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THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS
THURSDAY, OCTOBER 17, 1912.
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A Resume of the Attractive Necessities of Womankind in the
M. & K. Ready-to-Wear Department
The young woman of today demands above all else novelty, variety and distinction in her
clothes, and we can supply that demand. And Dame Fashion has placed her absolute ap
proval on all styles shown by us. We are submitting for your approval:
In chevots, worsteds, cut
velours, imported and domestic
fabrics, $19.95, $25, $29.50,
$35.00, $39.50 to $60.00.
In the skirt section we are
fhowing a newly arrived lot of
imported Bedford cords, hand
somely corded and pleated at
the side with small pleats in soft
shades of taupe, brown, blue
and black, $10.95 to $12.50.
A liberal display of cheviots
and serges made in all shades
ranging in price from $3.95 to
$15.00. Fifty differ ent models
to choose from.
The waist stock contains all
that could possibly be asked for
in strictly tailored all Irish linen
waists, to the more extravagant
embroidered front waists at
$3.95 to $9.95.
The mannish shirt with the
soft French collar and turned
back cuff, of French flannel,
cheviots and imported madras,
$2.95 to $5.95.
A beautiful array of chiffon
and charmeuse in the more re
fined waists for dress, our crea
tions, with soft chiffon over
silk predominating range in
price from $6.75 to $25.00 .
A new shipment of petticoats
is amongst the late arrivals. A
regular $2.95 value for Friday
and Saturday is priced at $1.95.
while a full assortment of jer
sey tops and messaline in all
dark seasonable and pastel
shades, is shown at $2.95,
$3.95 and $4.95.
Beautiful imported worsteds in two-tone effects, brown and black, and gray
end black, handsome soft silk lining and exquisitely tailored. A regular
$45.00 suit specially priced for Friday
and Saturday 3DUU
This department is so stocked as to meet any reasonable
demand made upon it, for either formal or informal dress for
all occasions . From tailored seiges and charmeuses for infor
mal wear to Parisian models, and modified American make3
of these models for formal wear, it is complete.
One of the most particularly prominent and desirable
gowns for afternoon and evening weear is a white charmeuse
in a Paquin model made with the draping waist and skirt, which
lends to it a decided butterfly effect, with extreme simplicity
Many decided styles in serges, silks, charmeuse, and
Aeolians, are also here, as is a wonderful showing for the
little tots of from four years to 14 years of age. Shown in
blues and browns, beautifully trimmed in contrasting shades.
Robespierre ideas are a predjminating feature of the neck
wear fashion for fall and from all indications will continue to
hold sway throughout the winter. Fashion note. We are
making a liberal showing of Robespierre detachable collars in
solid blacks, black and white and solid whites from 50c to
T?OCK Island,! ll.
Made up in Johnny and full
length effects zebra stripes,
all wanted effects In heavy
diagonals, chinchillas, boucle
cloth, cheviots and hard finish
ed effects. These are service
able good looking and give as
surance of plenty of warmth
without greater weight. They
are priced at $9.95, $12.50,
$15.00, $1995. $25, $29.50,
$35.00 and $50.00, with spe
cial values at $19.95, $25.00,
From 4 to 14 years of age,
in chinchillas, blanket effects
and cheviots, some full and
some half-belted with fancy
cellar and cuff trim; in all
wanted shades, $3.95 to
The ladies will doubtless be
glad to know that there is at
least one place in the tri-citiea
where they can secure White ,
Ratine vests which lend so
much to a lady's appearance.
The handbag and pocket
book section is carrying all that
can be spoken of with regard
to this season's up-to-date
bags. Creations from the
French markets in all desirable
shades to match the outer wear
ing apparel-witli bronze, nickel
and gold trimmings from $1.50
t'so Wonderlne now.
Buy a borne of Retdy Broa.
For express, call William Tref.
Tri-Clty Towel Supply compio.
Don't fall to use Wouderine for house
, Ch;.s ic Sanborn's coffees at the
Woiulenue takes the place of soap
Make cmr house cleaning easier by
Kerler Kug company for vacuum
cUaniug end ru cm akin,?.
Our B. O. serge at 113 Is the beet
value ever offered. J. 3. Zhomer'i
Everything necessary for your fur
r.ace at AUu. Myers. & Company.
Everything in the stove line from
"A" to "'I'' at Allen. Myers Com
pany. Flash lights and e.ecirical novel
las. (. harles Fiebig. Third
Six per cent farai mortgage. LK-U-n
Huberts. People's XatiorM bans
Earth U Bros.' teas. oBee, spice
extract), tad Dating powders have
equal. On thousand people are or-
dericg fi em us dally. Follow tnc
The best qualitiy mica in all sizes j
and at lowest prices at Alien, Myers
Milan artesian water, approved by
city and state, delivered dally.
1'hone West 1770
Get Allen. Myers & Company If you.
w ant your heating put in good ordtr j
for the winter. Telephone W. IS.
Coal, coal, coal. The Rock Island :
Fuel company will deliver to you all
the best grades of hard and soft coaL '
Winter is coming, better get that1
padlock and haTe your door keys
made. Charles Fiebig, 119 Third '
Strscker & Lewu, wholesale and re- ,
; tall agents for Sanitas the washable '
! wall covering for kitchens and hath- !
Do you want your furnace or pipes ;
covered to tave fuel? Allen. Myers
i Company do it right, reasonable and
Try Ralph Stanton's Club Smoker
' first for pennants, also full line of
clear Havana1, Key West, and domes-
. tic cigars. !
! Ward McMahon WJ1 give yon !
'. estimates on ycur plumbing, steam '
, and hot water heating that will save j
you uioney. j
I Sew mg macninea repaired and war-1
ranted for one year Supplies for all i
machines. Fiebig, locks miUv 161
A fireproof safe In the house or store
Is a necessity. We have them from
$12 up. Fiebig, lockamltlh, 1619
M. R. Iglehari marhle and granite
works save you the middleman's
profits. From 15 to 25 per cent saved
on every monument and all kinds of
monumental work. Call at our shop
on Second avenue and see for your
self. Repairs for all kinSs ana classes of
stoves, hot air furnaces, steam or hot
w-ater heaters can be promptly had
from Allen, Myers & Companv.
What tempts you in coffee? F'.avcr
isn't it? Try Chase & Sanborn's Seal
brand. Its full, rich flavor is a con
stant temptation to all true lovers of
good coffee. The Mill store sells it.
The Vestment guild of Trinity
church w ill hold a lea and taie of use.
ful hous-holding articles in the Pal
let house. Saturday Oct. 19, from 3 to
5. A cordial invitation is extended to
Are you 'hinking of heating your
building w ith hot water or steam and
want it done right away? If so see Al
len. Myers Company, they have the
stork and can do it at once, and Co
it right and reasonable,
i Tht Rock Island Lumber and Man
ufacturing company, lumber and
building material tor all purposes,
houses, barns, granaries. We will
give you an opportunity to save a big
ier cent. Let us be of service to
Bouders Laundering company at
601-503 Twelfth street. This laundrj
is equipped with the very latest mod
ern machinery, turn,r,b cut work thai
Is cot surpassed by any laundry In
Mueller Lumcer company wlli en
able you to build a tine bouse or ban.
out of the choicest select lumber and
!you will be surprised and yet pleaa
' cd to learu the low trices they are
' Anyone can mix coffees, but proper
blf-ndini; and roasting requires years
of experience. Many years of though
! and study have made C bas Sau
i horn's coff..e what it is today. You
c an buy this ceiebraTf-d cofie at the
' Mill store.
j Maiii a taker7 iz.d cootecticnery
store, the finest In the ri-ciues-i
reail. cakes, pies, cookies and hot
rullp They can't be beat. Most
I ecpie say they are superior to any
j Lome taking. I-et them serve yon.
I Duns more ana U'Conneil smoke
i house and billiard parlors, corner of
. Tw entieth street and Fourth ave
nue. Every brand of good cigars and
all kinds of smokers' supplies.
I Kf.iq and r.einhardt clax store sLUl
takes the lead. Most liberally patron
izeo. Everything lu tobaccos, cigars
and smokers' supplies. Man is never
better satisfied than when smoking
their choi'e brands.
. . Lamp, plumbing, steam and
iict water beating, gaa fitting. Ula
efficient knowledge of the business
justly entitles him to your patronage.
I H;s shep has all modern equipments.
IfcveryUiiug in olumbing supplies.
rbll. F. Wllcber. the leading tin
and si te! metal worker. It will pay
ycu tc letrn about the Weir furnace.
I: Lua the reputation of giving you
the greatest heat and consume
about one-balf leas coaL
T. S. O'Hara, flour and feed store,
its having a big trade on stock and
i oultry food. Dr. Hew' stock food
tor torses, cattle, hogs, sheep and
: all kindB of poultry. It makes the
: Ltn6 lay every aa.
The popularity of Bleuer's in all
j jew elry is on account of the wide va
riety of patterns carried in stock
! from which selection is easily made
' to suit the taste of each individual
'i at prices uniformly low. 1702 Sec
' end avenue.
I W. L. Csnaert'a candy factory,
i Uock Island's most Important lndus-
try. Chocolates, creams and cara
I n els are sold by all Arst clasa oon
' fectioners and grocers. Call for
:Gansert'a and get the purest and beat.
We are the leaders for up to date
i laundry work. Each shirt finisued
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 iUeam
laundry. Reid & Bollman, 417 Sev
Johnson's Wood Dye Is not a mere
stain not simply a surface dressing.
It is a real, deep-seated dye, that goes
to the very heart of the wood and
stays there fixing a rich and perma
nent color. Johnson's Wood Dye is
made in 14 standard shades. For sale
by Irch & Greve, 2j02-2004 Fourth
Mr. and Mrs. ii. Ii. Cowled hav
I arrived home from Vermont, where
J they have spent several weeks viait
' Uifc relatives and friends.
j William Peterson spent Sunday at
j Sheffield with his cousins.
, S. Huff of Peoria was visiting rela
I lives here last week.
Mrs. F. Haddick has arrived home
from a visit w.th relatives in Matbers
villj. Richard Walsh. Louis and John Korb
and families arrived home from the
state fair at Springfield
John Ransom was paid a visit by
hU brother, Robert, of Sherrari.
Mrs. J. M. Pike entertained the local
Woman's club Friday. They will next
meet with Mrs. L. Osborn.
The local lodge of Masons met Sat
urday evetiitiK. A banquet followed
the busint-HS meeting.
Mrs. Charl-y Fry was hostess to the
Society of St. Elizabeth last Thursday
Dr. Mai. son has arrived borne from
Chicago, where be went In the inter
ests of the local MaBonic lodge.
.Mrs. George McKinley has been vis
iting relatives in West Liberty, Iowa
Mrs Holkum will entertain the
Clover Ciuth club at its meeting next
A number of the friends of Mrs.
J. G. Smith were entertained at dinner
; Friday in honor of her birthday.
Mesdamea Marcus and leach of
I Albia, Iowa, were visiting friends hero
! lat week.
The riiemberH of the Indies' a-uil-
, bry of the Order of Railroad Train-
n.i-n sjave a farewell party for Verne
Wolfe and family at the home of A.
' Srnail and family. Mr. Wolfe and fam
ily have gone to Brooklyn, Iowa, to
n;al:e their home.
Ayer's Hair Vigor keeps the scalp clean
and healthy. Promotes growth. Checks
falling- Does not color.
A-Ji Your Doctor. t .JFlTZz