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THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS
' THURSDAY. JUNE 27. 1907.
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all kinds of firecrackers if my mother had bought my
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fiMfl .3 M'lS "sure pop" bargains! Neither is there any danger of an accident There's no risk in buying there. I
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Fine Outing Suits at These
Low Prices Mean More
Money For Celebrating!
If you k;iv theK Piiiis anywluTo t'lsc you'll suims tlicy wcrt' holding a pjh1
f ial sa'n nml with jtlciity of reason, .no, lor sui li oll'oi iu.us arc far from com
monplace. Atiiliiy to Rive such money-savers sea;.on after season has placed
this i.tore first ainonj; the clothiers of western Illinois, look these f.plemlH
values over it's a lesson in what we make dollars do for you:
Swell Hart, Sehaffner & Marx tropical weight out ins; suits,
up-to-tlw-niimite styles, which are worth $- by all stand
ards, at .
Several tine make:
. which wotdd readily sell for nnu-h
Me here priced for generous savings fo.-
These 'Mpular priced garments nre the famous
f'lothcrift make; $i: woidd be most neater
their wiith than the price we ask ....
Buy Burrojaps, Save $1.
It Will Help You Celebrate!
If you like swell oxfords, these new Ituirojap styles will altonl you a most pos
itive pleasure just to see them. Ituy a pair, and ou"ll make that pleasure
permanent. You'll save $1 on thfin. also. Ki member, our guarantee re
moves all tik.
$4 and $5
Swell Styles in Snappy Straws
Huntou: a needle in a haystack is like huntins a "just ordinary" value in our
Mad- of straws, with this difference: The iu.edU- mi;-ht be found! I!ut thei1
is not an ordinary value here. Kvery one the picnic panama at 5uc, the
swell nelh'ee ai fL'. the cle;ant telesc.ipe panama at fT.r.n, or any other her'
is an unusually rood value a hat full of savins;!
Young Men's Suits Selling
at Saving Prices- You Keep
Part of the Cost.
Do you wonder why so many youni; nun pass all other Ktores and coiut
heie. as hnndteds of tluin actually do? Of couise, there's a reason. M. & K.
pay particular attention to the desin-s of the younger generation in the mat
ter of stylo and extra value-ivini;. as is splendidly evidence.! by the items
Hlne shadowed series, plain Oxf :d grays, gray club
checks, and a swell piaid are included in this lot of young
men's fiuits. They're worth $11! anywuere
These H3nd Made Suits Tailor-made in reality, are splendid garments, as
well as extraordinary values. Here is a beautiful brown check at $20, aud a
handsome gray plaid, silk lined, at $2.1. Hoih show the new style details si
much favored. Kither suit would easily bring three to live dollars more. We
mention these just to show what a ;-,t.od cl-.thes opportunity this is.
Youll Want to Celebrate When You See These Great
SOc UNDERWEAR AT 35c, OR THREE FOR $1.C0.
In a wide variety of weaves and patterns a genuine bargain of unusual worth.
6Sc VALUES AT 50c. $1.00 VALUES AT 75c. UNION SUITS, FINE VALUES IN ALL PRICES, $1.C0 TO $3.00.
Tropical weights in a range of colors and designs offer extra comforts at .ICc.
M. ? K. Celebrated Shirts Will Add Much to the
Pleasure of Your Fourth.
Swell negligee silk shirts at $:! and $-1 offer richness and comfort in abundance and great value for these
prices. Swazctte and mohair negligee shirts at $l..r.u, $2.i' and $2. In are good values in every sense.
Our lines of $l.ni. $1..10. $2.on and $::.00 madras and linen summer shirts are without equals, both for beau
ty ami variety and finality, in all this region. You'll see the truth of this slatement immediately if you come here
for your shirts.
Give Your Boy a Chance to Enjoy the Fourth in a Swell M. K. Washable Suit. The Newest Styles 50c to 3.50
Diplomas Are Given to Pupils of
Mary s School at Com
ADDRESS BY FATHER KELLY
Young People Give Program at Golum.
bia Hall Including Munic and
Two Short' Plays.
The commencement exercises of S
Mary's parochial school were held last
evening in Columbia hall. Father A
Geyer awarded the diplomas to seven
graduates who were I'dward .1. I-ereii.
Walter M. Dunn, louis .1. 01oo
Ceorge J. Scheuermann, Miss C. -cilia
B. Burkhart, Miss Ltota M. Wcltlin.
and Miss llermina I. Gciger. Miss
Cecilia Hurkharl gave the salutatory
and the members of the class woio
addressed by Father Joseph Kelly, and
Miss Leota Wheltlin was the valedic
torian. Tlie Program.
Following is the program of exer
cises: Music Piano and violin
Albert and Miss Adele Ceigr
Chorus "Welcome Greeting"
Salutatory Miss Cecilia Burkha-t
Music Selection. .Miss Regina Huber
Independence Day "Flag and Drum
Ihill" by boys of tile school.
A Farce in 1 Act.
Mr. Clapboard, a proprietor
K. Crochet., a retired manulactiirer
Horace Crochet, hisson
Peter Picket, a roldier ..Robert l.ere-i
Oheil Oakum, a sailor ...Robert Rodeu
Tim Pinpan, a tinker ...Geo. ilurgart
Louis Loops! itch, a tailor. . Iouis Gloor
Music Piano and violin Albert aid
Miss Adele Cciger.
.Musical lteii Drill Senior girls
Piano duet Misses C. P.urkhart an 1
w.uses urni Little gir'.s
THE NEW COOKS.
Comedy in fl Acts.
IOWA EDITORS IN
Hold First Business Session at Daven
port Commercial Club Social
Features for Delegates.
nation fin account of ill health. He ex
pects to retire permanently from asso
ciation work. Mr. Rogers came to Mo
line a year ago from Frecport.
Regina, the cook
. .llermina Gciger
Otillia Diet 7.
Declamation Edward and L. HeberK
and Fred Mitlfe.
Granma's song and drill ..Little gitfs
Declamation "Meiischenwuerde". .
Addrers "Farewell" ...Ltota Weltlia
Presentation of diplomas
Father A. Geyer
Address Father Joseph Kellny
Fifty members of the Southern low i
Editorial association wcie in Daven
port at noon today and more were
coming on every train to attend til-:
convention in that. city. The morning
Wiis devoted to registering at. the St.
James hotel, headquarters of the, dele
gates. This afternoon the first meet
ing was held at the Commercial cl ib
and topics of interest to the editors
discussed. At o'clock adjournmij'it
was taken to go on a steamboat ex
cursion on the W. W.. This evenin..;
the visitors will bo guests at the con
cert by Ellery's band at the coliseum.
Two sessions will be held tomorrow
and at I! o'chx-k the delegates will b.
taken for a ride about the. three citier,
and points of interest in the vicinity.
In the evening t lit re w ill be a banquet
at the Davenport Commercial club at
which several leading journalists and
publishers of the west will respond io
toiists. The meeting will close with
the reports of committees and electi irs
of officers Saturday morning.
Y. M. C. A. SECRETARY QUITS
J. S. Rogers Gives Up Work in Molins
on Mccount of Poor Health.
J. S. Rogers, secretary of the Y. M. C.
A. In Moline, has submitted his resig-
1'nir ii nil wiiriiirr foninlif it nil I rlitnj.
J. M. MIKHir.lt, l.ocnl Forrpnulcr.
Teiiiiit'i-iiturr nt 7 u. ni.. ftl; sit .t:.'M
i. in., 7.".. M:iliiiiuii f i-iiiiTjifnr' In laxt
'it iKiurn, 7-; inlniiniiin. .7. -lll.v tit
nlml at 7 ll. in . - iiiIIi-m per hour. Stilt;"
if nalrr, fl.7 r'rf, no -luinu. I'n-c-lpi-i
ill Inn. none.
Insure with Beecher Broi.
Buy a home of Reidy Bros,
TrI-Clty Towel Supply company.
For bus, baggage, express, call Robb's.
For bus or express, Spencer & Trefz.
Kerler & Co., carpet and rug cleaners.
The City Steam laundry has removed
to 417 Seventeenth street.
Let Krell & Siemon do your furnace
and tin work; 131C Third avenue.
Have you seen those bathing suits
and swimming wings at lb nm-tt's?
Excellent business men's luncheon 35
cents from 12 to 2 at Hotel Harms.
Have you seen those bathing sui's
and swimming wings at Bennett's?
25 cents saved on every windoiv
screen from Mueller Lumber company.
The annual picnic of the German
Lutheran school will be held tomorrow
all day at Long View park. A band
will furnish music, and refreshments
will be served.
Plenty of fresh fish. We also smoke
sturgeon every dav. Aten's fish mar
ket. Don't miss hearing the Elks Phila
delphia band at Watch Tower Mon
day, July 1.
Go to the Watch Tower Monda'.
July 1 and hear the Klks- Philadelphia
band. Dancing both afternoon and
Expert manicuring, shampooing and
thorough treatment of the hair and
scalp given by Mrs. Sol Levi, 7;:C Sev
enteenth street. Old phone west 5.9
St. Margaret's guild will give a so
ciable at Trinity chapel corner Sev
enth street and Fourth avenue Thurs
day evening, June 27. Ice cream an I
cake 10 cents.
From present indications an im
mense crowd will attend the conceit
by the Elks Philadelphia band at th-;
Watch Tower Monday, July 1. U
promises to be one of the musical
treats of the season.
William Hanson and Miss Mary Ft n
nell, both of Rock Island, and Join
McKillip of Andalusia and Mrs. Mab-1
Tompkins of Edgington took out li
censes to marry in Davenport yester
day. Mr. McKillip secured a divorce
from his wife in the circuit cburt heio
only last week and under the lllino-s
law could not marry in this state for a
Licensed to Wed.
Albeit S. Clark Freeport. III.
Mary R. Schiliingt-r Moline
Edward M. Tremann Rock Island
Slema Eleanor Erickson Moline
Frank W. Iteitel ...
Dr. Agnes Seller . ..
Frank S. Patterson
Sylvia M. Graves . .
. Muscatine. Iuw:.
, Rock Island
A Fortunate Texan.
Mr. E. W. Goodloe, of 107 St. Iu;s
St., Dalas Tex. says: "I nthe pact
year I have become acquainted wi'.h
Dr. King's Xew Life Pills, and no lax
ative I ever before tried so effectual'!
disposes of malarial and biliousness."
They don't grind nor gripe. 25c at W.
T. Hartz's drug store, 301 Twentieth
Let us eat, drink and be merry,
With never a thought of ache or
Let us forget every sorrow that might
For we still have Rocky Mountain
.Tea. Harper house pharmacy.
Bills for coal to be furnished for th?
court house and jail in Rock Island
for one year, coal to be union mined,
must be in the hands of com
mittee by the 2Sth of June, 19U7.
Committee has power to r"ject any
and all bids. Bids to be left at sher
II. W. Heck, II. C. Harris, John
Colic and Diarrhoea.
Pains in the stomach, colic and diar
rhoea are quickly relieved by the use
of Chamberlain's Colic, Colera and
Diarrhoea Remedy. For sale by all
A Prompt, pleasant, good remedy
for coughs and colds is Kennedy's Lax
ative Cotigh Syrup. It contains no
opiates and does not const ipate. Chil
dren like it. Sold by all druggists.
To wind up a cool June month, all purchases
of 5c or over will receive
Rock Island, Illinois.