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THE ROCK ISLAND AKGUS, FHIDAV, .MAT. 26. .1911.
Memory of Dead Soldiers and
Sailors to Be Honored by
PARADE IS SET FOR 9:30
Ceremonies at Court House in Morn
ing and at Chippiannock in
John Buford post, No. 243, G. A.
R, today announced the completion
of the official program of the exer
cises to commemorate Memorial day
in Rock Island. Captain J. M.
Beardsley. P. F. Cox and E. H, Bow
man compose the reception commit-1
tea, and George E. Bailey, Thomas j
Campbell and William McConochle j
the cemetery committee. E. H. j
Bowman will be master of ceremon
ies and John Ohlweiler marshal of
the day. The day's ceremonies will
begin with a parade at 9:30, the
line to form at the south side of
court house square between Four
teen and Fifteenth streets. The
line of march will be east on Third
avenue to Twentieth street; north on j
Twentieth to Second avenue; west on
Second to court nouse square, where
the following program will be pre
Eugle call to the assembly.
Patriotic selection Bleuer's band.
Son?. School children, directed by
E. L. Philbrook.
Prayer Chaplain H. C. First.
Song. "Flag Without a Stain"
Mrs. J. W. Crandall.
Introduction E. H. Bowman.
Oration Rev. Frank C. Bruner,
Kong, "My Country, 'Tis of Thee"
Services conducted at monument.
Tusic Martial band.
Song, "The Red, White and Blue"
Grand Army service John Bu
Salute to the dead Company A
Reading. Lincoln's Gettysburg Ad
dress Lewis Wilson.
Song, ""America' Audience.
Taps, last bugle call Ed Bleuer.
Music Bleuers band.
C IIIPPlAOrK fKMETERV, 2iSO P. M.
Captain J. M. Beardsley, master of
John Ohlweiler, marshal of day.
Bugle call to the assembly Ed
Patriotic selection Bleuer's band.
Song, "Boys of the Old Brigade"
Decoration of soldiers' graves.
Prayer Rev. W. G. Oglevee.
Co-Operative Store Co.
Rock Island, 111
Saturday, May 27, 1911
Chicken so Tip with noodles
Hot egg bouillon. ........
Chicken biscuit .......
Lettuce and onions.......
Apple sauce .....
Tomatoes sliced ,
Pork and potatoes and brown gravy
Roast beef and mashed potatoes, brown gravy
Mashed potatoes with brown gravy
Potato salad i. .
Creamed peas ......-.. ..
Beef and dressing
Chicken biscuit and mashed potatoes
Sweet or sour pickles
Lettuce with mayonnaise dressing
Deviled egg sandwich
Cheese sandwich ................... ..... ....
Roast beef sandwich wtth brown gravy
Bread and butter
Corn bread ......
Tea b toco its
Sliced oranges .......... ............
Strawberry short cake
Pla a la mode
Bananas and cream
Cake a la mode ..
Cream, apple, rhubarb and pumpkin pie .....
Strawberries and cream
Bread pudding with cream
Tea, coffee, milk
Hot chocolate and wafers with cream
Iced tea and Iced coffee
Strawberry vanilla and chocolate Ice cream
All Hnen IB-inch toweling, blue border, per yard g0
Ladies tan hose, regular 17 s values, per pair 12VC
Dress ginghams in tans with small figures and stripes,
special per yard . . ... 40
8tx-lnch taffeta rfbbon, pure black, also In floral designs,
for Saturday yard jgc
Regular $1.25 night gowns, round neck, short sleeves,
trimmed with insertion and linen lace, for Saturday, each . H 98c
Ladles' circular drawers, trimmed with real linen lace,
Sc value, for Saturday, each 79c
Sheer batiste, pretty designs, per yard , JQc
In Our Grocery Dept.
Columbia milk, six cans for 25e
Tsgaurok macaroni, imported, per package ISc
Red salmon in tall cans per can 179o
Japan rice, not broken, per pound 5c
Quaker corn Cakes, four packages for 25c
Cans sugar. 20 pounds for $1.00
Santa Claus soap, seven bars for 25c
Teast Foam, per package 3c
Flour has advanced but our White Rose Is the same, sack $1.39
Headquarters for Fruits and Vegetables.
Cfnrn 1615-1617 2d Ave.
w LKJJL Zf Rock Island. 111.
Introduction Captain J. M. Beards
ley. - Oration Rev. H. W. Reed.
Song "The Gray and the Blue"
Grand Army service John Buford
Salute to the dead Company
Song, "Brave Hearts Sleep"
Reading, Lincoln's Gettysburg Ad
dress Lewis Wilson.
.Song. "America" Audience.
Taps Ed Bleuer.
Benediction Rev. W. G. Oglevee.
Patriotic selection Bleuer's band.
FOR THE 7TAVAL, DEAD.
Services in memory of the dead
sa0or8 will be conducted by the Wo
mans Relief corps In the morning
at the foot of Seventeenth street.
Commander P. F. Cox of Buford post
will deliver the address.
At the conclusion of the exercises
at court house square luncheon will
be served in Memorial hall by the
Womans Relief corps.
FORGOT TAX LEVY
Illinois Senate Failed to Pass!
Measure Providing for
OVERSIGHT IS SERIOUS
Will. However, Have Chance to Rem
edy It May 31 or at Special
Springfield, 111., May 26. The
legislature forgot to pass the state
tax levy bill, providing for $19,500,
000. Whgm the lawmakers departed
Saturday morning, the senate left the
little item reposing in the appropria
tion box in the filing cabinet over
looked, neglected and forgotten in
the mad rush of the windup hours.
It was discovered there af
ter Elmer Hill, an attache of the
secretary of state's office, had
checked up all the bills dispensing
and providing funds and had missed
the greatest bill of the lot.
The forgotten measure provides
the necessary revenue for state pur
poses for the next two years, $7,
750,000 a year for general and $2,
000,000 a year for schools.
MAY PASS MAY 31.
Relief is in sight, however. The
bill either will be passed May 31,
when the assembly comes back for
sine die adjournment, or it will go
over to form an item in Governor i
Deneen's call for a special session. '
No one is worrying, and the oversight j
is regarded as a feather from for-;
tune's cap for the governor, as it af-!
fords additional reason for a special '
Just now the legislators on the
ground are trying to determine the
victim upon whom the $19,500,000
lapse of memory is to be "hung."
The bill was reported to the senate
from the house May 16 and was re
ferred to the appropriations commit
tee of which Senator Charles P.
Hurburgh is chairman, May 17 or
two days before business was wound
up. Senator Hurburgh Is not in
town, but the general theory is he
was so engrossed in joint conferences
the one over the omnibus bill last
ing until 5 o'clock Saturday morn
ing that he forgot all about the tax
Just forty-five J70ihitb
years ago ourmfK''m.m Mklffi U
y fathers fought jjjg'p vfvH Mmi
ill They fought for union, for liberty and for J&Ml
21 bigger, better union. Today, this country WT&h r
j is acknowledged by all to be the most powerful k JdjMk JfzM& ' J
tfl and most v,ea.,hy nation of the wo4 Our liMMIM 'k
'. fathers fought a good nght and they won. JSJ7 MlSa S&K&SS? It
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buy the desired ti
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- BL . . S
The wearers of the blue and the gray were
put to fierce tests and the blue and the gray
clothing they wore was not always neat and
new. But the wearers of the blue and the
gray suits that come from Gately's will find
that the material from which the garments
are made is none the less durable, will give
long wear and will always look neat, for the
Gately way of selling clothing dictates that the
goods must be of the very best fabric and
So if you want a blue or a gray or a brown
or a stripe or "any other sort of a suit, come
to our store. We sell men's suits from
The ladies, too, have not been forgotten . They will want to appear at their best next Tuesday at the Me
morial services. No need to wait until pay day or. until you have saved up enough money to
dress or skirt. Buy the modern way from Gately's. Pay as you get paid.
The Gately way of doing business is for the customer to come in, select the goods, make a
down, take the goods home and wear them and then Day as you get paid.
We are making a special inducement to ladies who buy their Memorial day dress now and are quoting reduced
prices on any suit in the store.
Warm Weather Dresses S2.50 and Up
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307309 20th St., Reck Island
Davenport Physician, Picked Up on
Ninth Street, Fined 10 snd
Dr. Thomas Bymes of Davenport was
arrested at an early hoar this morning
by Ofllcer George Banker, while driv
ing (his automobile north on Ninth
street. He was fined $10 and costs for
exceeding the speed limit. He paid.
Notice of Dissolution.
I hereby give notice to the public
that O. C. Trent and Gas Fisher of the
Illinois Mosaic Tile company have dis
solved partnership, and be It known
that I will not be responsible for any
debts contracted by Mr. Trent under
the name of said firm from this date
Mr. Fisher win continue in the cement
and tile business for himself and will
greatly appreciate any orders which
can be given him.
(Signed) GTS FISHER.
Eugene Field School Leads.
Today the last collection of school
pupils' savings was made by the State
bank. The amounts deposited follow.
Eugene Field f 41.56
Horace Mann 27.3 1
Ireland's Population Less.
London. May 26. Ireland has a pop
ulation of 4.381,951, according to the
census. This is a decrease of 76,S2i in
TRYING TO GROW
Experiments are being conducted at
PPARJ C the fresh water clam, to artificially pearls would undoubtedly in time be
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produce conditions which win lrau toj";"1'-' '" "-
Grown clams, .,,.1r,T T
UAVLiMrum ib iu duuoi
C. S. Bioloiriral Station at Fai: port ! the forming of pearls.
are Deing ireuicii idti iiko iiif iumi
tion of foreign matter in the tissues
in the hone that wcarls will be formed
the biological station near Fairport j aroimd the particles so placed . Shor'd
established by the government within 1 the experiments succeed a new Indus
the last frear for the propagation of j try would be created and the price of
I.-(lc Will Have 40O
hers iu Uai'Milf Here.
Davenport lodge, at a meeting
last night, promised to send a dele
gation of 4"i', hfuded Iiy a 4 0-pi 3
band, to tske p;irt in f lie opening;
parade rf (lie Hock Inland Mco:.
trmlo week lflr;itirin. The Day .
jiort boys Ui? iiithusiast'c over tlfl
iom-illlan3 I" ,n'a '. and say thoy Mill
contrilii;! !li-ir .siiaro towards mak
ing it a BUCCOSB.
All the news all iho time The Argus
The splendid work of Chamberlain's
Stomach and Liver Tablets is daily
coming to HghL No such grand rem
edy for liver and bowel troubles was
ever known before. Thousands bless
them for curing constipation, sick
headache, biliousness, jaundice acl in
digestion. Sold fcy all druggists.
All the news all the time The
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ll5y2 West 2nd Street.
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6 & 10c STORE
Men's Spring Suits, made of pure
erials Including fine blue serges
valued at $18, now priced
Bargains in Men's and Young
Suits in a variety of patterns
fabrics worth up to $15.00;
our price ,
A special in Men's . $10 Suits,
bargain ever offered for
of best wool
Men's regular $3 wool pants in all colors and
sizes, both in heavy and
medium weight for
Your choice of Boys' $4 suits In a variety of
both light and dark patterns In
ages 7 to 16; our price
Men's 69c Shirts with or without the collars
in all the new spring pat
terns, our price
Sfen's Union Suits In the balbriggan and
porous mesh in all sizes.
Will sell for
iorn' "5c Wool Knlcker Pants In blue
fn sizes on to 16.
Men's porous mesh underwear,
all sizes for
newegt Btyie in spring
Boys' Porous Mesh union suits,
all sizes for
Boys' 50c overalls In
all sizes for
Men's $2.25 American Ca!f
Blucher Shoe for
Ladies' Spring Suits In fine imported serges
in black, navy, gray, tan and white, with satin
lined coats, all the latest styles, valued (J- ff
at $22, now priced at I vl"
Bargains in Ladies' and Misses' $4 trimmed
white or black voile skirts, new CO QQ
pleated models, will go for 00
Ladles' and Misses' 54-inch coats made of
Cloth of Gold and Bengaline, Qrj f f
regular price $10, will sell for .... t)t)U
Ladies' $12 allover embroidery dresses in
white, pink and light blue Qr (rr
our price 5 -
Ladles' $5 bordered Lawn Dresses, a Qn QQ
special for Saturday at, only t)i0
Ladles' $2 Linen Dress Skirts In Q- ff
white, tan and blue, our price OA.UU
Ladles' $2 waists In square and round nerk,
both in kimono and short sleeves and QQ
In the hite and colored embroidery.. UOC
Ladies' $1 oxfords in the 2-strap, Q-J A Q
both in patents and velvet for vli'lJ
Ladies' and Misses' Lawn Dresses no
in all sizes JOC
Ladies' white petticoat with QQ
deep embroidery flounce oC
L?l!es 7rc long lawn kimonos, in
will sell for HcOC
Ladles' 50c Knit Union Suits in OPr
regular and extra sizes for JdOC
Ladles' 15c gauze vests In regular "iflrm
and extra sizes for