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THE ARGUS, .. WEDNESDAY, MAY, 31. 1905.
Thursday, and fl.5 white
lawu shirt waists 93c
Thursday. $1.25 fancy haiidle
Gloria silk umbrellas with fancy
border, special price 89c
Thursday, fancy mercerized pet
ticoats )1 2.i and $l..r.i values,
special price fur this day. . . .98c
Thursday, ladies' riblwtl ecru
ests. all hiz.s. price 5c
Thursday. ladles' extra :!ze
vests, with and without slocve.
also half Heeves. taped peck and
arm holts, special salt price. 2
Thursday, 10.000 rolls fine wall
paper, 10 per cent discount,
Thursday, men's black and white
shirts, r.dc values 35c
Men's bow ties, for 25c
Thursday, pun- liiih.ee.) oil. per
Wall paper cleaner, per can 10c
Thursday. adjustable window
scr ens. each 15c
Thursday. H inch lawn mowers,
liili rade $2.50
Thursday, f.oii yards dotted cur
tain swiss, inches wide, te::t
quality, our 1 li 1 - tf tods, special
Thursday. Ainoykeas check
ginghams, per yard 5c
Thursday, l'c voiles, choice,
per yard 7 2c
Thursday. 1'7 -inch and ::2inth
wide, Soisctte in tan, blue,
cii ain. wluie, all u.oi s. f"c
quality, per yard 35c
Thursday, and ::' inch sil?.
mulls, per yard 15c
3S inch mohairs, black brown,
uavy, aie quality, per yard 37; 2c
Thursday, Nottingham lace cur
tains, size '- yard by 4t inch,
gtHtd assortment of patterns, our
ll.uu curtain iecial. ptr
Thursday, ixira supers, all wool
ingrain carpt. our Use grade,
only, per yard 47c
Thursday. l.tn0 gold tilled rings,
with stone setting, plain and en
graved, worth up to $l.'tit.
Thursday's pr:ce 25c
ttluaranf e d for " years.!
Thursday, Sterling silver hat
piiis. -Tic to 75c
Thursday, gold filled hat pins,
it. ";c and $1.0u
Thursday, gold necklaces $1.00
Thursday, new embroidered
wash belts, assorted buckles,
Thursday, new stock up-to-date
hardbags. $125. ic. 75c. Sw.
Thursday. No. 4t aud No. 00 all
silf taffeta ribbous, per yard 10c
Thursday, fans for graduating,
plain white batistes, spangled,
lace and assorted patterns, pric
es range from $1.50 each down
Thursday, closing out catidy de
partnient per pound 5c
Juniors of High Schocf Give Re
ception and Hop to
CLASS EXERCISES THURSDAY
Held in Auditorium Attendance by In
vitation Corri-nencement Takes
Plsce at Theater Thureday.
This f veiling at the Watch Tower
inn the annual reception and hop ot
the junior class of the high school, in
honor of the giaduating diss, will Le
held. The junior reception is an even!
of each commencement, and is in ac
cordance with an old custom of the
school. The reception is entirely com
plinientary for the seniors, and friends
'A the juniors. With the junior party
this evening each day of this week
lias its extrc.iseg ,f the graduating
i !a?s. Tomorrow afternoon at '1 o'clock
at the high school auditorium the sen
ior class holds its class day exercises.
Admission is "by invitation for this
program, which is as follows:
Valse I5ril!iante, M. Aloszkuwski
Mary Ktta Iiickman.
President's address Edward Henry
Class Will Mabel Kflie Srnutz.
Class History Madera I. FezU r.
Class I'rophecy Hmalyne Grace
Piano solo-- Ki nest Myron Henning.
Presentation of gift to school - lies
sie Amanda Saudberg.
Response on behalf of school Clar
Presentation of gift to juniors Wal
ter (Jalt Jens.
Reception of gift by juniors Charles
Farewell address Anna Irene Ferry.
Mandolin solo KIsie Julia Schocker
C 'mi iiirMcr m ml.
The commencement program will hr
given at the Illinois theater, Friday
and try the new FIGURE EIGHT
ROLLER COASTER. It Is a
Two bands of music.
Shoot the chutes, and danc
ing. H. E. Krell,
IJoth 'phones. Manager.
Biirti itila. ta
Dentls Daily FoIIkuu. Service te
Dining and Observation Cars.
For Information and Rttet adtirets
VT. a! BeckWr. W. T. A.. 113 Aiama St..
W. A. Carrcti. W. C ElctTtttl
Cea'l Mr. GeaT Pu'r Ait.
raetle IJatlte4 t Gralto, Urla
mrr, Hectal, SkJa mm W
OCSce Hour: 8:30 to 10:10 a. ta.;
1 to 4. 7 to I p. m.
Kimball building, room 3, Mo
LOANS FOR SALE
On well lmirved farms In sums
of ui to IS o. Security
carffuily li.spt-eted before loa.&
are made. Call or write
i. M. HENLEY, ATTORNEY,
10. 11. it Masonic Tempi. DT
e ri port, Iowa.
6 rgtsrpfjj Pj
K-f I P
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evening, at S o'clock. Admission to
the theater is by ticket only, the ma
jority of the- tickets being distributed
among the members of the graduating
class for their relatives and friends.
The remaining seats were placed in
sale at the Illinois this morning, and
sold rapidly during the day. The com
mencement of the high school is an
event at vhich the management of the
theater is as?ured of having a well
filled house. Saturday evening the an
nual alumni reunion and entertainment
in honor of the new members who
graduate this week, will be held at th
high school auditorium. The annual
business meeting of the high school
alumni association will also be held
duriLg the evening.
Given by Handel Oratcrio Society As
siated by Several So
loists. A large and highly appreciative au
dience was gathered at Augustana col
lege last evening to hear the rendition
of "The Creation" by the Handel Ora
torio society, assisted by the soloists.
Mrs. Jeanette Beil Ellis, soprano; V.
Z. Ross, tenor, and Gustaf !IoImu.uist,
basso, and accompanied by Strasser's
orchestra. To music lovers it was a
treat. The chorus, consisting of about
100 voices, under the able direction of
Prof. F. E. Peterson, showed excellenr
training, while the soloists rendered
their parts as only artists can, the trios
being especially worthy of note. Mrs.
Jeanette Bell Ellis, the soprano, pos
sesses a voice that is wonderfully
clear and sweet and full of expression.
W. Z. Ross, the tenor, has a full, rich
voice and was well qualified for the
parts, which he sang. Of the popular
basso, (lustaf Ilolmyuist, little needs
to be said as he has several times
heretofore taken part in Augustana's
musical features anil has won the
hearts of all who have been fortunate
enough to hear him.
NOTES OF THE RIVER.
The Ruth. Eclipse and Helen Ulair
were in port. The Mac and Elinor
The Mississippi will continue to fall
slowly below Dubunue, and a station
ary or slightly falling stage will pre
vail from I.e Claire to Muscatine by
Daugr. H'gt. Ch'ge.
line. 8 am. 21 hrs
Stations Feet. Feet. Feet
Saint Paul 14 o.s
R d Wing n ,.2 o.i
Reeds Landing 12 O.N h.2
LaCrosse 12 8.! u. I
P. du Chien IS 11.4 0.7
Dubuque IS 13.ii u.2
LcCiaire 10 s.l :i.4
Rock Island lf 11.0 :0.4
Des Moines Rapids .. 0.1 :i.I
Keokuk 1.1 lu.S :u.i
St. liouis 30 1!1 :I.O
Kansas City 21 12.0 :U2
RICHT TIME TO CURE CATARRH
H. O. Rolfs Guarantees Hvomei Will
Cure if Used Now. j
The early summer when the weather
becomes warm and settled, is the best
time of the whole year to treat ca
larrhal troubles with the expectation
of complete aud lasting relief.
Everyone who has catarrh of the
head and throat should know how fool
ish if is to try and cure it by drugging
I he stomach.
I'ntil recently your physician would.
b:ie said that the only way to cur'
catarrh would be by a change of cli
mate, but now with Hyomei you can
carry a health giving climate in you.-
purse or vest pocket, and by breath
ing it a few minutes four times a day
soon cure yourself.
Everyone who has catarrh, or even
a tendency to catarrh, should use Hyo
mei now. for the benefit will be gained
twice as quickly and the disease thor
oughly eradicated from the system.
The compUte Hyomei outfit costs
but one dollar, and includes a neat
pocket inhaler, a medicine dropper,
anil sufficient Hyomei for several
weeks' treatment. The inhaler lasts a
lift time, aud if more Hyomei is needed,
extra bottles can be obtained for 50
In Rock Island there are scores of
well known people who have been
cured of catarrh by Hyomei. If it
does not cure you. H. O. Rolfs will re
turn your money. This is the strong
est evidence he can offer as to his
faith in the remedy.
Quality vs. Quantity.
Hard muscles and strong body do
not depend on the quantity of food you
eat. but on its perfect digestion and
proper assimilation. When you take
Kodol Dyspepsia care, your system
gets all the nourishment out of all the
food you eat. It digests what you
eat regardless of the condition of the
stomach ajid conveys the nutrient
properties to the blood and tissues.
This builds up and strengthens the en
tire system. Kodol cures indigestion,
dyspepsia. belching, sour stomach,
weak heart, etc. Sold L all drug
gists. "It was almost a miracle. Burdock
Bloo-l Bitters cured me of a terrible
breaking out all over the body. I am
very grateful." Miss Julia Filbrldge,
Charles W. Kent Accepts Posi
tion in Los Angeles
WILL HAVE SIMILAR WORK
Has Had Charge of Mechanical Draw
ing and Manual Training Depart
ment Successful Year.
Charles W. Kent, supervisor of man
ual training in the flock Island public
schools, tendered his resignation to
the school board today, to take effect
at the end of the school term Just clos
ing. Mr. Kent's action follows his be
iag offered a similar position to the
one he has held here in the State Nor
mal school at Is Angeles, Cal., an
nouncement of his election to the po
sition having been received. The new
position offers a considerable advance
Mr. Kent came to Rock Island from
Decatur in lttul. His first position was
wacher in physics, which place he
filled in the high school for one year.
With the opening of the new school
building he was put in charge of the
mechanical drawing work and the man
ual training department, which was
started in the new building. The present
efficient standing of this part of the
school course has been brought about in
the last three years under his manage
ment. A year ago the manual training
work was extended to the grammar
grades, and he was made supervisor
of the course in the city schools,, with
personal charge of the higher gram
mar rooms, Miss Abbie Dean having
the work of the lower grades under
his instruction. Mr. Kent has sjeiit
the vacations of the past few summers
since he has undertaken this, as yet
new, course of public school work in
pursuing courses of study bearing up
on it in different colleges.
Kxblltlt of Work.
The exhibit of the work of Mr.
Kent's department, which was held in
the high school building the past few
days, occasioned surprise at the
high merit of the work and brought
forth many remarks of praise. The dif
ferent pieces that were on exhibition
are today being removed, and Mr.
Kent will close up his affairs with the
school in the remaining days of the
term. He will not leave for his new
ligation until late in the summer.
A fine set of molding, matching, rab
beting and other forms of bench planes
were presented to the manual training
room this week by 11. F. Knox. The
tools were used by Mr. Knox's father.
and have been kept In good condition.
They will be very helpful to the pupils
in their work.
The canoe made by Mr. Brooks joint
ly with Mr. Kent during the spring in
the manual training room has been
placed in the water. Will Rich launch
ed his fine canvas canoe, one of the
fleet of small craft of the Gitchee Gu
mee Outing club, in the river this fore
noon. The sail yacht Frolic, also of
the club, was recently placed on (he
AT SCHUETZEN PARK
First Program -of a Series Will Be Giv
en by Petersen' Band Thurs
The first of a series of live gran.
military band concerts at Schuetzen
park will be given Thursday evening
by Albert Petersen's band. This mu
sical organization now has 4u pieces,
which permits of a full Inst rumenta
lion. Miss Lillian Price is the soprano
ami Jacob Hebbelu is the trombone so
luist. Following is the first progran.
to be given:
Overt lire "Tancred" Rossini
(a. I "Album Leaf" Rich. Wagne;
(1).) "Awakening of Spring" ....Bach
Solo for trombone Cavatina from
Grand Fantasie from "Lucia de
Overture "Mignon" Thomas
Soprano a. "Summer Night"
b ) "As I Ive Thee"
Waltz "Jolly Fellows" Volstedi
"Scenes of Switzerland" Langey
Rustic picture, peasant dance, alp
horn, laendler. tirolienne.
Grand American Fantasie . .V. Herbert
FLOWERS UPON THE WATERS
Sailors Remember Their Dead and
Have Their Ceremonies.
One of the features of yesterday's
ceremonies was the salute fired by the
naval reserves at the foot of Seven
teenth street, in memory of the dead
patriotic sailors. A large bunch of
roses was thrown into the river, after
which the salute was fired by (iunner's
Mate William Franks and taps were
sounded by James Jeffreys and August
While There is Life There is Hope.
1 was afflicted with catarrh; could
neither taste nor smell and could hear
but little. Ely's Cream Balm cured it.
Marcus G. Shautz, Rah way. N. J.
Cream Balm reached me safely and
the effect is surprising. My son says
the first application gave decided re
lief. Respectfully. Mrs. Franklin Free
man. Dover. N". H.
The Balm does not irritate or cause
sneezing. Sold by druggists at 50
cents or mailed by Ely Brothers. aC
hunt high and low and you
such collection of trimmed
be seen in our millinery
The Largest Assortment of Trimmed
Hats Ever Shown
and i; is needless to inform you that our prices are much lower, because it is an
established fact that
The Bee Hive's Prices Are the Lowest
when style and quality is taken into consideration. St'lf-intcrest prompts us to
make our prices as low as we possible can.
Y7o Url,,A Riff ''f Priif Rnd ca"'not rom dwn Ffcould the pMte sc-em hlh fv-r yu or
We naVe OUI VC rIlLt. beJ.OMj tn, prU-e you iutn.led to jviy. Therefore you vwa
must mark our goods for less money than th litnt or equal value cjn be obtained for tltvhcr as a. I
Millinery Departments as well as Cloak Dipartnients twtth one exoijtiom redute their pris wbieh aif
marked In private selling mark to suit their customer. To do this you know Kids must iiatuinlly Ji?
marked Higli Enough in the fl: Ft jilace and the snore lenient purchaser is made to contribute towards lh?
rc-dueiion the Shrew Shopper receives. An occurrence of this kind csuld not Happen at Our Store. Every
body is treated alike. One Price ta all and that is marked in Plain figures. Think these thtii! over arid
af: r careful consl leration yo'i ct ine to the t.:oie coru-lusiou as hundreds ef m.-n have and are
coining to every day: THAT THE SAFEST AND BEST PLACE TO TRADE IS AT
THE BEE HIVE
IS AGAIN VERY ILL
Pneumonia Again Attacks Him at
His Home in War
saw. i.-:. .1. It. HolloYvbush was in War
aw yesttrday in attendance upm.
pressman B. F. Marsh who is again
with pneumonia, from which he
i'lfieied an a t lack in Washington lasi
winter. While Dr. Holaiwbush ha?
great confidence in the congressman's
rugged constitution, yet he is vr
anxious concerning the condition ot
the distinguished patient.
is what Mrs. Lucy
Stovall.of Tilton. Ga
aid after taking
iy of other weak
b i n g re
stored to perfect
health by this rem
edy. YOU may bs
well if you will tike
nearly all the sick
ness that women
have. It deprives the system of nourish
ment and the delicate organs peculiar to
women suffer weaken, and become
enables the stomach and digestive organs
to digest and assimilate all of the whole
some food that may be eaten. It nourishes
the body, and rebuilds the weak organs,
restoring health and strength. Kodol cures
indigestion, constipation, dyspepsia, sour
risings, belching, heartburn and all stomach
Digests What You Eat
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tlmaa nv.cS tS
trial, er t eo alia.
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SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS.
"Up Agin" a Good Thing
a man when he comtuencee to
patronize the American Steam
Laundry. "The best laundry I ever
struck la-what those wao indulge
In a little slang would say. But
entre nons If you want your linen
as faultless as when yon first
bought It, In color and finish, we
will guarantee to do U to ynnr sat
isfaction every time Careful hand
ling and artistic work are eruong
our up-to-date nithods.
AMERICAN STEAM LAUNDRY,
Twelfth Btiwt ! rtflfc 9 mm mm.
will find no
hats as can
by One Concern in the
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MEN TAKE DR. WALSH'S
successful treatment If you are Buffering from Nervoua Debility, Ki
haustiou. Drains, l'hysicul IVcline, blood Poison, Varicocele, Failing
Memory, Mental Delusions, Hydrocele, Dyseisia. Files. Brouchltin,
Liver or Kidney Diseases, and regain your Health, Strength ait J Vigor.
nail n ll n fl"1 "Hill""
You need Dr. Walsh's Special Treatment If you are suffering from
Uterine or Ovarian Diseases, Nervoua Exhaustion, Rheumatism. Head
ache, Backache, Constipation, Neuralgia, Palpitation of the Heart, or
any other chronic disease.
that Dr. Walsh la the only specialist who ever remained lu tke trf
citles over two years. You also know he haa been located lu Daveu
IHjit 11 years. You must know why Dr. Walsh remains permanently
Is because he cures his patients.
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Electricity In all forms; Vibration, etc Dr. Walsh's Treatment la
within the reach of all.
Only Curable cases taken. If You cannot call, write.. Hundreds
cured by mail.
Hours: 9 to 12 a. m., 2 to 5 and 7 to 8 p. m., Sunday, to 1:30 p. m.
Office McCullouflh building 124 West Third street, Davenport,
Drugged, Robbed, Injured for Life.
I !. . l.i:- nothing more truthful can ! h.iI.I of one allli t.-.l willi l'il-s wli.i
Is liiiluet-il to luy aiel uhk anv il- meili. in- Ireli.: of ti.uk a(4 eon l.iluli,
o.iiim or otlit-r naiiotii- poisons, erKot. leatl, iie-reury or eoe;tln.-.- lr. I tJrif-
'.. A' ly ,' n -inforineit driiKKist who dtxlrex to deal tioiiextly with the ptiMIe
will av that all of the old pile meiliel iif i-oiitaln ti:r-otie poHons, ergot, lead
or in. riu rv." - K. V. I.lovl. Ih. i J. and driiKKixl. Inver. "ol
lr. I., lirltlin: I know you are i ik'h in all vou Hnnrrl In your pauiphh t
relative to the prevailing treatment of .ilM vtith erKol. Ieal -oeaii.e. iii-kiiiv'
iilnl all or anv of the liaic-otii- poisons Yonr. ele.. A. W. Wilson. M. I. til
West Madison street. t'hii'aKo. 1 r. Wilson Is one of the fatuity and u tlun
tee of the l.adil, medical eollene. of 'hie:i;o.
E-RU-SA IS THE ONLY NON-NARCOTIC PILE CURE.
K-Ht'-SA IM'HKS 1'II.KS or Jfi ald. Worst eases with uric lox. Ilun
tlredsof eoinpetent and reliali'.e doetoi and (IriiKKlsIs lnd're ahove slatenieii I
and I ehalh-iiKe lenial. I r. I. Crittin. t'liieao. ill.
nlv reliable and up-to-date druiCKi-ts sell K-Kt'-KA namely: HurixaT
House pharmacy. T. II. Thomas. A. Heiuibeck. Steiuer s pharnmey.
8 ROGK ISLAND
ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
Incorporated Under the State Law. 4 Per Cent Intsrest Paid on
Money Leaned on Personal Collateral or Real Entate Security.
J. M. Huford. President.
II. P. Hull. Vice President
P. Oreenawalt. Cashier.
Be gran th" business July 2, I80,
and occupies ti. K. corner of Mitch
ell Ik. Lynde's balldlns-.
114-1115 West Second Street
DR. J. E. WALSH.
Curea when other
Cures the most obstla-
Has cured thousands In
tin; tri cities.
Will cure you of chron
Is based on 25 year'
Includes all modern
ttmum poHle la UU iraaua'a llae af
Wall I'aprr, liwrtirr ataol t eiliuK llrrara.
Ilau. Ike (IraUaa aail rnlwriava are
II that eaa be dr.lrr.L XVr'il b ilr
Ifchted to ikiin ) aur stuek la Ha
eallrrtrt the part wf It that lalrrrata
joo. Now ! Ika Ilia, to brgla our
taaratlaac, before the riuk krlaa. Voa
will alaa ttnd mm trraliaK you rlabt
la retard to prleea aad i"alir of work.
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410 geveatrealh Klreet.
Ola pboae 721 X. New phoae 3212a
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II. P. Hull,
J. U. Buford.
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Solicitors Jackaoa aV Hurst.
West Cornwall, Conn.
Warren St.. New York.