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ID AY. MAY 6, 1910.
C33 Bi MOTH'S
Go well dressed.
Before you go, come here for your clothes.
You'll be one of the best dressed men in the
grand stand and a good rooter for the new
M. & K.
You'll find it easy choosing from this
brand new collection of men's and boys' fine
wearing apparel. In this beautiful new store
we've assembled the newest and most fash
ionable suits and haberdashery in the country,,
the products of the best makers. Among the
notable displays of men's apparel are the
M. & K.
Hart Schaffner Marx
A Trio of
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as of style, correctness and sterling worth admirably combined in the showing: of suits.
terns, blues, fancy weave s, browns, Scotch heatner snaaes, Diue segres ana Diacis au
range for selection; every good style.
shirts, underwear, neckties, and what man is there who has no need for one or the oth-
hat" has a soft spot in his
In a fair way to astonish him.
ollection. We did not realize
we found hero when we be
varying effects in latest ap-
a lace crochet stitch. At $1.50
wo colors that give a shot ef-
arl, purple, Jack Rose, Alice
up of neckties, isn't it? And
4fite new neckwear stock.
Men Will Fancy These New
Negligee Shirts and Hats
Have to use the same words to describe them, plain and pleat
ed bosom of printed percales in neat stripes, attached or detached
cuffs, coat style and all the rest of'it.
But the difference comes when a man sees the shirts; they are
just about as ?pringlifle and handsome as the most critical man
can ask for $1.00 and $1.50.'
At 50c A large assortment of men's shirts.
Here you'll find the greatest collection of fashionable head
wear in the tri-cities.
. "Stetson special" $5, M.- K. exclusive agents.
The newest lead shades, ' pearls browns, the newest shapes in
Stetson and other makes
32.00 and $3.50
A new velour hat in black, tan, brown, pearl, the latest thing
for summer $5.00.
The 1M. K. Duplex Suits for
With Two Pairs of Pants
With an extra pair of trousers, your boy will set double ser- -
Hce out of this suit. Duplex suits are all wooi, newest patterns.
aewest grays, browns, fancy mixtures for boys 6 to 17 years $5.00.
The season's newest styles in Flor-'
shelm and M. & K. special models;
oxfords, any shape, any leather,
$3.50 and $5.00
WITH EVERY BOV?S SUIT
H. C. Schaffer, Head
Lav and Order League
KATHER1NE SMITH WINNER
Free Scholarship Her Reward in
Business College Contest.
The free scholarship contest conduct
ed by the Tri-City Business college
was brought to a close last Saturday
night and the name of the winter, of
the first prize was announced today
Miss Katherine Smith, 1228 Third avi
nue, won the first prize, which is a
free scholarship for a course .of . 50
weeks at the college. Some time ago
the officers of the college announced
that to the person who submitted the
greatest number of names of persons
whom they knew in the city and sur
rounding vicinity the above prize would
be given, and to those who submitted
the next larger number of names par
tial scholarships would be given. Miss
Smith submitted the names of 3,761
persons residing in Rock Island and in
the smaller towns around Rock Island.
Together with the -names was given
the correct age and address of each
person. The winners of the other
prizes will be announced later.
SOLICITORS ARE IMPOSTORS
Salvation Army Officer Warn Public
Against Unauthorized Agents.
Reck Island. May 6, 1910 To the
People of Rock Island and Vicinity:
We are informed that ceVtain people
are going around Rock Island and Mo
line soliciting money, clothing, etc.,
in the name of the Salvation Army
They are imposters and have Do right
whatever to solicit anything in th
name of the Salvation Army. Please
nota that our officers were the red
band on their caps and bonnets read
ing "The Salvation Army." This Is
the Salvation Army and the only or
ganization authorized to solicit or col
lect funds or clothing in their name.
Also note our wagon hears the name
of the Salvation Army and the driver
is always supplied with cards reading
"The Salvation Army Relief Depart
ment." We appreciate ' the kindness
shown us in the past and trust It may
continue. in the future. We beg to re
mains yours to serve,
ENSIGN AND MRS. O. CRISLER,
Officers in Charge.
OWL CAR ON BRIDGE LINE
Half Hour Service to Be Afforded
Through Xight After May 15.
A schedule is being prepared by
John G. Huntoon, general superintend
ent of'the Tri-City Railway company,
which will provide an owl car on the
Bridge line, with a half hour service,
commencing May 15. The new ac
quisition will be kept on until the
regular daylight service opens at 5 : 40
In the morning, the last trip of the car
being its arrival here at 5:30 a. n.
Only the service of one car is nece
sary, as with little congestion on the
bridge, it is thought possible to make
the trip In 15 minutes, and a round
trip in 30 minutes. The cars during
the day make the trip one way in 20
Report of Visiting Nurse.
Miss Margaret Giles, the visiting
nurse, reports that, during the past
month she had in her care 38 cases un
der Drs. Williams, Paul, Comegys,
Eyster, Sala, Souders. Ludewig, Soule.
Snively, Ostrom, Bernhardt, Jr., S. B,
Hall, DeSilva, Bradford, and Morgan
and Brown of Davenport, and Ward' of
Moline, and Eddy of Milan. She made
193 calls. She has under her care 19
former patients and 19 new ones, 10
recovered, two died, two sent to St.
Anthony's hospital, one to the county
farm, one given to a trained nurse, one
o a practical nurse, and there are 15
remaining. Donations were received
from the Helpers' circle, King's Daugh
ters; Silver Cross circle, King's Daugh
ters: Baptist Ladles' Aid society, As
sociated Charities, Mrs. . R. R. Cable,
Mrs. H. S. Cable, Mrs. McDonald, Mrs.
Sol Levi, Mrs. Bushnell, Mrs. Ramser,
Mrs. M. M. Sturgeon, Mrs. Herman Ap-
plequist, Mrs. Brough, David Fry, Mrs.
H. D. Mack, S. R. Wright, Mrs. R. S."
Rogers.Mrs. J. S. Gllmore, Mrs. Col
burn, Mrs. Stevens, andMrs. Ehleb.
Not Right Location. ' -
R. C. Smedley, secretary of the T
M. C A., who was In Cordova yester
day looking ovei the ground for the
purpose ot selecting a site foe a sum
mer camp, returned last night. He
stated this morning that he was not
satisfied with the location, and that
other sites would be InvestJsated.
Never hesitate about giving Cham
berlain's Cough Remedy to children.
It contains no opium or other narcotics
and can he given with Implicit confi
dence. As a quick cure for coughs
and colds to which children are sus-
OF LAW LEAGUE
H. C. Schaffer, Ex-Mayor, Ac-
cepts Presidency of New
F. K. RH0ADS SECRETARY
Number of Citizens Discuss Munlci
pal Moral Conditions at Arm
' ory Hall Meeting.
6rganlation of the Rock island Law
and Order league was perfected at a
meeting at Armory hall last evening
by the election of Henry C. Schaffer as
president and F. K. Rhoads as secre
tary and treasurer. Mr. Schaffer was
not present at the meetingbut when
called upon bg a committee at his
home consented to serve.
Mr. Rhoads formerly was connected
with the Central Trust & (Savings
bank, but now has an office In the Rock
Island National bank building, being
employed as representative of the Rob
inson estate interests. Mr. Schaffer,
ai. known, long served as city clerk,
and ifcaa- mayor during 1907-09, .giving
to the cUy possibly the cleanest admin
istration In its history.
At.,; the meeting of the league last
evening there were talks by H. S. Ca
bW, Dr. S. W.' Stewart, F. O. Van ai
der. Dr. F. A. Smith. S. D. Cleland;
Carl Schlllinger and J. H. Cleland, all
touching on the low state In which the
city has been permitted to degenerate
morally and pointing to the need of
- Aa 'Advisor? Committee.
The constitution of the league pro
vides - for an advisory committee of
five members, to act with the officers.
The meeting adjourned to next Thurs
day evening and at that time Mr. Schaf
fer will announce the members of the
advisory committee. The league al
ready has a membership of 150.
FURNISHING NEW ROOMS
Local Moose Lodge Wilt Meet In
Leased Quarters in Two Weeks.
The regular meeting of the Rock Is
land lodge of the Loyal Order of Moose
: bu Get
A Legal Guarantee
YOU have had clothes satisfaction
preached to you ever since you have bought
your own clothes. 3ut did you ever have satisfaction
insured to you with a signed guarantee?
That's what you get in Clothcraft Clothes Guaran
tee- sausiacuon. nn msurwitc
policy signed by the maker that guarantee!
you pure wool, style and shape goes with
your Clothcraft Suit. You take no riak
Wc are the only Clothcraft
tore in town, and are proud of our di
tinction. This is the onlystore in town
where you can get guaranteed all-wool
clothes for no more than you would pay
for common clothes.
All-Wbol Clothes $10 to$25
Our great display of Clothcraft Clothes i now at Its best,
Mo S K.
CLOTHIERS AND FURNISHERS. '
wat dispensed with, this week and a
number of the members of the lodge
accepted the invitation of the Daven
port lodge to attend the stag party
held last evening at the Coliseum, Dav
enport. Preparations are being com
pleted for the furnishing of the suite
of rooms for the lodge which were
leased a week ago in the Illinois thea
tre building. The meeting for next
week has been postponed and a week
later a meeting will be held In the
new rooms and some social function is
being arranged in connection with It
The uniforms for the drill and degree
teams will be here May 15.
State Income Tax Defeated.
Albany, N. Y., May 6. The as
sembly yesterday .refused to adopt a
concurrent resolution reported by the
committee on rules providing for the
appointment of a joint legislative
committee to investigate the feasi
bility of imposing a state tax -upon j
Incomes suitably graduated.
Chief of Police Killed.
Bloomlngton, 111., May 6. Amos
Brown, chief of police of Fairbury.
was shot and killed last night by
Ray Scrlvins, a young man of that
city, whom he sought to arrest. The
trouble arose over a glrL Bcrtrtns
The splendid work of Chamberlain's
Stomach and Liver Tablet is daily
coming to light No such grand rem
edy for li7er and bowel troubles was
ever known before. Thousands bless
them for curing constipation, sick
headache, biliousness. Jaundice and In
digestion. Sold by all druggists.
All the news all the time The
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