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THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS
FRIDAY -MAY 6, 1910.
we strongly advise fans to lay
Down the Base Lines
One of the big hits down the
base lines are those new wash
ties we are selling here at 25
and 50 cents . . . about 50 doz
en new stunts, all cleverest pat
terns, and stunning patterns . .
in a supply now.
New silk half hose at 50 cents has been a regular 'borne run'
smash we've been busy as bees supplying the demand they
are all in newest spring shades all pure silk remember
that and the price 50 cents lots of other styles close
fitting ties knit ties English squares, etc., at
50c to S1.00
New silk half hose at 50 cents has been a regular "home run'
new shapes and all the latest new spring shades hats that '
are right right in style right in quality and right in price "
our hat service is a "hit" you just try it and see we sell
Stetsons, too, and Mosenfelder's Special hats in new styles
2.50 to $5.00
There's a good clothes game going on at Mosenfelder & Sons that is the real attraction now to all fans. We are playing the
game right too all hits and no errors. . ..We're selling Hart, Schaffner & Marx suits Society brand clothes for young
men and Clothcraft clothes as well as other leading makers' brands at winning prices.
New stunning Hart, Schaffner & Marx suits blue serges also Society brand blue serges, at $22 to $28 new Clothcraft
blue serges at $12.50 to $18.00 . . . New rich fashionable "Jungle" browns new silver grays new silver gray mixtures,
new stripes and latest club checks at $15 to $35 ... a wonderful showing of the classiest clothes 'displayed in Rock Island.
No waiting, no delay you simply pick out the garment you admire put it on and wear it right out of the store.
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Every fan needs a "slip-on" raincoat we have 'em all clever now ones the kind you can wear on sunny days as well
as rainy days priced at $5.00 to $7.00. In boys' clothes we are attracting parents from every point of the compass
selling new Norfolk suits extra pants suits Knicker suits double and single breasted suits play suits Russian suits
and scores of other new and classy styles for the youngsters priced at from
Our Home Run Smash is "Your Money Back for the Asking
Every Employe jMust Have a
Batting Average of 1000
in Politeness and Attention.
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We Head the Percentage
Column in the
League of Better Values.
Our lifty Togs are a Real Hit" with All the Fans-Old and Young
Bg. tlie Game Riglit AM
Hits and rw ib
Denied There is Any Political
Significance in Union of
Farmers and Labor.
EFFECTED AT ST. LOUIS
Mutual Preference Given in All Mat
ters Effecting Welfare of
St. Lotiis, May 6. Organized lphor
and organized farmers will work to
gether hereafter in "preserving the
rights and liberties of both classes of
workers," under the provisions of a
resolution unanimously adopted by. the
executive committee of the Farmers'
Educational and Cooperative union.
The affiliation between the Ameri
can Federation of Labor and the Farm
ers' union has been a favorite project
of Samuel Gombers. president of the
American Federation of Labor, and the
adoption of the resolution follows a
four days' conference between Mr.
Gompers, assisted by several labor
leaders, and the farmers' committee.
Text of Resolutions.
The resolution is as follows:
1. As far as the constitution and
charter of the Farmers' union per
mits, we pledge to our fellow work
ers in industrial pursuits our best
efforts to the end that their rights
and liberties, with our own, shall
. be preserved.
2: Our officers are authorized
and directed to confer with bona
fide organized labor organizations
to this end.
3. We pledge ourselves to give
preference to the products of the '
industrial workers -who. manifest
ther intelligence to protect them
selves by organization and urge
reciprocal purchase of products of
4. Our legislative committees
are pledged to cooperate with the
similar officers and committees of
organized labor to secure such re
lief and reformatory legislation as
may be necespa-v to conserve the
rights and freedom to which the
workers as men and citizens are
entitled under the constitution of
the United States.
No Political Slfcnlfleaace.
Officials of the Farmers' union de
clare the affiliation has no political sig
nificance, President E. S. Barrett issu
ing a signed statement to this effect.
President Gompers is elated over the
adoption of the resolution. , .
The Farmers' union ' claims a mem
bership of 3.000,000. Senator R. L.
Owen of Oklahoma was the principal
speaker at last night's session of the
farmers' rata. He sjjoke in favor of
the establishment of a department of
public health at Washington.
Form Model Farm Asnoelatloa.
St. Louis,. May 6. The National
Farm Homes association, having ror
its purposa the colonization of city
dwellers on model farms, was formally
Officers and directors were chosen
at a meeting attended by more than
150 men and women from cities
.Victim of Drink Needs Orrine. 1
Drink cunningly destroys the will
power, anl hile the drunkard wants
to do what you tell him. he wants a
thousand times more the drink that , he
craves. Medical treatment Is neces
sary. - Orrine will destroy the desire for
liquor, so that the drink will not be
missed and restores the patient to
This remedy if thoroughly scientific
and is so uniformly successful that it
Is sold with a registered guarantee to
refund your money if It fails to effect
a cure. Booklet on "How to Cure
Drunkenness" free on request The!
61y Orrine building:.!
ouin m mis cny oy
throughout thw country who are inter
ested in the movement. The officers
President Governor H. S. Hadtcy,
First vice president" Gifford
Pinehot. Washington, D. C
Second vice president Frederick D.
Tucker, St. Louis.
Secretary State Immigration Com
missioner J. H. Curran.
Treasurer Walker Hall. St. Louis.
The directors include Archbishop J.
J. Glennon. Rabbi Leon Harrison nd
Adciphus Busch of St. Louis. Governor
Charles S. Deneen of Illinois, rrenry
Wallace, Des Moines, and Governor
Hughes New York.
The association proposes to capital
ize for $1,0)0,000 and to provide 40
model farms for worthy applicants,
the farms to be conducted under the
supervision of skilled agriculturists.
fire which destroyed 7,000 buildings
at Asroori Tuesday afternoon. Ninety
per cent of the town is in ruins, and
it is impossible even to estimate (he
casualties at this time.
Washington, t). C.
. Jap Town Burns.
Tokio Mav fi. F-fnndrpds of nflrsnn
were Injured and many are reported
missing yesterday as the result of a
SUES EVERBODY IN SIGHT
Hearst Starts Action as Result of
"Calling" by Mayor Gay nor.
New York, May 6. Additional
suits for damages have been brought
by William Randolph Hearst against
various newspaper proprietors, who,
be claims, have injured- him in con
nection with their printed state
ments on the Hearst-Gaynor contro
versy. Adolph Or lis. publisher of
the New York Times, was nerved In
a personal civil suit for $100,000.
This is separate from the $100,000
suit already brought against the
Times. Personal suita for $100,000
damages have been filed against
.Melville E. Stone, general manager
of the Associated Pres; Henry Wat
terson. publisher of the Louisville
Courier-Journal, and Herman Rld
der, publisher of the New York
Staats Zeitung. Suit has been brought
against seven Boston newspapers.
Ail the news all the time THE
Consult your doctor freely ahout meJ'.cal mat'
ten. He knows. Trust him, Jio at he nrys.
I Follow his advice at all times. iff'0;'
All run down, easily tired, thin, pale,
nervous? And do not know what to
tfce ? Then go direct to your doctor.
Aik hfs opinion of Ayer's non-alcoholic
Sarsaparilla. No alcohol, no stimu
larn. A Mood purifier, a nerve tonJc,
a strong a!te.-f:v, an aid to digestion.