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THE ARGUS, FRIDAY; XOVEM HER 8; 1 007.
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OUR SUITS ARE DIFFERENT. I . Jk:iM '"' i;
lime Ffoiit '
,UR efforts have neVer
resulted in a more
creditable showing of ' ifine
tailored SUITS and OVER
coats than this season. ,
We are prepared for
those who want the conser
vative styles as well as those
who. want the extreme novelties.
suit all tastes.
The stylish dresser
knows this store is THE
STORE for the proper styles
We have never catered
as we have this fall to the
MAN WHO KNOWS.
THE LONDON'S prices
are not asj high as those who
show you inferior makes.
. Children's. Suits
In All the Very Latest
Styles All New
Comprising all the fabrics and colorings-
browns, blues,, grays,
Norfolks Plain double breast
ed coats and with .belts. Pants
bloomers,knickerbocker and plain.
$2.50 to $8.50
Sailor and Russian Blouse Suits
in grays, blues, browns, etc.
$4-00 to $8.50
Reefer Coats for Boys
3 to 16 Years
That are up to the minute in plain
grays, stripes, browns and;, blues;- 4
very .swell. ...! 11.. .
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"Prices $2.50 to $ 1 0
Boys'1 'arid Children's Caps
j in all styles, turbans Detroits, golf s, fur
inside band, all other shapes. Price 50c
SWEATER COATS. V neck and v
plain sweaters, all colors., 50c to $2.50.
Boys Knee Pants. Greatest Values 50c. ,
Our Overcoats are Different.
Soclfty news, written or telephoned
to the society eilitor of The Arjus,' will
t Rhully reeeiveil and nublislied. Hut
In'either is" the Identity of the sender
. must be made known, to' lnmire reliu
bllity. Written notices must bear sig
nature and uddressj .-.
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Young People to Give Entertainment.
The young people of thoTirst Swed
Ir.h Lutheran church will give an enter
tainment this evening in the church, at
which time the new piano just purchas
ed will be used. r The program to be
given follows: Piano solo, Miss Nellie
Freeman;. tromBone solo, C. L. Swan
Fon; recitation, Mtss Jennie Nelson;
. piano' solo. Miss Ellen Freeman; vocal
solo, John Anderson; piano duet.
Misses Theresa Nelson and Edith Fors
burg: song, Philomela chorus, and
speech, Rev. C. A. Blomgren. Follow
ing ,tlie program refreshments will be
served. " ' .
The, Ladies' Mission .society of the
church met yesterday afternoon at the
Lome of Mrs. Andrew Jackson, some
SO or 40 membera and friends being
present. The society recently donated
$::00 to the new . parsonage fund and
the receipts of yesterday's hieeting
V wera $20.50. Last year the society paid
for the-painting pf.the church and jes-'
terday it was decided to pay
painting of the parsonage.
Moline Woman's Club. The execu
tive committee of the Moline Woman's
club met yesterday in the' library build
ing and admitted to membership three
Rock Island VuliesV as follows: Miss
Agatha Kevins', Miss Bernice Kevins,
and Mrs. Edward F. Kuhner; 'also .12
ladies from Moline were admitted.
The regular meeting of the club will
be held tomorrow aftenRion at' the
First Congregational church, at which
time .Mrs. John H. Sherwood of Chi
cago will adaress the ladies on the
subject, "How to Understapd and' En
jJy Pictures." The address wiir be il
lustrated with a large number of pict
ures which Mrs. Sherwood will bring
with her. - -
Aston-Hovey. Abel Ewart Aston and
Miss Julia Frances Hovey, both of
Elgin, were married this morning at
ll o'clock at Trinity Episcopal church
by the rector, Rev. Granville it. Sher
wood. The marriage service was fol-
of Rev. Mr. Sherwood.
Towel Shower for Bride-Elect. Miss
Annette Freeman, at her home, CIS
Third avenue, last evening entertain
ed a few friends at a supper party and
towel shower in honor of Miss Joseph
ine Carlson, who is to be a November
bride The table decorations were car
ried"out in the wedding colors, blue
and wfcite. Guessing games and cards
were the diversion oT the evening. Miss
Emma Johnson. 'taking; trie first prize
and Miss Josephine Carlson the con
solation prize. , , ;
Gives Cinch Party. Mrs. Alice Rees
of Moline entertained at cinch yester
day afternoon. Mrs. Edward Stuhr of
this city took first prize,; Mrs. A. Ja
cobson of Moline second, and Mrs. C.
Murrin of this 'city consolation. The
hostess served a dainty lnnch. ' The
next meeting will be held at the home
rof , Mrs. William Reddig.
Etude Club Meets. The Etude club
met yesterday afternoon at the homj
I of Mtss Ma.rv Simnson. 9X1 Tuontj.
lowed by the .celebration of the holy third street Scandinavian tnnsin wn
studied and the program was a mem
communion. Mr. and Mrs. Aston left
on the noon train for Chicago, and will
later make tkeir home in Los Angeles.
rial to the composer, Grieg, whose
death occurred a few weeks ago. The
Cal. Mr. Aston is .engaged in the real tirrwrnm wnc n.rranp-p? hv Mica favT
estate and insurance business and Alice' Williams and Mrs; F. AV- Reirn
-both haaad his bride "are near friend,, ers,lAn -uonsmlly. "gop4: program JiaT
been arranged for yesterday's meeting'
but had to be altered owing to th-j
fact, that Miss Williams was calle 1
to Cleveland, Ohio, by the serious ill
ness of her brother. Jesse William?.
Following is the program as it was ar
Piano Suite...... Ole Olson
Mrs. F. W. Reiniers.
Violin Sonata. Op. S.;-. Grieg
Allegro con brio.
-.Allegretto 'quasi antanlino.
. Alhgro molto vivace.
Miss Mary Williams.
Paper on Grieg .Miss Mary Simpson
Trio Norwcgisrhe Tanze, Op 35, 2,
3 4 ,.. Grie-
Miss Williams, violin; Miss Grace
Hall, piano; M'ss Hazel Munger,
. cello. '
Vocal "solo "Sunshine Song." "The
. Swan," "Ich . L-iebe Dich" Grieg
, ' Miss Get trade Carso.
Miss Mary Williams.
Piano . ' '
"A- Serenade" .'. .Sinlin
'iA Serenade". .Lasso.i
"To Spring". Gt ie.
. Mrs. Reimers. ,
Trio'Teer Gynt" suite; -Op. 40. -
.1-2-3. . . . .s V.a . ... Grie
' Misses Williams, Hall and Munger,
4 .The next; meetins 'will. te held at
the home of Miss Dora Thode'of 230'
West Fourth street, Davenport, anl
will also be devoted to the study of
Scandinavian music with the program
in charge of Mrs. Edla Lund. '
A BALD NEWSPAPER MAN.
Getting a New Crop of Hair, and Has
No More Dandruff.
Everybody in the northwest knows
Colonel Daniel ' Searles, the veteran
journalist and publicist of Butte. Jan.
10, 1900. the colonel writes: "I used
a couple of bottles of Newbro's Herp
icide with marvelous ' results. Th
dandruff disappeared; a new crop of
hair has taken root, and the bald spot
is rapidly being covered," Herpicide
is the only hair preparation that kills
the dandruff germ tha4 digs up tha
scalp in scales, as it burrows its way
to theroof of the hair, where it de
stroys the vitality of the hair, causing
the hair to fall out. Sold by leading
druggists. Send id cents in stamps for
sample to The Herpicide company, De
troit, Mich. T. H. Thomas, special
The postmaster of Gasconado, Mo.,
Daniel A. Bugh, say: "I cannot say too
much for your Kidney and Bladder Pills
I feel like a new man." De Witt's Kid
ney1 and Bladder Pills are sold by all
druggists. .. v- 'i- .' '.. ' . .-
City Council Roonu Rock island,
Ilf. , Nov. 7, 1907 The city counc!
met in, adjourned regular session at 2
o'clock, p. m., .Mayor Schaffer presid
ing and, all the aldermen present e-i-cept
Ostrora and Smith.- - "
Alderman": Benson moved that the
sum of SG.1C8.70 be allowed the Peo
ple's Construction company on the
city's portion of the cost of district
No. 2 sewer. Adopted by unanimous
Alderman Oberg moved that the
council take a recoss to inspect tho
new boilers at the waterworks pump
ing statbv 011(1 tne route of the pro
posed outlet- xt - the Seventh ward
On reassembling Alderman Benson
moved that the boilers be accepted
and the balance due the Brownell com
pany be allowed ami the mayor anl
clerk' instructed to issue vouchers for
the amount. Adopted by unanimous
vote. Adjourned. M - .
' M. T. RtTDGREN, City Clerk.
The Southern Pacific' Railroad com
pany has bought in San Francisco a
lot oii which . It will erect at once a
$2M)00 railroad hospltaL:- - -
All the news all the time THU
Do you spend cleaning, filling:
and fussing around with youi
About 20 minutes a day? .' .
That is 10 Tiours a month.
Besides all the dirty Ill-smell- '
. Save hours of this time by .
Gas Is clean, safe, always:
ready and cheap. j
We pipe four rooms for $3.75.
The gas costs you only ten
cents for 100 cubic feet.
Power Co. ,