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THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS
FRIDAY. MAKCTi 10. 1011.
LK spring lias- tome to
For Men and Women
For Boys and Misses
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J J5S n 11 lookers are as VO
'fir ll' welcome as YV&ILXi
buyers. jr A
E are bound to please you. We are showing all
Vv the newest spring fancies in every popular
leather. Every pair full of style and grace, ready for
all the wear you can give it.
CALL UPON US
and it will be your turn to become in
terested in trie new spring line of shoes
and oxfords ready for your inspection.
CM S-'J 35 T fc.
1728 Second Avenue
Rock Island, 111.
Faculty of Atrgnstana College
Makes Rearrangement of
19 WEEKS IN SPRING TERM
leld That Interruption Heretofore
Allowed Interfered Too Much
With Students' Work.
The faculty of Augustana college lina
decided hereafter to clip off a few f
We have just received another
lot of fancy bacon, which we
will put on at this pale at
per pound 17 H. C
Fresh eggs, dozen 15c
Good fresh dairy lamer
per pound 24c
Gold Medal flour, your last op
portunity, per sack . . . $1,49
Jersey Cream flour in towel
Backs, guaranteed or money
Best granulated sugar,
20 pounds $1.00
Fancy navy beans.
five pounds 2 5c
Fancy Jap head rice.
four pounds 25c
Fancy New York Raldwln
apples, peck 50c
Sap white Norwegian mackerel
two for 15C
Crick or New York cream
cheese, pound 18c
Fresh leaf lettuce,
Corn. peas, tomatoes, kidney
beans, pears, Campbell's soup,
pumpk.n, honjiny and sweet
potatoes for this sale,
three cans 25c
Gingersnaps. snd.i or oyster
We will also have a full line
of fresh vegetables and straw
berries. Egg orders alone not
accepted. 1'rompt delivery to
any part of the city.
the holidays which the students have
been enjoying heretofore. At the meet
ing of that body a new calendar was
made out, which will be permanent.
According to the new schedule, college
will open Its doors the first Wednesday
f September and continue in session
15 wetks and two days during the fall
term. The two days at Thanksgiving
will be the only holidays allowed this
term. Two weeks and two days will
he granted for Christmas vacation.
The spring term will bo composed of
10 weeks and three days. Only three
holidays instead of six will be enjoyed
by the student body. Hereafter there
will always be 34 weeks, or 170 days
of work, to each school year.
The reason for the clip in holidays
by ;he faculty is that they cnt up the
regular college work too much. Th-;
student body can no longer look for
ward to Reformation day as a holiday
in the fall term, and they ni have to
be satisfied with only half holidays on.
Washington's birthday and Founders'
day. Easter vacation has also been
cut In two.
As an innovation this year the fac
ulty of the Augusrana Theological
seminary has adopted the custom of
electing a valedictorian for the senior
class. The basis upon which this hon
or is conferred is highest standing in
To E. G. Colberg, Ph. D.. of St. Pe
ter, Minn., has fallen the honor of be
ing chosen valedictorian of his class,
being the first one to receive this high
reward from the seminary fnculty. Dr
Colberg is a graduate of Guetarus
.Vlolphus college, a member of the
class of lftot;. After his graduation
Irom college he took po-t-graduaf
work at Minnesota university, receiv
ing the doctors' degree in 19oy. Tr.
Colberg will complete his seminary
course in two years instead of three
That fact, coupled with his being elect
ed valedictorian of his class, shows in
a measure his ability as a student and
Dr. Colberg?' father is editor of the
Minnesota Stats Tidnir.e. one of the
strongest and most conservative Swed
ish papers in the west.
Old phone t ll-l. new .V)7t
700 Twelfth Street
COIN BROS.' SPECIAL.
Cuban nut fudge, chocolate and.
vanilla favors, something delicious.
for Saturday only at 2 cents perj
THE LAST ROUND.
My daddy Is a patient man
At getting me asleep;
He walks the floor the longest while.
And rocks me just a heap;
But he gets mad when I rise up,
When I began to blink
And say, as loud as I can call:
"I wanna drink."
He thinks he's got me down at last.
And Jays me In the "bed.
And then he tiptoes quietly,
But I JuRt raise my head,
And then there's lots of naughty words
That he just has to think
When I caII out and bossy, too
"1 wanna drank."
I've fought a duel efery night,
So father says, with sleep.
And always, when he thinks I"to ricked,
I 6ee him start to creep
Otit of the room, but I sit up
In my new nightie, pink,
And hear him breathe deep when I call ;
"I wanna drink."
Arthur Chapman in Denver Republi
can. Kerler & Co. make ro(i
Buy a homo of Reidy Bros.
Trl-clty Towel Supply company.
For eTpress, call Spencer & Trefz.
See Bartlett Bros.' ad on page 5.
Call Oscar Swanson, Union express.
Pee Bartlett Bros. ad on page 5.
Dressed spring and c!d chickens at
H. Tremann's Sons.
Fresh river fish at 1718 Third ave
nue. West 1012. We deliver.
Plenty of fresh dressed turkey
and chickens at Schroeder Bros.
Let William JohsEon do your tin and
furnace work. 1316 Third avenue.
Sirs. Austin's famous pancake
flour. Delicious light cakes, all gro
cers. H. T. Siemon wants your tin and
furnace work.. 1526 1528 Fourth ave
nue. Buy Mrs. Austin's famous buck
wheat flour, fine for breakfast, all
Buy Mrs. Austin's famous buck
wheat floor, fine for breakfast, all board of control, for a meeting of the following speakers for the meetings
I for the e'nsuing four Sundays;
Plenty of fre6h dressed chickens
at Coleman's meat market. 1513 Sec
Fine black dirt, clean bank sand and
filling dirt, reasonable. Particulars by
Emerald club will give a TB
K. of C. hall, Saturday March
Bleuer"8 orchestra. Admission
cents. Ladies free.
board tomorrow night at Masonic hal
for the purpose of consideting two im
portant matters. One of these is the
renewal of the lease for the present
quarters oc-cupied by the Masonic fra
ternity in the Kcb'.nson building and
the other is the new Masonic temple.
at 'building project. Plans for the secur-
ll.:ing ct funds for the building, together
with other items in regard to the pre
posed home will be submitted.
March 12 R. C. Smedlev.
March li Hon. Thomas Campbell.
March 2'. S. J. Woodin.
April 2 G. C. Blakslee.
Board of Control to Meet.
Notices were sent out today hy II.
D. Mack, president of the Masonic
Bible Class Speakers.
The young Men's Bible class of the
First Baptist church announces the
STUDENTS' EFFECTS BURN
! Two Malls Are l-trojel at Va'pa
i ra'so I'niversity.
Valparaiso, Ind.. .March 10. The
worst fire Valparaiso university evtjr
experienced yesterday destroyed
locksley and Windsor halls. One
hundred students, the majority of
whom lost all their personal rffocti.
were cared for at other donnitorle.
D'lring the bcond alarm Captain Ott j
Lepell fell from a Bleepjrig-rcKmj down
the ilidi- iole at the lire station and
sustained set ions Injuries. !h o'l
building. $lo,(tii; on pe-raonal prop
erty and furniture, $."i.'io.
Buzz Bng! Boom!
These are olilv tbicc of the tlmup.lH I
r.oi.ses heard In the brain tlnoMI'i
wiih headache. U. ,1 Circle pills vl l
remove the tau-e and nature will 0
AH the news all trie time The Arpn
Humane Society Meeting. I
The liock Island County Humane
i society will meet next Monday eve
ning at S o'clock at the Association
house on Eighteenth street. Business
f importance is to come before the
meeting, and a full attendance is
Only One "Bromo Quinine."
That is Laxative Bromo Quinine.
Ixwk for the signature of E. W. Grove.
Cscd the wor:d over to cure a cold ie
i vie day. 2i ctatj.
Mw J - All J t I "
uraves nsgon 5nop
318 Seventeenth Street.
Delivery wagons repaired in
all branches. Carriages re-
painted. New precess of re
moving old paints, no burning
O of wood. Automobile wheels
built new for $5.00 per wheel.
Other shops charge $14.00.
k Horse shoeing In all branches.
We Save You 25
per cent on your
. . IHOME OFPEALBASGAIHTWXr
US WEST SECOND STREET (OTEK INDEPENDENT 6 AND 1 CENT STORE)
A Feast of Bargains for You, So Come
KU for I-aflies' 20 SllUs- CC QC tor lAdies' $12 Silk Rajah f I n for Tdls' $1", lnng Spring f QQ for J.i:.i;. . S- Kuring
4lLmf Newest Spring styles, JUvO Dresses, In all sires and J I v fnnfe. In covert r.1 rnlTturt- Ihits. ii I'n'mt ll b"
colors, black, navy, tan, grey and colors; very fancy trimn ed. T'li.-j clothe, !n n' e'n tr.!lor-d. and sailor pl iln tailoie.l it -t , ii every
white serge, satin lined coats, the you will find the best and biggest collar effects. Indies ai.d MisK-' m-.v tt(.h!.v Mtl-. Have a l.I l.j r on
latest style sklrta. bargain ever known. sizes. your trtt lo-norio v
Clfor Men's $18 Spring Sutts, pCk for Men's regular f, f Oft Special in Men's JtO Suits f 1(1 f r V,- n ; Wool -.o,m;
i I L made of pure Wool materials, Lat)U Spring Hats, in all the icl.uU Just about 10 of there, a!l J I L D both ti i . :,y ,-nd noMii rn
including the fine Blue serges; new Spring shapes and shades. sizes and pattern; the greni-t ;!,' :i ml ('!- nl i.o-.
made by high class tailors for Buy your Spring lid here tomor- suit bargain ever offered in Dav- ;-'.tie i ,. t- ,,oi ro'v ,.f h tUm
us. row. '4-port. s;j i ;il . .!.-.
25c 10c 19c 49c 25c 4c 25c j 49c
For Ladies' 6!c For Toadies' 25c For ladies' 39c For Toadies' $10' For Mf-n's .",o i'r.r M-n's K' For You - 'v.!':- -' T
Embroidery ITn- Dressing sacrjues, medium weight Finest Muslin Work Shirts, large Re -J and re-w.t ' i ker
der Skirts. all colors. knit Drawers. 'hemife. with collar... ;I ie llokfs. rlcn p .-t. . i,s i !
39c 19c 39c 25c 9c 10c 24c 10c
For Indies' 75c For Ladies' 50c For Ladies' 50c For Glrlg 3fc For Men's 1 For Mcn'w l.' For !v ' ?.: ! ' ' 2.-,r
finest pure silk Embroidered Cor- Muslin Gowns, Wash Dresses Jr. Fine Quality Mark.- Dram' ( t .!i , u . I'.n !' ' I'I'i 'Hf
Stockings. set Covers. full cut white ani Cf.lors liose; all colors 'o'lars. cih, nil ;. W '.
49c 151.49 89c 49c 38c 98c 10c V?
For Ladies' 75c For ladies' $2 50 For Todies' $1.50 For Girls' ! ." For Men'g fc For ."' .i s $12' For ! ; f ' ' i ''
Corsets. newest Oxfords, all new Deep Embroidery tine Dress.-s New S p r i r: t -;j 1 1 ?U : SjI- H r to,'. : ; .-.1 1 n'
style. spring styles. Petticoats. ages r, to 14. Dress Shirts. an n. aM at-es. o. :,. - v tt-.a'.
9c 49c 49c 25c 2Sc lOti 51.SS 49c"
For iAdies 15c For Indies 75c For Ladles' $1.00 For Girls' .,9 For Men's f.or For Mn's 1"c For 1' . s' K01 I'' -' '
Gauze Vests; lng Kimonas, Uvn and Tail- Fany Sprin I'nderwear, light -hop Ca;n in all S s 1- , .-. ; !)!
fine Quality. all colors. ored Waists. Bonnets. fjr hsvy weight cedors. ;.'. .': -' I
S2.98 49c 98c 10c 25c 5c 25c 10c
For Ladies $4 For Ladies' 75c For Indies $1.S0 For Girls' l'.c For Men's ."Or l-v,r ren's U Y r P. v." :n- y ,r I'. - s' l."'f
Embrold - Muslin Combina- Percale House Fast Black Rib Fine Quality o' Fine l?einsiffheJ H'avy i?-:vi. (v- K r 1 i k W Uib
ery Dress Sklrta. tion Suits. Dresses. Hose. Suspenders. i iandkercciefs. -r.ilK. Ilohe.