Js used. Kly Brothers, L. 50 "ai ien
street. New York.
BULL DOG DETERMINATION TO SELL FOR LESS!
SO extensive have been the preparations of this store for spring, that
it distinctively presents the most comprehensive representation of
the season's styles in men's and young men's fine apparel ever shown in
Rock Island and the three cities..
MEN'S FINE SU!TS 19.50
In Suits, the coats range in lengths from the conservative to the long single-breasted and double
breasted specially popular with young men.
Handsome gray and brown worsteds, blue and black unfinished worsteds,
such as are shown at $15 by the custom tailor: our special prices are $22
Sir: T0P C0ATS AND cravenettes
and vicunas. $7.50, $S. 50, and $10; extra In tans, light and dark grays and blacks,
special, $15 blue serge suits & brown double- specially j f C 1 "5 Cfl onH 1
breasteds, specially priced. $12.50. priced, 41U, $10. oU, UHU p I O
yi T"RES"K A Ts TIO JV OF ALL THAT IS- "DISTINCTIVE, IJV
SUITS FOR YOUNG MKN, $18
SOMETHING very special in snappy suits at this price; the most attractive showing
ever offered hereabouts. Double-breasted and single-breasted brown homespuns,
black imported wosteds of the finest quality, shown at $35 q i o Qfl H s 1 & Hfl
bv the custom tailors, our special nrices for them are ... v.oU cilia 1 O.UU
An unequalled presentat in of young men's suits, double-breasted qnd Extra Specials Fort the economical purchasers we quote the following
sinsl-breasted. specially priced $15, $13.50, $12.50 jriccs, in good quality young men's suits $10.00 and $7.50
MEN'S HATS. MEN'S GLOVES MEN'S SPRING VESTS. j MEN'S LISLE HOSE
Derbys. Fedora. $2.5.) Extra special $1.00. Now Krays. light and dark tans. Overplaids and browns. grays and
DUNLAP, Knox Style MEN'S NECKWEAR. $1.00 to 4.00 i Marks. Wilson Hros. 2.-c hose. 17c, or !
$n.5 to $5.00. Specials 50c. MEN'S SUIT CASES, Special $5.00. j '' for 50c.
TKe Latest Easter Creations in Artistic Wearables for Men d Boys
Correct Easter Shirts
Kagle, Caluni-t. duett and Anchor brands.
riOr. to lO.
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FREE. !j T U FREE
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) Ccaut.ful I' l -'j of
Easter V'' j l i Fancy
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Correct Easter Ties
25c to 75c.
Correct Easter Vests
Sinple and double breasted, all tbe
$1 to $5.
Stunninp peg Tops, in Fancy Chev.uts,
S1.95 to $7.
RE YOU PREPARED to greet Easter Sunday properly? It
is the natural desire of every man and boy to appear in
new garments on Easter Sunday. This greater store is
ready with the newest and most beautiful collection of
Easter Wearables ever shown in this city.
Suits for Men
Styles wo are proud of and rou wili
be, too. when you m e th rii. for they
embrace excellence of style, perfection
in fit. and superior wearing qualities.
S10 to 22 50
FOR MEN AND BOYS
Stunning mw styles in tans and
parent leathers. We squeeze th price.
$1.50 for $2.00 values.
S2.C0 f?r $2.50 values.
$3.C0 for $4.00 values.
$4.00 for $5.00 values.
Free A fancy pair of Easter hose
with every pair of shoes tomorrow.
Suits for Boys
W'f score many points in boys' no
elties. Every smart and up-to-date
style in artistic Juvenile wt-arables is
here. We have earned our enviable
reputation as boys" clot bins; headquar
ters, for we Rive more than any other
S1.95 to $10.
FREE An air gun, a baseball out
fit, a knife, or a cap with every child's
Correct Eoster Hats
For Lad and Dsvd
li'iyinR for two h;g stores direct
from the manufacturers enables us to
save c-onsumers I he jobbers' profit. No
matter what price hat you buy there
is a saving.
SI 50 10 S3 50.
FREE For tomorrow a be lutif ul
Easter tie with every hat.
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FREE WiTH LVER-Y CONFIRMATION SUIT-A BEAUTIFUL PAIR OF CUFF BUTTONS
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