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THE ROCK ISIiAOT) ARGUS, HvEDNESDAY, fAY 4, 1910.
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Demonstration Naiad shields
A demonstratpr is now at our department explain
ing the merits of Naiad Dress -Shields. Naiad
Shields have many exclusive points of superiority
that every user of shields should know. Ask to
see the Bolero Shield. First Floor, Center
B & J Brassieres, 50c, $1, 1.50
' B & J Brassieres are perfect bust supporters' and
corset covers combined. They fit snugly over
the bust and back and prevent corset top from
showing, producing a smooth, graceful effect.
Sizes 32 to 43. - -Secoai Floor
BEGINS TOMORROW MORNING, WILL CONTINUE ALL OF NEXT WEEK
While the supremacy of Harned and Von Maur's as a place to , buy Muslin Underwear is
generally conceded, that fact is most strongly emphasized in our great May and January
sales. The best values that experience and quantity-buying were able to produce are of
fered in this May sale. Values that mean, soft, sheer materials, substantial sewing, pretty
laces, and embroideries with good, firm edges that will not fray out in washing; values that
mean garments of refined and tasteful character, intended to give good service, not tawdry
ones, made only for sale purposes... You will appreciate these facts when you examine the
garments.' For the convenience of selection, we have grouped the various garments into
four large lots at 25c, 50c, 75c and 98c. The large assortment at each price will enable ev
ery woman to find styles to please at whichever price she desires to pay.
CORSET COVERS Good,
firm materials, substantially
sewed, properly shaped and
neatly trimmed with laces
and embroideries of good quality. All sizes.
DRAWERS Both open and closed styles;
made of good materials. Some are trimmed
with lace Edging and insertion, others hem
stitching & tucks, also embroidery. All sizes.
CHEMISES Made of good muslin. One
style is finished with one ruffle; another style
in plain. Splendid values at 25c
5 0 c
CORSET COVERS Ten
styles at 50c. Made of nain
- scok, cross-bar dimity & long
cloth, lace & emb. ' trimmed.
- Open or closed, full circular or
umbrella styles. Made of cambric, long cloth,
nainsook, cross-bar dimity; flounces of lace
and embroidery. . ; V
CHEMISES - Long Chemises, lace, trimmed.
GOWNS : Slip-over ,high and V neck styles ;
nainsook and long cloth, lace and embroidery
trimmed. : "
LONG AND SHORT SKIRTS Lace and
embroidery trimmed. Exceptional values, 50c
DRAWERS Open and
closed, circular and umbrella
styles. Cambric, long cloth,
nainsook & cross bar dimity.
GOWNS Excellent assortment of styles
slip-over, high & V neck and Empire effects.
Lace and embroidery yokes.
CORSET. 'COVERS 15 styles; of nainsook,
and long cloth.
CHEMISES Lace and embroidery trimmed.
PETTICOATS Long and short ones, beau
tifully trimmed with laces and embroideries.
CORSET COVERS Beau
tiful styles. Made of sheer
long cloth, cross-bar dimity
and nainsook, trimmed with
lace and embroidery.
GOWNS Exquisite embroideries and laces
have been used in the trimming. Made of nain
sook and long cloth; several styles.
DRAWERS Excellent qualities of cambric,
long cloth and nainsook. Deep flounces of lac
es and embroideries of new design. .
PETTICOATS Either long or short styles; .
deep flounces jof laces and embroideries.
CHEMISES Long styles, daintily trimmed.
$2 white cambric petticoats for $1.39 1 Carefully m for children
These will immeditely appeal to the woman wanting a handsome
white pettjcoat. Not only are the laces and embroideries ot beauti
ful design, but the cambric and long cloth are of a fine sheer qual
' ity. Finished with deep flounces of laces and . embroideries.
Good $2 values, special for this May Sale $1.39.
Corset Covers in a loos style, lace
trimmed, regular 25c value for 19t
Drawers made of good quality mus
lin, ajid finished with hemstitched
flounces. Good fitting styles. At 19J
French Underwear Chemises and
Gown3, daintily embroidered by hand
by the peasants of France.
Chemises, regular $1.25 values,
bpecial In this May sale at 89
Gowns, regular $2.50 values, special
In this May sale for S2.19
Two-piece Combination Suits covers
and drawers and corset covers and
skirts regular-. 98c values TOO
Empire and slip-over Night Gowns,
regular $1.50 values, special, S1.29
Three-piece Combination Suits, regular
$1.50 val., special, May Sale 1.29
Princess Slips, attractive styles and
Qualities, S1.25 upward to S12
La Grecque Tailored Underwear the
favorite underwear with stout women.
Drawers, 50 . upward to $2.25.
Combination Suits, $1.50 to S4.50
Mothers will appreciate the great success that we have met
; with in grouping in this department the best styles produced
in muslin under-garments for the little folks. Mothers are
spared the trouble of making the garments," besides the expense
is less to buy them ready-made at the prices we' offer them.
-Infants' Slips, 29c upward to $10
Infants Slcirts, 39e upward to $4.50
Infants' hand-embroidered Slips, rang
ing from $1.19 upward to $5.95
Infants' hand-embroidered Skirts,
ranging' from $1.19 up to $3.50
Short Dresses for 6 months to 3 year
old tots. 29c up to $3.95
White Dresses for two to five-year old
tots, 65c up to S 6.95
White Wash Coats. 08e to $4.95
-, White Mull Bonnets, 50c up to $1.95
Children's Drawers, 10c up to 75
Children's . Underwaists. one to three
. year sizes, great values lO & 15
Children's Skirts with waists, one to
three year sizes, 10c to $2.50
Children's Skirts with bands, 10 to
MiBses' Skirts. 12 to 16-year sizes,
ranging from 60c up to $2.95
Children's knickerbocker - Drawers,
ranging from the up to 50
Children's Gowns, Mc to $1.25
Charming new styles in tailor'd & lingerie waists Special sale of "Nadia" corsets; new long models
In the present displays, this store has, more firmly than ever, es
tablished its claim to leadership in the wsist business. The - assem
blage of styles, representing the choice productions from a number of
large makers, gives our customers an assortment to select from, im
possible to many stores. Pretty summery effects are featured.
We offer twenty-five different patterns in waists at $1.25. Beau
tiful styles, every one new,, attractively trimmed with lace
and embroidery. All sizes--34 to 44. May Sale Special, $1.25
Middy Waists made of fine white lin
ene and corded pique, trimmed with
blue percale on collars, pockets, cuffs
and ties sailor-Uke in effect. $1.25
"Reed" Tailored Waists "Reed"
stands for the highest achievement in
the making of tailored waists. Sold no
where else. Many new styles S3.00
"Nadia" Corsets represent the highest. type of manufacture in cor
sets to sell at a modest price. "Nadia' Corsets are our own brand,
sold no where else, and before adopting them you may be assured
that we were certain as to their worth and style. These special prices
are offered in order to acquaint a greater number of women with the
merits of "Nadia" Corsets as many will become regular wearers.
Eight styles in the medium and long lengths, and beinz carefully
designed produce the graceful, slender lines now fashionable".
White -batiste, lace trimmed, supporters at front-and sides.
SI. 50 models for SI. 15
S2 models for S1.59
S1.75 models for S1.35
S3 models for S2.29
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' ' nxnrois theatre.
Second ivaoe aad Sixteenth afreet.
May 3 Henry Millar Players la "The
May IS -Henry XV. Savage's "The
May 10 William Collier la. "A Incky
Seeoad avenue, between Nineteenth
and Twentieth, streets. Vaudeville at
3, 8 aad 8:15 p. m. '
Eighteenth street, between First aad
Second avenues. "Vaudeville at 230
aad 8 p. to.
FINE PLAY POORLY DONE.
Henry Miller fell far below promises
in the production of "The Great Di
vide" that he gave to Rocfe Island
theatregoers at the Illinois last even
tag. With the exception of four of
the leading characters, the perform
ance was decidedly amateurish, thus
failing to bring out the play in its full
strength. . Edgar Jongs as "Stephen
Ghent." Ina Brooks as "Ruth Jordan"
and Eleanor Parker as "Polly Jordan"
unra foli rt tiotr posncrt.lve rtlles.
The others of the cast were mediocre.
The attendance was small. .
- SALLIE FISHER STRICfcEN.
Detroit, Mich., May 4. Sallie Fish
er, prima donna in "The Goddess of
Liberty." now playing St the Detroit
opera bouse, Is confined )n rooms at
the Hotel Pontchartraln with an at
tack of appendicitis. She was unable
to appear during the opening perform
ance Monday evening. Attending phy
sicians say the actress is in no im
mediate danger and probably will be
able to resume her role before the end
of the week, but that an operation Is
necessary and must be performed be
fore the patient can expect recovery.
Misa Fisher ha3 decided to be opera
ted on, but has not made up her mlad
when and where, Miss Fisher has
been with "The Goddess of Liberty"
since the piece started itslong run. in
Another high class dramatic star has
been secured for the Majestic theatre,
Chicago, May 9, the same being Ar
nold Daly, who, in spite of or perhaps
in consequence of his temperamental
peculiarities, is one of the most talked
about actors, in America. He will ap
pear in "How She Lied to Her Hus
band." A big new production on the
bill will hJThe Twentieth Century,"
one of Jesse L. Lasky's musical com
edy acts with 24 people and three
elaborate scenes.. The bill further in
cludes Howard & North, the funmakers
who are in a class by themselves; Ar
cadia, the charming violinist; Thurber
& Madison, smart entertainers ; Free
man & Dunham, clever elngers and
dancers; Peterson Bros., novelty ar
tists, and a lot of other skilled specialists.
Neal Institute to Open May 9.
The furniture and fixtures are being
placed In the Neal institute, at 821 Far
nam street, Davenport, Iowa, and Mr.
Edenburn, the manager, says that the
institute will be open and ready for
patients on May 9. Everything In the
institute Is clean, neat and new
The Value of Proprietary Medicine
is proven by the very large percent
age of physicians prescriptions for
same remedies found in every drug
store In America, but as they are
written in Latin, few patients realize
this fact. '
The old standard proprietary med
icines like Lydia E. Pinkham's Vege
table Compound, that have stood the
test of time, deserve a place in every
family medicine chest, and it is most
certain they would not be prescribed
by. physicians if they were able to
devise a formula equally as efficacious.
Rat and Roach Paolo
the guaranteed Exterminator for rats,
mica, cockroaches, waterbugs, etc., etc.
2 ox. box 25c 16 ox. box $1.00.
Money back if it fails.
LOOK for this SIGNATURE
on every box
Today in the IMarkets
. t -ass
Chicago, May 4. Following are the
quotations on the market today:
May, 111!, 111. 110, 111.
July. 104. 104. 103, 103.
September, 102, 102, 101, 101.
Corn. . ' -May..
59, 59. 59. 59. -July,
62. 63, 62, 62 .
September, 63, 64, 63. 63.
May. 41, 41, 41, 41.
July. 40, 40Vi. 40, 40.
September, 38. 38, SS, 38.
May,, closed 22.30. ,
July. 22.00, 22.50, 22.00. 22.47.
September, 22J)0, 22.57, 22.00, 22.50.
' Lard. , :, .
May, 12.80, 13.15, 12.80, 13.12.
July. 12.45. 12.80, 12.45, 12.75. v ,
September, 12.40, 12.72, 12.40, 12.67.
May, 12.37, 12.62, 12.35. 12..
July, 12.25. 12.52. 12.22, 12.52.
September, 12.20, 12.45, 12.20, 12-45.
Receipts today Wheat, 12; cbrn.,74;
oats. 89; hogs, 15,000; cattle, 15,000;
sheep, 12,000. ' " ,: -
Estimated , . receipts Thursday.-
Wheat, 7; corn, 46; oats, 67; bogs, 16,-000.
Hog market opened 6 cents higher, i
Hog left over 2,400. Light, 19.10
9.42; mixed and butchers, J9.109.42;
good heavy, $9.10 9-4 5; rough heavy,
Cattle market opened steady.
Sheep market opened steady. .
Omaha Hogs, 9,500;. cattle. 1,800.
Kansas City Hogs, 10,000,' catue,i
"Hog market closed shade lower than
early. Bulk, $9.309-45; light, $9.15
9.45; mixed and butchers, $9.10 9.25.
Cattle market closed steady.
Sheep market closed steady.
-- Minneapolis Today, 77; last week.
119: last year. 142.
' Duluth Today, 17; last week, 39;
last year, 42.
Liverpool opening cables Wheat
1 to J higher, corn unchanged.
Liverpool closing Wheat to
higher, corn unchanged.
New York StoeXs.
-'New York, May 4. Following are
the quotations on the market today:
tlnion Pacific . ,179
U. S. Steel preferred 119
U. S. Steel common 81
Rock Island preferred".......... 87
Rock Island common 44
Southern Pacific 122
New York Central
Missouri Pacific .
Great Northern . .
Northern Pacific .
L. & N
C. F. I. ..V..
Canadian Pacific .
Illinois Central ..... ..........
Erie ...... ...
Lead ...... ..
C. & O. ..
B. R. 7
B. & O.
Republic Steel common
. 84 -.
1 ..... .
Southern Railway 25
LOCAL MARKET CONDITIONS.
Today's Quotations on Provisions, Live
Stock, Feed and Fusl.
. Rock Island, May 4. Following are
the wholesale prices on the local mar
Live poultry Hens, per pound, 14c
Butter Dairy. 26c; creamery, 31.
Fresh Eggs 21.
Potatoes 30c to 35c
Lard 15c '.
Fsed and Fuel.
Grain Corn, 65-6Sc; oats, 47.
Forage Timothy bay, $15 to $17;
wild hay. $12 to $14; straw, $3.
Coal Lump, per bushel, 15c; slack,
Wood $4.50 per load.
CLARK'S CRUISE OF THE "CLEVELAND'
ISLOOO tons, brsnd mw.
I A supsrbty flttad.
UUI1U ike IVUliL!
tss. mmm a am cast
With Irtor, rHlt roota, vruuutauH
4eat sii iflnat pool '
FROM NEW YORK. OCTOBER 16, 1909
tarty tea, mostk. caMiar 'r S6ftO A.fD CP,
lac)4!ff all seceaaary lxpitf t prtaccly iravel
laf l balmy climaiaa. Aateitalaraaat a, lectures,
card partica. aad ctaaperooaff lor ladlea. .
SPECIAL FEATURES I Madeira, Eoyot,
India, Cartas, Bui ma, Java, Haaaaa, Phi.
ippinss, Japan. An umtaaial ehsnes to visit
vausuaUy attraauw plaoas.
CLARK'S 12 th Anaual CRUISE
r-, Feb. S to April 19 -
SO THE ORIEdi
Br 8. 8. Cross ar Kurfuerst
Sevaatr-tkraday.lacradla(S4 4ar Is Esnaa4
tha Holy Laa4 (wit a aida (rip to Kaaruxtm) coatmc
nly S400.00 aa4 p. laeladlaf aaore escaraUiaa.
SPECIAL rilTCriEtl Madeira. Cadi. SeTllle.
Alrlera, Malta, Coeataatlaeple. Stbaaa. Roma, the
MWr, etc. T4:kera good ta ttop evec la Europe,
taclnde rasaloa Play. etc.
FavAAK O. CLAJBJE. TUaaa BUh Kev Tor.
If. V. Fl'LTOX, Mgr.
Xo, we don't reserve Kcatst. This Is
the houM? of KQUAL1TV, whore the
man with a million must curpt tht
same conditions as jou who have hut
a dime. -
Change of program Monday and
ANY SEAT 10 CENTS.
Performances 3, 8, 0:15. ,
Vaudeville that Cannot F Hrnt In
Any City, at This House This Week.
"A Xlftht on the Iloulcrsnl."
JK)XT MISS HEKIXO IT
New Sale Stable
Horses Bought and Sold.
318 S2d bt. Old riione
Rock IsUnd. I1L