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CO-OPERATIVE STORE CO.
ROCK ISLAND, ILLINOIS
THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS, SATURDAY. FEBRUARY 8, 1913.
The new Haberdashery is arriving the new
Sjinntf style are br-inp received.
1'liis is a men" Section. In it you will find:
SHIRTS. COLLARS. CUFFS. NECKWEAR,
SrSi'ENUKKS, SOCKS. XNiHTSIIIKTS. SWEAT
ERS, AND ALL THE LITTLE THINGS THAT MEN
WEAR. ( OLLAR RFTTONS, STUDS. GARTERS.
ETC. A COMPLETE STORE IN 7TSELF, AND
VET PART OF A SYSTEM. LIKE YOUR HAND.
DOES WHAT IT HAS TO DO WELL BECAUSE
YOUR BRAIN DOES THE BOTHERING WHILE
IT DOES THE WORK. OUR BUYER HAS NOTH
ING. TO DO BUT FIND WHAT YOU WANT AND
'THING IS BOUGHT WITH AN
'SIYENESS. ORIGINALITY, SAT
ISFACTION. MEN! DO
STORE AS YOU SHOULD!
FJ GET IT. EVETtt
H EYE TO EXCEL
YOU KNOW THIS
men wouldn't think
it worth their while
to look at Shirts that
cost less than a dollar
and a half. That tra
dition was born of
the limitations of
The Young & Mc
Combs Store has bro
ken through these
limitation. This is
fchown by tbis sea
sonable offering of a
new Spring Shirt,
made of carefullv se
lected fabrics, plain and pleated boeoms. in all the
newest styles and patterns. This is the well liked
Maryland Brand Shirt that we offer for February
SALE OF $1.00 SHIRTS, 79c
Out regular $1 plain bosom soft Shirtc, ens at
t;ictiil. made of jrod materials, and desirable in
even way are offered you while they a.t at only 79c.
(Men's Wear. Ea.4 of Main Entrance).
Sale of Rugs and Draperies
A hou.serleauiutf time bargain sale that will give
you money saving opportuniti"? to put your home
into fresh clean and mot liveable erudition for
Spring. It is- for Monday mul until these lots last.
Sale of Rugs
9x12 China Mat
ting Hugs in blue,
red and green col
ors. Special for
Monday only. $10
a!e irice $6.39.
9x12 velvet Hugs, floral and conventional pat
terns $16.50 values $12.98.
3tix7l! Axminster Hugs. A large assortment to
choose from, in many different colors and patterns,
$3.75 value. $2.89.
Colored Swiss in many different patterns and col
orings. Ht gularlv rJ'-'C l.V and IK values a
Colored Madras for Draperies, so useful in beau
tifying the home. Many patterns to select from. 40
inches wide. 0c value. 45c yard.
65c Cotton Blankets 49c
rl flood quality for this little price, these regular 65c
Lj cotton Blankets in grey with blue borders, should go
H quicklv Monday at 49c. ( 1 hird 1-loor).
Miles of New
There is absolutely no
question about it this
store every day excels in
Ribbon selling; which
means that all-silk Rib
bons (and we sell only
ALL-SILK) cost less on
an average here than at
any other store in this sec
tion. Just Received a lot of
Hair-bow Ribbons, ma
terial, taffeta. They have
the loop edges bro
cades moire and some
are plain. Prices per
yard, 25c to 98c.
Imported Velour Ribbons
with newness, and just
arrived from o'erseaa,
they will appeal. Prices
$1.50 to $5 yard.
Fancy Ribbons 6, 7 and
8 inches wide, Dresden,
Bulgarian and stripes.
25c to $1.25 per yard.
How often one realizes
the refined taste of a wom
an, by noting the dainti
ness of the Handkerchief
she holds in her hand. Yet
how many think only of
the costume, or the ring
on the finger.
A diamond ring will
give far loss of aristocratic
effect than a fine linen
You will find we have
new Handkerchiefs to suit
Maderia and Bernese
hand embroidered Hand
kerchiefs in new designs
at 25c, 50c and 98c.
Armenian and Atz lace
edge Handkerchiefs at
$3.50 down to 50c each.
For Men we have se
cured a Spring line of lin
en Handkerchiefs of very
fine quality at 10c to 50c
Laces for Spring
Laces, Laces, Laces is the
universal cry of the great
makers in Paris the
kings who rule fashion.
We have themore ex
pensive Laces, too, but we
take most pleasure in
hearing women say,
'I can find useful, inex
pensive Edges and Inser
tions at Young & Mc
Comb's." Just Arrived New
shadow and oriental
Laces in bands, edges
and flouncings. Colors:
ecru and white.
Venice Point Rosa
line, St. Gall and embroid
ered Anglai Bands and
Edges. Prices range from
50c to $5.00 per yard.
New Linen Cluny Edges
and Bands a complete
line. (Laces, main floor).
$4 Values $2.98.
$3.50 Values $2.48.
A Sale! A sale of ex
ceptional Shoe values
In the first lot are pat
ent leather, gun metal
and Russian calf skin
Shoes in either the but
ton or lace models. Reg
ular $4 values Monday
In the second lot are
LadifiB' Gun Metal
Shoes, 18 button height,
with the short vamp and
high toes. $3.50 values
Ladies' Rubbers 48c
Special for Monday
(Shoes. Rear Main Floor).
The new Spring
shades will be soft pastel
shades, is Dame Fash
ion's edict for 1913.
We have just imported
a beautiful brocaded
crepe, colored fashion
ably in the new shades of
apricot, lavender, light
blues and cream, that
are to be worn evenings
in fashion's world. This
Cloth drapes beautifully
and is soothingly soft to
the touch. Price $2.1S
in light and dark shades
have arrived. You must
see all the new shades of
this beautiful rich Cloth.
Price $2.48 yard.
(West aisle, main floor).
Children's Wash Suits 39c
made of crood percale,
sizes 2 to fi years, a great
value for Monday's sale,
Children's Rompers 39c
sizes 1 to
Another Picture Sale Monday
500 Framed Pictures, Values $3 to $5, Choice $1
WASN'T IT WONDERFUL bow people crowded the fourth floor Pridayt No, It wasn't.
People are sure to go where they can get value rooh aa were those framed Pictures at
$1. We look forward to even larger orowds for Monday. Those who were fortunate enough
to leenre one or more of the pictures, Friday, have caused their friends to regret not having
attended the sale. So, that all may have equal opportunity to take advantage of this remark
able offer, we have secured a lot of
500 Pictures for a Monday, One Day Sale at $1
West Aisle, Main Floor.
A great sale in the Linen
Section for Monday will start
the week with a boom. Our
linen buyer offers below, eight
bargains that will appeal to
every woman in the Tri-Cities.
Sheets Size 81x99, extra
heavy quality. No 6tairch or
filling, but real linen finish, and
hand torn. Begular price is al
ways $1. Special Monday sale,
PILLOW CASES, HEM
STITCHED Size 42x36.
They are extra fine quality,
and easily worth 25c. Spe
cial Monday sale 15c each.
CRASH MILL REMNANTS
to 10 yard lengths are
these mill ends of extra heavy
quality crash, worth" 15c yard.
Special Monday sale 10Vo.
A Triumph of Wooltex
Style and Value
If we were asked to name what we believed to be
the greatest Spring triumph, we would unhesitatingly
Look at this model: Compare it in
style, in materials, in finish and fine
points of tailoiiyj with any others you
can find at the dce. Compare them, if
you like, with other Suits (not Wooltex)
at $30, or even $35, and say for yourself
which you would prefer.
32 INCH GINGHAM
MILL REMNANTS 10 to
20 yard lengths. Worth
18c yard. Special Monday
sale 12l2c yard.
SHEETING 81 inches
wide, bleached, heavy quality,
no starch or filling. Regular
price 37V2C. Special Monday
ing of Women's
Silk Petticoats for
Spring. They are
made of soft cling
ing messaline and
with straight lines,
and with the knife
pleats and accor
dian pleated floun
ces. They show
the ' newness of
from $2.98 to $6.98.
New and novel
Waists are arriv
ing daily in our
on the second floor.
They are made up
in voil crepe and
trimmed with lace
crochet and em
98c, $1.25 $1.50 to
PEQUOT TUBING 42
inches wide. Extra good
quality, suitable for em
broidaring. Regular price
25c. Special Monday sale
FL ANNE LETTES 27
inches wide, in assorted pat
terns, light and dark .lolor,
worth 1212C Special Monday
$2.93 Black Charmeuse
Petticoats for $2.50
This special value for
Monday is a Black Char
meuse Petticoat with pin
tucked flounces that regu
larly sells at $2.98. Price
No. 2023. 'Winifred' Suit
a plain tailored garment of al
most Bevere simplicity. Not
the elegance of its fit, tbe grace
ful ouUlnei, the amooth curve
and the general effect of hand
moulded cuatom-ntted, made-to-measure
exactness. This suit la
a triumph of tailoring. The ma
terials are shrdlu nup nup nu
terlala are .excel
j& I U I '( Second floor ) .
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ORDER BY MAIL
Monday Is To Be a Great Day in the
We have gathered together bargains of exceptional worth
for a Special Monday Sale. Bargains that are real, that are
.wanted. For Instance:
Old English, Sauce Pans, gray (enameled) ware
in 3 quart sizes will go Monday for only 25c.
Then too, we are offering 3 quart Coffee Pots
in the Old English ware at 39c.
10 quart Dish Pans, Old
English, at 49c.
Old English Wash Basins,
Cold Handled Frying Pans,
size No. 7, at 15c.
Japanned Dust Pan3 at 8c.
And Stove Shovels 5c.
RESIGNS AS HEAD OF
c r. T. Park.tr today resigned Lis
lonMon aa superintendent of the Mod
:r. Woodman of America publ;oat5.;.
i.t-f artment, thi rfaltmatlon taT.c ef
I H t at ouce. Mr. Pcrker. when asVJ
iia.rd'.ng the tua'-ter. would make Co
nient as to his rcasoca for leav
tif or Lis future plan. Mr. Parker
1 t been with the Woodman putllfa
t'or. d5nrtment for the past 13 years
'VT.t-a tne new tuildln? wan occupied
four years ago. be was made superin-ur.d-nt
of printing, which ponUlon .
has filled up until the present time. .
!o f r as ran be learned, no successor
1 a.- been r.amed as yet.
The Centrals were called put this
ffttTQoon at 1:50 o'clock to the old
( able pastures on Thirty-fourth btreet
liMwoen K'.ghth and Ninth avenue (o
rxttuiraisb a grass fire Suppobttlon if
that the fir waa caused by a lighted i
carot or cigar which was carelessly
thrown in the grass. There waa no
I ed to 20 daya In tbe county jail. Aa
I his condition waa alarming, the man
' w as taken to St. Anthony'a hospital,
; where a portion of the time will be
August Danlelson assumed a regu
lar vaudeville role eariy this morning
when he strayed into the wrong house
and went to sleep after he bad Imbib
ed to excels. The residence which be
chose was located at 708 Seventeenth
street. The family were wrapped In
sli.mber, when sonorous snores ema
nating from the front ball, apprised
them cf the fact that a stranger waa
v.i hin the portais. Danielson had
bvrked on the floor after carefully re
moving his hat and coat. Tbe policy
vtere called to arrest the man and this
morning In police court a fine of 110
and costs was assessed.
Jack Boyle, on the verge cf delirium
tremena, was arrested yesterday for
Uruokasneaa, and was today aentenc-
The following casea were continued
until Feb. II: Cbarlea Jarrard of Ox
ford. 111., charged with confidence
game, via tbe bad check route; Charles
Lundberg. disorderly conduct, who as
saulted "Swede" Mandy some time
! IS BURGLARIZED
j The Tnion Electric telephone build
;!ng. located at 2018 Fourth avenue,
was entered by burglars some time
ilast night and the entire place ran
! sacked for valuables. 8o far as can
le learned, nothing was taken The
affair was reported to the police, who
are now working aa the case.
I Aa entrance waa effected by prying
open a rear window. In order to ob
tain access to the two main offices, it
was necessary for the thieves to break
the glass in the partitions. Desks
were pried op n and searched for valu
ables, papers being strewn all over tbe
floor. The discovery of the visit waa
made early this morning by Tom
O'Neill, a wireman employed by the
company, and a report w as immediate
ly made to the police.
Hourly or Emergency Nurse.
Miss Edna Flanagan. G. N.. will
atewer calls, day or night, for hourly
or emergency nursing. Massage a
specialty. Residence 634 Elgbteenta
street Phone west 833-X. (Adv.)
Attention, Members Court cf Honor
j The officers of the degree team and
j members of Court of Honor No. 31 are
. requested to meet at Beselln'a ball at
1 7:30 p. m.. Feb. 10, to attend Black
jHawk Court of Honor meeting. By
order cf Mrs. Iowa Treft, Chancellor,
JCourt of Honor No. II. (AdvJ
ANOTHER WEEK TILL
GRAND JURY MEETS
It has been generally believed that
the grand Jury was to resume its In
vestigation of the sheriffs office Mon
day, following the recess which was
decided upon late last week. Such
Is not the case, however, aa the in
vestigating body will not meet again
until a week from Monday. The de
lay is caused by the fact that a num
ber of important witnesses were not.
available when wanted and could not
be secured short of next week.
33 NEW CHARGES
Chicago, Feb. 8. City Pros
ecutor Mclaerney filed salt against
Alderman Albert R. Tearney yes
terday specifying 33 violations
of the 1 o'clock saloon closing ordi
nance, and covering almost every day
! In November and December. All are
Iset before Municipal Judge Caverly for
'Feb. 18. Three cases against, tbe Al
iderman were disposed of two weeks
'ago by a jury finding him guilty of one
i offense and fining him $20. Two other
leases went by default with an agree
jnjent tbat the fine should be placed at
;$20 In each. I'nder the present pro
ceedings the maximum sued for by the
jelty Is $1,000. Mr. Mclnerney, explain
ing the present proceedings after tbe
iapparent delay in Instituting tbe first
suits, paid: "Tearney is an Alderman.
The city didn't like to be placed in the
position of prosecuting one of tbe city
fathers. There are three or four oth
ler explanations, but the people would
!not believe them."
All tbe news all tbe time
BEFORE THE BAR
Tbe only colored man who has ever
appeared in the capacity of an attor
ney before the circuit court in Rock
Island county, was before the bar tbis
morning as the repreuentative of the
petitioners in the Injunction proceed
ings which have occupied the atten
tion of the members of tbe Second
Baptist church, colored, for some two
years or wore past TLo negro attor
ney is S. Joe Brown of Dc-s Moines and
ba represents Rev. R. A. Broyles fac
tion in tbe controversy which follow
ed tbe ousting of Rev. Mr. Broyles. Tl o
court gave him 10 days in which i-j
file an amended bill praying for
Injunction. If he falls to file one tl -t
la not demurrable, the cane is ti .i