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THE ROCK TSTAND ARGUS. THURSDAY. APRIL 18, 1912.
AT HIGH SCHOOL
Frolic Scheduled for Friday and
Saturday Nights Is Great
CO OPERATIVE STORE CO.
Rock Island, III.
VAUDEVILLE IS A FEATURE
.Alumni of the Institution Are Aiding
In Plan for Raising Fu 4or
The high school Is to be
given tomorrow eves'-t the high
Bchool building from . -ttlc to the
basement. This will be the first per
formance, and the aecond and last one
111 be given Saturday evening. It la
to Tie put on by the students of the
high school and by the alumni, the lat
ter firing a vaudeville beginning at
10. The program follows:
(a.) Mclntyre and Woodln Old Fa
vorites la a New Stunt
fb) Albert Fryer The Billboard
Man In Ixcal Cartoons.
(c) The Arcadian Four In the Orig
inal Operetta, "Fun In a Restaurant"
Irving Wright, Jlret tenor; Jay Mae-
ManuH, second tenor; Ernest MacMan
us, first bass; John Kaiser, second
(d) Miss Alice Qulnlan 1. One Fine
Dny (from Madame Rutterfly). 2. Day
Dreams (from Spring Maid).
(e Miss KatHriae Helmbeck The
(f) Guess Who.
fg) The Sweet Family. A comic
farce In which Ma Sweet presents to
the- public her seven accomplished
Ma Sweet Olive Borger
Arminty Ann Alice Swann
IMsy iw llnda Bessie Sandberg
Caroline Cordelia Mrytle Woods
iKirothy IMIza Hafel Kolls
Kllzabetb Eliza Hazel Bergstrom
Frances Fedory Etta RogerB
Cloriunna Gadabout Julia Ross
The oth'T attractions are nearly as
good, although this act presented by
the alumni is the big attraction. Amoi.g
t!n'e are the Phantasmagoria, the big
mystery how. theCllmpfte Into Hades,
the X Ray, where yea can see the
l.ons 1n your hands, tho Plantat'on
Slncers. with Illustrated songs, the
Gvpsy tue-ii, where you get an inter
esting letter written by the unseen
hand. Hi-Hides these there is the Cob
web Room, where every person rets
a fouvenir; the Marvelous Mimical
Monstrosity ; the Humanlstrophon . ;
the Art Gallery; the Side Show; th-!
AnlniaWd Target, named "Hit the
Moke;" the Globe Trotter's Paradise,
by the man who has been ther, and
picM nts side-splitting fcitiiatt'ji.?, and
other attractions. There will be be
sides this grand opera ni isic on the
Victor Vtrtrola by the ooif'evy of the
CaM- Muslr house of thl rlv. without
charge. The Japanese girls ill have
charge of the refreshments and their
toods will be the best.
The charge for each of tups' attrac
tions will be five cents and :ii- c rural
tiilinl.-isioii five. The latter ln i.utes a i
ticket fur any a'traction tit "The j
Frolie." Tin- ticket" for ea'h of the,
shows will lie sold at the ticket tooths, I
one of which w .11 be on -nc(i M'jor. -
Frederick Stock will conduct threa
concerts at the annual spring festk
val of the Harmonic chorus of Daven
port at the Grand opera house, Tues
day, Wednesday and Thursday of next
week. The program as a w hole is one 1
of the most attractive tver presented i
by the Harmonie chorus. The first ;
concert Tuesday evening will be given
by the chorus with Alfred Hiies Ber- j
gen as soloist. The programs for the j
four concerts are: !
The Soft Spring Night was With
Perfume Fraught" Berger
"The Itos Flower" Rubinstein
"Fruhlings glaubv" Schubert
"Der Erlkonig" Schubert
"Cacilie" ; .R. Strauss
"Where the Bee Sucks" .Arne-Bantock
Solo by Mrs. Waterman.
"When Is Life's Youth?" Freer
"Flying. Sweeping Swallow" (From
the Hungarian) arr. by ...F. Korbay
"Morning Hymn" Henschel
Cantata, "Sir Olnf" Ware
Miss Blodwen Jones.
"Sir Oluf 1
Thomas orchestra cjncert. Soloists
Mme. Nevada Vander Veer and Miss (
Overture, "Husitzka" Dvorak '
Andante from Symphony No. 5 ...
'. . . Tschaikowsky
Aria, ' Joan of Arc" Bemburjr
Mme. Neada Vander Veer.
Scherzo, "The Sorcerer's Appren-
Suite, "Die Koenisskinder"
PrrPide. "Minstrel's Scnc," "Child
Aria from "lxnilse" Charpentier
Miss Florence Hinkle.
Symjihonic Waltz Slock
Hungarian Innres (IT 21) ...Brahms
Thomas orihestra. Soloists, Reed
Miller, Mans Letz.
0rture. "Melusina" ...Mendelssohn
HKM-.t i r MiliKTU tkvm iviiiin. Alia. "Pure as a BuJ of
Th- ti1(, iii ruis- d by "The Frolic" is
to be tu.nl for the benefit of the Ath
1' tic aHHoeliitioii of the high si hol,
ach person who 'ni s fpendiiig as
much or as little as he elioivs, end
for all that every pern.i li.ivn.r a f.r.oil
time. The rfornanc.J8 begin nt 7:r.O,
uj all of them but the vaudeville
dose at 10, iu lime fur the alumni per
formauce. VVI II KOH 1IIR 1-AHAItR.
Parade Mnt-ger Ben Cark has ar
lii'ni'd for a big street parade for th;
iifternoon, and tays that the motto of
his workers has beeu "Something for
each and every show of 'The Frolic," "
and in this he says that they have
been very successful In carrying this
motto out. So uiTvuiif should watth
fur the parade.
. . .Tho:n:;s
"Wets- Win Election.
Cairo, 111.. April IS. The "wets"
were victorious at Thebes, 111., at the
ALL in BILLS
This is the time of the
year to clean hue it lit
al.vo the time to clean up all
outstanding bill". Why not
get enough from us to y
all your debt and have only
one place to pay? It is the
only M-nxtble method to get
an your fert. Hundred
tiave done m. We will make
you a loan on such low rates
and easy payment tliat you
will not te burelened.
We loan money on furni
ture, piano, live stork, etc.
If unable to rail, phone or
RELIABLE LOAN CO.
1H051 Serond Avenue.
Phone Weat K)OM.
Open Wednesday and Satur
Mr. Reed Miller.
Symrhony No. 5, E Minor, from the
"New World Symphony," Opus 95
Adaglo-Allogro niolto, I.argo, Scher
zo, Aib gro con fuoeo.
Iarghe-tto, Rondo from Violin Cou-
Cupriccio E.-iiagnol, Opus ?,i
"Alboraila." "Variations." "Altior
ada," "Scene and Gypsy Song," "Fan
dango of the Asturias."
Thomas orchestra concert. Soloists
Frederick Weld. Miss Florence Hinkie,
Mine. Ntvada Vander Veer, Reed Mil
ler Overture. Academic Festival ..Brahms
Aria, Vision Fugitive from Herodlade
. . . Massenet
Tone Poem. Don Juan Strauss
Three Choral Numbers:
Psalm XXIII Schubert
' Ixve Song Bantock
The Bridegroom Brahms-Star
Harmonie Chorus. Ixv.iise St. John
Tristan and Isolde Wagner
I Act. II. Introduction. Love scene and
IBrangaene's Warning. Isolde, Miss
j Hinkle. Brangaene, Mme. Vander
Veer. Tristan. Frederick Miller.
Siegfried, Waldw-eben Wagner
Die Walkure, Ride of the Valkyries
Die Melstersinger: Vorsplel
LidJriz:, ,l r '-ssa
1 " ... - 1
Bigger bargains in greater variety will be offered tomorrow than we have ever offereu cefore. Great number oi yellow price
tickets will disclose the bargains not advertised. Many bigger bargains than one' could expect will confr nt the early
comers. Don't delay and wait until next Friday but come while opportunity is ripe. Toung & McCombs want the out of
town buyers as well as the people of Eock Island to know that here is the store to do your buying, where you get three
things with every purchase all the time quality, price and satisfaction. Bargain Friday only emphasizes these points and
those who come early Friday are those who get the biggest bargains because they get first pick.
First Floor Second aisle to right
One big lot of ladies' tan Russia calf
button boots, welt sole and all solid
Friday only . . . .
Ladies' lace patent leather and vicl
kid oxfords, a $2.25
value at $1.19
First Floors First aisle to right
Men's solsette panamas in blue, ecru
and white with silk frog trimmings,
regular $2.50 value, special for Fri
Men'a 60c silk ties in all the newest
styles and colors,
Friday only ." 29c
First Floor Main aisle.
Any kind of 15c playing
card, three for
Sample pieces of oil cloth
and linoleum, each
Electric wall paper cleaner,
10c a can, three for 25c
Heavy china matting,
extra value, yard I2V2C
White and ecru figured curtain nets,
45 Inches wide, 7
30c value, yard M m C
Colored madras, 45 inches wide,
worth up to 55c a yard,
First Floor First aisle to left.
One big lot of hand embroidered
ladies' drawers with eyelet work, a
big $4.50 value,
Friday special . . ,
Embroidery or lace trimmed combi
nation suits, $1.39
values, Friday at ....
A big table of broken lots and sizes
in corsets worth up to
Brassiers, worth $1 and selling not
less than that anywhere, but Friday
while they last 59c
Children's combination suiu and
princess slips made of fine material,
trimmed with lace and tucks, wortn
for . . :
Another lot of combination suits
trimmed with lace and embroidery,
worth $1.50 for $1.19
Children's corset covers made of
shear material, trimmed in lace and
embroidery, worth up to 75c,
20, off on all bordered and exclu
sive dress patts, chiffon, marquisette,
silk serge and foulards, tOf
Friday only O
Friday only, 39c figured and striped
cballls on light and dark grounds,
stripes, dots and small floral designs,
Friday only 19c
D. M. C. No.
ud colors .
3, for crocheting bags,
Stamped linen bags with and without
fringe, beautiful designs, just the
thing for summer, half price.
First Floor Rear of main aisle.
Kayser's short silk gloves, doubled
f.nger tips, In all the fancy shades.
with embroidered or tucked cuffs.
$1.00 and $1.25
Two-clasp lisle gloves in all colors,
25c value at 19c,
Rear first aisle to left
36-Inch full bleached muslin, soft fin
ish, a good value at 10c, 1.
Short lengths of long cloth, no flaws
in the cloth, up to 15c a yard,
Friday only, yard 5c
1 7-inch well mads all . linen crash
only, yard IVf O
Ask to see this toweling after be
First Floor First aisle to right
First Floor Hear of main aisle.
Children's bags, In ecru
Leather bags In all
worth up to $1.50,
Friday only .......
the new styles,
Trimmed hats, all colorn and shapes,
worth up to $7.00, fi O
Large untrimmed black shapes Tor
Friday only $1.50
First Floor First ahsle to right.
Children's black cotton ribbed hose,
10c value, Friday's sale, PZf
four pair for Ov
Ladies black cotton hose, 20c values,
two pair for 25c
First Floor Rear of main aisle-
Wire hairpins, all sizes, sold
Safety pins In all sizes, regular 5c
values at two dozen for 5 c
A nice line of pearl buttons in small
and large sizes, dozen 4 c
IN BARGAIN BASEMENT-EXTRA SPECIAL
Toilet paper, the American brand,
Friday only, two rolls for 5c
Woodshlne, one-fourth pint cans,
Friday only 12c
Ladies' patent and gun metal oxfords,
special for Friday 98c
Ladies' night gowns, tucked and lace
trimmed yokes '. 59c
Ladies' night gowns, tucked yokes,
Ladies' knit summer union suits,
S9c and 25c
Lace dresser scarfs and pillow
shams, Friday 25c
Fancy sideboard scarfs,
for only 35c
Embroidering floss, all colors,
per skein 1c
Curtain scrlmfi many pretty patterns
Friday, yard 12c
John Clark's sewing thread,
Ladies' black moire underskirts,
each 59C and 75c
Children's ribbed hose,
15c value for 10c
Assorted lot of children's caps, "
your choice , 1 0c
Tar soap, three bars for 10o
Ocean pearl buttons,
?ozen 5C, 8c, 10c
Special for Friday, Swift's Pride
laundry soap, eight bars for 25c, 33
bars for $1.00,
100 bars for $3.00
Three vests, worth 75c. This Is our
big value. Three different styles of
lace, of a very sheer lisle finished
thread, Bargain OQ
Friday three for sFl
Ladies' plain Swiss ribbed lisle vests
with narrow shoulder straps,
50c value for 39c
IN OUR JEWELRY
First Floor First aisle to right
Cold meat fork and berry spoon in
lined box, extra plated hand burnish
Hat pins, 309 to select from, values
up to $2.75, S0
Fountain pens, plain and fancy, gold
plated mountings, Cfca
$1.00 value vJ57V
First Floor Near elevator.
Sanitol tooth powder, tooth paste,
mouth wash, all 25c sizes,
Friday only ,
25c tooth brushes 15c
Cold handle skillets, large ize, Frl-
onljr . . . . 15c
yourself, "I'll do It tomorrow," or
"I'll wait until tomorrow?" . And
haven't you always resolved to lie in
ambush for opportunity hereafter, to
grasp him when he comes by on the
run or even sit up all night in expecta
tion of his single knock on the door?
Opportunity is sprinting through
Ilork Island now in the shape of the
Dictionary. One coupon and 98 cents
will get get you the dictionary bound
in full limp leather, sold at $4 gen
erally; one coupon and 81 cents for
the dictionary bound in half leather,
sold at $3 at other times; one cou
pon and 4 8 cents for the cloth bound
dictionary, usually sold at $2. With
the exception of the binding and il
THERE ARE NOW ONLY
FEW CHANCES LEFT
(iet Tlii Beautiful Book Now Before
It Is Ft erlaAtiuKly Too Late
At it Is planned to discontinue The
'Argus' great educational campaign,
only a few days remain in which one
! may obtain Webster's New Illustrated
I Dictionary on the favorable terms
made possible by the coupon clipped
LIFE TO THE SKIN"
offer by The Argus to its readers of lustrations, all of the three styles
a splendid Webster's New Illustrated
Dictionary and you are false to your
resolves and intentions if you fail to
pet that book today. For, remember
they're going fast and it's very like
ly that the fellow ahead of you might
he the one who's going to get the last
book. So why not do It today?
If you've been waiting because you
have not been sure of the worth or
the dictionary, such fear should be
dispelled through the fact that the
letters praising The Argus' dictionary
for Its excellence In every respect
have come from ail walks of life.
1 young and old, rich and poor, clergy
and laity, business, professional and
laboring man uniting in their praise
of the latest and best dictionary pub
lished. Isn't that enough for you?
Why not clip out that coupon to
day? You'll find It printed elsewhere
In today's Argus. Clip It out and
with the small expense bonus which
from The Argus. After this distribu
tion ends the book will be procurable ; is asked to cover the cost of distribut
or, ly through the stores and the pur-'iLg the books secure that dictionary
chaser will pay $1 for a book now
obtainable for only SS cents and the
coupon. So if you need an up-to-date
dictionary, act now and save regrets
How many business openings of
1 some kind cr other have you lost
that you really intend to get. For
you can't afford to miss it.
Remember, one Argus coupon and
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ALL THE OFFICES
Chicagoans were elected to everyone
of the state offices of the Royal Ar
canum which is holding its state con
vention in Moiine. The election was
at the session yesterday afternoon and
following are the officers chosen:
Grand Regent Graeme L. Smith,
Grand Vice Regent Frank Daley,
Grand Orator Harvey Strlckler,
Grand Chaplain F. l Johnson, Chi
cago. Representatives to Supreme Council
Richard E. Kropf, C. Arch Williams
and John Kiley, all of Chicago; alter
nates Walter Hayes of Belvidere, W.
C. Eggert and F. T. Silba, both of Chi
Secretary John Kiley, Chi
Treasurer Fred Wilk, Chl
Auditor Chris Link, Chica-
Every family ana especially those
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 U
most excellent in all cases of rheuma
tism, sprains and bruises. Sold by all
news all tna time. Tb
Your Banking Connections
The service of a strong and thoroughly equipped
financial institution, such as the Rock Island Sav
ings bank, should be made use of by every person
handling money in cither large or small amounts.
It has always been our policy to extend our com.
plete facilities to every man and woman in this
section of the state, regardless of the size of his or
her financial transactions.
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