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ELKS MEET NEXT
The State Convention Program
Shows Number of Inter
HELD AT MOLINE MAY 22-24
'his anxiety, 19. 25 and 50 cents. If you
are early, youll be glad.
"Home hunting" usually begins by
answering an Argus want ad and it
ends there if the property is right.
The pupils in the district schools of
the county today took their final exam
inations for the grammar school work.
There may be an Argus want ad to
day whose errand is to find you. Look
for it you will recognize it when you
W. C. Maucker has some snaps in
real estate which will pay you for read
ing the list enumerated in the want
A chance to sell something you don't
want, and a chance to buy something
The state lodge of Elks will be held you do want may both be found in the
in Moline May 22 to 24, and the Moline Argus want ads.
lodge is planning to rovally entertain I' you must "sacrifice" your piano
n It.,r., ot n. aii ,,t,J to raise money, don't get "panicky"
ments for the convention are now com
plete, and the official program is ready
Delegates Will Be Well Entertained by
Members of Lodges, in
for distribution next week.
The first two days will be almost en-
sessions of the convention being' held ou v,m't if yu don'1
about it, let an Argus want ad find the
best market for you.
"You will "know things" about real
estate in this city if you read The Ar
gus want ads carefully every day and
on Wednesday, May 24.-' Monday dele
gates will be received at tt?e Blks' club
and lodge rooms, and a social session
will be held. Tuesday the morning is
to be spent in visiting places of inter
est in Moline. Tuesday afternoon will
be the Elks' big parade, with all dele
gates in line. Tuesday evening the J
public meeting will be held at the First
Congregational church. The trolley
ride will take the place of the excur
sion planned for Wednesday. At 2
o'clock Wednesday afternoon the dele
gates will be given a trolley ride, visit
ing the arsenal and Davenport and
Rock Island. The social feature of the
ventlon will be the Elks' complimen
ary ball at Campbell's island at the
Following is the program for the
Ioulnv, My 22.
S p. m. Reception to delegates and
visitors at Manufacturers hotel and a
social session at the Elks' club and
Turmla), May 2X
Morning Visiting of factories. New
Afternoon Street parade of Elks at
2:30 o'clock. Everybody will fall into
Evening Public meeting at First
Congregational church. Address will be
given by William E. Trautmann, of
East St. Ix)uis. A musical program will
also be given.
Wednenday. May 24.
Second annual convention.
9:30 a. ni. Opening of convention.
Address of welcome Mayor Andrew
Response T. S. Bunn. state presi
dent B. P. O. E.
Addresses by M. j. O'Brien, exalted
exalted ruler; Hon. Charles E. Pick
ett: George H. Randall, northern dis
trict" deputy; Dr. B. L. Malenthal,
southern district deputy.
2 p. ni. Elks and ladies will enjoy
a trolley ride to the island and tri
cities. visiting places of interest.
Evening Complimentary ball at
the "House-in-the-Woods," Campbell's
Report your changes to Stone's city
directory, office northeast corner Sec
ond avenue and Eighteenth street, or
call up old 'phone 553 L.
Who is who?
Who is who?
Who is who?
Who is who?
Who is who?
Insure with McKee.
Sonnon -fluid tonight.
Son nen -Cold tonight.
Watch for "who'st who?"
Zlbia lighted -delighted.
Zazaro is there, call for it.
1X you know "who's who?"
Buy a home of Reldy Bros.
H. K. Walker, fire Insurance.
Trl-City Towell Supply company.
For bus, baggage, express, call Robb'g.
For bus or express. Spencer & Trefz.
"Who's who" will be interesting.
Watch for it.
See what Cleniann & Salzmann are
showing in parlor furniture.
Great May sale of muslin undergar
ments next week at McCabe's.
Ice cream and ice cream soda at
Peterson's. 1314 Third avenue.
W. II. Sleinon will Jo your tin work;
1427 Sixth avenue. New 'pboue 5746.
For furniture, carpets auj rugs go to
Cleiuann & Sulzmau's aud save u p r
Call and see the f.ue display of par
lor furniture now sliown jit Clenianu &
Jewelry and other gifts for the grad
uates. Very secial preparations for
these at McCabe's.
Dancing lessons in clas or private,
day or evening. Plume North 57, J. J.
Among the new corset models re
cently placed on sale at McCabe's are
some of the latest LaGrecque models,
$1 to $5. Guaranteed in every respect.
The local teamsters union has sta
tioned a picket to interview men who
are thinking of accepting employment
from the Chicago strike breakers' agen
cy located here.
The new dining room furniture In
"fumed" oak, early English oak and
golden oak may now be seen at Cle
maun & Salzmann's, where all the
new things in furniture are found.
The new dining room furniture in
"funied" oak, early English oak and
golden oak may now be seen at Cle
mann & Salzmann's, where all the
new thinga in furniture are found.
Monday morning at 9 o'clock that
unique sale of salesmen's dress goods
samples starts at McCabe's. Lengths
from a half yard to l4 yards; 50-cent
to $2.50 values for 5 to 25 cents. See
The great mid May muslin underwear
sale at McCabe's planned for next
week bids fair to excel any former pre
vious sales, as all the preparations
have been long and carefully planned
in every little detail.
The payroll at New Shops for last
month reached $58,000, $14,000 of this
sum being in the motive power de
partment, and the remainder for the
storehouse rooms. The payroll num
bered 1,200 employes for the month.
The Ladies' society of the German
Evangelical church will have a coffee
and bazar at Turner hall Thursday ev
ening. May IS. afternoon and evening.
All friends are invited. Admission
free: tickets for refreshments, 15 cents.
Dr. J. W. Stewart will address the
boys' meeting of the Y. M. C. A. tomor
row afternoon at 2:30 o'clock. The
men's bible class meets at 4 o'clock, in
place of the men's meetings, which
have closed for the summer.
Frank Renaut, the upholsterer is
now installed at his larger and more
commodious quarters at 329 Twentieth
street, where he will continue to try
to please his old and new patrons. Ring
up old 'phone West 712 L or new 5492
for estimates, etc.
Call at Stelner's pharmacy for fine
ice cream sodas. He also carries a
complete line of perfumes and toilet
articles, drugs and drug sundries. Pre
scriptions a specialty. Prescriptions
filled day and night. No. 2300 Fifth
avenue. Residence, 535 Twenty-third
street. 'Phone W. C5.
The Contemporary club, of Daven
Iort. has Issued in pamphlet form a
paper on "The Culture Value of Mu
sic," which was read before that or
ganization recently by H. E. Downer,
who. by the way, is a member of the
Tri City Press club. It is filled with
good things, especially for those who
are musically inclined.
Miss Gertrude Carse, who has stud
ied music for several months In Chi
cago under the direction of Duvivier
and who is now a student for the sum
nur under the direction of Mrs. Lund
of Augustana college will sing at the
Broalway Presbyterian church at the
morning service. Her selection will
be "Rejoice" from the Messiah."
WHAT IS SONNEN-GOLD?
Question Which Everyone Been
Asking is Now Ans e.ed.
For sowe time the worl "Sonnen
Gold" has been common in The Argus,
and is familiar to all readers who have
been wondering irom ween to week
what "SonnenrGold" 13. An explana
tion is now due them. We asked
"What is Sonnen-Gold "? "Is it a break
fast food'? No it is not, but it is an
other food of grtat value, that tills ali
n-quire ments. It is a new brand" of
betr just brought out bv the Hennin?
Graham. Davenport. j Brewing company, the finest brew that
You can save 2J per cent by buying has ever left their establishment,
your furniture, carpets, rug, etc., at j We asked "Is it a patent flour?" No,
Cleniann & Salzmann's. it is not a parent flour, but liquid
An immediate success. The school brad and "the brew that !s brewed."
girls LaGrecque corsets. $1. Exclu- We asked "Is it a new story?" Yes,
sive agency at McCabe's. Jit is a new story of health and vigor.
If your stenograph r divides her !ound in U,t,e8 or wot1. If desired,
time between the clock and the mirror, a St:roe ' satisfaction and a promo-
read the Argus want ad. ler of hea,,h in oli nd young. It y.s
. . . . r, , , , , .,, made .f the finest ingredients, with
The U A of n. of Rock Island will i!f absolutely pur; and
give a card party and dance at Mac-, the of , nQ
cabee hall Monday. May 15. .,,a. thr narn . .
sparll'ng and refreshing and golden as
the f:ns-hine. in fact "Sonnen-Gold".
white goods for graduation
both imported and domestic.
Great attraction at .Mct.aoes. Now fhat you know what !t Js onJer a
Yacht, tan and Eton duck caps, just case of "Sonnen-Gold" for family use
received at McCabe's from an ovt-r-!and we confidently await your verdict
anxious manufacturer. Prices reflect THE IIENNING BREWING CO.
Cyf 'A Tf -T TT ' U TT Toilet preparations are well
jfi yril'Jxl H m known for their purity
. and merit. Zahntl Facial
Crea'ScibrFood. Bust Developer, Scalp Ointment. Hair
Grower HalrTonic We are pleased to announce a Prac
tical Demonstration, of thdSe goods beginning Tuesday. May
IS. to which, all ladles are cordially Invited. Notion Dept.
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THIRD AVENUETHROUCH TO SECOND
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For Graduating Gifts Courtship of Miles Standtsh. In
Love's Garden. Out to OKI Aunt Mary's, Old Sweetheart of
Mine. " Exquisite Illustrations: lowest prices. Handsomely
framed pictures make appropriate gifts. We are placing
a large number of new ones on sale at low prices.
50c to 2.50 yd Dress Goods
Samples 5c to 25c Each
HpHIS WILXi be welcome news, the fame of this unique sale of dress
goods Is constantly spreading. The most striking - values In dress
goods will be ready for you
Monday Morning at 9 O'clocK
and continue on sale while they last.
6,000 TRAVELER8' SAMPLES ranging from a half to
a yard and a half lengths of the finest Imported and domestic dress fa
bric. In most casea there are from three to eight samples of a kind and
color; these we will have put together in bunches, so that you will find
enough for a waist, skirt or even a whole dress.
The lot Includes almost every color and style of dress goods made
this season, each 6 to 25c a piece.
Crepe d Paris
Rain Proof Cloths
Mohairs S7 Oil Iff
Sicilians ; "V-: 1 '
Including all of our own remnants marked to correspond with the sam
ples. Ail Goods that you would have to pay by the yard
from 50c to $2.50 a qard, choice of these samples at
each 5c to 25c.
Remember the day and time. Commencing Monday morning i.t 9 o'clock
while they last 6c to 25c each.
A MONG our most popular, best
fitting and long wearing cor
sets, we mention the LaGrecque cor
set, of which we have Just received a
fresh supply, and some entirely new
models are in the lot. Our expert cor
setlere wiil promise to fit your form
01, $1.50, $2.25
and up to $5
We call particular attention to the
school girls' LaGrecque corset, some
thing quite new, ff
, x . vs
Return if not entirely satisfactory.
Better form, more durability and more
comfort In this school girls' garment
than has heretofore been produced.
Mothers and daughters should remem
ber this when thinking about corsets.
18c to $1 Embroideries, 10.000 yds. in all, for
9c to 38c & yard
rpHIS sale should be of Intense Interest to everyone wanting embrold
eries. Coming as it does early In the season when white dresses and
skirts will be so much worn, the opportunity for buying finest cambric,
swiss and nainsook matched sets, all widths, flouncing, corsets cover
embroideries at a fraction of their value is an event of much moment.
This is an Importer's line, of sample pieces of embroideries, used ontheir
counters when selling to merchants. This is the end of their season, and
we were most fortunate in securing this lot of finest embroideries at so
low a figure.
Commencing Monday morning at 10 o'clock and continuing while
they last, we ofTer:
Nainsook and cambric edges and Nainsook. Swiss and Cambric Em
lnserOngs. worth up to Q broideries, worth up to 1 0
25c, at per yard S8c. at per yard
7.500 yards ELEGANT wide flouncing, medium and narrow width of
Nainsook and Swiss Embroideries In the new English Eyelet work. Irish
Point effects, etc.. and lots of Corset Cover Width, worth from 38c to
$1.25 a yard, choice In four lots at
15c, 19c, 25c and 38c yd.
T7E7 WISH to call particular at
" ttntlon to the handsome Com
plete Outfits for graduates.. Misses
and young ladies. Exquisite corset
covers, petticoats and drawers, and
handsome white dresses, all sizes
from 12 to 20 years, style so charm
ing, and prices so attractive, that It
does not pay you to make the garments.
3,000 plants to be sold at once. It
Is an overstock and prices drop
for potted Sweet Alys
sum. Lobelia Feverfew,
etc. nice growing plants.
Buys strong, healthy pot
ted Geraniums. Verbenas,
Heliotrope, Coleus, Lo
8c. 12c. 19c for a big variety of
All well potted . arid In best con-dltlbn.
100 dozen Asters..' ready
for planting, per doeen . . ,
Bale begins at 1 10 o'clock sharp,
IMPORTED French Lawns and
dainty, sheer batistes. These ma
terials are 48 Inches wide. Prices,
per yd.. 75c. C8c, 58c. 0C.
48c. S2e and ZDC
Splendid values in fine Persian
Lawns, extra finish, beautiful ma
terial, prices, per yd., t Q
44c. 33c 26c and A-'C
A beautiful assortment of Imported
Dotted Swisses. Special prices for
this week. yd.. 68c, 65c, Oft
48c. 38c and
Also a full line of Mousselin de
Soles, Plain Swisses, Embroidered
Swiss Nainsooks. In a variety of
styles and prices.
'a great sale onfall kinds of towels
divided into four lots
10c each..... 11.10 dozen
15c each 1.85 dozen
20c each 2.25 dosen
25c each 2.75 dozen
Each day this week, from 3 to 5 p..
m., we will sell hemmed Huck
Towels. slzel7x34. for e
5c each. .V! OC
fFHE EYES are ttte organs of ner
vous contact with the world In
a much greater degree than any
other organ of the body. Nervous
ness, headache and red. Inflamed
and swollen eyes and eyelids, blur
ring, dancing, difficulty In fixing
eyes on an object and many other
symptoms are reflexes from eye
traln and can be corrected by th
us of properly fitted glasses. Dr.
Tyers. our optical expert, will ex
amine your eyes and glre you ad
vice free for the asking.
-f) ML a .
The May Sale of
BEGINS Monday, the 15th, with thousands of new and dainty garments
all made and finished according to the high standard of excellence
required by this More. Even the cheaper garments receive most minute
care in making. High-class labor, pure air, and sanitary conditions
mark tbe shops In which this underwear is made and the fineness of
material, generous sizes and low prices, make an asured success of
this sale. ,
Splendid values in women's Night Gowns. 69c
For the May Sale we offer special 20 dozen Nainsook Gowns at 69c
We have never sold their equal for the money.
They come in
round square and V necks, in slip over and button Gowns. m:ule of fine cambric, muslin and natn
wtth laces, embroidery and tucks. They are full length and generously elzed, and. as stated, only 69c.
Nice Musin Gowns, with full tuck
ed yoke. Inserting of Torchon Lace
arfd full rued neck. The fine
stitching and good sizes of these
gowns make them extraordinary
values at 45o
Thousands of night gowns collected
$1.87, $25, etc
Beautiful Nainsook Gowns with full
embroidery trimmed yoke, tucked
and hemstitched, square neck fin
ished with band of ribbon, full
sleeves, with wrist ruffle of em
broidery. You'll think $1.25, but the
May sale price Is 89o
for this great May sale and priced on a
Great showing of handsome night
gowns for $1.15, made In about a
dozen styles, best finish, generous
sizes, fine lace or embroidery trim
ming. Nothing equal to these shown
before in this vicinity at the
small margin basis at A7, $1.68,
A Showing of White Petticoats from $7.50 to 50c k
You'll think twice before you pass these petticoats at 95c. Two styles bought expressly for this occasion.
One, full cambric petticoat wlthh deep flounce of embroidery and ruffled foundation. The other, cambric
petticoats with dainty lawn flounce ninlshed In fine tucks ana nemsmcning. rxo sucn Mf
values have been seen around here, price
Muslin petticoats with lawn flounce
nnd tucks. May sale 46o
Cambric petticoats, embroidered,
tucked and hemstitched flounces,
unmatchable garments, at ..$1.25
Petticoats with elaborate flounces
of lace or embroidery, and wide
inserting of same. Bargains for
the May sale
Beautiful petticoats. made extra
wide and full from fine Cambric
material. Deep edging of Ham
burg or lace. Very desirable
Elaborate showing of exquisitely designed and finished pettlcotfts. trimmed with fine laces and embroideries, three
to five rows of Insertlngs. twenty-four Inch flounces, etc. Many of these styles are exclusive with ua prices for
this May sale 2.39, $2.94, $3.68, etc
Hundreds and Hundreds of Pretty Styles in Corset Covers
Verv attractive will be the large variety of Corset Covers at 25c. Styles enough to suit everybody, embroid
ery or. lace trimmed. Just as carefully made and sized as if they were $1.00. May sale price
Not over two to one buyer.
ery or. lace
Corset Covers at 7c not to be sold
to dealers or at wholesale. Good
muslin Corset Covers '.round or V
necks, only 7c
Cambric corset covers, square neck
trimmed with torchon lace, cheap
Pretty Corset. Covers, made French
way. full fronts, neck and arm
hole trimmed with Point de Paris
lace, several styles to pick from
We speak with emphasis on the
merits of the beautiful corset cov
ers at 50c. A large number of
styles, with handsome trfmmlng of
lace and embroidery. So many we
cannot describe them, all low at.50o
Exquisite Corset Covers, made in the most dainty styles, with lavish finish of laces and embroideries, marked at
the attractive prices 62c, 65c, 68c 7 So, 87o, sto.
Very Opecial Value Drawers at 50c
Qr.lendid variety of Ladies' Drawers at 50c. Note the generous sizes, the quality of the Nainsook. Cambric and
Muslin used, the beautiful lace and embroidery trimming, nnd the price only ftOo
Muslin Drawers, with cambric urn- Dozens of style's of cambric and We group together a number of 60c
,, . . mV,..ii. and 60c drawers, handsomely
, m-rt.n of lace mU9Hn drawer8 lace r mbr0,d- made and trimmed and to em-
brella flounce. Inserting ot lace. My trlmmea, (extra s'.zes lnclul- phaslze the values in this sale
. , ioQ at, at' 25c we mark them all 41c
unusual value, price h
In this May sale on a quick Belling Dasis. ai cue, oyo, oc, etc, etc.
Many other styles of drawers
wear We cannot ape too highly of the correct, full sizes
and carfullymade Children'. Underwear In thU
sale. No fear about the fit prlcea are certainly very
DRAWERS, with cluster tucka or with embroidery or
lace trimming. 86o 33c, lUC
25c, 22c, 18c 15c and
GOWNS, prettty garments In all slzea, up to 12
priced from Qf
PETTICOATS, made extra full, for all ages, plain and
with lace or embroidery 0 1
trimmings, $1-25 to OOl
UNDER WAIST8 made of batiste, summer weight,
all sixes. 2 to 14 yards Qs
Extra Sized Gar
ments Large women fitted here.
GOWNS Made good and roomy, extra sizes In
every sense of the word, $1.48, Q
$1.25. 88c. 87c. 75c and 07C
DRAWER8 No skimping in material, generous,
comfortable, extra sizes, for big people, priced at
$1.25. 95c. 72c. OC
49c and AJC
CORSET COVER3 extra sizes up to 50 bust, well
and carefully made. $1.25 it
down to '. "f vJC
PETTICOAT8 for neehy women, made extra large
through the hips, trimmed with embroidery or laces,
nicely tucked, from QC
from 13 S to OJC
SHORT PETTICOAT8, regular sizes, knee lengths,
comfortable and dainty garments, rsnglng
froml.48 to OVC
Special Hour Sales
AT 10 O'CLOCK each day for a
week 50 good MUSLIN DRAW
ERS, cluster 1C.
tucka. at ....AC
AT 12 O'CLOCK Monday, Tues
day and Wednesday. 50 fine soft
Muslin NIGHT GOWNS, tucked
and hemstitched 9Qc
AT 3:00 O'CLOCK each day for a
w-ek fine cambric CORSET COV
ERS, ruffle or lac
PROM an anxious manufacturer,
40 dozen Children' and Misses'
Duck and Pique Hats and Caps.
Yacht. Tarn and Eton Lots of
style and real flyers, at
19c, 25c and 50c
irONDAY and while they last.
men's Vic! Kid Shoes, extra
quality soles, good nssortment f
sizes, made to sell at $2.00, 10
priced this time at
" TONDAY and all week if they last
ladies' Fancy Hose, 26c quality,
all sizes, they'll not last It
long at pair sG
T ADII?' Union Taffeta Umbrel
las, fine assortment of fancy
handles, silk case and tassel. $2.00
week at ,
Forty-two and 45 In. Half Bleach
ed Pepperell Pillow Case AI
Muslin, very special at yd.
Monday at 3 o'clock 40 In. fine
8c quality, at yd f2c
Fancy and staple striped Feather
Ticking, the 20o kind.
this week, yd .....'fC
Fancy Striped Straw Ticking, three
very special lots at 71.
at 10c. 8 Vic and 2C
36 In. Dress Percales, dark orMlght
styles for Bhlrts, Waists. Wrap
pers, etc. HHo quality. ,7
all week. yd. . , j fc
Great Sale of
H HOUSEKEEPERS should give
every Item enumerated below
38 Inch Jacquard Swiss, In stripes
and novelty patterns, 1 f
worth 16c. at yd J.VC
Nottingham. Cable, French Novelty
and Arabian Nets. 20 Inch to 54
Inch In width, oved locked stitch
edge, at per yd.. (
30c. 25c. 18c, 16c and L,-'C
10c Brass Extension Sash C
Rods, for this week c
Felt Shades, com piste. 7
ready to hang '.'c
60c Oil Opaque Shades). "I Q
Lace Door Panels In "White and
75c. 62c. 45c and UOC
Slikosheen and Elyslan Drapery,
8 Inches wids In newest denlgn
and pattern. 10lr
at yard. 16c and -2c
Three panel Oak Screej.s, tfjl CX)
with filling ,4X.O
Rope Portieres In chaallle and
solid cords. ;laln and Oriental col
orings. $2.75. Q tytL
$2.25. $1.87 and sX.A
IBte Curtains In fioiiil inl cou
venttnnal designs and patterns.
White, Ivory and Arabian, worlb
$1 60 to 3 00 ;alr. C"1 ((
,at $2.2. $17. $150 and ...mX.UV
Os lot of Cretonnes and r?n!:ns.
-orth 16c and lie yd., Q
to close 'C