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THE KUCK ISLA: ARGUS, MOXDAT, AUGUST 8. 1910. -
asasi5THE LID IS OFF FOR THE ENTIRE RiONTH---8
COME TO HEADQUARTERS
For Ycur Home Outfitting. Grasp This Opportunity. BARGAINS GALORE
IN OUR AUGUST SALE
A Great Mistake is Often Made in Not Looking Around
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Celebrate Golden Anniversary.
)r. and Mrs. Robert G. Pearce Sat
urday celebrated the golden anniver
sary of their marriage, and the day
was fittingly observed at their home,
727 Nineteenth street. The members
of the immediate family gathered at
the parental home Saturday morning
and at noon a sumptuous dinner was
served, those privileged to attend be- j ing in honor of Mrs. E. M. Johnson
ing Miss Iva Pearee. Dr. and Mrs. R. i and daughter, Mabel, who leave this
M. Pearce, Mr and Mrs. E. II. Stapp, j week for several months' stay in
Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Pearce of this city, I Canada and Mrs. Johnson's old home
and Mrs. Chandler of Chicago, and the I n Vermont. They expect-to visit
grandchildren, Robert E. Pearce, son other New England cities,
of Dr. and Mrs Robert M. Pearce, Es- I Music and refreshments were in
: oraer. alter wnicn .Mrs. an tiorn in
behalf of the circle, presented Mrs.
succeeding the late Walter Johnson, in
which position he has remained ever
In Honor of Mrs. E. M. Johnson.
The ladies of the Colonel Bracket
circle of the G. A. R. with friends
to about 4 0 in number, gathered at
the home of Mrs. Van Horn. 915
Fifteenth street, last Saturday even-
Before you decide as to your purchase take the hint, get our prices. No matter what you
want we have it at a saving that can not be duplicated in the Tri-Cities. The big store can not
be undersold on goods of like qualitv. Compare the quality then compare our prices with those asked elsewhere; you'll be con- 'if
i; vinced, very quickly, it pays to trade -at Holbrook's Big Busy Store. Note a few specials taken at random in this big August Sale. Now 1
in full Waet'if e intt pnmmftti roTs Vio matps rnin'mrvn Hnllfl.rs .Tnct. rnmrnnti sensft RP.trs trmr vmir linmA mitfit.inopc sif TTrvlVyrnle on1 5
b save on each and every article. It pays to trade at the big store; get the habit.
ther and Richard Pearce. children of
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Pearce, Freder
ick and Catherine, children of Mr. and
Mrs. E. H. Stapp.
Between the hours of 4 and 10 there
was open house, and friends of the ven
erable couple were welcomed. During
that time about 200 tri-city friends
called to offer their congratulations
and best wishes, the friends being re
ceived by Dr. and Mrs. Pearce. Tele
grams and congratulations were re
ceived from those unable to be present,
and cablegrams came from those in
foreign countries who were with them
in spirit. Among the guests was a del
egation of parishioners from the South
Moline Methodist church, of which con
gregation Dr. Pearce was pas-tor at one
time, and who presented him with a
purse of gold coins.
The house was decorated in gold and
white, great bunches of golden glow
being used in carrying out the golden
color. Light refreshments were served
in the dining room, Miss MIlHcent
Spencer the Misses Wiley, Hubbard
and Dorothy Stevens serving, and Miss
Johnson with a handsome solid gold
Celebrate Birthday Anniversary.
A company of about 75 friends
carried out a pleasant .surprise on
Mrs. Olla Johanson at her home
west of Milan yesterday afternoon
in honor of her 4 4 th birthday anni
versary. The afternoon and even
ing was spent in a very pleasant so
cial way and at supper time re
freshments were served.
Queen Ksther Guild.
The Queen Esther guild of the
.Memorial Christian church will hold
their regular monthly business meet
ing tomorrow evening at the home
of Mrs. E. H. Pietcher, 1100 Four
Spend Day at Camp.
The Phi Epsilon Phi sorority, who
are spending a few weeks at Camp
Poco, near Barstow, entertained a
party of friends and relatives at the
camp yesterday. They came with
Special Showing in Domestic Rugs
Our showing of personally selected Domestic Rugs
is bigger and more creditable than ever, every rug
selected in recognition of the requirements of Tri
City Rug Buyers, who enjoy, by the way, and justly,
the reputation of being the most discriminating and
best posted rug critics in the country.
Realizing this, and
with the desire of
securing your rug
business you'll find
every r; is marked
on the very small
est possible mar
gin of profit basis
and no dviati
from these figures
made to anyone
der any circu
gust Sale. j&Mp?
109-111 EAST SECOSD STREET
WHERE THE GOOD THISGS CO-HE FROM
1910's Greatest Mattress Six-rial
$8.50 genuine felt mattress, cov
ered with excellent ticking, full
size, weighs 45 lbs. These are
mattresses filled with genuine
felt and are not merely styled
bo by courtesy, as some sold
elsewhere and called cenulne felt.
BEST BODY BRUSSELS RUG Made room
size, 8-8x10-6; suitable for all purposes; are
ell new. extra heavy grade, handsome de
signs, all tbls season's
A WOXDERFFL TALFE IN A niGH GRADE
AXMI.STER RFG FOR PARLOR USE The
deep, rich coloring combined in Axminster
Rugs lend an effect found In no other make;
the deep heavy pile, making a perfect combination that har
monizes with most any surronndfngs; made of selected worsted
yarns; come In floral and medallion patterns making an ideal
parlor rug. Size 9x12. Specially priced CIO 7
for August sale ) I O J
A SPLENDID V ALI'E IN A LOW PRICED
9x12 BRUSSELS RUG This erade is some
thing new in this season's AVcaiej a bixh
grade, full eight vire Brussels mir. care
fully woven from selected worsted yarns and Mill g1e perfect
satisfaction and hard wear. Come in handsome designs and
beautiful colorlnirs. At this price are wonderful
values. Size 9x12 ,
Marion Dauber assisting in the rooms.
T . . . 1 T T 1 . . . . .1 -J i
, u baskets fiHed with good things from
wim a large, euiuoraieij uecoraieu
take from friends who attended the
L'5rh anniversary of their wedding cel
ebrated 25 years ago when Dr. Pearce apt nflTC CPID CHPIADI C
o i Ln i u i ir 1 1 ouulnuul-i
i home and
a very pleasant day was
& I Mi
Similar to cut; mas
sive frame, of solid
oak, deeply tufted, im
itation Boston leath
er, equal in wearing
qualities to genuine
leather; has perfect
Tr - Tm HANDSOME TERN-
Verms Martin ,s martin brass
trimmed bed made
of chiMes steel tub
ing, equal to any
$35 brass bed in ap
with French Vernis
warranted not to
tarnish or turn
SOME EXCEPTIONAL VAIXES IX SEE-
all-over and Oriental puttem. This frrade
ruar Is made of carefully selected Tarns close-
ly woven; has heavy nap, rich in coloring and handsome de- "
slirns; full 9x12 size, while
Magnificent 6ft. Extension Table
Is made throughout of selected
solid oak, finished in rich gold
en color, highly polished, show
ing a beautiful full rich flaking.
Briefly, a high clasB table at the
price. Remarkable value at
METAL BED AUG
We carry the most
ment in the tri-clt-les
styles and designs
from the cheapest
to the best, finished
in best grade of
enamel. CO 07
Sale price 4001
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$13.00 Boston leather couches, heavily
carved friune, full steel construction.
claw feet, at our price absolutely tho
greatest bargain of its kind CO 7C
ever offered, quality is O. K. . . .3J 1 cl
!r .$15.87 J?
h til R7 if
This handsome Dresser la a kind to
demand attention of those wanttug
U'all hnl It niA v-f rti ml r nm -
U A l i K. rt vs 7 VI. a U 1 v .
etruction. material anA finish r of t
the best and can be had either
quarter oak or mahogany ven
$22.50 dresser, either
finish, for . .
$20 Chiffonier, eithe
finish, for f nui x
5S535iZss!a- Important Bargains for Every Household lgrVvsAArAr;
was pastor of the First Methodist j
church. The cake was decorated in j
white and gold, the initials "E" for i
Ewing, the maiden name of the bride J
". years ago. ana f lor tne groom,
sociable the best of several that have
been given. The following have been
appointed-to solicit for funds for car
rying on the affair: Frank Meenan,
David Fitzcrerald. Pearce Kane. James
The men of the parish of the Sacred i Lyons. Frank Meenan. Jr., C. M. Gan-
Men of Sacred Heart Parish Will Don
Aprons Aug. IS.
eltr ffirrk in llj? (City (Eltnrrfjfs
and the dates 1SC0 and 1910 decorating 1 1 It-art church will hold their annual so jnni.
the top of the cake, while on either
side were five-dollar gold pieces.
The marriage of Mr. and Mrs. Pearce
took place at Pontiac, 111., Aug. 6,
1 S;o, Rev. Mr. Whittemore of the
Methodist church officiating. All the
living children were present at the cel
ebration. Dr. Pearce was ordained at
Kewanee, 111., in 1So9, and his first
charge was in the Grand Rapids circuit.
Following this he was given the New
Michigan circuit, hi
c:able on the church lawn Aug. IS in the 'Gtorge Caufiekl. An orchestra will be
evening. All arrangements have been j secured to render a fitting program for
irade and the men hope to make the! li e occasion.
NEW REGULATIONS GOVERNING USE
OF THE ROCK ISLAND BRIDGES
Brigadier General William Crozier,
first pastorate be- j chief of ordnance, has recently promul-
ing at Shenandoah, and following this he j gated a new set of regulations covering
served the following churches: I.ex
ir.gton. Pleasant Hill, Pekin, Washing
ton, Wenona, Dwight and Fairbury. He
was then for four years presiding elder
of the Or.arga district and resided at
Or.arga. Following this his charges
were: Peoria, Galesburg. Monmouth,
Rock Island. Normal and Macomb, be
ing then returned the second time to
Monmouth, Kewanee, Aledo and South
Mo'ine. He never held a charge in
iny but the central Illinois conference.
Dr. Pearce retired from the ministry
In 1S95, and after taking a rest of a
year or two he 4ook the South Moline
permit this work longer and he ac
repted the federal position of surveyor
cf customs of the port of Rock Island,
the use of the government bridges at
Rock Island arsenal to take the place
of the old regulations, which had be
come obsolete. The new regulations
Broadway Presbyterian. The Helen
William Fee, John McCarthy and i -NU11S circle win meet tomorrow morn
ing at 10:30 at the home of Miss Ethel
Wilson, 2416 Eighth avenue.
The regular monthly meeting of
Ruth's band will be held Wednesday
morning at 9:30 in Long View park at
Eighteenth avenue and Sixteenth
j street. An interesting program has
' heen arranged and members and
I friends are invited to be present.
' 1- . . 1 1 . 1 1 V. HPn..i.nn 1.
OIUMIIU lilt; wtdilici Uf uuidvui a ui-r
meeting will be held at the home of
Mrs William Stewart on Sixteenth
be punished to the
shall, in addition
extent of the law.
15. No interference with or obstruc
tion of workmen on the bridges will be j
permitted, ana any person who shall j
assault resist f-r aliinc tlin minrrt nn !
hc bridges, for or while in the dis- I and ,he r'lIar Pra'er services will be
chai ce of Ihoir rli.tv l,f.s,lps 11C.W ! I!,'ul eveuuig ai , . 10
street near Eighteenth avenue.
South Park. Junior services will be
held tomorrow afternoon at 3 o'clock.
punished to the extent of the law, shall !
1. The jurisdiction of the United thereafter be excluded from the
States extends over the bridges and
island from shore to shore, and all
travel and trarfic over the same must
be subordinate to the rights of tho
2. Eoads of hay, straw of other ma
terial of such a bulk as to interfere
Central Presbyterian. An ice cream
sociable will be held Wednesday even-
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It; Fse nf the bridges hv tho n,,),. , inS at sixieenm sireet. coi.uuc-eu
lie may be temporarily restricted or
suspended at any time by the com
manding officer of Rock Island arsenal,
when necessary repairs or the interest
of the public service may demand it.
The commanding officer of Rock
Finally his health would not with the passage of other vehicles or ' Island arsenal shall enforce these
' under the auspices of the Sunday
! v. i
A program will be held Friday even
ing for the general public on the new
church lot. Fourteenth street and
Tenth avenue. The program will con
sist of a band concert by the Bleuer
Ai!l a Sure One.
The lio.ly Jes Not" Feel Heat
Unpleasantly if it Has
pedestrians In any way, or which might j ulations at all times, and is empowered j and. the reading of a historical pape:
injure the superstructures, will not be
or cross the
allowed to enter upon
bridges at any time.
3. Droves of live stock will not be
allowed to enter upon the bridges.
! 4. Explosives and other articles
I which might injure the bridges, per
i sons, vehicles, or traffic, shall not be
I brought upon or taken across the
bridges, except in the service of the j
United States. j Licenses to Wed.
5. No processions, except funerals, Jc sse Anderson Lafayette, 111.
nor military organizations of any kind. Miss Irene Salisbury Lafayette, 111.
will be allowed to come upon or cross j
the bridges, except by previous special
to exclude from the use of the bridges, ! filing of the laying of the corner
stone or tne old Central iTesoyierian
edifice. The corner stone which was
at his discretion, all persons who shall
violate any of them.
1. Porsons who shall commit crimes
on the bridges or on the island will be
arrested and confined in the arsenal
guard house for the purpose of deliver
ing them into the custody of the offi
cjrs of the civil law.
j consent of the commanding officer of
I the Rock Island arsenal.
; C. Crowds of people are prohibited
from collecting upon the bridges.
People can live in a temperature j 7. No person is allowed to fish from
which feels from ten to twenty de-J the bridges.
sri-ts cooler than their neighbors en-i s. No persons, except officers and
Toy. by regulating the diet. jsniards in the discharge of their dutv.
Plan i.; to avoid meat entire-, are allowed to obstruct or in any way j
iy for breakfast: uae a goodly al- j interfere with the passage of persons i
:o-.van.-o of iM:it, either fresh or : or vehicles over the bridges.
icoked. Then follow with a saucer; 9 Xo persons, except officers and j
'ontiiiitir.. about four heaping tea-! ,iarda in thp nerfnrmanee of their!
duty, are allowed to discharge fire- j
arms from the bridges. j
10. All drunken and disorderly per- j
sons and loiterers shall be kept off the
"1 T" 1 "I troe
i.y i ins sr-ieeiion or rooci tne ooa-1
i'.y energy is preserved, while the hot, i
carbonaceous foods have been left I
spoon fills of Grape-Nuts, treated
in. ti iiiiiL i iuii 1 1 1. am. nun lu Liiia
iiboui two slices of crisp toast with.
:i mnoir.'-r :il'ft:inr rif 1-mttnr anH rrt i
eu; of '.veil-r.iade Postuin. i
out. The result is a very marked
difference in the temperature of the
body, and to this comfortable condi
tion ir added the certainty of easy
and peroct digestion, for the food
being partially pre-d:gested. is quick
ly assimilated by the digestive machinery.
11. Any hack or line of hacks, or au
tomobiles using the bridges and avenue
shall be excluded from this privilege if
they carry drunken or disorderly per
sons, or violate these regulations.
12. Racing or careless driving on
the avenue between the bridges is pro
hibited. 13. No one is allowed to drive on
the bridges at a speed in excess of 12
Experience and experiment in j miles per hour, nor to pass any other
food, and its application to the hu-1 vehicle proceeding in the same direc
man body has brought out these I tion.
facts. They can be made use of and U- Anv person who shall by care-
add materially to the comfort of the j lessness cause any defacement or in-
Read the little book. "The Road
to Wellville," in pkgs. "There's e
jury to the bridges shall thereafter be
excluded from the use of the same;
and any person who shall .maliciously
cause any suci defacement or injury, ;&ojQGCSyxXKneo:
Is enjoyed when you visit
Math's and coolly proceed to
refrigerate your larynx with
some of our rich and delicious
ice cream, fruit ice and ice
cream soda water in all flavors.
Here's where you can "wallow
in December'ssnow while think
ing of fantastic summer heat."
Bring your best girl along and
the reaction of the cold oa her
--st will be a warm place in
171E-1713 Second Avenue.
unearthed last week will be opened and
the contents will be made known. Dr.
C. D. Boving, D. D., will be one of the
speakers. Refreshments will be serv
ed. The complete program for the ev
ening will be published Wednesday ev
ening. Spencer Memorial. The monthly
business and social meeting of the Ep
worth league will be held this evening
at 8 o'clock at the church.
The bible study class will meet to
morrow evening at 7:30 at the church.
The Woman's Home Missionary so
ciety will meet at the home of Mrs. G.
W. Saville. 828 Forty-fourth street.
Thursday afternoon at 2:30.
Mid-week prayer services will be held
Thursday evening at 7:3. A business
meeting of the Sunday school board
will be held immediately after prayer
The choir will meet Friday evening
First Methodist. The Daughters of
the Covenant will meet tonight at the
home of Miss Ina Stone, 1010 Twenty
third street. The meeting will be held
on the porch.
Mid-week- prayer services will be held
Wednesday evening at 7:30. J. T.
Noftsker will be the leader.
First Baptist. Mid-week prayer ser
vices will be held Wednesday evening
The members of the Sunday school
will leave the church at 10 o'clock
Thursday morning for the Watch Tow
er, where they will enjoy their annual
Memorial Christian Tomorrow even
ing at 8 o'clock the Queen Esther circle
will meet with Mrs. E. H. Pietcher,
J100 Fourteenth street.
Wednesday afternoon the Ladies'
Aid society will meet at the Second
Prayer meeting will be held Wednes
day evening at 7:30.
Thursday evening at 8 o'clock the
Young Ladies' Mission circle will meet
with Miss Cora Akers, 1134 Third ave
nue. The choir will meet for rehearsal
Thursday evening at 7:30 at the
Grace English Lutheran. The For
ward society will meet. this evening at
the home of the Misses Ruth and Effie
Johnson, Seventeenth street and
Twelfth avenue, Moline.
Prayer services will be held Wednes
day evening at S o'clock.
Edgewood Baptist. Prayer services
will be held Wednesday evening at
The meeting of the Ladies' Aid so
ciety will be held Friday afternoon at
the home of Mrs. Frank Nelson, 810
The choir will meet for rehearsal
Aiken Street Chapel. The Ladies'
Sewing society will meet Wednesday
afternoon at the home of Mrs. Michael
Bollman. 559 Hendricks street. South
Today in the IMarkets
Chicago, Aug. 8. Following are the
Quotations on the markets today:
September, 101. 102, 101, 101 Vi.
December, 104, 105, 104, 104i.
May, 108, 109V4, 108. 1094.
September, 62, 63 Vi, 62, 63.
December, 59, 60 H, 59 , 60.
May, 61 Vs. 62. 61 , 61.
September, 36V. 36, 36. 36.
December, SSVi, 38Vi, 38, 38Vs.
May. 40, 40, 40, 40.
September. 21.27. 21.40, 21.15, 21.17.
January, 18.10, 18.12, 17.92, 17.92.
September, 11.50, 11.52, 11.45, 11.45.
October, 11.40. 11.45. 11.35, 11.35.
January, 10.37, 10.37. 10.32, 10.35.
September, 11.35, 11.37, 11.27. 11.27.
October, 10.95, 10.97, 10.85. 10.S5.
January, 9.42, 9.42. 9.35, 9.37.
Receipts today Wheat 471. corn 166,
oats 245. hogs 23,000, cattle 23,000,
Estimated receipts Tuesday Hogs
Hog market opened steady. Hogs
left over 1.900. Light 8.308.85, mix
ed and butchers 7.65;g8.65. good heavy
7.308.25. rough heavy 7.30 7.50.
Cattle market opened 10c higher.
Sheep market opened steady.
Hogs at Omaha 2,100, cattle 8,000.
Hogs at Kansas City 5,000, cattle 18,
Hog market closed strong. Bulk
sales 7.85i 8.20, light 8.40g9.00. mixed
and butchers 7.S08.80. good heavy
7.458.35, rough heavy 7.45 7.65.
Cattle market closed strong.
Sheep market closed steady.
Liverpool opening cables Wheat
to 1 d. lower, corn Is lower.
Liverpool closing Wheat 1 lower,
Northwestern receipts Minneapolis,
today 421. last week 270. last year 144;
Duluth, today 50, last week 63, last
Visible supply of grain Wheat, in
crease 2.423.000; corn, decrease 4C2,
000; oats, decrease 116,000.
New York Stocka.
New York, Aug. 8. Following are
the quotations on the market today:
Union Pacific 163 Vi
U. S. Steel preferred 114
U. S. Steel common 6S
Rock Island preferred 61
Rock Island common 29 l, &
Southern Pacific 112
New York Central 111
Missouri Pacific 50
Great Northern 123Vj
. . . i . . ...
iNormern i-aciuc iiivs
Louisville & Nashville 138
Colorado Fuel & Iron 28
Canadian Pacific 187
C. & 0 72
Brooklyn Rapid Transit 75
Baltimore & Ohio 107
Locomotive ..... ..... 36
St. Paul K 122
Republic Steel preferred 90Vs
Republic Steel common 29y.
wild hay, $10; straw, C.50.
Wood 14.50 per load.
Coal Lump, per bushel, 15c; slaok,
Sales on Market square since Satur
day up to noon today:
Oats Two loads at 2Sc.
Corn Three loads at 70c.
Hay Two loads at $14.
Rheumatism Cured in Th'ee Days.
N. B. Langley, Madi.son, Wis , says:
"I was almost helpless wi'.h rheuma
tism for about five moniTis. Had it In
my neck so I could not turn my heal,
and all through my body. I tried three
doctors and many remedies without
any relief whatever until I procured
Dr. Detchon's Relief for RheumatUm.
In a few hours the pain was relieved
and in three days the rheumatism was
completely cured and I was at work."
Sold by Otto Grotjan, 1501 Secoui
avenue, Rock Island; Gust Schlegel
& Son, 220 West Second street, Davenport.
LOCAL MARKET CONDITIONS.
Today's Quotations on Provisions, Live
Stock. Feed and Fuel.
Aug. 8. Following are the quota
tions on the local market today:
Live Poultry Old hens, 12Vc
pound, springs, 40c.
Butter Dairy. 22c to 25c; creamery,
Fresh Eggs :17V4 (318c.
Potatoes New, 75 to 80c.
Feed and Fuel.
Grain Corn, 70c; oars, 3Sc.
Forage Timothy hay, $13.
Where is the
Worked so Hard
Spent, wasted and gone or sarN
ed and now working for youT!
Your friends by saving are get
ting interest on their money
have good homes paid for and
money to invest and increase
their incomes day by day you
can do the same start a sav
ings account with this strong
bank if you want ready money
for useful purposes.
4 Interest Paid
$19.50---Atlantic City S19.50
And Return, Thursday, Aug. 11.
Return Limit 15 Days.
Big Four route and C. & O. stop-overs at Philadelphia, Baltimore,
Washington, Cincinnati, and Indianapolis . Sleepers and coaches
will leave Peoria 12:00 noon For descriptive pamphlets anl
sleeping car reservations, address.
G. A. I I. 323 .Main Street, Feoria, III.