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THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS
WEDNESDAY. SHPTEMUER .. 11)07.
FIRST OF SEASON
Rev. J. W. Edwards to Address
Meeting of Winter Series at
the Y. M. C. A. Sunday '
ON VALUE OF BIBLE STUDY
Enrollment for Classes and Clubs to Be
Taken Arrangements Mads for
Noon-Day Shop Meetings.
Rev. J. W. Edwards, pastor or Hit?
First Methodist church or Moline. i
to address the first men's meeting of
till' winter season at the Y. M. ('. A.
Sunday afternoon. The meetings will
be held at. the same hour as in pre
vious seasons, at 2: 20, directly follow
ing the boys' meeting. Rev. Edwards
will speak on the 'Value ot Hihln
Following the close of the meet ins;
o a avi
enrollment for the different classes and
clubs will he taken, these being the
"Drop In" bible class, the Life's Prob
lems club, three classes of the Boys'
(Jospcl Meeting club, and a gymnasium
men s class. The "Drop In" class will
be taught by H. H. Hayden and is open
to all strangers. Luncheon will be serv
ed, as last year, following t he meeting.
Rev. H. Cullen of Milan is teacher of
the Life's Problems club, and the sub
jects which will be taken up include
problems of livelihood; of social and
family relationship; of physical tempta
tion, and of service. The class for the
gymnasium members will be a new de
parture and arrangements for it are
not completed. There will be two class
es for the junior and one for the senior
n. i tubers of the 11. (!. M. club. Most of
the classes will be started on the fol
lowing Sunday for a regular series of
wee kly meetings. Pome will meet week
nights, but on which nights is nor defi
nitely decided. There will also be n
boys' meeting at 2: 15 Sunday after
'noon. I Arr:inuc lnl Medina.
j Secretary A. L. I'.urneit yesterday se
cured pt rmission from the authorities
of the Hock Island Plow company and
the Hock Island Sash K- Door works for
jshop meetings one noon hour a week
jat each shop as long as inu rest can be
maintained. The probable days of the
! meetings are Wednesday for the sash
ami door works and Thursday at the
'plow shops. Rev. Mr. Cullen will ad
dress the meetings at the latter place,
and at the wish and door works for the
Hist month Rev. W. 15. Cleinmer of the
Memorial Christian church will he in
charge. Special features will occasion
ally he arranged for the meetings.
We are pleased that tbe pub
lic believes in our work. The
people have come to pass over
the subterfuges in advertising
and a deviation from established
forms such as ours creates at
tention. And the recognition of
this fact places us far beyond
the temptations of trade. We
make a sale to make a friend
absolute fairness and one price
PLANS FOR MEETING
OF ILLINOIS D. A. R.
Arrangements for Entertainment and
Program of Convention Here Next
Month Are Under Way.
Committee of Tri-C'ty Press
Club Arranging Details for
OF WATERWAYS COMMISSION
Expect to Have Guests Arrive Here
Early in Afternoon and Inspect
Power Plant of Arsenal.
iVt i in
Tiie Illinois stale conference of th.-
Daughters of the American Rewd-i-lion
will bo held in Ruck Island );.
-: and 21. About 75 holies are ex
pected to be in attendance and they
will he the guests of t!l" local Foi !
Armstrong chapter of which Mrs
Fiank M'xtcr is rtgeni. A meeting oi
the local chapter will be held at til"
home of Mrs. 'Mister, 7:11 Twentieth
si reet. Saturday morning at whie;i
time plans will bo formulated for the
entet taiument of the guests and for
i lie program tor the conference.
The entertainment committee of the
Tri-Ciiy Press club is busy making final
aviangements for the entertainment of
the members of the Inland Waterways
commission when they visit Rock Is
lam! S;;nday. The club has received an
nceptance from the members of the
commission to the invitation to be the
guests of the Press club at a banquet
at the Rock Island Club Sunday even
ing. As the distinguished visitors ar
rive Sunday afternoon and depart at
an early hour Monday morning, the
dinner of the Press club will be the
only special entertainment possible.
I'llMIH IllHlllIt AllfO Itillt.
In order to give the visitors as much
opportunity as possible to see the river
improvements here, the committee is
planning to have the commission mi t
at tiie landing here by automobiles, ami
taken for a hurried trip to Moline to
view the government water power
W. A. Meese, an honorary member of
i he Press club, leaves tonight for the
north, for the purpose of urging ar
rangements so that the commission may
arrive at Rock Island as early as 2
o'clock Sunday afternoon.
Will lie Ylrt ill luli.iie.
The entertainment committee of the
club will meet the steamer Col. A.
Mackenzie at Dubuque or Clinton, and
accompany them on the trip to Rock Is
land. Major C. S. Riche. in charge of
the local otlice of the United State:
engineers, has gone to St. Paul to ac
company the commission on the trip
down the river and point out the work
of improve men! along the river. Major
Riche is an honorary member of the
Pi ess club and will assist the club in
the plans for the entertainment of tin.
THE llr EAT HE 11.
Expert manicuring, shampooing and
thorough treatment of the hair and
scalp given by Mrs. Sol Levi. '.C, Sev
enteenth street. Old phone west rOlv.
I'iiir IuiiIkIiI. fullitwril liy IiktciimIiii;
: i-Iiiii!Iiimm Tliuril:i y; rloiiiK leiiiiTi-
I ii re.
J. M. Slir.ltir.lt, Io.nl Forernnter.
fI R I TO
Our Annual Autumn
TOMORROW, FRIDAY AND
SATURDAY, SEPT. 26, 2 7, 28
THE store inie.ior is beautiful in its dress of corn,
oats and pumpkin vines. These, together with the
dlsplav of new au'umn ami winter merchandise, hnv.1
turned the store ieto a bower of beauty. Fall lines ill"
now entirely ready ami we have never been more able t.;
satisfactorily met al! demands for fashionabl" and de
pendable merehan iise. Music tomorrow and Saturday
afternoons and Sa' unlay evenings. Ewryone is invited.
Stylish 3-button Cutaway Suits $25
The. i' styli.-h suits are refined and gtaceful in appearance.
Made up both in plain serges and in novobry cloth-;.
Jacket-; come in i'te 21 inch leii:'th and are sa'in
lined. Skirls are I ill plaited. A splendid value at..g5
50-inch Black Kersey Coats at $10
Those seeking go'id wearing coats at a moderate price
will be gieatl.v pleased with these, as black kersey gives
excellent service, 50 inches long and have full back
Hotly lined. Collar.- and cull's velvet trimmed S10
40-inch Checked Panamas, yd., $1
These hard finishet materials are especially desirable for
street sui's. The'r ft.ncy weave ami beautiful colorings
make very stylish clothes. Absolutely pure wool.
Navy, green, brown, blue, dark w ine, per yard
New Roman Striped Taffetas yd, $1
Very handsome materials for waists, and are much in d--maud
in the east. Reliable in quality ami a good value at
fl the yard. We also offer at this price a well se
lected assortment of satin striped silks, per yard g
"Empress" Shoes for Women $2.95
One of the b;;st values in the tri-cities. in fact they com
pare favorably with many selling at $:'..'(). Come in vici,
dull and shincy leathers. I.ace or button styles with
welt or hand-turt.e 1 soles. Choice per pair S3. 05
ASK TO SEE "DENRAir BLACK SILKS.
'!iiiiornlurp at 7 n. .. .17; nl XitW
l. in., ill). Minimum Iriiiiit-niliirr In IiimI
Hi tiotirx, .VI; minimum, :M. rl'lty i
wluit ill 7 n. in., S iiiilrM mt limir. SOiut-
of :iler. r,.t ffet, n full if .2 font.
Real estate. Peecher Pros.
Huy a home of Iteidy Pros.
Me to Jones for a cheap stove.
Tri -City Towel Supply company.
For bus, baggage, express, call Robb's
For bus or express. Spencer He Trefz.
Let Kre'.l & Sienion do your furnace
and tin work; LUC. Third avenue.
Lewis' Single Hinder straight 5 rem
cigar made of rich, mellow tobacco.
J irst showing of ladies' ulna swcM
Parrymore coats this week at- M
A liberal showing of the smartest
, tailor made suits can be seen at M
Fail opening sale Thursday, tomo
row. Don't miss it. Young & M
A splendid assortment of the lie:
styles men's shoes at $2.5n a pair .it
I defy yon to beat my prices on a 1
Kinds of stoves. Jones, the second
Don't shiver yourself into sickness,
take your small change to Jones am
get a' stove.
Our latlies suit department is 1111
"mecca" of all stylish dressers. Youir.
Fresh shipments of four new shades
plaids, checks ami shadow si ripe suit
ings at McCabe's.
i ratting stamps tree with everv
purchase at our fall opening sal.
Young & McCombs.
Opening display of
Sept. 2fi. 27 ami 2.
Young & McCombs.
An authoritative exhibit of the new
creations in millinery wi'l be contin
ued tomorrow at McCabe's.
An elaborate and noteworthy sho,
ing of all the new ideas in fall milli-i
ery. second floor. Young & McCombs
The regular shoot of the Rock Isl
and (lun club will be held at tie
Watch Tower range tomorrow alter
Everyone is cordially invited to a
lend our fall opening sale and see th
new autumn styles. . Thursday, Sep-
2C. Y'oung & McCombs.
Thursday. Sent. 20. tomorrow, o"
curs our formal fall opening. Vis
our suit and millinery section, secon
door. Y'oung & McCombs.
Those who know, say thai the m'
linery exhibition at McCabe's far stir
passes any display of its kind ever
seen hereabouts. One more day.
i Complete exhibits of what's stylish
beautiful and worthy in autumn far
rls .nd garments in our fall opening
sal-. Thursday. Sept. 20. Y'oung &
Attend the benefit card party given
after Dinner Cups
and Saucers, special
Thursday, cup and sau
Q EVEN-INCH glazed
and dark colors, Thurs
day special, each 19c.
New Colored Dress Fabrics.
FIFTY-INCH all wool Panamas for
tailored suits and skirts, newest shades
of brown, green, navy and wine, yard 75c.
Shadow striped suitings in four new
shades of Navy, newest plaids and checks
a variety of beautiful weaves all per
"Shelma Cloth" for street suits, latest
colors, splendid value at $1.50 yard.
Fancy Imported Suitings.
In exquisite color combinations two and four
colored checks and plaids, Pekin strlDes. etc., a liberal
showing at $1.58, $1.75, $1.98 and $2.25
Folding hard wood washing benches, holds two
Shirtwaist or sleeve ironing boards, each 42 C.
Fancy all willow clothes hampers, with cover,
10 quart extra heavy galvanized water pails,
special. Thursday, each 14c.
The large size paste stove polish, worth 10c,
Thursday 5 c.
Solid wood back, bristle stove brushes with
dauber, Thursday 9c.
New Fall Veilings
JREAT showing of novelty Tux
edo Nets and Chiffons, latest
fall veils and veiling by the yard.
50c and 35c for all the new
colorings in Chiffon veiling.
J$l MONG the good things shown in
this department we offer 3,000
yards of well-known Silver Top Ten
nis Flannel, light and medium colors,
good assortment of styles, worth 10c,
Thursday, Friday and Saturday, per
Men's Shoes, $2.50
""THE best values you will find in
the Tri-Cities. Sound, solid,
serviceable shoes, with all the style
you look for in the higher-priced
footwear. Box and diamond calf,
Coltskin and heavy Vici, shows extra
good shoe making, and a bargain, per
An authorative exhibit of the
most charming creations char
acterize our millinery opening.
Every popular shape is shown and
all the fads of the foremost de
signers correctly represent the
New Leather Belts.
Attractive showing, specially priced.
FLUFFY Ruffles belts, very latest shape,
Relda belts with gilt side buckles, Gib
son belts, strictly tailored and stitched and
other latest leather belts, 75c values, priced
at 62c and 68c.
New Butterfly leather belts, the $1.25
kind at 92c.
, Mme. Pompadour belts, very latest,
filagree -back piece and front buckle, only
Form fitting cellar belts, a decided fad
in the East, 50c.
Cut Prices on Toilet Accessories.
75 Rubber gloves for 39c.
Hair brushes assorted wood backs, fine bristle.
75c to $1.00 qualities at a half dollar, 50c.
English white chamois special value for 10c.
Grange wood sticks, 3 for 5c.
Vantines Oriental Sachets, exquisite odors, full
cunce in screw top bottle, only 16c.
Hckanson's Salubrin, best disinfectant and tooth
wash, 50c size 39c.
Mme. Yale's Skin whitener, $1.00 size 72c.
Sozcdont Teeth wash, 25c size 15c.
jpROM our great blanket stock we
offer for Thursday, any time af
ter 9 o'clock and till sold, one case,
85 pairs, of full size, silky fleece
gray Blankets---judge their value
when you see them at $1.00.
Two cases hand tied plain cream
cloth Comforts, filled . with nice
white cotton, while they last 97c.
First Showing of the Ultra
Swell Barrymore Coats.
INTENDED for early wear, man-tailored throughout,
after English models, 32 inch length, satin lined all
through, and are moderately priced at $16.50 and
We also have some nobby black Broadcloth satin
lined Coats for fall wear. ' They come in the convenient
32-inch length and are very stylish and reasonably
priced at $6.50 and $10.00.
An Attractive Showing of Smart Tailored
Suits at $17.50, $22.50 and $25.00.
TT Is with satisfaction that we invite
you to inspect this collection of Fall
Suits. They are the smart styles in
Ladies' Tailored Suits, and a most ad
vantageous purchase of which we
give you full advantage.
They are fashioned of rich
broadcloths, herringbone cheviots
and novelty effects in soft shades,
made up in Prince Chap, semi
and tight-fitting coats, plainly
tailored or elaborately braided, in
various lengths. Skirts are in
K'a i i 1 lM new pleated models with folds at
i ne cnarming suit illustrated
Is one of this collection, the price
Is 25.00, made of superior qual
ity cheviot, double breasted Prince
model, pockets trimmed with velvet, velvet on collar, satin
lined, skirt pleated model with cloth folds, $25.00
OMEN'S black silk Lisle
Hose, full regular made,
double heels, tees and soles, elastic
and durable, locks like silk, but will
wear better, per pair 50c.
Women's imported Hermsdorf
black ingrain Lisle Hose, double
heels, toes and scies, would be
splendid value at 5Cc, this lot per
Special Demonstrations and
Fittings of Redfern Corsets
A SPECIAL corsetiere, trained by the designer of Red
fern Models, will be here beginning Saturday,
September 28th, to explain the merits of Redfern and
fit you, if you desire a model exactly suited to your
Special fittings, all whale
bone, front-lacing Reiferns.
The"new figure" vogue stimu
lates us to add the very latest
Redfern styles in order that
you may be served fashiona
bly in your corset model.
Redfern Models are used by
high-class designers of costumes,
both in this country and Europe,
as the most exact and beautiful
foundation upon which to build
their garments, which "set the
style" for the world.
Redferns $3 to $5.
by tlio Court of Honor. No. Ill, al tlio
K. V. liall. over Iho Family theater.
Thursday. Sept. 2(1, afternoon ami cv
niii!i. KefroKhineiiis ami 1anein.!;.
Tickets. l"i tents.
Fred Roehr. the is-nioiitlis old so':
of Mr. and Mrs. William Roehr. 521
Fourth street, died last evening at "
o'clock at the home of the parents.
Cholera infantum was the cans:1.
Iluiial will lake place tomorrow at
Chippianiiock cemetery, following ser
vices at the homo at 2 o'clock.
CARD PARTY FOR CHARM Y
vase U S. McCahe & Co.).
Mrs. Anna Cankll. eighth prize, or
ental bust L. S. McCabe & Co.).
Mrs. .lohnson, ninth prize
tray (Youns: & McCombs).
Mrs. Mailman, Huh prize
pitcher (Youns & McCombs).
Mrs. Furloiiii. 1 lib prize, match hold
er (Youtii; i McCoinlis).
the relief 1
lower pai t
Sunshine Relief Society Raises $50
for a Needy Family.
The Sunshine Relief society ,navo a
very successful card parly yesterday
afternoon ' at Math's ball which was
attended by about 10b ladies and t
which something over $5u was cleared
This money will be used for
of a worthy family in tin 1
of town. livery thins in connect ion.
with tile affair was donated, the tab!;v:
hfina; lent by Clemaun Salzinnnn
the chairs by C. R. Whe'.dan, the l''l
by the Maccabees and the score cards
by A. V. Crampton & Co. Refresh
ments were donated by the McDmald.
Silvfitnan and Weckel grocery More-?
and the prize winners, the pil'J p an 1
the donaters are as follows:
Mis. Irene Concaniion, first, prize,
gold bowl spoon (lnpalls).
Mrs. hattis. second prize, sivrr scis
sors (Fred likuer).
Mrs. Lena Staniin. third "prize, kid
gloves (Geor.uo Bennett).
Mrs. .lennie Allen, fourth prizn. hand
painted plate (h. S. McCal & Co.).
Mrs. Wivill, fifth prize. Vase (Martlett
Mrs. Agnes Tubbs. si.th prize, half
dozen sherbet glasses? (V.. Mace).
Mrs. Mabel Cosgrov? , seventh prize,
Public Sale Notice.
Notice is hereby given that. I shall
on Friday, the 27th day of September.
A. 1). 1!M17, at the hour of 10 o'clock a,
in., offer for sale at the store room,
known us 1525 Second avenue, in thj
city of Rock Island. III., all the prop
erty u.iid effects of every kind belong
ing to the Central Klectric Mann
luring company, of Rock Island. 111.,
said effects consist of various kinds of
machinery for tbe manufacture of elec
trical devices, manufactured electric!
stock, materials, patents for electrical
devices, accounts, office furniture an 1
fixtures, eic. Said sale will be made
e?tiier in gross or in part, as may j ;
leemed most advantageous to the u.i-
dersigned as receiver for the said coi
poratioii. Terms of sale will lie for
cash. CARI, HKLl.IMCNSTEU,.
Pated this 10th day of September,
Licensed to Wed.
Perry K. David Davenport
Florence I. Hall Rock Island
Clement R. Ceurvorst Davenpoit
Wilhelmine Miller Rock Island
William H. KlinUerniann Moline
Mathilda Hansgcn Rock Is':and
Last Rail Laid on Walsh Road.
Terre Haute, Ind.. Sept. 25. Th-?
last rail was laid yesterday on the Chi
cago division of John R. Walsh'x
Southern Indiana road. Freight traffic
was started at once, nnd passenger
service will be established m tw
All the news all Uid time TIIE
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Ear and Throat
DR. O. A. YOUNG.
CCRKS YHl-: OTHKRS FAIL.
I ADVERTISE WHAT I DO. I DO WHAT I ADVERTISE.
I DO NOT TREAT ALL DISEASES, I CURE ALL DISEASES I TREAT.
I HOLD OUT NO FALSE HOPES. I FULFILL EVERY PROMISE.
I WILL NOT ACCEPT INCURABLE CASES, I MAINTAIN MY PRAC
TICE BY HONEST WORK.
I ASK THE LOWEST FEE, I CHARGE FOR CURES ONLY.
DR. O A. YOUNG.
Third Floor, South Putnam Building. DAVENPORT, IOWA.
Office hours 9 a. m. to 5 p. m. Sundays, 10 a. m. to 12 m.
NOTE: Until further notice there will be no charge for consultation. tj