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THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS, FRIDAY. JULY 14, 1911.
The Use of Lace Bands Over a Color
There is so little to the up-to-date tone, or" turquoise in quality,' and the
6eparate waist with lt short propor- amethyst and the emerald are well
Uone. low neck, .hort, Bleere-lnoue- represented. Sometimes a "P"
with-bodice, that it seems a very tiny!11" """l,",,
and cunning affair, but it is by no , am of changeable lights and its
mean unimportant; but rather lfte pearl beadlD8 or, JPwele banJlnS- As
tie bonnet, which, "though no larger
than a dime, the getting of it settled ;
proved tobea work of time:" And so.
observed that the truly beautiful
I shades that fairly melt your heart
1 1 '
I.. ; I j
(lav. rlr-tlill'l F
li nt i r f(r
:in riot in vying with
unique and original
j "chou" or little tie with fringed enda
' or piping or cording, bias satin folds
' or Bome such use of color in great re
straint is in far better taste than
I The same rule holds good for lace.
' If one must economize, do so on the
quantity and not the quality. Lace is
in great demand and this demand has
brought about a wonderful supply in
every shape, pattern and make in truly
; wonderful machine-made imitations.
The first figure shows a charming
' frock fashioned for afternoon wear. It
; was developed of black and white fou
lard, trimmed with all-over filet lace.
There is no dress so convincing in
'. its appeal as the simple white gown o?
j immaculate freshness. The one shown
I in the second illustration was fashion
ed of white linen, elaborately trimmed
with Irish crochet banding. Any of
the soft summer fabrics would be suit
able for its development,
'ace. but there is no limit to materials
for the blouse or to ideas for its orna
mentation. All the soft silks, satins,
n:ousseline de soie, messaline, chiffon,
voiles, gauzes, tissues, laces and nets
are used. As to color, there" was a
general stampede for coral pink In the
spring, but the fickle women have got
ten sidetracked on all the colors of
the rainbow. lxKjking upon a flutter
of afternoon tea butterflies of fashion
the kaleidoscope they present glows
as with oriental gems. The reds re
semble pigeon's blood like the Burmah
:e rubies, yellows play the gamut of
the topaz, blues are sapphire-like in
Hands of Iiiirh crochet or point te
enise are laid over vivid cherry col
ored satin or emerald green, with
Decorations of border and bandius
are very popular and there are designs
and combinations of color to suit every
taste. There still remains no choicer
embellishment than band needlework.
French k.ots combined witii uu:'o';
t.ai in-;-u"i and couching oi gol'i
thread or .lajwiiese yold cord ar-.'
ainonu the most aiiiaciive decorations.
eiy iii h iu effect. All-over braiding
with dull-gold cord or bla. k or white
oilk soutache is also tremendously ef
f cti ve.
SometimeH an imported waist will
show a biK flat Frenchv bow-knot
! of every wardrobe. There are comfort
! able, stylish and dainty house-gowns,
dressing sacques, kimonos, bathrobes,
etc., and it is wcaderfully clever how
, they all, including the new bathing
suits, bear all the hallmarks of the
latest styles. The mosi adorable neg
ligees are short-waisted, with deml
train, elbow sleeves, lace-trimmed
fichu or fancy sailor collar. They show
the peasant sleeve, the bolero, surplice
neck, cordeliere at waist, and are often
made with the dearest of fancy chem
isette and baby under-sleeves.
For general utility there are all
klnda of fancy cotton crepes, chiffon
voiles, soft silks. chalHes, light-weight
woolen fabrics like voile, nun's veiling
and momie cloth. But for summer
wear do not fail to provide a comfy
fr 'bis wee o v-r-blouse, until stitched flat all over the waist front:
it is iuale of thin double-faced ribbon
Hnil turned here and there to show both
sides as the loops and ends are made.
Kvery woman is interested in "com
fy" clothes. These are no lonepr slio-
sejiara'e waist has endeared itself shod hideosities, but are marvels of
Krace and charm. They show an at-
tiactive trimness very like the empire
liiniii r go ns or the princess tea
Negligees ar an indispensable part
1:hvo actually made two ski-
tits of different materials, closed it
.. 4 ::ally from the waistline at the
-.;t to Hie shoulder a' the left, uni
.ijied tiie opening with a lace jabot
r many reasons well known to
oman Its practical development to
.. consists of f. fitted lining and
inipe Bnd over-blouse. The guiuipe
r yoke is conceded to be of net or,
H : ! a
tions and edges and colored ribbons or
soft silk sashes. However they be
made, all the decorative garnishings
4re open to you for their adornment.
Bands and borders, frf.ls, insertions,
hand scalloping, feather stitching, em
broidering, cut-work, laoe and fringe
which latter, by the way. is fast com
ing into favor again, and will be worn
extensively when we return to fall and
winter clothing. It is preferably silk.
In all shades and widths, but novelty
fringes appear in chenille, beads, bu
bles, etc. Even for summer wear one
sees it extensively used on sash ends,
tie ends, hat scarfs, parasols and some
classic ball gowns.
Declares He Hm Never Entertained
Idea of Being Candidate for
Duquoin. 111., July 14. State
Treasurer Edward E. Mitchell, who
was boosted for the republican nom
ination for governor last week by
the Southern Illinois Herald, pub-'
lished at Carbbndale, issued a state
ment in that paper yesterday defin
ing his attitude.
He states in terms that can not
be misconstrued that he never has
entertained the idea of being a can
didate for the governsbip and says
further: "My conception of the qual-,
ideations for this great office so far '
exceeds my abilities that, to me, it
would seem the utmost presumption
to allow my name to be mentioned
in connection with same."
Mr. Mitchell was boomed as a can-.
didate from "Egypt" following the
! announcement of Secretary of State
Rose that he would have nothing to j
do with the race for governor but
would be a candidate for his present '
Get Your Dry Kindling Now.
Having contracted for the entire out-;
put of dry shop wood of the Roci .
Island Sash and Door works, which con
sists mostly of hard pine, in stove and
furnace lengths, we are prepared i
meet the demand for winter kindling
and light stove wood. Now is a good
time to lay in your supply. Rock Is-.
land Sand & Gravel Co. Old phone. '
V 05, New phone, 5107. Office 119
outfit in washable white. Nothing is
more bewitching lhan dotted swiss.
dotted net. dotted crepe, mull, lawn or
batiste, with lots of little lace inser-
Notice of Meeting.
The annual meeting of the stock-1
holders of the Black Hawk Homestead ;
Building. Loan and Saving association ,
will be held at the office of said asso
ciation. Buite 210 People's National '
bank building, on Tuesday, July 18,
1911. at the hour of 8 o'clock p. m., for '
the purpose ofielecting four directors
for the period of three years, and any
other business fhat may properly com
before the meeting. ,
H. H. CLEAVELAND,
T. J. MEDIL.L,
Buys Anything in
Furniture, Carpets. Rugs, Draperies
Men's, Women's and Children's Clothing
Pays the Balance
Our semi-annual $1.00 Down Sale has al
ways been the most popular of all sales.
Make your selections now and when you
need these things most and PAY LATER
WHEN YOU GET PAID.
We Invite Comparison
Shop around town, then come to us. You
will find we will save you money on every
Better Goods. Lower Prices
Easier Terms of Payment
way, $1 per
week, $ 4
Twentieth Street Busy Credit Store
307-309 29th St., Rock Island, III.
for a short
All the news all tne time The,
Not a Backward Season Sale or an Overstocked Sale (as we have had the best season in our business career, because of right
prices) but a general clean up of all remaining summer wearables, to make room for the Best, Nobbiest and. Most Up-to-Date and
Lowest Priced Siock of Fall Merchandise we have ever had the pleasure to show, which begins to arrive in a couple of weeks. So
we give you two weeks of bargain giving. .
Sale Begins Saturday, July 15, to Saturday, July 29
25 Discount on Men's and
Boys Fancy Summer Suits
$25.00 suits now $18.75
$22.50 suits now $16.90
$20.00 suits now $15.00
$18.00 suits now $13.50
$15.00 suits now . .' $11.25
25 Off on Straw Hats
$5.00 hats now $3.75
$4.00 hats now $3.00
$3.00 hats now $2.25
$2.00 hats now $1.60
$1.50 hats now $1.12
$1.00 hats now 80c
20 Oft on Blue Serge Suits
$25.00 suits now $20.00
$22.50 suits now $18.00
$20.00 suits now $16.00
$18.00 suits now $14.40
$15.00 suits now $12.00
20 Off on Caps
$1.00 caps now 80c
75c caps now 60c
50c caps now 40c
A lot of 50c boys and children's caps
25 Oft on Knee Pants Suits
$6.00 suits now $4.50
$5.00 suits now $3.75
$4.00 suits. now $3.00
$3.50 suits now $2.63
$3.00 suits now $2.25
20 Off on Summer Underwear
and Union Suits
$2.00 underwear, now $1.60
$1.50 underwear now $1.20
$1.00 underwear now 80c
50c underwear now .' 40c
25c underwear now 20c
20 Oft on All Single Pants
$6.00 pants now $4.80
$5.00 pants now $4.00
$4.00 pants now $3.20
$3.00 pants now $2.40
$2.00 pants now $1.60
20 Off on Raincoats' and,
$25.00 coats now '. . $20.00
$20.00 coats now $16.00
$18.00 coats now $14.40
$15.00 coats now $12.00
$12.50 coats now $10.00
$1.00 Shirts 89c 31.50 Shirts $1.29 50c Shirts 45c Best work shirts on market, all union made, 45c
A lot of 35c and 38c neckwear . 25c
a lot of 50c linen and white ducks tams for children . . . . 10c Don't fail to take a peep at our show windows when you are down our way.
SALE PRICE FOR CASH ONLY
"Rock Island's Best Value Clothing Store"
ULLEME ITER, The Clothier
Next door east McCabe's 2d Aye. Entrance