Newspaper Page Text
THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS
THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1910.
You Could Not
Make a Better
Than to Secure a
lh s ., , , ill
ce ticket displayed on goods marked dowi especially Sof
eacii of our 77 Dent's fells a story Interesting to bargain seekers
The yellow pr
Bargain Friday in
(REAR MAIN FLOOR WEST SIDE.)
17-inch brown crash, reg-ular 6c toweling;
special Bargain Friday per yard
72x90 bleached two-piece sheets, regular QO
60c; special Bargain Friday tL
42x36 bleached pillow cases, regular 12 i-2c -j re
value; Bargain Friday, each XUC
(REAR MAIN FLOOR WEST SIDE.)
6,000 yards Mothers' Choice 4-4 bleached 6heeting,
11c value; special Bargain Friday,
per yard O ' -
3,000 yards 9-4 seamless bleached sheeting. 30c
value; special Bargain Friday, per
3.000 yards Atlantic bleached 42x45-inch tubing, 20c
value; special Bargain Friday, per - i?l,
11c and 12 l-2c Flannelettes for house dresses, nice
assortment of patterns; special for Bar- Q
gain Friday, per yard
(MAIN FLOOR CENTER.)
$2.00 Ladies' leather
Ss 9 handbags, in several
different sizes ana
l 'V " r y L siyies wun stiver aim
immmumm riveted frames- ,ea,d:
13A njvVY' y 'A . pr i nine, with sma
for bar" SI 97
gain Friday v
25c silk Windsor ties in plaids and plain col- 1 P
ors; special for Bargan Friday, each JLtV
25c ladies' all-linen embroidered collars; in
special for Bargain Friday, each AL
25c ladies' Persian and plain tailored stocks; 1 r
special for Bargain Friday, each AtJV
Ladies' heavy weight cotton hose, double heel and
toe; special for Bargain Friday, CCfl-"
3 pair for OUC
35c ladies' outsize split-foot hose, fast black, clean
and stainless, with extra spliced heel and nr
sole; special for Bargain Friday, per pair....
2 PAIR FOR 25c Children's broncho buster stock
ings. A heavy weight stocking, the very best for
wear, ribbed, with double sole and knee; all OK
sizes; special for Bargain Friday, 2 pair for . .OC
33c. new autumn suitings, 27-inch, all wool, flaked
with white; special for Bargain - f?
Friday . Atllx
39c mixed warp challies, 32-inch, cream grounds with
haulines. dots, pretty Dresden figures and floral
designs; special for Bargain 9Q
50c diagonal Berges, in grey, blue and raspberry
colors; special for aBrgain QQr
Ladies' Knit Underwear
$1.00 Ladies' Rleached Fleeced Union Suits, ankle
length, high neck, long sleeves, sizes 4, 5,
6; special fcr Bargain Friday
Ladies' cotton and wool mixed Vests and Pants;
just a few left in broken sizes; special
for Bargain Friday
3"c ribbons. 4 and 5 inches wide, all silk taffeta,
in Dresdens, satin stripe and moire designs;
special for Bargain Friday, per yard
39c all-silk hair bow ribbons, 8 inches wide, ex
tra heavy quality; special for Bargain
Friday, per yard itlL
10c ladies' all-linen hemstitched handkerchiefs;
special for Bargain Friday, each
5c children's colored border and white satin stripe
handkerchiefs; special for Bargain Friday, Of
25c ladies' all-linen hemstitched handkerchiefs, with
hand embroidered initial; special, - J?
SPECIAL Men's colored Border, full size
handkerchiefs; 6 for.
Q for a box of pure- glycerine soap, 3 cakes in Q
UC a box; special for Bargain Friday, per box Us
FREE with a 25c purchase of Peroxide soap, or 25c
purchase of Peroxide tooth paste, or 25c purchase of
of Peroxide face cream, or 2."c purchase of Perox
ide face powder, or 25c purchase of Peroxide tooth
powder or 25c purchase of Peroxide talcum powder,
an S-ounce bottle of the best peroxide given FREE.
Chiffon Veiling in all shades, regular 50c
veiling; special for Bargain Friday
Double width chiffon cloth in all the light shades.
regular $1.00 veiling; special for Bargain
Friday, per yard
Regular $2.98 waterproof veils; special
for Bargain Friday, per yard .
$5.00 FALL HATS, $1.93.
The extraordinary autumn business
has left a few, of our $5.00 trimmed
hats which we previously put out at
$2.98 and on Bargain Friday, while
they last, we offer them (T- QQ
at only tpA.IO
MISSES' AND CHIL
DREN'S FELT HATS.
This lot of pretty fall hats for misses
and children, regular values 9Sc, $1.25,
$1.50; specially priced for Bargain
79c, 98c, S1J25
$5.98 and $5.50 ladles' black moire
Waists; special for Bar- &A DA
gain Friday ip'i.OI
98c ladies' dressing sacques, extra
heavy flannel, in all colors, loose
style; special for Bargain
Children's dresses made of galatea,
chambeay, gingham, percale, etc.,
trimmed in piping of contrasting col
ors. Many styles to select irom.
Sizes 6 -to 14. Regular price
$1.50; Bargain Friday
Children's coats of astrachan and
flannel in red, blue, tan and grey.
Sizes 2 to 6. Values to
$2.75; Baragin Friday .
DRESSES AND COATS.
(Suit Department, Second Floor.)
Unquestionably the most phenomenal
values we have ever offered in ladles'
high grade dresses and children's
Up to $25 dresses, silks. Rajahs and
wool dresses; special for
$5.98 and $6.50 Children's Coats, spe
cial for Bargain QQ QQ
araains 00 tiie TSufird FSoof
Do not forget to visit our third floor and see otxt irmrrcnae' secHcm of Qoxpets, .
Rugs, Linoleums, Draperies, Shades, Bedding, Shirtwaist Boxes, Horse- Blan-i
kets, Sewing Machines, Auto Robes, etc. Our stocks and trade, hove 'been in- v,
creasing so rapidly in this department that we are- compelled" to enlarge. Txxik. -
for the yellow ticket and be convinced that the prices ajjbargams.ecljf.-ajATe'.;
Sample line 50c Ocrrtalna, special for
$1.65 inlaid Linoleum (6-4)
wide; special for Bargain 0 flf
Friday per square yard . . .. . q?JLJLv
75c printed Linoleum, 4 yards wide,
blue and white; special for Bar- TQp
gain Friday, per square yard
15c Ingrain ?tair carpet 22 inches wide;
just the thing to cover your carpets
during winter season; special
for Fridav, per yard tlwv
Also the 52c value, special at
$1.50 Oil Cloth Squares, 2 yards square,
just the thing for heating stoves: spe
cial for Bargain 4 Q
90c Brufdi Mats, special for
Bargain Friday, each i
$15.00 Brussel Rugs, 9x12, suitable for
dining room: special for J
Bargain Friday u
$H.50 Comforters, 72x84 inches, filled
wih best white cotton; spe- (PO QA
cial for Bargain Friday y0
$11.25 Cedar Shirtwaist Boxes, with
brass trimmings: ju?t the thing for an
Xmas gift: special for Bar- HQ
gain Friday vtU O
Bargain Friday, single iQ(
curtains ..j ,.vt,-.laJL v
$5.50 Combination Mattresses, full
size; special for Bargain Q 7A
Friday. ... -.
$9.00 Felt Mattresses, 45 lb., full size;
special for Bargain QH AO
Friday. .... V I t0
$1.50 Cotton Blankets, 12-4; (g OA
special for Bargain Friday, .. . $JLvc
$2.93 Irish Point Lace Curtains, spe
cial for Bargain Qrt OA
Friday n-. . V&Liv
$4.50 Irish Point Lace Curtains spe
cial for Bargain ., XA
$5.98 Cable Net Lace Curtains spe
cial for Bargain ; , &1 & A
Friday ... 53"
j.ou iNotxingnam i-ace uurtains, si
cial fox Bargain 1
98c Nottingham Lace Curtains, spe
cial for Bargain 70
Friday m ...... ... 1 3 1
Wclsbach gns mantels, upright and inverted; Qf
special for nBrgaln Friday ?C
Phoenix involved gas burners (high-grade) ZQ
complete: social Bargain Friday Uil
Electroliers, S-inch shade, with cord and (J QO
burner complete; special aBrgain Friday J)070
Brass wash boards, e pedal Bargain
tarda, epecUI Bargain OETJ'
Friday; each -
Tea and coffee pots ra torn, aad wUtt ' QfTx'J
enamel; special Bargain Friday M....uOC
Dish pans In bine and white enamel
b pec ail Bargain vm . - .
AT 1911 MEETING
Modern Woodmen Society Will
Have an Increase of 110 1
DIRECTORS GO TO BUFFALO i
Mirers to lMie-t I'laus That Are
Being .Made for Kntrrta-ining of
Coming Heart Camp.
Word from Buffalo. X. . is ihat the
executive committee, which is to have
in charge ajl arrangements for the
head camp of the Modern Woodmen of
America, to be held there in Juie of
nxt yea;-, has completed its organiza
tion and is making great, headway in
the matter of raiding a head camp
During the week of Nov. 21. after
they have held their monthly meeting
in thf M. W. A. heart offices in Rock
Island, members of the board of direc
'ors of the society will go to Buffalo
ind make an inspection of the prepara
ory work that has been accomplished
The board will select grounds for
:he encampment of foresters during
the head camp sessions and will in
quire into the amount of the enter
tainment fund already collected. Usu
ally a sum of about $9,000 is collected
by a city entertaining a Modern Wood
men head camp, but Buffalo expects to
raisu f 15,000, and will use a part of
the fund lo provide lighting and en
tertainment and excursion features for
the thousands of neighbors who will
visit within its borders. The M. W. A.
board of directors is interested only in
a sum of money sufficient to cover all
prize offers made in the competitive
drill program for the head camp. The
policy of the board is to wait until the
sum is raised and in a bank before it
posts the prize offers, and for that
reason no definite announcement has
7-. Voting; Drlrgatea.
One indication of the recent growth
of the Woodmen society is the fact
that there will be 725 voting delegates
at the Buffalo head camp, which is 110
more delegates than attended the head
camp in Peoria three years ago. Ses
sions will be held in the Coliseum, a
large Buffalo convention hall, but offi
cials of the society see a problem In
the rapidly increasing number of del
egates i.t head camp sessions. Already
the body has become so unwieldly as,
to make it impossible for all delegates
to hear remarks of the chair and fur
ther growth of the society means con
tinued increase unless another basis of
representation is adopted.
In many respects the 1911 head camp
of the Modern Woodmen will be one
of the most remarkable gatherings ever
held by a fraternal society. In addi
tion to the delegates there will be In
attendance thousands of visiting Wood
men and foresters from every state in
The Royal Neighbors of America
will hold its head camp meeting In
Denver during May of next year. The
last head camp of the Royal Neighbors
was held in Chicago and was one of
the warmest sessions in fraternal so
ciety history. Women delegates were
in the majority and there was a battle
royal for offices, the faction then in
power being deposed by Miss Myrtle
Dade of Rock Island, who was elected
supreme recorder, and Mrs. Una M.
Collins of St. Paul was elected su
preme oracle. Mrs. Myra B. Enright
has announced her candidacy for Mrs.
Collins' office and there promises to be
a warm fight, since M-rs. Collins is out
for reelection. Members of the su
preme board of managers of the so
ciety are said to be supporting Mrs.
Enright, however, and predictions are
that there will be another change in
regime. Dr. Hada Burkhart of Rock
Island, who was given the office of
editor of the Royal Neighbor by the
Collins regime, has announced her can
didacy for the office of supreme re
corder, which is now held by Miss
Dade, also a candidate for reelection.
An Honest Doctor
remarked to his patient who had
been cured by Lydia E. Pinkham's
Vegetable Compound after his ef
forts had failed. "Mrs. Weber. I do
not believe in patent medicines, but
I will say that Lydia E. Pinkham's
Vegetable Compound !s the best
medicine ever discovered for wo
men. Continue to use it." This Is
another link In the long chain of
evidence to prove the reliability of
this standard medicine for women.
All te news all the time The
TO SOME ONE AWAY.
'Tis not that the earth has lost its
Or the sky its tender blue
The world's all right, but the trou
It lacks one thing just you.
I look at the old familiar scenes,
I wander the old ways through.
Not a thing Is changed, but the lure
And I find it is you just you.
How strange that the absence of one
Can throw all the world askew!
But the only thing that will turn it
Is you. little girl just you!
Arthur W. Peach in Boston Transcript.
At the opening
Wednesday night, the ICth.
Cut Rate Loan company.
Carpenter Coal company
Sell coal. Fhone west 295. '
Kerler & Co. make rugs.
Buy a homo of Reidy Bros.
Tri-city Towel Supply company.
For express, call Spencer & Trefz.
Get our cut rates. Call West 177.
Grand opening of the rink Wednes
Carpenter Coal company, 123
Twentieth street, old phone West
295. We handle best grades of hard
and soft coal. Our rnctto, "Satisfied
Don't forgot the roller rink opens for
season Wednesday night.
Mound City paints may cost a little
more but! Ill & Ehleb.
Let William Johnson do your tin and
furnace work. 1316 Third avenue.
Cut rate moans interest cut In two
on all loans. 1S01U Second avenue.
Open every evening. Cut Rate Loan
company, ISi'lu Second avenue, city.
Buy Mrs. Austin's famous buck
wheat flour, line for breakfast, all
H. T. Siemon wants your tin and
furnace work. 132C-1528 Fourth ave
nue. Mrs. Austin's famous pancake
flour. Delicious light cakes, all
Paul & ' Hay ward, tailors, suits and
fancy gowns, iOO'fc Twenthieth street,
Buy Mrs. Austin's famous buck
wheat flour, line for breakfast, all
Jones' little piir sausage, Brookfield
pork sausages and frankforts at the
"clean store," Sit tig & Stahmer'.
Fifty ladies' dress skirts, voiles and
panamas; stylish and up-to-date; the
bargain of the season, while they last,
your choice at J2.9S each. Horblit'?
Department store, KU5-1G17 Second
The Silver Cross circle of King's
Daughters will hold a fancy work
sale and coffee next Friday afternoon
from 3 to 6 o'clock at the home of
MiS3 Lily Junge, 519 Twenty-third
street. The proceeds will go to the
'visiting Nurse fund. All interested
i in the work of the Daughters are
! How do you do? Good morning. Is
Mr. Jones in? Why, no; he is not. I
am very sorry; he Just stepped out for
a few minutes. Come right in. What
can we do for yon? Well, I want a
cheap loan. We understand you have
cut the rates In two on household goods
and all personal property. What's
that? Is that your new cut rate prices?
Not for me, please. But. listen: Come
to find out, they were not talking to
the Cut Rate people at all. Our phone
number 177 west; street number 1S01
The old, old story, told times with
out number, and repeated over and
over again for the last 36 years, but
it Is always a welcome story to those
in search of health There is nothing
In the world that cures coughs and
colds as Quickly as Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy. Sold by all druggists.
THEATRE USES UP
JUICE; TOWN DARK
SlierrarcJ Without Light Until a To,
liceman Interferes Sliow
Sherrard was shrouded In darkness
Tuesday night because the city light
ing power was exhausted by a mo!n
picture machine. For four hours th
town marshal of the city was busy en
deavoring to locate the Irouble, when
a happy thought struck him and he
rushed to the moving picture house.
The connection was broken and the
town lights once more allowed to
glimmer. The owners of the machine,
Hugh Hossick and Claude Moore of
Moline. were informed that they must
quit business there.
Ladies who wish, something superior in the way
of flavoring extracts, should purchase
They have no equals. Always reliable.