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FEAST AT GHURC
Begins the Celebration of Anni
versary of Young People's
See Window Display
Sec. '.in Jow Display
IN SUNDAY SCHOOL ROOMS
President G. C. Elakslee to Preside at
After Dinr.cr Program L. P.
Besi to Speak Sunday.
THE ARGUS, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 2J, 1000.
This Mmins in the Sunday school
room the numbers of the Young Peo
pie's association of the Rro:'dwa Pres
byterian church will hold their annu;?I
banquet. A st' it. pi nous dinner will ho
served at 7::'.' fedlowed lv an inter
esting pro-era in interspersed with
derj Ceorge C. B!ak-d e has been the
only member who has been hon.ire I
with rede;-etion for four successive
i.TriK Siiir.li of ihe iuedee..'ssors 'o
.!r. Blakslee were II. M. Rossiter. 1S07
!.; Mrs. A. 1 1. McC;ind!ess. ls:S-!:;:
W. It. Mcinfyie. sM-' and II. E.
Van Duzer. ir.i(-(,2.
rli-r:illii nmi:i r.vruins.
Tin' celebration of ihe anniversary
ef the association takes place Sunday
t'vrnin?. Special music will be given.
Miss Harriet Cropper will rentier .?
selection from the "Messiah" Ar.t:;!
nrtto .Moeizel. the child soprano of
Davenpert. will render a selection.
Calvary." A cornet duet by Miss
Aima Holt and Mrs. H. E. Van Duzer
is ai.-o included in the program.
"THE STORE THAT SAVES YOU MONEY.
wosi (Si "MBOsMMsa
3 31 X-r ZL X
.! nt George C.
make a short address intrndueing Xo-
laa P. Brst, who makes th:- principal
LAST NIGHT'S TREAT
PROVED A RARE ONE
Professor Oelschlaegel and Madam
Ncack ancK Children Delight Mu
Jtock Island. 1M.. Oct. 25 Editor
Argus: It was ray great pleasure and
great privilege to be present last even
ing at the conceit given at the Y. M.
C. A. auditeriuni by Professor 0 !-schku-gel
and Madam Xoack and her
children, and I cannot commend too
highly ihe rare talents and artistic
genius of Professor Oelschlncge!. as
well as Madam Xoack an J her giltel
Professor Oelschlaegel is one of the
great mas.ers of the violin, one of tho
few great n:asters who i:ave visited
this country, and who ranks with Kti
btlik and others of his kind. He is a
scholar of Joachim, which in itself is
"e.ne of the hlehest recommenlations
and distinctions that any artist could
po.-sibly enjoy. His conceit last niht
befcre a critical audience established
his ability as an artist at the fir.t
rank. Madam Xoack's artistic finish as
a pianist will rank with that of Madam
Zeisler of international renown, whii
;er children have inherited wonderful
;,'Ifts anil have creat future in store
for the in.
The concerts in the future will bo
awairi d as rare musical ir.-ass and
should be supported by the tine ar
tists of the three cities. Time is too
short to admit for an extended criti
cal analysis of ti)' program, bir th;s
I will undertake en I lie occn-don of a
inline mertai anient.
CAUL II I : I . E . P K X S T I : I . L .
Call for No's. 121
NI'VMR was there a correct shape
so universally popular! More of
this model is sold than all other sim
ilar models put together. It's a shape
for th avera.se form; for the medium
form; the corset skirt curving over
the hips, shaping them inio curves of
heaury. The "Security" .Rubber But
ton Hose Supporters, as attached, are
ivfiv-saiy lor producing tae desired
Style 121, Sateen, price $1.50
Style 221, Batiste, price $1.50
"DUTY" SUBJECT OF ADDRESS
Rev. B. F. Martin to Speak to Men at
Y. M. C. A. Meeting.
Rev. B. F. Martin will address the
men's me-eting at the Y. M. C. A. Shj
day afternoon at :;:". Ii: :u!iject being
"Duty." .Mis? Hortha .Icnus.-tn and Ar
thur .lonns.-en will sing a duet.
The boys' meeting at 2:13 will he
conducted by V. F. Kaupke. superin
tend nt t.f th. Christian Sunday seaoo!.
V 1 WARNERS'
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A Corset that At
tracts SPKCIFICALIY built for figures of
full proportions. qualified to
lengthen the waist of the naturaily
short form and to mold the hips into
t lit right relation to the waist and
bust. The waist of a form wearing
this model is reduced at least two
inches and the hips accordingly.
Dressed wit'.i an application of Roman
pattern net lace, equipped with a tri
ple set of "Security" Rubber Button
Heso Supporters at hack, hips and
No. 217, Cuotille, price $3.25
WT ARNER'S Rust-Proof Corsets are nature's form
corsets guaranteed to fit the figure and keep
the shape that nature intended. A nature form corset,
the Warner Rust-Proof proves the most comfortable of
Smartest up-to-dale styles are correctly shown in the Warner's,
highest type eL" cerset mannfacturered. The outer garments of
wearers of these corsets display an attractive and handsome effect,
that is not attained by any other line. The long back, high bust cor
sets, so much in demajid, will be among this display. Every model
will be demonstrated in our Corset Section on the second floor Satur
day, and througnout the entire following week. Come in and be fitted
by o;r Corset iere.
A CORSET that
for its sterling
epiality of fabric,
honing and trim
ming never fails to
give satisfaction. Is
no! the pictured cor
iit with its graceful
contour sa' isl'yiiig to
he eye? Try one- of
j Price $1.00
WE have just re
five dozen ladies' cor
set e-ove-rs to sell at
4!c. They are daintily
trimmed with lace in
sertion, edging and ba
by ribbon, and are the
best values ever ejffer
ed for the money.
Another pretty style is
tiie embroidered yoke
cover at this same
Warner's Must - Proof
249 and 349
rTTHERE is a reason, simple, when considered, for
the existence of the corset hose supporters. To
complete the corset, the hose supporters must be
attached, as the fashionable corset does not "stay
put" without them, nor will the modern garment,
without their aid, mold to the form.
Warner's models are all designed with the hose
supporters, and furthermore, they are fitted with a
guaranteed boning, meaning literally that the cor
set can with safety be washed, if one wishes.
For the short full
for good propor
tions that the
waist line he
reduced, wa i s t
ed, we urge
styles 219 and
m ! &&i.kws
the curving, un
boned skirt ex
tension with at
This is a feature
that gives a beau
tiful hip shape to
e Loud Back Gore
THKRC'S a n-w 1'eaHire In cornet,
making that results in creating a
type of form that is nv.tiid and com
paratively small of waist for even
large to; :ns. This ieature is noted in
the designing of the hack section and
ihe split hip-gore ;;iid the curving into
the waist of the tapering seams, re
ducing ihe waist si.". The corset
skirt as ii encircles the hips shapes
tilt in ; own id the back, retaining, how
ever, the strai2ht line of the clasp he-
itF'SrsJ low the wai.-t.
Made ol Strong Batiste, No. 318, Price $2.25.
None Better for the Money
WARNER'S Rust-Proof Corsets
are uneejualed for bringing out
the best points of a woman's figure,
and moulding it into the lines desire i
by the present, mode. This modc-d has
the "fan-front" tipped with the famous
Security" Rubber But'on Hose Sup
porters that add the pleasant assur
ance of security for the corset, as we:!
as the stockings. Made of beautiful
soft material, fascinatingly trimmed
Coutille, No. 229, Price, $1 Pair
Batiste, No. 329, Price, SI Pair
V.f ' . t
1 ; t
I . d .1 I
grip sew-on hose sup
porters will be display
ed during this sale.
They are made up very
elaborately with im
ported sheered ribbon,
in white, iink and blue,
a touch eif complete
ness being the satin
ribbon bow. Three
different styles at
$1.25, r0c and 39c.
BUYS WARREN RECK HOME
Ceorge F. Roth Secures Twenty-Third
Oeorge F. Roth today .through Reidy
I.ros". agency. purcha-ed from Warren
watch ran it.
THE. important features of
the Wooltex Sale this week
are the correctness cf the
styles, the great number of
models, the choiceness f the
fabrics and -the wide range-of
colors the coats- are shown in.
They are not enly beautiful
coats, but they are practical
and serviceable ceiats. Be sure
and see the Wooltex garments
Saturday at 5:..", $27.."u, $2.1.
$20 and $1..
OUR line of children's coats
has been replenished with
another shipment, making the
collect ion worthy of your in
spection. Y'ou will find gar
ments here not seen elsewhere,
and a comparison of prices will
at euice convince you that these
garments are worth every part
of the price asked. Large as
sortment of weaves and styles
at from $2.23 to $8.50.
THE handsomest suits in the
tri-eities is a remark heard
several times each day in our
ladies' department. It is true,
every word of it, for the hand
somest suits ever shown in the
city are congregated here for
your approval. Coupled with
the high quality is the right
price, such as $27.50, $25, $20,
$15, $11.50. $10 and $7.98. See
A SAMPLE line of ladies silk
waists will be displayed
Saturday in our ready-to-wear
section that stand without a
peer in quality, style, work
manship and price. Regularly
they sell at from $3 to $10; the
collection allows you your
choice at $3.9S, in black, green,
red. gray, blue and other pepu
lar shades of mixtures.
THIS line of merchandise is
included in the Seven-Iay
Carpet and Rug S;Ue, and you
get double stamps n every 5c
represented in your purchase of
a pair of lace curt tins. They
have been specially priced tor
this occasion, and ir will be
worth your time to sf the dis
play Saturday. Every patera
a new one.
SATURDAY "fs 'he last day eif
the Seven-i')i'y Carpel and
Rug Sale. E.i ch season we
close out the ca rsK'ts and rugs
of that season. except those
patterns which ai V to be car
ried another se von. That
keeps our stock alw V' new and
fiesh. Cntil Satu; N'ay nih.
you get double statu. or
cry pm-cha?" i"ade in 'his sec
tion of our store.
FOR well ii' v iotiel
the loim i'lto fa.-ni.ui" a
Vi quiretiients wh i 1 e
juaint uining the superb
oistoitr that classifies
the Jigute as stunning;
cor:-et skirt is long,
ro'iiiiding the hips,
while ll.it lening the a'a-
II. Reck the latter's residence at 74S
Twenty-third street. .Mr. Roth will re
n:eve ftom his Second avenue homo :o
Twenty-third street in the near future.
MILAN GETS NEW ROUTES
Two Mere Rural Carriers Will Soon
Travel Out of Town.
Two new rural mail routes will soon
Ihe established eut of Milan, Post
J master Little having been se) informed
l officially. One will be known as Xe. 4
and will cever territory southwest of
town not now reached. The other, Xo.
.". will cover Rig island and the district
east of Milan.
"They don't crack so quick."
Mal- with "LINOCORE."
buttouhotrs that bold.
H size if yo want ttiem.
GEO. P. IDE A CO.. Walter Troy. N. Y.
MORE PAY FOR MACHINISTS
Silvis Employes of Rock Island Road
Win Partial Victory.
Ry an agreement signed at Chicago
the machinists of the Rock Island road
will get 20 ce'nts an hour instead of ?,
cents, the present wages. The machin
ists asked cents and a nine-hour
day. The latter feature is still under
discussion. The change is effective
The average young woman of today
is busy. Beauty is another name for
health, and it cxmes to 99 out of every
Hp who take Hollister's Rocky Moun
tain Tea. Tea or tablets, C5 cents. TT
H. Thomas' pharmacy.
CHANGE OF SCENE
Burglars Continue Operations
Uninterrupted in the Second
TRIED FIVE PLACES IN ALL
Succeed in Gaining Entrance at Four,
and Get Away With Money and
Burglars who have been operating
in different parts of the city for the
past several months without molesta
tion have changed the scene of their
operations from the upper to the lower
part of the city. Five residences near
Second avenue, and Twelfth street
were included in the raid last evening,
the thief being seen at one place.
Frank Patterson, who stays at the
home of Rev. O.-AV. Lawrence, 112(J
Second avenue, had the experience of
seeing a man walk boldly into his bed
room about 2 6'clock this morning,
search his trousers pockets and with
an air of satisfaction leave the room
and continue his work of looting other
parts of the house. Owing to the dark
ness Mr. Patterson can not give a de
scription of the man. The burglar suc
ceeded in securing about $1.50 in
change. He gained entrance to the
house by means of the kitchen win
dow. Took the Silvrrtviirr.
The residence of David Don, 121 S
Second avenue, was rebbed of a quan
tity of silverware. The thief entered
through the front parlor window with
the aid of a jimmy. Owing to the fact
that the doors leading to the bed
chambers upstairs were securely lock
ed the attempt to ransack that part of
the house was futile. All of the draw
ers of the sideboard and desks were
sf arched carefully anfl only the choic
est of silverware taken. It is net
known just what time the burglary
The efforts of the burglars to enter
the residence of B. D. Connelly. 1200
Second avenue, failed. Five screens
were- broken from tho windows, 'but
the windows were locked securely.
The residence of Dr. G. L.. Eyster,T109
Second avenue, and the Somniers resi
dence were also entered, but nothing
secured. Entrance was gained by
means of windows. -
LOVE; IS INSANE
Commission Adjudges Matilda Ander
son Mentally Unbalanced, and She
Is Committed to Watertown.
Cleaning, Pressing and Repairing
At Beal & Schmitfs, Illinois theater
Disappointment in love and the con
sideration of religious subjects are as
signed as the cause of the mental un
balance of Matilda Anderson of this
city, who was adjudged insane by a
commission last evening, and commit
ted to the Watertown hospital by Jue?ge
E. E. Parmenter of the county court.
The commission was composevl of Drs.
C. O. Bernhardi and V. V. Sloan. -"The
patient is said to have threatened
members of the family and eubers.
An Awful Cough Curetf.
"Two years ago our little girl had a
touch, of pneumonia, which left her
with an awful cough. She had spells'
of coughing, just like one with the
whooping cough and some thought
she would not get well at all. We got
a bottle of Chamberlain's Cough Rem
edy, which acted like a charm. She
stopped coughing ami got scout and
fat," writes Mrs. Ora Bussard. Eru
baker, 111. This remedy is for sale by
all leading druggists.
BARGAIN RATE TO
California and the Norifo west
DAILY UNTIL OCT. 31 VIA ROCK
S31.00 I,om Rock Island to Los Ang- Ie? and San Fran- T
S30.00 from Rork Inland to Portland. Tacoma and Se
attle. Tickets good in Free Reclining Chair Cars or in Pullman
Tourist Sleepers on payment of berth rate.
The Rock Island offers two good tourist routes to the Pa
cific coast. Daily through service from Chicago and from
St. Ijouis, both ways. V
Illustrated Tourist Car Folder and full dot.!H o. IV.tPS atid
KM'Viee UJIKIl l'f4'lCM. V
F. H. PLUMMER, C. P. A.
Rock Island, III,
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