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Popular Effects in New Styles
The favorite of mil embroideries thi
rammer is to be the open English work.
Fortunately this embroidery, since it
can be worked so mnch more rapidly
than the fllled-in patterns. Is sot so
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expensive as the latter. English em-!
broidery can also be learned by the i
amateur, and with comparatively little !
expenditure of time and labor it is !
possible to make for one's self a most
satisfactorily effective bodice.
Bine worked upon a background -of
white is exceedingly smart, and mauve
is another color much in vogue this
season. An attractive gown is fashion
ed by embroidery of white batiste em
broidered In mauve, the gown bordered
with a deep band of mauve-colored
Mauve belt, hat and parasol com
plete this charming costume. Occasion
ally the gown Is all of white worn over
a slip of pink or blue that, against the
color, the beauty of the work may
show np with best effect.
Linen gowns also this summer show
a wealth of English embroidery. For
a dark linen gown made quite simply,
an Eton or bolero jacket of white em
broidery linen makes an effective fin
ish, and this jacket can also, of course,
serve its turn with other linen frocks
in the outfit.
PLinr A3TD STRIPED VOILE. .
Striped and plain colored voile is to
be as fashionable for mid-summer
frocks as for the gowns for city wear
during the last days of spring. Stripes
grow wider as the season advances,
but the color and the white line re
main of equal width. Black and white
is still a popular combination, and for
town, dark blues and greens with re
lief given in the broad white stripe are
exceedingly smart. For mourning,
black voile Is an excellent material,
dull in finish, deliciously light and cool
For hot weather voile should be
made on a foundation of lawn or China
silk rather than taffeta. If necessary
this lining can be boned and fitted as
well as satin or heavy silk.
At this time of year mohair coat
and skirt costumes commence to
make their appearance, and excellent
suits they are for warm days. Deep
purple with collar and cuffs of white
mohair is smart, but for pure service
there is nothing to compare to navy
blue or black, preferably of a Btriped
or check pattern.
For the wool suit of light colo
which must be provided in every sum
mer outfit there is nothing more saris-
factory in the long run than a good ,
quality of homespun of not too heavy
weight. "White or a deep cream is
perhaps most popular for this style of
dress, ejit the pale soft tones of pink,
blue, green and lavender shades
quite different from any made up for
city wear are unquestionably smartest.
Hats are undergoing an interesting
transformation, which, although slow,
is sure. Crowns are not so Targe,
brims are decidedly smaller, and the
hat which nearly covers the entire
head is not likely to last throughout
the summer.. There is a tendency
among the newest French hats to be
placed much higher on the head, and
it Is even rumored that bandeaux,
lifting the hat up from the hair, are
to return to vogue. It will be noticed
that while a number of last season's
bonnets are possible again this year.
they appear much larger tnan tney aia
when, packed away in the autumn,
which goes to prove undeniable return
of smaller shanes. Nor is It necessary
for the hat to match exactly the gown
with which it Is worn, althougn it
must, of course, bear reference to the
costume which It complements. Green
hats of all tones, from pale blush met-
rii to most vivid grass color, are
popular for both spring and summer
SAILOR SHAPES WOMT.
Sailor shapes, small in diameter, are
seen again with the brim slightly wider
at the back than in front. One quill
placed flat against the right side of the
crown and extending out some inches
beyond the hat itself is a smart model
for a traveling or shirt-waist hat. A
facing of black velvet will make almost
any hat becoming if the color is too
vivid against the face. For dress hats,
uncurled ostrich feathers are much in
The first figure 6hows a charming
little frock with one of the new gath
ered hip yokes. The bodice is quite
100 pair Single Tube Tires at
100 pairs casings converted
Single Tube Tires $1.50 each
JOHN KOCH 218-17thSt.
Specials for Saturday
Ladies wash skirts in linen, d ucking and percales to close them
out, we offer them as a Saturday special at 9c
Barber jacke's, in small sizes only 3gc
Huck towels with fancy borders from 5c up to 20c
Ladies muslin n'.gtit gowns, round neck, short sleeves, trimmed with
embroidery beading and ribbo n, special 69c
Farisian oor?ets, leng but not extreme, three Inch extension, four
lisle hose 6upporters Saturday's special $1.00
Ladles wide red and black patent leather belts, special at .. 39c
Silk pettlcoa's for only m $2.98
Indies skirts, fine materials and cf excellent make, values up to
$15.00 for Saturday only $3.98
See our ladies" suits, a very few left for only $7.48
Our bargain counters are an attraction themselves; a great assort
ment of useful and fancy articles at 6 and 10c
In Our Grocery Dept.
Shredded Wheat Biscuits, 2 pkgs. for. 25c
Grape Nuts, 2 pkgs. for . .-. 25c
Oriole orn Flakes. 3 pkgs. for 25c
Japan rice per pound 5c
Yeast foam, per pkg. 3c
Sugar 20 lbs. for $1.00
Fancy lives, per jar 25c
Bermuda onions per pound 5c
Yellow or white corn meal per sack 23c
Our White Rose four, gauranteed. per sack $1.39
5 dozen clothes pins for-.... '. 5c
Headquarters for Fruits and Vegetables.
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& LUX Cf Rock Island. 111.
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mid-summer outfit should be well on
its way by the end of April.
The Sympathetic Wateh.
The sympathetic watch is all very
well, writes a correspondent, but there
are many who find that their watches
can never be relied upon to behave
regularly. Generally the wearer Is
found to be of a very nervous disposi
tion, and it certainly looks as if this
communicated itself to the watch.
One inherited by the writer, which
bad kept pood time for years, imme
diately developed erratic tendencies
when worn by him and has never sot
out of thm. Only mce for n brief
space did a watch po refrain rly with
him. It was a Swiss one. which had
varied when worn in England, but
kept accurate time on a Swiss holiday.
And the question was whether it wa
the wearer's temporarily braced nerves
or the effect of its native air'on the
watch that did the trick. London
Spoiled His Speech.
"When I rose to speak It was so
still in the hall you could have beard
I a pin drop."
"Well. I stood there for a moment
looking out over the audience and
i framing my first sentence, and I am
i sure that I should have been able to
! get along all right, but Just before I
; had got ready to utter my first word
i no!i fool in the back end of the hall
! veiled. "Louder !'V-Judge.
i Licensed to Wed.
jWood Kennedy Conesville. Iowa
Mrs. Pearl Lovelett.. Conesville, Iowa
Wesley W. Fotsch Muscatine
Miss Elva Farrand Moline
Leonard Mark Moline ; Martin Smith
Miss Ethel M. Root .Chicago ; Mrs. Laura Kasenberg
Victor Hagmond .Rock Island ' Andrew F. Feterson ..
I Miss Emma Wendele Rock Island; Miss Rila A. Norton Molino
OUR BEAUTY SHOP
Stands for everything that is strittly high Ciass
Hair dressing that Is correct, elegant and becoming.
Manicuring that Is gentle and thorough.
Scalp treatment for hair that is falling or turning gray.
Scientific facial massage that will youthify and beautify.
Our shampoos are the best.
BODY MASSAGE AND CHIROPODY SPECIALTIES.
A complete line of hair goods, nets and combings made up to
order. Evening hours by appointment.
Mrs. V. B. Bennage
Phone West 953. 1825 Second avenue. Rock Island, 111.
plain. In peasant style, with a collar
and revers of lace. Buttons and braid
finish the closing outline. The second
illustration shows a princess tunic of
figured challie with a foundation skirt
of messaline sarin. The Ruimpe Is of
set. and lace banding adds an effective
touch cf decoration.
COSTIME FOR OUT OF DOORS.
In this day and generation, girls and
women who go in at all for the differ
ent fashionable sports should plan this
: department of their wardrobe well
'ahead of time. At present the favorite
tennis costume consists in a bodice of
madras or linen, made with long
sleeves, with either soft or starched
cuffs, and a skirt of duck, pique, or
butcher's linen, cut with long, straight
! lines and affording sufficient fullness
for absolute comfort A box-pleat, back
and front, pressed flat to the very
edge of the hem, but not stitched more
than a few inches below the knee so
that the folds can open out, will give
the necessary width, for a run across
the court. Nothing like the amount of
material is allowed, however, as for
merly in the pleat, and, indeed, a fairly
narrow skirt is more comfortable in
a sporting dress than the old model ;
with its unnecessary yards of stuff to j
wrap i'self about one In the wind.
FRILLS OF SHEER MATERIAL.
The prettiest finish for & tennis waist j
consists in a band-scalloped frill of j
6heer French linen fastened to the col- ;
lar, back and front, by small gold or :
bone collar buttons. There is a separ-.
ate frill placed over the button-hole j
flap down the center of the bodice. ,
This frill is the same width as that
about the throat about four Inches
and knife-pleated. A bright colored
knitted tie or a wide bow of satin or
taffeta ribbon of becoming shade makes
a pretty finish at the throat with the
fine white frill and low collar.
It Is etill early for summer outdoor
costumes, it is true, but in this uncer-
for a spell of hot weather, which may 1
arriTS at any day and again may cot i
be upon us for another month. Fore
warned is forearmed, however, and the
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HOME OF REAL BARGAINS
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1152 West 2nd Street.
6 A. 10c STORE
Why we sell clothes on credit for less than cash stores can afford to ask for them
WE SAVE .ON MEMT'
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Ladles' $20 and $22 Suits in fine
imported serges in black, navy,
gray, tan and white. Satin lined
coats, all of the latest T
6tyle, for nJ-tl
Ladles' $5 and $6 Spring Hats
on special sale tomorrow In
large and small shapes, trimmed
i flowers and QQ
velvets for tjUO
Ladies $3 oxfords in tans and
Ladies' and Misses' Lawn
dresses in all QQ
sizes for IOC
Ladies' 75c long or l Q
short kimonas for rxiC
Ladies' fall sized mus- QQ
lin gowns for OiC
Ladies' $1.50 lace and embroid
ery shirt QO
waists for UOL
Ladies' 75c embroidered black
fpor.c.oa.u... .: 49c
Ladies' fine embroidered 1Q
corset covers for -LcC
Ladies regular 75c em- AQ
broidered chemise for.. 4tt7C
Ladies' 39c Knit O
union suits for sLiC
Girls' $1 Chambray dresses in
We sell you the
good3 when you
want them and
you make a de
posit on same and
pay the balance in
We show only
the best and new
Our being located
on the 2nd floor
permits us to sell
you goods at
than if we had to
pay the high rent
of the ground
Men's $18 Spring suits made of
pure wool materials. Including
the fine blue serges and made
by high claas tailors for us.
A special In Men's $10 Suits in
all sizes and a largo variety of
pattern to select Af
from for 0JUU
Men's $3 1 la la in all the new
Men's 75c new spring Q Q
Ldress shirts for OOL
"Men's anion suits in porous.
mesh and bal- A Q
brlggan for TtL
Men's porous mesh underwear,
Men's soft collar QQ
work shirts for fJuC
Men's $3 medium weight wool
Boys' $4 spring suits In the'
latest patr Qf QQ
terns for dUO
Boys' 7e blue serge knicker
pants, all AQt
sizes, for x7V
Boys' 75c newest 'style Q
in spring hats for
Boys' porous meeh union suits,
all sizes, 20C
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