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WEDNESDAY. APltlLi S, i908.
Tubbs, ; .2845 Seventh avenue.vwas held '
yesterday, afternoon from , the home.
,4 .... n XT CVnratMil''aAiii nf TVIHlfv
CEF 0 HE- l J t W VU It parfeh, ccnducted the zservlcee.' -"A
special tram, bore the remains to rorc
Local Option Law ; Seems Clear;
Point u to i Second Contest
v ' - Over the Question. " ; ' ';
I Byron - for burial.
. Considerable Inquiry has arisen as
to) whether, local option; having failed
to. carry in a given, district; the same
Question can ber, again submitted at
bnce for another vote. The act seems
very explicit uponf this pointy provid
ing .that, having been once submitted,
the question cannot bo again brought
before the:'', people -3 for 18' months.
were--wan.- inoue,- aeweu- v"1""!
Kenneth C Welch and - John Qulnlan. j
Many beauuiui norai onenngs . were
made.- ; ... ;; ' -i -.'' .
Biiy-.k home of Reldy Bros. ' "
; TM-city Towel supply company. ;
For bus or express, Spencer A Trefa.
Kerler -& Co. clean carpets and rugs.
Whether It carries or not apparently LI Potatoes only 60 cents per bushel at
Humes 'no - qinerence. . oecuun iu mvo. .
covering tnis I -v Attend the forced ' out ' shoe sale.
the local option . law
point is as follows:
y. "A vote . under.! the provisions of
this act in. and for, any oolltlcal sub
division , Upon the proposition 'Shall
this become anti-saloon territory?' or
In'., and for any. political, subdivision
or district upon the. proposition 'Shall
ibis ' (political; subdivision or district)
continue to be anti-saloon territory?;
shall-be a ' bar' to the submission to
thft. voters thereof of either , of . such
propositions as' applied' to that ldentf-
cal political subdivision or district
only, until after the lapse - of 18
. months." . . , . .
Fair toalgat and' Tkaradayi warmer
; " J. M. SljF.RIEH, Local Korccaater,
Trmnrratare at T a. la- 37 1 at 3i30
4s."Mximum tmperatare ia W I thjs eek t McCabe's, and Bilk corset
SI booth, SI minimum, 37. Velocity of
Island City shoe store. : ' '
Attend the forced out shoe.ale at
the Island City shoe store.' ' t.
Smokers appreciate the quality value
oi,LewiB single Binder vcigar
"Bell ' me your ' household goods.
Jones, second hand and loans.
Xet Krell ft Slemon do your furnace I
and .tin work; 1316 Third avenue.
- Great; sacrifice on . new spring foot
wear; at the Island City shoe store.
Need any carpenter work? Call on
Bergeson,' 1C15 Fourteenth street. Old
phone. 1 :
Mr,, and .Mrs. F. H. Druckmlller b'
South Rock Island are the parents of I
a baby boy;-
Greatest Bhowing of Etster. millin
ery ever; seen hereabouts, now ready
A sale of the famous R&gis corsets
wind at 7 a. 13 mllra per hoar. Stage
of .water, 34' feet, rlae of .1 foot ta
last 24 hours, rreelpltatloa, Ml.
April 8 In Hlsicry.1
17S2 Darld Rlttenhouse,
f. mathemntlclau a n d
' . astronomer,' , born;
' died 1790.
18S3 K 1 c b n r d ; Grant
, White, . author and
philoloKist, died In
, New York city; born Rittenhouae.
1895 General James L. Kemper, ea
. governor of Virginia and one of the
. brlgado leaders in Plrkett's charge
at Gettysburg, died; born 1823.
1907 Rev- Dr., John JohnBon, survivor
and principal, historian of the Con
federate defense of Fort Sumter,
. . died; bora 1S29. ; -
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;. Tonight and Tomorrow Morning.
'- Sun sets 6:28,' rises f:26; moon sets
2:03 a. m. -
Tubbs ' Funeral.
The funeral of, Mau4e Irene Tubbs,
daughter of Mr. " and Mrs. George
How to Make
There are so many washing
and cleaning preparations on the
market that it may puzzle you
a little-to know just which is
the best for certain purposes.
For general floor and wood
work cleaning the following soap
powders will be found more
thorough; quick and economical
.than ordinary soap:. ;
Gold Dustv per pkg.. . ,-. ., 5e (
Pearllne, per pkg. . . .V, .... 6V
Soapine per pkg. 1....... 5c
Snow' Boy, per pkg-'.C...... 5c
Rub-No-More, per pkg. ...... 5c
For furniture anr hardwood , J
. there is nothing eo good as
-Sayonol, at, per can . .'. .25c
For . window cleaning, either -Bon
Ami at 10e per cake, or
Sapolio at ,10c per cake is
very good :."...,'...,...... 10c
Ammonki for all purposes,
per extra large bottle, ..... .10c
We alsoiave scrub pails, cot
ton mops, mop sticks and brusn
es for all sorts of uses, at 5c to
25c each. ..
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F. R. Kuschmann.
Ave. Both Phones.
That' why our teed business la
larger 'every year. ' .
: We cftrry the largest line of
tested bulk seeds in the tri-cltiee
at wholesale and retail.
WALL' PAPER AT A Bfa .
Rock Island, 111.
lacers absolutely free.
Sensational silk prices Thursday at I
McCabe's. also a great showing of the
fashionable rough silks.
A daughter was born to Mr. and
Mrs. E. W. Osborne of 1028 Sixteenth
street Sunday afternoon.
Hartz mountain warblers and roller
canaries, singers of unusual sweet
ness, for sale at McCabe s. :
Dr. Joseph DeSilva has removed his
office from the Bengston building to
rooms 206 and 207 Safety building.
Remember the Trl-CIty Shoe Repair
company's place of business, 1823 Sec I
ond avenue. Expert shoe repairing. '
One lot of men's $4 and $5 tan ox
fords go for $2.89 and $2.98 at the Is
land City shoe store forced out sale.
The swell Easter shoes and oxfords
at McCabe's make 1 most attractive
collection "and you ought to see them.
A Parties desiring to engage the danc
ing halt, at Black Hawk inn for par
ties may do so now,. Jjy phoning 5383
or 5484 or Mrest 430.
The moonlight skate at the rink
Tuesday' night proved to: be the most
popular affair of the kind this year. It
Is probable -that another will be given
Tan': or nut brown' oxfords or ..shoes
with hosiery' to match is Quite the
proper fashion. ' Be kind toT your feet
uon i- cnance a misnt;. You take no
chances' when buying" at McCabe's."
Salvation army officers in Rock Is
land." Staff Captains ; F. Cowen ; and
wife', will conduct special services at
the ' First '-. Baptist church Thursday
evening. April 9, at 8 o'clock. VA pub
lic Invitation is extended.
The Ladles' Aid society of the Cen
tral Presbyterian ' church .-. will hold
their annual: utility . sale;, also cakes,
cookies, rolls - and doughnuts at the
home "of , Mrs. H. C Connelly. 1200
Second avenue, Saturday, April 11, at
2 p. m. . - r . j
ine . uavenporc wursery company
offers for spring planting a large and
complete, assortment of , fruit v trees, I
vines, hardy flowering shrubs, roses,
etc Ourl prices - are jlght and stock
guaranteed true to name. Phone 104C-Y,
or send postal, and our city salesman
Not an Invitation Affair, ' -
There -will be no formal invitations
issued for the Jefferson day banquet
at the Harper house next Monday!
night under the auspices of the demo-1
Icratic county committee. Damocrats
and citizens generally who desire Col
be present may purchase tickets ' of I
I Chairman W. C. Maucker or any mem
ber of the county committee.. . ..
Birds. Genuine - Imported , Hartz
.Mountain Canaries, all guaranteed singers, y-
the' most perfect trills.v andj warbling; ve
thiyVever' heardprice-SO; cages 8Sc
;to $2.sa ;'.;,;.
Pleased With Showing Made.
Jack Auld, candidate for assessor on I
the democratic ticket, though defeated,
teeis mat ne maae a creditable race.
land wishes The Argus to express his I
(thanks to those who supported him.
Postal 8avings Bank.
'. One. of . the most, pronounced results
of the recent financial flurry was the
favorable consideration and comment
of a postal -bank savings system.
There has . also been a great deal of
i favorable comment about the merit of
Hostctter's Stomach Bitters during
the 54 years it: has been before the
public, and Its cures have been so pro
nounced as to make it a leader among
medicines for allnx?nts of the stom
ach. liverand bowels. W thousands
of homes it has . already 'established
Itself as" the favorite remedy because
l of ItB purity and reliability. II yoU
suner rrom. poor appetite, sick head
ache, nervousness, heartburn, btoatinz.
sour : stomach, dyspepsia," Indigestion, !
cost! veness,. grippe, spring ailments or
malaria try ; a- bottle at once. It will -
surely'help you. - ; . . . : : I
You feel he llfe-glvtng .current f A !
gentle warmtn fills the: nerves and 5
blood. It's pleasure to take Hollls-I
ter's Rocky Mountain Tea..' 35 cents,
tea, or tablets. - Harner . House nhar.
!mvacy. .. : .v .
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HIS store has grown great ' because
it excels Oar ambition isHo sell
more goos-to sell tile" best goods'
manufactured, , anv to ; enjoy the confi-:
dence and esteem of alt, our patrons. -
We have a mission a meirchandiise i tdis;
sion to educate the i peoplaionyiines-of ;
refinement ' in 'c merchandise, to 1 cailtivate.
the i tastes : in 'simplicity! to elevate to
build up to teach the public to separate
dross irom the . refined , gold to make :
friends for. this store, and to retain-; them".
Our profit-sharing plans were develop
ed along these lines, for every. 10c you
spend here you receive a coupon or trad
ing stamp, which with others pasted in'a
bQok soon entities ybu to , one of the
handsome gifts displayed in vthe!'lS7&
H," Premium- Parlors in the New Safety
Building; Go ; and look them- over,- and
select anything you like, then come to us
ana we win neip you xo get jusi wnat you
.want.""' - ." ' ' v-..' J.,
Examination of Eyes Free
YOU often see th'e sign" "Eyes Testerf Free." but
Depaflment -is up-to-dater and", equipped in-the best-
possible t manner. . Our examination Is thorough,'
scientific and palns-takicg'and the results are a per
fectly comfortable pair of glasses.' Examination free
by tie latest method. No obligation to buy.
" - Electric Cleaner-' for ? Carpets, Fug
.knd, Tapestries, rrtake them look like
new. pint cans. 15c. ; -- . - j
.fi Electric Wall- Paper Cleaner, can,'8c.
. Butcher's Polish, for wood work and
. bard wood floors, pound can. SOc. a ;- ' , :
. TV 7E have i arranged for
' W. - the oreatest disnlav
of Easter Hats it .has . ever
been our pleasure , to ex
.hibit... These ; enormous
; picture .hats are ' perfect ex-
pressions of the French; and
English artists, such an ar
fay of . enchanting styles is
enough to put every woman
who has' not already decid
ed in a perfect quandary of
' uncertainty; There are so
many that will just suit her,
that , it will be difficult for
her to choose.; "Many of
these latest effects are
either- the productions of the
best" Chicagp, St. Louis and
Ne wYork artists or the cre
ations of our own experts.
:. vln the new spring colors
Barley and Nut Browns are
among" the i strong late
'shades, while the Jockey A v
: Green.Pippin green and Wil- X
low green are great favorites aboard: The latter I being report
(ed'from PaHs as a very taking shade .for .smart street hats.
The canary yellow and Champagne are much, seen for
dressier wear. A pr6fusion of flowers, foliage, rosettes, ai
grettes ribbons, wings, birds, quills and' plumes are all used
in great abundance. - , -
hi"?' fg2 . If::
THIS ; busy Shoe Section offers
. tl.. .. T- KI..1
. 1I1UIC Ul 1KB 11CW IiW MllU 11 Ul
Brown Oxfords than have hereto
fore been seen in one store.
Handsome new arrivals in wo
men's Golden Brown and Tan Ox
fords and Ladies' Tan Boots, com-
'pletes an assortment already large.
women s Tan, Russia Calf Blucher
Boots, also Russia Calf button boots
with suede tops. .Four Eyelet Blur
cher Oxfords, Matinee Ties. Three
Eyelet Sailor. Tles.-Tuxedo," But
tons, Pumps with , fancy . buckles.
medium and short vamps. Cuban
and . spike heels, high arched pat
terns, in Kid and Russia Calf, 4.00,
3.50. 3.00. 2.5P and $2.00.
Men's handsome Russia Calf Tan
Oxfords, medium .and swine -lasts.
very late styles. 4.00 and $3.50.
Misses' and Children's Tan Shoes
and Oxfords, choice styles, priced
at 2.00. 1.50. 1. 25 tQ,89c. .
TlEAUTIFUL Import handbaes in"
lit, w nmu tiidics, tviciijf W 1-
dow Bags, Vanity , Bags. Avenue
BflCi. etc. In Sea!. Watni c;H
ancj fancy laatners, double riveted
-frames,: 3.75 to 5.00. '
Fintfer; BaffS In rich, fancv
leathers Wajruis, Levant, Lizard.
etc., ornamental clasps; nicely fitted
interiori. 1.75. , ' -
Anthony soft Baits, loner
grain, fitted with handles, all colors.
HPyURSD AY morning arid for the. week,
A 80Q pairs t Lace Curtains bought' from
the Lehigh Mfg. Co.; at about Half Price,
will be sold " as 'bough't. .-Come now for
your Lace Curtains. r V- ':-.
. Renaissance, Marie Antoinette. Filet and Colonial
patterned Lace Curtains. 3 and 3i yards in length,
whife-and.ln ivory. ,2.50. 3.00 and 3.50 Curtains,
ready at 9 "oclotk and tiU sold at'. 1.87, 1.58 and
$1.35 a-pair. - . . . z:' - '. '
P-vWe offer, with.: this purchase - dainty colored Cur
tains, cool -looking for summer, appropriate for Hying
rooms and bed' rooms, extra values at 2.25. 1.75,
,1.25 and $1,12 jir. : . -
.Attractive Tapestry Curtains, new, beautifully bor
dered on' self figured grounds, a pair of these will add
greatly to the home in finishing up a door or archway,
specially priced at 5.68. 4.95 andA$4.25 pair.' . .-
New Importation of Grenadines so: popular for
half and full . length Sash Curtains, very, durable,"
yard 29c. : : , . - ' ' ' ;.
John Brown & Co.'s finest Imported Scotch Mad,
; ras in rich Browns, Bpues and Oriental colors,' also
plain white and . cream, at 1.25. 97c and 75c yard.
60 dozen Window Shades mounted on best rollersy
complete ready to hang, Thursday 2 lc each. ;
2 gross Brass Extension Sash Rods, half price for.
Thursday. 5c. : f'-- '
T7 VERY day adds new lots of these desirable and
r scarce" Hose. Light Tan, Dark Tan. Golden and
Nut Brown, Chocolate and the between shades so
hard to match." - .'. .
-. ;: You will find them here in cotton,,lisle, silk gauze,
laces, pretty embroidered instep patterns, at 25c, 35c
up tO"75c and for the silk hose. 2.25 and 1.25.
rising Silk Prices qoiX
Thursday f Friday, Saturday
0 approvals or exchanges. -Everything will be ready J
for selling at 930 o'clock and continuing for the bal- - . "
ance of the week 6800 yards of the season's newest colorings and
weave in Dress Silks, plain and fancies in a profusion of new de
signs at a decided saving to the family bank account. ; -
5 v Fully 3Q00 yards of large
"j f" brown andT white, 'and black
and white p hecks and stripes
'Neat gray stripes and plaids, new pon--gee
color grounds with large stylish bar?,
red plaids. Pekin Stripes, in gray and
white, .navy: and - white' and brown and
white the weaves Include both Louis
ines and tafietas---arJ!g variety of stylish
silks in the best ' colors, values In the
ot from 75c 4 yard, up-.-ail at 39c. ;
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600 yards New Rough -pongee, 24
Inches wide, the season's leading dress
fabric-suitable for. coats, as well as
" dresses, two shades of Pongee and
Champagne judge their, value when
, 1 you eee them . at 49c. 1 200 yards
Plain Color Taffetas. 26 leading shades
Including white and cream, a standard 75c value
while they last .T C
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Fashionable Rough Suiting Silks
7E are showing a splendid range of the most popular makes of the
-.hVpi;Yy,v rough . Suiting ; Silks. -; You ; f ead of )hem in . nearly all fashion
' fashionable Rough Silks. ' . r" -'
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f Tuisqrah Silk, a fabric of
rough design, suggesting the crude
work of; the East Indian hand
loom. , Comes in rlch shadesof
Navy. , Brown. Copenhagen, etc., ,
24 Inches wide, .at $ 1.00 a yard. .
Motbra Silk, a splendid
silk . Ideally suited for . motoring .
coats,, wraps," etc Pongee,, Brown
and Navy, shades, yard 1.50.; ,- '
- Mandarin and Pagoda
Silks,' popular fabrics for smartly
dressed ; women, they came in
beautiful self color stripes and
plain weaves." 24 ; inches wide,"
1.50 and 1.25 yard. -, ,
' The Miratfe and Shah
Oriental Dress Silks. In plain'
Natural,. Pongee. Navy. New
. Brown Copenhagen, Blue; etc.,
1.35 and 1,00.
;' -The fashion centers In the East are showing great preference for these handsome "and serviceable Oriental
Silksthey are newer and more popular than any of the; silks which have ted as a summer silk. ;;,- -;',:.
Famoos Wash Fabrics, Guaranteed Perfectly Fast Colors
; "QEMONSTr? ATIQN Sate of ; th Amerfcan' PratlnCos well ' known
prints. Including all the staple colors. Gingham stylesShepherd Checks,
Foulard Silk effects, pretty new Hght Shirtings. Apron and many other styles,
' See the handsome dresses in our show window, made from these pretty wash fab
rics. Colors and quality the best, choice of juny 'style, t&e per yird, only 6Jc,
CTRENGTH. durability and finish
combined are featured in trunks
handled here, even the lower priced
ones receive much the same care
in construction as those much higher
priced. -. . -
.- We are showing genuine Leather
Bound Trunks, with two sole leather
-; straps, fancy metal loops and tips,
' brass clamps, heavy hardwood slats,
dome corners-bumpers, hinged tray,
hat box, side compartment Idreis
tray; in the large sizes at $1 1.40
, and $10.65'.
Steel Bound Trunks, large box,
edges, entirely bound with angle
; steel,' oil painted canvas cover, hard
wood slats, .sole leather . straps.
brassed Monitor lock, hinged tray
with side compartment and Hat
box. dress tray cloth faced.' price
for the largest size, $8.50, and
'down to the -smaller sizes at
$6.50. Flat top. Trunks, canvas
cover oil painted, hardwood slats.
: sheet iron bound. Japanned steel
clamps, strap hinges, brassed Moni
tor lock; iron bottom, tray with cov-
. ered hat box. according to size, at
$4.25, $3.75, $3.50 and
: 8 Inch metal bound, white wash
Brush, long bristle, each 39c.,.
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v 3i- inch black bristle Paint Brush,
19c. ;..;.; ,. .
. Adjustable Mop "Handles,'- with
cotton mop. 19c.' . ''.-
Green Label House - Paint, all
colors, full quart cans, 29c.
; ; Something New in Strictly Tailored Styles Just in Time for Easter
'T'HE latest models In the Ladies'
severely . tailored' Suits have
just come in, and Introduce -a':
number of 'new . points : that are
finding favor In' the east; all cat
and made by skillful man tailors;
. the materials of the best imported
woolens. -are alt steam shrunk and
pressed before. maktngand wiU;,
hold their; shape without shrinking
;or stretching. ;-; - - ; ' -r
We have experienced fitters,
.whose business It Is not only to fit i
garments;-1 but to fit them In 'such 3
, a way that the , best lines of each .
Individual figure are brought out. 1
. ' Tailored Suits ' and many - fancy r
effects In th faahionable fabrics and
colors are "weU, represented. ; v.Thls ?
Faster"showing is particularly effective
and suggests your immediate attentions
if you' desire to appear your best on
the Easter occasion. -" " -,..
I Easter Coati)
CM ART Coats for the Easter;
paradei come ; In ) handsome--'
tailored Covert models in new
loose or. tight-fitting effects, 22 tc
"36 Inches IctvV-V;-;:
r Among the decidedly stylish are
the 50-lnch tight-fitting coat m Covert and Novelty
. English Worsteds. ' .These are. both dressy and suit'
able for traveling or auto wear as welL. l. .
Snug little Jackets in Covert and Novelties are '.
much trr evidence" and are selling "freely, alsothe
Broadcloth Jackets In tight- flttir rnodets are her ki :
good assortment, HUle heavier weight and V bit more
. .aressy. ' ; , . ; , ; --
"- . dbats ot silk braid In lace designs.' qnUe the rage "at pres
' jsnt throughout the East. Must be seen to be appreciated. ;
; - - "i Yott'are assured of style.' fit and fln'ihV and the imost
. ; moderate of prices in the great Easter display ,of coati at
.this store. V-v . .. .. - , .. ; ; -.
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