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THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS
WEDNESDAY, AFRIL 17, 1912.
IN Silfr Foulard
Cheney Bros. 50c
Remnants, Yd. 29c
Thursday, 9 :3Q. m. and wMle-they last, sev-
A yard 17k
ROCK IvSLARD. IIU. W8RiS
r .wlhnndrd yards ofTodard-mlk remnants
KMS-odd pieces, Wngtlai 1 1-2 to 25 yards.
and including many desirable colors and
rfmttema of silks that hare sold up to 69c a
A most remarkable ribbon offer for Thurs
day and the balance of theweek. Cheney
Bros, widi satin and taffeta ribbons in rich
yanl. These may not-!ast until noon, bet
,ter come at 9:30.
Remember up to 69c
Foulards, a yard 29c
Oriental and dainty floral designs ribbons
that sell regularly for 50c a yard, a few 35c
and 40c ones, all at one
price, a yard
THE LAST THREE DAYS
OF APRIL BARGAIN WEEK
The Best Three Days, Something Doing Every
That to Get Full Benefit
What a Rage There Is For
One- dim conmaed be rod od-
poSrW a, woman for more than twe
boars ta a Pullman drawing room
car and he thought her a most
crfflnarr" looking woman. Nnartng
fcr station she took down her
Jaunty ha and placing It on her
bead & h at one attractively
faactsMKtajc and he waa ao charmed
that he offered her tome courteous
attentions and afterwards sought
her acquaintance through a mutu
al friend they happened to have In
her home city It was a correct
and becoming hat.
You've probably read of the
great cornet sale point; on here
The unusual barga ns are caus
ing tremendm: inroads into our
usually largo arifl complete assort
ments. You'll find about a dozen
style especially priced, frojn the
dollar rorets nt f.7c to
tb fr.(n) Ptl'H for
They include low bust, girdle
tops, medium long one and very
long nen, for women of average
or slender figure, and for large.
c'iiit'.rii.f'j till Saturday
night lit VTA Ro;ne.mrer about
the early bird
Minute. So Many Bargains Are Not Mentioned In This Ad.
You Will Have to Come In Every Day.
Dresses of Silk, Chatties and Serges at $4.98 Each
All the style just now; note this one made
of all over embroidered mull, torchon
lace trimmed, $2.00
Men's Hosiery Day
Come yourself or aend your wife, mother or sister in
Thursday for yoar summer supply of hosiery.
Shaw-knlt 25c ho"e, blacks, tan and wine 19
Men's medium cotton 1-2 hose, black, tan, navy and
grey, our regular lDc values, Thursday only 100
Men's silk hose, lisle toes and heels In black only,
regular 50c grad Thursday, 4 for $1 Per pair..25?
Men's black or tan, medium weight cotton 1-2 hose,
all sizes, very special, Thursday, only, pair 7
Sharp Furniture Specials
J175 shirt waist box for 32-G3
S 7.00 Iron bed siring $475
$2i.0O Dining Tajles $10 00
$ 1.79 Iron beds S1-3E
8.50 all felt ma resses SG 75
$ 1.75 Sewing rcker Sl-43
J 15.00 Couches $10 95
Almost a startling statement, but the dresses are here, every
one new, right from well known makers and just such as sell
usually from $8.50 to $10.00. It took some lively work to get
these dresses for such a nominal price but thatfs another story.
The newest, prettiest silk
dreesea In satin messallne, sat
in figured foulards
Challl e dresses la stripes,
dots and coin spots, sailor or
round collar and r
veres .trimmed -wit1
satin, only ...
Serge dresses, new models made wttli collars, cuffs, andA m
reveres of striped satin messallne, beet shades only V vO
Stylish Coats $18.75
The unusual values In this special lot of coats will Interest every
woman wanting a coat, about thirty in all, that came in a day or two
ago. at much under regular prices.
Materials are serge, whipcords, panajah cloth, novelty mixtures,
pretty stripes, etc. Tea of these wonld easily he 125.00, four are worth
about $28.00, two are $30.00 coats, eight are $22.50 values and. the bal
ance are our regular $19.50 coats. All new, right from
the maker. One low price
Nobby cheviot, serge r.r.d silk coats, round and sailor
collars, ages 2 to 14 years, values to $8.50, for
Satin Messatine Waists
High and low neck styles in plain colors
also pretty black and white, blue and
white or brown and white & JQ
stripes, $2.42, yes only .TU
Spring Weight Under
wear at a Big Saving
Men's spring weight, cotton ribbed shirts and drawers,
a regnlar 50c value, Thursday only 30
Sample underwear, men's balbiggan, mesh and nain
sook shirts or drawers, Thursday, 39c and 19
An extraordinary value tn fine cotton union suits, lace
trimmed,, sizes 4, 5, 6, Thursday 48
Ladies' white cotton union suits, tight knee style,
sizes 4, 5, 6, Thursday, . 39
75c Cups and Saucers For 33c
Handled tea cups with saucers, pure snow white por
celain, regular 75c, set of six cups and six sau
Graceful picture hats, bare -rery
wide brims as well as tare crowns
Tissue eponge, or Ttzrirtsh. tow
eling wM he much used la white
Anooc the leading eolot oC 4a
season are various shade ef tea.
champagne, straw and nat arown.
The more vivid shades lnctade Iar
dlan red, rose, limogea blue, ahrlmt
and melon pink.
All the new skirts are cut wider,
and no really good skirt should
draw in around tne knees.
Touches of cerise or bright em
erald green are much used with
dark gowns to relieve any possible
note of sombreneas.
The rage for white shoes baa
already reached a point where the
makers say it's a craze.
The black and white alliance is
more firmly fixed and as regarded
as almost indispensable.
Currant red and dark ferae la a
favorite color combination.
Quality Floor Coverings
FOR QUICK SELLING, a lot
of at.i nt Y '.:2 Saxor.y Ax
rr:.xi fr t rues. ;.U perfect
pnrds. hp f,
WILTON VELVET RUGS, at
nlincFt 1 2 regular price rues
Filtl everywhere at $2.".fi0
Mil J7.:..t for $15.95. $16.95
A brush door mat on the
front and back porch will
save you dollars on your
rugs and hours in labor. A
lot of 100 w.ll go 2
$3.00 Axminster Ru(j3 $1.79.
These handHome 27x60 inch
Axminster rugs are a special
purchase and are exception'
A SPECIAL PURCHASE, In
grain 9x12 rugs, washable,
Ftrong and durable, sensible
russ for rough
viear at only .
FOR THE BATH ROOMS,
50 27x54 washable color,
fjst Colonial rugs, just the
thing for bath and led
room. In Hue, tan qo
and green shades. iOC
75c Four-yard Wide Linoleum, 59c
If you have net cirrcd that kitchen, bath room or bed room, take advantage of this, a
hU-h grndo. print -d l'nolewu 4 yards wide, square ytrd 59?
Seethe Shoes Walk Away Thursday
The Special Prices Offered During This 6-Day
Sale Are Attracting the Crowds.
2 BIG SPECIALS THURSDAY
WOMEN'S $3.50 PUMPS, oxfords and strap slippers in
gun metals patents, velvets and
BUY WHITE SHOES, slippers and pumps Thursday,
crashette, sea island and
White canvas shoes whi'e
Dolly Varden Night Gowns
Quite new and very pretty, slip over styles in pink,' blue and laven
der, neck and sleeves trimmed w.th torchon lace, maker said J- ff
$1.50. we said $1.00 and they go at...; JA. UU
THURSDAY BARGAINS IN NOTION SECTION
Large ebony back hand mirror, ring
handle, usually $1.00, each 57
Colgate's bulk perfumes, caahmere bo
quet, carnation, white rose, pansy
blossom and dactylis, at an oz...23
Common sense hair crimpers, a pack
Putz Pomade, metal polish, a box. 6
Celluloid dressing combs, the 25c
ones, each 14?
WATER TUMBLERS 19c SET
Thin blown crystal glass water tumb
lers, 75c dozen kind, for Thursday and
Friday, set of 6 19
LADY ELGIN OVENS $1.19
The new improved Lady Elgin ovens,
for gas, oil or gasoline stoves, splendid
bakers 31 19
WIRE FENCING 3c YARD
18-inch galvanized wire fencing for
flower beds, vines, etc., Thursday,
GARDEN HOSE $4.45
5-ply black rubber lawn hose, with
nickel plated couplings, 50 feet length,
very special at $-4-45
HAVILAND CUPS AND SAUCERS
Fine Haviland china tea caps with
saucers, floral and gold decorations,
worth double this price. Thuraday ,
set of 6 -91-60
STEP LADDERS 69e
7 feet, yellow pine step ladders with,
bucket shelf for Thursday ondy. -69 a
HELD IN COUNTY
Lesser Communities All Over
State Name Officers for
tween Walsh and Crawford for the
presidency of the board was waged.
K suit of vote:
O. C. Williams. R 113
Will Ireland. C 154
James Shannon. C 154 !
Edward R&thhurn, L 29
O. C. ILindel, A-L 3C
A. W. Mullery. L 32
FOR POLICE MAGISTRATE.
A. G. Ong, L 30
JilKIRISK IN PORT BYRON.
A surprise was sprung in Port Byron,
were written in on the ballots, the
men named not being avowed can
didates. The vote:
FOR VILLAGE CLERK, 2-YEAR
Tames Maxwell, P 31
Jacob Hermes, P A S 1
C. E. Seikes, PAS 1
George Wilkcn, P A S 1
C. W. Warcup. C 144 i wfre only one ticket, the anti-license,
r v. Dvirh iti was rlaced in the field. At the noils
Fred Hartline, R. 100 voters wrote in the names of three men iOR POLICE MAGISTRATE, 1-YEAR
J. W. like, R 105 'an( tney succeeded in electing one of I TERM.
ii-iu, j. o. .i man. jur uttuunitiitr tu ; nuiri i uuuusuil, 1 oty
George Tutberry. R.
QUIET PREVAILS GENERALLYIJ. Janosky. S. 23i'he anti-license ticket to meet defeat
jS. D. Marchant, S 16 jwas Charles lslie. The vote
In Some of Villaite Oulr One Ticket w- w- Green. S 17 j FOR CLERK.
Cornea lU-fore the Voter
Nome tlofce t'onteM.
FOR $15,000 BOND ISSCE.
C. E. Sikes, P A S 1
Town and village lections were held
throughout the county yesterday In ac
rordance with the state law. Tickets
nominated at the primaries about a
month sro were liefore the votPrs. and
where therp were contents, the voting
ass somewhat spirited and close,
though no excitement marked the day.
n..i.. ......i,. -r .w. ....i '
.r.u.t. U4 luc ,,,uu.;the muliicipai election was the social
U'cUo,,,: istlc. The vote:
BUM) lt K lF.KKTKI.
Voters of Silvls turned out in fullest
FOR TRUSTEES, 2-YEAR TERM.
Joseph Cordt. P 26
Edward Schafer C4 , August W. Wilker, p "21
Yes 96 j FOR TRUSTEE. ' 1 Robert E.'Lee, P 20
No 149, G. B. Bollman. A-L 50 j Robert Altmann, P AS 44
The vote above given is official, can- jSwan Swanson, A-L ...
vassed by the board of trustees in reg- j Charles I-slie, A-L
ular session last evening.
EtT MOl.INK YOTK BUM) HO. F.
East Mollne yesterday voted over
whelmingly in favor of a $25,000 bond
Issue for improvement of the water
works system and elected three trus
tees on the citizens' ticket. The only ; citizens' ticket won without exception.
other party presenting candidates in i The vote
E. E. Holton, P A S 41
C. I. H. Havewacker, P A S 39
FOR TRUSTEES, VACANCY.
S. J. Sbeppard, T 17
Fred Hill, P 28
! J. E. Johnson, P 1
J. S. Norman, Ind 32
John McAllister, Ind 21
Ed Asluiottti, Ind 2
Lee Skelton, Ind 1
.-.,r. . mi. Eugene Cook, P AS 32
iu itoriua v ii j ur i-aiiuiuaies mi me 'Arthur Peterson, P A-S 40
Edward Mohr, P A S CO
FOR $25,000 BOND ISSUE.
ll - J '. . tf,.i n
'Hare npoa friar Qr
Oscar l.unde n. C
L. F. Haemer, S
Wa tA i
itreti)tth in the history of the village For " 96
snd by a vote of 149 to 96 yesterday 'Against" !!!!!!!!" 43
wiraiea inr propoeuum lo issue txmas
for $1j.o0 to erect a new village hall.
Sentiment indicated was that the mu
nicipality 1 more in need at this time 1
9f paving and street improvements.
Three tickets were in the field yes
terday, candidates on the citizens' tick-
for all oTices winning over the re
publican and socialist candidates. A
total of 11S straight citizens' ballots
was cast and CS republican. Total
vote of the day was 274. This exceeds
&y five the total cast at the election last
year, ben the spirited contest be-
Grant Fair. C
R. W. Reeves. S
J. K. Williams. C
C. S. Rosenberger, S
ONE TIK IN CORDOVA.
In Cordova there were two tickets
license and anti-license- the returns
showing the anti-license party success
ful, except that there was one tie. E.
J. Curtis and W. J. Forsyth, candidates
on opposite tickets for trustee, polled
34 Totes each, and the winner will
probably be determined later by lot.
The vote for trustee:
C. E. Updyke, A-L 41
E. J. Curtis. A-L 34
FOR VILLAGE TRUSTEE.
George Nichols, C 24
Hal Adams, C
Paul Rankin. C 26
William Oltman. P 14
Frank Fiedler, P 11
C. A. Adams. C 36
CARBON CI. IFF HEU.T.
There was no contest in Carbon Cliff, h, y
these candidates being named:
FOR TRUSTEES. 2-YEAR TERM.
33 j Louis Werti 24
George Holland 25
64 Charles Belowski 26
R. V. O Donnell 25
FOR POLICE MAGISTRATE.
C. F. Carey 8
ANTl-SALART IX HAMPTON.
In Hampton there were two tickets
in the field, people's and people's
anti-salary, the anti-salary forces win
ning te.ll offices for which they pre
sented candidates. In several in
RESIXTS IN WATERTOWV,
D. Y. Allsbrow was elected presi-
. I dent of the villaee board of Water-
town to succeed Dr. J. H. Ellings-
Clarence Mullen ...
PIMPLES RED II 10 DAYS
Or Your Money Back.
Anyone who has 11 mp Irs. Blark
pait l.lv.r Inni.. ft .
' L-nt.! thnnlj 1 i v, .
-- ---- nil", i L ,s uri a uos 111
bad blood. The circulation has become
contaminated with rnattt-r that has dis
eased the blood, which is being forced
out of the tyrtf-m throutrh the porea of
the skin. Thia condition cannot be
cured unl" you remove the cause. Bin
Tcr Complexion Tablet purify the
blood, etrenpthen the yteni and make
your akin healthy, thus retorlng- your
complexion to Its clear, youthful appear
ance. I'nder the purifying and tonic
of Bin-Ter Complexion Tablets
urvisr ruuusir, a-.u jo i (lances, wueie ine ioiiowing lDUia-ir.e syriem win oe njiu up and your
W. J. Forsyth, L 34jtien of votes shows one or two cast j 1fared- UBUiiy ,n about ten days.
W. Bruner. L 33 i for anti-salary candidates the naaiesl T1I031AS DRUG COMPAAY.
worth. The vote on all candidates:
D. Y. Allsbrow, C 95
FOR VILLAGE CLERK.
R. L. Pearsall, C C9
Clarence Hodson, P 2
FOR TRUSTEES, 2-YEAR TERM.
Chris Wiltermuth, C 69
John Shane, C 70
J. W. Dawson, C 78
J. M. Corbln, P 16
J. D. Millett, P 19
FOR TRUSTEES, 1-YEAR, VACANCY.
Miles C. Nicholson, C C6
A. D. Cox, P 27
NO C'ONTKST AT C'OI.ONA.
At Colons there was no contest, the
vote on candidates presented being:
FOR TRUSTEES, 2-YEAR TERM.
Thomas Davis - 36
Jethro Glenn 3'
H. C. Tteab 2-i
FOR TRUSTEE, 1-YEAR, VACANCY.
Edward Block 21
FOR VILLAGE CLERK.
Frank Green 22
FOR POLICE MAGISTRATE.
C. E.'Jone3 33
The people's ticket at Sears was un
opposed and the 23 votes caBt were all i
for the follow
D. Fisher. W. J. Spencer and F. Engle
bracht. The present is the seventh
consecutive term as clerk for Mr. Fie
At Milan, F. ll. Harris on the inde
pendent ticket was elected town clerk
! over the people's candidate, W. F.
i NicholB, the vote being 75 to 63. On
trustees the vote stood: Independent I
W. L. Eddy 70, J. H. Criswell 72, G.
R. Brown CI. Feople's Thomas Wil-1
hite 77, H. D. Cannam 73. Daniel F.
Fitzsimmons 62. The three highest of
these are the winners.
The citizens' ticket was the only one
in the field at Coal Valley, and accord
ingly the town officers for the ensuing
year are: Mayor, Hugh R. Martin;
trustees, Ed Nightingale, Robert Som
erson and Herman Nitz.
At Andalusia the citizens ticket was
unopposed and was elected as follows:
WETS AND DRYS
HOLD THEIR OWN
Illinois Cities Where Saloon Is
Barred Decide at Polls Not
DAMPS ALSO STAND PAT
Rule Prevails Throughout the State
in Municipal and Village Flec
Municipal elections held in Illinois
Tuesday revealed that citizens of the
towns affected were ' satisfied to let
the saloon question stand as it had
been. Those that were "dry" voted
to remain so, and those that were
"wetf" voted with few exceptions to
hold fast to that condition.
In some instances the vote was
elected to Cherry Valley, Rosooe, Du-
rand. Rock ton and Winnebago. Pe-
catonica, the only wet spot In Winne
bago county, continued wet.
Greenvlew Voted to remain dry.
. Pocahontas Voted to remain wet.
Shelbyvllle Voted to close sa
loons. Legal fight Is threatened by
Crystal Lake McHenry county
voted to remain dry.
Barrington Voted to remain dry.
Licensed to Wed.
Clarence J. Myler .... Mishawaka, Ind.
Miss Naomi E. Williams Mollne
Clinton R. Roberts Molina
Miss Phoebe Lusty - Mollne
Allen Tilanchard Buffalo Prairie
Mias Pauline Mueller. . .Buffalo Prairie
lowing incumbent officers: I alone, bi-t the rule of "standing paf
, F. F. Fiebig; trustees. E. 'on tne wet anfl ifcsue held
Every family ana especially thoso
who reside in the country should be
provided at all times with a bottle of
Chamberlain's liniment. There Is no
telling when it may be wanted In case
of an accident or emergency. It 1
most excellent in all cases of rheuma
tism, sprains and bruises. Sold by all
J. P. Wallace of Rock Island
Writes letter which may be of great
Interest to skin sufferers of this city:
throughout the state
RKSIXTS IN MINY Pl.AC F.St.
Dispatches show the following re
sults' of the elections:
Jonetiboro Union county, which is
dry territory, voted to remain dry.
Btillnian Valley Voted to remain
Momence Remained dry by a
! close vote.
Herseher Remained wet after a
go, Hunt City and Willow Hill tr'i-1 '" "! ':t'f "'"i ' -lu,t
. vm mv and anrn-i recommend It Vic
Oted to remain dry. j highly to my rfW-tuls as an article ot
St. Marie Voted to remain wet. I lt '!?. ......
r,., . ., .,...! f-!i'uld y evi r want to put this in
Cairo femall section of the Clty,,rini. yon may do o. as ll will be tue
that voted on the saloon question de-ca'J's " d- m m-m..! h od .
Twentieth street and Third avenue.
Ro.tk Inland. 111.
I tlilnk your Y. I. I . wondrrful and
if th.it Hands alurie In its vl.mH. I uf-f'-f
d H. v ri years wth ehronie e-ema,
triii? most i-verylhlriK 1 could har or.
wi'tin'ji r.Kultx. I fltialtv purchased a
txitlle of l. 1 1. !., and 1 thoiKit It mailt
me wir at first, hut tiy the time not
I he hotTje used uj I could set the Pf!ZC
n.a dryintf up; tfin ltchinif entlrelv
i-d. I (tot tw-i rnor- bottle and It
ma.!- me a. p' rmarient cure.
1 aNo - ail 11 ni.itchh-sa f.r cleansinic
the sal ar.d ailainK it-tilnK. ncalp
hiimor-. erautcat int? dandrufT and r--
Wheeler, Rosehill, Hirial-. f aiiini; out of it.- hair. 1 avr It. If. l.
So many c-ouviucing statements, s!:
iiar to the above, have been made to
tided to remain wet.
DEFEAT ftOCI L!T AT C ANTON.
Canton Republicans and demo
crats united to defeat the socialist us privately by sufferers from aggra
candidate, reelecting J. M. Fox mayor. Uared skin diaea-s to whom we have
Lincoln Republicans were victor-I sold ths I). D. I). PreEcription, that we
lous in nearly all municipal offices, i fel bound to give it our unqaalified.
Clerk, B. C. F. Heinie; trustees, Henry' five of the seven aldermen being re-1 endorsement.
j Tompkins, Charles Hayes and William publicans. i Harper House pharmacy, corner
LSt wart. 1 Rockford No license boards wuei Nineteenth street and Second avenue.