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THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS
WEDNESDAY, JULY 31, 1912.
Rock Island. IIL Mack Island. IU. 1 Rock Mtand. lUtoeis. 1 Re lind, IL Hock Island, III. I Rock Island, 111.
Executive Committee of Sun
day School Association
Plans for Convention.
The MD-SUMMER CLEARING
The heads of departments and ths '
executive committee of the Rock It- I
land County Sunday School atsoc.'a-1
Hon met last night at the reaidence
of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Hanberg and
besides deciding on Important matters
In connection with the anneal conven
tion which Is to be held this year at
the Second Congregational church,
Mollne, Sept. 18 and 18, adopted plans
for covering the county with an Insti
tute for each township; agreed on the
dates when this work should be done,
and alno on the speakers for the ser
ies. As soon as the date and the hour
can be arranged with the local
schools, the schedule will be put into
print and distributed through the
The plans agreed upon thus far are
Auk. 25, the following six town
ships are to be visited: Coal Valley
In the forenoon. Rural, In the after
noon. Edglngtnn In the forenoon; An
dalusia In the afternoon; Buffalo Prai
rie In the fort-noon; iJrury in the aft
ernoon. For Sept. 1 Cordova In the after
noon; Port Byron, in the evening;
foe in the forenoon and Zuma in the
afternoon; Canoe Creek in the after
noon and Hampton in the evening.
Sept. 8 Rowling In the forenoon,
and Milan In the afternoon; South
Mollne in the afternoon and Soutn
Rock Trlaud In the evening.
The following have consented to he
among the workers: Mrs. H. E. Sud
Icw, superintendent of elementary
crk in the county; Harry E. VanDu
er, Clarence S. Trevor, Wilson P.
Hunt. E. H. Mt-Kown and John H.
Hnuberg. It Is exported that others
of the departments, such as teacher
training, adult department, advanced
mldslonary and temperance will be
added to the above list of workers. '
The purpor.e of these Institutes at this
time Ih to encourage officers and !
teachers In Sunday school work, and .
also to call attrition to the annual j
convention for which a speaker of
more than national fame hus been se
curer in the person of John l. Alex
ander of New York city, while other
w ell known workers also will be on
Iluy a home of Kefdy Bros.
For express, tall William Tref.
Tri-Clty Towel Supply company.
Kerler Rug company for vacuum
dialling and rug making.
Luwn niowers sharpened and re
paired at i iubis s. Third ave
nue. Our B. B. serge at J 33 Is the txwt
Yalue ever offered. J. U. Zlmmor's
Cenulne Fb'iadelpntan lawnmowers
for sale at Charles Ficbig, 1C18 Third
Six per cent farm mortgages. Llt
ten & Roberts, People's National bank
Milan artesian water, approved by
city and stale, delivered daily.
Pbone West 1770.
Battles & Co. will be closed all day
Thursduy on account of the grocers
and butchers' picnic.
C. A. Speidel's drug store, the
store of quality. QaUty In drugs
counts for everything.
Hot, dry. Now Is the time you need
lawn hose. Channon & Dufva. 112
West SvitutM-uth street.
Such as these should make our
linen section a very
Heavy plain white all linen wash
crash 18 inches wide, yd ll!4c
Full 72 Inches wide, cream bleached
table damask, pure linen, plain
centers, dots, and floral designs,
a yard 6S
36-Inch square, satin damask, lunch
cloths, each 50"
Hemstitched dresser scarfs, one
row of drawn work, each . ..-23
Near linen suiting in plain white
and fancy colors, 36 inches wide,
yri 12 Vzt
18-Inch damask fruit napkins.
Heavy bleached toweling, colored
stripe border, yard 7
COLLARS AND FISSUES
50c AND 79c
Representing values np to $1.50,
all over embroidery, lace trimmed
and net. clearing r c t rr
25c VALUES 19c
These represent odd lots of mesh
and balbriggan shirts and drawers,
clearing at 10
42 INCH UNBLEACHED
PILLOW CASING V.zc
A lot of mill lengths of 12!-bc
quality, 42 inch casing, clearing
EXTRA SHEETS FOR
Co . ,
A Most Sensational Sale of Embroideries
Will Be Inaugurated Thursday, the 1st of August
The fallowing announcement of one of New York's largest importers will explain the reason for these extra
ordinary offerings. We were requested not to use the importer's name, so we simply give the announcement with
out the firm name:
It is needless to say that we secured the plums
of this great sale, just come here and see for
yourself We feel confident that you have
never been offered such rare values in beauti
ful embroideries before.
Ready Thursday, Tomorrow,
at 9:30 o'clock and Till Sold
The lots quoted here are only a few of many.
This purchase, consisting of nearly 8,000 yards, contains
only the very highest class of embrcidery made in St. Gall,
None of the ordinary coarse, showy, half finished embroid
ery, so often offered in sales, but the genuine "Fastedge"
beautifully finished kinds that always show their merit when
it comes to wearing quality and richness of design.
S. McCabe &
On the 25 of July we will move
to our new building, Broadway and
It is our intention
entire stock, consisting
$300,000 worth of finest
galloons, all-overs, etc
price to effect an immediate
ance of the entire stock.
to sell our
f louncings ,
, at any
White crochet bags with
f ramea, clearing them at . .
75c TOURIST CASES
Pink, blue, lavender and black anil
white checke, rubber lined. if
clearing at JJC
An extra large size and extra gra le
muslin sheet clearing
$2.00 PLAID BLANKETS
A (soft fleecy cotton blanket in all
colors, justSO, to
CHOICE OF 100 PIECES
SWISS, 6' 2c YD.
All Fhort pieces, lengths
yards, values up to 15r,
DOUBLE FOLD GING
HAMS, YARD 7'2C
Fancy styles, checks, strlpea,
plaids, plain colors in these 10c
ginghams, clearing 7
at a yard I 2C
45-INCH FL0UNCINGS OF MOST EXQUISITE DESIGN
Lot No. 1 7
contains "0 pieces
effects and all over embroiaeried
45 inch Bouncings, $1.75 to 12.25
at a yard
Lot No. 2
contains 45 inch
flouncings in a most attractive
range of designs, $2.00 to $2.50
Lot No. 3
patterns in 45 inch flouncings, $2.50
o $3.50 values,
at a yard
Lot No. 4
contains the sea-
quisite Van Pyke patterns In 45
inch flouncings, $3.50 to $4.50 val
a yard ,
27-INCH FLOUNCINGS IN MOST BEAUTIFUL DESIGNS
Lot No. 1
Contains all over
patterns in newest designs, 27
inches wide, $1.00 to $1.25 gr
values, at a yard OiJC
Lot No. 2
Irish crochet ef
fects in 27 inch flouncings $1.25 to
$1.60 values. Q
at a yard OiC
I T 1 contains 25 pieces
LUl iNO. O of dainty open
lacy patterns in 27 inch flouncings,
all $1.60 values,
at a yard . . . .
Lot No. 4
contains the rich-
effects In 27 Inch flouncings that
we have seen this season, $1.75 to
at a yard
-for dresses for children or
grown tips or for waists, many
prefer the sets with the elges, insertions and flounces to match.
Here is one lot containing 600 yards of beautifully designed
embroidery, values 60c to 95c,
at a yard 58c and
dresses, waists, etc..
these galloons are indispensable at the three prices mentioned
here you will find the most beautiful Irish crochet, English
eyelet and other lacey effects in galloons, values from 39c to
$1.25, at a yard CtL
58c 39c and JLUC
noth edgings and Insertions in this
lot, many widths, clearing o
at a yard JC
These well known brushes need no
introduction, the 75c tLQ
quality clearing at JOC
BREAD TRAYS, $l!98
Just a few of these
plate trJys, engraved
patterns, clearing at ..
A DOZEN "25c
Several styles in
up to 97c values
clearing at a doz.
$5.50 ONES, $3.2
Burnished brass finished fern
dishes, fancy design. Jewelry
department. am CttL
clearing at &O.JD
$9.00 ONES FOR $7.50
Three piece bags with sewed cov
ers, goatskin, seal gralne
MEN'S SOFT COLLARS
15c VALUE 10c
White, blue, tan and grey
soisette collars, ISc values,
MEN'S 75c DRESS
Madras and percale shirts In neat
patterns, full 75c value, g r
clearing at JJC
Odd lots from regular 50c lines of
of fine silk neckwear, Cttt
clearing at JtJC
PROPS FOR 8r
feet long, clearing
Rubber lined, equipped with neces
nary toilet articles. ACk
clearing at rC
Including all kinds of laces In dif
ferent lengths, clearing ff
at a length JC
ASSORTED HAIR NETS
5 FOR 10c
Tied end nets, light, medium and
dark brown and blonde,
clearing at 5 for
us dally. Follow the
A fireproof safe In the house or store
I is a necessity. We have them from
112 ut. Flebic. lockamitih. 1C19
Crm ..aa) T V T 1 . . , 1 .
vvoi, vubi, iui. i tie nwk iiuuid a bird avenue.
Fuel company will deliver to Tou all
the best trade of hard and soft coal.
Fifth avenue unlon
at Ralph Stanton's
give you an opportunity to save a big
per cent. Let us be of service to
Phil. S. Wllcher, the leading tin
and sheet metal worker. It will pay
you to learn about the Weir furnace.
It has the reputation of giving you
the greatest beat and consumes
Call for the
btrecker &. Lewis, wholesale aud re- i Club Smoker, Nineteenth street and ! about one-half less coaL
aii ateius jor pauiia me wasnaol Second avenue,
wail covering lor kitchen and bath
We have a good stock of lawn hose,
and have nutnlr.g but good buae. Chan
nun & Dufa, 112 West Seventeenth
Sewing machines repaired and war
ranted for cne year. Supplies for all
machines. Fieblg. locksmith. 1619
, Ward McMahon will
Look over your garden hose. If it i
"Aorn out. let .is send you another eec-
j tion. Channon & Dufva, 112 Weat Sev
j enteenth street.
I Lerch A Greve, wall paper and
'paint store, will help you select any
ot the 1912 designs in wall paper fori store.
E. E. Lamp, plumbing, steam and
bot water beating, gaa fitting. His
efficient knowledge of the busiseas
justly entitles him to your patronage.
His shop has all modern equipments. J
Everything in Dlumblng supplies.
estimates on your plumbing, steam
-uu ii ;r ucmuii, iui mt , kind of tmoki' iudiiIU
your borne. 2002 Fourth avenue.
Dunsmore and O'Connell smoke
bouse and billiard parlors, corner of
nue. Every brand of good cigars and
will give yon Twentieth street and
liartlett Bros.' teas. oCee. spices,
extracts and baking powders have c
equal. One thousand people are or-
Bouders Laundering company at
Math's bakery iid confectionery
the finest In the tri-citlea.
Bread, cakes, pies, cookies and hot
rolls. They can't be beat. Most
people say they are superior to any
home baking. Let them serve you.
M. R. Iglehart marble and granite
works save you the middleman's
profits. From 16 to 25 per cent saved
BY P0SLAM AND
1 01-503 Twelfth street. This laundry jon every monument and all kinds of
is equipped with the very latest mod- monumental work. Call at our shop
em machinery, turning out work that;011 Second avenue and see for your-
U not surpassed by any laundry In
sultation free at Fred Bleuer's, the
Simmons & White, new and second
hand stores, two big stores. The
largest in the state. Their great
slaughter sale will commence In a
few days. Goods will be sold at un
heard of prices. Everything goes.
1517-1519 Second avenue.
We are the leaders for up to date
laundry work. Each shirt finished
by hand and put up in a carton in
suring work. Delivered to you in
good condition. We guarantee no
cracked collars or cuffs. City Steam
laundry. Reid & Bollman, 4CT Sev
Bcreams the little daughter ran to the ! physician who after an examination
aid of the injured woman, and after announced that there was a severe
assisting her up the steps, called a fracture of the right shoulder blade.
White Plains, N. Y. Harry K
Thaw was .taken back to the Mattea
wan asylum for the Insane Tuesday.
Mueller Lumcer company will en-
W. L. Ganserts candy factory.
Rock Island's most important Indus-
able you to build a fin houu or barn I trT- Chocolates, creams and cara-
cut of the choicest select lumber and ' K1 re ld by " flr,t
you will be surprised and yet pleas-: fctkners and grocers. Call for
ed to learn the low prices they are i Gansert s and get the purest and best.
The Boston Shoe company shoe
store will please and satisfy your
wants In reliable up-to-date foot
wear, giving you solid comfort and
long wear. You will tell your
Mothers and thue- bavins the care of
lniajit Lo are chal l uiiu .ri Hated
by kui .n.pUuua auU i aLes i.l ap
preciate Hie loollm. soottinc ani
luain.u proirt:t vf 1'obUm aud 1W
etl term. hen thi chaoriler are the friends.
priiiciii caue of fre-u.n and lil bu-t KAn and Kelohardt cigar store still
inor .NeitU-r contain antuing whtcu', , 1. , A x, . ,7r
u in any way lLlure the m.t Vh. taX led- Most liberally patron
cat,. ai,d tend'-r skin. Itehiun stops Ued. Everything In tobaccos, cigars
r,X't!,.Hn1.V.U1.fppli,'1 '"' nw 'and smokers' supplies. Man is never
sii!uin d. an.-ry kin ; omfoneti. The . . .V . , .
complete cure f m Eetna. a. tie. all erup-1 oottr atlsfled than when smoking
tioi.n. itcliiK troubles, sunl'urn. tiuu I their choice brands.
fail and every f.rm of skin ailment! a- o r.n . ...
is .)! uroWished bv P.lam i T' S' OHu- n0Br nd feJ tor".
IT)SI.AM SOP besld-s ntgUtinc In having a big trade on stock and
w"rk. of healin hould r e used poultry food. Dr. Hess' stock food
dsilr for tts manv hem fit to th pkln. tnr h..r- r.tti. h. .k.
whether or not riWeae is t.r-fient. li- st ,5 t CU1f' t0g"' ,heP ad
for baby's bath: absolutely mire; 'l kinds of poultry. It makes the
oo1ih trn-r sk'n: never Irr'sTe , bens lay every day.
A. J. Relng. N. W. Steiner H. O Rolfs , D , , . , ...
and all dmoH.ts sell Poslam f rrW K ! Tn Rock M Lemner and Man
cnt arwl Powlam Soap inrioe 15 tfacturlng company, lumber sad
nts. For fr- xsmrle writ to n, ' building material for all purpose.
Improving sight. That'B what our
glasses are doing. If you have reason
to believe that there Is anything
wrong with your eyes at all you
should have thence examined at once.
Small charge for proper glasses. Con-
The World Knows
the best preventive and cor
rective of disorders of the
digestive organs is the gentle,
harmless, vegetable, always
effective family remedy
la seas 10c 2Ss
10,000 BUTTONS ARE
ORDERED BY SOCIETY
Ten thousand buttons for the pur
pose of raising funds through their
sale for the purchase of the Soldiers
Monument have been made through
the American Regalia company of
Rock Island, Theodore Eichlesdoerfer,
manager. The button, one of the neat
est novelties in its line, bears a pho
tograph of the monument, while Sol
diers Monument and Rock Island. 111.,
bear the legend of the picture. Each
button is made from a separate pho
tograph, a new method in the manu
facture of the article. Heretofore one
picture has suff-ced for all of the but
tons. On the Lack of the button an-
! pears the union label. The Rock Is-
llanrt Xlnfliin-cint.l ,n
ed for the button day for Saturday
when the buttons will be sold to
those who care to aid in erecting this
remembrance to the soldiers and sail
ors of past wars.
TRIPS OVER BROOM;
FALLS DOWN CELLAR
Tripping on a broom, Mrs. T. F.
Wheelan, 710 Fifteenth 6treet, this
morning lost her balance and plunged
head first down a flight of cellar steps,
a distance of six feet, alighting with
such force as to break her rieht
fctouldfcr. lleirirg her mother's
Interest in The Semi-Annual Clearance
at The Bee Hive continues unabated
Enthusiasm increases every day, because there is no "letting up" on our part.
"We have but two sales each year and we are determined to make these real
It is harvest time for you and you have a right to expect the greatest values of
the season. 4
20 to 50 'Reductions
SFI K CO ITS
SFI K DKKSStS
New bargains take the place of those that have been sold broken assortments
are condensed and prices furrier reduced so that those who did not come yester
day or today will fare equally well by coming tomorrow. Our only object now
is to "clean up" and clean up we will if low pricing will do it-
The 3ee Hibe Cor- SeZfjfJlady Sts