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THE ARGUS, iWEDNE SD AY . MAY 20, 190s.
LAURIN TO LEAVE
Mrs. Asay. ,.'.:
Chorus "Welcome , Pretty ' Prlm-
, rose' Ciro-Pinsutl
Piano solo "Autumn";... Chaminade
:?Augutana Instructor in Piano
': Will Probably Establish
. j Studio in Stockholm.
Miss Marjoric Head. - -
Soprano solo "My Sweet Wild
Rose" v;.; Trotere
- Rose Meehan.
Jessie Whiteside, accompanist.
Reading "The Irish Mother".
1 AT . COLLEGE THREE YEARS
Piano duet "Scherzo Drilliante"...
l to Depart for Sweden in Three
Weeks Will Give His Farewell
..." J'.... A, H. Sponholtz
Jessie Whiteside, Clarence Bothwell.
Chorus "Friends, Good Night"....
......... From Von Flotows Martha
, Music lovers in the three titles will
regret to learn that Professor Sigfrid
Laurln, who for two years has been
connected with the Angustana conser
vatory of music, will not be here next
, year. Professor Laurln intends to
STEEL FLAG POLE
FOR SPENCER SQUARE
Old Glory to Float as Result of En
terprise of Alderman
A new adornment for Spencer
square has been secured through the
efforts of Alderman William Trefz.
The business men of the city are mak
ing the donation. It is in the shape
of a steel flag pole 73 ieet high. The
pole will be set up in a few days at a
point about half way between the
band stand and the little log cabin
south of the stand.' Thereafter Old
Glory will float in the park on every
PROFESSOR S1GFRED LAURIN.
leave on a tour of northern Europe
within Three weeks, after .which he
will locate in Stockholm, Sweden. He
' has not .fully decided on plans for the.
; future, but will probably open a con
servatory of music in the Swedish cap
ital. . '
Professor I.aurin has been in Amer
ica 10 years, during which time he
has attracted considerable attention
both by his playing and his composi
tions. The first seven years he spent
as instructor in the conservatory of
Bethany college, Lindsborg, Kan. Af
ter a trip abroad he returned to Amer
ica and for a year was connected with
North Park college conservatory in
Chicago. The last two years he has
been at Augustana.
A KarejYe'l Concert.
Professor Laurln will give his fare
well concert tomorrow evening in the
college-chapel. -The program will con
sist almost exclusively of Chopin and
Liszt numbers, including Chopin s
greatest Polonaises and Wagner-Liszt
Tannhauser march. In addU ion to these
Professor Laurin will render two of
his own compositions which he has
, just written. The first is a vocal com
position entitled "Abide With Me," and
the second is a rhapsody called "The
Dying Soldier's Vision."
YOUNG LADIES' AUXILIARY
WILL GIVE A CONCERT
At Spencer Memorial Methodist Church
Tomorrow Evening, Tri-City Tal
ent to Assist in Program. ,
The Young Ladies' auxiliary of Spen
cer Memorial Methodist church has ar
ranged an attractive program to be
given at the church, corner. of Forty
third street and Seventh avenue, to
morrow evening. The chorus taking
part in the program is under the direc
tion of Mrs. J. F. Witter and the pro
ceeds from the concert will be applied
on the church debt.' The program in
Chorus "Anchored" S. K. Cowan
Piano solo Selected
Clarence Both well.
Reading "Who's Afraid"
'. . . . .Marjorie Benson Cook
Soprano solo "The Day Is Ended". '
Mrs. Albert .-Ellison.
Florence Freistat, violin; Edna '
Violin "Romance" '. Beethoven
Miss Mndie Williams.
' Miss Shalberg, accompanist.
Soprano alto duct "Come Where
the Rosebuds Now Sleep" A.I I.White
Mrs. Beam. Vina Curtis.
j Jessie Whiteside, accompanist.
Chicago, May 20. Following are the
market quotations today:
May, 10214, 1 03. 101, 101 V4.
July, 90, 91V&. 89, 89.
September, i6V 87-,' 86V4, 86.
; May, 78, 79, 77. 77.
July. GOV., C0-y4, C6V4. 66V4.
September, C4, 61, 64, 64.,
May. 54, 55, 54, 55.
July, 46, 46, 46. 46.
September, 37, 37, 37. 37.
May, closed 13.47.
July, 13.75, 13.75, 13.C2, 13.62.
September, 13.97, 14.00, 13.87, 13.87.
July, 8.60, 8.62, -&52, 8.52.
September, 8.7. 8.77, 8.67, 8.67.
May, 7.27, 7.27, 7.22, 7.22.
July. 7.40, 7.42. 7.35, 7.35.
Septrtnber, 7.62, 7.65, 7.57, 7.57.'
Receipts today: 'Wheat, 22; corn
it9; oats, 1SS; hogs, 20,000-f cattle
lo.OOO; sheep,. J 1,000.
Estimated .receipts Thursday:
Wheat, 16; corn," 200 oats, '116; hogs,
20,000. : . '
Hogs left over, 6.0O0. Hog market
opened 5c higher. Light. $5.255.55;
mixed and butchers, $5.395.57; good
heavy, $5.205.55; rough' heavy, J5.20
Cattle market opened strong.
Sheep market opened steady.
Omaha: Hogs, 13,000; cattle, 4,000.
Kansas City: Hogs, 14,000; cattle,
Hog market closed quiet and strong
Light, $5.30(5.60; mixed and butch
ers, $5.30:5.65; good heavy, $5.25
5.62; rough heavy, $5.23Q5.35.
.Cattle market closed steady. Beeves
$1.7O7.20; stockers and feeders $3.50
5.40; cows and heifers, $2.306.15.
Sheep market closed steady.
Minneapolis: Today, 120; last week,
136; last year, 246. .
Duluth: Today 7; last week, 19;
last year, 97.
Liverpool opening cables Wheat
to higher, corn V4 higher.
Liverpool closing Wheat 1 to 1
higher, corn higher.
New York Stocks.
New York, May 20. Following are
the quotations on the stock market today:
3as 924, U. P. 1474, U. S. Steel
preferred 102, U. S. Steel common
8, Reading 111, Rock Island pre
ferred 37, Rock Island common 18,
Southern Pacific 86, N. Y. Central
105V4, Missouri Pacific 61V4. I & N.
10&, Smelters 70, C:F. I. 30, Can
adian Pacific 158, Illinois Central 140,
Pcnna 121, Erie 21, C. & O. 45,
B. R. T. 50, B. & O. 90, Atchison
82, Locomotive 49, Sugar 129, St.
Paul 136, Copper 66, Republic Steel
preferred 69, Republic Steel common
18, Southern Ry. 17. .
; Korrect Shapes Won't Break
If the patent leather in this pair of
- BURT & PACKARD i'
- Korrect Shape Shoes
. breaks through before the first
note wears through, we will give
jrou new pair rre.
Rock Island. 111.
LOCAL MARKET CONDITIONS.
Today's Quotations on Provisions, Live
Stock, Feed and Fuel.
Rock Island, May 20. Following are
the wholesale prices in the local par
Provisions , and Produce. '
Eggs Fresh, 13c to 14c.
Live Poultry Spring chickens, 10c
per. pound; hens, per pound, 3; ducks,
per pound, 9c; turkeys, per pound,
X4c; geese, per pound, 9c
Butter Dairy, 19c to 20c.
Lard 10c. ;v ' '
' Vegetables Potatoes, 65c to 60c.
- Live Stock. ' "
Hogs $5.00 to $5.35, .
Sheep -Yearlings or over, 14.00 to
$5.00; lambs, $4.50 to $6.75.
Cattle Steers, $3.00 to $6.00; cows
and heifers, $2.00 to $4.00; calves, $4.00
. Feed and Fuel.';';:
Grain Corn, 75c to 77c; oats, 50c
to 53c- . : ; -., - V '
Forage Timothy hay, $11 to $13;
prairie, $8.00 to $10.00; clover, $10.00
to $11.00; straw, $0.00.
Coal Lump, per bushel, 14c; slack.
per bushel, 7c to 8c '
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T is with a great deal of pride that we invite the women of Rock Island and adjoining territory to
attend this May Sale. This fast growing department has made such progress the past year that
only those who have been regular patrons can appreciate how much has been accomplished. We
can now say that this is the best place in the tri-cities to buy Underwear, fully realizing that you
will agree with us. We've gathered the best that the leading manufacturers could produce, thou
sands of garments, each without a flaw, amply cut, finished as skillfully and carefully as are tailored
. garments for outer wear, are awaiting the coming of eager buyers. '
And not the least important feature of this salg is,the saving opportunities we offer, certainly strong induce
ments for you to buy a generous supply. They are remarkable values, well worth a special effort to secure.
If you were to purchase the material contained in these gowns
and made them up yourself any one of them would cost more than
these sale prices. Now is your opportunity to get a full supply for
A very pretty gown made of fine nainsook with deep yoke formed of
rows of Valenciennes lace and medallions, the butterfly .sleeves are
all made of lace, a very dainty creation, price $3.00. Other gowns
In the slipover and other styles at $2.00,
$1.75, $1.50, $1.35, $1,- 95c and
Gowns in extra sizes, made full and
correctly cut, $1, $1.25 and .........
sat$2:00,. - 85C
. .... $1.50
Crisp and dainty for everyday wear and dress occasions, trim
med with the newest and daintiest embroideries and laces cut very
full everyone a late model unmatchable at the prices we ask du
' ring this sale. - ' .
Special Value in Muslin Skirts at 98c.
Made of good quality muslin in three different styles, lace, embroi
dery and lawn ruffles, a very good value for $1.25, Qfto
specially priced for this sale tOC
See styles in window display.
A big range of styles of the better grades garments to please any
- and every fancy from the plainest effects to the most elaborately
trimmed creations at $1.50, $1.98, $2.00, $2.50, . tE ff
$3.00, $3.25 and ipO.UU
Have only mentioned
a few of the price' re
ductions in this ad
of the styles are shown
in our window dis
Such garments! Never, Never,
Never, have we brought to this
store such altogether attractive
merchandise never have we, offer
ed such clever designing, s'killful
workmanship and careful finish in
such good qualities at such remark
ably low prices. It's a combination
that is going to make of this a
Involved in this sale are many styles in both plain and fancy ef
fects in drawers.' Every garment has been selected with a view to
pleasing any and every want in this particular kind of garment
The prices mean worth-while avin!?a for vm
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Drawers, fine nainsook, lace and embroidery trimmed, very
full with fitted yoke, for $1.50. $1.25, $1.00, 85c down to
Dainty garments, every one of them every garment an extraor
dinary value at our sale price.
Corset covers made with fly fronts to cover the buttons, peplum to
hold them down, covers made of fine cambric, French long cloth and
sheer nainsook, trimmings of dainty lace edge, beading andtfjrt
ribbon, specialvalues from' 25c to ..!.iJ.0
And very pretty it is. Every style thought out -by designers
husy conjuring dainty underwear for little girls and misses, most of
It very simply trimmed, all very tasteful, every price lower than you -could
make the garment for. . 1
Children's muslin night dresses, t- fr
sizes 2 to 14 years, 42c to $1.UU
Children's drawers, ranging in price TZf
from 10c to OUC
from 29c to
tsh tha rr l(.tv tarlltrtt nf Tlit Arirna will
be (tladly received and published. But
in cuner cuae me lurnuiy ui ino senaer
must be made known, to Insure relia
bility. Written notices must bear Blg-
nuiure anu auureas.j
W. C. T. U. Hears Program. The
Woman's Christian Temperance union
held a meeting yesterday afternoon
in the Sunday school rooms of the
Broadway" Presbyterian church which
was a preliminary pieeling to flower
mission day, June 9. Mrs. J. V. Stew
art, the president, presidednd open
ed the meeting with devoticv Us. The
loiiowing program, was then excellent
ly rendered: .
Vocal solo.... ..'..."A' May Morning"
Violin solo "Minuet". . . .Baccherinni
Miss Frances Rhoads.
. . '. . ; ."Welcome Merry Springtime"
Misses Jtosabolle Stewart and Clark.
riano auet ..... 4. ."Martha"
" , -Misses Purcell. . ;
Recitation . . f . . ;-. ."An Irish Mother"
Miss Henrietta Kinner.;
Refreshments were served follow
ing the program. Flower .mission day
will be observed by the union June 9,
which date is the . birthday of , Miss
Jennie Casseday, the founder of the
flower mission department of' the W.
C. T; U., the date being set by Fran
ces Willard as a memorial, to the
founder. This department observes
flower mission clay in every country
where the union works, the national
organization having especially well es
tablished branches in Mexico and
Japan. On this day the ladies take
bouquets of flowers to the shut-ins,
ihe sick, to the jails and hospitals.
The largest number of bouquets dis
tributed in one day was in Boston,
Mass., when nearly 9,000 wera given
away -to the afflicted.
Daughters of Covenant Tea. The
Daughters of the Covenant of the
First Methodist church held their
quarterly missionary tea last evening
at the home of Mrs. F. K. Rhoads,
1032 Twenty-first street. AVdclicious
course supper was served at C:30 and
was followed by an informal program.
Miss McCarl of Davenport sang sev
eral numbers,- the Misses Mary uick
man and Bessie Beeler played a piano
on the positive guarantee
that if it does not give satis
faction we will . return the
entire amount of money paid
us for it. We mean this
and ask all those who are
sick and need strength to try
it with this understanding.
' HARPER HOUSE PHARMACY.
duet. Miss Frances Rhoads gave a
violin solo and papers on mission
topics were read . by Miss Mamie
Dodge Cook and Miss Ruby Williams.
The meeting was well attended and
a delight ful evening was passed.-
Married - in ,Moline. The marriage
ot Miss Susan E. Walker, only daugh
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Rufiis Walker,
Sr., to Daniel -San ford Smith of New
Rochelle took place last evening at
C:30 at the home of the bride's par
ents, 00 Seventh avenue, Moline.
A company or 100 guests was present
at the ceremony' which was performed
by Rev. Paul Brown of the First Con
gregational church. A reception at
8:30 was' attended by about 350 more
friends. Miss Alma Valker, niece" of
the bride, and WillHttn- Smith,
brother of the- groom, were the at
tendants. The affair Was most elab
orate in all Its appointments.
Successful Coffee at Villa. A coffee
for the benefit of the Villa tie Chantal
was given at the Villa yesterday after
noon by the ladies of the Visitation
guild, the hostesses being the Misses
Fern Altmann, Juia Mcllvain.Teressa
Herlitzka and Mary E. Simpson.. Short
programs of readings and musical
numbers were given at 2 and 4 o'clock
by , the Misses Mary iLuella Jones,
Mary E. Simpson, Josephine : Adams,
Eva Llnihan and Julia Mcllvain
Coffee -and sandwiches were served
and there ,was a candy booth, -fhe
affair was a decided success socially
and financially as 'well., '
- Hollopeter-Wakeland. Rev. H. W.
Reed, at the parsonage of tha First
Baptist church, this morning at 11
o'clock officiated at the marriage of
Miss Lillie M. Wakeland of Joy, 111.,
to David R. Hollopeter of Reynolds,
111. They were attended by Mr. and
Mrs. L. O. Hollopeter, father and moth
er of the groom. Mr. Hollopeter is a
carpenter, and they will make their
home in Reynolds. '
Auxiliary to' Meet. The ladies' aux
iliary of the Humane society will meet
tomorrow afternoon at the home of
Mrs. Elliott, 1121 Sixteenth avenue.
Friends interested in the work of the
ladies will be welcome. v.
Illinois Publishers Meet.
Champaign, 111., May 20. Daily
newspapery proprietors of Illinois
talked shop yesterday at the annual
meeting ot the Illinois Daily News
paper association. Addresses were
made by J. H. Harrison of Danville,
11. M. Hiudell of Peoria. Verne Joy
of Centralia, C. C. Marquis of Bloom
ington and Byron Williams of . Chicago-Garbage
The collection of garbage will be
gin Monday, May IS, 1908. All per
sons are hereby notified to provide
a separate water tight covered me
tallic vessel to be used for garbage
and for no other purpose, as required
by law. RALPH DART, M. D.,
" Commissioner of Hsalth.
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something to strengthen the digestion when food disagrees ; something
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congested conditions,' dispel depression, act mildly on the bowels,
stimulate the liver, increase the red corpuscles in the blood, and
strengthen the functions of the several organs.
For backache, lassitude, low spirits, dizzy spells, weak nerves
and all debilitated conditions, Beecbam's Pills are , -, -
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