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THE ROCK ISIAND ARGUS, FRIDAY,' MARCH 15," 1912.
JUDGE DUNNE IS
TWIN CITY GUEST
Judge Edward F. Dunne of Chicago,
candidate for tffe nomination for gov
ernor on the democratic ticket, mill
speak at 8 tonight at Rock Island Tur
ner hall. The noted Chlcago&n ar
rived in the twin-cities this morning
from Sterling where he spoke last
night and at noon he wan entertained
by Mollne friends at luncheon at the
This afternoon he was taken on a
shops and Immediately afterwards he
came to this city.
At 6 o'clock he will be the guest of
honor at a little dinner at the Rock Is
land club at which a number of his
Rock Island friends and acquaintances
'will be hosts. From to . o'clock he
is scheduled for an Informal recep
tion at the New Harper house par
lor where the nubile is invited to
meet him. The candidate will be at
I CANDIDATE FOR GUBERNATORIAL HONORS
SPENDING DAY IN THE TWIN-CITIES
SOUTH ROCK ISLAND
The republicans of South Rock Is
land held their township caucus at the
town hall last evening despite the
snow storm which kept away a con
siderable number of the voters. B. D.
rishfr presided as chairman and A. F.
Schmid acted as secretary. The fol
lowing township ticket was nominated
and will be voted on at the township
Town clrk Fred Tonn.
AhesKor A. F. Schmld.
Collector William Earnett.
Highway commissioner for the first
road district Charles Culdenzoph.
George H. Richmond. E. D. Fisher
an-1 Olaf Atkinson were named town
The democrats of South Rock Island
township are requested to meet at the
town hall Fridny evening for the pur
pone of naming a township ticket.
C. E. SIEMON.
Chairman Township Committee.
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Just seven more days of the sale of women's shoes at
wholesale prices your dollars will buy Vz more now
At 8 'Clock
SENATOR WALTER CLYDE JONES
Progressive Republican Candid ate for Governor
SENATOR HUGH S. MAGILL
Proessive Republican Candidate for United States Senator
HON. CHARLES E. MER31AM
Former Republican candidate for mayor of Chicago, will dis
cuss the initiative, referendum, recall and other progressive re
Every voter is urged to be present. Ladies also invited.
Millinery and apparel
Next week Tuesday
Tri-city women will be giv
en an opportunity to review '
lhep correct ideas in wom
en s, misses' and funior's
fashtons for Spring,
These will be
in our Ready-to-wear room
on the Third Floor for two
days, Tues. and Wednesday
MERRIAM IS TO SPEAK AT
ILLINOIS THEATRE HERE
Charles E. Merrlam, member of
the faculty of the University of Chi
cago, who was defeated in the last
Chicago city election for mayor by
Carter 11. Harrison, is coming to
Rock Island tomorrow to speak for
Walter C. Jones, candidate for the
republican nomination for governor
of Illinois,' and for Hugh S. Magill,
candidate for United States senator
oainst Shelby M. Cullom and L. Y.
Jones and Magill will accompany
Merrlam to this city. A mass meet
ing v ill be arranged in Moline, the
three men to speak at 2 in the after
noon. Later they will come to Rock
Island, where a second meeting will
be held in the evening at the Illinois
THE TOWNSHIP TICKET
A $1 shirt and 50c
suspenders Sir $1
This Is Just for Satur
day as an inducement
for you to visit our
Men's Wear Depart
ment and see what fine
shirts we have at a $1
Tou may take your
pick of any $1 dress
Ehirt we have in stock
and you can have your
choice of any 60c sus
penders, all for. $1
Men's $1 night shirts, good muslin,
some with colored bands on cuffs and
down the front, for Saturday, 75t.
The Wayne Knit full-fashioned, black
and colored socks, all sizes, 25c kinds,
special for 15 a pair.
West Aisle, Bear
Boys' and girte 15c
cotton stockings, 10c
They have double heels and toes,
'three weights, medium, light,
heavy, not all sizes.
$2 velvet rugs, $1.29
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ill 11 II
JUST UNPACKED ANOTHER LOT
Women's smartly tailored suits
"With these added to our stock you will see hundreds of
pretty models in all the wanted styles in serges, whip
cords, novelties as well as taffeta, file and silk crepes,
cream serges, and hair-line serges.
Juniors' suits. Women's suits.
Misses' suits. Regular and stout siies.
Suits depend much on the weave and color of the
cloth for their beauty, most of them being very sim-c
pie, a few being trimmed with lace on the collar and
cuffs. Prices range from
$10, $12.50 gradually up to $98
$7.50 values, 5.95
Smart new Spring styles,
in such materials as serg
es, whip cords and novel
ties, well tailored and
hang beautifully. This
price is made specially for
Silk and Madras
These are very popular
with women who want
practical waists, made
with soft collars and cuffs,
in refined striped effects,
all sizes, various prices,
$1.50, $1.98 up to $5.
Supervisor William Trefz.
Assistant supervisors S. A. La Van
v.ay, John Holzhammer, Albert
Schmidt, William A. McCarthy.
Assessor Dr. M. H. Patten.
Collector Henry It. Wynes.
Town clerk George W. Cox.
Constable Frank King.
Notice is hereby given that on Tues
day, the second day of April, A. D.
1912, in the city of Rock Island, 111., an
election will be held for the following
urpose, to-wit: To vote for or against
ordinance giving the Vnion Electric
Telephone & Telegraph company, its
successors and assigns, and Charles L.
llaiicy, Jr., trustee, of Harrisburg, Pa.,
permission to sell, assign and transfer
to the Central Union Telephone com-
OPENING OF OUR NEW
pring wall papers
We are now ready with our Sprincr stocks numbering thousands of rolls of new
paper, productions of the best mills at prices which remove any question about
1 lamed and Von Mour's being the most economical place to buy wall paper.
This fact is further emphasized by the prices made for the opening day.
$3.50 gloves, $2.69
Floral and Oriental patterns in
a wide range of color, 27x54
inches in size.
Wool fibre rugs, $9
Splendid for dining rooms and bed
rooms, lay flat without tacking, come
in a variety of patterns, fast colors
an5-j?ive good wear. 9x12 ft. in siie.
$10 Pro Brussel rujs, $7.50
9x12, have wool filing with a cotton
warp, come in mixed tans, greens and
browns, absolutely fast colors. '
Scotch art rugs, $15
Quite new, all wool in deep solid col
ors, art craft designs, made in fifteen
stock sizes and we can obtain them
in almost any special size. 9x10:6
size for US. Fourth Floor
16-button real kid gloves, black,
white, tan, brown, sizes 5 to
7y2, another of our popular Sat
$1 kid gloves, 75c
2-clasp short kid gloves, black, white,
tan, brown, champagne, mode, gray
and navy, an excellent value.
West Aisle, Front
Sheets & pillow cases
Extra sized bleached sheets, 81x
99 inches, made of very best
sheeting, per pair, 95c.
85c, 81x90 inch sheets, 79c.
Pillow cases, 45x36 inches, have Irish
embroidered Initials, SI. 33 a pair.
Pleached, 45x36 inches, 22c values,
1S Second Floor.
50c stationery, 35c
Harned and Von Maur's Ideal
art stationery., fine quality
paper, 85 sheets to the pound.
Just for Saturday at this price.
Envelopes to match, box of 50, 25c
Ink tablets, 8x10 Inches, has 49 sheets,
5c kind for 3 First Floor, Hear.
15c Figaros, special at 10 R.
25c Cocoanut butter cups, 20d n
Baskets of Easter eggs and kisses
for "Sweet little boys and girls," 10
Huyler's chocolates and novelties.
Ask to see the April Fool packai.i.
The joke is in, the package not in the
candies. Mala Aisle.
NonKrush linen, 75c
The demand has been so great
for this we have hardly been
able to keep it in stock. We
have just got in another ship
ment. This fabric lends itself
particularly to street suits, outing,
auto and traveling wear, as It does
not crush and become wrinkled,
neither will it shrink in laundering.
However, starch must not be used in
the laundering. Comes in blue, violet,
hello, green and natural, . one yard
wide. . Second Floor.
silk hose, 4 pr. for $1
These are mercerized cotton and
have a silk -like appearance and
being of firm, close weave will
give excellent wear. Made with
double tops and double toes and have
spliced heels. This guarantee la on
"If for any reas on these stock-
ings prove unsatisfactory we
ask you to return them and
get new one9. We leave it to
your sens? of fairness."
West Aisle, Rear.
New lace collars
Dainty attractive styles that will
appeal to women who love pretty
neckwear. Hound, pointed and
square pieces of Plauen lace, re
duced for this sale to 50c & 9Sc
Charming littlo boudoir caps of white
net with ")l"ntfd frills and dressings
of ribbon, 98S S1.50 to $1.75
Went Aisle, Fr-nt
There will be a Victrola recital of Irish music and souvenir
shamrocks, tomorrow in our Dining Room, Fifth Floor.
Painty floral papers in all col
ors and patterns, 6c f"
values, for roll
Kitchen blocks and granite pat
terns in all colors, bed room
stripes, hall and living room
papers, 8 and 10c Al
, "I Z
Beautiful new fruit designs with
rut Mt borders to match, aleo
a complete line of Mora ceilings
in all the new shades,
M 10c valuea, roll
imc and 15c papers in solid
colors in both gjlt and Cif,
blank effects, special, roll..C
Varnish tile, the sanitary wall
covering for the kitchen and
bath room. 23c val
ues for, roll . .
Oat meals In all the new colors,
also a large selection of two
toned papers and Jasper stripes,
25c to 30c values for, - ir
Metals, Tiffany and Teckos in
bronze and greens, 50c
to U values; roll 25c to..JC
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moulding, 4c kind ... 172 C
Windowphanie for window dec
oration, imitation stain- "T
ed glass, foot C
20th Century Paste,
than flour, 10c values,
S packages for
pany, or any other person, firm or cor-
f poration, all Its physical property lo
cated in the city of Rock Island, 111.
Which election will be open at 7
o'clock in the morning and continue
'open until 5 o'clock in the afternoon of
j Places of registration and voting will
! be the same as those published in no
; tice of town clerk found elsewhere In
this paper. M. T. RUDGREN,
WE HANG PAPER, WORK GUARANTEED
I hereby announce myself a candi
date" for the democratic nomination
for township collector subject to the
decision of the city-township conven
tion and Invite the support ot my
HENRY R. WTKES.
The voters of Rural township will
meet at Rural town hall Saturday,
iarch 16, 2 p. m., for the purpose
of nominating the various township
I hereby announce myself a can
didate for the democratic nomination
for representative in the general as
sembly of the 83rd senatorial dis
trict, subject to the democratic pri
maries to be held Tuesday, April 9,
1612. EVERETT L. WERT3.
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