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MAY SEND RIVAL IN
WAKE OF PRESIDENT.
SOUVENIRS GIVEN AWAY.
Thousands of beautiful and valuable souvenirs
given away on a scale never before approached in
the tri-cities. We take pleasure in being generous
at any and all times, but especially so on this,
our 41st ANNIVERSARY.
WHEN IT COMES TO SOUVENIRS the
more you buy the better the souvenir. There are.
however, fine souvenirs for purchases at $1.00,
$2.00, $3 00, $5.00. etc. as well as for the larger
amounts. You simply can't miss it.
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TTTE ROCK ISILNTJ ARGUS. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 30, 1911.
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Oct. 2d to 7th
Men's Furnishing Dept.
Teems with Bargains
The greatest tblrt bargains It baa
ever been our good fortune to offer tn
dress, ultra dress, street and work
shirts at JLf-0. $1.00. a -t
6c, l&r, 50c and 4lC
Any ho a you buy here this tall is a
little better than anything offered
heretofore at the same price. For
men's 51. Co silk hose, special Anni
versary flier. (q
Silk Lisle Hose, 33c and 50c grades,
MEN'S FOUR-IN-HAND SILK TIES,
TjOc value q (L
Alt the newest colorings and Bhaj.es
in higher priced neckwear is found
here for less. The rew knitted ties
o much in style at 25c, 50c and $1.' 0.
Ask to see the Cheney SIk Ties, the
colorings are exceptional, tL(
any of the6 are s)C
NEW ALL OVER net laces in
handsome patterns, tL A
up from JrC
NEW BABY IRISH in rich designs
lo greater vogue than AQ
ever, up from Jx.rO
WIDE HEAVY BANDS in Irish
Crochet are very popular a large
assortment at $3 65 CiCL
and on don to jLUC
EMBROIDERIES. For the Anni
versary sak we have a special pur
cbaFe of edgings and insertions in
different widths, priced at 1 f
25c. 19c. 15c and lUC
TRIMMINGS. Braids and beaded
trimming;! have the rail this fall.
Net baud trimmings are also much
wanted. We are ahowinz for the
Anniversary a beautiful line of
the latest novelties and patterns
in these and ofhr popular trim
mings many priced CiCL
from $5. on to JC
The New Roman
We are showing splendid assort
ment of there beautiful silks in
navy, brown. myrtle, reseda. Copen
hagen, tan. cardinal and wh'te
grrunds. all 24 inches
wide, at. a yard .
Pertaining to Shoes Today and a Year Ago
Increased Patronage Merited by Shoe Economy.
Lat vear at this time we were ju?t settled in our new Shoe Department and every day
since then we have been busy perfecting and building.
Men's, Women's &
Today we feel that every patron
Eastern and Western
Women Shoe Styles
THE EASTERN SHOE MER
CHANTS are snowing more of the
long vamps, narrower and reced
ing toes while the general call
from Chicago west is for short
vamp, high toe styles, we show
both styles in all leathers and all
fabrics at $6.00. 5 tL(
$5.00, $4.00 and O.JU
Men's Street, Dress and Work
Shoes for Less
We say for less. If our price is the same as you
usually pay the shoe is better. In other words we
are giving more for the money. Tan Bhoes for
most purposes are having the call. Dull leathers
are next, and patents next, at $4, $5 and $6; there
is no tompari-on either in the complete Btyle as
sortment for young and old or in value. Corupaer
them with sh es sold at a dollar a pair more.
OUR SPECIAL MADE LINE OF $3.00 WELT
SEWED SHOES are corkers. 10 styles in tan calf,
dull calf and l ot talf. any style, $3 I'O.
appreciates our effort. The In
creased patronage has grown by
leaps and bounds, and why
shouldn't it. for no where In the
Tri-Cities is shoe economy so pro
ncunced. or are advance shoe
styles shown in as complete an as
sortment for all ages and purpose
Our Special Made
Line of $3.00 Shoes
The best fitting, best wearing and
most stylish shoes you ever saw
for the money. They come in tan
Russia, dull calf, patent and kid
leathers and waterproof craven-
ette. for the Anni
versary, we say
Evening and Party
Slippers of Elegance
Satins, velvets, castors, suedes,
corduroy and vtent and kid
leathers, some are-, plain, others
are ornamented and trimmed with
cut steel, jets, beads and rhlne
stones. We also tint satin slip
pers to match any gown.
Boys', Girls', Children's and
This year we have another new and very attract
ive style in the Aviator high top boots, quite dif
ferent from the Nemo and Jockey boffts of pre
ceding years. Particularly attractive are the Btyles
for girls and children with white buttons and tassel
to match. We carry these styles in two heights at
from $2.00 to $3.00, according to size.
CLASS-MATE AND PLA-M ATE SHROES for boys
and children are made to stand the test and no oth
ers will please parents quite bo well, all leathers
for dress and school wear.
Hoys' shoes from $1.50 to S3 OO
As the Corset Fits, So Does the Gown. One
Can't Be Too Particular About the Corse?.
Would you have the correct in corsetry. let it he one of the smart new models of the Regis Corsets
every detail is perfect 'he low hist, the long hip at'd back, the fashionable new blight, waist curve are all
features of the Regis. We have the exclusive saie of these f:it:irv:s ltf-gis Corsets for the three cities, that's
why we are able to name all r,f the special low prices on them ou have eo often seen quoted by us, thnt's
one of the reasons the sales of these Regis Corsets continue to doubie almost every year.
You will find here all of the best makes. The Rejris. the Redfern, American Lady, the Ron Ton, the La
CamiHe. Adjusto, Kabo. Nemo, AU Spirite, the Royal Worchester nd all the other celebrates.
To create a real Corset Sensation .on this, our 41st Anniversary, we'll sell the latest model dollar corsets nil
forenoon Monday and Tuesady for just half. ."oc 50c, only 50c
Kach afternon both days till closing time, the newest models $2.50 Corsets for just half, $1.25, two after
noons at just half (Sons to dealers) $1 25
The Millinery Center
FOR THE THREE CITIES IS AT
THIS STORE. 30 milliners, sales
women and assistants make up a
force equal to the requirements of
many women. If you come here
you'll be absolutely sure of securing
the latest and most exclusive milli
nery styles, and if you desire to
practice economy you will find the
M'CABE PRICES always a little less
During this 41st Annlvereary sale
we Intend to unite high, quality and
exclnstvenees with moderate prices
in a manner that will show the ad
vantages of this McCabe organisation
both in reliability and in sayings In
such pronounced fashion as to leave
no doubt in the minds of the public
that McCabe 'e is the best place to
do your, buying.
Fancy China Reduced
Salad bewls in German. French and
Austrian china, large variety decora
tions, values up to AO.
$1.00. choice OC
On the 25c table you will find putt
and hair boxes, plates, trays, candle
holders, nut bowls, etc., etc., values
up to double this price, CttL
take your pick at jLjQ,
8 inch salad bowls in the finest Amer
ican cut glass assorted aesigns, rich
ly polished and
worth to $C.OO for O.ijO
The Jewelry Dept.
is filled with things of beauty for
the Anniversary oale.
HANDSOME MESH t- g
BAGS, $2.25 to J)U
NEW WATCHES for men and wo
men in gold lilied and solid gold,
priced as low $12
DIAMOND JEWELRY In brooches,
lockets, links, stick pins,, festoon
necklaces, etc., newest Ideas and
STERLING FILLED tea spoons,
set of six, $2..r.fl values, J QQ
for this sale JJ..0
STERLING SILVER Qft
hat pins iJC
QUADRUPLE PLATED, engraved
sandwich platea, this is the 'first
time we have ever been able to
offer them under $3.50, rt flr
this once Z,D)
-the Savings Mean Much
Purchase the New Curlains Now
rs, lUht and hravy weUht drapxry materials. iiav- u.eii iuuimS m on
ete. little pricf-s will prevail during the coming week.
Overdrape Materials. $-'.'0 yard i-ace t uriains. ,m.v io..jjf
to VfC Couch Covers. $12 to.. 10
Cretonnes. Ticking, etc.. $1T Curtain Swiss 30c ti G' 2c
20C Curtain Madras. .-e to...iiC
For weeks the new fall
us till now the assortm
f'urtaln Nets. $2 yd
Fortlers. $25. oo to
ents are comple
to 12 2
YOU'LL NEED BLANKETS AND COMFORTERS NOW. TAKE ADVANTAGE OF
THE ANNIVERSARY SALE PRICES. We are ex-ceedingly proud of of this season's
showing of blankets, comforters, bed spreads, etc. A most complete assortment to
cover your wants with prices considering quality.lower than ever.
Blankets. $17.50 to .
Comforters. 55. 50 to
Pillows, $4.5" to ...
. -72C Sheets. $1.25 to ' 4 1 Red Seta. $7.5A to...J4 50
9Sf Pillow Cases, ? to ...10 Hath Robing, $125 to SI -IS
65 Hed Spreads, $S.5(t to . . SOC Crib Riankets, $ 1.75 to. .49C
THE NEW FALL FURNITURE, CARPETS AND RUGS AWAITS YOU
Hundreds o! Pieces Advantageously Bought now at Specialty Lowered Anniversary Sale Prices
Wool Filled Ingrains. J5.95. Size
The bir third floor with its immense stock of new fall furniture, carpets and rugs has much to of- 9x12 ingrain rug. big assortment of
fer to the Anniversary Sale Shopper. Hundreds of pieces were bought at big reductions over the patterns and colors.
reular factory prices (due to the most hearty cooperation of various manufacturers, willing to
contribute to the success of the 41th Anniversary Sale and are now being offered at corresponding
ly reduced prices. Here's a few of the anniversary bargains awaiting you
Fine Brass Beds for $16.50. your
rtvM'o of either polifhd or satin fin-is-h
2 in posts.
Heavy Brass Bd for $13.95. a won
derful alue in an all sar-n fir.i.h, 2
Elegant Briss Bed for S29.75, an ex- ;
tr.t hojtvy brass bed :'h fancy top j
.-.wn r" t , n i j
$;5.C0 Steel Tubing 6ed for $11.20. j
w .'. - i': i ..m .ti i'iiis pojifs tnd Ver- I
Lade' Dfsk for $?.50. Best con-
eti :: 'n h-mi poiistael ma hog- !
an Ct !.'! ; i ' !r j
'-17 00 Full S'zert Cojch forSH.50.
' o .' I ni l !-!;'! cak frame and
r '. .hcr covering, steel con-
;,ss' Desk f?r S7.75. s-ii i oak
viv:;. M. (..-.;: st;-.e ::j Karly
li i.: !?. J i:t.-e:.
. A, - nut Creszf far $16 95. Cir-
r. w.it;: .t :v. t't'.c J'rn:-i stjle.
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now $'8 93.
, 'J sf
Z. "ct f;r $2
; o n i .' . e in
s-h. ry : v,f n
Buffet for $37.50.
d! a -
1 ft ic.
larre Cc'onial style hnftet
Kniiiih Tr t-h, large mirrc-r
Golden Cak BjMet for $45.30. Kx
tra laruc 5ir.e in q-aartcred pollshe.l
oak, Colonial F'yle.
S3300 Cn'na Closet for $27.00. Very
lare. -i;h mirror back. Early Eng
lish t.nls'i, "o'onial style
! $25.00 Sidetcard for $21.00. Well
i cou?tri; fed, roomy sideboard in th?
irrrenal finish, excellent style.
Mahogany Chiffonier for $31.00. Ex
tra lar.ee in s'.ir" and extra well con
strut td ar.,1 fin'shJ.
$49 CO Marogary Dretser for $33.50.
A ;rar,d Kajids' product in genuine
niahopany. Scroll Colonial style.
Solid Mahogany Dresser for $53.00.
l.aie so.:u maucvany droscer ia 4
po?: ilnia ii le. dull iinih.
Oa' Colon a' Dresser for $37,C0.
e t,uar:cre-l oak dreesT in
. S-ri'il (.'..lonial s'yle, exceedingly
$11. iO Ctcisr Clest for $3-73. Solid
a? :ar m r.isc i h-st wUii mettles cov
or'1 ea 'ior. lar and rH:ny.
Di.-.rg Tac'e fcr $49.C0. Heautlful
ir.-ra .; io:ou:sal pcd.'atal table in quar
ifrd cak. size ft. 4 in. t'-p.
Dining tacie for $52 00. A heavy.
massive table, mission syle, dark fin-! Magazine Rack for 98c. I.arpe mis- j
isn, sire S ft. ".4 in. top. sion style nuifcazine rack in the early
Four Post Bed for $46.00. Heauti j English finish.
ful 4 pest Colonial r.ed in solid ma- i Wilton Rug. $32.50. 9x12 Royal j
hogany, Grand Rapids' make. ! Wlltcn Rugs, beautiful colors and pat- j
Hall Tree for $23.00. Quartered. "
golden oak finish, large mirror and ' .
extra large base.
Special Wilton Rugs. $19.95. 9x12
j 5 frame Wilton velvet rugs, Persian
Dining Chair for $2.15. Solid oak j Eody Brue.. 22.50. 9x12 sizes
chair with genuine leather seat, asarly
Library Table for $24.90. Large,
massive table in mahogany finish,
heavy 5 inch square legs.
S'eepy Hollow Chair for $15.00.
Large arm chair with genuine Span
ish leather seat.
Comfort Rocker for $12.75. A high
backed easy rcker with genuine
leather seat and back
Table Covers for $1.49. .Made of
genuine leather velvet sheep skins,
Miss'on Rocker for $6.95. Com
fortable rocker in fumed oak finish
genuine leather seat.
Box Couch for $11.95. Roomy box
nuch with spring top and large stor
$15.50 Parlor Table for $12.90. Gen
uine mahogany parlor table in pedes
tal style, dull finish.
all worsted, heavy back and face
Axmlnsters, $15.95. Size 9x12, long
rich pile in deep rich colorings, a
Velvet Rugs. $14.95. .A limited
numbed of this all worsted heavy vel
English Brussels, $15.95. A Sxl2
seamleo? Brussells Wilton patterns,
full 10 wire quality.
Brussels Rug, $12.50. 10 patterns
Hartford Ltet tapestry rugs, size
Room Size Brussells Rugs, $6.25.
5 patterns only, all neat rug patterns,
a big bargain.
$25.00 Scotch Rugs for $17.50. Size
f'x!2 heavy sotth rugs in large
range of colors.
Wilton Carpet, $1.49. Rorders to
match, 5 frame worsted pluvh Wilton.
$1.75 Wilton Carpet, $1.39. Rorders
to rrat h, FOfe Persian effec ta made
Wilton Velvet, $1.08. Borders and
j stairs to match, all worsted fabric,
, floral and Oriental.
! Velvet Carpet, 89c. A limited
' number of patterns only, neat Fer
i sian effects.
English Brussells, 89c. 5 patterns
10 wire carpet, borders and stairs to
j match, all new good.
I Brussells Carpet, 79c. A big bar
! gain, borders and stair to match, in
j wide ranae of patterns.
and stairs to match, all wool stock,
Brussells Carpet. 49c. 15 rolls
short lengths Brussells carpet from
5 to If. yart's in each piece.
Ingrain Carpet, 42c. 5 patterns, all
wool filled ingrain heavy stock.
$1.60 Inlaid Linoleum at 1.12.
Best grade Inlaid tile linoleum. Made
of pure oil and cork.
65o Linoleum, 45c. Heavy printed
Crex Grass Rugs. $6.95. Size 9xH, j Wile's linoleum, good patterns, while
heavy wire grass, long clean stock.
Hodges Fibre Rugs, $10.76. Size
9x12 genuine Hodges rugs in Brus
sels and Wilton effects.
10 rolls latt. 45c.
30c Oil Cloth, 23c. All good pat
terns made in or.?, one and a-balf and
two yards wide.
new optic de
medium Fi C
Cut Glass Salt
and pepper shak
ers, silver tops.
sizes and 6hapes
c e rf j 3-3- I C:-cice of Early
a '. flt.ih, , irce
65c Mirror witn
solid oak frame,
ar.d Frr.vh mir-
mi 10 in.
EOc Ingra'n Car
pet. A heavy,
wool Ailed extra
Curtain Nets, ex
of 12 point Fil-
sheets. A large
72x90 In. size
foot Oil 8hade
band paintd on
good rollers, all
win 3 -S C
50 Patterns Fan
Boys' and Girls'
las, steel rod,
wood M H C
rasing, 42 in.
wide, an unsuual
gain. 5 yards
Mill Lengths of
flannels for com
muslin, yd wide,
soft finish, 10
eac h Al C
prints, the kind
sheeting, 21; yd.
Four Pillow Cas
es, a snap, our
you"ii I '1 C
fire nroof and
ed deco I a C
fast, the ideal
drape n A f
double heel, toe
Welsbsch A I r
Light Gas burn
opal a C
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A rail- of Insurgen Republicans
has been railed for Octo' r 16 at
Chicago to discuss plans for a pre
convention campaign and whether
or not Cenator IFollotte shall make
a swing around the country In the
path of President Taft. Jatxes R.
Carfleld and Gifford Plnenot are
among the progressives outside of
Congress who ' ave received Invitations.
Changes In the Partridges ef the Ca
A remarkable example of the effecta
of environment and changed condi
tions of life upon the forms of anl
maU Is furnished by a species of par
tridge living In the Canary Islands.
Over 400 years ago the Spnnlarda In
troduced the red legged partridge from
Europe Into these Islands, and the bird
has continued to flourish there; but. as
recent examination proves. It bas un
dergone mod! lira tlons clearly brongbt
about by the conditions under which
It.s ln-k h:n tnrned from rut
color to gruy. This looks like pro
tective coloration, nince the bird paaaes
its life among gray volcanic rocks.
Its benk bas become one-fourth
longer anal thicker tbnn that of Its
ancestors nud of Its Kuropean rela
tives, and it legs also have Increased
In length and grown stouter.
These changa-s are exactly snrh as
were needed to stilt It to the life that
It 1st now compelled to lerul amid the
rocks nnd on the mountain sides of
the Islands, where u more rigorous
physical devadopment is requirawl than
was needed in Us former home. Har
The negro on occasions displays a
fine discrimination in the choice of
words, says the National Monthly.
"Who's the best whitewashes la
town?" inquired the new resident.
"Ale Hall tiru a bond a'tlst with, a
! whitewash brnsh. Hah," answered tha
i colored patriarch eloquently.
"Well, tell h!tn to come and white
wash my chicken bouse tomorrow."
Tncle Jacob nhook his head dubi
ously. "Ah don't believe, sah. Ah'd engage
Ale Hall to whitewash a chicken
"Why, didn't yooi aay be was a good
"Yes, nah, n powe'fnl good, whlte
wssber, sah, but mighty queer about a
chicken house, sah; mighty quer.
Tennyson's Bird Bounds.
Perhaps the bent word for the cry of
the cricket Is that of Tnnysnn. "Not
a cri' ket chlrr'd." h writes In "In Me
moflani." Hut TennyHon wss always
curiously exnet In bis vocal rendering
of the songs of birds. WLat could be
truer to sound than "the moan of
doves in immemorial elms?" Then,
foo. the llnrif-t, the robin and the
tbrtiiah "plr." the woodpecker "laughs"
and "ii'v-k." the lark and the plover
"whistle," th ny "H'-iitche," the
rot "screams," the peacock "squalls,"
the blackbird "warbles." while the
cwa fowl "shriek" and the eagle
"ye! ;." Tendon Orspble.
"What mak'.it him look so solemn?
Fie gets his month's salary tomorrow."
! "That's Just th trouble. Lils wif
isnd bis uotL'T in law allow him .
j cents a week out of it, and he's frying
to make up his mind to strike for a
' dollar:" Atlania Coftilutiou.
At Y. M. C. A.
be Mr. eleven's first talk ling. Kev. JJoyd. and others will' nights Preceding the -street meeting
Recovering from Injury.
He lost considerable blood before it
r .-t : - V M C. A
'.cr:..-. oi: at ..' w ill i
i "A icrine H'l."
-.3 the to-. s siuve he came as physical speak at the Men and Reunion street j tonight will be a union prayermeeting Walter E. Smith, blacksmith whose ! wa poseible to dress the injury and
dirfctor Ali bovs from 10 to 10 year 1 meeting on Market square this eve- i at the Y' TM' c: A" at T:1.5 conducte1 1 shop is at Sixteenth street and Third be ifs weak reBuIt-
. Ykv Pat IT n m r. n rpT c phairman ni the '
cf age are eligible to mem bership in ring at e o'clock. On account of the 1 department of evangelism in the Men;venue' is 'owlr recovering from an
tie H. ii. M. coming of t-oid weather, it is likely ' 'I,.n0.in tovr,iit tw. rrv-! injury which he f ustained v. hen a fly-
.that only a few more of these street , tl , tn v. . ,art,
Kev. T. E. .:a:id. Rev. H. S WU-i meetings can be held on Saturday; Tlce Jot reat rallr dav tomorrow. ' and evrl one of the blood -fesateld. page IX. j sVrgT!.
Tou got a rale lu pay. didn't y-jo?"
"Yes, but it didn't tl ton ony good."
"I talk in my lp. and my wife
found out about If Toledo Blade.
Thirty-five dollars free, given aay
rrpniratorv j insf piecr oi sieei sirucK nis laril arm ' .-irus yutus luaisat. otw
All the Lews an the time Tbm