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THE J SLA'N D ARGUS
WEDNESDAY, MAY 12, 1909.
MEET AND TALK OF
Democrats and Friends of V. St.
Moore- Hold Conference on Ue
liulf of Candidate.
' A meeting of - democrats and
friends' of W. R. Moore of Moline,
.candidate dri the democratic ticket
with Judee A. E. Berj?land of Cam
bridge for , circuit Judge, was held
last evening at the Turner hall, and
a' treneriil sentiment that the Judic
ial offices should be filled by non-par-tUan
selections, the two democratic
candidates are receiving much en
couragement from the voters,, irre
spective of .party affiliation.
Sbowrra 'and thuntlrratorniN tonight
ad Ttturadnyi warmer tonight pooler
r ' J. M. SHEIUER, Local Forecaster.
; Temperature at 7 a. m., B4j at 3 p. m
70, laxliuuin temperature In laat , 24
boura, mlnlutuin, 49. Velocity of
YlBd at 7 a. in 10 nillea per hour. Stngr
f water, 9.t feet, a fall of .3 foot In
laat 24 boura. . Precipitation, none.
; Slowly decreasing stages will con
tinue in the Mississippi from below
Dubuque to Muscatine.
, . . .. . Stage. Cling. Preclp.
7.8 (f. I trace
9.1 0.0 ..:
May 12 In American History.
1800- Robert Charles Wlnthrop. dlstln-
... gills hed statesman, born; died 1804.
1804 General James Ewell Brown
, . Stuart ("Jeb". noted Confederate
' cavalryman, died of u wound re
ceived oh the 11th In the action at
18"&-Cntherlne Kstber Beecber. au
thoress, one of the noted Beecher
family, died: born 1800.
1803-UIcbard Henry Stoddard, noted
poet and critic, died; born 1823.
, Astronomical events.
Suii'seta 7:03. rises 4:41; moon rises
1:42 a. m.; 4:37 p. m., moon at last
quarter In constellation Caprlcornus;
Sfl!) p. in., moon in conjunction with
Mars.; im!ns froin Xe$ Q e,lst t tue
."itlyriet.H degrs Boutb. thereof: seen la
j-n'rlV tporujng;. Q a. ni.)'Mirs In quad
iitiire' vyjjlj 'the' sun. 00 .degrees west;
. tjeVIri-ur,v .ylslbJe low. In west
. ju?JtaftejfKUU.set. t
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Kerler & Co. weave rugs.
Buy a home of Reidy Bros.
.Read H. 1C Walker's want ads.
, Til-City Towel Supply company.
For bus and express, Spencer & Trefz
Sand and cement. Mueller Lumber
McCall's June patterns, 10 and 13
cents.- Young & McCombs.
Godfrey's laundry gives green trad
lng stamps. .
McCall's June patterns, 10 and 13
cents. - Young &' McCombs.
-McCall's June patterns, 10 and ;5
cents. "Young & McCombs.'
Lewis' Single Binder straight 5 cent
gar. Made of extra quality tobacco,
. Let Krell & Johnston do your tin
and furnace work. 1316 Third avenue.
II. T. S lemon wants your tin 'and
furnace work. . 152G-152S Fourth ave
Grand opening Thursday evenin
May 13, at Huber's garden, 31CC Fif'h
McCall's magazine, 20 cents a year
with a purchase of one 15 cent pattern
at Young & McCombs.
McCall s magazine, 20 cents a year
with a purchase of one 15 cent pattern
at Young & McCombs.
Hot days reminds one they need ice.
Call old phone 591, hew C171. Rock
well Ice & Fuel conipany.
McCall's June fashion sheets fre.;
McCall'B June patterns. .10 and 15
cents. Young & McCombs.
McCall's June fashion sheets fre-?
McCall's June patterns. 10 and
cents. Young & McCombs.
McCall's June fashion sheets free
McCall s June patterns, 10 and 15
cents. . Young & McCombs.
Hair dress given with each sham
poo all this week at Mrs. V. B. Ben
nage And 'daughter's hair dressing
parlors. 1827 Second avenue. Old
The ladies of the Memorial Christian
church will hold a sale of home cook
Ing, including, salads, meat loaves.
baked beans, etc., Saturday at Adani3'
Bad Attack of Dysentery Cared.
"An honored citizen of this town
was suffering from a sevwe attack of
. dysentery. He told a friend if he
could obtain a bottle of Chamberlain's
Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy,
he felt confident of being cured, he
i having I'sed thl3 remedy in the west
He was told that I kept it in stock
and lost no time in obtaining It, and
was promptly cured. says M. J
Leach, druggist-.ot Wolcott, Vt. For
The uncomfortably-corseted woman does not enjoy
a good figure in any sense of the word. In addition to
the discomforts involved, a tightly-laced figure presents
the appearance of being dressed-up," not well-dressed.
Millions "of fashionable wpmen know from actual
experience that the CBa la Splrlte Corset imparts to any
form a graceful and symmetrical contour without a sug
gestion of physical distress or artificial appearance.
Special Demonstration. The C-B a la
Spirite enables you to dress in the height of fashion, without a
sacrifice of either health or happiness.
C-B a la Spirite corsets are $100 to
$3.50. Dressmakers approve of these famous corsets ' Full
double boned corsets fur $l.f0 and $?.5() made especially for
stout figures. Women who are particular about the fit of their
corsets should see the C-l la Spirite corsets before choosing.
The tardy arrival of warm weather has
delayed the sale? of light 'weight nndewcar until we have been
uble to secure a batalli.m of bargains not thought possible earlier
in the seson. These 3 011 may have as fast as you want them.'
Knit underwear direct from the rhills.
900 dozen men's, women's rnd children's knit summer un
derwear just received direct from the mills. Xolice the few
pointers from this immense slock.'
Ladies hand finished lisle thread vests, lace and crochet
trimmed, no better values at ".5c, this lot only 50.
Ladies' plain silk mercerized lisle thread vests, jersey ribbed,
usual; price ;W)e, this lot only 37c .
Ladies' lisle thread pants, cuff knee, lace trimmed, umbrella
style, the best values per pair, 50c
40 dozen ledies' umbrella pants, lace trimmed, special value
in this lot. per pair. 25c. " "
Ladies' Jersey ribbed vests, fancv crochet yoke. ISc.
Indies' hand finished union suits, in silk lisle and . pure -bleached
thread; lare trimmed and ruff stvle, a great assortment,
$1.75, $1.50, $1.5, $1.00 75c end 50c.
Men's pure spun lisle thread shirts and drawers, bleached
and. Egyptian colors, great value at $1.00, for this lot, each 72c.
, .Men's fine Egyptian balbriggan shirts, long or short sleeves,
drawers, double seat ard reiu.'orced. while they last. 50c.
Men's balbriggan shirts and drawers, long or short sleeves,
drawers, double seat., this lot'25c.
, Men's fine spun lisle thread union suits, only 10 dozen in
this lot. per suit, $1.25.
"Men's fine" Meco union suits, $1.
Men's Athletic union suits, sleeveless, knee length! the great
est comfort for hot weather, unusual price, $1.50, this lot per
Timely Graduation Suggestions
' Watches, Diamonds, Brooch-
. es, Hingis, Cold Clocks, Water
man's Fountain Tens, Sterling,
Silver Novelties, all at your dis
posal, we invite you to inspect
for future purchase. ...
Watches Young nien's gold
filled op'en face" and hunting caset',
21 jeweled movement, thin model,',
best known American make,: fit
ted in ' 25 year c,ase, -special for
-. graduation, $JU.. '
20 year case with 15 and 17 jeweled works from $20. to $15
Clocks Gold plated, guaranteed movements, a suitable "gift
for the dresser or library from $125 to $6. Over 50 designs.
Diamonds. Ladies' genuine diamond set jn 1-t Ivt. mount
ing, hand chased at $8.00, $12.00, $16.00 and $25. .
Lager stones set in Tiffany or Belcher mountings from $25
to $100, .all guaranteed perfect in' quality and cut'.- '
Sterling Silver Souvenir Spoons. Our special High School
spoon, building-raised in bowl at $1.25, sterling silver; heavier
spoons, same design at $1.50 and $2.00. Over 200 patterns in
spoons for jgifts, at 58c to $3.00 eaeh. Expert engraving free of
charge.. " ' , . ; ''. . ..
Hosiery Bargains for Thursday -
N advantageous purchase of women s hosiery ftom a big
dealer should attract a lot of hosiery buyers. In this lot
we note two' very special. leaders: 'i - V
' Women's handsome lace lisle hose in both black and tan
shades, boot and allover designs, the regular. 50c; grade, for, per,
pair, 33c. '; - -- : . ; -j-
i Women's seamless tan hose, the 10c kind, for 6c.
Many others equally as ; good, values .will, be shown in our
hosiery section! - . " , - '- ; . f .; r .,, t
" a. mM fine brown
muslins, 10 vards for
Thursday at 2:30
p. m., choice light
calicoes, yard 3fc.
The liberal response to our announceriients of the past
few weeks convinces us that we are showing the mosK correct, and wanted
spring stuffs, furnishings and merchandise to be' found anywhere even the. most
expectant find the values better than they anticipated. The constant broadening
of our sales encourages us to more largely increase assortments. ' ' Mt
Clpse buying arid close pricing have never before been more keenly adhered
to, and the superior values offered at this store are making history all its own.
The Queen of the May, After All, Is Real
ly the Sweet Girl Graduate. And the"Question of the Hour'' is what
to wear? It is simple enough, easy of solution and pleasantly so by spending! a" few
hours at McCabe's. Way last January .'and l'cbruary our dress and costume buyer had
this graduation i:i mind and laid the plans with skillful designers for a most beautiful
display of dresses for graduates and for any "others who w ant a dainty, filmy white
dress for the little trouble of the coming in and trying on. The variety is such .that
description almost impossible. We note several FOUR STYLES OF WHITE'
DRESSES ARE PRICED AT $10.
Convent mull, made princess and trimmed with fine Val. lace in many rows.
Fine lawn with broad and narrow tucks, alternating in effective combination, mous
quetaire sleeves. - -
. Persian lawn one piece dresses with vertical bands of lace-skirt with new style flounce
Sheer lawn lingerie dresses trimmed with many yards of Val. in geometric designs.
These four styles made with the utmost care, each one looks $18.00 worth we re
peat it, $18.00 worth of dress effect for $10.
' One more eexample. -"'- , -..
Dresses of filmy Persian lawn. Princess modci, made with narrow vertical tucks in
panels and trimmed with row after row of exquisite baby Irish lace priced only $14.75.
Our extensive showing covers a price range from$o,P0 to $22.50.
Sufficient to meet the possibilities of almost every taste! .
Fads of Fashion
Very wide '.Jet bracelets and very
heavy are seen In the leading stores.
Searge" makes the most popular of
all run . around frocks. . -
. ' - T- .
k Women's smartest footwear, con
tinues with the high heels, but many
leaders cf fashion are striving to
make the lower heel more popular.
The Regis., the C. n. and the Bon
Ton corsets are ranked as the fash
ionable American corsets for the la
test costumes. , .
For golfing, tennis, motoring, driv
ing and .other summer. i versions, as
well as for moruing and general wear,
the chamois gloves are almost in
dispensable. With the approach of summer there
Is notably a growing demand for ex
quisite xleslgna in beautiful novelty
handkerchiefs. The Appenzell,. Ma
deria, Armenian and French and Irish
hand embroidered being In unusual
Cabochans with jewel centers and
of brilliants are seen on many of
the smnue&t hats. .
For morning wear the chamois and
Castor gloves are the rage here, as
well as In Paris. " .
The newest colors for gloves are
champaign. "Chevelure". . (hair brown)
and the lighter shades of brown. -
Remnant Days Among
Laces and Embroideries
. A Dollar's. Worth for 50c.
WITH busy days and special sales
we have a large accumulation of
short lengths to dispose of.
Real and imitation linen torchons,
Valencinnes, Armenian narrow handker
chief edges, real and imitation cluney, all
over laces and nets and tuckings, black
silk "Venice bands, etc., etc.. short
leifgths of embroideries of all kinds, all
overs, waisLngs, corset covers, flounc
ings.: edges and insertions marked re
gardless of value THURSDAY AND
FRIDAY AT JUST HALF. '
Beautify your home for
little money. Full ' widtr! and
length, lock-stitched edge lace curtains,
latest design. Should sell for $1.75 to
$2.00 per pair, Thursday morning at 9
o'clock, your choice of 15 patterns, sold
singly, 50c each.
Best quality 38 inch silkolines in flor
al patterns, for screen fillings, summer
comforters, shelf draperies, etc., your
choice of 50 patterns, Thursday all day
Bed pillows, covered with fancy tick
ing, good for porch and hammock use
Thursday all day, each 42c.
Colored Etamines for full or half
length sash curtains, 40 inches wide 15
patterns, priced Thursday all day 20c yd
Bandeaux, Fancy Combs;
etc. A complete showing of the
best 'novelties for ornaments and
decoration. Shell bandeaux in
many designs, plain and gold
traced and mounted 25c to $4.25
Metal bandeaux, much in de
mandmounted with pearls,
brilliants, amethysts, etc, 25c
to $3.42. -
Jet combs and ornaments, the
height of style very handsome
patterns, 45c to. $2.25.
Barrettes in Shell, Amber,
Pearl and jet, many - beautiful
new designs, clmosing from a
large variety 10c to $6.00.
Motion Section, Main Floor.
Special Tailored Sints for
Many Women of Many Wishes. These "fine
Tailored suits are better than
their prices would usually buy,
by just-the amount of our eager
ness to part with them. With
space far too small for our ever
increasing Coat and Suit business
and the summer crowding the
spring, we need the suit space.
. Here are' handsome striped
suitings, shepherd's checks, satin
finished materials and serges
models are those of most success
ful suits, simple yet dressy styles
coats; in, varying lengths,
straigth or fitted lines so that
every choice is met in one model
or .another. . And our desire to
sell is exemplified in these con
Suits that are $10 and $12.50
are now marked $5.00.
Correcely modeled suits that
proved so attractive at $16.50 to
$20.00 are now $12.50.
. You'll look "long and far to
match the handsome $-i2.50 and
20.00 suits wc have marked at
' " For the most fastidious there are some beautiful $30.00 to
$45 suits now to be sold at $25.
If you help us make the room we need so much, there's
a handsome saving for you. . . ,
Wedding Gifts in Cu( Glass. Wfiat-
cVt-r ones limit in price, a satisfactory selection cart be made
from this most '.comprehensive stock. The items below indi
cate trre range of moderate prices.. The list contains many
other items of elaborate cutting.
, Cut glass jugs and tankards, in assorted designs and sizes,
$10.00 to $3.75.
Fourteen-piece punch set, elaborate, rich, allover cutting,
7, 8 and 9 inch bowls, in a wide range of patterns, $2.75
to $10. -
Tumblers, about twenty designs of cutting at $3 to $15
dozen. , 1 '. 'c '
Footed fern dishes with silver tray, $2.50 to $7.50
5 and 6 inch bon bons and nappies very special at 95c.
Indestructo Trunks '
We are , sole agents . for
this celebrated trunk, made of
laminated hard wood veneer,
hardwood runners, steel cor
ners and shoes.
Different styles for men
and women, also steamer
styles, every trunk warranted for 5 years,
trunks range at $30.00, $27.00, $23, and $20
it r II ll!
Prices ori these
Screen Doors and Windows
Lawn Mowers. For Thursday and Friday
a special sale of 100 high grade Lawn Mowers at very
attractive price's. Actually worth $3.50 to $12.00 at
$8.50, $7.50, $4.85, $150 and $1.97.
A few warm days and the flies will be here with a rush
be prepared. Solid panel screen doors complete with fix
tures, all sizes, $3. .
High class screen doors, varnished frames, complete, with .
Good screen doors, stained frame, best wire covered 75c.
. Screen enamel paint, black or green, in quart cans, the
best that's -made 59c.
Fly proof window screens, adjustable to any window, best
wire covered hard wood frames at 39c, 30c and 19c.
m .mTHsaifTsi ram
Saturday 1 ::Grt :
aSro; Tradinsf Stamos Free for Each Book
M Visit the . Premium
& Parlors, batety Build-
g ing, 1 8th Street, ; and
see the hundreds of
? useful arid valcable
premiums that are giv
en in exchange" for the
S. & H. Green Trading
$1.00 Worth of
-eal by all druggists. I