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tup: rock island ahgus, Friday, November 4, 1010.
LAST CHANCE SATURDAY at
those 54 and 66 in. heavy worst
ed suitings, a yard 29
54 INCH EMBROIDERED NET
WAIST! NGS worth up to $3.25
a yard, at a yard S51-50
BAY HAZEL CREAM, wanted
right now for chapped hands
and faces, the 25c size X7J
SANITARY WOOL HAIR
ROLLS, 24 inch, always 25c,
this once 1G
Most of you will re
member that we're giving a
50c Regis Brassiere free with
each Regis Corset from $2
to $5 and with each Regis
Corset at $5 or over we give
the handsomest dollar Regis
Brassiere absolutely FREE.
A real corset sensation for Sat
urday, will be those wonderful
Regis Dollar Corsets for just
half, 50c. Only one to a buyer, r-rj
50c all day Saturday and evening....
A PROFUSION OF BEAUTI
FUL FLOWERS at very low
CARNATIONS, dozen 29
ASSORTED ROSES, doz..39
CHRYSANTHEMUMS, doz. 75
end SI 00
DELICIOUS BUTTERCUPS 14c
a lb. all day Saturday 14C
COCOANUT SQUARES, lSC
CHOCOLATE ALMONDS, 25C
300 ITALIAN BRONZE BUSTS AND STATUES for home decorating,
assorted sizes and subjects, worth to 75c, Saturday 39c
SPECIAL To direct sharp attention to the new Fur Section,
we offer black fur sets, satin lined, collar ornamented with
heads large flat muff, about half value, the set for... 3-75
LONG KIMONOS made in pretty fleeced goods, empire and other
stvles, belted or ribbon tied, worth $2.00, this once S51-5S
THE SKY PILOT, by Ralph Connor, a famous novel of which
thousands have sold at $1.15 to $1.50, a limited number here
on Saturdfy at ' 3 C
INITIAL PAPER, nicely boxed with envelopes, because
tials are missing we make the price, not 35c, but......
a few ini
GOOD QUALITY BROOMS,
four sewed with velvet cap
2:30 P. M. SATURDAY another
lot of those fancy 10c dress
ginghams, in 10 to 20 yard
lengths, a yard 6c
FEATHER BED PILLOWS in
the famous A. C. A. ticking.
The 54c kind, Saturday while 50
last, nearly half 29c, yes.-29C
LACE AND EMBROIDERY
REMNANTS 5C and IOC
LACE CURTAINS with over
lockcd stitched edge in floral
and conventional patterns, full
length and width, specially
priced, each 50C
This Mission Foot Stool,
Special Saturday, at 59c
Handsome foot stool exactly as
pictured. Heavy solid oak legs
and frame with genuine leather
top. Early English finish just 2
for Saturday at 59C
CHIDREN'S CLOTH DRESSES, choice plaids and plain colors, up
to the last minute in style, at $2.00. These $2.u0 and $3. 00 dresses
hero at S2 OO
LARGE ASSORTMENT OF
BACK COMBS, former values
mostly 25c. a few 50c ones
quick for yours at C
WHITE CURTAIN SWISS in
short lengths, the 124c and 15c
kind, yard 8c
SACHET POWDERS, such as
trailing arbutus, white rose,
wood violet. La Trefle, etc.. usu
ally 50c, this time, per oz. 3TC
GREEN PATENT LEATHER
BELTS, latest fad. special lot,
Saturday at 29c
Annual Opening of Doll Bazaar
We do not wish to boast, but we certainly do think that
this is by far the greatest assortment of dolls ever shown in
the Tri-Citie3. You will see the famous Baby Bunps, Baby
Art Dolls, Dress Dolls. Kid Dolls, Jointed Dolls and dolls of
all sizes. An early visit to this department will prove very
interesting and fascinating.
FOR SATURDAY WE HAVE TWO GREAT SPECIALS IN
KID BODY DOLLS with
lng curly hair, moving eyes,
stockings and slippers, 13
inch size, opening sale price
122 INCH JOINTED
BISQUE DOLLS with beau
tiful curly hair, moving ees,
fancy shoes and stockings,
very special 33C
Bring the Youngsters Here for Shoes
We feature several makes
of the most approved foot
form shoes for boys and
girls in all grades for school
or dress wear.
High Cut Jockey boots
for the older boys and girls
and Nemo boots for the
younger children are here in
a profusion of styles, from
$1.75 to $3.00, according to
size and material.
President James of University
of Illinois Says Poorest
Ones Are Here.
OTHER NATIONS AHEAD
Xowhere Else Is There So Little
Training as in Rural JMstricts
St. Paul, Nov. 4. Denouncing the
condition of American education as a
national reproach, President E. J.
James of the University of Illinois,
startled the members of the Minnesota
i Teachers' association in sossinn hprp
"In no civilized country," declared
the Illinois educator with emphasis,
"are the teachers in the rural districts
of the nation as a whole, and for that
matter in many villages and towns, so
untrained and unskilled, with so little
experience or fitness for the work, as
is the case in the United States of
lla n Rrnirdr.
And President James has a remedv.
it is to make education a national
i function, with a secretary of education
: as a member of the cabinet and with
j vast federal appropriations of money,
j The following would be the result ac
J cording to President James' predic
"If the nation would give its atten
tion earnestly to the matter of estab-
lishing such a school system as should-;
in every section of the country find
out the natural abilities of its children t
and then assist in developing them to !
the highest possible degree of trained '
efficiency, an era of national expan- i
sion, national development, national !
j influence, of the increase of national j f
I wealth would dawn upon us such as
the world has not thus far dreamed
I Other Imliotnirntw.
j dictment drawn by President James j
i In no other nation claiming to bp
civilized is there so large a population j
in such educational degradation as the
In no other great ciilized nition
are there so ninny worthy members 'if
the community in such ignorance and j
j with such nioager educational advan
tages as the "poor whites" of the
mount a inous districts of the south a'id
the inhabitants of similar regions at,
I the north. j
! Srrn Ilopr In C'nn-tnliiltion. (
Dos Moines. Iowa. Nov. 4. Consoli- j
! dated village and rural schools are the
j greatest factors in the establishment j
i of virile morality and high ideals of j
I everyday life in this country, accord
ling to Assistant Secretary of Agricul-,
i ture Hays, who addressed the Iowa '
'State Teachers' convention here to-
hi s Well
Get some pleasure and benefit out of that new fall suit
while this mild weather lasts. We are bound to have a
change soon and then you will have to cover it with a
nice fall overcoat.
CaI8 on Us Tomorrow
We can show you the swellest line of suits, overcoats,
cravenettes and topcoats from' the factories of Stein
Bloch, Michaels, Stern, Hirsch Wickweir and Miller, Shatt
& Co. that you have ever seen.
We can suit you in the matter of price also. Suits or
overcoats ranging in price from $12.50 to $35.
Hats, caps, gloves, underwear, neckwear and furnishings
of every kind, the very best you can find anywhere.
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You Can Sank on What We Say
Max K. C. Thurston.
Conservation of Natural
'day. Hays contended that as a whole
! educational and moral structure of the
i country stood, in the final analysis, on
'the country's rural life, and the devel
opment of practical education in rural
districts was the quickest and surest
i means of raisin? general standards of
! Intelligence, morality and competence
in the United states. He urged piac
!tieal training in the vocations the pu
Ipils expect to enter as far more profit
! able than a general cultural instruc
the United States C. It. Van Hise.
Flamsted Quarries M. K. Waller.
BOOKS FOU CHILDREN.
J Page, Esquire and Knight M. F.
I Fugitive Freshman It. D. Paine,
j All Around Asia J. YV. Kedway.
j .laequejne of the farrier Pigeon.
A. H. Seaman.
European Hero Stories IS. M. Tap
pan. The British IsUs E. T. Tomlinson.
TAFT RECEIVES HIS COW
Reported That Burlington Has
Voluntarily Increased Pay
CENT AND A HALF AN HOUR
cent and a half per hour. While it
s saia mat. no uennue announcement
has been made officially it has leaked
out that the company has given the
men 10 understand that the increase la
For some time past there has been
agitation to that end. and some timo j Tablets are an idal medicine to give
ago the men through their unions ' a child. fcTr they are mild and genMf In
made demands en the company for an their effect, and wi;i cure even chronic
increase, which it is said involved a i constipation. Sold by all druggist.
time. Although there are fewer crews
it is claimed they are handling more
Many school children suffer from
constipation, which Is often the causa
of seeming stupidity at lessons.
Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver
I'nions Abandon Plans for Forcing
.Advance When It Is Learned
Company Ha Acted.
! I-.....,- en',. !...,, ihn
given by the company.
NEW BOOKS AT THE
Paulino Wayne III., ift of Sniator
Washington. Nov. 4. Her bovine j Rmor has it that the Burlington
majesty Pauline Wayne III., future on its next pay day will voluntarily
provider of milk for the presidential increase the wages of its employes in
family, grazed contentedly yesterday. lnt.nn,otivr llepar,inPnt. and that
upon the White house lot. oblivious, .
.v... o,i i.t I the chocks which will be paid out to
IO lllf IllS VV US in. lilt, iiiovi' e. ijwi.i.
her arrival, the click of cameras and
which is now
It is said, how
ever, that the increase already had
boon considered by the company, and
it hps bi'tn rumen-d thai as a rsult
of the company's stand in the matter
tho requests of the union will not be
Forrf Morf Kffootlve.
The present force of ensinemen and
trainmen is doing more business for
the company than a larger force ac-
Desirous of Curing the Drink
X'f arr- hon'-tly d irmi rf curing
all wlin arr rtiMi'tfil t- ilrlnk Hnd If
j'iiu ar lntT f-tt it In any n ni ertlnn
lOrrtn'-. ! Invito you ti write u. Our
corrpypnmlen'-e is confldntinl nnd our
replies are sent In plain sealed envel
opes. Orrlne No. 1 is the secret treat
ment. nnd No. 2 fr thnxe who wish th
viltintn ry trcHtrir'nt. II jt hnx. Vrlt
frr fre booklet on " How to C'ur
I 'mnkeiinr '' The line "omp.tnv
TIip following new books have been
received at the public library and will
be ready for circulation Saturday
Mistress of Sheustone F. L. Bar
clay. An American Citizen .1. G. Brooks.
John 'Winl erbourne's Family
Clever Betsy Mrs. C. L. Burnham.
Open Water .1. B. Connolly.
An Affair of Dishonor William De
Mr. Dooley Says F. P. Dunne.
The Southern South A. B. Hart.
Rest Harbor Maurice Hewlitt.
How to Study Birds H. K. Job.
Butterfly Man G. B. McCutcheon.
Wage-Earning Women A. M. Mac
Lean. Travels in Spain P. L. Marden.
Elementary Modern Chemistry Wil
Keith of the Border Randall Tar
The North Fole R. E. Peary.
Master of the Vineyard Myrtle
Window at the White Cat M. R.
Oberammergau J. H. Short.
A Village of Vagabonds F. B. Smith.
The Church and Labor Charles
HI orrlne hii! M I nn. Vahlnirton. I. ".
complishcd last fall during the heavy ! The Iradlnar ur'irRist nlore orrlne.
the bustling activity of "stable at
Pauline reached Washington yes- j
terday after two days' journey from :
Kenosha. Wis., where is located the
farm of United States Senator Isaac j
Stephenson, who has given her to
Mr. Taft. Pauline was chaperoned j
on her trip east by Jim Torrey, sup-:
Alice ! orintondnnt of the Stcnhenson farm
and a warm friend of the cow.
Pauline's great aunt, Gertrude
Wayne, used to give 1L' ganons 01
milk a day. Pauline, however, is
only 4 years old and has yielded only j
seven and one-half gallons so far. j
employes for November will represent
an increase in the scale or a cent or a rusn wnu n marea operations at tnai j pharmacy.
INSANE BUTCHER SHOOTS
Wisconsin Man Kills Son and Wounds
Other Members of Family.
Cedarburg, Wis., Nov. 4. Louis Hoff
man, a butcher, during the night shot
and killed his 12-year-old son, Carl, and
wounded his wife, his brother Ernest
and Ernest's son, Walter. Hoffman
was arrested. It is believed he is in
sane. According to Mrs. Hoffman her
husband returned late last night from
a cattle buying trip in the country.
She says he appeared morose and de
clined to go to bed. The shooting oc
curred while the other members of the
family were sleeping.
! SKIN AFFECTIONS
j Whether on Infant or Grown Person
j Cured by Zetno and Zemo Soap.
An Unununl Offer.
' The Thomas Drug company says
jto every person, be it man, woman
or child, who has an Irritated, ten
der or itching skin to come to our
j store and procure a bottle of ZEMO
;and a cake of ZEMO soap and. if you
I are not entirely satisfied with results,
come back and get your money. So
! confident are we of the efficacy of
i this clean, simple treatment, that we
' make you this unusual offer.
ZEMO is a clear liquid for exter
nal use that has cured so many cases
of eczema, pimpies, dandruff and
other forms of skin eruption. ZEMO
and ZEMO soap are sold by drug
gists everywhere and In Rock Island
by the Thomas Drug company. ZEMO
and ZEMO t soap are the most eco
nomical as well as the cleanest and
most effective treatment for affec
tions of the skin or scalp, whethe
on infant cr grown person.
Chinese Clip Off Queues. j
San Francisco. Cal.. Nov. 4. In coin- j
pliance with an imperial edict, Chinese
Consul General Li Yung Yew and the (
entire staff of the local consulate ap-
peared yesterday without queues and '
attired as Americans, causing a mild;
sensation in the oriental quarter.
"Before I went away I told Tom just
what I wanted him to do about the
house from day to day. and to make it
doubly sure I talked my orders into
our phonograph so be could play the
record each night nnd so remember."
"And did be then forget?"
"I found everything in the house
about ruined. He said he couldn't bear
to play the phonograph in my absence;
it reminded him so of me and made
him lonely." Boston Herald.
Not So Far Wrong,
"nave you written all the invitations
to my party, mamma''" queried little
"Yes, dear," answered her mother.
"They are all written and mailed."
"And how soon will the accrptions
and deceptions begin to come in?"
A Single Exception.
"Do you think a memory for dates
helps a man?"
"Sometimes," replied Farmer Corn
tassel. "But not when he is selling
pring chickens." Washington Star.
The wet weather season is here and at this time nothing
adds more to health and comfort than proper footwear
shoes that keep the feet warm and dry save many a doctor
At our store you are certain to find the shoes exactly
suited for this as for every other purpose and find theni in a
large variety to suit any taste.
Men's tan calf button shoes, high arch,
military heels $3.50
Men's fine patent colt shoes in button and lace,
military heels, "Hot Stuff Last" $4.00
Men's gun metal shoes in button and lace,
military, lasts $2.50 to $4.00
Men's work shoes $1.50 and Tip
Boys' shoes Q8c and up
Ladies' finf suede button shoes, slant top medium
broad toe, Cuban heel $4.00
Ladies patent -oit button shoes with cloth top.
stage last, Cuban heels, plain toe $2.50, $3.50
Ladies button shoes in dull or patent, cloth or
calf top. - ith tip or plain toe .. $2.50, $3.0w
Ladies kid shoes 98C and Up
Children ,? slices 49c anci 59c
"I. don't see any difference between
you and a trained nurse except the
uniform." said her sick husband.
"And the salary." she added thought
fully. Harper's Razor.
Reeklss haste 13 the d!rect road t
HARPER HOUSE BLOCK