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THE ARGUS, FRIDAY, MARCH 20. 1007.
Fair lonljilit ami Snlurdny; lrt-ltl-lly
coolt-r lonlKlt "I'll the li.wt ti-nii-r-alurr
near tlir frrrxluic piul.
J. M. MIKKIKIl, Local Forecaster.
T-iii-riittir- nt 7 n. in.. at '.i:'.W
p. in.. .".. Maximum trmiiiTature In lant
24 liwurM, ttj; minimum, -17. Yrlm-ity !'
wind at 7 a. in-. 11 milcM ler hour. Pre
cipitation. l.:tl. Muri- or Mater, 7.T, fret,
n rle of .." foot.
CI TV CHAT.
Kaster hats at Lloyd's.
Easter shirts at Lloyd's.
Fish and oysters at Aten's.
Insure with Beecher Bros.
Buy a home of Kcidy Bros.
Tri City Towel Supply company.
Dressed chickens at Schmeilcr's.
Bulk garden seeds at Passig Bros'.
Fresh May sausage at Schroeder's.
For bus, baggage, express, call Robb's.
For bus or express, Speueer & Trefz.
Kcrler & Co., carpet and rug cleaners.
Exclusive Easter neckwear at Lloyd's.
(Icnuine spring lamb at Schroeder's.
SI raw lien ies at Clement & Diedrich's.
Chase & Sanborn's coffee at Sel'.e
Choice spring lamb at H. Treniaun's
Choice spring lamb at II. Treniaun's
Easter cut flowers and potted plants.
Young & McCombs.
A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. Be-t
Corken this morning.
For sale, at the Mill Store, the fa
mous Sorosis petticoat.
Try II. Treniaun's Sons' sugar cured
hams and breakfast bacon.
Saturday, cream taffy, per pound, S
cents, at Young & McCombs".
Women's handsome fJ.nn oxfor.ls
$1.95 Saturday at McCabe's.
Easter suits and millinery in great
profusion. Young & McCombs.
Read our ad on pace I. It will in
terest you. Gustafson & Hayes.
Fancy strawberries for Easter at the
Farmers' grocery, in cents per box.
Head our ad on page 4. It will in
terest you. Gustafson &. Hayes.
You always get full value in Lewis'
Single Binder straight it-cent cigar.
Fancy strawberries for Easter at the
Farmers' grocery. In cents per box.
.New potatoes new heels, new car
rots, cucumbers and new cabbage at
Clement & Diedrich's.
For fresh vegetables and fruits, tel
ephone your order to the Mill Store.
II. T. Sienion wants your tin and fur
nace work. 152C-1528 Fourth avenue.
Easter lilies, carnations, roses, tulip:;,
daffodils, etc., Saturday at McCabe's.
At 7:0 p. in. Saturday, mens blac'.;
socks, u cents per pair at McCabc s.
Fresh eggs, 15 cents per dozen at
Kachman's grocery, 700 Twelfth strett.
Children's, ladies' and men's patent
leather oxfords and shoes at the Mill
Finest canned goods on the market,
the Lyndon brand, at Clement & Diedrich's.
Fancy strawberries, 10 cents per box
at Kachman's grocery, 700 Twelfth
All Easter ducks, rabbits, chicken's,
etc., Saturday at just half price at Mc
Cain's. Women's tiJ-cent fancy laco lisle
stockings for cents Saturday at Mc
Cabe's. Head and leaf lettuce, radishes, green
onions and Hubbard squash at Clement
Fancy navel oranges 25 cents per
dozen at Kachman's grocery, 700
Have a good skate and get the elec
tion returns at the big rink, Rock Is
land, Tuesday night.
I'assig Bros, will have their usual
complete display of fresh fruits and
Special A lot of ladies' and gentle
men's umbrellas, long as they last, 'Jii
cents. The Mill Store.
Agent's sample waists, sizes IM, "(J
and IIS, froin 50 cents to $(5.50 at the
Mill Store. No two alike.
Bleucr-llcmenway orchestra at the
Harper every Sunday evening from C
to 9, during dinner hours.
Mueller's are taking orders for the
best Lehigh hard coal direct from the
mine at lowest summer prices.
Easter souvenir given away at the
big roller rink Friday night. Don't fail
to get one and have a good skate.
Take your Sunday evening dinners
at the Harper house from G to JS p. m.
Tables can be reserved by phone.
Enjoy a pleasant evening and hei:
fire from the current. The blaze was
Attend the Easter dance to be given
by the Norfolk club at Industrial hall
Monday evening. Bleucr's orchestra.
Couples, 50 cents.
The Old Ladies' Home association
will give a charity ball at the Harp-r
house Monday. April 1. Tickets on
sale at the Harper house pharmacy.
Expert manicuring, shampooing and
thorough treatment of the hair and
scalp given by Mrs. Sol Levi, 7CC Sev
enteenth street. Old phone west 59.
Special for Easter. Easter lilies, cy
cleinens, crimson and baby ramblers,
liydiangas, azalias, daisies, spiera and
l'.iganzilla all in bloom. Cut llowers, vio-
ieis, American ueauties, tea roses,
sweet peas, mignonettes, daffodils an i
carnal ions fresh from our greenhouse.
Hensley's flower store.
The Ladies' Aid society of the Cen
tral 'Presbyterian church will hold its
annual Easter sale and supper in the
lecture room of the church tomorrow
afternoon and evening. The ladies will
have for sale at i o'clock an array of
fancy goods, also cakes, doughnuts,
rolls and colored Easter eggs. Supper
will, he served from 5 o'clock on for 25
the OhL Indies' Home by attending tho Easter apparel tomorrow's the la
Hon. Thomas Campbell is home from
Springfield to remain over Sunday.
James McBride of Galva is spending
a few days with friends in the city.
Rev. H. W. Reed left today for Ot-
tumwa, Iowa, where he will this even
ing deliver an address before the div
trict B. . P. U. of the Oskaloosa Ban-
E. H. Buck, commander of the lllinoi
department, G. A. R., his many friends
will be pleased to learn has so far re
covered from the injuries sustained in
i lie recent wreck at Bettendort as to
be able to be removed from St. Luke's
hospital in Daveniort to St. Anthony's
hospital in this city, where he will be
glad to see old comrades and friends.
TOMORROW IS THE LAST DAY
. & K. Prepared to Serve All Who
Have Clothing Needs Displays
The last chance to buv vour new
charity ball at the Harper house next
The fire department was called to
the Weyerhaeuser it Denkmann saw
mill last night at 12:;!5. A transform
er box on a telephone pole had caught
v Saturday Specials
"P RETTY box or semi-fitting Spring.coats, made from English
checks and handsomely trimmed, values $6.00 to 18.50,
Beautiful white lawn waists, with insertions of lace or em
broidery, stylishly made, short sleeves, value $1.50, Saturday
Easter flowers, lilies, carnations, roses, tulips, etc.
Very special a thousand fresh cut daffodils, per dozen 45c.
All day, ladies' pure bleached cotton vests, long sleeves,
7:30 P. M., while 25 dozen last, men's black socks for
50c hand made oil opaque window shades, ready to hang,
6 dozen bed spreads, one to a customer, a great value, 72 of
them at $1.00.
30 inch white hemstitched shams, fancy work department,
7:30 P. M.. each 10c.
3:00 P. M. Tinted pillow top and back, regular 25c value,
Large oak rockers with arms, $3.50 values for $1.97.
Deltox Grass Rugs 2ix5 feet with wool fringed ends 75c.
Floor Art Burlap, yard wide, per yard 12C.
Princess Dressers, solid oak, large 18x36 inch French plate
4-pint white lined granite tea pots, 50c value for 29c.
4-foot step ladders 25c.
Women's 62c lisle lace embroidered hose, per pair 39c.
Oxfords, choice of two-handsome styles, per pair $1.95.
Fast dye black and white full standard prints, per yard 41c.
Lonsdale twilled bleached muslin, mill lengths, Saturday half
price, yd 6C.
French heliotrope quadruple extract perfumery, 75c quality,
per ounce 38c.
All Easter ducks, rabbits, chickens and novelties going at
half price- half the prices begin at lc.
Pearl beads, three strands on elastic, set with brilliants worth
50c to 75c, Saturday 10c. no mistake lOc.
Elastic beaded belts with jet buckles 25c, only 25c.
The crowds we've already served
at the M. & K.. in spite of their heavy
buying, have made but scant impres
sion tin the flattering wealth of wear
ables we offered.
Our M. & K. lines of swell hand-tailored
suits and light overcoats are du
ly proving a source of delighted won
der to our patrons and of gratification
The fact that these splendid gar-
Tncnts are on a par with the best "tail
or mades" makes the prices we ask re
markably low. They sell at $1S to $:!0.
Easter headwear is tho universal de
mand. We're meeting it splendidly a
the M. & K.! Our lines of the tele
braird Stetson, No Name, Schoble and
iirailtord Mauds, selling at from S 1 ..'
to $:!.5i, covers all the most favon
snapes and shades. M. A: l. extra
qualities insure you better hats for the
price you pay.
Easter furnishings, as always, are in
great demand. We prepared fully long
tgo and assured you that whatever your
need .may he, we are ready to fill i:
The new spring shoe shapes are
best seen in our famous M. & K. Bur-
ojaps at $1 and $5. There is no bet
ter shoe sold in the tri -cities. We guar
antee them fully, patent leathers an 1
To make a long story short, there's
no place for good clothes and low pric
es like the M. & K.
Saturday Evening, March 30th
1. March "SAN ANTONIO" Lampe
2. Selection "JACINTA" Tobani
3. Characteristic "WHISPERING SMITH" Willis '
4. Waltz "THE BLOND IN BLACK" Roberts
5. Novelette "IN DAYS OF OLD" McPherran
6. Melodies from "THE WIZARD OF OZ" Anderson
7. Song from the Umpire "CROSS YOUR HEART" Howard
8. March "CUBAN INDEPENDENCE" Henninger
9. Selection "LADY TEAZLE" R-.berts
10. Intermezzo "FIELD DAY" McElhaney
11. Mazurka "MIDNIGHT CHIMES" Yahrlir.g
12. March "ST. LOUIS EXPOSITION" Kneff
L ADLER v
BROS. & Cd
Get Ready For Easter
We have all the latest styles in suits for spring
WTien youHpurchase your suit at this store you
get something altogether different from what the other
clothiers show you. The garments of the LONDON
are not the stereotype style that all others show there
is an individuality about our styles that you don't fe
It costs you no more to get the RIGHT KIND.
Prices $15 to $35
We have cheaper suits if you wish them.
The Hat for all men
All the new effects in
Manhattan and Emery
Shirts, attached cuffs,
detached cuffs, coat
50c to $3
to the voting man.
man in his prime.
The newest and
in Easter colorings,
Everwear, six pair,
guaranteed for six
months; Easter color
ings, Immense assortment.
25c and 50c
YOU KNOW US
Gives the wide-awako " touch
Satisfies the experience of the
Matches the dignity of maturity.
Wherever the man, whatever his ape, the Stetson
fills the bill. That is our experience.
Every Stctton Bears the Stetson Name
Wc carry the Stetson in all styles Soft and Derby.
; JiL i"jL If a lJ
Ntet J tjfi.:. 11- - Mrnii,..,,, n,rfB1iyiM -'f vi im in1-1 m jjT i i i
The rrirul;ir annn;tl lm-ctinir if tit.
KtooMiolcU'rs of the Knck IsUmkI Sav
inss hank for tho election of itino
octors for oixi year will ho held ;;l
tho office of said bank, in Uock Islan 1.
Monday, April S, 1!m7. Tolls will V.
open at 1t a. in., and closed at 12 noon
of said day.
P. GRKKXAWAI.T, Cashier.
Rock Island, March 2s, i;mi7.
S'M-Ii-tv n w, written r telephone
t the S'M-iety eilitcr of The ArK9, will
lie srlaillv r.eciveil .iml iml'liylitMl. Hut
in eit iier" o.ise the iileiitity of the sewler
most be m:ole known, to insure relia
bility. Written notices must bvar sig
nature and address.
H. W. Whist Club. The members of
the II. V. Whist club were entertained
vesicrdav afternoon bv Mrs. Iiowner,
111:: Fonitet nib and a-half street. Mrs.
Kinibcl and Mrs. C5. Mason were wi.i
i.ers of tits! prizes, ami Mis. Hyar and
Mrs. lteatdsiey the consolation prize.
Will Hold Open Meeting. Aichea'si
union No. 22, M. YV. A., will hold :i
open meeting at its hall in South Rock
Island tomorrow ovenins. Supper will
Lie setved and there will be danci'ij;
ind a short program.
There are many tonics in the land
As by tho papers you can see.
Rut none of them can equal
llollister's Rocky Mountain Tea.
T. II. Thomas' phanny.
news all the time THE.
Quick shoe repairing. Shoes finished
by machinery. Half soles, nailed on,Tr
cents: half soles, sewed on, 75 cents.
Open from 0:30 a. m. till S p. m.
GEORGE SI DOT,
Sni Twentieth Street.
Rock Island. Iu.
TO OBSERVE THE PASSOVER
Jewish Ceremonies Begin This Even
ing and Last a Week.
Resinning at sun dnwn this even
ing, tho .lews will celebrate for a week
be feast of the passover. T.iis is eall--d
in Hebrew, 'TVsach." and is one of
:ho chiif religions festivals of the
lews, commeiiiorat ing the .exodus of
the tribes from Egypt. At home tho
least is celebrated by the Seder serv
ice, with songs and stories calling to
mind the incidents of the exodus. Spe-
serivces will bo held in ihe syna-
ues of the throe cities.
You can't tell a woman's age nf! r
she takes llollister's Rocky Mountain
Tea. Her complexion is fine. She vs
round, plump and handsome; in fact,
she is young again. " cents, tea or
tablets. T. II. Thomas' pharmacy.
Why do we put it in
Because cod liver oil lacks
just one ingredient the blood
needs tonic iron.
So, in taking Vinol, you gel
two tonics in one.
All the medicinal elements
found in the cods' livers and
their oil, and tonic iron added.
This makes Vinol the finest
body builder and strength
, creator we have ever sold.
H. O. ROLFS, Harper House Pharmacy J
S BLAMED FOR THE MURDER
Russian Lawyer Arrested for Instigat
ing Crime at Moscow
Moscow. March 2!'. A lawyor
named Alexandoroff, secretary of the
Moscow section of the League of Rus
sian people, was arrested today as in
stigator of tho murder of Ir. .lollos.
editor of the Uusski Vodomostt. No
riaco of the actual inurderor has bean
Maxim Gorky III in Rome.
Rome, March 29. Maxim Gorky, Uk
Russian writer, is seriously ill here
Found at Last.
J .A. Harmon, of Lizcmore, West
V'a., says : "At last I have found the
perfect pill that never disappoints me;
and for the benefit of others afflicted
with torpid liver and chronic constipa
tion, will say: take Dr. King's New
Life Pills." Guaranteed satisfactory.
23c at V. T. Hartz, druggist, SOI
EASTER GIFTS ARE
They indicate thoughtfulncss a
desire to contribute to the pleas
ure and happiness of your friends
or family. -
A most economical, and at the
same time dainty and appreciat
ed attention, would be a buckle,
set of waist pins, a comb, or a
And it's just such a stock as
our that sets every, woman's
heart in a flutter.
Rock Island, !u-
DeWitt's Utile Early Risers scatter
the gloom of sick headache and bilious
ness. Sold by all druggists.
JOHN FOLK & CO.
Dealers in single and double
strength Blinds and Mouldings,
Veneered and Hardwood Floor
ing of all kinds.
Dealer in single and double
strength Window Cass, Polish
ed Plate, Beveled Plata and
S11 AND 829
fit is trying
of a good
and they will fit you. If it's
proof you want, come in. Watch
also for the style.
Suits $15 to $30
Nobby Suits for Boys and Lit